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Show Alerts

Updates for show breaks on M-Net channel 101.

13 October 14:16

From Monday 19 June there will be changes to the sitcom and reality slots on M-Net. 

 M-Net 101 Satelite (Monday to Friday) 

Due to the unpredictable duration of the culinary reality series My Kitchen Rules, the show will be coming your way at 18:15 Mondays to Fridays from Monday 19 June. Please be aware that all sitcoms have been scheduled at 17:50 from Monday 19 June onwards.

Kindly reset all recordings.

Please note the schedule changes below.

17:00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show

17:50 Sitcom

18:15 My Kitchen Rules 

M-Net Terrestrial (Monday to Friday)

Due to the unpredictable duration of the culinary reality series My Kitchen Rules, the show will be coming your way at 18:15 Monday to Friday from Monday 19 June. Please be aware that all sitcoms have been scheduled at 16:50, Binneland will be at 17:20 and Suidooster at 17:50 from Monday 19 June onwards. 

Please note the schedule changes below.

16:00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show

16:50 Sitcom

17:20 Binnelanders

18:15 My Kitchen Rules 

 

Production Breaks

Please note that US broadcasters make impromptu scheduling changes as a result of current affairs and events in the country. As M-Net is screening these series close to their U.S. broadcasts, there will be unforeseen changes on our schedules in addition to previously communicated changes. We will keep our viewers updated on our online and social media platforms. 

More About Production Breaks

Popular US series on M-Net continue to entertain viewers. Mirroring US schedules means that people can watch their favourites very close to the US, with no spoilers, no waiting, and within 24 hours of the US airing. While the channels always want our viewers to be on top of the #conversation, there are often annual production breaks in the latter part of the year.  

Production breaks are when viewers’ favourite TV shows take a break on-air in the US: this means there will be no new episodes broadcast on M-Net (ch.101) - not forever, just for a little while.

While there are some exceptions to the rule, the US production breaks usually vary between one and three weeks. When these series’ return to television screens, viewers will once again be able to watch a brand new episode every week. 

Elementary

The Ellen Show

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver

Madam Secretary

Last Man Standing

Twin Peaks 2017

Coming Soon

Prison Break

 

More

NCIS: Los Angeles

Veep

 PLEASE NOTE DATES AND TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.

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