Dis naweek, kom ons fokken duik!

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Bruna-Lima se boude blyk blerrie mooi te wees…

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Stream these 7 doccies to round off the perfect lazy ASMR-type Sunday

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Our top 10 weekly selection of DSTV Now | Showmax | YouTube | Netflix | Amazon Prime

It is basically full-blown summer in South Africa right now which means that a lot of us will braai and kuier kakhard on Saturdays and spend our Sundays on the couch, crying and nursing a groot babelaas and not moving a lot. This normally happens in front of the TV with the aircon blasting. The best way to relax with a groot kop is with ASMR-type TV. What is ASMR? It  is a relaxing, often sedative sensation that begins on the scalp and moves down the body. Also known as a “brain massage” and it is triggered by placid sights and sounds such as whispers, accents, and crackles.  It is basically Sir David Attenborough’s voice soothing you to sleep. We’ve come across 7 doccies which will relax your fokken boude. The first three are only available until next Saturday, so maybe start with them first.

Earth’s Great Rivers
(Last chance – 31 October)
No-brainer alert: All the great rivers are the main arteries planet earth. It is what keeps us thankless humans alive. Experience breathtaking shots of animals and landscapes along these rivers from sources to sea. The latest and greatest camera technology make life and nature alongside the great waterways around the globe come alive. Discover the extraordinary animals, astonishing landscapes and remarkable people found alongside the Amazon, Mississippi and Nile rivers.

Attenborough – 60 Years In The Wild
(Last chance – 31 October)
This series was released 8 years ago, which means that Natural historian, Sir David Attenborough was 86 at the time. He is still taking names and kicking ass at the ripe age of 94! In this three part series of very personal films, Attenborough looks at the changes to the natural world he has witnessed over his 60-year career (you can add another decade to this now). It is 175 minutes which covers an extraordinary person’s extraordinary career and it is incredibly informative. Everyone should watch this and try to be at least 0.4% of a better person. That would still be a win for the old omie.
Spy In The Wild
(Last chance – 31 October)

Spy in the Wild infiltrates the animal world using animatronic creatures and hidden cameras disguised as everything from eggs to dung balls. These give us some of the closest-ever views of animal friendships, love and mischief.  More than 30 animatronic spy cameras were disguised as animals to secretly record behavior in the wild. The series captures rarely seen behavior that reveals how animals possess emotions and behavior similar to humans – including the capacity to love, grieve, deceive and invent. Brilliant stuff.

If you missed anything worthy from the past weekend’s sports action, What a Weekend has you covered as it is the best sports recap program to bring you up to speed within a minute episode each Monday. It covers international and local rugby,  everything soccer (again, both locally and internationally), cricket in all its iterations and incarnations, super bikes, super cars, moto GP, F1,  mountain biking, running and athletics, squash, tennis, netball, golf. What did I miss? Oh ja, there is horse racing and UFC as well. This the perfect program for the avid sports fan as well as people like myself who can’t sit down to watch an entire rugby match but would nonetheless keep up to date with the news so I don’t come across as a total tit as the next social distanced braai. What a Weekend is very reminiscent of the Gillette World Sport Special from back in the day. Remember those?

Chasing the Sun
You might have come across this on DStv right before you want to slit your wrists watching Carte Blanche. If you don’t have DStv, you can luckily catch it on Showmax. This is a 5-part series which takes a behind-the-scenes look into the Springboks’ 2019 Rugby World Cup triumph. All 5 episodes will be available to binge from 6pm on Monday 2 November. This is some inspiring stuff. In fact, ask your boss to stream it at work every Friday while you sneak a beer or two. It is good for team building and team building is good for South Africa. This is what we need right now.
Explore some of the most puzzling phenomena in our universe in this fascinating show that tackles head scratching topics from gravity, the Pyramids, black holes, ancient builders, why we dream to the more morbid conversations such as the limits of the human lifespan. Quick little 7minute episodes. You can learn all about human migration and underwater worlds while you take your morning poo.
Season 8 of Game of Thrones was like the debate about that dress begin  blue or gold. People are still fighting about it. Go behind the scenes of Season 8 where the directors give their in-depth take on each episode. Check out the magic and mastery that goes into making each amazing scene and then go watch the ending of the final episode again so you can reboot those WhatsApp fights or arguments around the braai.

