Cape Town Stadium Targeted in Trackers Finale Tonight, More Popular than Game of Thrones

In the lead up to an epic season finale of Trackers tonight at 8pm, M-Net and its partners have released the hit series’ theme song, “This is War”. And in tonight’s nail-biting conclusion it is almost war as a suicide team target Cape Town Stadium.

Trackers has been a culmination of world-class production and a global standard marketing campaign, with the five-part adaptation of bestselling author Deon Meyer’s internationally acclaimed crime novel shattering viewership records to become the most popular show on M-Net in 2019.

It’s a tremendous success story for M-Net and the African television industry … and it’s not even finished. Trackers’ final episode will be screened on M-Net 101 tonight, Sunday 24 November at 20:00.

If you’re late to the party – you can binge-watch the series on DStv Catch Up or Showmax if you’re in SA.

Average viewer numbers per episode have outshone not only local shows in all genres on M-Net Channel 101 but also international audience favourites such as Game of Thrones, Big Little Lies, Chernobyl, The Big Bang Theory and The Enemy Within.

Perhaps most impressively, Trackers has attracted more eyeballs than a much-loved M-Net institution – the Sunday night blockbuster movie premiere!

Furthermore, Trackers is currently trending at the top of the charts on both DStv Now and Showmax

The series has kept viewers on the edge of their seats for the past few weeks. In the season finale of the electrifying crime series, tragedy strikes Cape Town. Will Lemmer and Janina succeed in bringing down the perpetrators? Or will it end in turmoil?

The theme song This is War is composed by Safta award-winner Brendan Jury, features SAMA-nominee Brenda Mtambo and popular singer-actor Israel Makoe Matseke-Zulu aka GP-MaOrange. It’s now available on major music streaming services such as Joox, Spotify and iTunes.

Watch the Trackers Finale | M-Net – Trailer:

Binge-watch the series on DStv Catch Up or Showmax if you’re in SA.


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