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List of Philippine television shows

This is a list of television shows and television programs that are produced in the Philippines.

Arts and culture[edit]

 Art Angel (2004–2011; GMA)

 Art Is Kool (2002)[1]

 Art Jam (2005–2006; ABS-CBN)

 Hometown: Doon Po Sa Amin (UNTV)[2]

 MagTV (for provinces only) (ABS-CBN)

 Noypi, Ikaw Ba To?

 Sining Gising

 Tropang Potchi (GMA)

Child- and/or youth-oriented[edit]

 5 and Up (1992–2003; GMA)

 Ang TV (1992-1997; ABS-CBN)

 ATBP (ABS-CBN)

 BAGETS (TV5)
 Batang Kaharian

 Batibot (RPN 9; 1984–1990, PTV 4; 1990–1993, ABS-CBN; 1993–1994, PTV 4; 1994–1997, GMA; 1995–2001, TV5; 2010–2013)

 as Batang Batibot (1995–2001; GMA)

 Bayani (ABS-CBN; 1995 - ?)

 Berks (ABS-CBN)

 Bread Tambayan[3]

 Buttercup (ABS-CBN)

 Chikiting Patrol

 Click (1999; GMA)[4]

 Epol Apple (1999–2004) ABS-CBN

 Five and a Half (2007–2008; Studio 23)

 F.L.A.M.E.S" (1997-2002; ABS-CBN, TFC delayed 1997-2003)

 G-Mik (ABS-CBN)

 Gimik (1996–1999; ABS-CBN)

 Goin' Bulilit (2005–present; ABS-CBN)

 Growing Up" (2011; ABS-CBN)

 Happyland (2009-2010 GMA)
 Hey! It's Saberdey (TV5)

 Hirayamanawari (1995–2003)

 Joyride (2004–2005; GMA)

 Kids To Go (1998; RPN9)

 Klasrum: Ibang Klase 'To (2014; UNTV)

 The KNC Show[5]

 Koko Kwik Kwak (1999–2000; GMA)[6]

 Let's Go (ABS-CBN)

 Lovely Day (2004-2009; GMA)[7]

 Luv U (2012-2016; ABS-CBN)

 Mahiwagang Baul (2005; GMA)[8]

 Math Tinik (1997; ABS-CBN, ?; Studio 23)[9]

 Mga Kwento ni Lola Basyang (2007; GMA)

 Pahina (ABS-CBN)

 Pidol's Wonderland (TV5)

 Sineskwela (ABS-CBN and Studio 23)[10]

 Sirit (2007; ABS-CBN)
 Star Magic Presents (ABS-CBN)

 Tara Tena (ABS-CBN)

 Tropang Potchi (GMA)

 Tween Hearts (2010–2012; GMA)

 Wansapanataym (1997–2005, 2006–2007, 2010–present; ABS-CBN)[11]

Comedy[edit]

 1 For 3

 13, 14, 15

 Aalog-Alog (2006; ABS-CBN)

 Abangan ang Susunod na Kabanata

 Alabang Girl

 All Together Now (2003-2004; GMA)

 Andres de Saya

 Ang Manok ni San Pedro (1986; IBC 13)

 Ang TV (1992–1997; ABS-CBN)

 Ang TV 2 (2001-2003; ABS-CBN)

 Ano Bang Hanap Mo (IBC 13; 2006–2007)
 Attagirl (ABS-CBN)

 Bahay Mo Ba 'To (2004–2007; GMA)

 Baltic & Co. (1974–1976)

 Banana Sundae (2008–present; ABS-CBN)

 Baywalk (QTV)

 Beh Bote Nga (1999–2003; GMA)

 Betty and the Beast

 Bida Si Mister, Bida Si Misis (2003)[12]

 Bidang Kontrabida

 Billy Bilyonaryo

 Bistek

 Bitoy's Adventures

 Bitoy's Bilib Ka Ba?

 Bitoy's Funniest Videos (2004-2009; GMA)

 a.k.a. Bitoy's Funniest Home Videos, Bitoy's Funniest Videos: Yari ka

 Bitoy's World (2001; GMA)

 Bora: Sons of the Beach (2005; ABS-CBN)
 Bubble Gang (1995–present; GMA)

 Bubble Gang Jr. (2005; GMA)[13]

 Buddy en Sol

 Cafeteria Aroma

 Chicks to Chicks

 Champoy

 Da Boy en Da Girl (2002-2003; GMA)[14]

 Daddy Di Do Du (2001–2007; GMA)

 Dalawang Tisoy (2007; RPN)

 Dear Uge (2016-present; GMA)

 E Kasi Babae

 Everybody Hapi (2008–2010; TV5)

 Exclusive Champoy

 Four Da Boys

 Ful Haus (2007–2009; GMA)

 Goin' Bananas

 Goin' Bulilit (2005–present; ABS-CBN)
 Gudtaym (2006; ABS-CBN)

 H3O: Ha Ha Ha Over (2005–2007; QTV)

 Hapi ang Buhay (2016; Net 25)

 Hapi-er Togeder (TV5)

 Haybol Rambol

 Hokus Pokus (2005; GMA)

 Home Along Da Airport (2003–2005; ABS-CBN)[15]

 Home Along Da Riles (1992–2003; ABS-CBN)[16]

 I Laugh Sabado

 Idol Ko si Kap (2000–2005; GMA)

 Iskul Bukol (1977–1990; IBC, 2011–2012; TV5)

 Ismol Family (2014–present; GMA)

 John En Marsha (1973–1990; RPN)

 John en Shirley (2006–2007: ABS-CBN)

 Kami Naman

 Kaya ni Mister, Kaya ni Misis (1997–2001; ABS-CBN)[17]

 Kemis: Kay Misis Umaasa (2007)
 Kiss Muna (2000)[18]

 Kool Ka Lang (1999–2003; GMA)

 Kulit Bulilit

 Lagot Ka, Isusumbong Kita (2003–2007; GMA)

 Let's Go (2006–2007; ABS-CBN)

 Lokomoko (2008–2013; TV5)

 a.k.a. Lokomoko High, Lokomoko U

 Luv U (2012–present; ABS-CBN)

 My Juan and Only

 My Darling Aswang (2010–2011; TV5)

 Naks! (2004; GMA)[19]

 Nuts Entertainment (2003–2008; GMA)

 Ober Da Bakod (1992–1997; GMA)

 OGAG (mid 90s; TV5)

 Ok Fine 'To Ang Gusto Nyo (2003-2005; ABS-CBN)

 Ok 'Tol

 Okay Ka, Fairy Ko! (1987-1989; RPN, 1989-1995; ABS-CBN, 1995-1997; GMA) [20]
 Oki Doki Doc (1993–2000; ABS-CBN)[21]

 a.k.a. Ok Fine! Whatever, Ok Fine! Oh Yes

 Palibhasa Lalake (1991–2000; ABS-CBN)[22]

 Pepito Manaloto (2010–2012; GMA)

 Pepito Manaloto: Ang Tunay na Kwento (2012–present; GMA)

 Project 11 (2006; QTV)

 Pugad Baboy

 Quizon Avenue (2005–2006; ABS-CBN)

 Rock and Roll 2000

 Show Me Da Manny (2009–2011; GMA)

 Si Tsong, Si Tsang (1997–1998; GMA)

 Spice Boys

 Starzan

 Super Laff-in (ABS-CBN)

 Tarajing Potpot

 Tanging Ina (2003; ABS-CBN)[23]

 Tipitipitim Tipitom
 Toda Max (2011–2013; ABS-CBN)

 T.O.D.A.S.

 Tropa Mo Ko Unli (2013–present; TV5)

 Tropang Trumpo (1994–1999; ABC (now TV5))

 TVJ on 5

 Vampire Ang Daddy Ko (2013–present; GMA)

 Whattamen

 Wow Mali! (1996–present; TV5)

 Yes, Yes Show! (2004–2005; ABS-CBN)[24]

Current affairs[edit]

 100% Pinoy (2006–2008; GMA)

 Agenda (2015–present; CNN Philippines)

 Alas Singko Y Medya (1995-2002; ABS-CBN)

 Astig! (2011-2012, 2013–present; TV5)

 At Your Service-Star Power (2004–2005; GMA, 2005–2007; QTV)

 formerly known as At Your Service

 Bawat Pinoy Kapamilya
 Bitag (2002; AksyonTV/TV5, UNTV)

 renamed Bitag Live

 Biyaheng Langit

 Breakfast

 Cerge For Truth

 Daybreak (2014-2015; 9TV)

 formerly known as Solar Daybreak

 Dayo (2013–present; TV5)

 Demolition Job (2013–present; TV5)

 Dong Puno Kalibre 41 (2011-2013; AksyonTV)

 Failon Ngayon (2009–present; ABS-CBN)

 Good Morning Club (TV5, 2012–2014)

 Good Morning Kuya[25]

 Healthline

 History with Lourd (2013–present; TV5)

 Ikaw at Ang Batas

 The Inside Story (1990–1998; ABS-CBN)
 Isumbong mo kay Tulfo / Isumbong mo (Tulfo Brothers)

 Kalusugan TV

 Kasangga Mo Ang Langit (1998)[26]

 Kay Susan Tayo (2003–2009; GMA)

 Knowledge Power (ABS-CBN)

 Legal Help Desk (2012–2016, ETC, Solar News Channel/9TV/CNN Philippines)

 Lukso Ng Dugo

 Magandang Gabi, Bayan (1988–2005; ABS-CBN)

 Magandang Umaga, Bayan (2002–2005; ABS-CBN)

 Magandang Umaga, Pilipinas (2005–2007; ABS-CBN)

 Matanglawin (2008–present; ABS-CBN)

 MedTalk (2013–present, ETC & Solar News Channel/9TV/CNN Philippines)

 Mga Kwento ni Marc Logan (2014–present, ABS-CBN)

 Mukha (2014–present, ABS-CBN News Channel & ABS-CBN

 News.PH (2013–present; ETC, Solar News Channel/9TV/CNN Philippines)

 Numero (2013–present; TV5)

 Palaban
 Pinoy Records (2007–2010: GMA)

 Profiles (2015–present; CNN Philippines)

 Ratsada

 Rescue 5 (2013–present; TV5)

 RxMen (QTV)

 Salamat Dok! (2004–present; ABS-CBN)

 Sapul sa Singko (2010–2012; TV5)

 Serbisyo All Access (2014-2015; Solar News Channel/9TV)

 also known as CNN Philippines Serbisyo All Access (2015–present; CNN Philippines)

 S.O.C.O. (Scene of the Crime Operatives) (2005–present; ABS-CBN)

 T3: Enforced (2011–present; TV5)

 Tayuhan Mo At Paninindigan (2011-2012; AksyonTV)

 Umagang Kay Ganda (2007–present; ABS-CBN)

 Unang Hirit (1999–present; GMA)

 Wanted (2011–2012; TV5)

Documentaries[edit]

 Balitang K (1996–2001; ABS-CBN)
 Calvento Files (1995–1998; ABS-CBN)

 Case Unclosed (2008–2010; GMA)

 Cebu Report

 The Correspondents (1998–2010; ABS-CBN)

 Dokumentado (2010–2011; TV5, 2011–present; AksyonTV)

 Emergency (1995–2009; GMA)

 Footprints

 Gus Abelgas: Nag-Uulat

 I Survived (2009–2010; ABS-CBN)

 Imbestigador (2000–present; GMA)

 i-Witness (1999–present; GMA)

 Jessica Soho Reports (2001)[27]

 Kaagapay [28]

 Kapag May Katwiran Ipaglaban Mo / Ipaglaban Mo (1988-1992 IBC 13; 1993-1999 ABS-CBN; 2012–Present ABS-CBN)

 Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho (2004–present; GMA)

 Kay Susan Tayo (2003–2009; GMA, 2011–present; GMA News TV)

 Krusada (2010–2013; ABS-CBN)[29]
 Mobile Kusina (2005)[30]

 Mukha (2014–present; ABS-CBN News Channel & ABS-CBN)

 Nagmamahal, Kapamilya (2006)[31]

 OFW Diaries (2009–2011; GMA)

 Out of Control (2013-2014; GMA)[32]

 Pinoy Abroad (2005–2006; GMA)[33]

 Pinoy Meets World (2006–2009; GMA)

 Pipol

 Private I

 Probe (1987, 2005–2010; ABS-CBN, 1988–2003; GMA, 2004–2005; ABC)

 Rated K (2004–present; ABS-CBN)

 Reel Time

 Reporter's Notebook (2004–present; GMA)

 Simpleng Hiling

 SINE TOTOO: The Best of Serbisyong Totoo (2007)

 S.O.C.O. (Scene of the Crime Operatives) (2005–present; ABS-CBN)

 Tutok Tulfo (2010–2012; TV5)
 USI: Under Special Investigation (2010–2012; TV5)

 Victim

 Victim: Undercover

 What I See

 Wish Ko Lang (2002–present; GMA)

 XXX: Exklusibong, Explosibong, Exposé (2006–2013)

Drama anthologies and series[edit]
Main article: List of telenovelas of ABS-CBN

Main article: List of telenovelas of GMA Network

 1DOL (2010; ABS-CBN)

 Agawin Mo Man Ang Lahat (2006; GMA)

 Agila (1987–1992; RPN and ABS-CBN)

 Akin Pa Rin ang Bukas (2013; GMA)

 Ako si Kim Samsoon (2008; GMA)

 All About Eve (2009; GMA)

 Ang Dalawang Mrs. Real (2014; GMA)[34]

 Anna Karenina * (1996-2002, 2013; GMA) (1996–2002; GMA)[35]

 Anna Liza (1980-1986; GMA)
 Babangon Ako't Dudurugin Kita (2008; GMA)

 Basta't Kasama Kita (2003–2004; ABS-CBN)[36]

 Be Careful With My Heart (2012-2014; ABS-CBN)

 BFGF (2010–2011; TV5)

 Bituin (2002–2003; ABS-CBN)[37]

 Boracay

 The Borrowed Wife (2014; GMA)[38]

 Bridges of Love (2015; ABS-CBN)

 Calla Lily (2006; ABS-CBN)

 Carmela (2014; GMA)

 Cebu

 Daisy Siete (2003–2010; GMA)

 Davao

 Dear Friend (2008–2010; GMA)

 Diva (2010; GMA)

 Dream Dad (2014–present; ABS-CBN)

 Forevermore (2014–2015; ABS-CBN)
 Gaano Kadalas Ang Minsan? (2008; GMA)

 Genesis (2013; GMA)[39]

 Ginintuang Telon

 Got to Believe (2013-2014; ABS-CBN)

 Gulong ng Palad (2006; ABS-CBN)

 The Half Sisters (2014–present; GMA)

 Hawak Kamay (2014; ABS-CBN)

 Heredero

 Hooo U[40]

 Ikaw Lamang (2014; ABS-CBN)

 Ikaw Lang Ang Mamahalin * (2001–2002, 2011–2012; GMA)

 Ikaw Sa Puso Ko (2004; GMA)

 Ikaw Sana (2009; GMA)

 Ilumina (2010; GMA)

 Impostora (2007; GMA)

 Inday Bote (2015; ABS-CBN)

 Innamorata (2014; GMA)
 Juan dela Cruz (2013; ABS-CBN)

 K (IBC)

 Kahit Nasaan Ka Man (2013; GMA)

 Kailan Ba Tama ang Mali? (2015; GMA)

 Kakabakaba

 Kakabakaba Adventures (2004–2005; GMA)[41]

 Kakabaka-Boo?

