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Star World Premiere HD kick-starts the New Year with brand new offerings

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MUMBAI: Star World Premiere HD, India’s premium English entertainment channel is known to bring some of the best and latest English television series. It is the only channel in India to bring all their television shows right after its international telecast. Taking this offering a notch higher, Star World Premiere HD has now started airing the latest shows all seven days of the week, with 4 hours of the most popular shows for audiences to catch every day.

The channel that is home to 70+ new shows and offers over 1000 hours of fresh content to its viewers has acquired some of the most anticipated shows of 2016, day and date, making it ‘the’ channel to look out for in 2016.

Star World Premiere HD will be enticing longstanding fans of the cult sci-fi series – The X-Files, with the all-new The X-Files: Event Series premiering on the channel on 30 January 2016. Marking its momentous return on global television, the series will pick up with a developed plot-line to match new-age conspiracies and technology; not to forget the ever-famous Mulder-Scully pair and what they have come to be 13 years on, on the show.

Ace comedians, Louis C.K. and Zach Galifianakis come together for the first time on television with a brand new comedy, Baskets. The show will be marking its premiere on 24 January 2016 and stars actor and co-creator of the show, Zach as the protagonist Chip Baskets. Audiences that have long known Zach for his role as Alan of the Hangover series will now witness him in an all-new avatar of Chip Baskets. He will be portraying a man aspiring to become a professional clown but has to settle for a gig at the rodeo when he loses the opportunity to attend a prestigious Parisian clown academy.

Cooper Barrett's Guide to Surviving Life falls next in line with its premiere on 24 January 2016. The show is an American comedy television series that follows Cooper Barrett (Jack Cutmore-Scott) as he figures out his life beyond hedonistic behavior. It revolves around Barrett, his friends and family as they try finding out the real meaning to life while overcoming complex situations.

The creators of popular series Glee, American Horror Story and Scream Queens bring their new show, The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story which will be premiering on Star World Premiere HD on 8 February 2016. The show comprises of an invincible cast of John Travolta, David Schwimmer, Cuba Gooding Jr., Sarah Paulson, Selma Blair, Jordana Brewster, Bruce Greenwood, Nathan Lane and many more. With a distinct and true plot-line, the show focuses on America’s most sensational and publicized criminal hearing - the O.J. Simpson trial, with a riveting look at what really happened behind the scenes from the lawyers' perspective.

Not last, neither the least, Martin Scorsese’s foray into television will also be marked with his debut show Vinyl premiering on the channel this February. One of the biggest shows on television in 2016, Scorsese has collaborated with rock n roll legend Mick Jagger to produce Vinyl and this will mark the television debut of Jagger’s son James Jagger too alongside prominent actors Bobby Cannavale, Olivia Wilde, Ray Romano amongst others. Set in the 1970s of New York City, Vinyl follows the uproarious character of Richie Finestra as he looks to bring the music genre into a new era, while trying not to let his company fall under or let his work interfere with his drug and alcohol use.

With English television entertainment and Hollywood’s finest on Star World Premiere HD, the channel promises these offerings as just the beginning of an enthralling television-viewing experience.

After all, why hold back when you can walk side by side with the world’s best television series right here on Star World Premiere HD – home to day and date viewing!

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