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Instant Premieres is back on COLORS INFINITY

03-October-2017
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Instant Premieres is back on COLORS INFINITY

Instant Premieres returns with the latest seasons of popular shows on COLORS INFINITY.

Excited about the line-up, Hashim Dsouza, Head of Programming, English Entertainment, Viacom18, shared, “COLORS INFINITY has always taken pride in its premium content. The shows on our line-up are critically acclaimed and highly anticipated across the globe, therefore becoming even more pertinent to bring them to the Indian audience within hours of their international telecast. Our viewers are extremely excited to watch the latest seasons of their favorite shows along with the premiere of brand new dramas and we are happy to be instrumental in bringing an unrivalled entertainment experience to them.”

Here’s a sneak peek into all the entertainment goodness this October:

This October, witness the brilliance Dr. Shaun Murphy saving lives while himself suffering from autism on The Good Doctor. A power-packed performance of Freddie Highmore along with a gripping story-line makes this medical drama a must-watch for all viewers.

Also premiering on COLORS INFINITY, Israeli crime-thriller Absentia will weave a web of suspense around the viewers, keeping them wanting more.

The Good Doctor – Season 1
Tuesday, October 3 | 11 PM
From the creator of House: David Shore and Executive Producer Daniel Dae Kim, The Good Doctor centers on Shaun Murphy, a young surgeon with autism and savant syndrome who relocates from a quiet country life to join a prestigious hospital’s surgical unit.

Absentia – Season 1
Monday, October 2 | 10 PM
After being declared dead in absentia, an FBI agent must reclaim her family, identity and innocence when she finds herself the prime suspect in a string of murders.


The breakout series of 2016, Riverdale will return on COLORS INFINITY with more blood, betrayal, friendships, romance and Bughead!

Riverdale – Season 2
Thursday, October 12 | 10 PM
If the first season of Riverdale had you at the edge of your seats, prepare to be blown away in the second season of this dark-adaptation of the Archie-comic series. After discovering the killer of Jason Blossom, the second season picks up from the nail-biting cliffhanger finale.


Back to save the day from the supervillains, The Flash, Arrow and the Legends of Tomorrow return with the newest seasons of their shows, starting October 11.

The Flash – Season 4
Wednesday, October 11 | 10 PM
Season 3 finale saw Barry traipsing off into the Speed Force. The new season picks off 6 months later, with Team Flash stepping up to protect the city in a Barry-less world.

Arrow – Season 6
Friday, October 13 | 10 PM
Arrow S5 capped one of its best seasons ever with an explosive finale that left the fate of nearly every major character hanging in the balance. Who would survive? Who would be left behind? We will seek the answers to these questions in Season 6.

Legends of Tomorrow – Season 3
Wednesday, October 11 | 11 PM
Possibly one of the most intriguing shows last year, Legends of Tomorrow S3 will pick up with the Legends having “broken” time and needing to run around endlessly to fix it. This season promises great fight scenes, clowns, and even dinosaurs.


Back with their latest seasons to COLORS INFINITY, Mr. Robot, Lucifer and Blindspot return to pick-up from where they left off at their season finales, with Elliot being shot, Lucifer facing his own demons and Jane deciphering her tattoos.

Mr. Robot – Season 3
Thursday, October 12 | 11 PM
One of the trippiest thrillers of the decade, Season 3 of this Emmy-award winning series will shed more light on the trickeries of the hacktivist group fsociety, the sinister plans of The Dark Army, and survival of evil E-Corp.

Lucifer – Season 3
Tuesday, October 3 | 10 PM
Season 3 of Lucifer will return to confront the problem of the returned wings of angel for Lucifer, the kidnapping and the unresolved issues with his mother. We will also see television’s Superman Tom Welling (Clark Kent/Smallville) join the cast as Murcus Pierce.

Blindspot – Season 3
Monday, October 30 | 11 PM
Season 2 explained Jane's tattoos, Kurt's political future, and Roman's missing memories. Season 3 will take forward this story and reveal more challenging conflicts, more ink and more fistacuffs!


Adding music and symphony to the anticipated madness, COLORS INFINITY returns for the third successive year with its homegrown show Renault Kwid presents The Stage 3 styled by Jabong and co-powered by Motorola.

The Stage – Season 3
Saturday, October 7 | 8 PM
Embarking on this magical journey, COLORS INFINITY begins the search for the successor to the crown of India’s most talented English singing artist! With a bundle of surprises in store for the viewers, The Stage is set for India’s best English singers to compete with the best.

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