Our top 6 picks for July
Our top 6 picks for July
We at Kwesé TV have made a careful selection of our best TV shows for the month of July. Get Kwesé TV and watch out for thrilling-drama series, informative documentaries and entertaining kids' shows.
Without wasting any more time, here is what you should be watching in the month of July:
Underground - Premieres on Thursday, 13 July at 20:30 CAT on Kwesé Prime (Ch 100). New episodes will air every Thursday at 20:30 CAT
Loosely based on the story of the Underground Railroad in Antebellum Georgia. Underground follows a group of plantation slaves in the 1850s who attempt a daring escape to freedom. A courageous blacksmith hatches a risky plan to travel hundreds of miles via an 'underground railroad'. Starring Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Aldis Hodge and Amirah Vann.
All Hail King Julien - Everyday at 17:30 CAT on DreamWorks (Ch 505). New episodes will air from Friday, 14 July at 17:30 CAT
He's back, he's bootylicious and he's got more baffling moves than ever before. Your favourite party rocking Lemur, King Julien, is on Kwesé TV with brand new episodes this July. Follow along as he attempts to run his Lemur colony, all the while dodging the evil and annoying Uncle King Julien in the hilarious and fun-filled All Hail King Julien.
I Am Bolt - Premieres on Saturday, 15 July at 21:00 CAT on Kwesé Know (Ch 400). Catch the repeats on Sunday, 16 July at 23:30 CAT and Monday, 24 July at 21:30 CAT
This captivating documentary profiles Jamaican athlete Usain Bolt - the fastest man in history. In 2009, in Berlin, Bolt ran an incredible 9.58 seconds for the 100 meters. I Am Bolt follows the sprinting legend as he prepares to go for gold at the 2016 Rio Olympics and stake his claim as one of the greatest athletes of all time.
Shift Africa - Mondays at 19:00 CAT on Kwesé Inc (Ch 405)
In this original Kwesé production you will meet the fresh young minds who are driving social change across Africa. Shift Africa helps you understand the African issues, such as electricity shortages, which motivated these youngsters to adopt new technologies to solve old challenges.
The Seventies - Wednesdays at 20:30 CAT on Kwesé Know (Ch 400)
The Seventies is a must-see documentary series that examines what and who shaped a decade that had such a profound impact on the world's most powerful country, America.
Powers - Fridays at 22:30 CAT on Kwesé Prime (Ch 100)
Before he was stripped of his powers, homicide detective Christian Walker, formerly known as Diamond, was once a superhero with the ability to fly. Now he has been tasked with investigating crimes involving superhuman powers. Will his experience of powers help him solve his cases?
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