Zee Next

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Zee Next
Zee Next
Launched December 11, 2007
Closed September 7, 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 December 11, 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 September 7, 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. September 7, 2008. 

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