CID, The longest running show to go off air from the 27th October

CID one of longest-running show on entire indin television industry and a favorite of each and every television lovers will go off the air. The channel has announced the news. The last episodes of the show will air on 27th October. Here are complete details about the CID. Also check out complete details below.

CID Season 2 coming back after ending the 1st season on 27th October

Having completed 20 years, CID is the longest running cult show on Sony entertainment television. It has been a great journey so far, along with teh fireworks production. And CID will take an intermittent break starting October 28th” a statement from the channel said. Sony announced this heartbreaking news on Twitter.

But according to reports, the thrilling tv show CID  will back with their new season. The new season of the show will feature more contextual cases to give audiences a thrilling experience. The 2nd editions of the CID will come back with a new look and fresh concept. So, stay tuned for more details.

The television show was started in 1997 and have completed their 20 years. CID  is an Indian police procedural television series about Maharashtra and Mumbai’s crime investigation department. While B. Singh is the creator of teh series.

The series stars Shivaji Satam as AP Pradyuman, Aditya Shrivastav. And Dayanand Shetty as senior inspector Abhijjet and daya. While Dinesh Phadnis as inspector Fredricks and Narendra Gupta as dr. Salunkhe. the series was started during the rise of Sony channel. So, CID has contributed to the success of the channel. The television show CID has completed their 1,500 episode on 25th of February.

The series is an investigative series consisting of criminal cases that are solved by the criminal investigation department. It featured elite Quadro of an officer, who pursue criminal through detailed investigation along with their sub-inspector.

The series was loved by millions of people. Fans are not happy about the news. Stay tuned for more updates.

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