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. Telenovelas, soaps and sepies to stream in South Africa
Okay, first things first: soap operas and sepies are identical – except soapies are in any one of 10 of the official 11 languages of South Africa (English, Ndebele, Northern Sotho, Southern Sotho, Swati, Tsonga, Tswana, Venda, Xhosa or Zulu), while sepies are in Afrikaans (the 11th of the official languages).
On Showmax
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# 9. Five local music doccies to stream for a live-concert vibe at home
For the past 14 years, October has been the month of Rocking the Daisies, set in Darling amid the spring flowers. While this year’s epic music is no doubt missed, there’s nothing stopping fans from picking some daisies, setting up a tent in your living room and taking the festival experience virtual on Showmax with these Rocking the Daisies headline acts.
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#8 If you liked Cobra Kai, stream these martial-arts picks
The latest entry in the Karate Kid franchise is built on nostalgia: 30 years after their epic rivalry first kicked off, Johnny and Daniel come face to face again, this time without the guidance of Mr Miyagi, when Johnny decides to reopen the Cobra Kai dojo. Johnny and Daniel train up a whole new generation of Karate Kids to compete in their own version of the All Valley Karate Tournament.
On Netflix & Showmax
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 #7 New Showmax Original, the Afrikaans murder mystery Skemerdans, now in production
In the upcoming Showmax Original, filmed at the iconic Galaxy nightclub in Cape Town, Glenn Fortune, the owner of The Oasis jazz club, is murdered in cold blood. As soon as he’s out of the picture, the club becomes the centre of a power struggle between two brothers, a scorned widow and an organised crime syndicate.
On Showmax  
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#6 The Train of Salt & Sugar is an African cross-country adventure with powerful social themes
The Train of Salt & Sugar made history as the first Oscar foreign-language entrant for Mozambique. A landmark film for the country, it is laden with historical significance and set during the Mozambican Civil War. The African conflict spanned 15 years as armed rebels restricted the free flow of basic commodities such as sugar, which became precious enough for civilians to risk their lives, travelling hundreds of miles by rail in order to trade salt for sugar in Malawi.
On Showmax
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 #5 Halloween horror kicks off with the Haunting of Bly Manor
Being Halloween month, the supply and demand of spooky entertainment is at its annual peak. We, as viewers of streaming television, demand to be terrified – within the safe comfortable space of our own homes, of course.
On Netflix 
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 4# This stylish series is “the most fun you can have watching chess”
It gives me enormous pleasure to inform you that The Queen’s Gambit is quite possibly the best thing to happen this year. I say “possibly” because it’s been a frightfully long year and it’s hard to believe it also contained Tiger King, which feels like a lifetime ago. There may have been some equally excellent shows or movies in 2020 but for the life of me, I cannot name a single one at this moment as all pales in comparison.
On Netflix 
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 #3 HBO’s Euphoria to return with two special episodes in December 2020
Zendaya just announced on Twitter that her Emmy-winning HBO drama series Euphoria will return with two special episodes in December 2020. The first, Trouble Don’t Last Always, will debut on Monday, 7 December 2020 on Showmax.
On Showmax
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 #2 The most revealing interviews in Chasing the Sun so far
SuperSport’s five-part documentary about the Springboks’ momentous journey to winning the 2019 Rugby World Cup is personal, poignant and sensitively told. Interviews with players and crew have shown a candour and depth of emotion linked to both their on- and off-field experiences in Japan last year.
 On DStv Now & Showmax
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 #1 Where to find Mzansi’s meanest mothers
International soap operas may think that they set the standard when it comes to mean moms – like Bold & Beautiful’s Stephanie Forrester, who repeatedly called Brooke “that whore from the Valley” – but they’ve got nothing on Mzansi’s meanest mothers.
On DStv Now & 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 2 spot, Halloween horror kicks off with The Haunting of Bly Manor” – my wife wanted to watch it earlier this week and I was like “Fuck no! We have to watch it during the day, I can’t watch scary shit at night!”

