Point Of Order, the 2017 SAFTA winner for Best Game Show, is now streaming on Showmax, with new episodes available weekly.
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It’s SABC and e.tv versus DStv as the future of South Africa’s pay TV market is being hotly contested in a discussion document. It forms part of an inquiry into subscription TV services by broadcast regulator, the Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa). by Charl Blignaut
Interest in Tali’s Wedding Diary, the first Showmax Original, is reaching fever pitch. Promotional videos for the show have generated nearly two million views in less than a month, with the trailer trending on YouTube for the week of its release.
The recent success of DISCOP Johannesburg highlighted the growing international interest in content “made in Africa.” This interest reflects recent research such as the latest IDATE report that shows growth in the in the MEA (Middle East / Africa ) TV market is being driven largely by sub-Saharan Africa, w
The biggest winners from both the Golden Globes nominations and Kenya’s Kalasha International Film and TV Awards are currently streaming on Showmax, further proof that the streaming video service is delivering the best local and international content to African audiences.
e.tv’s prime time weekday soap Scandal!, the red letter free-to-air broadcaster's highest rated show, has reached a new milestone, pulling over 5 million viewers for the first time on 23 November. by Thinus Ferreira
There’s a wealth of local and lekker South African content coming to Showmax this December, from the first Showmax Original to box office hits and award-winning films. These include:
South African pay-TV operator MultiChoice is launching an investigation into allegations of corruption in its dealings with the news channel ANN7. By Rebecca Hawkes
First and only on Showmax from today, The Deuce chronicles that moment in time when sex went from being a back-alley, brown-paper-bag commodity to a billion-dollar industry in America, thanks to both a liberalising revolution in American sexuality and new legal definitions of obscenity.