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List of programs broadcast by Hum TV

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hum TV is a commercial broadcast television network owned by Hum Entertainment Television. Headquartered on I. I. Chundrigar Road in Karachi, the network is one of the major channels in Pakistan in terms of viewership.[1] The following is a list of all television programming that the network has broadcast since it began its TV operations in 2005.

Current programming

Note: Titles are listed in alphabetical order.

Love story

Family drama

Tragedy

Social issue

Upcoming broadcasts

  • Jo Bache Hain Sang Samait Lo[6]
  • Bad Gumaan[7]
  • Kala Doriya[8]

Former programming

Anthology series

Horror or supernatural series

Comedy series

Drama series

Soap operas

Reality/non-scripted

Telefilms

Awards shows

See also

References

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