Star World to roll out array of new shows

MUMBAI: Star World is ready to roll out a series of new shows, new specials and new seasons. From the dramatic series Desire: Table for Three to The Scholar, 2006 34th American Music Awards to the new seasons of My Wife and Kids, Greys Anatomy to Most Haunted, Malcolm in the Middle and Commander-in-Chief.

Desire: Table for Three is a daily one-hour drama that spins a tale of ardour, betrayal, deceit and murder, exclusively on Star World. Premiering 6 November it chronicles the tragic destruction of a family and the erosion of the bonds of brotherhood when two brothers, on the run from the mafia, get caught in a complicated web of deception when they both fall for the same woman.

The 2006 34th American Music Awards LIVE, featuring celebrity presenters, live performances will be telecasted live on 22 November on Star World. 20 awards will be given out representing the best of Pop/Rock, Country, Soul/Rhythm & Blues, Rap/Hip Hop, Latin, Alternative, Adult Contemporary and Contemporary Inspirational music.

There would be a return of some old favourites. Commander in Chief is a thrilling series about Mackenzie Allen who has a lot on her plate…three kids, an ambitious husband, and she is about to become the first female president of the United States. It will be aired every Tuesday night, starting 7 November on Star World.

Starting 9 November The Scholar is an original, unscripted series that will give the winner a college education from a top-rated school of their choice. Filmed on location at the University of Southern California, its the first show ever to celebrate higher education as the ultimate american prize, asserts an official release.

Also slated are the new seasons of the kooky family comedies My Wife and Kids, Malcolm in the Middle, the medical drama Grey's Anatomy and paranormal series Most Haunted, adds the release.

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