Tuesday, January 31, 2012
BREAKING. M-Net gets the broadcasting rights to the new drama GCB - but it will only be on the M-Net Series channel.
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I can break the news exclusively that M-Net has secured the broadcasting rights to the brand-new drama, GCB (already referred to as ''the new Desperate Housewives'') - and I can tell you that it will be yet another sparkling new high-buzz show that will not be on the M-Net channel (DStv 101) but which will only be seen on M-Net Series (DStv 110).
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GCB - short for originally Good Christian Bitches, then Good Christian Belles - will only be seen on M-Net Series (therefore no high definition (HD) version for South African viewers) and the first season is set to start in America on 4 March. The starting date of CGB on M-Net Series is not yet clear.
GCB follows Amanda Vaughn (Leslie Bibb) who returns to Dallas with her children after her divorce. She meets up with all of her old high school friends (who all have husbands - and secrets), as well as her mother.