beTV this September: Cupcake Wars, Teen Wolf, Supernatural, How to be a Gentleman, Men at Work & Sweet Home Alabama!
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Eat. Enjoy your favorite cupcake while watching delicious battles on Cupcake Wars! Four top cupcake makers face-off in three elimination challenges until only one remains and wins the sweet prize of $10,000 plus the yummy opportunity to showcase their cupcakes at an event!
Prey. Experience the full force of tension and anxiety as Teen Wolf (season 3) and Supernatural (season 8) quenches your thirst for forces beyond understanding. Be taken to the edge of your seats by the fiercest battles of the paranormal kinds on beTV!
Love. Returning to the dating scene is never easy, but we could all learn a thing or two from three shows that are airing on beTV this September.
Laugh out loud as two former high school classmates Andrew Carlson (David Hornsby) and Bert Lansing (Kevin Dillon) show you how to get it going with women on How to be a Gentleman. Then there’s single brotha Milo (Danny Masterson) from Men at Work (season 2) who’s getting tips from his three friends about moving on and finding a new love. Finally, witness sweet Southern girl Devin Grissom as she finds the man of her dreams among 10 city slickers and 10 country guys in the reality dating series from the deep south of the USA in Sweet Home Alabama.
beTV airs on SkyCable (Channel 35), Dream Satellite (Channel 36), Cignal Digital TV (Channel 37) and Destiny Cable (Channel 62). Follow @beTVasia on Twitter and like beTV on Facebook.
Serving up the best of TV, beTV is Asia’s latest entertainment hangout for the very best in drama, comedy, mystery and lifestyle programs. With first run and exclusive content including multi-award winning brand new shows and returning hits, beTV is broad general entertainment channel which is female skewing and a core audience of 18 -34 years.
Currently available in 15 markets across Asia, beTV is wholly owned by Sony Pictures Entertainment and managed by Sony Pictures Television Networks, Asia, which also operates AXN, Animax, Sony Entertainment Television and ONE.