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STAR World and STAR Movies plan their moves for 2007

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STAR World and STAR Movies plan their moves for 2007

The New Year frenzy somewhat over, STAR World and STAR Movies are now busy planning out the year ahead. The channels have strung together a host of programmes ranging from drama series ‘Heroes’, ‘Falcon Beach’ to the 64th Annual Golden Globe Awards 2007, as well as new episodes of ‘American Idol’, ‘Frasier’ and ‘Apprentice’.

Some old favorites would be showcased in January. ‘Seattle, WA’ and ‘Frasier’ will be aired Monday nights, besides a series of realty shows that test competitors’ survival techniques in New York City and its corporate world.

STAR Movies has a series of interesting shows lined up, which include Friday Night Premieres, Opening Night, Extreme Action and special events like the Oscars.

All six titles of Star Wars would be shown in sequence. Some of these include Episode IV – A New Hope, Star Wars Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back, and Star Wars Episode VI – Return of the Jedi.

‘Into the West’, an adventure package, would showcase the legendary cowboys and Indians era, produced by Steven Spielberg’s Dreamworks Television production.


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