(Kalaignar TV, Mondays, 6 p.m.)
The new soap centres on a young couple forced to tie the knot for various reasons. The cast includes Deepak, Sreeja, Akila, Jayamani, Sopnam, Ranjani and Venkatesh.
(Makkal TV, Sunday, 2 p.m.)
This Iranian feature film deals with the plight of Leila, a newly wed woman, who doesn't conceive immediately after her marriage. Her mother-in-law turns against her, and tries to get her son remarried. What follows is a heart-rending story.
(Sri Sankara TV, Tuesday and Thursday, 4 p.m.)
Here's a platform to promote classical music talent in children in the age group of 5 and 15. Watch the youngsters display their talent with confidence!
(PolimerTV, Wednesday to Sunday, 1 p.m.)
This week, recipes typical to the Karaikkudi region will be shared with viewers.
Ultimate Guinness World Record
(Polimer TV, Monday to Friday, 6.30 p.m.)
Who's the bravest? Who is the strongest? Who has the longest nails? Weird, awesome, breath-taking and more… that's what this exciting series brings to viewers from July 12.
(Polimer TV, Sundays, 8 p.m.)
The next episode of this talent hunt will see some unusual performances. One is by David who draws an image of Jesus Christ on water. Also watch Jai Karnataka's Malakamba team showcase its acrobatic skills.
(Jaya TV, Monday-Friday, 8 p.m.)
The plot of ‘Vandhalae Magarasi' revolves round the marriage of Sravanan and Meena that happens under extraordinary circumstances. Saravanan has no soft corner for his wife, who is hailed by the rest of the family as a lucky girl. Just as Saravanan wonders whether he is doing the right thing by spurning Meena, lands a girl calling herself his lover. Watch the drama unfold…
(Jaya TV, Monday to Friday, 7.30 a.m.)
The 7th Annual Balabrahmam festival jointly presented by Jaya TV and Ramjhi's Isai Mazhalai, will be telecast from July 12. The programme showcases children from Tamil Nadu performing Carnatic music, daily for three weeks (till July 30). Inaugurated by Chitraveena Ravikiran, it has Srimushnam Raja Rao as the chief guest.
(Captain TV, Monday to Friday, 9.30 p.m.)
Viewers get to air their thoughts on various issues and convey their best wishes to friends and family. Those interested can send their questions to email@example.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org
( Captain TV, Monday to Friday, 7 p.m.)
Lakshmi Ammal, a bold grandmother from a village in Tuticorin, brings up her five grandsons after her son's death. Her dream is to see the brothers live together in harmony like the Pandavas. Soon, the men marry and troubles begin.
Will Lakshmi Ammal's dream come true or will it remain just a dream? Veteran actor Manorama plays Lakshmi Ammal and supporting her are Shankar Ganesh, Vizhudhugal S. Latha, Mahalakshmi, Uma Maheswari and others.
(Vijay TV, Friday and Saturday, 9 p.m.)
Jodi No. 1 –Season 4 has a new judge… actor-dancer Shobana, who joins Radhika. The competition gets tougher with every round. The four remaining Jodis will perform Shadow dance this week .
Super Singer –3
(Vijay TV, Monday to Thursday, 9 p.m.)
Auditions for the third season of the music game show took place in Chennai where thousands of aspiring singers participated.
Those interested can also send their voice recorded on a CD / cassette or attend the audition set to take place in the coming weeks at Tiruchi and Coimbatore.
Playback singers Srinivas, Unni Krishnan and Sujatha are the judges.
(Zee Tamil, daily, 1.30 p.m.)
The travelling cookery show Anjarai Petti hosted by Kaushik and Arun, completes 200 episodes.
Aparna Pillai, producer of Anjarai Petti, is happy with the response to the show which covers non-metro centres of the State.