Epic TV

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Epic TV
Epic channel logo1.png
NetworkIN10 Media
SloganIndia Ka Apna Infotainment!
HeadquartersMumbai, Maharashtra, India
Picture format(576i SDTV)
(1080i HDTV)
Sister channelsIshara TV
Gubbare TV
Launched19 November 2014[1]
Asianet Digital (India)Channel 389 (SD)
Manthan Digital (Kolkata)Channel 417 (SD)
InDigital (Bangalore)Channel 292 (SD)
Fastway (Punjab)Channel 364 (SD)
HathwayChannel 460 (SD)
DEN Digital (Mumbai)Channel 511 (SD)
Siti CableChannel 608 (SD)
NXT DigitalChannel 214 (SD)
Tata Sky (India)Channel 735 (SD)
Reliance Digital TV (India)Channel 223
Videocon d2h (India)Channel 470
Airtel Digital TV (India)Channel 138
Dish TV (India)Channel 830
Sun DirectChannel 327

Epic TV is an Indian television channel that airs action, drama, comedy and narrative non-fiction and fictional programming with a focus on Indian history, folklore and epic genre.[2][3] Launched by Epic Television Network Pvt. Ltd on 19 November 2014,[4][5] a company owned by Anand Mahindra,[6] it airs programmes in Hindi.[7] Aditya Pittie, CEO of Pittie Group is the Managing Director of Epic TV. Some of its programmes like Raja, Rasoi Aur Anya Kahaniyaan; Kahi Suni; Dharmakshetra; Sanrachana have been added to Netflix.

Their digital platform named 'Epic ON' was launched in early 2017 with most shows available.

The company has revealed a vision of organising and building itself as a media network, with new ventures across every touch-point of the content life-cycle that would consolidate under the banner of IN10 Media. As part of its expansion plans, the company also announced the launch of two new television channels to go on air soon - Gubbare (a kids channel) and Ishara TV.[8][9]





  • A Tent, a Truck & Talkies
  • Air Battle of Srinagar
  • Andamans - Jewels of the Sea (Acquired)
  • Ayodhya - The Home Coming
  • Balasinor - Rediscover India's Dinosaurs
  • Beehad
  • Curry Pow (Acquired)
  • Cyber Yoddha (Acquired)
  • Drishti - Documentaries on Epic (2 Seasons, Acquired)
  • Ghaat Ghaat Ka Paani
  • Hai Junoon
  • Himalayan Misfits
  • Jallianwala Bagh - Punjab Da Dil (2 Part Series)
  • Janani (Acquired)
  • Jungle Ke Baahubali (2 Part Series, Acquired)
  • Kashmir Ki Virasat
  • Killer Squadron
  • Life Zara Hatke
  • Love for the Game (Acquired)
  • Naga - The Eternal Yogi (Acquired)
  • Nagaland - The Hornbill Festival & Songs of Japfu (2 Part Series, Acquired)
  • Nanak Naam Chardi Kala (4 Part Series)
  • Nandadevi (Acquired)
  • Raghu Rai - An Unframed Portrait
  • Rampath (Acquired)
  • Rupa's Boutique
  • Sentinels of the Snow
  • Superman of Malegaon
  • The 1965 Indo-Pakistan War
  • The Art Of Shantiniketan (Acquired)
  • The Elephant Whisperer and Maya Memsaheb (Acquired)
  • The Pad Piper (Acquired)
  • The Royal Enfield Story
  • Turning Point at Tololing
  • Vijay Diwas - The Fall of Dhaka
  • YKT, Mumbai (Acquired)
  • Zindagi Ab Milee Dobara - Celebrating the Golden Years

Short Series[edit]

  • 7 Secrets from Hindu Calendar Art
  • 7 Secrets of Vishnu
  • Alfaazon Ki Buniyad
  • Anu Club - Amar Chitra Katha (Acquired)
  • Banaras
  • Buddha Sutra
  • Devlok Mini
  • Epicgrams
  • Epified
  • Go Ganges (Acquired)
  • Khattey Meethey Guppey
  • Kissa Currency Ka
  • Indian Martial Arts - Shastra Ka Shastra
  • Itihas Ki Thaali Se
  • Mahabharata (Epified)
  • My Geeta by Devdutt Pattanaik
  • Pehli
  • Samagri, Sampatti Aur Sauda
  • Sharanam Faith Diaries (2 Seasons)
  • Silsila Cinema Ka
  • Supandi and Friends - Amar Chitra Katha (Acquired)
  • The Krishna Story (Epified)
  • Tyohaar Ki Thaali Recipe Special
  • Umeed India Specials


  1. ^ "EPIC Channel, that goes on air today, has tied up with Tata Sky Limited, Airtel Digital and Videocon D2H". Archived from the original on 29 November 2014. Retrieved 19 November 2014.
  2. ^ History and mythology made cool and contemporary on Channel Epic - The Times of India
  3. ^ India's Richest Man Among Backers of New Channel Epic TV
  4. ^ ‘The EPIC Channel’ to roll out by the year end - The Times of India
  5. ^ Mukesh Ambani-Backed Epic Channel Finally Gets India TV Launch
  6. ^ "Anand Mahindra becomes sole owner of Epic TV as Mukesh Ambani exits".
  7. ^ Epic channel set to roll out by end 2014
  8. ^ "Aditya Pittie's IN10 Media to launch two new TV channels, global SVoD service". Television Post. 2 April 2019. Archived from the original on 3 April 2019. Retrieved 29 May 2021.
  9. ^ "Epic TV launches IN10 Media to house multimedia ventures". Indian Television Dot Com. 2 April 2019. Retrieved 29 May 2021.
  10. ^ "TV Channel Review: Epic". The Times of India. 7 July 2015. Retrieved 20 November 2015.
  11. ^ "Juhi Chawla to present TV show Sharanam on EPIC channel". The Indian Express. 10 October 2017. Retrieved 16 July 2018.

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