Animax to woo teens with three new shows

MUMBAI: Animax is all set to woo teens with a whole lot of gaming. Three new shows are set to launch on the channel. Starting 18 February, Animax will premiere GameMax (Season 2) at 5 pm for gaming enthusiasts.

JC, the Ninja Girl will premier on 19 February at 6 pm and Ranma 1/2 on 23 February at 5.30 pm.

GameMax is a weekly TV show for video gamers. It reviews the very best new games being released in Asia.

Going behind the scenes to meet celebrities, sports stars and game-brains, GameMax creates the most exciting games on the planet.

Animax director sales and marketing Rohit Bhandari said, "In the recent past, we have witnessed an increase in professionals and young adults engaging in electronic gaming as a form of entertainment. Given the growth and potential of the Indian market, Animax has taken the initiative in delivering this unique and enjoyable experience. And we are premiering a variety of programmes for both types of audiences – girls and boys."

The action-packed humorous series JC, the Ninja Girl is based on a girl chosen to be a warrior, only due to her early physical maturity JC is soaked in adventure and witty situations.

Ranma 1/2 is a comical series based on cursed martial artist Ranma who turns into a girl, when he gets wet. One of the current biggest anime hits in the US, Ranma 1/2 is funny and enjoyable series.

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