Six Great Reasons To Watch GOtv This Season

As the year winds down, most of us can look forward to curling up in front of a great show or movie and relax after a hard year. But it can sometimes feel like there’s nothing to watch on TV. Have no fear – you just need to know where to look!

Whether it’s magical movies you want, thought-provoking investigations or something for the kids, GOtv has got you covered.

Here are five great movies and series to keep you entertained this December:

Paranormal Survivor on CBS Reality

Weekends at 7pm and 12:25 from Saturday, 07 December

If you are intrigued by unearthly activity, ghosts and eerie creatures, Paranormal Survivor is a show you don’t want to miss. In this revealing paranormal documentary series, survivors of paranormal experiences recount their terrifying and life-changing stories. Each hour-long episode features three remarkable stories inter-linked by a specific supernatural theme, while professionals in the field give expert insight into these extraordinary events.

Operation Ouch! on Da Vinci Learning

Weekends at 1:30 from Saturday, 21 December 

Hoping to inspire your little ones to pursue a medical career? Introduce them to Operation Ouch! an educational British children’s television series on the human body that provides a sneak-peek into what happens in an accident and emergency department, as well as what doctors sometimes have problems with and great experiments. Gather the young, inquisitive minds and expose them to the world of medical care.

Spud on M-Net Movies Zone

Sunday, 22 December 2019 at 05:30

 Starting High School is a tricky experience, what more going to boarding school away from everyone and everything you know. Catch Spud, a movie adaptation from John van de Ruit’s series of books and follow how an eccentric teacher’s advice helps a 13-year-old boy adjust to his new life at a posh boarding school in South Africa. Definitely a flick the whole family will enjoy together.

The Mask on TNT Africa

Wednesday, 25 December at 2:55 CAT

Enjoy Jim Carrey at his best in his most iconic role of the 90’s. When timid bank clerk, Stanley Ipkiss discovers a magical mask containing the spirit of mischief-making God, Loki – life gets smokin’. While wearing the mask, Ipkiss becomes a supernatural force of fun on the run from both the cops and the mob after robbing a bank and catching the attention of beautiful singer Tina Carlyle, played by Cameron Diaz. The kids will love this one, but so will everyone who loves a good laugh.

Victor and Valentino on Cartoon Network

Weekends at 4:00, 3:00 and 6:20

 Half-brothers Victor and Valentino offer up plenty of laughs in this supernatural adventure comedy for the kids. The duo spends the summer with their grandma in a place called Monte Macabre, a small, mysterious town where the myths and legends of Latin American folklore come to life. Hijinx ensues in this animated caper that will keep the little ones entertained for hours on end.

 The Lion Guard on Disney Junior

Weekdays at 2:30

 Teach your children to love nature with this wild show, in an animation style the adults will recognize from beloved 90s classic The Lion King. Simba and Nyala are back, with a host of new friends, to defend the Pride Lands! Kion, Bunga and the rest of the Guard battle predators and villains to protect their home and preserve the Circle of Life. Apart from an entertaining storyline, this show gives kids important messages on conservation too.

No matter what you’re in the mood for, rest assured that GOtv has you covered. Which is all the more reason to become a subscriber! Simply download the MyGoTV app to manage your account and control your viewing. Happy holidays!