Malaysian TV Dramas
Talking about the TV dramas and channels, like other countries, the broadcasting of dramas is made reliable in Malaysia through Satellite system and Terrestrial. The dramas and movies stream on TV through different channels.
The Malaysian dramas were broadcast on December 28, 1963, on TV. Transmissions in Malaysia were black-and-white when Colour television was launched on December 28, 1978. Later, Full-time Colour transmissions were introduced on January 01, 1982. In the beginning, the TV channels did not provide 24-hour streaming. It was first-time launched by TV3 in 1997. Later, the process was discontinued in order to save energy. The television stations make streaming smoother and faster in August 2012 and provide 24-hour broadcasting. Tonton Live Episods Of Malay Dramas.
TV Channels in Malaysia
Many TV channels broadcast their transmission in Malaysia. These TV channels contain dramas in different languages like Malay, English, Chinese, Tamil, and more.
There are eight TV channels which provide free transmission all over the nation while there are two television channels which require national pay subscription in Malaysia. In East Malaysia, the channels of four free-to-air stations are broadcast while the other four are accessible only in West Malaysia. The most popular TV channels are TV3, TV9, TV2, 8TV, TV1, NTV7, Astro Ria, Sun TV, Astro Prima, and Astro Ceria. Many stations are also established from neighboring countries which provide digital and analog transmission.
There are five Subscription providers which provide a different number of channels and coverage across Malaysia. These channels contain different faculties like programme guide (EPG), VOD (video on demand), HD (high-definition), and interactive television with the help of the Red Button.
- Analogue terrestrial
- Digital terrestrial
- unifi TV
It is free-to-air and broadcast more than 7 TV channels. These channels do not provide video on demand (VOD), high-definition (HD), and Red Button.
The subscription providers allow the free-to-air transmission and broadcast eight channels. These channels provide video on demand (VOD), high-definition (HD), and Red Button.
Astro Ria Live streaming provider which provide 206 channels including television channels and Radio. Some of the channels are free-to-air while some require a subscription fee. It provides Digital satellite and IPTV transmission. The TV channels contain VOD, HD, and Red Button.
It is a free satellite TV network which broadcast 83 channels including Radio and TV channels. It does not provide VOD and give access to high-definition (HD), and Red Button. It gives Digital satellite transmission.
It provides free subscription while some TV channels require a subscription fee. It promotes 85 channels containing Radio and other TV channels. It broadcast IPTV (Internet Protocol Television) transmission.
Malaysian Dramas Story
The story of Malaysian dramas mostly based on reality. Different Tv channels provide transmission and Malaysian dramas and movies streamed on television. It also contains dramas and movies of the genre like romance, comedy, action, adventure, fantasy, historical, and more. Some dramas have subtitles in English and other languages also.
Most popular Malaysian Dramas
There are many Malaysians dramas which gain popularity but some of them are as follow: which were player at Kepala Bergetar.
The story of this drama is centered on action and drama. It revolves around an elite unit of the Royal Malaysian Navy’s mission.
It is the story of Milea and Dilan who met in high school in Bandung in 1990. Milea moved from Jakarta to Bandung when the two meet and start their journey.
This drama serial contains action and drama. The story revolves around Tombiruo who struggle to get revenge for his father’s death. He finds out the killer of his father and punishes them.
It is the popular drama of 2018 which contain comedy, crime, and drama. The story follows the life of Village boy called Theva who fall in love with Vithya. The new twist in the story bring change in his life and he realizes that everything around him is a pool of mystery. His life takes a turn and he was used by his Boss for the wrong agenda.
Reclaim is a Malaysian drama starred by John Cusack, Ryan Phillippe, Rachelle Lefevre, and Jacki Weaver. The story follows a desperate American couple who discover that everything seems to be different from its appearance. They risk their lives for the survival of their daughter.