Zee Next

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Zee Next
Zee Next
Launched 11 December 2007
Closed 7 September 2008
Owned by Zee Entertainment Enterprises
Slogan Dil Wahi Dhadkan Nayi.
Country India
Headquarters Mumbai, Maharashtra
Sister channel(s) Zee TV
Zee Cinema
Zee News
Website http://zeenext.com/index.html
Dish TV Channel 107

Zee Next was a Hindi language general entertainment channel established by Zee Entertainment Enterprises promoted by Essel Group based in Mumbai, Maharashtra.[1] The channel was launched on 11 December 2007 in India, and was available on almost all cable operators in India. With the evolution of TV viewing audiences, this channel offers a very refreshing and blooming entertainment aimed at bridging the generation gap. Catering to the needs of the entire spectrum of television audiences, the channel offers a wide assortment of programming across genres ranging from comedy-dramas to the most entertaining reality shows. The channel was shut down on 7 September 2008, nearly a year after its launch due to high costs and lack of investors.[2]


Zee Next ceased broadcasting on 7 September 2008; therefore, cancelled/scratched quite a few scripts that were to be made into actual programmes. Some concepts that were cancelled by the channel were Rohit Roy's Rang - The Colors of Love, Sharad Kelkar's Siraj-ud-Daulah, and Sampada Vaze's Hum Tum.

Following is a list of programmes that were aired on Zee Next at the time it was on air:

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  1. ^ http://zeenext.com/contact.html
  2. ^ "ZEEL to shut down Zee Next". Indiantelevision.com. 7 September 2008. 

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