Astro Warna

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Astro Warna
Astro Warna HD.png
Country Malaysia
Broadcast area Malaysia
Picture format 16:9 HDTV (1080i)
Owner Astro
Sister channels Astro Ria
Astro Prima
Astro Oasis
Astro Citra
Astro Rania
Astro Aura
Astro Ceria
Launched1 July 2009 (SD)
11 May 2017 (HD)
Closed12 April 2021 (SD) (Astro & NJOI)
1 April 2022 (HD) (Kristal-Astro)
myFreeview Channel 154 (HD) (available on 20 November 2022)

Astro Warna is a 24-hour Malaysian television network in Malaysia. Launch On 1 June 2009, this channel airs local and international comedy programs. It is broadcast on the Astro satellite television platform as part of the Mustika Pack via Channel 132.


Before launching Astro Warna, all local comedy programs were shown on either Astro Ria or Astro Prima. After launching Astro Warna, almost all local comedy programs shown on their existing Malay channels moved to Astro Warna, although some programs such as Raja Lawak Astro continued to be shown on Astro Prima for its fourth and fifth season, before moving to Astro Warna in its sixth season.

Astro Warna HD is the simulcast HD version of Astro Warna. It was launched on 11 May 2017 for all Astro customers that subscribed to HD service with Mustika Pack on channel 124. Previously, their programs on HD were shown on Astro Mustika HD, leaving the latter to focus on their other two channels. [1] Astro Mustika HD has rebranded to Astro Citra HD on 1 October 2018, but, they moved to channel 126 in this situation.


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  1. "Astro Warna is now available in HD from 11 May 2017".