List of programs broadcast by Colors

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The following is the list of current and former broadcasts by the Indian television channel Colors TV.

Current broadcasts[edit]

Drama[edit]

Year Show Reference
2016– Shakti - Astitva Ke Ehsaas Ki [1]
2019– Bahu Begum [2]
2019– Bepanah Pyaar [3]
2019– Choti Sarrdaarni [4]
2019– Ram Siya Ke Luv Kush [5]
2019– Shubh Aarambh [6]
2019– Vidya [7]

Reality[edit]

Year Show Reference
2019– Bigg Boss 13

Upcoming broadcasts[edit]

Former broadcasts[edit]

Drama[edit]

Year Show Reference
2013–2016 24 [9]
2010 Agnipareeksha Jeevan Ki - Gangaa [10]
2010 Aise Karo Naa Vidaa
2009–2010 Bairi Piya
2008–2016 Balika Vadhu
2008–2009 Bandhan Saat Janamon Ka
2013–2014 Bani - Ishq Da Kalma
2013–2014 Beintehaa [11][12]
2018 Bepannah [13]
2009–2011 Bhagyavidhaata
2015–2016 Chakravartin Ashoka Samrat [14]
2017–2018 Chandrakanta [15]
2012 Chhal — Sheh Aur Maat
2015 Code Red [14]
2019 Court Room - Sachchai Hazir Ho [16]
2018–2019 Dastaan-E-Mohabbat Salim Anarkali [17]
2017 Dev [18]
2018 Dev 2 [19]
2016–2017 Devanshi [20]
2017–2018 Dil Se Dil Tak [21][22]
2016–2017 Ek — Shringaar Swabhimaan [23]
2019 Gathbandhan [24]
2011–2012 Havan [25]
2018–2019 Internet Wala Love [26][27]
2015–2016 Ishq Ka Rang Safed [28]
2017–2019 Ishq Mein Marjawan [29]
2008–2009 Jaane Kya Baat Hui
2008–2009 Jai Shri Krishna
2008–2009 Jeevan Saathi — Humsafar Zindagi Ke
2019 Jhansi Ki Rani [30]
2016–2018 Kasam Tere Pyaar Ki [31]
2016 Krishnadasi [32]
2019 Kesari Nandan [33]
2017–2018 Laado – Veerpur Ki Mardani [34]
2009–2012 Laagi Tujhse Lagan
2009–2010 Maat Pitaah Ke Charnon Mein Swarg
2012–2014 Madhubala — Ek Ishq Ek Junoon [35]
2017–2018 Mahakali — Anth Hi Aarambh Hai [36]
2010–2011 Matti Ki Banno
2009 Mere Ghar Aayi Ek Nanhi Pari
2014–2016 Meri Aashiqui Tum Se Hi [37]
2008–2009 Mohe Rang De
2011 Mukti Bandhan
2009–2012 Na Aana Is Des Laado
2012 Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuch Kaha
2013 Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuch Kaha 2
2011–2013 Parichay — Nayee Zindagi Kay Sapno Ka
2011–2012 Phulwa
2008–2009 Rahe Tera Aashirwaad
2013–2014 Rangrasiya
2010–2011 Rishton Se Badi Pratha
2018–2019 Roop - Mard Ka Naya Swaroop [38]
2013–2014 Sanskaar - Dharohar Apnon Ki
2011–2018 Sasural Simar Ka [39][40]
2017–2018 Savitri Devi College & Hospital [41]
2018 Silsila Badalte Rishton Ka [42]
2016–2018 Shani [43]
2014–2015 Shastri Sisters [44]
2019 Shrimad Bhagwat Mahapuran [45]
2015–2016 Swaragini - Jodein Rishton Ke Sur [14][46][47]
2015–2017 Thapki Pyar Ki [14]
2010 Thoda Hai Bas Thode Ki Zaroorat Hai
2017–2018 Tu Aashiqui [48]
2014–2019 Udaan [49]
2008–2015 Uttaran
2011–2012 Veer Shivaji
2019 Vish [50]
2009–2010 Yeh Pyar Na Hoga Kam

Comedy[edit]

Year Show Reference
2018 Belan Wali Bahu [51]
2017 Bhaag Bakool Bhaag [52]
2011 Hamari Saas Leela [53]
2012 Kairi — Rishta Khatta Meetha
2009–2013 The Late Night Show - Jitna Rangeen Utna Sangeen [54]
2013 Mrs. Pammi Pyarelal
2012–2013 Nautanki: The Comedy Theatre [55]

Horror, fantasy and supernatural[edit]

Year Show Reference
2011 Anhoniyon Ka Andhera
2015 Code Red
2018 Kaun Hai? [56]
2016 Kavach — Kali Shaktiyon Se [57]
2009 Koi Aane Ko Hai
2015–2019 Naagin
2018–2019 Tantra [58][59]
2009 Vikram Aur Betaal [60]
2018–2019 Vish Ya Amrit: Sitara [61]
2019 Kavach... Maha Shivratri

Reality and non-scripted[edit]

Year Show Reference
2018 Aunty Boli Lagao Boli [62]
2014–2015 The Anupam Kher Show - Kucch Bhi Ho Sakta Hai
2008–2019 Bigg Boss [63]
2016 Bournvita Quiz Contest
2016 Box Cricket League Season 2 [14]
2014–2015 Celebrity Cricket League [14]
2008–2016 Chhote Miyan
2015–2017 Comedy Nights Bachao [14]
2016 Comedy Nights Live [64]
2013–2016 Comedy Nights with Kapil
2018 Dance Deewane [65]
2008–2009 Dancing Queen
2008 Ek Khiladi Ek Haseena
2017–2018 Entertainment Ki Raat [66]
2015 Farah Ki Dawat [14]
2009–2018 Golden Petal Awards [67]
2011 Guinness World Records – Ab India Todega
2010 Har Ghar Kuch Kehta Hai [68]
2017 India Banega Manch [69]
2009–2019 India's Got Talent
2010–2017 Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa
2018 Jio Dhan Dhana Dhan [70]
2019 Khatra Khatra Khatra [71]
2008–2019 Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi
2010 Kitchen Champion [72]
2009–2012 Mallika-E-Kitchen
2014–2016 Mission Sapne [73]
2010 National Bingo Night
2017 Rasoi Ki Jung Mummyon Ke Sung [74]
2017–2019 Rising Star [75]
2008 Sajid's Superstars
2012 Sur Kshetra
2008–2011 Zindagi Ki Haqeeqat Se Aamna Saamna

Animated[edit]

Year Show Reference
2017–2019 Baahubali: The Lost Legends [76]
2016 Chhoti Anandi [77]
2012–2013 Suraj: The Rising Star [78]

Pro wrestling/MMA[edit]

Year Show Notes
2009 100% De Dana Dan
2008–2011 Super Fight League
2012 Ring Ka King - Wrestling Ka Mahayudh [79]

Aapka Colors[edit]

Aapka Colors is the United States of America version of Colors TV which includes English subtitles for every show. Some shows are available exclusively on this channel.[80]

  • Ancient Healing by Dr. Pankaj Naram[81]

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