List of programmes broadcast by 8TV (Malaysia)

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List of programmes broadcast by 8TV (Malaysia) until now.

Foreign programmes[edit]

These are programmes currently or previously broadcast during the 8TV English period, mostly at night, especially midnight or early in the morning. Although the last remaining English programme concludes its broadcast on 9 February, it was not until 5 March that it would be moved to NTV7.

Local programmes[edit]

This includes locally produced Chinese programmes, former programmes in English and Malay.

  • 3.03 A.M
  • 5 Jingga
  • 8 Corners
  • 8 E-News
  • 8TV Express Live (until 29 December 2017)
  • 8 Mini Century
  • 8-Style
  • 8TV Express
  • 8TV Mandarin News (8 pm)
  • 8TV Nite Live
  • The 8TV Quickie (replaced by 8TV Express)
  • Alam's Story
  • Alert
  • Alice in Wonderland (repeat of NTV7 drama)
  • All under one roof
  • Amusing Race
  • Away from Home (repeat of NTV7 drama)
  • A beautiful world (repeat of NTV7 drama)
  • A beautiful world: My pet lover
  • Behind the scam
  • Best In The World
  • The Best of Latte
  • Blogger Boy
  • Brilliant Mind
  • CJ Wow Shop
  • Celebrity Chat
  • China Star
  • Crime Scene
  • Da Funki Monkee
  • Destinasi Bajet
  • Discover Smiles Zoom Malaysia
  • Double Triple or Nothing
    • Double Triple or Nothing Kids
  • Dr Chen Diary
  • Durian, Kaya, Teh Tarik (2019)
  • Eve's Diary
  • Eyes on You
  • Famous Chinese Cuisine
  • Fantasia: A Modern Fairy Tale
  • Folks and Tales
  • Footprints in history
  • G-Thang
  • Ghost
  • Go-Go-Go
  • Go Travel
  • Gol & Gincu The Series
  • Growth behind the sun
  • The Gossip World
  • Hey Morning
  • Hip Hoppin Asia
  • Ho Chak!
  • Homecoming (8tv variety show)
  • Hot Chef
  • Hot FM AM KREW (replaced by CJ Wow Shop)
  • I am not a loser (repeat of NTV7 drama)
  • I Can See Your Voice Malaysia Mandarin
  • I Dare You!
  • I Wanna Be A Model
  • I Wanna Sing
  • Identity Switched (repeat of NTV7 drama)
  • In-Laws 2 (repeat of NTV7 drama)
  • Journey To Royal Cuisine
  • Kan-Cheong Kitchen
  • King of Dessert
  • KL Lights
  • Latte @ 8
  • Let's Cycle
  • Living delight (moved from NTV7)
  • Love in Seoul
  • Malaysian Idol
  • Malaysia's Most Beautiful
  • The memoir of Majie (repeat of NTV7 drama)
  • Midday Mandarin News (12:30 pm)
  • Mission I'm Possible
  • Move It!
  • My Sensei Nyonya
  • Nescafé Kick-Start
  • A New Journey
  • Next Miss Universe Malaysia
  • Now Everyone Can Fly To Australia
  • Ohayo
  • On The Brink (repeat of NTV7 drama)
  • One in a Million (2006-2009)
  • Oppa! Oppa! (repeat of NTV7 drama)
  • Part of the Game
  • Perfect Match
  • Persona (repeat of NTV7 drama)
  • Persona 2
  • Please Give Me a Job!
  • Project Runway Malaysia
  • Project Superstar
  • Pulse of life (repeat of NTV7 drama)
  • Punch and Jude
  • Realiti
  • Reel Review
  • Revolving Heart (repeat of NTV7 drama)
  • Secret of Success
  • Singing in the Spring
  • So You Think You Can Dance
  • Spec-Ops
  • Star Avenue (repeat of NTV7 drama)
  • Step Forward
  • Summer Live Concert[1]
  • Summer Brothers (repeat of NTV7 drama)
  • Superhero at home (repeat of NTV7 drama)
  • Super Mischievous MIL
  • Sweet delicacy
  • Taste of Malaysia: Martin Yan (Chinese)
  • Taste of Chinese New Year
  • Taste of life
  • Teman
  • The Injustice Stranger (repeat of NTV7 drama)
  • The Liar (repeat of NTV7 drama)
  • The Precedents (repeat of NTV7 drama)
  • The Promise
  • The Pulse Of Life (repeat of NTV7 drama)
  • The Turning Point (repeat of NTV7 drama)
  • The Undercover (repeat of NTV7 drama)
  • Total Europe Explore
  • Together, here we are
  • Top Student (2019)
  • Treasure Hunt in Malaysia
  • Trippin
  • Twenty Hundred
  • The Ultimate Power Group
  • The Ultimate Power Song
  • The Ultimate Power Star
  • The Ultimate Prom Nite
  • Unchained Fate
  • Unveil The Truth
  • Upin & Ipin (Singapore Mandarin dub)
  • We Are One Malaysia
  • Welcome to the Rail World
    • Welcome to the Rail World Japan
  • Without Boundaries
  • The Z Power (sponsored by Massimo and V soy) (2019)
  • Sky (6 May 2007)
  • Goodnight DJ (6 January 2008)
  • Step of Dance (6 July 2008)
  • Love Is Not Blind (23 November 2008)
  • A Cup of Love (5 July 2009)
  • The Adjusters (25 October 2009)
  • My Secret Chef (29 August 2010)
  • Goodnight DJ 2 (17 October 2010)
  • A Time To Embrace (13 January 2011)
  • The Adjusters 2 (2 October 2011)
  • Model A la Mode (8 December 2011)
  • The Beat (18 November 2012)
  • Dive into Love (3 March 2013)
  • Justice Pao Jr. (17 August 2013)
  • Mr. Bun (1 December 2013)

