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Zee Café ushers in the festivities with new seasons of shows
MUMBAI: This festive season, English channel Zee Café promises to offer its viewers oodles of entertainment in the form of a series of family-friendly shows.
‘The Good Wife’ makes a comeback on Zee Café with the sixth season. It kicks off on 26 November and airs from Monday to Thursday at 11 pm.
Viewers can also follow the lives of vampires on ‘The Vampire Diaries 7’. An elite group of FBI agents analyse ‘Criminal Minds’ in an effort to anticipate their next moves before they strike again.
Niranjan Iyengar indulges in a tete-a-tete, with celebrities on the seventh season of ‘Look Who’s Talking with Niranjan’. Also, bid adieu to the original vampire family with the Season 2 finale of ‘The Originals’.
Zee Café introduces two new shows ‘Selfie’ and ‘Young and Hungry’ in November. Viewers can watch the entire series on 8 and 22 November respectively. ‘The Astronaut Wives Club’ airs every Saturday and Sunday at 10 pm from 28 November.
On Sunday, Jack Black impersonates a substitute teacher and turns a class of fifth grade high-achievers into high-voltage rock and rollers on ‘School of Rock’ on 1 November at 10 am.
‘Pretty Woman’ will present an improbable love affair on 29 November at 10 am.
To tickle the funny bone, the channel airs ‘Two And a Half Men’ and ‘The Millers’ Seasons 1 and 2, Monday to Friday, from 8–9 pm. The ninth season of ‘The Big Bang Theory’ airs every Saturday at 9 pm.