After much anticipation, Epic, a new TV channel venture based on Indian history, mythology and folklore,finally went on air last month. It is the first genre specific Hindi entertainment channel that celebrates the country’s rich culture and
ancient history with astounding tales retold in an entertaining manner and compelling narrative“We aim to bring a whole new experience for the television viewers with an innovative segmented Hindi entertainment channel. With a contemporary take on the rich history of India, our objective is to give the audiences an opportunity to consume genre-specific content to suit their liking,” said Mahesh Samat, founder and managing director, Epic Television Networks Pvt. Ltd.
The EPIC Channel goes on air with its four key shows: Siyaasat, Dharmakshetra, Dariba Diaries and Daanav Hunters. It also has an interesting mix of non-fiction shows like Adrishya, a show about Indian spies, Ekaant, the story of abandoned places while Raja Rasoi Aur Anya Kahaniyaan takes you on a journey of the food that the Royals ate and Kahi Suni explores the myths and legends of India.