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Tu Tu Main Main--Star Bharat(coming soon)

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Well, latest report suggests the same. Report has it that the show which is still fresh in the minds of the audience even after two decades will mark a comeback on TV screen but with a new cast. The show which originally aired on DD Metro in 1994 and later on Star Plus, will air on Star Bharat this time.

"Star Bharat is revamping his shows completely and will be coming up with some new shows focusing majorly on comedy genre. And the popular sitcom which has created a benchmark 'Tu Tu Main Main' they are planning to bring back. Things are yet to get finalised and discussions are at the initial stage.”

Reema Lagoo and Supriya Pilgaonkar's Tu Tu Main Main to revive on Star Bharat?
 

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Interestingly, I remember seeing the original series when it was telecast on Star India Plus (e.g., the US feed of Star Plus) in 2005.

Star India Plus, Star India News, and Star India One had just launched in 2004 exclusively on the DirecTV DTH service, all of which were owned at the time by News Corporation. The 3 channels were considered premium (e.g., they contained only promos for Star TV programs during ad breaks), and were available as part of DirecTV's HindiDirect service for a monthly cost of $30 per month (about ₹1300/mo at the time). At the same time, the rival Dish Network DTH service had their Hindi Mega Pack for $50 per month (₹2200/mo) and contained 5 channels: Sony Entertainment Television Asia, Zee TV, Zee Cinema, B4U and TV Asia.

Star India channels remained exclusive to DirecTV until 2008, after which they joined Dish Network and other cable platforms. In 2013, Dish Network became the exclusive DTH provider for Star channels and Star India Plus HD was launched. In 2019, Star shut down all its channels in North America, and now their Indian content can only be accessed via Hotstar for $50 per year (₹3750/year).
 
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