Star World Invites you to the Biggest Celebration on Television


Star World has it all covered with its specially curated festive programming offerings on television which includes the most talked about shows, most acclaimed series of the year, latest seasons of award winning dramas and the biggest night of television.

Kick-starting with a complete Bollywood explosion, Star World brings back Koffee with Karan Seasons 1 – 6 in a new avatar, airing every weekday at 7 PM. As the chronicler in chief of all things Bollywood for the past 15 years, this show is entertainment, gossip and gupshup all rolled into one. So, sit down with your cup of Koffee and travel back to the time when the biggest Bollywood divas were debutantes and all the B-Town icons today were beginners, through the Koffee with Karan Time Machine. With every week dedicated to stars like SRK, Saif Ali Khan, Priyanka Chopra, and many more, The Time Machine gives viewers a glimpse into their journey to filmdom.

Mid- September onwards, Star World opens up an action-packed all-star line-up of some of the most engaging, big ticket shows from around the globe. With a new show every hour, Star World enthralls audiences during weekday prime time right from 8pm to 11pm.

So make way to the funniest office in town on Star World, weekdays at 8PM. For the first time on television, multiple award winning series, The Office that has garnered an impressive 145 nominations and 25 wins in the course of its glorious 8-year run, premieres on the channel on 16th September. The series stars celebrated actors such as John Krasinski, Mindy Kaling and comic genius Steve Carell. A pleasant change for office goers, this office is unlike any other in the world – it’ll make you laugh, cry and then laugh some more, but never out of frustration or pressure.

And, for the very last time, catch judges Matt Preston, George Calombaris and Gary Mehigan as they judge some of the most daring amateur cooks with a big ticket dream on MasterChef Australia Season 11. The series will air on weekdays at 9 PM, starting 16th September, perfect time to sit down with your family for a delectable piping hot dinner. After Indian origin Sashi Cheliah took home the coveted title last season, watch another extra-ordinary Indian contestant, Sandeep Pandit as he embarks on an unforgettable gastronomic journey and cooks his heart out!

Now, everyone is ready for bed but you’re still in the mood to watch that one last explosive series before you hit the sack? Television’s most dramatic series makes its way to the 10 PM slot as Game of Thrones’ Seasons 1-8 play out, 16th September onwards on Star World. With dragons, dire wolves and magic, here’s wishing you the most imaginative dreams for when the head finally hits the pillow.

The buck doesn’t stop here. Star World has your weekend break covered with latest seasons of audience favorite shows and the most acclaimed series of the year!

The channel is all set to air the most talked about, Emmy nominated series Chernobyl starting 15th September every Sunday at 9 PM followed by Season 2 of star studded, multiple Emmy as well as Golden Globe award winning series Big Little Lies at 10 PM.

Star World’s big weekend bonanza will also ensure that audiences are keeping up with the latest offerings on television with it’s all new programming slot ‘Now Trending’ that will showcase the latest seasons of the most popular series as well as the most anticipated new series on television. Launching this slot from September 28th onwards is the last season of our beloved Modern Family, and an all new Season 4 of multiple Emmy and Golden Globe award winning series This Is Us.

What’s more? The awards season is all set to roll out on the channel as the biggest TV shows battle it out to at most prestigious awards show for television in the world. Touted as the ‘Oscars of Television’, the 71st Primetime Emmys will air LIVE on Star World at 5:30 AM on 23rd September, with a repeat at 8 PM.

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