Pogo (TV channel)

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Pogo
POGO-logo.png
Launched1 January 2004; 15 years ago (1 January 2004)
Owned byThe Cartoon Network, Inc.
(Turner International India)
CountryIndia
LanguageHindi
Tamil
Telugu
Broadcast areaIndia
Nepal
Bhutan
Sri Lanka
Bangladesh
HeadquartersMumbai, India
Sister channel(s)Cartoon Network
WB Channel
HBO
CNN International
CNN-News18
WebsiteOfficial Website
Availability
Satellite
Tata Sky (India)Channel 670
Dish TV (India)Channel 955
Airtel Digital TV (India)Channel 451
Videocon D2H (India)Channel 509
Sun Direct (India)Channel 524
Dialog TV (Sri Lanka)Channel 44
Dish TV Sri LankaChannel 2708
Cable
HathwayChannel 401
Asianet DigitalChannel 328
ICC Digital Network (Pune)Channel 415
IN DigitalChannel 320
Sreedevi DigitalChannel 344

Pogo is an Indian cable and satellite television channel owned by Turner International India, a unit of WarnerMedia which primarily shows animated programming and some live-action shows. It is based in Mumbai, Maharashtra.[citation needed]

In Thailand, Pogo is available as a two-hour block on Family Channel 13.[1]. It is also the sister channel of Cartoon Network (India). Pogo aims to reach 1 million kids across 10 cities in India[2]

Programming[edit]

Current shows[edit]

Reruns[edit]

Former shows[edit]

Live-action/mixed[edit]

Cartoons[edit]

Anime[edit]

Movies[edit]

Chhota Bheem[edit]

Mighty Raju[edit]

  • Mighty Raju vs The Great Pirate
  • Mighty Raju and The Magnetors
  • Mighty Raju and The Commandos
  • Mighty Raju vs Mighty Clone
  • Chak De ! Mighty Raju
  • Game Over Mighty Raju
  • Mighty Raju In School's Cool
  • Mighty Raju In Aryanagar Underwater
  • Mighty Raju In Battery Low
  • Mighty Raju: Aamna Samna
  • Mighty Raju: Bachhon Ka Khel
  • Mighty Raju: Space Race
  • Mighty Raju: Chhutti Ho Gayi
  • Mighty Raju: 3 Villains
  • Mighty Raju: Superhero School
  • Mighty Raju: Hijack
  • Mighty Raju: Mighty Khiladi Raju
  • Mighty Raju: Time Travel
  • Mighty Raju: Ice Ice Mighty
  • Mighty Raju Aur Alien Dost

Specials[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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