In-line with Zee Kannada’s recently launched brand proposition, the channel will be launching its latest fiction show ‘Gattimela’ starting 11th March at 8 pm from Monday-Friday.
The story narrates the struggle of a mighty woman who is encountered with hurdles, hailing from a lower middle-class family, with the courage to dream big of witnessing her 4-daughters be a part of a sacrament alliance.
Tamil GEC Sun TV will be re-shuffling its programming line-up from 18th March. The channel will be introducing a new show in the afternoon while changing the timings of four shows.
The channel will change the timing of its four shows ‘Kalyana Parisu’, ‘Roja’, ‘Chandrakumari’ and ‘Lakshmi Stores’. It has also commissioned a new show ‘Nila’ produced by Srikanth Entertainment at 2.30 pm on 18th March.
Sun TV cluster head of kids channels Kavitha Jaubin has been given additional responsibility to manage its second Tamil GEC, Sun Life. Jaubin will continue in her existing role of head content acquisition and kids channels of Sun TV Network.
Sun TV Network had revamped its hybrid channel Sun Life as a second Tamil GEC in October 2018. The channel has 24 hours of original content a week. It targets youth in 18-30 age-groups and has a mix of fiction, non-fiction content and reality show content.
Sony YAY! began their journey with a promise to become a one stop destination of happiness for kids and they have stood true to their promise - be it through their home-grown, all desi content, relatable characters, or all their other endeavours. Now, giving kids from Maharashtra yet another reason to rejoice and a chance to be able to enjoy their on-screen best friends in their native language, the channel has introduced a Marathi feed too. With this launch,
Sony YAY! will now be available in Hindi, Tamil, Marathi, English, Telugu, Bengali, Malayalam - making it the first kids’ TV channel in India to be available in seven languages and the only national kids’ TV channel to have a Marathi, Bangla and Malayalam feed.