e.tv’s weekday schedule has been revamped to bring viewers more of what they love: reality court shows, talk shows, soapies, news, local drama and international series, from Monday 15 January 2018.
The feisty Judge Judy makes a welcome return to e.tv at 4:30PM, followed by the ever-popular Steve Harvey Show at 5PM. Days Of Our Lives kicks off a 2-hour soapie bonanza at 6PM, followed by award-winning local shows Rhythm City and Scandal!, which will air at 7PM and 7:30PM, respectively. eNews with Sally Burdett follows at 8PM and local drama fans will get a double dose of Easy Money on Mondays and Tuesdays at 9:30PM.
Crime drama, Shades Of Blue – starring Jennifer Lopez – makes its debut on Monday 15 January at 8:30PM. Season 3 of Chicago PD will start on Tuesday 16 January at 8:30PM, with The Blacklist returning for its second season on Wednesday 17 January at 8:30PM. 50 Cent’s thrilling crime drama, Power, premieres directly afterwards, at 9:30PM on Wednesday 17 January.
Broken Vows will shift to eExtra on OpenView HD (Channel 105) and DStv (Channel 195) every weekday at 6PM from Monday 15 January 2018, offering viewers more local drama on the channel. Broken Vows is also available on eOnDemand on www.etv.co.za any time, any day and e.tv viewers can still watch an omnibus of the show on Saturdays at 11:20AM
“Over the last 20 years, e.tv’s constant innovation has made the channel a firm favourite in the free-to-air television landscape,” says Marlon Davids, MD of e.tv. “Our new programming line-up demonstrates our commitment to meeting the needs of our audiences. They can look forward to more of the highest quality local programming, alongside world-renowned international content, this year”.