List of programmes broadcast by Colors TV

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The following is the list of current, upcoming and former television shows broadcast by the Indian television channel Colors TV.

Current broadcasts[edit]

Weekdays[edit]

Premiere date Show Production house
26 April 2021 Sasural Simar Ka 2 Rashmi Sharma Telefilms
22 August 2022 Saavi Ki Savaari Dashami Creations
15 March 2021 Udaariyaan Dreamiyata Entertainment
14 February 2022 Parineetii Balaji Telefilms
28 February 2022 Swaran Ghar Dreamiyata Entertainment
26 September 2022 Sherdil Shergill Parin Multimedia
13 June 2022 Harphoul Mohini Cockcrow & Shaika Entertainment
8 August 2022 Pishachini Shakuntalam Telefilms
14 March 2022 Spy Bahu Viniyard Films

Weekend[edit]

Premiere Date Show Production house
12 February 2022 Naagin 6 Balaji Telefilms
3 September 2022 Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 10 BBC Worldwide Productions Company

Upcoming broadcasts[edit]

Show Production house Premiere date Ref.
Bigg Boss 16 Endemol Shine Group 1 October 2022
Kuberan's House: Start-up Ka Baap Divya Ram Talkies Pvt Ltd
Tien Sher Entertainment
TBA [1]

Former broadcasts[edit]

Drama[edit]

Year Show Ref.
2013–2016 24 [2]
2010 Agnipareeksha Jeevan Ki - Gangaa [3]
2010 Aise Karo Naa Vidaa
2019–2020 Bahu Begum [4]
2009–2010 Bairi Piya
2008–2016 Balika Vadhu
2021–2022 Balika Vadhu 2 [5]
2008–2009 Bandhan Saat Janamon Ka
2013–2014 Bani - Ishq Da Kalma
2020–2021 Barrister Babu
2021 Bawara Dil
2013–2014 Beintehaa [6][7]
2018 Bepannah [8]
2019–2020 Bepanah Pyaar
2009–2011 Bhagyavidhaata
2015–2016 Chakravartin Ashoka Samrat [9]
2017–2018 Chandrakanta [10]
2012 Chhal — Sheh Aur Maat
2019–2022 Choti Sarrdaarni
2019 Court Room - Sachchai Hazir Ho [11]
2018–2019 Dastaan-E-Mohabbat Salim Anarkali [12]
2017 Dev [13]
2018 Dev 2 [14]
2016–2017 Devanshi [15]
2017–2018 Dil Se Dil Tak [16][17]
2016–2017 Ek — Shringaar Swabhimaan [18]
2022 Fanaa: Ishq Mein Marjawan
2019 Gathbandhan [19]
2011–2012 Havan [20]
2018–2019 Internet Wala Love [21][22]
2015–2016 Ishq Ka Rang Safed [23]
2017–2019 Ishq Mein Marjawan [24]
2020–2021 Ishq Mein Marjawan 2
2008–2009 Jaane Kya Baat Hui
2008–2009 Jeevan Saathi — Humsafar Zindagi Ke
2019 Jhansi Ki Rani [25]
2012 Kairi — Rishta Khatta Meetha
2016–2018 Kasam Tere Pyaar Ki [26]
2016 Krishnadasi [27]
2019 Kesari Nandan [28]
2017–2018 Laado - Veerpur Ki Mardani [29]
2009–2012 Laagi Tujhse Lagan
2009–2010 Maat Pitaah Ke Charnon Mein Swarg
2012–2014 Madhubala — Ek Ishq Ek Junoon [30]
2010–2011 Matti Ki Banno
2009 Mere Ghar Aayi Ek Nanhi Pari
2014–2016 Meri Aashiqui Tum Se Hi [31]
2008–2009 Mohe Rang De
2020–2022 Molkki
2011 Mukti Bandhan
2022 Muskuraane Ki Vajah Tum Ho
2009–2012 Na Aana Is Des Laado
2012–2013 Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuch Kaha
2020 Naati Pinky Ki Lambi Love Story
2020–2021 Namak Issk Ka
2021–2022 Nima Denzongpa
2011–2013 Parichay — Nayee Zindagi Kay Sapno Ka
2020 Pavitra Bhagya
2011–2012 Phulwa
2020–2021 Pinjara Khubsurti Ka
2008–2009 Rahe Tera Aashirwaad
2013–2014 Rangrasiya
2010–2011 Rishton Se Badi Pratha
2018–2019 Roop - Mard Ka Naya Swaroop [32]
2013–2014 Sanskaar - Dharohar Apnon Ki
2011–2018 Sasural Simar Ka [33][34]
2017–2018 Savitri Devi College & Hospital [35]
2016–2021 Shakti - Astitva Ke Ehsaas Ki
2018 Silsila Badalte Rishton Ka [36]
2021–2022 Sirf Tum
2014–2015 Shastri Sisters [37]
2019–2020 Shubharambh
2015–2016 Swaragini - Jodein Rishton Ke Sur [38][39]
2015–2017 Thapki Pyar Ki [9]
2021–2022 Thapki Pyar Ki 2
2010 Thoda Hai Bas Thode Ki Zaroorat Hai
2021–2022 Thoda Sa Baadal Thoda Sa Paani
2017–2018 Tu Aashiqui [40]
2014–2019 Udaan [41]
2008–2015 Uttaran
2011–2012 Veer Shivaji
2019–2020 Vidya
2019 Vish [42]
2009–2010 Yeh Pyar Na Hoga Kam