From the producers of The Haunting of Hill House comes a new ghost story. The Haunting of Bly Manor arrives October 9th, only on Netflix. The Haunting of Bly Manor stars Victoria Pedretti, Henry Thomas, Oliver Jackson-Cohen, Kate Siegel, T’Nia Miller, Rahul Kohli, Benjamin Evan Ainsworth, Amelie Smith and Amelia Eve.

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Bruna Lima – Woensdag se Warm Bokkie

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So kom ons kyk dan nou maar vir iemand wat ‘n lewe maak uit mense wat vir haar kyk…

Bruna Rangel Lima is ‘n fitness model en photo blogger wat probably beteken dat sy uithang op Instagram. Sy is oorspronklik van Brazil maar woon nou in Miami,  Florida en het haar eie swimsuit range genaamd Brukini wat fokken weird klink as mens Afrikaans is. Dit klink soos ‘n swembroek vir dudes wat die knop wil aksensueer: “Hey Gawie, check my nuwe Broekienie wat ek vir Hermanus se matriek rage by Pick n Pay Clothing gekoop het. Kyk hoe lekker sit my piel in hom!”

Anyway, jy kan Bruna op Instagram (4.1m), Facebook (amper 1m) en TikTok (4.4m) uitcheck. Tensy jy in Amerika bly, want Trump gaan TikTok mos probeer toemaak omday hy ‘n fokken baba is.

 

@xoobrunaIssa look👽 ##fyp ##GetTheLook♬ STAN LIZ SANCHEZ 4 CLEAR SKIN RNNNNN – L I Z S A N C H E Z


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Neil Sandilands – Wat de Vloekwoord

In Pot Kak Podcasts, Wat de vloekwoord deur griffinRek jou bek

As jy iemand is wat op Watkykjy uithang en ter selfde tyd interessante podcasts smaak, gaan jy hierdie een erg like. Dit gaan oor vloek en dit is legit vir proper navoringsdoeleindes. Prof. Gerhard Van Huysteen is ‘n taaldosent aan die Noordwes-Universiteit en doen so bietjie research oor hoekom mense vloek. Om die konsep van vloek bietjie beter te verstaan, slat uit by www.vloek.co.za waar daar ook sommer ‘n vloekmeter is wat check hoe dikwels ‘n vloekwoord om jou voorkom, hoe groot stok jy in jou hol het oor vloekwoorde en of dit byvoorbeeld meer deur mans of vroue gepleeg word.

Loer hom hierso om op jou gunsteling podcast platform te luister of kap die Watkykjy-standaard: ons embed sover ons kan, altyd Spotify want dit lyk beter en dit share makliker.

In die nuutste episode gesels taalkundige, Professor Gerhard Van Huyssteen so bietjie met ‘n Afrikaanse bra van Hollywood  – Neil Sandilands. Naas Charlize Theron is Neil probably die bekendste Suid-Afrikaanse akteur wat dit groot geslaan het in Amerika. 7de Laan fans sal hom ken as Bart, hy was Zatopek in Orion maar meer onlangs sou jy hom op Netflix en Showmax gesien het in super evil rolle in The 100 en The Flash. Hy is tans in New Zealand waar hy in ‘n movie act saam met Tom Hanks. Hy het ook gedurende die strengste level van lockdown een van die mees epic Afrikaanse tunes geskryf en ‘n music video daarvoor gemaak – Die Ballade van Frik & Dot, oftewel, “Goue Graal”.  Ons gooi die video sommer weer hieronder die podcast in case jy dit nog nie gesien het nie. In hierdie podcast episode gesels Neil met Prof Van Huyssteen oor sy lewe in Hollywood, cancel culture en natuurlik vloek in Afrikaans.

Dis ‘n fokken lekker enetjie:

The 100 – “Stealing Fire” Pictured (L-R): Neil Sandilands as Titus and Rhiannon Fish as Ontari

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