 Kung Mamahalin Mo Lang Ako (2005; GMA)[42]

 Kung Tayo'y Magkakalayo (2010; ABS-CBN)

 The Legal Wife (2014; ABS-CBN)[43]

 Love Bug (2010; GMA)

 Love Spell (2006–2008; ABS-CBN)

 Love to Love (2003–2006; GMA)

 Luna Mystika (2008–2009; GMA)

 Lyra (1996–1997; GMA)

 Maalaala Mo Kaya (1991–present; ABS-CBN)

 Magpakailanman (2002–2008, 2012–present; GMA)
 Makita Ka Lang Muli (2006–2007; GMA)

 Mangarap Ka

 Mara Clara * (1992–1997, 2010–2011; ABS-CBN)

 Maria Flordeluna (2007; ABS-CBN)

 Maria Morena (1980, BBC 2)

 Maynila (1999–present; GMA)

 Mga Anghel na Walang Langit (2005–2006; ABS-CBN)

 Moon of Desire (2014; ABS-CBN)

 More Than Words (2014-2015; GMA)

 Mula Sa Puso * (1997–1999, 2011; ABS-CBN)

 Mundo Mo'y Akin (2013; GMA)

 My Guardian Abby (2005–2006; QTV)

 Nginiig (2004–2006; ABS-CBN)

 Nita Negrita (2011; GMA)

 Now and Forever (2005–2006; GMA)

 Once Upon a Kiss (2015; GMA)

 Pahiram ng Sandali (2012–2013; GMA)
 Pangako Sa 'Yo (2000–2002, 2006–2007; ABS-CBN)

 Pari 'Koy (2015; GMA)

 Recuerdo de Amor

 Rhodora X (2014; GMA)

 Rod Santiago's The Sisters (2011; TV5)

 Saang Sulok ng Langit (2005)[44]

 Sana ay Ikaw Na Nga * (2001-2003, 2012–2013; GMA)[45]

 Sana Bukas Pa Ang Kahapon (2014; ABS-CBN)[46]

 Sana'y Wala Nang Wakas

 Sandara's Romance

 Sarah, The Teen Princess (2003)[47]

 Seasons of Love

 Second Chances (2015; GMA)

 Sine Novela: Presents (2007–2010; GMA)

 Star Drama Studio Presents: Nora

 Star Magic Presents (2006; ABS-CBN)

 Temptation of Wife (2012-2013; GMA)[48]
 'Til Death Do Us Part (2005; ABS-CBN)

 Two Wives (2014-2015; GMA)

 Ula Ang Batang Gubat (1988- ; IBC 13)

 Una Kang Naging Akin (2008; GMA)

 Valiente * (1992–1995; ABS-CBN, 1995–1997; GMA, 2012; TV5)

 Villa Quintana * (1995–1997, 2013; GMA)

 Wag Kukurap (2004–2006; GMA)

 Yagit (2014–2015; GMA)

 Your Song (2006–2011; ABS-CBN)

Fantasy series[edit]

 The 100 Year Legacy (2013; GMA)

 Agua Bendita (2010; ABS-CBN)

 Alakdana (2011; GMA)

 Amaya (2011–2012; GMA)

 Aryanna (2012; ABS-CBN)

 Asian Treasures (2007; GMA)

 Aso ni San Roque (2012-2013; GMA)
 Atlantika (2006–2007; GMA)

 Asian Treasures (2007; GMA)

 Batang X: The Next Generation (2008; TV5)

 Biritera (2012; GMA)

 Captain Barbell * (2006, 2011; GMA)

 Darating Ang Umaga (2003; ABS-CBN)

 Darna * (2005, 2009; GMA)

 Dwarfina (2011; GMA)

 Encantadia (2005; GMA)

 Encantadia: Pag-ibig Hanggang Wakas (2006; GMA)

 Etheria: Ang Ikalimang Kaharian ng Encantadia (2005-2006; GMA)

 Fantastic Man (2007; GMA)

 Fantastikids (2006; GMA)

 Ikaw Na Sana (1997-1998; GMA)

 Kakambal ni Eliana (2013; GMA)

 Kampanerang Kuba (2005; ABS-CBN)

 Komiks (2006–present; ABS-CBN)
 Da Adventures of Pedro Penduko (2006–2007)

 Komiks Presents: Dragonna (2008–2009)

 Komiks Presents: Flash Bomba (2009)

 Komiks Presents: Kapitan Boom (2008)

 Komiks Presents: Tiny Tony (2008)

 Komiks Presents: Varga (2008)

 Nasaan Ka Maruja? (2009)

 Pedro Penduko at ang mga Engkantao (2007)

 Sanlakas Kids (TBA 2013)

 Krystala (2004; ABS-CBN)

 Kung Fu Kids (2008; ABS-CBN)

 La Vendetta (2008; GMA)

 The Last Prince (2010; GMA)

 Lastikman (2007–2008; ABS-CBN)

 Machete (2011; GMA)

 Magic Kamison (2007; GMA)

 Magkano Ba ang Pag-ibig? (2013; GMA)
 Majika (2006; GMA)

 Marina (2004; ABS-CBN)

 Marinara (2004; GMA)

 Mulawin (2004; GMA)

 Ora Engkantada (late 1980s; IBC AND RPN)

 Palos (2008; ABS-CBN)

 Panday (2005–2006; ABS-CBN)

 Panday Kids (2010; GMA)

 Pinoy Thriller

 Pintados (1999–2000; GMA)

 Pyra: Ang Babaeng Apoy (2013; GMA)

 Rounin (2007; ABS-CBN)

 Spirits (2004–2005; ABS-CBN)

 Sugo (2005–2006; GMA)

 Super Inggo (2006–2007; ABS-CBN)

 Super Twins (2007; GMA)

 Wako Wako (2012; ABS-CBN)
 Zaido: Pulis Pangkalawakan (2007–2008; GMA)

 Zorro (2009; GMA)

Game shows[edit]

 1 vs. 100 (Philippine version) (2007–2008; ABS-CBN)

 Alaska Mini-Programa

 All Star K! (2002–2009; GMA)

 formerly known as K, the P1,000,000 Videoke Challenge

 B na B: Baliw na Baliw (1995–1997; ABC 5)

 BandaOke! Rock 'N Roll to Millions! (2009–2010; GMA)

 Battle of the Brains (1992–1999; RPN 9, 1999–2001; PTV 4)

 BIHASA, Biblia Hamon Sa 'Yo (2007-; UNTV)[49]

 Campus Challenge (2011-2013; UNTV)

 Celebrity Bluff (2012–2016, GMA)

 Digital LG Challenge (2003–2004; GMA)

 Digital LG Quiz (1999–2004; GMA)

 Diz Iz It (2010, GMA)

 Family Kwarta O Kahon (1962–2000, RPN)
 Game Na Game Na (1994–1996, ABS-CBN)

 Games Uplate Live (2006–2009, ABS-CBN)

 GoBingo (1996–1999, 2008; GMA)

 Kakasa Ka Ba Sa Grade 5? (2007–2009; GMA)

 Kapamilya, Deal or No Deal (2006–2009, 2012–2013, 2015-present; ABS-CBN)

 Korek Na Korek Ka Diyan! (2001; GMA)

 Natiyempuhan Mo!! (2007)

 Now Na! (2006–2007; Q)

 Philippine Lottery Draw (1995–present; NBN (now PTV 4))

 Pilipinas, Game KNB? (2001–2009; ABS-CBN)

 a.k.a. Game KNB?, Million Million Na, Game KNB?, Next Level Na, Game KNB?

 The Price is Right (Philippine version) (2001–2003; ABC (now TV5), 2011; ABS-CBN)

 Ready, Get Set, Go! (1991–1997; ABS-CBN)

 Showtime (2009–present, ABS-CBN)

 Sing Galing! (1997–2005; ABC 5)

 Super Games (1995-1996; GMA)

 Tok! Tok! Tok! Isang Milyon Pasok! (2007, 2008; GMA)
 The Weakest Link (Philippine version) (2001–2002; IBC 13)

 Whammy! Push Your Luck (2007–2008; GMA)

 Wheel of Fortune (2001–2002; ABC 5, 2008; ABS-CBN)

 Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? (2000–2013), IBC 13 and TV5

Home shopping[edit]

 EZ Shop [50]

 Home Shopping Network (2004-2015)

 Home TV Shopping

 Honest TV Shopping

 New Life TV Shopping

 O Shopping

 Shop Japan

 Shop TV

 TV Shop Philippines

 Value Vision

 Vision TV Shopping

 Winner TV Shopping [51]
Horror[edit]

 Gabi Ng Lagim

 Guni-Guni (mid 90s; TV5)

 Hiwaga sa Bahay na Bato

 Hooo U?

 Maligno (2008; ABS-CBN)

 Midnight DJ (2008–2011; TV5)

 Moomoo & Me

 Nginiig (2004–2006; ABS-CBN)

 !Oka Tokat * (1997–2002, 2012; ABS-CBN)

 Patayin Sa Sindak Si Barbara (2008; ABS-CBN)

 Pinoy Thriller

 Regal Shocker (2011–2012; TV5)

 Spooky Nights Presents

 Verum Est

 Viva Shockers

 Wag Kukurap (2004–2006; GMA)
Lifestyle[edit]

 3R (Respect, Relax, Respond) (2004)[52]

 AHA! (2010–present; GMA)

 Ang Pagbabago

 At Home Ka Dito (2004–2007; ABS-CBN)

 a.k.a. Feel at Home

 BLOG (Barkada Log)

 Candies (QTV)

 Chill Spot (2008-2009; ETC)

 Custom Rides (2007; IBC 13)

 Eateria (GMA)

 ETC HQ (2012-2013; ETC)

 ETCETERA (2011-present; ETC)

 Events Incorporated

 Extra! Extra! (GMA)

 F! (1999-2006; ABS-CBN)

 Fashbook (2011; GMA News TV)
 Fit & Fab (2008–2010; Q)

 Gen M (ETC)

 It's A Guy Thing

 Ka-Blog!

 Kay Susan Tayo (2003–2009; GMA)

 Kumikitang Kabuhayan (2001–2005; ABS-CBN)

 Living It Up (2007–2009; Q)

 Out!

 Perfect Moments (ABS-CBN)

 Philippines Tonight

 Sports Unlimited (ABS-CBN)

 Stylized (ETC)

 Staying Alive (1980, BBC 2)

 Teysi

 Teysi ng Tahanan (1991-1997; ABS-CBN)

 Urban Zone (2006–2012; ABS-CBN)

 Us Girls (2006–2012; Studio 23)
 Travel Time (1986–present; PTV/IBC/ANC)

 X Life (2010–2011)

Music[edit]

 MP3

 Myx (music channel)

 SBN Karaoke

 SBN Music Videos

 Txtube (2005)[53]

News[edit]

 24 Oras (2004–present, GMA)

 24 Oras Bikol (2014–2015, GMA Bicol)

 24 Oras Central Visayas (2014–2016, GMA Cebu)

 24 Oras Ilokano (2014–2015, GMA Ilocos)

 24 Oras North Central Luzon (2014–2015, GMA Dagupan/GMA Baguio)

 24 Oras Northern Mindanao (2014–2015, GMA Northern Mindanao)

 24 Oras Southern Mindanao (2014–present, GMA Davao)

 24 Oras Weekend (2010–present, GMA)
 24 Oras Western Visayas (2014–2016, GMA Iloilo)

 ABS-CBN Headlines (2001–2003, ABS-CBN)

 ABS-CBN Insider (2003–2006, ABS-CBN)

 Aglia Balita Morning Edition (2015–present, Net 25)

 Aglia Probinsya (2015–present; Net 25)

 Aksyon (2010–present, TV5)

 Aksyon Alert (2010–present, TV5)

 Aksyon Bisaya (2011–present, TV5 Cebu)

 Aksyon Dabaw (2011–present, TV5 Davao)

 Aksyon JournalisMO (2010–2012, TV5)

 Aksyon sa Tanghali (2014–present, TV5)

 Aksyon sa Umaga (2014–present, TV5

 Aksyon Tonite (2014–present, TV5)

 Aksyon Weekend (2010–2012, 2013–2014, TV5)

 Alas Singko Y' Medya Na

 Andar ng mga Balita (2011–2014, AksyonTV)

 Arangkada
 Arangkada Balita

 Balita Alas Singko ng Umaga

 Balita Pilipinas (2011–2014, GMA News TV)

 Balita Pilipinas Ngayon (2011–present, GMA News TV)

 Balitang 60 (2011–2014, AksyonTV)

 Balitang America

 Balitang Amianan

 Balitang Asia-Pacific

 Balitang Australia

 Balitang Balita (1992–2004, ABC5)

 Balitang Bisdak

 Balitang Europe

 Balitang Ilokano

 Balitang Middle East

 Balitaang Tapat (2010–2012, TV5)

 Balitanghali (2005–2011, Q; 2011–present, GMA News TV)

 Bandila (2006–present, ABS-CBN)
 Bareta Sa Singko

 Baretang Bikol

 Batingaw

 BBC Balita

 Big News (1961–1972, 1992–2004, ABC5)

 Bilis Balita

 Brigada Siete (1993–2000, GMA)

 Cebuano News

 formerly known as Solar News Cebuano (2013–2014; ETC TV-9 Cebu & Solar News Channel Cebu)

 City 2 Balita

 CNN Philippines Cebuano News (2015–present; CNN Philippines)

 CNN Philippines Headline News (2015–2016; CNN Philippines)

 CNN Philippines Kapampangan News (2015–present; CNN Philippines)

 CNN Philippines Network News (2015–present; CNN Philippines)

 CNN Philippines Newsroom (2015–present; CNN Philippines)

 CNN Philippines Nightly News (2015–2016; CNN Philippines)

 CNN Philippines Sports Desk (2015–present; CNN Philippines)
 CNN Philippines Updates (2015–present; CNN Philippines)

 Daybreak

 formerly known as Solar Daybreak

 Dobol B sa News TV (2011–2012, GMA News TV)

 Dong Puno Live

 Eagle News International

 Eagle News Update

 Fast Break (2014–present, ABS-CBN Sports+Action)

 Frontpage: Ulat ni Mel Tiangco (1999–2004, GMA)

 GMA Balita

 GMA Evening Report

 GMA Flash Report (2002–2016, GMA)

 GMA Headline News

 GMA Network News (1992–2002, GMA)

 GMA News Digest

 GMA News Live

 GMA News Update (2016–present, GMA)
 GMA Weekend Report (2007–2010, GMA)

 Good Morning Club (2012–2014, TV5)

 Hataw Balita

 Hataw Balita News Update

 Headlines

 formerly known as Solar Headlines

 i-Watch News

 Iba-Balita

 Iba-Balita Ngayon

 IBC Express Balita

 IBC News Tonight

 Ito Ang Balita

 Kapampangan News

 Live on Q

 Masayang Umaga Po!

 Mata ng Agila

 Minuto
 NBN Sports

 Network News

 formerly known as Solar Network News (2012–2014; ETC & Solar News Channel)

 News @ 1

 News @ 6

 News at Seven

 News Bites

 News Central (1998–2010, Studio 23)

 News on Q (2005–2011, Q)

 News Patrol (2005–present, ABS-CBN)

 News Team 13 (2011–present; IBC 13)

 News to Go (2011–present, GMA News TV)

 News+

 Newsbeat

 Newsday

 formerly known as Solar Newsday

 NewsLife
 Newsline Mindanao

 Newsline Pilipinas

 Newsline World

 NewsWatch

 Newswatch Aksyon Balita

 NewsWatch First Edition

 NewsWatch Junior Edition

 NewsWatch Second Edition

 Nightly News

 formerly known as Solar Nightly News

 Pambansang Almusal

 Pilipinas News (2012–2014, TV5)

 Primera Balita

 PTV News

 PTV Newsbreak

 PTV Sports

 Pulso: Aksyon Balita
 Ratsada

 RPN Action News

 RPN NewsCap

 Saksi (1995–present, GMA)

 Sapul sa Singko (2010–2012, TV5)

 The Score (2014–present, ABS-CBN Sports+Action)

 Sentro (2004–2008, ABC5)

 Sports Desk

 State of the Nation with Jessica Soho (2011–present, GMA News TV)

 Teledyaryo

 Teledyaryo Weekend

 TEN: The Evening News (2008–2010, TV5)

 Testigo

 TV Patrol (1987–present, ABS-CBN)

 TV Patrol Bicol (1996–present, ABS-CBN Bicol)

 TV Patrol Caraga (1999–present, ABS-CBN Caraga)

 TV Patrol Cagayan Valley (1998–present, ABS-CBN Cagayan)
 TV Patrol Central Mindanao (1999–present, ABS-CBN Central Mindanao)

 TV Patrol Central Visayas (1988–present, ABS-CBN Cebu)

 TV Patrol Chavacano (1992–present, ABS-CBN Chavacano)

 TV Patrol Dumaguete (1995–2006, ABS-CBN Dumaguete)

 TV Patrol Ilocos (1997–present, ABS-CBN Ilocos)

 TV Patrol Iloilo (2000–present, ABS-CBN Iloilo)

 TV Patrol Legaspi (1996–2005)

 TV Patrol Negros (1988–present, ABS-CBN Negros)

 TV Patrol North Central Luzon (1993–present, ABS-CBN Dagupan)

 TV Patrol Northern Luzon (1995–present)

 TV Patrol Northern Mindanao (1994–present)

 TV Patrol Olongapo (1997–2010)

 TV Patrol Pagadian (2006–2010)

 TV Patrol Palawan (2006–2009, 2012–present, ABS-CBN Palawan)

 TV Patrol Pampanga (2006–present, ABS-CBN Pampanga)

 TV Patrol Socsksargen (1996–present)

 TV Patrol Southern Mindanao (1988–present)
 TV Patrol Southern Tagalog (2009–present, ABS-CBN Batangas)

 TV Patrol Tacloban (1988–present, ABS-CBN Tacloban)

 Umagang Kay Ganda (2007–present, ABS-CBN)

 Unang Balita (1999–present, GMA)

 Wazzup Wazzup

 The Weakend News with Ramon Bautista

 The Weekend News

 The Weekender World

 The World Tonight

Reality and talent search[edit]

 30 Days

 Ang Bagong Kampeon

 Ano Bang Trip Mo?

