ByAshlyn Brown, writer at Creators.co
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Ashlyn Brown

Weekends are days specifically designed for relaxation – switch-off all work related activities and have some fun kind of days. If reclining on a comfy couch watching your favourite TV shows gives you the most relief from stress, so be it. To that effect, all the Telugu serial watchers in Australia can look forward to a string of entertaining TV shows offered by MAA TV. Here are a few popular Telugu weekend shows you can watch:

Super Singer 9 is a music reality show designed to bring out the best singing talent to the fore and offer the singers a springboard for their dreams in the presence of eminent judges Mano, Chandrabose, R.P Patnaik, and Goreti Venkanna. Anchored by the beautiful actress, Sreemukhi, the show airs twice a week on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 9.30pm. Over the seasons, the show has attracted amazing vocalists from across the state, thereby grabbing the attention of both the movie industry and the public.

Connexion is an exciting game conducted by Suma, one of the most popular hosts of the Telugu TV industry. It is a game wherein the contestants try and find connections between a range of images presented by the organizers in several rounds to reach the ultimate jackpot. The show started its first season on 26th April 2015. It airs every Friday at 8pm and regularly features celebrities from the television industry as contestants. One of the recently telecast episodes featured Ravi-Satya, Rohini-Abhiram and Sampoornesh Babu-Rajesh.

Hara Hara Mahadeva – Shambo Shankara is a mythical and stunning depiction of the legends of Lord Shiva also known as Mahadev, and his different avatars. The premise is sourced from the puranas and inspired by the works of mythologist, Devdutt Pattnaik. It is visually appealing and is beautifully adapted as a TV series by scriptwriters Utkarsh Naithini and Mihir Bhuta. Originally telecast in Hindi as Devon ka dev Mahadev, the show was dubbed into various languages including Telugu. The show is on air Monday through Friday at 5 pm. Watch the riveting love story of Mahadev and Shakti bloom against the opposition of her father and lay testimony to the God’s epic journey.

Live streaming of Telugu TV in Australia makes it possible for you to enjoy an uninterrupted viewing experience of these popular shows, which is a great way to spend your weekend. It is a real weekend treat for the Indians in Australia to be able to watch a great assortment of entertaining and diverse shows any time without worrying about missing even an episode of your favourite programs.

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