Must-watch shows on Viceland | Kwesé

Must-watch shows on Viceland

Must-watch shows on Viceland

06:00 SAST | 11 Aug 2017

For one-of-a-kind comedies, tech-shows and comedy-romance tune in to Viceland (Ch 135).

Motherboard on Viceland (Ch 135), premiers on Monday, 14 August at 21:00 CAT. Enjoy back-to-back episodes on Mondays at 21:00 CAT and 21:25 CAT and explore a fascinating side of the tech world, showing how hi-tech gadgets could create a future both wonderful and terrifying.  

It’s no secret that we rely more and more on tech-gadgets to help with daily functions, like remembering appointments. The future of technology has never looked brighter and Motherboard aims to show us just how bright things could get. Discover how physics can be used and applied to the world around us. Investigate new ways to fight fatal pandemics, like the Zika virus, and glimpse into how artificial body parts – prosthetics – are becoming more accessible and how they will affect humanity. This show also looks at the future of hacking and the methods behind this technological invasion.

Bobby & Harriet Get Married on Viceland (Ch 135), premiers Wednesday, 23 August at 21:00 CAT. This show follows the lives of Bobby Mair and Harriet Kemsley on their journey to getting married and say their I dos. This show promises great laughter as Bobby and Harriet face a few bumps along their love journey. Harriet is feeling the pressure to be the perfect bride and uses dating apps to boost her confidence, while Bobby’s drunk mentor arrives in town for the wedding, reminding Bobby of his notorious past. Will this relationship survive long enough to make it down the aisle, or has this couple bitten off more than they can chew? Tune in to find out.

Brexit Stage Left on Viceland (Ch 135), Tuesdays at 21:50 CAT journeys across four European cities with four comedians as they embark upon a stand-up comedy tour. Jamali Maddix, Fern Brady, Alfie Brown and Sean McCloughlin take part in comedy gigs in each city and at the end of each show hang out at the bar to gauge local opinion. It always interesting to see what happens behind the scenes, as the show covers what happens on the bus to and from the gigs.
How will the others react to Sean possibly exiting the show early? Find out in the next episode of Brexit Stage Left.  

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