 Born Diva

 Extra Challenge (GMA; 1999-2006, 2012-2013)

 Extreme Makeover

 GEN M Generation Mega
 Here Comes The Bride

 Hollywood Boot Camp

 Hollywood Dream

 I Am Meg (ETC; 2012-present)

 In the Loop (CgeTV, ABS-CBN )

 It's A Guy Thing

 Kamao: Matira ang Matibay (2005)[54]

 Kap's Amazing Stories

 Kap's Amazing Stories Kids Edition

 Kwentong Talentado

 Little Big Star

 Little Big Superstar

 MEGA Fashion Crew (ETC; 2011-present)

 Move: The Search for Billy Crawford's Pinoy Dancers (2007)

 MTV Supahstar: The Supahsearch (2004)

 Na-Scam Ka Na Ba?

 On-Air
 Perfect Moments

 Philippine Idol (2006)

 Philippines' Next Top Model (2007)

 Pilipinas Got Talent (2010-2013)

 Pinoy Big Brother (2005–present)

 Pinoy Dream Academy (2006)

 Pinoy Fear Factor (2008)

 Pinoy Idol (2008)

 Pinoy Pop Superstar (2005)

 Popstar Kids

 Project Runway Philippines (2008)

 Qpids (2005)

 Rivermaya: Bagong Liwanag

 Search for a Star (2003)

 Search for the Star in a Million (2005)

 Shall We Dance: The Celebrity Dance Challenge (2005)

 Shoot That Babe
 Singles

 Star For A Night

 Star In A Million

 Star Circle Quest (2004)

 StarDance: The Search for the Dance Idol (2005)

 Stars on Ice

 StarStruck (2003–2015)

 StarStruck Kids (2004–2005)

 Strangebrew

 Survivor Philippines (2008)

 Talentadong Pinoy (2008-2014, TV5)

 Tanghalan ng Kampeon

 Tawag ng Tanghalan

 Three Blind Dates

 Turquoise Street

 U Can Dance

 Victim
 Victim Undercover

 The Voice of the Philippines (2013–present; ABS-CBN)

Religious[edit]

 The 700 Club Asia (1994-present)

 Ang Dating Daan

 Ang Pagbubunyag

 Asin at Ilaw

 Batang Kaharian

 D' X-Man Former Iglesia ni Cristo members

 Ecclesia in Asia: Ang Misa (2000-2010; GMA)

 Family Rosary Crusade (1987-2003; ABS-CBN, 2003-present; Studio 23 (now ABS-CBN Sports+Action))

 The Healing Eucharist (2007–present; ABS-CBN)

 In Touch with Dr. Charles Stanley (1992–2004, 2008–present; GMA)

 Itanong Mo Kay Soriano

 Jesus the Healer (1989–1999, 2006–present; GMA)

 Kape't Pandasal (2004–present; ABS-CBN)

 Kerygma TV
 Light Talk

 Mapalad Ang Bumabasa

 May Bukas Pa (2009-2010; ABS-CBN)

 Midnight Prayer Helps

 One Prayer

 Oras ng Katotohanan

 PJM Forum

 Powerline (1995–2007)

 Signs and Wonders (NBN4)

 Sounds of Worship

 Sunday TV Healing Mass (2006–2014; Studio 23, 2014-present; CNN Philippines)

 Sunday TV Mass (1990-2007; ABS-CBN)

 Truth in Focus

 Visita Iglesia (2013–present; GMA Regional TV)

 The Word Exposed with Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle (2008-2010; TV5, 2010–present; Studio 23 (now ABS-CBN Sports+Action), 2010 –
present; PTV, 2010-present; ANC)

Soap operas[edit]

 Adarna (2013-2014; GMA)
 Anna Luna (1989–1994; ABS-CBN, 1994–1995; RPN)

 Anna Liza (1980–1986; GMA)

 Annaliza (2013; ABS-CBN)

 Babaeng Hampaslupa (2011; TV5)

 Bakekang (2006–2007; GMA)

 Bituing Walang Ningning (2006; ABS-CBN)

 Bridges of Love (2015; ABS-CBN)

 Crazy for You (2006; ABS-CBN)

 Esperanza (1997; ABS-CBN)

 Flordeluna (1980s; RPN)

 Maria Flordeluna (2007; ABS-CBN)

 Gulong ng Palad (2005; ABS-CBN)

 Habang May Buhay (2010; ABS-CBN)

 The Half Sisters (2014–2016; GMA)

 Hanggang Kailan (2004; GMA)[55]

 Hiram (2004; ABS-CBN)

 I Luv NY (2006; GMA)
 Ikaw ang Lahat sa Akin (2005; ABS-CBN)[56]

 Impostora (2007; GMA)

 It Might Be You (2003–2004; ABS-CBN)[57]

 Kambal Sirena (2014; GMA)

 Kung Mawawala Ka (2001–2003; GMA)[58]

 Legacy (2012; GMA)

 Lobo (2008; ABS-CBN)

 Maging Sino Ka Man (2006; ABS-CBN)

 Maging Sino Ka Man: Ang Pagbabalik (2007; ABS-CBN)

 Makulay Ng Daigdig ni Nora (1974)

 Mara Clara (1992-1997; ABS-CBN)

 Mara Clara (remake) 2010-2011)

 MariMar (2007–2008; GMA)

 MariMar (remake) (2015–2016)

 Mula Sa Puso (1997–1999; ABS-CBN)

 Mula Sa Puso (remake) (2011)

 My Driver Sweet Lover (2010; TV5)
 Nagbabagang Bulaklak (Danceserye)

 Once Upon a Kiss (2015; GMA)

 Pangako Sa ’Yo (2000–2002; ABS-CBN)

 Pangako Sa 'Yo (remake) (2015–2016)

 Pangarap na Bituin (2007; ABS-CBN)

 Paraiso Ko'y Ikaw (2014; GMA)

 Pari 'Koy (2015; GMA)

 Sa Dulo Ng Walang Hanggan (2001–2003; ABS-CBN)

 Sa Piling Mo (2006; ABS-CBN)

 Sana Maulit Muli (2007; ABS-CBN)

 Sarah The Teen Princess (2004; ABS-CBN)

 Second Chances (2015; GMA)

 Te Amo, Maging Sino Ka Man (2004)[59]

 Twin Hearts (2003–2004;)[60]

 Vietnam Rose (2005–2006; ABS-CBN)

 Villa Quintana (1994-1996; GMA)

 Villa Quintana (remake) (2013-2014)
 Walang Kapalit (2007; ABS-CBN)

 Ysabella (2007–2008; ABS-CBN)

Sports[edit]

 Auto Review

 Badminton Extreme

 Basta Sports[61]

 Eumorpho Lakas Tao

 Fistorama

 Game Plan

 Golf Power

 Hataw Pinoy

 Hotwire

 I-PBA

 Mano-Mano Pro-Boksing

 MBA

 Motoring Today

 NCAA
 Pagcor Jai-Alai

 Philippine Basketball Association

 PBA on ABC

 PBA on AKTV

 PBA on KBS

 PBA on NBN/IBC

 PBA on Solar Sports

 PBA on TV5

 PBA on Vintage Sports

 PBA on Viva TV

 Philippine Basketball League

 Pilipinas Sabong Sports

 Primetime Sports

 Ringside (TV series)

 Sagupaan

 Sargo

 Shakey's V-League
 Silip sa Karera

 Sports 37

 Sports List

 Sports Review

 Sports Unlimited

 Stoplight TV

 Taekwondo TV

 Tennis Review

 Tukaan

 UAAP

Talk shows[edit]

 All About You (2003)[62]

 Aquino & Abunda Tonight (2014–2015; ABS-CBN)

 Boy & Kris (2007-2009)

 The Buzz (1999-2013; 2014-2015)

 Buzz ng Bayan (2013–2014; ABS-CBN)

 Call Me Papa Jack (2015–present; TV5)
 Celebri-TV (2015–2016; GMA)

 Celebrity Turns

 Chikka Mo, Chikka Ko [63]

 Citizen Pinoy (2005)

 Daybreak

 formerly known as Solar Daybreak

 Debate with Mare at Pare (1998)

 Dee's Day

 Entertainment Konek

 Entertainment Live (2007-2012, ABS-CBN)

 Face to Face (2010-2013, TV5)

 Gandang Gabi, Vice! (2011–present; ABS-CBN)

 Good Morning Club (2012–2014; TV5)

 Happy Wife, Happy Life (2015–present; TV5)

 Hataw Pinoy

 Homeboy (2005)

 HOT T.V. (2012-2013, GMA)
 Juicy! (2008-2012, TV5)

 Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko (1975–present; GMA)[64]

 Katok Mga Misis

 Kontrobersyal (2003; ABS-CBN)

 Kris TV (2011–2016; ABS-CBN)

 Love ni Mister, Love ni Misis

 Master Showman Presents[65]

 Mel & Jay (1989–1995; ABS-CBN, 1996-2004; GMA)

 Mel and Joey (2004–2011, GMA)

 Moms (2005)[66]

 Morning Girls with Kris and Korina (2003)[67]

 Paparazzi (TV5, 2010-2012)

 Partners with Mel Tiangco (2004; GMA)

 Ruffa & Ai (2009, ABS-CBN)

 The Ryzza Mae Show (2013–2015; GMA)

 S-Files (1998-2007; GMA)

 Sapul sa Singko (2010-2012; TV5)
 Sharon

 The Sharon Cuneta Show

 Showbiz Central (2007–2012, GMA)

 Showbiz Inside Report (2012-2013, ABS-CBN)

 Showbiz No. 1 (2004-2005)[68]

 Showbiz Police: Intriga Under Arrest (2013–2014, TV5)

 Showbiz Stripped (2005)[69]

 Sis (2001–2010; GMA)[70]

 Solved na Solved (2015–present; TV5)

 Startalk: The Only Showbiz Authority (1995–2015; GMA)

 Today with Kris Aquino

 Tonight with Arnold Clavio (2011–present; GMA News TV)

 Umagang Kay Ganda

 Unang Hirit (1999–present; GMA)

Variety shows[edit]

 Alas Dose sa Trese

 Ariel con Tina
 ASAP (1995–present, ABS-CBN)

 aka ASAP Mania, ASAP '05, ASAP '06, ASAP '07, ASAP '08, ASAP '09, ASAP XV, ASAP Rocks, ASAP '2012, ASAP
'18, ASAP 19, ASAP 20

 ASAP Fanatic (2004–2006, ABS-CBN)

 Bongga!

 Chibugan Na!

 D.A.T.S.

 Eat Bulaga (1979–1989, RPN; 1989–1995, ABS-CBN; 1995–present, GMA)

 GMA Supershow

 Happy, Yipee, Yehey (2011–2012, ABS-CBN)

 The Imelda Papin Show

 It's Showtime (2009–present, ABS-CBN)

 Lunch Break

 Lunch Date (1986–1993, GMA)

 Kuyaw!

 M.R.S. (Most Requested Show)

 MTB (1998–2005)

 Magandang Tanghali Bayan (1998-2003)
 Masayang Tanghali Bayan (2003-2004)

 MTB Ang Saya Saya! (2004-2005

 P.O.5 (2010–2011, TV5)

 Party Pilipinas (2010–2013, GMA)

 Pilipinas Win na Win (2010, ABS-CBN)

 R.S.V.P.

 Sabado barkada

 Salo-Salo Together (1993–1995, GMA)

 'Sang Linggo nAPO Sila (1995–1998, ABS-CBN)

 The Sharon Cuneta Show

 SOP (1997–2010, GMA)

 SOP Gigsters

 Stage One: The Starstruck Playhouse

 Student Canteen

 Sunday All Stars (2013–2015, GMA)

 Sunday PinaSaya (2015–present, GMA)

 Superstar
 That's Entertainment (1986–1996, GMA)

 Vilma

 Vilma In Person (V.I.P.)

 Walang Tulugan with the Master Showman (1997–2016, GMA)

 Wil Time Bigtime (formerly Willing Willie) (2010–2013, TV5)

 Wowowee (ABS-CBN, 2005–2010)

 Wowowillie (2013, TV5)

 Wowowin (2015–present, GMA)

See also[edit]

 Television in the Philippines

 List of most watched television broadcasts in the Philippines

 List of Philippine television shows currently in production
Channels:

 List of programs broadcast by TV5

 List of programs aired by TV5

 List of programs broadcast by ABS-CBN

 List of programs aired by ABS-CBN

 List of programs aired by Banahaw Broadcasting Corporation
 List of programs broadcast by Jeepney TV

 List of programs broadcast by GMA Network

 List of programs aired by GMA Network

 Fox Filipino

 List of programs broadcast by Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation

 List of programs previously broadcast by Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation

 List of programs broadcast by People's Television Network

 List of programs broadcast by Net 25

 List of programs broadcast by GMA News TV

 Lit of programs aired by GMA News TV

 List of programs broadcast by Light Network

 List of programs broadcast by 2nd Avenue

 List of programs aired by 2nd Avenue

 DWDB-TV

 List of programs broadcast by UNTV

 List of shows previously aired by UNTV

 List of programs broadcast by BEAM TV
 List of programs broadcast by CNN Philippines

 List of programs aired by CNN Philippines

 List of programs broadcast by ETC

 List of programs aired by ETC

 List of programs broadcast by 2nd Avenue

 List of programs aired by 2nd Avenue

 List of programs broadcast by Jack TV

 List of programs broadcast by CT

 List of programs broadcast by ABS-CBN Sports and Action

 List of programs aired by Studio 23/ABS-CBN Sports and Action

 List of programs broadcast by AksyonTV

 List of programs previously broadcast by AksyonTV

References[edit]

