Feeling good! Feeling positive! Overdose on some Schalk Bezuidenhout this weekend!

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Who carried you through the darkest days during South Africa’s lockdown due to the coronavirus? The answer should be a resounding “Schalk Bezuidenhout”, the only South African who really knows on which day of which level of the fokken lockdown we are currently finding ourselves on. Go have some fun and catch up on some videos you might have missed over on his Facebook page.

Here is the latest one byvoorbeeld, mense:

Feeling good? Feeling positive? Want some more? We found a fuck ton more of Schalkie goodness. Really, there is a LOT! If lockdown had to start all over at level 5 again, you would have to watch all Schalk’s stuff back to  back without taking a pee break!

There is Schalk Bezuidenhout: Schalkie his third English one-man show where he pokes fun at himself with stories from his life.  The same goes for  Schalk Bezuidenhout – Volksbesit where he also pokes fun at South Africans. You would also find solace in Schalk Bezuidenhout: Snorseun. With Schalk Bezuidenhout – Second Language he explores his really conservative upbringing in Kempton Park, JHB with his current liberal outlook on life. In Schalk Bezuidenhout – Lewendig, this comedian with the curly hair and trademark sweaters, presents his first Afrikaans stand-up show. He makes jokes about everything from relationships to school rugby, Afrikaans radio, a very intimate magazine and a popular soapie.

A bunch of live shows and collabs to look forward to such as:

CC Presents: Schalk Bezuidenhout Live at Parker’s
which is his one-man show at Montecasino;
The Live Series: National Comics Party  an election themed stand-up comedy special featuring him alongside funny okes such as Jason Goliath, Chester Missing and Skhumba Hlophe;
The Live Series: A White Christmas 2 where you can see him alongside some of South Africa’s jolliest comedians in this one-night comedy special. Guys such as Mojak Lehoko, Glen Biderman-Pam and Robby Collins.
Skerpskerts – a 2016 Aardklop Comedy Festival special with Schalk and another two tjommies, Melt Sieberhagen and Hannes Brummer

There are two prominent TV shows featuring Schalkie:
Die Ware Naarheid met Schalk Bezuidenhout
is a kind of John Oliver-esque take on the news stories doing the rounds in SA but with its own flavor – Schalk as “news” anchor is accompanied by co-presenters, Bibi Slippers and Ernst Grundling. The show is filmed in front of a live audience in Joburg and there is also a special famous guest with every episode. You have 26 episodes to look forward to!

Hotel
This epic series is already 4 seasons in at 13 episodes per season and they’re not slowing down! Word on the street is that they’re filming season 5 early in 2021! Hotel is a mocumentary about what really happends in a rural boutique hotel. Ferdie Kruger is the manager of the Fransenburg. The Lourier hotel group buys this rough diamond and sends it to Thomas from head office, to monitor the transition. Check out this interview which we did with the cast just over 2 years ago.

Kanarie
See a different side of Schalk Bezuidenhout as he showcases his dancing and singing skills in this coming-of-age musical war drama about a small town boy who gets chosen to serve his compulsory two year military training in the South African Defence Force Choir and Concert group- known as the “Canaries”- during the height of the Apartheid regime.

Need more? Check out our top 10 list of movies and TV series picks from the Plumlist. It is my to-go-to website when I’m stuck for streaming ideas:
#10. Five eye-opening series and movies about abolitionism
The slave trade has been around for millennia, from the building of the Great Pyramids right up to the 21st Century. It’s a terrifying business, one where lives are bought, sold and traded into lives of hard labour.
On Amazon Prime, DStv, Netflix & Showmax
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# 9. Six fiery foodie picks for the South African summer
Before we begin, let’s get a few things clear. In America, they barbecue. They use big ol’ smokers and entire carcasses, and even at home they have enormous gas grills that are little more than outside ovens, full of knobs and buttons – not a proper coal in sight – on which they like to cook frankfurters and burger patties, if the movies are to be believed.
On Netflix & Showmax
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#8 The Nightingale refuses to shy away from the brutality of colonialism
Jennifer Kent is the writer-director who brought us the chilling psychological horror thriller The Babadook. While modest, this excellent film demonstrated the filmmaker’s ability to expand the underlying vision of her promising short film into a full expression.
On Showmax
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 #7 Watch: the trailer for action movie Rogue, coming to Showmax soon
If you think of Megan Fox as just a Hollywood sex symbol, think again: in Rogue, she returns to her action roots – after all, she first smashed her way onto our screens as Mikaela Banes in the first two Transformers movies (stream them here and here on Showmax). But this time, the enemies are sci-fi robots, but all-too-real threats from our here and now.
On Showmax
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#6 First look: His Dark Materials Season 2
HBO’s His Dark Materials is an adaptation of Philip Pullman’s award-winning trilogy about the orphaned Lyra, a seemingly ordinary but brave young woman from another world. Her search for a kidnapped friend uncovers a sinister plot involving stolen children, and becomes a quest to understand a mysterious phenomenon called Dust.
On Showmax
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 #5 Your first look at HBO’s Industry, landing in SA in December
Acast of American and British newcomers star as a diverse group of interns who are entering the finance industry during the recession that followed the 2008 financial crisis. They work hard and party harder, all the while getting to grips with the harsh realities of the world of investment, and life as an adult.
On Showmax 
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 4# Four nostalgic hits on Showmax and Netflix to take you back to the future
If you grew up before the rise of cellphones and the Internet, you’ll remember a time before technology intersected with every waking moment. This was an age when a phone was something you left plugged into the wall at home, movie night involved travel, you had to watch whatever was on television and visit a library to fudge your essay’s bibliography.d.
On Netflix & Showmax
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 #3 The Loudest Voice shows us that the creepiest villains are based on real people
Based on the book The Loudest Voice In The Room by Gabriel Sherman, this is the story of Roger Ailes, the man who advised Republican politicians – all the way to White House level – and created Fox News, the conservative-slanting pay television channel.
On Showmax
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 #2 Tali’s Baby Diary is officially on the way! Shooting starts in Cape Town
What is happeninnngggg?!
Shooting is finally underway in Cape Town on Tali’s Baby Diary, the long-awaited sequel to the first ever Showmax Original. Talibabes is due – yes, that kind of due – in March 2021.
 On Showmax
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 #1 The Story of Racheltjie de Beer: we all know how it ends
In its most basic form, the storyline goes as follows: It is somewhere in the 1800s and the De Beer family (Racheltjie, her dad, her little brother and a calf named Frikkie) are traveling alone by ox wagon when it breaks down in the eastern Free State. They seek shelter at a local farm house. It happens to be one of the worst winters in five decades, and dark, snow-laden clouds roll in over the Drakensberg mountain range. Tragedy strikes when Frikkie goes AWOL. And we all know Racheltjie’s fate.
On Showmax
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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 it landed on our number 1 spot, The Story of Racheltjie de Beer: we all know how it ends
You are going to cry your eyeballs out:
When their wagon breaks down, the de Beer family is forced to find shelter on a local farm in the Eastern Free State. Winter has arrived, and as dark clouds laden with snow start to roll in over the Drakensberg mountains, tragedy strikes.

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griffinFeeling good! Feeling positive! Overdose on some Schalk Bezuidenhout this weekend!