Polsat TV airs a variety of programs such as TV series, films, sports news and weather forecasts. TV series hat air on Polsat include "Dlaczego Ja?," "Misja Sto?ówka," "S?oiki" and "Poznaj Swoje Prawa."
Polsat TV is a Polish commercial television channel, which was the first of its kind to receive a license to broadcast nationwide in Poland. Polsat TV had its first broadcast trial on Dec. 1, 1992, and four days later, on Dec. 5, 1992 at 16:30, it started broadcasting officially from a studio in Hilversum, the Netherlands. It had to broadcast from the Netherlands because it was the only way to reach the Polish audience without violating the law in Poland. Originally, its name was stylized as "PolSat," but starting on Oct. 1, 1994, the letter "S" has become a lower-case letter. The same day, the company changed the logo of Polsat TV to the sun.
On Jan. 27, 1994, The National Council of Radio and Television of Poland granted Polsat TV the license to broadcast nationwide in Poland, which broke the monopoly of public television on nationwide terrestrial broadcasting.
"Dlaczego Ja?" is one of the TV series on Polsat TV. Its name translates to "Why Me?" in English. The TV series aired from March 15, 2010 to April 24, 2015, and was based on a German TV series named "Verdachtsfälle." It tells the stories of how fate affects people's lives. In the series, the main characters who have a quiet life suddenly fall into tragedy that turns everything upside down. They have to try to solve their problems and start all over again.