1. Jump up^ Art Is Kool at the Internet Movie Database

2. Jump up^ Hometown: Doon Po Sa Amin

3. Jump up^ Bread Tambayan

4. Jump up^ Click at the Internet Movie Database
5. Jump up^ The KNC Show

6. Jump up^ refer to Batibot article.

7. Jump up^ Lovely Day at igma.tv

8. Jump up^ Mahiwagang Baul at igma.tv

9. Jump up^ Math Tinik at the Internet Movie Database

10. Jump up^ Sineskwela at the Internet Movie Database

11. Jump up^ Wansapanataym at the Internet Movie Database

12. Jump up^ Bida Si Mister, Bida Si Misis at the Internet Movie Database

13. Jump up^ Bubble Gang, Jr. at telebisyon.net

14. Jump up^ Da Boy en Da Girl at the Internet Movie Database

15. Jump up^ Home Along Da Airport at the Internet Movie Database

16. Jump up^ Home Along Da Riles at the Internet Movie Database

17. Jump up^ Kaya Ni Mister, Kaya Ni Misis at the Internet Movie Database

18. Jump up^ Kiss Muna at the Internet Movie Database

19. Jump up^ Naks at the Internet Movie Database

20. Jump up^ Okay Ka, Fairy Ko! at the Internet Movie Database

21. Jump up^ Oki Doki Doc at the Internet Movie Database
22. Jump up^ Palibhasa Lalake at the Internet Movie Database

23. Jump up^ Tanging Ina at the Internet Movie Database

24. Jump up^ Yes, Yes Show! at the Internet Movie Database

25. Jump up^ Good Morning Kuya

26. Jump up^ Kasangga Mo Ang Langit at the Internet Movie Database

27. Jump up^ Jessica Soho Reports at the Internet Movie Database

28. Jump up^ Kaagapay

29. Jump up^ Krusada at the Internet Movie Database

30. Jump up^ Mobile Kusina at the Internet Movie Database

31. Jump up^ Nagmamahal Kapamilya at abs-cbn.com

32. Jump up^ Out of Control at the Internet Movie Database

33. Jump up^ Pinoy Abroad at the Internet Movie Database

34. Jump up^ Ang Dalawang Mrs. Real at the Internet Movie Database

35. Jump up^ Anna Karenina at the Internet Movie Database

36. Jump up^ Basta't Kasama Kita at the Internet Movie Database

37. Jump up^ Bituin at the Internet Movie Database

38. Jump up^ The Borrowed Wife at the Internet Movie Database
39. Jump up^ Genesis at the Internet Movie Database

40. Jump up^ Hooo U at igma.tv

41. Jump up^ Kakabakaba Adventures at the Internet Movie Database

42. Jump up^ Kung Mamahalin Mo Lang Ako at the Internet Movie Database

43. Jump up^ The Legal Wife at the Internet Movie Database

44. Jump up^ Saang Sulok ng Langit at the Internet Movie Database

45. Jump up^ Sana ay Ikaw Na Nga at the Internet Movie Database

46. Jump up^ Sana Bukas Pa Ang Kahapon at the Internet Movie Database

47. Jump up^ Sarah, The Teen Princess at the Internet Movie Database

48. Jump up^ Temptation of Wife at the Internet Movie Database

49. Jump up^ BIHASA, Biblia Hamon Sa 'Yo

50. Jump up^ EZ Shop

51. Jump up^ Winner TV Shopping

52. Jump up^ 3R (Respect, Relax, Respond) at the Internet Movie Database

53. Jump up^ Txtube at the Internet Movie Database

54. Jump up^ Kamao: Matira ang Matibay at the Internet Movie Database

55. Jump up^ Hanggang Kailan at the Internet Movie Database
56. Jump up^ Ikaw ang Lahat sa Akin at the Internet Movie Database

57. Jump up^ It Might Be You at the Internet Movie Database

58. Jump up^ Kung Mawawala Ka at the Internet Movie Database

59. Jump up^ Te Amo, Maging Sino Ka Man at the Internet Movie Database

60. Jump up^ Twin Hearts at the Internet Movie Database

61. Jump up^ Basta Sports at abs-cbn.com

62. Jump up^ All About You at the Internet Movie Database

63. Jump up^ Chikka Mo, Chikka Ko

64. Jump up^ Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko at the Internet Movie Database

65. Jump up^ Master Showman Presents at igma.tv

66. Jump up^ Moms at the Internet Movie Database

67. Jump up^ Morning Girls with Kris and Korina at the Internet Movie Database

68. Jump up^ Showbiz No. 1 at the Internet Movie Database

69. Jump up^ Showbiz Stripped at igma.tv

70. Jump up^ Sis at igma.tv
List of Philippine television shows currently in production
The following is a list of Philippine television shows currently in production, organized in order of first year of broadcast. There is also
a list of Philippine television programs by date,which lists shows based on their month and day of first broadcast.

A list of years in television, not limited to the Philippines, is also available.

1970s[edit]

 Ating Alamin (1974–present)

 Kapwa Ko Mahal Ko (1975–present)

 Philippine Basketball Association (1975–present)

 Eat Bulaga! (1979–present)

1980s[edit]

 Ang Dating Daan (1980–present)

 Jesus the Healer (1986–present)

 Jesus Miracle Crusade (1986–present)

 PTV Special Coverage (1986–2001, 2011–present)

 TV Patrol (1987–present)

 PJM Forum (1988–present)

 Midnight Prayer Helps (1988–present)
 Family Rosary Crusade (1989–present)

1990s[edit]

 Malacañang Press Conference (1990–present)

 PTV Newsbreak (1990-1998, 2012–present)

 PTV News (1995-1998, 2016–present)

 Maalaala Mo Kaya (1991–present)

 Oras ng Katotohanan (1991–present)

 Ipaglaban Mo! (1992-1999, 2014–present)

 El Shaddai (1992–present)

 Legal Forum (1992–present)

 Mag-Agri Tayo (1993–present)

 Thank God It's RJ (1993–present)

 ASAP (1995–present)

 Startalk (1995–present)

 Del Monte Kitchenomics (1995-2008, 2012–present)

 Bubble Gang (1995–present)

 Saksi (1995–present)
 PCSO Lottery Draw (1995–2003, 2005–present)

 The 700 Club Asia (1995–present)

 Walang Tulugan with the Master Showman (1996–present)

 Sunday Night Box Office (1997–present)

 Wansapanataym (1997–2005, 2006–2007, 2010–present)

 Sports Unlimited (1997–present)

 Diyos at Bayan (1998–present)

 Tukaan (1998–present)

 Pasugo: Ang Tinig ng Iglesia ni Cristo (1999–2004, 2008–present)

 The Buzz (1999–2013)

 Buzz ng Bayan (2013-2014)

 The Buzz 15 (2014-2015)

 Maynila (1999–present)

 The Iglesia Ni Cristo and the Bible (1999–2003, 2008–present)

 I-Witness (1999–present)

 Gabay sa Mabuting Asal (1999–2003, 2012–present)

 The Message (1999–2004, 2010–present)
 Unang Hirit (1999–present)

 Ang Iglesia ni Cristo (1999–2004, 2008–present)

2000s[edit]
2000-2004[edit]

 Imbestigador (2000–present)

 Convergence(2000–present)

 Lakbayin Ang Magandang Pilipinas (2000–present)

 Auto Review (2001–present)

 Liwanagin Natin (2001-2007, 2014–present)

 Prayer for the Holy Souls in Purgatory (2001–present)

 Rod Nazario's In This Corner (2001–present)

 Ang Tamang Daan (2001–present)

 Talitha Kum Healing Mass (2002–present)

 Magpakailanman (2002-2008, 2012–present)

 Wish Ko Lang (2002–present)

 GMA Flash Report/Breaking News (2002–present)

 Upon This Rock by the Cathedral of the King (2002–present)
 RJ Sunday Jam (2003–present)

 Iglesia Ni Cristo Chronicles (2003–present)

 Healing Mass: Mass for the Homebound with Fr. Mario Sobrejuanite (2003–present)

 Itanong mo Kay Soriano: Ang Dating Daan Worldwide Bible Exposition (2003–present)

 Rated K (2004–present)

 Bitag (2004–present)

 Reporter's Notebook (2004–present)

 Home Shopping Network (2004–present)

 24 Oras (2004–present)

 Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho (2004–present)

 Make My Day with Larry Henares (2004–present)

 Truth in Focus (2004–present)

 The KNC (Kawan ng Cordero) Show (2004–present)

 D'X-Man (2004–present)

 The Gospel of the Kingdom with Pastor Apollo C. Quiboloy (2004-2005; 2012–present)

 EZ Shop (2004–present)

 Salamat Dok! (2004–present)
 Kape't Pandasal (2004–present)
2005-2009[edit]
2005[edit]

 Mapalad Ang Bumabasa (2005–present)

 News Patrol (2005–present)

 GSIS Members Hour (2005–2007, 2010–present)

 STV: Ang Sabong TV ng Bayan (2005–present)

 Day Off(2005–present)

 Gandang Ricky Reyes: Todo na Toh! (2005–present)

 Ang Pinaka (2005–present)

 S.O.C.O. (Scene of the Crime Operatives) (2005–present)

 Ang Bagong Adyenda (2005–present)

 Ang Pagbubunyag (2005–present)

 Balitanghali (2005–present)

 Goin' Bulilit (2005–present)
2006[edit]

 Bandila (2006–present)

 Swak na Swak (2006–present)
 PTV Sports (2006–present)

 Sunday's Best (2006–present)
2007[edit]

 Ito Ang Balita (2007–present)

 Power To Unite with Elvira (2007–present)

 Umagang Kay Ganda (2007–present)

 Oras ng Himala (2007–present)

 Spoon: Your Spoonful of Talk! (2007–present)

 The Healing Eucharist (2007–present)

 Good Morning Kuya (2007–present)

 MOMents (2007–present)

 Born to be Wild (2007–present)
2008[edit]

 Hataw Balita News Update (2008–present)

 Istorya (2008–present)

 Signs & Wonders (2008–present)

 Quiapo TV Mass (2008–present)

 Munting Pangarap (2008–present)
 The Word Exposed with Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle (2008-present)

 Landmarks (2008–present)

 Banana Sundae (2008–present)

 Bread N' Butter (2008–present)

 Sports 37 (2008–present)

 Matanglawin (2008–present)

 Ang Dating Daan: Mandarin Edition (2008–present)
2009[edit]

 Biz News (2009–present)

 Spotlight (2009–present)

 The Doctor Is In (2009-2012, 2014–present)

 It's Showtime (2009–present)

 Failon Ngayon (2009–present)

 Tropang Potchi (2009–present)

 Yan Ang Marino (2009–present)

 The Bottomline with Boy Abunda (2009–present)
2010s[edit]
2010[edit]

 Aksyon (2010–present)

 Landas ng Buhay (2010–present)

 Stories of Faith (2010–present)

 Astig! (5 minute segment) (2010–2011, 2012–present)

 Misa Nazareno (2010–present)

 Aksyon Weekend (2010-2012, 2013–present)

 ChinaTown TV (formerly FilChi) (2010–present)

 Balitanghali Weekend (2010–present)

 TV Patrol Weekend (2010–present)

 Kapamilya Blockbusters (2010–present)

 24 Oras Weekend (2010–present)

 Pinoy M.D. (2010–present)

 AHA! (2010–present)

 Tonight with Arnold Clavio (2010–present)

 Get it Straight with Daniel Razon (2010–present)
 Pol-watch: Political Watch (2010–present)

 Law Profile (2010–present)

 Manibela (2010–present)

 Rotary in Action (2010–present)

 Easy Lang Yan! (2010–present)
2011[edit]

 Kerygma TV (2011–present)

 News Team 13 (2011–present)

 Tunay Na Buhay (2011–present)

 Promil Pre-School i-Shine Talent Camp (2011–present)

 Gandang Gabi, Vice! (2011–present)

 T3: Reload (2011–present)

 Good News Kasama si Vicky Morales (2011–present)

 Brigada (2011–present)

 Soldiers of Christ: Healing on the Air (2011–present)

 Kris TV (2011–present)

 Power House (2011–present)

 Balita Pilipinas Ngayon (2011–present)
 State of the Nation with Jessica Soho (2011–present) * News to Go (2011–present)

 News Light (2011–present)

 Mata ng Agila (2011–present)
2012[edit]

 PTV Sports (2012–present)
2013[edit]

2014[edit]

 The Score (2014–present)
2015[edit]

 CNN Philippines Network News (2015–present)

 Why News (2015–present)
2016[edit]

 C-News (2016–present)

 Headline Pilipinas (2016–present)

List of Philippine co-produced films and television series
This is a list of international co-produced Philippine films and television series .
The first film co-produced by a Philippine film studio with a studio based outside the Philippines is Rodrigo de Villa. The film was produced
with Indonesian film outfit Persari.[1]
Excluded are:

 Sole Philippine productions with a foreign cast such as Ignacio de Loyola which had primarily Spanish actors but was produced only
by a Philippine-based studio.

 Media produced solely by foreign production companies such as Metro Manila set in the Philippines and included Filipinos in its
cast but was solely by British Studio, Chocolate Frog Films.

 Media which were adapted from foreign media.

Films[edit]

Director Production studios
Title Year Genre Notes Ref
Nationality Name Country Name

Potocol
Singapore Akanga Film
Productions
A Lullaby to the
Historical
Sorrowful 2016 Philippines Lav Diaz [2]

fantasy
Mystery Ten17 Productions
Sine Olivia
Philippines
Pilipinas
Epicmedia

[3]
Blood in Dispute 2015 Canada Ken Simpson Cambodia Phum Pich Films Drama
Cambodian
Television Network
Director Production studios
Title Year Genre Notes Ref
Nationality Name Country Name

Philippines GMA Network

United Quantum
States Entertainment
Goodbye United Action-
1997 Thierry Notz
America States Drama
ABS-CBN Film
Philippines
Productions

Italy Amerinda Est

Warbus 1985 Italy Ted Kaplan Action
Philippines Regal Films

Misbach
Indonesia Indonesia Persari
Yusa Biran
Romantic
Holiday in Bali 1962 [4]

drama
Sampaguita
Philippines Tony Cayado Philippines
Pictures

[4][1]
Rodrigo de Villa 1952 Indonesia Rempo Urip Indonesia Persari Historical Done in two
Director Production studios
Title Year Genre Notes Ref
Nationality Name Country Name

versions, one with
an Indonesian
drama
cast and the other
Gregorio
Philippines Philippines LVN Studio a Filipino cast.
Fernandez

Television series[edit]

Director Production studios

Title Year Genre Notes Ref
TV
Jap
Asa
an
hi

Animati
Philippin Synergy Barangay
2017 TBA on
es 88 143
Sport

August
Singapo
Media
re
Holdings
Director Production studios

Children'
Title Year s Genre Notes Ref
United Televisio
States n
Worksho
p Only
during its
Kokoy Education
Philippin first year
Batibot 1984 Jimen al
es Philippin of
ez Puppetry
e productio
Children' n.
Philippin s
es Televisio
n
Foundati
on

References[edit]

1. ^ Jump up to:a b Lo, Ricky (2 October 2014). "The many 'firsts' in Phl cinema". The Philippine Star. Retrieved 19 April 2016.

2. Jump up^ "Film ASEAN hosts cast and crew of Philippine-Singapore co-production "Hele" at pavilion". Film Asean. 23 February 2016.
Retrieved 27 September 2016.

3. Jump up^ "First co-prod ng GMA at Cambodia Television Network na 'Fight for Love,' mamaya na!" [First co-prod [film] of GMA and
Cambodia Television Network, 'Fight for Love', to be aired later [night]!]. GMA Network (in Filipino). 17 April 2016. Retrieved 18 April 2016.

4. ^ Jump up to:a b Luik, J.E. "Indonesian-Philippine Co-Production Movie: From Rodirgo de Villa to Holiday in Bail" (PDF). Retrieved 19
April 2016.
List of programs broadcast by TV5 (Philippines)
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Programs broadcast by TV5, a broadcasting network in the Philippines, includes news and information shows from News5, sports
programming produced by Sports5, drama, anime, sitcoms, game shows, reality and variety shows, cartoons and children's shows, talk
shows, infomercials and movie blocks.[1]
For the previously aired defunct shows of this network, see List of programs aired by TV5 (Philippines).

