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Hungama TV launches new shows for summer programming

04-April-2007
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Hungama TV launches new shows for summer programming

This summer, Hungama TV is launching a host of new shows under the ‘Ha Ha Ha Hungama’ block. The summer programming includes new animated series like ‘Shuriken School’, ‘Being Ian’, ‘Kiteretsu’ and ‘Tensai Bakabon’. All shows are set to break on different dates beginning second week of April.

In addition to this, the channel is also launching new episodes of ‘Shin-Chan’, ‘Telematch’, ‘Kochikame’ and ‘Doraemon’. The channel will also be launching a theme song.

Aparna Bhosle, Head, Programming and Production, Hungama TV, said, “Every summer, there is a considerable increase in eyeballs on kids’ channels. Hungama TV’s summer programming ups the ante on comedy and local programming to keep our young fans entertained at home.”

There will also be a new season of ‘Hero’ on the channel from May 7 and the matinee time slot will feature movies. Additionally, Hungama TV will launch the ‘Pajama Pakdo’ contest from April 30.

Speaking on the launch of the theme song on Hungama, Bhosle informed, “We are very excited about launching our Hungama theme song that captures the spirit of our audiences. We are hopeful that children will sing along and dance to this theme through this season.”

Abbas Tyrewalla has penned the lyrics for the song and the music has been rendered by Vishal-Shekhar.

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