We’ve the a quick recap of the shows that you must-not be missing out on this month! Award season is here too, so you can’t want to miss that right? New seasons, new shows… it’s all get more interesting as time goes by!
Countdown to the Red Carpet: The 2013 Golden Globe Awards | Premieres Monday, January 14th @ 6am | E! (Astro Channel 712)
Be at the center of the action before the stars even step on the red carpet. Savor the juicy gossip and tantalizing sneak peeks into one of the biggest events in the Hollywood social calendar.
Live from the Red Carpet: The 2013 Golden Globe Awards | Premieres Monday, January 14th @ 7am |E! (Astro Channel 712)
This is the moment we’ve all been waiting for: the first red-carpet entrance of the season. When Hollywood’s most beautiful faces and most coveted fashions finally arrive on the scene, E!’s correspondents Giuliana Rancic and Ryan Seacrest are on the ground to bring you every single glamorous detail.
E! After Party: The 2013 Golden Globe Awards | Premieres Monday, January 14th @ 12pm | E! (Astro Channel 712)
When the lights in the theater go off, the party scene switches on. With an elite guest list that includes the night’s biggest winners, E! invites you to the hottest, most star-studded after party in town. Good times and gorgeous people guaranteed.
Covert Affairs Season 3 | Premieres 16 Janary, Wednesday @ 8pm | DIVA Channel (Astro Channel 702)
All seems well when CIA operative Annie and Ben return to Washington DC… but not for long. Ben disappears, leaving Annie to sniff out the clues of an increasingly complex mystery. But distraction comes in the form of a reunion with a suave Mossad agent from her past—in romantic Paris, no less. And when an undercover operation brings Annie back to CIA training at The Farm, she must keep her competitive streak from blowing her cover and putting a sensitive mission at risk.
Grimm Season 1 | Every Tuesdays @ 8pm | E! (Astro Channel 712)
Get your fairytale inspired mystery series Grimm on with two back-to-back episodes in its new time slot this month. Portland homicide detective Nick and his partner Hank set out to solve a robbery-homicide involving a handful of cursed coins, but Nick finds more than he bargains for when he learns the truth about a family secret. Romance fizzles for Nick when his plans for a romantic weekend with Juliette are ruined by a case… but sizzles for Hank, who is seduced by the hexenbiest Adalind. Nick’s secret identity slowly begins unravel when Juliette witnesses a murder by a wesen, and Hank starts to suspect that there’s more to Nick than meets the eye. Can Nick keep his dark, Grimm world under wraps before it swallows up his nearest and dearest?
A New Age of Exploration | 12 January 2013 at 10pm | National Geographic Channel (Astro Ch 553)
Like characters from science fiction, humans are shattering boundaries long considered unbreakable. We are exploring the deepest, darkest regions of the planet as well as the edges of the known Universe. We’re morphing with machines and eradicating disease. Meet the trailblazers who are working on the unexplored frontiers of exploration and innovation. Join Dr.Gary Kobinger as he battles the world’s deadliest viruses and designs a blueprint for stopping the next pandemic. Experience an incredible odyssey that reveals that superhuman abilities lie not just in strength or intelligence but in the dogged determination of the human spirit to continually seek the next frontier.
TITANIC: The Final Word with James Cameron | 12 January 2013 at 11pm | National Geographic Channel (Astro Ch 553)
Oscar-winning filmmaker and National Geographic Explorer-In-Residence James Cameron leads the ultimate cold-case investigation into the legendary tragedy that claimed more than 1,500 lives. Combining remarkable underwater footage from Cameron’s 30+ dives to the wreck, historical records, eyewitness accounts and scenes from Cameron’s 1997 feature film, a team of the world’s foremost Titanic experts tries to answer the baffling questions that still surround how and why this supposedly “unsinkable” ship sank. How exactly did the ship break up? Why is one section of the ship so far away from the rest of the wreck? How long did the lights really stay on? And what could the ship’s crew have done to save more passengers? Cameron and his team of forensic experts throw everything they have at a tragedy that still intrigues and fascinates a century later.
The Human Family Tree | 19 January 2013 at 10pm | National Geographic Channel (Astro Ch 553)
Regardless of race, country or creed, we can all trace our genetic lineage back some 60,000 years ago to the cradle of humanity in east Africa. But how did we get to where we are today and what did our collective journey look like? When did we really first cross paths with the “strangers” living in our neighbourhood? Join the Genographic team as they take random DNA samples from 200 New Yorkers to trace the ancestral footsteps of humanity and reveal just how inter-connected they really are. Using a selection of people from various walks of life, including a waitress, a teacher, a fashion designer, a councilman, a musician, an actor and a mother, find out how this seemingly disparate group of people are actually members of the same family tree.
The Two Million Year Old Boy | 26 January 2013 at 11pm | National Geographic Channel (Astro Ch 553)
A nine-year-old boy makes one of the greatest fossil finds of all time, stumbling onto the two- million-year-old skeleton of a pre-human boy, and throwing everything we thought we knew about our own origins up in the air. Dated to just under two million years the creature would have lived at a key moment in time…one shrouded in mystery. It is one of the biggest gaps in humankind’s evolutionary timeline – the moment when scientists believe hominids were leaving their apelike attributes behind…creatures with one foot in the animal world and one in the human radically jumble the conservative field of palaeoanthropology. Now, one controversial man at the centre of it all fights for a new way of doing science and proves that the spirit of discovery lives on. As we explore the mystery of how a newly-discovered pre-human species lived and died, we may begin to answer the ultimate question of how we became human.
Oprah Winfrey and Lance Armstrong: A Worldwide Exclusive | Friday, January 18 @ 10:00 a.m. on Discovery Channel (Astro Channel 551) and 10:00 a.m. TLC (Astro Channel 707)
Oprah Winfreywill speak exclusively with Lance Armstrong in his first no-holds-barred interview, “Oprah Winfrey and Lance Armstrong: A Worldwide Exclusive.” Armstrong will address the alleged doping scandal, years of accusations of cheating, and charges of lying about the use of performance-enhancing drugs throughout his storied cycling career.
Fashion Police: The 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards | Premieres Friday, 18 January @ 8pm on E! (Astro Channel 712).
On E!, a complete analysis of all the fashion do’s and don’ts from this year’s ceremony will be featured in the one-hour special,Fashion Police: The 2013 Golden Globes. Comedy icon Joan Rivers presents her notorious critiques and no-holds-barred commentary alongside her outspoken Fashion Police panel consisting of Kelly Osbourne, Giuliana Rancic and George Kotsiopoulos.