Current programming[edit]
American drama[edit]

 Arrow (season 3; 2016)

 The Flash (2016)

 Nikita (2016)

 Once Upon a Time (reruns; 2016)

 Scandal (season 2; 2016)

 Smallville (reruns; 2017)

 Teen Wolf (season 5; 2016)

 The Walking Dead (season 3; 2016)
 Vikings (season 3; 2017)
Anime[edit]

 Attack on Titan: Junior High (2017, produced by MBS and Production I.G)[2]

 KanColle: Kantai Collection (2017, produced by Tokyo MX and Diomedéa)[2]

 Myriad Colors Phantom World (2017, produced by Tokyo MX and Kyoto Animation)[2]

 Voltron: Legendary Defender (2017, produced by Toei Animation and DreamWorks Animation)
Comedy[edit]

 Ridiculousness (2016)
Drama anthology[edit]

 Brillante Mendoza Presents (2017)
Children's shows[edit]

 Hi-5 Philippines (season 3; 2015)
Cartoons[edit]

 The 7D (2016)

 The Adventures of Puss in Boots (2017)

 All Hail King Julien (2017)

 Henry Hugglemonster (re-run; 2017)

 Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (2016)
 Mr. Bean: The Animated Series (2016)

 Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero (2016)

 The Powerpuff Girls (2016)

 Ultimate Spider-Man (2017)

 Wander Over Yonder (2016)

 We Bare Bears (2016)

 Winx Club (2017)
News5[edit]
Newscast[edit]

 Aksyon (2010; simulcast on Radyo5 92.3 News FM)

 Aksyon Alert (2010)

 Aksyon sa Tanghali (2014)

 Aksyon sa Umaga (2014; simulcast on Radyo5 92.3 News FM)

 Aksyon Tonite (2014; simulcast on Radyo5 92.3 News FM)
Public affairs[edit]

 Alagang Kapatid (2010–2012, 2015)

 Healing Galing sa TV (Year 2; 2015)

 History with Lourd (2013)
 Insider (re-run; 2016)

 Kaya (2014)

 Public Atorni (re-run; 2016)

 Reaksyon (2012)
Religious[edit]

 Misa Nazareno (2010)

 Power to Unite with Elvira (2010)

 The Word of God Network (2015)
Infomercials[edit]

 EZ Shop (2005–2008, 2016)

 Shop Japan (2014)
Movie blocks and specials[edit]

 Movie Max 5 (2014)

 Sine Squad (2016)
Sports5[edit]

 Manny Pacquiao presents Blow by Blow (2015)

 PBA (2004–2008, 2013; simulcast on PBA Rush, Radyo5 92.3 News FM and Sports5.ph)

 Sports5 Center (2013–2015, 2016)
 Ultimate Fighting Championship (2016; also broadcast on Hyper)

 UFC Vault (2016)

Regional programming[edit]
Informative[edit]

 Let's Do Business (TV5 Channel 21 Cebu and TV5 Channel 2 Davao; 2015)
Infomercials[edit]

 One Plus Shop TV (TV5 Channel 21 Cebu; 2015)

Future programming[edit]
Drama[edit]

 Brilliante Ma Mendoza's Amo (2017)
Anime[edit]

 Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? (2017; produced by J.C.Staff)[3][4]

 Knights of Sidonia (2017; produced by Polygon Pictures)[3][4]

 Uta no Prince-Sama Maji Love 2000% (2017; produced by A-1 Pictures)[3][4]
Reality shows[edit]

 Philippines' Next Top Model: High Street (2017)[4]

 Lakbai (2017)[5]
Cartoons[edit]

 Dragons: Race to the Edge (2017)[4]

 Shaun the Sheep (2017)

 Dibo The Gift Dragon (2017)
American drama[edit]

 Breaking Bad (2017)[4][6]

 Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D (March 2, 2017)

 Prison Break (March 5, 2017)

 Quantico (2017)[4]

 Supergirl (March 21, 2017)[4]

References[edit]

1. Jump up^ "TV5 Shows". TV5. Retrieved April 24, 2014.

2. ^ Jump up to:a b c "FIRST ON ANIME PILIPINAS: TV5 ANIMEGA ANIME BLOCK SET TO RETURN THIS JANUARY 9
(UPDATE)". Anime Pilipinas. January 5, 2017. Retrieved January 7, 2017.

3. ^ Jump up to:a b c "TV5 to bring back "AniMEGA" anime block in 2017". Anime Pilipinas. December 14, 2016. Retrieved December
17, 2016.

4. ^ Jump up to:a b c d e f g h "Ngayong 2017, we're changing the game!". Facebook. TV5. December 13, 2016. Retrieved December 13, 2016.

5. Jump up^ Marfori, MJ (January 25, 2017). "Reality show ni Baste Duterte, mapapanood sa TV5 sa summer (Baste Duterte's reality
show to be shown on TV5 this Summer)". Facebook. News5. Retrieved January 25, 2017.
6. Jump up^ Bautista, Mario (December 14, 2016). "TV5 open to Kris, other stars: 'As long as we can afford them'". Journal Online.
Retrieved December 17, 2016.

External links[edit]

 TV5 official website

 TV5 on Facebook

 TV5 on Twitter

 TV5 on Instagram

See also[edit]

 List of TV5 (Philippines) specials aired

List of programs aired by TV5 (Philippines)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

(Redirected from List of programs aired by TV5)

This is a list of programs previously broadcast by TV5. For the currently aired shows of the network, please see the list of programs
broadcast by TV5 (Philippines).
Local defunct shows[edit]
News5[edit]

Newscast[edit]

 ABC News Alert (2006–2008)

 ABC News Update (2004–2006)

 Aksyon Bisaya¹ (2011–2016)

 Aksyon Dabaw¹ (2014–2016)

 Aksyon JournalisMO¹ (2010–2012)

 Aksyon Sabado¹ (2010–2012)

 Aksyon Linggo¹ (2010–2012)

 Aksyon Weekend¹ (2010, 2013–2014)

 Balitaang Tapat¹ (2010–2012)

 Balitang 60¹ (2012–2014)

 Balitang Balita (1992–2004)

 The Big News (1962–1972, 1992–2008)

 The Global Update (1992-1994)

 Good Morning Club¹ (2012–2014)
 Good Morning Ser¹ (2014)

 Live on 5 (1992–2004)

 Metro Aksyon¹ (2012)

 Pangunahing Balita (1962–1972)

 Pilipinas News¹ (2012–2014)

 Pilipinas News Weekend¹ (2012–2014)

 Sapul!¹ (2010)

 Sapul sa Singko¹ (2010–2012)

 Sentro (2004–2008)

 TEN: The Evening News¹ (2008–2010)
¹as TV5
Philippine election series[edit]

 Balwarte¹ (2013)

 Pagbabago 2010: The TV5 and PPCRV Presidential Debate¹ (February 7, 2010)

 Panahon Na! (2004)

 Puso sa Puso: Evangelical Presidential Forum¹ (April 29, 2010)
¹as TV5
Public affairs programs[edit]

 Ako Mismo¹ (2010–2011)
 Alagang Kapatid¹ (2010–2012, 2015–present)

 Ali! (2004–2006)

 Anggulo¹ (2011–2012)

 Astig¹ (2010–2011, 2013–2014)

 The Big Story (1992–1995)

 Bitag¹ (2002–2003; 2011–2012)

 Bilang Pilipino¹ (2016)

 Bigtime¹ (2014)

 Crime Klasik¹ (2013)

 Dayo¹ (2013–2014)

 Demolition Job¹ (2013–2014)

 Dokumentado¹ (2010–2011, 2012–2013)

 Dokyu (2005–2007)

 Frontlines (2006–2007)

 I Am Ninoy¹ (2008–2009)

 INQ TV (2004–2005)

 Insider¹ (2012)
 Journo¹ (2010–2012)

 Kalikasan Kalusugan Kabuhayan¹ (2013)

 Kontak 5 (1992–2000)

 Lente (1993–1996)

 Metro (2006–2007)

 News5 Imbestigasyon¹ (2012–2013)

 Numero¹ (2013–2014)

 On Special Assignment (2001–2002)

 Oplan Zero Tambay¹ (2010)

 Panahon Na (2004)

 Philippines' Most Wanted (2001–2004)

 Presinto 5¹ (2012–2013)

 The Probe Team Documentaries (2004–2005)

 Problema Nyo, Sagot Ko! (2003–2005)

 Public Atorni: Asunto o Areglo¹ (2010–2012)

 Public Forum (1992–1994)

 Pulis! Pulis!¹ (2008–2009)
 Reaksyon: Aplikante¹ (2013)

 Real Stories kasama si Loren (2004–2007)

 Relasyon¹ (2012)

 Rescue Mission¹ (2008–2009)

 Rescue5¹ (2013)

 S.O.S.: Stories Of Survival (2005–2007)

 Task Force Siyasat (2002–2003)

 Tech Trip¹ (2010)

 That's My Job! (2008)

 Timbangan¹ (2010)

 T3: Alliance¹ (2011–2016)

 Totoo TV¹ (ABC 5: 2005–2007; TV5: 2010–2011)

 Tutok Tulfo¹ (2010–2012)

 Unang Tikim¹ (2014–2015)

 USI: Under Special Investigation¹ (2010–2012)

 Wanted¹ (2011–2012)

 Wasak¹ (2013)
 The Weakend News With Ramon Bautista¹ (2008–2009)
¹as TV5
TV5 Comedy/Gags/Sitcoms[edit]

 17 Bernard Club (produced by Viva Television, 1992–1994)

 2½ Daddies¹ (2015)

 Alabang Girls (produced by Viva Television, 1992–1994)

 Arekup Video Zonkers¹ (2008–2009)

 Balitang Barbero (1965)

 Caloy's Angels (1992)

 Comedy Bites (2005–2006)

 Dobol Inkredibol (1997)

 Everybody Hapi¹ (2008–2010)

 Front Act¹ (2009–2010)

 Gorio And His Jeepney (1962–1968)

 Ha Ha Hayop¹ (2008–2009)

 Hap-ier Together¹ (2010–2011)

 Idol si Pidol (1992–1995)

 Inday Wanda¹ (2010–2011)
 Iskul Bukol¹ (2011)

 Ispup (1999–2002)

 Ispup Atbp (2002–2004)

 The Jose and Wally Show Starring Vic Sotto¹ (2011–2012)

 Kano Luvs Pinay¹ (2015)

 Kool Skool (produced by Viva Television, 1993)

 Lokomoko¹ (2008–2009; 2011–2012)

 Lokomoko High¹ (2009–2010)

 Lokomoko U¹ (2010–2011; 2012–2013)

 Lady Dada¹ (2010)

 Mac and Chiz¹ (2015)

 Magic? Gimik! Revealed¹ (2010–2011; 2014) (also known as Magic? Gimik!:Pinoy Walastik)

 Magic? Bagsik!¹ (2011–2012)

 Misterless Misis¹ (2015)

 Mommy Elvie's Problematic Show (produced by Ideal Minds Corp., 2007–2008)

 Mr. DJ (1994)

 My Darling Aswang¹ (2010–2011)
 No Harm, No Foul¹ (2015)

 O-gag (1996–1999)

 Ogags¹ (2008–2010)

 One of the Boys¹ (2014)

 Que Horror (1996–1999; 2001)

 Rock and Roll 2000 (1994)

 Rakista¹ (2008)

 Shock Attack¹ (2008–2009)

 Side Stitch (2001–2002)

 Starzan (1992)

 Stay Awake (1992)

 Sugo Mga Kapatid¹ (2011)

 Swerte-Swerte Lang!¹ (2011)

 Tanods¹ (2015)

 Teka Mona! (2006–2007)

 Tondominium (1993–1994)

 Trio Los Bobos (1970)
 Tropa Mo Ko Unli¹ (2013–2015)

 Tropa Mo Ko Nice Di Ba?! (2014–2015)

 Tropa Mo Ko Unli Spoof (2015)

 Tropang Kulit¹ (2013)

 Tropang Trumpo (1994–1999, re aired 2001)

 TVJ on 5 (1992)

 Urban Tales: Tawatakutan¹ (2010)

 Vina (1993–1994)

 Wala Yan Sa Lolo Ko! (2005–2006)

 We R Family (1993–1994)

 The Weakend News With Ramon Bautista¹ (2008–2009)

 Wow Mali¹ (1996–2006; 2009–2010; 2011–2012; 2013–2015)

 Wow Maling Mali (2005–2006)

 Wow Mali Bytes (2007)

 Wow Mali Express (2007–2008)

 Wow Mali Lakas ng Tama!¹ (2013–2015)

 Wow Meganon¹ (2010–2011)
¹as TV5
TV5 Teledrama[edit]

TV5 Drama Series[edit]

 Ang Utol Kong Hoodlum¹ (produced by Viva Television, 2011)

 Carlo J. Caparas' Ang Panday¹ (produced by Viva Television, 2016)

 Babaeng Hampaslupa¹ (2011)

 Bakit Manipis ang Ulap?¹ (produced by Viva Television, 2016)

 Baker King¹ (2015)

 Beki Boxer¹ (2014)

 Carlo J. Caparas' Bangis¹ (2011)

 Cassandra: Warrior Angel¹ (2013)

 Confessions of a Torpe¹ (2014)

 Enchanted Garden¹ (2012–2013)

 Felina: Prinsesa ng mga Pusa¹ (2012)

 Glamorosa¹ (2011–2012)

 Isang Dakot Na Luha¹ (2012)

 Kidlat¹ (2013)

 Madam Chairman¹ (2013–2014)
 Mga Nagbabagang Bulaklak¹ (2011)

 My Driver Sweet Lover¹ (2010–2011)

 My Fair Lady¹ (2015)

 Never Say Goodbye¹ (2013)

 P. S. I Love You¹ (produced by Viva Television, 2011–2012)

 Rod Santiago's The Sisters¹ (2011)

 TV5 Mini Serye (2011–2013)

 Nandito Ako¹ (2012)

 Misibis Bay¹ (2013)

 Sa Ngalan ng Ina¹ (2011)

 Undercover¹ (2013)

 Valiente¹ (produced by TAPE Inc., 2012)
¹as TV5
Drama Anthologies[edit]

 5 Star Specials¹ (2010)

 The Diamond Star¹ (2010)

 Ruffa¹ (2010)

 JC¹ (2010)
 Entertainment Today Telesine Specials (1992–1999)

 Break-Up Diaries¹ (October 2008)

 Have Baby, Will Date¹ (August 2008)

 No Boyfriend Since Birth¹ (September 2008)

 Handog ni Brocka (1992)

 Home Sweet Haus (1996)

 For Love or Money¹ (2013–2014)

 Jasmine¹ (2014)

 Love Notes (1993–1998)

 Nora (1995)

 Nora Aunor Sunday Drama Special (1995–1996)

 Pangarap Kong Jackpot (2000–2001)

 Obsession¹ (2014)

 Positive¹ (2013–2014)

 Studio 5 Presents (1992–1993)

 Star Confessions¹ (2010–2011)

 Real Confessions¹ (2011–2012)
 Studio 5 Presents (1992–1993)

 Trenderas¹ (2014)

 Untold Stories¹ (2010–2012)
¹as TV5
Soap Operas[edit]

 1896 (1996)

 Balintataw (1970–1972)

 Gintong Pangarap (2000–2001)

 Mga Yagit sa Lansangan (1992)

 Noli Me Tangere (1992)

 Salamisim (1971)

 Viva Telekomiks (1992)
Television films[edit]

 Studio 5 Original Movies¹ (2014)

 The Lady Next Door¹ (February 4, 2014)

 When I Fall In Love¹ (February 11, 2014)

 The Replacement Bride¹ (February 18, 2014)

 Bawat Sandali¹ (February 25, 2014)
 More Than Words¹ (May 11, 2014)

 Halik sa Dilim¹ (October 30, 2014)
¹as TV5
Kid-oriented shows[edit]

 5 and Up (1992–1994)

 A.R.K. (Anime Ring Kaisho) (2005–2007)

 A.S.T.I.G. (All Set To Imitate God) (produced by CBN Asia, Inc.) (2005–2006)

 Art Is Kool (2004–2005)

 Batang Vidaylin (in cooperation with Abbot Laboratories, 2001)

 Batang X: The Next Generation¹ (2008)

 Batang X The Series (1992)

 Batibot¹ (2010–2013)

 Biyaheng Bulilit¹ (2009–2010)

 Boyoyong (1992–1993)

 Camp Tiger¹ (2010)

 Chikiting Patrol (2004–2006)

 Hershey's Kidz Town (2001–2002)

 Kids TV (2006–2007)
 KNN: Kabataan News Network (2004–2007)

 Kiddie Kwela¹ (2008–2010)

 Learning your ABC (1992)

 Mustard TV¹ (2008–2010)

 Toogs¹ (2008–2010)
¹as TV5
Educational programs[edit]

 Agri Link (1994–2001)

 Ating Alamin (produced by Ka Gerry Geronimo Productions, 2005–2007)

 Better Home Ideas (1995–1996)

 Chef vs. Mom¹ (2012–2013)

 Cooking Kumares¹ (2012)

 Cooking With The Daza's Kitchen (1995–2004)

 Gourmet Everyday (2003–2007)

 How 'Bout My Place (produced by Little Wing Productions, 2004–2006)

 How 'Bout My Place Tonight¹ (produced by Little Wing Productions, 2009)

 Island Flavors (2004–2008)

 Look Who's Cooking (2008)
 Promdi Chef: Visayas Tours¹ (2009)

 Star sa Kusina (2006–2008)

 Tipong Pinoy (1998)

 What's Cooking at Sylvia's Kitchen
¹as TV5
Informative[edit]

 3R¹ (2008)

 America Atbp. (2006–2008)

 Asenso Pinoy (2005–2008)

 Buhay Pinoy (2007–2008)

 EZ Shop (2005–2008)

 Generation RX (2006–2008)

 Hayop sa Galing¹ (2013)

 Healthline (2005–2007)

 Infochat (1997–2002)

 Interactive TV Shopping ¹ (2006–2008)

 Jinrilationships¹ (2015)

 Kakaibang Lunas¹ (2015-2017)
 Kapatid with Joel Mendez (2005–2008)

 Kumare Club¹ (2011–2012)

 Lucida DS: United Shelter Health Show (2007–2008)

 Maunlad na Agrikultura (2011–2012)

 Metro TV Shopping (2000-2005)

 MOG TV¹ (2009–2010)

 Mom Ko To!

