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List of programs broadcast by Star Vijay

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Star Vijay, commonly known as Vijay TV is an Indian Tamil-language general entertainment private broadcast television network owned by Asianet Star Communications,[1] a subsidiary of American multinational mass media corporation The Walt Disney Company.[2]

This is a list of the current and former programmes broadcast by the channel.

Current programming

Fiction

Name Production
Raja Paarvai Signature Productions
Paavam Ganesan Fiction team
Velaikkaran Tele Factory
Namma Veetu Ponnu Global Villagers
Thendral Vanthu Ennai Thodum Thalir Production
Muthuazhagu Falcon Television Media
Kaatrukkenna Veli Endemol Shine India Pvt. Ltd.
Naam Iruvar Namakku Iruvar Fiction team
Thamizhum Saraswathiyhum Vikatan Televistas
Pandian Stores Venus Infotainment
Baakiyalakshmi
Bharathi Kannamma
Global Villagers
Raja Rani Season-2
Mouna Raagam Season 2 Avanthika Creations

Non Fiction

Name Original airing
Bigg Boss Tamil -Season 5 3 October 2021
Neeya Naana 7 May 2006
Start Music Tamil - Season 3 10 October 2021
Mr and Mrs Chinnathirai - Season 3 24 April 2021
5 Star Kitchen Season 2 24 July 2021
Super Daddy 21 November 2021

Currently stopped

Name Original airing Production
Senthoora Poove 27 July 2020 Kala Communications

Upcoming programming

  • Vaidhegi Kaathirundal
  • Super Singer Junior Season 8

Former programming

Fiction

Non Fiction

Dubbed series

Children series

Television films

References

  1. ^ "Star TV-Entertainment". 7 July 2015. Retrieved 7 July 2015.
  2. ^ "Indian Television dot com". 7 July 2015. Retrieved 7 July 2015.
  3. ^ "Vijay TV launching aggressive programme drive from 1 October". Indian Television.
  4. ^ "Balaganapathy, a new series on telly". The Times of India.
  5. ^ "Vijay TV a new soap in its line up, the serial En Thozhi En Kadhali En Manaivi". Indian Television dot com.
  6. ^ "Impressive numbers for Vijay TV's Idhu Oru Kadhal Kathai".
  7. ^ "Varied personalities make a cinematic bouquet". The Indian Express.
  8. ^ a b "'Marumagal', 'Kavyanjali' among content shipped by Vijay TV to UK Sinhalese channel". Indian Television.
  9. ^ "A tale about two sisters". The Times of India.
  10. ^ "Vijay TV will retelecast the old serials". Vikatan.
  11. ^ "Vijay TV uses voice message to promote Maurmagal".
  12. ^ "Vijay TV to launch Neeli, a supernatural fiction". Times Of India.
  13. ^ "From an idiot box to a productive package". The Indian Express.
  14. ^ "The mega serial: TV actors Devadarshini, Shylaja discuss how the medium has changed". The News Minute.
  15. ^ "Rekha Krishnappa set for her TV comeback; details inside". The Times of India.
  16. ^ "On five women and their lives". The Indian Express.
  17. ^ ""We are on the way to weaning viewers from Sun": Suresh Iyer Vijay TV". Indian Television dot com.
  18. ^ "Thazhampoo: Once again snake centric thriller drama". The Indian Express.
  19. ^ "A fresh connect". The Hindu.
  20. ^ "Mami Mia". The Hindu.
  21. ^ "Vijay TV to air KBC II". Business Standard.
  22. ^ "A new comedy show with Ramar!". Times of India.
  23. ^ "A game show involving crazy punishments". Times of India.
  24. ^ "Venkatesh Bhat to reveal his secret recipes". Times Of India.
  25. ^ "Vijay TV's new Sunday show 'Sigaram Thotta Manithargal celebrates achievers". Indian Television dot com.
  26. ^ "Star Vijay's all-women gameshow 'Vasool Rani' to launch on 19 September". Indian Television dot com.
  27. ^ a b "Oh podu, for the 'Hindi' serials!". The New Indian Express.
  28. ^ "Tamil serials skid on dubbed soaps". New Indian Express.
  29. ^ "Maya Mohini to be aired on Star Vijay". The Times of India.
  30. ^ ""Five months back, we had two programmes in the top 50, today we have 14"; UTV TV content COO Manish Popat". Indian Television dot com.
  31. ^ "Vijay TV scripts a turnaround table". Indian Television dot com.
  32. ^ "Recreating literary works on small screen". Deccan Chronicle.
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