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AXN Thrillionaire awards celebrates the fandom for the top English shows

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MUMBAI: After a successful stint with the Action Awards, AXN is back with yet another on air property —AXN Thrillionaire awards. Unlike other Indian awards, AXN Thrillionaire is an award for the viewers who love international English content. Through these awards, AXN will hunt for the biggest AXN Total Thrill Junkie [TTJ] and provide the winner an opportunity to be on the sets of The Voice in Los Angeles.



Lisa Haydon, whose performing career spans movies, television and the stage, will host the AXN Thrillioniare Awards. From her film debut with Ayesha and second outing as an actress in 'Rascals, Kingfisher’s sultry model is all set to now play a pivotal role in the movie Queen. Watch out for the excitement, spontaneity and thrill that Lisa Haydon will bring to the show.



Commenting on the pioneering initiative, Sunil Punjabi, Business Head, AXN India says, “We are ecstatic to introduce the very first edition of the AXN Thrillioniare Awards. As one of the pioneers in the English entertainment genre in India, we wanted to reward the AXN fans for their relentless love and fandom for the shows on AXN. Through this initiative, we intend to celebrate and thank the AXN viewers for their unconditional support and hope our viewers are just as thrilled as we are. We believe that Lisa Haydon is the perfect host for the show as she truly defines the class that AXN stands for. Moreover, her versatility and charisma will serve her very well as the host of AXN Thrillionaire Awards.”



With the Thrillionaire Awards, AXN continues the format of voting wherein the fans will play the most important role of choosing their favorites from the various categories. To find out more on the nominees and the voting procedure, viewers can log on to www.axnawards.com.

Log on to catch a dose of action entertainment only on AXN!



 Categories:



•    Thrilling moments

•    Thrilling premieres

•    Thrilling series

•    Thrilling Reality

•    Thrilling gang

•    Thrilling man

•    Thrilling woman



Watch out for the toxic amalgamation of thrill, adventure and the alluring Lisa Haydon only on AXN Thrillionaire Awards.



About AXN

Backed by the powerhouse of Sony Pictures Entertainment, AXN is the first 24 hour cable and satellite TV channel in Asia exclusively dedicated to action and adventure programming. Launched in 1998 in India, it is a leading English general entertainment destination among upscale, affluent adults aged 18-44. The channel delivers four distinctive types of programming which includes the latest global hit series, action movie blockbusters, latest seasons of adventure-reality and lifestyle sports programs and innovative AXN original productions. The channel not only enjoys a high penetration and viewership in the metros, but is also popular in tier II and tier III cities and reaching 110 million viewers in India yearly. As promised by the brand, AXN brings to its viewers intelligent, edgy, exciting, unpredictable, high energy and an unparalleled entertainment experience.



AXN India is wholly owned by Sony Pictures Entertainment, and managed by SPE Networks – Asia. Visit www.axn-india.com for more information.

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