The Voice SA judges injected at least one maroewhana last week!

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Ja-ja, don’t skop a heart attack. We actual legit know how to spell marijuana and that you don’t inject it. We just chose to spreek it uit like a clueless Afrikaans dominee would. Yes, that is in fact how you spell dominee. I know, us Afrikaans okes aren’t lekker. Why are we a distressed dominee this week? Because the judges on The Voice SA made a moerse mistake. Ons is erg beswaard (we are bad sworded) and the okes must maybe rethink how the vaab works and start off with their chairs facing contestants because if you don’t know how to use your ears, you should maybe use your eyes. Kyk hulle in die oë, my ou.
Let’s rather just get to this week’s top ten choice of streaming entertainment in South Africa before we turn into mouth breathing offended old people and pop a head vein.

This week I even wrote a full article in Engels about cowboys and horses and shit. I used up my entire English degree. Like they say in the click-bait headlines: “Number 8 is my favourite”…

 

What look you this weekend? You look at our lekker list, compliments of The Plumlist.

 10#The world is going to end on a Saturday
The much-anticipated screen adaption of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett’s end-of-times, deathly funny book Good Omens is coming to our screen at the end of May.
On Amazon Prime
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 #9 Die Byl, my bru!
Enjoy authentically South African stories? Then add kykNET’s Die Byl to your watchlist. Die Byl follows colonel Piet van der Bijl, a sharp-minded detective dedicated to catching serial killers. (Don’t speak Afrikaans? Don’t stress, there are English subtitles.)
 On Showmax
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#8 Are westerns facing the gallows?
Back in the 50s to mid-70s, TV and cinema were dominated by traditional westerns. Then the genre quietly went to sleep. And you know what? It had to take a nap because westerns were becoming boring and predictable. Also, you should read this, because I wrote it.
 On Showmax
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 #7 Four reasons we’re still obsessed with The Magicians
Season 4 of cult adult fantasy series The Magicians is streaming on Showmax, with new episodes coming express from the US every week. The first three seasons were based on Lev Grossman’s award-winning trilogy of bestselling fantasy novels, dubbed “Harry Potter for grown-ups” by The Guardian.
 On Showmax
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 #6 American Gods!!!
We can’t wait for Season 2 of American Gods. Even this opening scene can’t slake our thirst. Do you hear us, Bilquis? We are thirsty for more!The screen adaption of Neil Gaiman’s best-selling novel has been nothing short of visually spectacular. Season 1 of American Gods ended with war being declared and Mr Wednesday (aka Odin, Glad-of-Way, The Allfather) revealing his true identity to Shadow Moon (Ricky Whittle).
 On Amazon Prime
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 #5 Ingrid Goes West is a vapid hot mess
Some films are so well written, so beautifully shot and so awe-inspiring that only committed contrarians could possibly claim to dislike them. We’re thinking here of the likes of Amélie, Casablanca, and The Shawshank Redemption.
 On Showmax
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 #4 Stan Against Evil
You may recognise John C McGinley from Scrubs; this time he’s cleaning up his quiet New Hampshire town, which is being over-run by demons in this comedy-horror series. Former sheriff Stan Miller must team up with his replacement Evie Barret to do battle with the horde of ghouls that go bump in the night.
 On DSTV Now 
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 #3 Curb Your Enthusiasm klaps season 9 already!
Try as he might, Larry just can’t seem to please those around him. Even simple tasks like firing his assistant or going to the doctor backfire on him. But Larry is his own worst enemy, which is why we all love this show!
 On Showmax
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 #2 The best sci-fi show you’re not watching
Three seasons of The Expanse are now on Amazon Prime, based on the books by Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck. A detective and a ship’s captain investigate the case of a missing woman hundred of years in the future, going on a journey across space as conspiracies and secrets are revealed. 
 On Amazon Prime
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 #1. The Voice SA
With host Anele Mdoda and coaches Riky Rick, Riana Nel, Francois van Coke and Lira, the brand-new season of The Voice SA is not to be missed. Which of the music-star hopefuls will each of the judges choose to be on their team? New episodes land every Sunday on DStv Now, and will be available to stream until 31 July 2019.
 On Dstv Now
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Our randomized trailer pick of the week

Each week we take a number from 1 to 10 from our list of suggestions and put it through a randomizer to choose a trailer to show you. This week we’re so glad that our randomizer came up with this contestant from The Voice SA. Actually it landed on American Gods first, then we rigged the results.

Right about now, we just need to gooi a disclaimer as well – Rob Edeling is actually a close friend of ours here in good old Plakkietoria, but we don’t need all that bias and nepotism to enjoy his performance of uncle Johnny Cash’s Ring Of Fire on The Voice  last week. Judge for yourself. just don’t judge as kak as the judges. You mos have ears?

griffinThe Voice SA judges injected at least one maroewhana last week!

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