Cindy Swanepoel takes the cake in her first Showmax Original
Showmax Original Koek is an Afrikaans crime comedy about a Cape Town housewife who is inadvertently plunged into the criminal underworld.
A despondent housewife, convinced her husband is having an affair, is inadvertently thrust into the underbelly of a crime syndicate.
Red Ink episode 4 recap: Seeing double
In episode 4 of Red Ink, Lucy gets an offer from Patricia’s family and later, at KK’s party, she comes face to face with a shocking reveal. New episodes every Tuesday on Showmax.
Bonko Khoza on playing a serial killer in Red Ink
SAFTA winner Bonko Khoza talks about his role as Napoleon Dingiswayo aka The Butcher in the Showmax drama series Red Ink.
Alert: Missing Persons Unit S1
After her son goes missing, Nikki Batista joins the Philadelphia Missing Persons Unit, helping find people’s loved ones.
Red Ink episodes 1-3 recap: Lucy meets The Butcher
In the first three episodes of Red Ink, Lucy comes face to face with a serial killer, and her life takes a dramatic turn. New episodes every Tuesday on Showmax.
An engrossing anthology courtroom drama based on the acclaimed BBC crime series. Each episode follows a new defendant as they await their verdict, while flashbacks reveal how they ended up in court.
The Rookie S1-5
The oldest rookie in the LAPD uses his life experience, determination and sense of humour to keep up with colleagues 20 years his junior.
Red Ink: Nqobile Nunu Khumalo on her role as Lucy
SAFTA nominee Nqobile Nunu Khumalo talks about her lead role in the Showmax Original series Red Ink, now streaming on Showmax. New episodes land every Tuesday.
Must-watch trailer: everyone wants a stukkie of Showmax’s Koek
SAFTA and Silwerskerm winner Cindy Swanepoel stars in her first Showmax Original, Koek. Crime comedy premieres 29 February, with new episodes on Thursdays.
Follow Roger Brown, a corporate headhunter who has lied and manipulated his way to success in this Norwegian thriller.
The cast and characters of Red Ink
Nunu Khumalo and Bonko Khoza lead Angela Makholwa-Moabelo’s adaptation of her novel in the Showmax Original Red Ink.
Game of Thrones star on playing SA’s first ever serial-killer profiler
Charlotte Hope discusses her role as Micki Pistorius, SA’s first ever serial-killer profiler in Catch Me A Killer. New episodes every Wednesday.
Found follows recovery specialist Gabi Mosely as she and her team work tirelessly to find missing people forgotten by the system.
Catch Me A Killer S1
A thriller based on the book of the same name, Catch Me a Killer tells the harrowing true story of psychological profiler Micki Pistorius.
“Suspense gives me a thrill” – Angela Makholwa on Red Ink
Author Angela Makholwa-Moabelo talks about the Showmax Original adaptation of her debut novel Red Ink, now streaming on Showmax.
Catch Me A Killer: Charlotte Hope plays Micki Pistorius, South Africa’s first serial-killer profiler
See the trailer for Catch Me A Killer, a true story about South Africa’s first serial-killer profiler. Now streaming on Showmax.
Libby, Are You Home Yet?
This award-winning true-crime British series tells the story of a 21-year-old who was sent home alone in a taxi, from a nightclub – but never arrived.
Watch the trailer: Showmax Original adaptation of Red Ink
From 12 February, stream the Showmax adaptation of Angela Makholwa’s Red Ink, with Nqobile Nunu Khumalo and Bonko Khoza.
“It’s going to keep people on the edge of their seats” – Jane de Wet on Trompoppie
SAFTA nominee Jane de Wet talks about her latest role as Valerie in drama series Trompoppie. New episodes land every Thursday on Showmax.
The devil is in the details: how Charlie plays her cards in Poker Face
Natasha Lyonne is killing it in new mystery series Poker Face: here are some clues on how the perfect crime buster was created.
Poker Face S1
Natasha Lyonne plays a woman who can tell when people lie, and gets herself involved in crimes she can’t help but investigate and solve.
Behind-the-scenes on British crime series Blue Lights on Showmax
Come for a ride-along with Blue Lights’ writers, Declan Lawn and Adam Patterson, and actress Siân Brooke, who plays 41-year-old trainee cop, Grace.
Blue Lights S1
Rookie police officers Grace, Tommy and Annie tackle criminal gangs, undercover agents and their own communities in Belfast, Northern Ireland.