Asian programmes[edit]

These programmes air in different timeslots, depending on their programme type. They are from China, Hong Kong, South Korea (includes Best of Korea Hanbok segment that broadcasts on Thursdays and Fridays in 2015), Taiwan, Japan and Singapore.

2019

May 2019 onwards weekdays 6pm drama:

Best of Hokkien (series imported from Taiwan)[edit]

These are Hokkien-language programmes made by Taiwan studios that are mostly edited to fit in the one-hour period of the channel broadcast. There are three different timeslots for the segment: 11:30 am to 2 pm and 6 pm to 7 pm (formerly) from Monday to Friday, and 2 pm to 3 pm on Saturdays and Sundays.

Best of the East (Chinese and formerly included Korean drama series)[edit]

They are series produced by Chinese TV studios (mostly mainland) and South Korean TV studios (known as Korean drama); their timeslot is set at 8:30 pm to 9:30 pm from Monday to Thursday (Friday included since 2019).[2][3]

2013
2015
2016
2017
2018
  • The Great Shaolin (23 July 2018, moved to Saturday 3 pm to 5 pm, 2 episodes back to back)
  • Martial Universe (3 September 2018)
  • Siege in Fog (14 May 2018)
2019

They are series produced by local and foreign Chinese TV studios (Mediacorp and mostly mainland China); their timeslot is set at 9:30 pm to 10:30 pm from Monday to Thursday.

2019
  • Police Tactical Unit (PTU) (ViuTV)
  • Turning Point 2 (sequel of The Turning Point)
  • All is Well (produced by Mediacorp and Taiwan Television)
  • Blessings 2 (produced by Mediacorp)

Best of the Korea[edit]

Starting 1 April 2016, the Korean drama slot is broadcast separately at 9:30 pm, instead of 8:30 pm from Monday to Thursday, currently moved at 10:30  pm and Every Saturday and Sunday from 6:30 pm to 8 pm. Unless stated, the series here are all in original language.

2016
2017
2018
2019
2020

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