#BingeWatchWithBae and DStv Now this Valentine’s Day
Whether you’re head over heels for the month of love, or feeling a little Meh! about the commercialisation of your heart, it doesn’t really matter, because good TV.
You can #BingeWatchWithBae or hurl abuse at all the romance – DStv Now has your first and second bases covered.
Read on and figure out what to watch when you’re all loved up. Or single. Or looking. Or hell no, never again.
For the #Bromantics we’ve compiled a list of Shows for Bros
Translation: Guys, you need to make a romantic gesture to keep your bae happy, but you also need to keep your sanity. This is TV for errrbody.
1. Unmarried – this is not just a word that describes you, it’s also the title of a brand-new series on 1Magic. It’s hot, local and irreverent. Also, you might just recognize your better half in the strong female characters portrayed by Renate Stuurman and Thembisa Mdoda.
2. This Is Us Season 2 - The first season took series lovers by storm with the emotional story-telling and the intense plot twist. In Season 2, the family bonding continues despite life getting in the way. Start watching online now.
3. The Break Up, featuring Jennifer Aniston and Vince Vaughn, is a classic that speaks to any Valentine’s Day mood. Just sit back and decide whose side you’re on. DStv Premium customers get Showmax at no extra cost, go ahead and get yours.
For the anti-romantics, there’s always Catch Up to keep you company on DStv Now.
And what could be better than keeping company with Sylvester Stallone on the worst day of the year ever. Kick a$$ and take names this V-Day with a Rambo trilogy.
If packing that much action is not vibing with you, get back to nature, and to the original bae - Sir Richard Attenborough. Blue Planet II is everything. The docu-series on BBC Earth gives you incredible, high-def access to our oceans and the abundant life within. There are two full episodes available to watch online on DStv Now. Do it, it’s life changing.