Against this exciting backdrop of receiving two SAFTA nominations, StarSat is proud to present Point of Order, Season 2, launching on Saturday 1st April on ST One, channel 120.
Point of Order is a comedy panel show based on the controversies within the South African parliament, hosted by Madam Speaker, the brilliant Tumi Morake. The show allows for SA’s top comedians to introduce important and vital new laws, like singing in the shower, should feature 90% local content, and gives special guests a chance to talk… well politics, almost like real MP’s do – perhaps with only a little more sensibility. Above all they want to win the favour of Madam Speaker, who rules over the Government and Opposition benches.
With just one season to its name the nominations in the “Best Game Show” and “Best Presenter” categories are an honour for StarSat.
Commenting on the nominations, Head of Content at StarSat, David Makubyane said, “We are very excited to have these premium shows on the StarSat platform. The calibre of both these shows sets StarSat apart in the comedy category. Given their popularity, we are confident that they will bring home the coveted awards.”
Comedy is in the house…
StarSat on Saturday nights on ST One, with Point of Order and Puppet Nation being part of the entertainment. The shows are broadcast on ST One, channel 120 at 20:30 and 21:00 respectively.
Point of Order Nominations are for Best TV Presenter, Tumi Morake, and Best Game Show.
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