 Mom TV (2005–2006)

 Mommy Academy (produced by Ka Gerry Geronimo Productions, 2001–2006)

 Mysteries 2000 (1993-1995)

 Proactiv Solution (2000-2008)

 Quantum Showcase (2001-2005)

 Side Stitch (2001–2002)

 Skin Deep (1997–2000)

 Tahanang Pinoy (2002–2007)

 Teens (2007–2008)

 Today's Moms (2005–2007)
 Trabaho Lang! (2001–2002)

 Urban Doktor (2001–2002)

 Value Vision

 Winner TV Shopping (2003–2008)

 W.O.W.: What's on Weekend (2008)
¹as TV5
Travel shows[edit]

 Biyaheng Bulilit¹ (2009–2010)

 Gone for the Weekend (2001–2002)

 ISLA on ABC (2005)

 Pinoy Explorer¹ (2011–2014)

 Travel on a Shoestring¹ (2008–2009)

 W.O.W.: What's On Weekend (2008)
¹as TV5
Lifestyle shows[edit]

 3R¹ (2008)

 Better Home Ideas (1995-1996)

 Bodies and Motion (1994–2000)
 Cocktales¹ (2013)

 Flo¹ (2008–2009)

 Gellicious¹ (2011–2012)

 Gone for the Weekend (2001–2002)

 Happy Wife, Happy Life¹ (2015)

 Kada (1993–1996)

 Kapatid with Joel Mendez (2005–2008)

 Philip: Lifestyle Guy¹ (2013–2014)

 Side Stitch (2001–2002)

 Tahanang Pinoy (2002–2007)

 Tech Trip¹ (2010)

 Teens (2006–2008)

 Toyz¹ (2009)

 Travel on a Shoestring¹ (2008–2009)

 Urban Tribe¹ (2009–2010)
¹as TV5
Magazine shows[edit]

 FLO¹ (2008–2009)
 Gone for the Weekend (2001–2002)

 Kada (1993–1996)

 Side Stitch (2001–2002)

 Teens (2006–2008)

 Toyz¹ (2008–2009)

 Unlimited Engagement (1998)
¹as TV5
Religious shows[edit]

 A.S.T.I.G. (All Set To Imitate God) (produced by CBN Asia, Inc., 2005–2006)

 Ang Iglesia ni Cristo (1992-2003)

 The Chaplet of the Divine Mercy (1992–2008)

 Community Mass on ABC (2004-2007)

 Family Land Children's Show (2006–2008)

 Family Matters (2010-2016)

 Family Rosary Crusade (1992–2008)

 Guidelines With Dr. Harold J. Sala (2002–2005)

 Inside The Fishbowl¹ (2008–2010, now aired on TV Maria Channel)

 Kerygma TV¹ (2007–2010, moved to ANC)
 Light Talk (2006–2008)

 Mustard TV¹ (2008–2010)

 Power To Unite (2008)

 Signs & Wonders (2007–2008)

 Sunday Mass on ABC¹ (2007-2010)

 This New Life At Alabang New Life¹ (2009–2010)

 Three Minutes a Day with Fr. James Reuter, S.J. (2005–2008) (produced by Family Rosary Crusade)

 The Word Exposed with Bishop Luis Antonio Tagle, D.D.¹ (produced by Jesuit Communications Foundation, 2008–2010, moved
to ANC)

 The 700 Club Asia (Produced by CBN Asia, Inc., 2002–2006)

 Word Made Flesh (2004–2008)
¹as TV5
Entertainment[edit]

Youth-oriented shows[edit]

 17 Bernard Club (produced by Viva Television, 1992–1994)

 3R¹ (2008–2009)

 All Hot Music¹ (2008–2009)

 The Basketball Show (2004–2005)
 Bagets: Just Got Lucky¹ (produced by Viva Television, 2011–2012)

 BFGF¹ (2010–2011)

 Club TV (2004)

 Game Extreme Channel (2003–2004)

 G&G: Goals & Girls¹ (2009)

 Gone for the Weekend (2001–2002)

 HushHush¹ (2008–2009)

 K-TV (1992–1993)

 KNN: Kabataan News Network (2004–2007)

 Kada (1993–1996)

 Kool Skool (produced by Viva Television, 1993)

 Lipgloss¹ (2008–2009)

 Lovebooks Presents¹ (2008)

 Break-Up Diaries¹ (2008)

 Have Baby, Will Date¹ (2008)

 No Boyfriend Since Birth¹ (2008)

 Love Bytes (1996-1997)
 Love Notes (1993–1996)

 Luv Crazy¹ (2011)

 The Misadventures of Maverick and Ariel (produced by Ideal Minds Corp., 2003–2005)

 MP3¹ (2008)

 Music Bureau (1993–1998)

 Mysmatch¹ (2008)

 On-Air (produced by Ideal Minds Corp., 2001–2004)

 Side Stitch (2001–2002)

 SINGLE (produced by Ideal Minds Corp., 2002–2004)

 Teens (2006–2008)

 Three Blind Dates (produced by Ideal Minds Corp., 2004–2005)

 Wattpad Presents¹ (2014–2016)

 My Tag Boyfriend¹ (2014)

 Mr. Popular Meets Miss Nobody¹ (2014)

 Poser¹ (2014)

 Almost A Cinderella Story¹ (2014)

 Dyepni¹ (2014)
 The Savage Cassanova¹ (2014)

 Fake Fiance¹ (2014)

 Diary ng Hindi Malandi: Slight Lang!¹ (2014)

 Mr. Popular Meets Miss Nobody 2¹ (2014)

 His Secretary¹ (2014)

 Just For A While¹ (2014)

 Game of Love¹ (2014)

 Trip In Love or Fall In Love¹ (2015)

 Mistakenly Meant For You¹ (2015)

 I'm In Love with A Dota Player¹ (2015)

 A House Full of Hunks¹ (2015)

 Cupid Fools¹ (2015)

 Ex-Ko Ang Idol Niyo!¹ (2015)

 BitterElla¹ (2015)

 My Fiance Since Birth¹ (2015)

 Heartbreaker¹ (2015)

 My Ex, My Professor¹ (2015)
 Lady In Disguise¹ (2015)

 The Magic in You¹ (2015)

 The Nerdy Girl Turns Into A Hottie Chick¹ (2015)

 Lala Laitera¹ (2015)

 Marry You¹ (2015)

 Sky My Robot Prince¹ (2015)

 Hot & Cold¹ (2015)

 How To Break-up with The Bad Boy¹ (2015)

 Maid For Korean Boys¹ (2015)

 Secretly In A Relationship with a Gangster¹ (2015)

 Jenny & The Magic Arinola¹ (2015)

 Said I Love You¹ (2015)

 Unwanted Girlfriend¹ (2015)

 I'm 20 But Still NBSB¹ (2015)

 Pristine Academy¹ (2015)

 Heartbreaker¹ (2015)

 Take It or Leave It¹ (2015)
 Bebeng Pabebe Meets Super Jiro¹ (2015)

 Casanovas Love Game¹ (2015)

 My Chinito¹ (2015)

 Ang Mahiwagang Bra ni Lola¹ (2015)

 Beauty And The Beks¹ (2015)

 We're Married¹ (2015)

 A Rose Between Two Thorns¹ (2015)

 Love Encounters¹ (2015)

 Wicked Ways¹ (2015)

 Wrong Number¹ (2015)

 Iska Ispiritista¹ (2015)

 The Ignorant Princess¹ (2015)

 The K Pop Star And I¹ (2015–2016)

 Saranghaeyo, My Bodyguard¹ (2016)

 Avah Maldita¹ (2016)

 Mysterious Guy at the Coffee Shop¹ (2016)

 My Soulmate is from Another Planet¹ (2016)
 My Casanova Husband¹ (2016)

 Heart Over Matter¹ (2016)

 Saranghaeyo, My Bodyguard¹ (2016)

 My Boyfriend By Accident¹ (2016)

 Hiling¹ (2016)

 Mr. Cold¹ (2016)

 That Girl¹ (2016)

 Bilin ni Lola¹ (2016)

 Picture of You¹ (2016)

 The Other Side¹ (2016)

 Confessions of a Fashion Blogger¹ (2016)

 Salamin¹ (2016)

 He's A Kidnapper¹ (2016)

 I'm His Tutor¹ (2016)

 300 Days with My Contract Husband¹ (2016)
¹as TV5
Reality shows[edit]

 The Alabang Housewives¹ (2013)
 The Amazing Race Philippines¹ (2012, 2014)

 The Amazing Race Philippines (Season 1) (2012)

 The Amazing Race Philippines (Season 2) (2014)

 Artista Academy¹ (2012)

 The Biggest Game Show In The World Asia¹ (2012)

 Boracay Bodies¹ (2013)

 Dobol Inkredibol (1997)

 Extreme Series: Kaya Mo Ba 'To¹ (2015)

 The Exchange (produced by Ideal Minds Corp., 2001–2002)

 Global Shockers (2006–2007)

 Guinness Book of World Records Philippine Edition (2004)

 Hayop Na Hayop (2006)

 Hollywood Dream Philippine Edition (2005)

 Juan Direction (2013-2014, re-run; 2016) (produced by News5)

 Kanta Pilipinas¹ (2013)

 Karinderya Wars¹ (2013)

 KISPinoy: The K-Pop Philippination¹ (2015)
 Kung May Hirap, May Ginhawa¹ (2013)

 Kuwentong Talentado¹ (2009–2010)

 My MVP¹ (2008)

 Mysmatch¹ (2008)

 OMG¹ (2008–2009)

 On-Air (produced by Ideal Minds Corp., 2001–2004)

 Philippine Idol (2006)

 Philippines Scariest Challenge¹ (2008)

 Ripley's Believe It Or Not Philippine Edition (2005–2006)

 S.O.S.: Stories of Survival (2005-2007)

 SINGLE (produced by Ideal Minds Corp., 2002–2004)

 Side Stitch (2001–2002)

 That's My Job (2008)

 Three Blind Dates (produced by Ideal Minds Corp., 2004–2005)

 To do Maxx (in English: Maximum Exposure) (2006)

 Trabaho Lang (2001–2002, 2006–2007)

 Video Incredible¹ (2012)
¹as TV5
Talent shows[edit]

 Artista Academy¹ (2012)

 Batang Vidaylin (2001)

 Born to Be a Star¹ (2016)

 Hollywood Dream Philippine Edition (2003)

 Voice of McDonald's¹ (2009)

 Move It: Clash of the Streetdancers¹ (2015)

 Philippine Idol (2006)

 Shall We Dance? (2005–2010)

 The Celebrity Dance Challenge Kids Edition (2005)

 It's Your Time to Shine (2006)

 The Celebrity Dance Challenge Kids Edition (2006)

 The Stars Are Back (2006)

 The Search for the 2008 Dancing Queen (2008)

 Search for the Dancing Superstars¹ (2008)

 War on the Dance Floor¹ (2008)

 Challenge of the Champions¹ (2009)
 Bigatin Challenge¹ (2009)

 Star Factor¹ (2010)

 Talentadong Pinoy (2008–2013, 2014)

 Talentadong Pinoy International Edition¹ (2012)

 Talentadong Pinoy Kids¹ (2012)

 Talentadong Pinoy Worldwide¹ (2012–2013)

 Talentadong Pinoy Junior¹ (2012–2013)

 Talentadong Pinoy 2014¹ (2014)
¹as TV5
Musical shows[edit]

 Aawitan Kita (2002–2006)

 Adlibs with Cheche Lazaro (1992)

 All Hot Music¹ (2008–2009)

 By Request (2000–2004)

 Club TV (2005)

 Call Me Papa Jack¹ (2015)

 K-TV (1992–1993)

 The Mega and The Songwriter¹ (2013–2014)
 MP3¹ (2008)

 MTV Pinoy Top 20 Pilipinas¹ (2016)

 Music Bureau (1994–1999)

 Musika ATBP (1998–2000)

 P.O.P.S.: Pops On Primetime Saturday (1992–1996)

 Sabado Boys¹ (2009–2010)

 Sarah Geronimo Concert Series¹ (produced by Viva Entertainment, 2010)

 Soul Mix¹ (produced by JesCom Foundation, 2006–2010)

 Spin Nation¹ (produced by Spinnr.ph, 2013–2014)

 Video Hot Tracks (1992–2005)

 VINA (1993–1994)
¹as TV5
Game shows[edit]

 B na B: Baliw na Baliw (1994–1997)

 Barangay Utakan¹ (2015–2016)

 Baikingu¹ (2008–2010)

 Blind Item (2005)

 Camp Tiger¹ (2010)
 Double W (2007–2008)

 Easy Money: Ang Cash ng Bayan (2000)

 Family Feud Pinoy Edition (2001–2003)

 Game Extreme Channel (2003)

 Go For It! (1998–1999)

 House or Not¹ (2010–2011)

 Jeepney Jackpot: Pera o Para!¹ (2013)

 Karinderya Wars¹ (2013)

 Killer Karaoke (2013–2014)

 Killer Karaoke: Pinoy Naman (2013–2014)

 Let's Ask Pilipinas¹ (2013–2014; 2014)

 Love Bytes (1996-1997)

 Lucky Numbers¹ (2011)

 Laugh or Lose¹ (2010–2011)

 Million Peso Money Drop (2012–2013)

 Mysmatch¹ (2008)

 Philippine Lottery Draw (2003-2005)
 Premyo sa Resibo (2006–2007)

 The Price is Right Pinoy Edition (2001–2003)

 Puso o Pera (2004)

 R.U. Kidding Me¹ (2011)

 Sing Galing (1998–2005)

 Sing Galing ni Pops (2004–2005)

 Sing Galing The Trio-oke Showdown (2004)

 Slingo (2007)

 Text 2 Win (2008)

 Toink Sino Ang Tama?¹ (2012)

 Wheel of Fortune Pinoy Edition (2001–2002)

 Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?¹ (2009–2015)

 Win Win Win (2007)

 You And Me Against The World¹ (2008–2009)
¹as TV5
Showbiz-oriented shows[edit]

 Ang Latest¹ (2012–2013)

 Isang Tanong, Isang Sagot! (1993–1995)
 Juicy!¹ (2008–2012)

 Nap Knock (1993–1995)

 Paparazzi Showbiz Exposed¹ (2010–2012)

 Secrets (2005)

 Showbiz Police: Una sa Eksena¹ (2013–2014)

 Showbiz Konek na Konek¹ (2015)

 Stars on 5 (1994–1997)

 The Troika Tonite (1995–1999)
¹as TV5
Talk shows[edit]

 3R¹ (2008)

 Ang Latest¹ (2012–2013)

 Diretsahan (2004)

 Face The People¹ (2013–2014)

 Face to Face¹ (2010–2013)

 Heart to Heart with Helen Gamboa (1993–1994)

 I Love Philippine Idol Exclusive (2006)

 Isang Tanong, Isang Sagot! (1992–1995)
 Jojo A. All The Way!¹ (2009–2010)

 Kapatid with Joel Mendez (2005–2008)

 Late Night with Edu (1992–1994)

 Look Who's Talking (2003–2006)

 The Edu Manzano Show (1992–1994)

 Medyo Late Night Show with Jojo A. All The Way¹ (2010–2013, 2015)

 Pops Talk Show (2003–2006)

 Secrets (2005)

 Solved na Solved¹ (2015)

 Sharon: Kasama Mo, Kapatid¹ (2012–2013)

 Stars on 5 (1994-1997)

 Straight To The Heart (1992–1993)

 Wala Yan Sa Lolo Ko! (2005–2006)

 What's Up Doods?¹ (2013–2014)
¹as TV5
Variety shows[edit]

