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WITNESS A THRILLING OCTOBER WITH THE MOST SPECTACULAR SHOWS ONLY ON AXN

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MUMBAI:  This festive season, AXN brings to you popular shows on television. The  number one drama series for four years in a row in the US, NCIS airing Mon- Thurs at 10 pm, from 6th October and the 10thseason of the thrilling drama, Supernatural airing every Saturday at 10 pm from 11th October.

The winner of the 2014 International TV Audience Award (Drama TV series) NCIS is the most watched drama series in the world. An American police procedural drama television series, NCIS revolves around a fictional team of special agents from the Naval Criminal Investigative Service, which conducts criminal investigations involving the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps. The Major Case Response Team (MCRT) includes Leroy Jethro Gibbs, Senior Special Agent, Anthony "Tony" D. DiNozzo Senior the field agent on the team, Abigail "Abby" Sciuto working as a Forensics specialist, Timothy "Tim" McGee, the special agent and the team's technology specialist and agent Caitlin Todd (Sasha Alexendar).

Living upto the promise of bringing in exceptional content, AXN continues to bring the latest international shows close to their US premiers in their ‘Not So Ordinary Weekend’ slot. 9 successful seasons and three Emmy Nominees later, the thrilling journey of the Winchester brothers continues as Supernatural enters its tenth season which will air on 11th October at 10PM, close to its US premiere. Starring Jared Padalecki as Sam Winchester and Jensen Ackles as Dean Winchester, Supernatural is still one of the powerful fan-driven shows on air. With the premiere of Season 10, Dean (JENSEN ACKLES) is living it up as a demon and running amok with Crowley, while Sam hits rock bottom in the search for his brother.

Commenting on the same, Sony Pix and AXN India executive vice president and business head Saurabh Yagnik said “NCIS is the longest running and most watched crime drama series and we are giving our viewers to watch all seasons from the start. Every episode of the series has a new case and a new thrill and by introducing NCIS at 10pm on weekdays, we aim at getting a stronger hold of our leadership in that timeslot. From the very first season, Supernatural has been captivating fans with great battles. The obvious battle, considering the name of the series, is good vs. evil or, in this case, natural vs. supernatural. With the latest season of Supernatural and going by the ever growing fan base of the Winchester brothers, we are hoping to take this show to the all-new level. 9 successful seasons and many accolades later, we promise more adventure as we air Supernatural Season 10 close to US.”

The thrill does not stop just here. Coming up soon on AXN will be Season 3 of the award winning show Elementary, starring Johnny Lee Miller (as Sherlock Holmes) and Lucy Liu (As Dr. Watson) based in New York. From the creators of The Sopranos will be an American police procedural series, Blue Bloods, a drama about a multi-generational family of cops dedicated to New York City law enforcement.

Catch all the drama and watch the mysteries unfold with team NCIS starting 6th Oct, Mon- Thurs at 10 pm and the switch on to most awaited premiere of Supernatural – Season 10 on 11th Oct, Sat at 10 pm only on AXN India!

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