Updates for show breaks and changes on M-Net channel 101.
- Season 5 will go on a break after the episode on Saturday 17 February and will return on 30 June.
- Season 1 will go on a one-week production break on Wednesday 13 June at 19:00. New episodes resume on Wednesday 20 June at 19:00.
The Late Late Show with James Corden
- Season 4 will go on a scheduling break from Friday 08 June at 00:30 and will return in August.
Man with a Plan
- Season 2 will be on a scheduling break on Sunday 6 May. The series returns on Sunday 20 May at 16:30 and will go on a scheduling break again. Thereafter it will air Mondays to Fridays from Wednesday 30 May at 16:15, once Kevin Can Wait Season 2 ends in that timeslot.
Me, Myself & I
- Season 1 goes on a broadcast break after the episode on Saturday 6 January 2018.
NCIS: Los Angeles
- Season 9 goes on a break after the episode on 26 April and will return on 21 June.
- Season 3 will go on a break after the epsiode on Monday 2 April.
- Season 5 will go on a break after the episode on Monday 26 March.
- Season 3 will end with two additional bonus episodes (25 & 26), the finale will remain as Wednesday 6 June at 23:05.
- Season 2 will now air on Sunday 10 June at 22:45, replacing the world cinema title. The series finale will thus move from Saturday 16 June to Sunday 10 June.
- Ride Upon The Storm Season 1 has been added to the June schedule and will now start Saturday 16 June at 22:30.
- Silicon Valley season 5 has been removed from the June schedule (from Friday 15 June) and will be moving to August.
- I’m Dying Up Here Season 2 has been removed from the June schedule (from Wednesday 13 June) and will be moving to August. Previous episodes of The Late Late Show with James Corden Season 4 will be aired during this time.
- Jamestown Season 2 has been removed from the June schedule (from Thursday 21 June) and will be moving to August. Previous episodes of The Late Late Show with James Corden Season 4 will be aired during this time.
More About 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.
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.
PLEASE NOTE DATES AND TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.