 Carmen on Camera (1968–1972)

 Chinese Variety Show (1996–2003)
 Club TV (2005)

 Dance-O-Rama (1967–1972)

 Eezy Dancing (1996–2001)

 Fan*tastik¹ (2011)

 For Men Only (1968–1972)

 Game N' Go¹ (2012–2013)

 Game N' Go All-Stars¹ (2013)

 Good Evening Please (1996–1997)

 Helen (1966–1970)

 Hey It's Saberdey!¹ (2011–2012)

 Happy Truck ng Bayan¹ (2015–2016)

 Happy Truck HAPPinas¹ (2016)

 HAPPinas Happy Hour¹ (2016)

 Kool on Kam (2002–2004)

 May I Sing To You (1960–1965)

 The Mega & The Songwriter¹ (2013–2014)

 MP3¹ (2008)
 Music Bureau (1993–1998)

 P.O.5¹ (2010–2011)

 POPS! (1992–1996)

 Showtime Funtime (1992)

 Sunday Funday¹ (2012)

 Super Slam Bang¹ (2009)

 Vina (1993–1994)

 Willing Willie¹ (2010–2011)

 Wil Time Bigtime¹ (2011–2013)

 Wowowillie¹ (2013)
¹as TV5
Fantasy series[edit]

 Batang X (1995–1996)

 Batang X: The Next Generation¹ (2008)

 Darna (1961)

 Darna at Ang Impakta (1965)

 Istorifik: Pidol's Kwentong Fantastik¹ (2013)

 Kapitan Awesome¹ (2012–2013)
 LolaBasyang.com¹ (produced by The Idea First Company, 2015–2016)

 Moomoo and Me¹ (2009–2010)

 Tasya Fantasya¹ (produced by Viva Entertainment, 2016)

 Pidol's Wonderland¹ (2010–2013)
¹as TV5
Horror Series[edit]

 Guni Guni (1996)

 Malikmata (1997)

 Midnight DJ¹ (2008–2011)

 Regal Shocker¹ (2011–2012)

 Que Horror (1996-1999)

 #ParangNormal Activity¹ (produced by The Idea First Company, 2015–2016)

 Third Eye¹ (2012)
¹as TV5
Sports-oriented programs[edit]

 ABAP: Go For Gold

 All Star Professional Wrestling (2004–2008)

 Astig PBA (2007–2008)
 The Basketball Show (2004–2005)

 Buhay PBA (2007–2008)

 Hard Hat with Rannie Raymundo (1994-1999)

 House of Hoops NBA Review Show¹ (2007–2008)

 iPBA (2007)

 Kwentong Gilas: The Road to Spain¹ (2014)

 My MVP¹ (2008)

 PBA Classics (2006–2008)

 Pool Showdown (2007-2008)

 NCAA Games (2013–2015) (returned to ABS-CBN Sports of ABS-CBN Sports and Action 2015-present)

 Ringside (2004–2008)

 San Lazaro Hippodrome Horse Racing (1964–1967)

 Speed by MP Turbo (2003–2004)

 Sports 360¹ (2015–2016)

 Stoplight TV¹ (2009–2010)

 TNA Impact (2004–2006)

 URCC TV¹ (2009–2010)
 Viva Main Event (produced by VIVA Sports, 1998–2000)

 World Class Boxing (2007-2008)

 WWE Raw¹*** (ABC 5: 1994–2001, 2007–2008, TV5: 2009–2010)

 WWE SmackDown¹** (ABC 5: 2007–2008, TV5: 2009–2010)
¹as TV5
(***) moved to AKTV on IBC 13 from to 2012 to 2013, moved to Studio 23 now on ABS-CBN Sports and Action from 2012 to 2014, now
on Fox Philippines 2014–present.

Specials[edit]
Main article: List of TV5 (Philippines) specials aired

Foreign and canned shows[edit]
Anime[edit]

 Azumanga Daioh¹ (2008)

 Battle Spirits¹ (2010)

 Black Blood Brothers¹ (2008)

 Casshern Sins¹ (2010)

 Clannad¹ (2010)

 Code Geass¹ (2008)

 Cowboy Bebop¹ (2008–2009)

 Coyote Ragtime Show¹ (2008)
 Crayon Shin-Chan

 Cyborg Kuro-chan (2004)

 D.Gray-man¹ (2010)

 Destiny Warriors (Jyūshin Embu – Hero Tales)

 DN Angel¹ (2008)

 Dragon League

 Duel Masters¹ (2008, 2009–2010)

 Eto Rangers

 F (2001–2003)

 Fancy Lala (2001–2003)

 Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood (2010)

 Fushigi Yuugi¹ (2008)

 Golgo 13¹ (2010 – incomplete episodes)

 Gundam 00¹ (2010 – incomplete episodes)

 Hutch the Honeybee (1994)

 Kimba the White Lion (1993)

 Legendz¹ (2009)
 Lovely Detective Labyrinth¹ (2009)

 Lucky Star¹ (2010)

 Magical Doremi¹ (2015 - incomplete episodes)

 Maha Go! Go! Go! (Speed Racer X) (2002)

 Mai HiME¹ (2008)

 Makibaoh¹ (2009)

 The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya¹ (2009)

 Mobile Suit Gundam 00¹ (2010, 2013)

 Mon Colle Knights (2003)

 Mythical Detective Loki Ragnarok¹ (2009)

 Ninja Boy Rantaro (2004–2006)

 Noein¹ (2008)

 Pollyanna (1994)

 Pygmalio (2002-2003)

 Ranma ½¹ (2009)

 Sailor Moon (1994–2004)

 Shakugan no Shana and Shakugan no Shana Second¹ (2008–2009)
 Shurato

 Special A¹ (2009, 2010)

 Slam Dunk (1995–1998) (now airs on GMA Network since 2003)

 Street Fighter II V¹ (2010)

 Sword Art Online¹ (2015)

 Time Quest

 Tokyo Majin¹ (2008)

 Toradora¹ (2009–2010)

 Transformers: Armada¹ (2008)

 Two Years Vacation with Dinosaurs

 The Wallflower¹ (2008)

 Witchblade¹ (2009)

 Yaiba (1995–1996)

 Yamato Nadeshiko Shichi Henge¹ (2010)

 Yatterman¹ (2010)
¹as TV5
Asian animation[edit]

 I-Go Youngster¹ (2008)
 Lazenca

 Restol

 The Adventures of Little Carp¹ (2009)

 The Wanderings of San Mao¹ (2008)
¹as TV5
Super Sentai/Tokusatsu[edit]

 Gavan (1994-1996, 1999-2000) (Sky Ranger Gavan) (Tagalog Version)

 Guyferd (1999–2004, 2010–2011) (Tagalog version)

 Janperson (1998–2000) (Tagalog version)

 Jetman (1998-1999) (Tagalog Version)

 Masked Rider Blade¹ (2008–2009)

 Masked Rider Hibiki¹ (2009, 2013) (the American version of Masked Rider Black RX) (Tagalog Version)

 Zyuranger (1998-2000) (Tagalog Version)
Cartoons[edit]

 Aquaman

 Back to the Future: The Animated Series

 Barney & Friends¹ (2008–2010)

 Bill & Ted's Bogus Adventure Animated Series
 Bob The Builder¹ (2008)

 The Bots Master

 Bratz¹ (2008)

 Camp Wilderness

 Captain America

 Chuggington¹ (2010)

 Elmo's World¹ (2008–2009)

 The Fantastic Voyages of Sinbad the Sailor

 Freakazoid! (2000's)

 Free Willy

 G.I. Joe

 Global Grover¹ (2008–2009)

 Grimm's Fairy Tales and the story Book Series

 Gumby

 He-Man and the Masters of the Universe

 Hi-5¹ (2009–2010, 2015)

 Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n' Wrestling
 Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.¹ (2014–2015)

 Krypto the Superdog¹ (2016)

 Inhumanoids (1999–2000)

 Laser Patrol

 The Looney Tunes Show¹ (2015–2016)

 Macron 1

 Marine Boy

 Marvel's Avengers Assemble¹ (2014–2015)

 Maxie's World

 The New Adventures of Superman

 Oggy and the Cockroaches¹ (2010–2014)

 Pingu¹ (2008)

 The Pink Panther

 Pinky Dinky Doo¹ (2008–2010)

 Play with Me Sesame¹ (2008–2010)

 Postman Pat¹ (2008)

 Princess Tenko
 Rat-A-Tat (2016)

 The Real Ghostbusters

 Savage Dragon

 She-Ra

 Shelley Duvall's Bedtime Stories

 Spider-Man

 Star Blazers

 Starcom: The U.S. Space Force

 Super Mario Bros.

 Superman: The Animated Series

 The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries

 Thomas and Friends¹ (2008–2010)

 The Three Stooges Animated Series

 Timmy the Tooth

 The Tom and Jerry Show¹ (2015–2016)

 Tiny Toons Adventures (1992–1993)

 Transformers
 Transformers Generation 2

 The Twisted Tales of Felix the Cat

 The Upside Down Show¹ (2008)

 Wing Commander Academy

 The Wizard of Oz

 X-Men¹ (1996–2002, 2014–2015)

 Zorro
¹as TV5
Nickelodeon on ABC/TV5[edit]

 The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron¹ (2008–2010)

 All Grown Up! (2007–2008)

 Avatar: The Legend of Aang¹ (2007–2010)

 Blue's Clues¹ (2006–2010)

 CatDog¹ (2006–2010)

 Catscratch¹ (2008–2010)

 ChalkZone¹ (2006–2010)

 Danny Phantom¹ (2007–2010)

 Dora the Explorer¹ (2006–2010)
 Drake & Josh¹ (2008)

 El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera¹ (2010)

 Global Guts (2006–2007)

 Go, Diego, Go!¹ (2008–2010)

 Hey Arnold! (2006–2007)

 Hi-5¹ (2009–2010)

 Legends of the Hidden Temple¹ (2008–2010)

 Oh Yeah Cartoons! (2007–2008)

 Rocko's Modern Life¹ (2008–2010)

 SpongeBob SquarePants¹ (2006–2010)*

 The Wild Thornberrys (2006–2007)

 Wonder Pets¹ (2008–2010)

 Yo Gabba Gabba!¹ (2010)
¹as TV5
(*) Now airing at ABS-CBN, but the episodes are carried from various predecessors.
TV5 Kids Presents Cartoon Network[edit]

 Adventure Time¹ (2012–2014)

 The Amazing World of Gumball¹ (2013–2014)
 Batman: The Brave and the Bold¹ (2010–2011)

 Ben 10¹ (2010–2012)

 Ben 10: Alien Force¹ (2012–2013)

 Ben 10: Omniverse¹ (2012, 2013, 2014)

 Ben 10: Ultimate Alien¹ (2013–2015)

 Camp Lazlo¹ (2010–2011)

 Codename: Kids Next Door¹ (2012-2013)

 Chowder¹ (2010–2011)

 Dexter's Laboratory¹ (2010–2011)

 Ed, Edd, & Eddy¹ (2010–2011)

 Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends¹ (2010–2011)

 Generator Rex¹ (2011–2014)

 The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy¹ (2010)

 Johnny Bravo¹ (2010–2012, 2013–2015)

 League of Super Evil¹ (2010–2011)

 The Misadventures of Flapjack¹ (2013–2014)

 My Gym Partner's a Monkey¹ (2010–2011)
 The Powerpuff Girls¹ (2010, 2011, 2013, 2014)

 Regular Show¹ (2013–2014)

 Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!¹ (2011)

 Sym-Bionic Titan¹ (2013–2014)

 Teen Titans¹ (2011–2013)
¹as TV5
TV5 Kids Presents Disney Club[edit]

 Combo Niños¹ (2013)

 Dave the Barbarian¹ (2014)

 Doc McStuffins¹ (2015)

 Emperor's New School¹ (2014–2015)

 Fish Hooks¹ (2012–2013)

 Gargoyles¹ (2013–2014)

 Gravity Falls¹ (2014–2015)

 Hannah Montana¹ (2011-2012)

 Handy Manny¹ (2010–2012, 2015–2016)

 Henry Hugglemonster¹ (2014–2015)

 Higglytown Heroes¹ (2015)
 Jake and the Neverland Pirates¹ (2012–2014)

 Jungle Junction¹ (2013–2014)

 Kick Buttowski: Suburban Daredevil¹ (2010–2011)

 Kim Possible¹ (2015)

 Lilo & Stitch: The Series¹

 Lloyd in Space¹ (2014–2015)

 Mickey Mouse Clubhouse¹ (2011–2014)

 Phineas and Ferb¹ (2010–2013)

 Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja¹ (2016-2017)

 Sofia The First¹ (2014–2015)

 Special Agent Oso¹ (2010–2011)

 The Replacements¹ (2014–2015)

 Stitch!¹ (2011–2012, 2014–2015)

 Teacher's Pet¹ (2015)

 The Legend of Tarzan¹ (2014–2015)

 The Suite's Life¹ (2011-2012)
¹as TV5
Variety shows[edit]

 The Magic of Mark Wilson
Game/reality/talent shows[edit]

 American Idol (2004–2007)

 The Apprentice with Donald Trump (Seasons 1 to 5)

 The Apprentice with Martha Stewart

 Asia's Next Top Model (2014, 2016)

 Asia's Next Top Model (cycle 2)1 (2014)

 Asia's Next Top Model (cycle 4)1 (2016)

 Catfish (2016-2017)

 Ex on the Beach (2016-2017)

 Friendzone (2016)

 Guinness World Records

 Killer Karaoke1 (2013)

 MasterChef Asia1 (2015–2016)

 Maximum Exposure

 Record Breakers
 Rockstar: INXS

 So You Think You Can Dance?

 Stories Of Survival

 Temptation Island

 There's Something About Miriam

 Video Zonkers
¹as TV5
American series[edit]

 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.¹ (2015)

 Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1992)

 Arrow¹ (2016)

 Batman (1992)

 Beach Patrol

 Big Bad Beetleborgs

 Bugging Out (2016–2017)

 Bugs

 The Burning Zone

 The Cape
 Cashmere Mafia¹ (2008)

 Chicago Sons

 Clueless

 Cobra

 Desperate Housewives

 Diagnosis: Murder

 Eerie Indiana

 ER (1996–2004)

 FBI: The Untold Stories

 Frasier

 Friends (1996–2006)

 F/X: The Series

 Growing Pains

 The Hat Squad

 Hearts are Wild

 Hercules: The Legendary Journeys

 High Tide
 Highlander: The Series

 The Hitchhiker

 How Clean Is Your House?

 Hunter

 The Last Frontier (1992-1995)

 Law & Order: Trial by Jury

 Life Goes On

 Life with Roger

 Lizzie McGuire (2005–2007)

 Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (1993–2003)

 Love Monkey¹ (2008)

 MADtv (2000–2002)

 Masked Rider

 Midnight Caller

 Muppets Tonight (1998–2000)

 New York Undercover

 Normal Ohio (1992–2001)
 A Peaceful Kingdom (1992)

 Police Academy: The Series (1992–1995)

 Quantum Leap (1992–1993)

 Rachel Gunn, R.N.

