A-Plus TV

A-Plus TV is a Pakistani entertainment TV channel. Its chairman is Abdul Jabbar.[1][2]

A-Plus TV
A-Plus TV Logo.png
CountryPakistan
Broadcast areaAsia, Europe, Middle East etc.
SloganYeh Jahan Hai Tumhara
HeadquartersLahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Programming
Language(s)Urdu
Picture format4:3 (576i, SDTV)
Ownership
OwnerSports Star International
Sister channelsPublic News
History
Launched3 April 2010; 11 years ago (2010-04-03)
Availability
Streaming media
A-Plus TV LiveWatch Live

A-Plus presents a mix of programs ranging from drama serials, sitcoms, soaps, music shows, morning shows, health shows and magazine shows.

The channel is known for its programming like Aunn Zara, Gohar-e-Nayab, Mera Naam Yousuf Hai,[3] Shehr-e-Ajnabi and Khuda Dekh Raha Hai.[4]

Currently broadcastEdit

Drama seriesEdit

SitcomEdit

TalkshowEdit

  • Ek Nayee Subha With Farah
  • Eat With Saadat

Formerly broadcastEdit

Anthology seriesEdit

Comedy seriesEdit

  • Albeli Sofia
  • Ghar Ki Baat Hai
  • Haseena Moin Ki Kahani
  • Korangi Ke Satrangi
  • Papu The Great
  • Rang Rangeelay

Horror/supernaturalEdit

Drama serialsEdit

Mini seriesEdit

  • Pani Da Bulbula
  • Piya Tori Yaad

Game showsEdit

  • Lakhon Ka Such

Soap operasEdit

  • Agar Tum Na Hote
  • Bari Phuppo
  • Chandan Haar[2]
  • Ghareeb Zaadi
  • Gunnah
  • Ishq Ya Rabba
  • Kaneez
  • Kambakht Tanno
  • Katti Patang[1]
  • Mere Jeenay Ki Wajah
  • Phir Wajah Kya Hui
  • Piya Bedardi
  • Rishte Kache Dhagoon Se
  • Sakeena

Talk show/morning showsEdit

Spiritual showEdit

  • Taboo

Turkish dramasEdit

Films distributedEdit

A-Plus distributed its first film Good Morning Karachi in January 2015 under the banner of A-Plus Films.

Film Name Year
Good Morning Karachi 2015
Balu Mahi 2017

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e "Watch A-Plus Entertainment TV Live Streaming Online Free Pakistan". livetvstreamingfree.com. Archived from the original on 29 November 2013. Retrieved 25 May 2021.
  2. ^ a b Wajiha Jawaid (13 November 2015). "'Chandan Haar' on A-Plus is about fake contract marriages". HipInPakistan.com website. Retrieved 25 May 2021.
  3. ^ a b c Review of Pakistani Dramas (2015-2020) Reviewit.pk website,Published 16 April 2020, Retrieved 25 May 2021
  4. ^ "Pakistani soaps". Daily Times (newspaper). 16 September 2015. Retrieved 25 May 2021.
  5. ^ The teaser for Sanam Saeed and Mohib Mirza's Deedan looks intense Dawn (newspaper), Published 15 September 2018, Retrieved 25 May 2021
  6. ^ Tehreem M Alam (10 March 2020). "Female writers who disregard women's plight are biggest supporters of patriarchy: Bee Gul". The Express Tribune (newspaper). Retrieved 25 May 2021.

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