List of programs broadcast by Hum TV

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Hum TV is a commercial broadcast television network that is owned by Hum Entertainment Television. Headquartered on I. I. Chundrigar Road in Karachi, Hum TV is one of the major channels in Pakistan in terms of viewership.[1] The following is a list of all television programming that Hum TV has broadcast since it began its TV operations in 2005.

The channel's drama series Humsafar, broadcast in 2011–2012, has become the most successful program of the channel to date, earning it widespread acclaim and international recognition.[2][3][4] Due to its success, critics referred to Pakistani television as a "Golden Age".[5] At the 1st Hum Awards ceremony it was awarded the Hum Honorary Phenomenal Serial Award.[6] Hum TV caters to all genres from entertainment. While HUM caters to urban Pakistan, most dramas on Hum TV at the moment are skewed towards a teen/youth audience, with some other serials being aimed at a more mature urban audience.

Current programming[edit]

Note: Titles are listed in alphabetical order.

Daily soaps[edit]

  • Soya Mera Naseeb
  • Wafa Kar Chalay

Drama series[edit]

Sitcom[edit]

Upcoming programming[edit]

  • Mushq
  • Sabaat
  • Kashf
  • Soteli Mamta

Former programming[edit]

Anthology series[edit]

Horror/Supernatural series[edit]

Comedy series[edit]

Drama series[edit]

Soap operas[edit]

Reality/non-scripted[edit]

Ramadan Special Programs[edit]

Telefilms[edit]

Ek Chance Pyar Ka

Awards shows[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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