On 10 August 2009, 9X ceased broadcasting in the UK on Freesat and Sky Digital where it had been a free-to-air channel. Currently 9X has no original shows on air as it only airs old shows of Zee TV like Kasamh Se and Asititva.
On 8 March 2010, it was revealed that ZEEL had made a bid of Rs 650 million for 9X, who owe Rs 1.30 billion to creditors. The INX management is expected to pitch in with some money of their own to seal the deal with the creditors, who are expected to agree with to the deal. INX is then expected to spin off 9X, which will be taken over by ZEEL after a court approves the arrangement. After the 9X sale, INX will be left with just the music channel 9XM. On 20 April 2010, ZEEL confirmed that it had secured an in-principle approval from its board for acquisition of 9X, under a Scheme of Arrangement, subject to appropriate statutory and regulatory approvals. On 29 April 2010, ZEE Network's board of directors has approved the Scheme of Arrangement between ZEEL and INX Media, former owners of 9X.