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Comedy Central celebrates colors, girl power and happiness in March

The new line-up will see three Indian Television premieres: Younger Season 3, Citizen Khan Season 5 and Blunt Talk Season 2 along with Holi, Women’s Day and International Day of Happiness special

March 3, 2017


Comedy Central Your #HappyPlace, which just celebrated its fifth birthday, is all set to roll into a new month with a spread of shows marking their Indian Television Premieres and new seasons of all-time favourites.

In addition to existing shows, the new line-up will see three Indian Television premieres: Younger Season 3, Citizen Khan Season 5 and Blunt Talk Season 2. The channel will continue airing new episodes of shows that made their debut on Indian TV screens last month. This month, there will be Holi special, celebration of the “X” chromosome with Women’s Day Stunt and special line-up for International Day of Happiness.

Hashim D’Souza, Head of Programming English Entertainment, Viacom 18, said, “Ever since Comedy Central’s inception, our aim has been to induce happiness in every life that we touch, especially through our programming. Keeping that thought in mind, we hope that our viewers enjoy what we have planned for them this month.”

The all new line-up includes:


Show: Younger Season 3

Date: Thursday, March 16| Time: 10 pm

Synopsis: Trying to start a new career gets more difficult as you age, which suddenly single-mom Liza realises when she tries to re-enter the working world at 40.

Show: Citizen Khan Season 5

Date: Thursday, March 16 | Time: 10:30 pm


Citizen Khan is set in Sparkhill, East Birmingham, described by its lead character, a Pakistani Muslim Mr. Khan, as "the capital of British Pakistan." The show follows the trials and tribulations of Mr. Khan.

Show: Blunt Talk Season 2

Date: Monday, March 27 | Time: 10:30 pm


Patrick Stewart plays a British newscaster Walter Blunt who moves to Los Angeles with his alcoholic manservant and the baggage of several failed marriages to host a sanctimonious talk show with the intention of conquering American nightly cable news.


Show: Women’s Day Special

Date: Wednesday, March 8 | Time: 10 am onwards


This Woman's Day, Comedy Central wants to show "Who Run The World" with our fierce line-up of badass women with shows like Angie Tribeca, F.R.I.E.N.D.S, and Playing House.


Show: Holi Special

Date: Monday, March 13 | Time: 1 pm onwards


This Holi, we at Comedy Central hope that you spare a thought for the environment and surrender your water guns. We have the perfect alternative with Impractical Jokers & Wipeout.


Show: International Day of Happiness special

Date: Monday, March 20 | Time: 11 am onwards


We’re have handpicked two of our best and happiest shows: The Carmichael Show & Superstore.

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