Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) service provider, GOtv Nigeria, has unveiled its line-up of programmes for July.
All through the month, subscribers will enjoy some new and returning series, sports, including the ongoing 2018 FIFA World Cup, lifestyle and kiddies’ programmes.
With the world Cup still in progress, GOtv will air the semi-final and final matches live on SuperSport Select 1 (channel 31) and SuperSport Select 4 (channel 34).
Also, on Telemundo (channel 14), hit telenovela, Lord of the Skies, returns on 23 July at 10pm for a second season. The drama also continues every weekday on Blood and Wine at 4pm, The Boss at 8pm and Woman of Steel 3 at 9pm. On Zee World (channel 25), the new series, My Golden Home, will premiere Friday, July 13 at 6pm. The story is based on a sweet, family-orientated and loving young lady called Abha, one of the daughters of a well-known and respected man, Thakur Uday Pratap Singh. Through the tests and challenges of life, Abha always ensures that everything she does reflects positively on not only her, but also the reputation of her family.
Returning this month on Nat Geo Wild (channel 51) with more teeth than ever is SharkFest. Nat Geo Wild’s supersized sixth annual SharkFest premieres Monday, July 16. This year’s SharkFest is the No. 1 destination for factual shark shows, with new behaviours caught on camera in premiere special, 700 Sharks (Tuesday July 17 at 5pm); expert insights on why the world’s most massive shark species congregate in one region called “shark central” off the coast of South Africa in Big Sharks Rule (Wednesday, July 18 at 5pm) and a breakdown of why sharks are the apex oceanic predator in Shark v Tuna (Monday 16 July at 5pm).
With the holidays around the corner, the tweens and teens are not left out on the fun as Nickelodeon (channel 62) brings All Stars: Ordinary People Becoming ‘Super Heroes’. It airs on Saturday, July 28 and Sunday, July 29 at 11:55am.