GOtv offers great entertainment for Yuletide season
In the spirit of Christmas, GOtv is giving its subscribers and their loved ones the gift of unlimited entertainment this holiday season, with an exciting range of local and international channels available to viewers.
Series and movie lovers can catch riveting movies, series and showbiz programming including Guardian of the Throne on December 31, at 6:00pm on Africa Magic Epic on channel 9, weekday viewing of Tinsel on Africa Magic World and Hotel Majestic on Africa Magic Family. M-Net Movie Zone (channel 3) will delight viewers with Hollywood blockbusters like Good Deeds, on December 26, at 5:00pm and Delivery Man, December 29, at 5:15pm.
Also, E! Entertainment (GOtv channel 26) will add a touch of glamour to TV screens with Miss World 2016 on Friday, December 30, at 8pm, the 8-part documentary of Mariah Carey’s Mariah’s World on Sundays at 7pm from 11 December and others.
Young minds will also be entertained and educated through GOtv’s wide array of kiddies programming this holiday including Doc McStuffins: Toy Hospital, Mondays to Fridays at 10:00am from 5th December on Disney Jnr channel 60, SpongeBob Square Pants, Mondays at 1:45pm from the 12th of December & a triple bill of the TV show at 08:35am on Nickelodeon channel 62.
Football fans can also look forward to an exciting festive season as the world’s top football teams vie to scoop the trophies of the best leagues. GOtv sports fans can catch selected matches of the Premier League including Manchester United vs Middlesbrough on 31st December at 4:00pm on SuperSport Select 2, GOtv channel 32, the UEFA Champions League on SuperSport Select, GOtv channel 31 and local football and sporting events on SuperSport 9.
“During this festive season, we will keep GOtv subscribers glued to their screens by delivering the shows that they love into their hands and their living rooms – whether it’s local telenovelas, world class sport or global blockbusters,” said John Ugbe, Managing Director, MultiChoice Nigeria.
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