Mythological series[edit]

Year Show Ref.
2008–2009 Jai Shri Krishna
2012–2013 Jai Jag Janani Maa Durga [43]
2016–2018 Karmaphal Daata Shani [44]
2020 Mahabharat [45]
2017–2018 Mahakali — Anth Hi Aarambh Hai [46]
2020 Om Namah Shivay [47]
2019–2020 Ram Siya Ke Luv Kush [48]
2009 Shri Swaminarayan Bhagwaan [49]
2019–2020 Shrimad Bhagwat Mahapuran
2009 Vikram Betaal [49]

Comedy[edit]

Year Show Ref.
2018 Belan Wali Bahu [50]
2017 Bhaag Bakool Bhaag [51]
2011 Hamari Saas Leela [52]
2009–2013 The Late Night Show - Jitna Rangeen Utna Sangeen [53]
2013 Mrs. Pammi Pyarelal
2012–2013 Nautanki: The Comedy Theatre [54]

Horror, fantasy and supernatural[edit]

Year Show Ref.
2011 Anhoniyon Ka Andhera
2015 Code Red [9]
2018 Kaun Hai? [55]
2016 Kavach... Kaali Shaktiyon Se [56]
2019 Kavach... Maha Shivratri
2009 Koi Aane Ko Hai
2015-2021 Naagin
2018–2019 Tantra [57][58]
2018–2019 Vish Ya Amrit: Sitara [59]

Reality and non-scripted[edit]

Year Show Ref.
2018 Aunty Boli Lagao Boli [60]
2014–2015 The Anupam Kher Show - Kucch Bhi Ho Sakta Hai
2016 Bournvita Quiz Contest
2016 Box Cricket League Season 2 [9]
2014–2015 Celebrity Cricket League [9]
2008–2016 Chhote Miyan
2015–2017 Comedy Nights Bachao [9]
2016 Comedy Nights Live [61]
2013–2016 Comedy Nights with Kapil
2018–2021 Dance Deewane [62]
2022 Dance Deewane Juniors
2008–2009 Dancing Queen
2008 Ek Khiladi Ek Haseena
2017–2018 Entertainment Ki Raat [63]
2015 Farah Ki Dawat [9]
2011–2017 Golden Petal Awards [64]
2011 Guinness World Records – Ab India Todega
2010 Har Ghar Kuch Kehta Hai [65]
2020 Hum Tum Aur Quarantine
2022 Hunarbaaz: Desh Ki Shaan
2017 India Banega Manch [66]
2009–2019 India's Got Talent
2018 Jio Dhan Dhana Dhan [67]
2019 Khatra Khatra Khatra [68]
2010 Kitchen Champion [69]
2009–2012 Mallika-E-Kitchen
2014–2016 Mission Sapne [70]
2020 Mujhse Shaadi Karoge [71]
2010 National Bingo Night
2017 Rasoi Ki Jung Mummyon Ke Sung [72]
2017–2019 Rising Star [73]
2008 Sajid's Superstars
2012 Sur Kshetra
2021–2022 The Big Picture
2008–2013 Zindagi Ki Haqeeqat Se Aamna Saamna

Animated[edit]

Year Show Ref.
2009-2012 Veet Battle Series
2017–2019 Baahubali: The Lost Legends [74]
2016 Chhoti Anandi [75]
2012–2013 Suraj: The Rising Star [76]

Pro wrestling/MMA[edit]

Year Show Ref.
2009 100% De Dana Dan
2008–2011 Super Fight League
2012 Ring Ka King - Wrestling Ka Mahayudh [77]

Aapka Colors[edit]

Aapka Colors is the United States of America and Canada version of Colors TV which includes English subtitles for every show. Some shows are available exclusively on this channel.[78]

  • Ancient Healing by Dr. Pankaj Naram[79]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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