 Raven

 Sabrina, the Teenage Witch (2001–2003)

 The Sentinel

 Sightings

 Sliders (1993–1995)

 Small Wonder (1992–1996)

 Snow Buddies

 Soldier Of Fortune

 Spy Game

 Strangers

 Suddenly Susan

 Sweet Valley High

 Tattooed Teenage Alien Fighters from Beverly Hills
 Teen Wolf¹ (2015–2016)

 Super Bloopers and Practical Jokes

 Sweet Valley High

 Tarzan

 Team Knight Rider

 That '70s Show

 Touched by an Angel

 Under Suspicion

 The Vampire Diaries¹ (2015)

 Vanpires

 Viper

 VR Troopers

 Working

 Xena: The Warrior Princess
¹as TV5
Asianovelas[edit]

 Amachan¹ (2015–2016)

 Black and White¹ (2010)
 Bride of the Century¹ (2014)

 Cool Guys, Hot Ramen¹ (2014)

 Cheer up on Love¹ (2011)

 Don't Cry, My Love¹ (2010–2011)

 Don't Worry Be Happy¹ (2009–2010)

 Easy Fortune Happy Life¹ (2010)

 First Wives' Club¹ (2010–2011)

 Flames of Desire¹ (2011)

 Gangster Love: Metamorphosis¹ (2010)

 Giant¹ (2012–2013)

 Glass Castle¹ (2010–2011)

 Golden Bride¹ (2008–2009)

 Good Wife, Bad Wife¹ (2011)

 Hero¹ (2010)

 High Kick!¹ (2010)

 Likeable or Not¹ (2013–2014)

 The Little Ngongya¹ (2009–2010)
 Love You a Thousand Times¹ (2012)

 My Wife is a Superwoman¹ (2010)

 Oh Su Jung vs. Karl¹ (2008)

 Pink Lipstick¹ (2012–2013)

 Runaway¹ (2012)

 Smile Honey¹ (2010)

 Split¹ (2010)

 The Accidental Couple (2016)

 Time Between Dog and Wolf¹ (2010)

 Under One Roof¹ (2009–2010)

 Water Boys¹ (2008–2009)

 What's For Dinner?¹ (2011)

 White Lies¹ (2012–2013)

 Women of Times¹ (2009–2010)

 You Are My Destiny¹ (2013; re-runs, 2013–2014)
¹as TV5
Telenovelas[edit]

 Doble Cara
 Letty La Mas Fea

 La Reina del Sur¹ (2016-2017)

 Maria Bonita

 Morena Clara

 Rebelde¹ (2008)

 Untamed Beauties¹ (2008-2009)

 La Viuda de Blanco
¹as TV5
Indian dramas[edit]

 Mumbai Thrillers
Movie blocks and specials[edit]

 5 Max Movies¹ (2008–2010)

 ABC Onstage

 ABC Theater

 ABCinema (1992–1998; 2004–2008)

 Action Packed Sabado¹ (2010)

 Action Theater (1993–1996)

 The Big Night
 Cinemalaya

 Entertainment Today

 Friday Box Office

 Friday Night Action¹ (2013)

 Golden Classics

 Good Vibes Wednesday¹ (2014)

 Monday Night Blockbusters¹ (2013–2014)

 More Action Theater

 Primetime Super Sine¹ (2011)

 Saturday Night Blockbusters

 Saturday Night Movies

 Saturday Night Specials

 Shorts

 Sine Klasiks (1992–2002)

 Sine Ko 5ingko Indie 'To (2013)

 Sine Ko 5ingko Premiere (2013)

 Sine Ko Singko¹ (2013)
 Sinetanghali¹ (2011-2013)

 Sunday Night Movies

 Sunday Night Specials

 Sabado Sineplex¹ (2011–2013)

 Sunday Sineplex¹ (2011–2013)

 Super Sine 5¹ (2011–2013)

 Super Sine Prime¹ (2012–2013)

 Takilya Busters

 Tuesday Christmas Countdown¹ (2013)

 Tuesday Happy Hour¹ (2014)

 Tuesday Night Blockbusters

 Tuesday Nine-Thirty

 TV5 Kids Movie Special¹ (2013–2014)

 TV5 Kids Presents Disney Movie¹ (2011)

 TV5 Kids Presents Marvel Animated Movies¹ (2013)

 Viva Blockbusters

 Viva Box Office
 Viva Cine Idols

 Wednesday Night Thriller¹ (2013)

 The Wonderful World of Disney (2015–2016)
¹as TV5
Movie trailer shows[edit]

 Movies to Watch (1993–1999)

See also[edit]
 TV5

 List of programs broadcast by TV5 (Philippines)

External links[edit]
 Official website of TV5

References[edit]

List of TV5/ABC5 specials aired
This is a list of special previously broadcast by TV5. For the currently aired shows of the network, please see the list of programs broadcast
by TV5.
Election coverage specials[edit]

 Election '69 (with DZBB-TV 7 and DZTV-TV 13)

 The Vote '92

 The Vote '95

 The Vote '98

 The Vote 2001

 Bilang Bayan 2004 (together with RMN)

 Bilang Bayan 2007 (together with RMN)

 Pagbabago 2010¹

 Pagbabago 2013¹

 Bilang Pilipino 2016¹
¹as TV5

Sports coverage[edit]

 2000 Sydney Summer Olympics (September 15–October 1, 2000)

 2003 Southeast Asian Games (December 5–13, 2003)

 2005 Southeast Asian Games (November 27–December 5, 2005; together with NBN and IBC)

 2007 Southeast Asian Games (December 6–15, 2007; together with ABS-CBN and NBN)
 2009 Southeast Asian Games¹ (December 9–18, 2009)

 2012 London Summer Olympics¹ (July 28-August 12, 2012; together with AksyonTV, Hyper, AKTV, Basketball TV and Solar Sports)

 2013 FIBA Asia Championship¹ (August 1–11, 2013; together with AksyonTV, Hyper and Basketball TV)

 2013 FIBA Asia Championship Semi-Finals: Gilas vs. Korea¹ (re-run; December 31, 2013)

 2013 Philippine Super Liga Grand Prix Men's Volleyball Finals: PLDT MyDSL vs. Systema¹ (December 14, 2013; together
with Solar Sports)

 2013 Philippine Super Liga Grand Prix Women's Volleyball Finals: TMS-Army vs. Cignal¹ (December 14, 2013; together with Solar
Sports)

 2014 PLDT HOME Fibr Asian Men's Club Volleyball Championship (April 8–16, 2014)

 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup¹ (August 30–September 15, 2014; together with AksyonTV, Basketball TV, Solar Sports, ABS-CBN and ABS-CBN
Sports+Action)

 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics (February 8–24, 2014; together with AksyonTV, Hyper and Cignal)

 2014 Nanjing Youth Olympics (August 16-28, 2014)

 ASEAN Basketball League Finals¹ (February 21, 2010)

 ASEAN Basketball League on TV5¹ (2009–2010)

 2014 Incheon Asian Games (2014)

 2015 Asian Women's U23 Volleyball Championship¹ (May 1–9, 2015)

 2015 FIBA Asia Championship¹ (September 23–October 3, 2015; together with AksyonTV, Hyper and Basketball TV)

 2016 Rio Olympics¹ (August 6–22, 2016; together with AksyonTV, Hyper and Cignal)
 Bigtime Bakbakan¹* (2011-ongoing)

 Erik Morales Vs. Marcos Maidana Boxing Fight¹ (April 10, 2011)

 Drian Francisco VS. Terrapith Singwancha¹ (May 15, 2011)

 Champions for a Cause for Yolanda Victims: La Salle Green Archers vs. San Beda Red Lions¹ (December 7, 2013)

 Clear Dream Match: Team James vs. Team Phil¹ (2012-ongoing)

 2015 International Premier Tennis League¹ (December 6–8, 2015)

 King Rings: The Miguel Cotto Vs. Floyd Mayweather Jr. Boxing Fight¹ (May 6, 2012)

 The World Series on ABC (1992–2005)

 Manuel V. Pangilinan (MVP) Cup (2003–2004)

 Mayhem: The Mayweather-Maidana Boxing Fight¹ (September 9, 2014)

 NFL Super Bowl XLVIII (February 3, 2014; together with All Sports Network)

 NFL Super Bowl XLIX (February 2, 2015; together with All Sports Network)

 NFL Super Bowl 50 (February 8, 2016; together with All Sports Network)

 NCAA Closing Ceremonies & Cheerdance Competition¹ (March 6, 2014)

 NCAA Men's Basketball Finals¹ (2012–2015)

 NCAA Volleyball (2013–2015)

 NCAA Season 89 Men's Volleyball Finals: EAC vs. UPHSD¹ (January 31, 2013, February 3, 2014)
 NCAA Season 89 Women's Volleyball Finals: UPHSD vs. AU¹ (January 31, 2013 – February 6, 2014)

 NCAA March Madness (March 19–April 8, 2014)

 PAYBACK: Resbak Para Sa Kababayan Philippines vs. Mexico (December 2, 2007)

 Pacific Xtreme Combat

 PXC 41¹ (November 10, 2013)

 PXC 43¹ (March 30, 2014)

 Philippine Basketball Association (2004-2008, 2012–present)

 PBA on ABC/TV5¹ (2004–2008)

 PBA All-Star Weekend (2013–ongoing)

 PBA Finals Series¹ (2012–ongoing)

 PBA Rookie Draft¹ (2012–ongoing)

 LBC Ronda Pilipinas 2014 Highlights (February 1–16, 2014)

 Star Olympics 2000

 Starpower: Floyd Mayweather Jr. Vs. Manuel Ortiz Boxing Fight¹ (September 18, 2011; together with Solar Sports)

 Shakey's V-League (2005–2006)

 The Return of the Hurricane: Julaton vs. Alcanter¹ (February 26, 2011)
¹as TV5
(*) moved to AKTV on IBC 13 in June 2011.
TV anniversary specials[edit]

 ABC-5 @ 1: The ABC-5 1st Anniversary Special (February 21, 1993)

 The Big Leap: The ABC-5 2nd Anniversary Special (March 12, 1994)

 5 is 5: The ABC-5 5th Anniversary Special (March 3, 1997)

TV specials[edit]

 32nd Gawad Urian Awards¹ (November 3, 2009)

 Aliwan Fiesta¹ (2009-2010)

 American Idol Grand Finals (2004–2007)

 American Music Awards (1993–2000)

 Artista Academy Grand Finals Night¹ (October 27, 2012)

 Catholic Mass Media Awards (2000)

 #DearPopeFrancis: A News5 Special Coverage (January 15–19, 2015)

 Dolphy Alay Tawa: A Musical Tribute to the King of Philippine Comedy¹ (in cooperation with ABS-CBN and GMA, September 30,
2012)

 Erap on Trial: Hatol ng Kasaysayan (2000-2001)

 10th Annual FAP Film Academy Awards Night (1992)

 Gawad CCP Para Sa Telebisyon Awards Night (1992–2005)

 #GiveLoveGiveBackPhilippines: Justin Bieber's Visit to the Philippines Special¹ (December 21, 2013)
 Golden Globe Awards (1992–1995)

 Grammy Awards (1998, 2002)

 Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Foundation Awards Night (2002)

 Hero on Ice: Michael Christian Martinez Special¹ (March 1, 2014)

 Hollywood Dream Philippine Edition Grand Finals (2003)

 Hope and Winston 1 Million Pesos Sweepstakes Grand Draw TV Special (2000–2002)

 KBP Golden Dove Awards (2004–2005)

 Kwentong Gilas: A Sports5 Documentary¹ (2013)

 Kwentong PBA: Unfinished Business A Sports5 Documentary¹ (November 3, 2013)

 LBC Ronda Pilipinas 2014 Review Special¹ (March 9, 2014)

 Luna Awards (Formerly FAMAS Awards)

 MMPI: 15 Years of Prestige Publishing TV Special (2006)

 MTV Video Music Awards (1992–2005)

 McDonald's Kiddie Summer Workshop TV Special¹ (June 12, 2010)

 Metro Manila Film Festival Gabi ng Parangal¹ (December 27, 1994; December 27, 2013)

 Metro Manila Film Festival Parade of Stars¹ (December 1994; December 22, 2013)

 Ms. Asia-Pacific Grand Finals Night (2002)
 Miss Universe Pageant (1994; 2017[1])

 Miss Universe preliminary competition (January 28-29, 2017[1])

 Miss World Grand Coronation Night (2012)

 Miss World Philippines Grand Coronation Night (2012)

 Miss Manila 2014 (June 24, 2014)

 Mula Buwis Hanggang PDAF: A News5 Special on Pork Barrel¹ (November 3, 2013; replay, November 9, 2013)

 Music Television Awards (1992–1994)

 Mutya ng Pilipinas Grand Coronation Night (2003–2006)

 National Quiz Bee Grand Finals (1998–2007)

 New Year's Day Mass (TV Maria)¹ (January 1, 2014)

 NU107 Rock Awards (1995-1999)

 Ogie @ 25 Concert: I Write the Songs¹ (August 25, 2013)

 On-Air Grand Finals TV Special (2002–2004)

 Para Sa 'Yo, Kapatid: The TV5 Relaunching TV Special¹ (April 4, 2010)

 PhilPop Music Festival¹ (2012-ongoing)

 Positive Primer: Ang Dapat Nyong Malaman¹ (October 12, 2013)

 PMPC Star Awards For Movies¹ (1993–1995, 2010)
 PMPC Star Awards For Television¹ (2008)

 Philippine Idol The Big 3 at the Big Dome Grand Finals (December 2006)

 Power of Two: Kuh Ledesma and Regine Velasquez in Concert (1996)

 Reasonable Doubt: Ang Kuwento ng Vizconde Masaker¹ (December 21, 2010: part January 2, 10, 2011)

 Salamat Po, Pangulong Gloria Documentary Special¹ (May 2010)

 Shall We Dance Grand Finals TV Special¹ (2005–2010)

 Star Factor Grand Finals TV Special¹ (December 5, 2010)

 Talentadong Pinoy 2014: The Mighty Revolution¹ (December 13, 2014)

 Talentadong Pinoy Worldwide Battle Royale¹ (March 6, 2010, March 12 and 13, 2011, May 5 and 6, 2012, August 18, 2013)

 Talentadong Pinoy Kids Battle of the Champions¹ (September 30, 2012)

 Talentadong Pidol: Dolphy @ 83 Birthday TV Special¹ (July 24, 2011)

 Tatak EDSA 25: Pilipino Ako. Ako ang Lakas ng Pagbabago TV Special¹ (February 25, 2011)

 The Mega and the Songwriter: Kanta at Biyaya Live Telethon¹ (November 10, 2013)

 The Mega and the Songwriter: Christmas Special¹ (December 24, 2013)

 Tulong Kapatid: A Telethon for the Typhoon Pablo Victims¹ (December 10, 2012)

 The Bride & Her Prince: Kasalang Royal¹ (April 29, 2011)

 Turismo Pilipina Grand Coronation Night¹ (2008)
 Voice Of McDonald's Grand Finals¹ (August 15, 2009)

 Welcome TV5 TV Special¹ (August 9, 2008)
¹as TV5

Christmas specials[edit]

 Ang Pinakamagarang Parol: ABC Telemovie Special (December 8, 1993)

 Charice Christmas Special¹ (December 25, 2011)

 UST Christmas Concert¹ (2000–present)
¹as TV5

Yearend specials[edit]

 Dispatches 2004: The ABC News and Public Affairs Year-end Report (December 31, 2004)

 Dispatches 2005: The ABC News and Public Affairs Year-end Report (December 31, 2005)

 Dispatches 2006: The ABC News and Public Affairs Year-end Report (December 30, 2006)

 Dispatches 2007: The ABC News and Public Affairs Year-end Report (December 29, 2007)

 The Big TEN: The Evening News Yearender Special 2008¹ (December 31, 2008)

 The Big TEN: The Evening News Yearender Special 2009¹ (December 31, 2009)

 Dokumentado 2010: Balota, Barilan at mga Bigating Balita¹ (December 31, 2010)

 Dokumentado 2011: The NEWS5 Yearend Special¹ (January 1, 2012)

 Lima sa 2012: The News5 Year-End Report¹ (December 31, 2012)
 Lima sa 2013, Kasama si Luchi Cruz-Valdes: The News5 Year-End Report¹ (December 31, 2013)

 Lima sa 2014: A Kaya Year-End Report ng News5¹ (December 27, 2014)
¹as TV5

New Year specials[edit]

 Milenyong Pilipino (December 31, 1999 - January 1, 2000)

 Walt Disney World Millennium Celebration (January 1, 2000)

 Smart New Year Countdown Concert (December 31, 2004 - January 1, 2005)

 Aksyon JournalisMO: Countdown to 2011 Special¹ (December 31, 2010 - January 1, 2011)

 Aksyon Sabado: Countdown to 2012 Special¹ (December 31, 2011 - January 1, 2012)

 Pilipinas News: Countdown to 2013 Special¹ (December 31, 2012 - January 1, 2013)

 Pilipinas News 365: Countdown to 2014 Special¹ (December 31, 2013 - January 1, 2014)

 Happy sa 2015: The Philippine New Year Countdown¹ (December 31, 2014 - January 1, 2015)

 Bagong Taon, Bagong Saya: Follow Me 5: 2016 New Year Countdown¹ (December 31, 2015 - January 1, 2016)

 Game Tayo sa 2017: New Year Countdown at Quezon Memorial Circle¹ (December 31, 2016 - January 1, 2017)
¹as TV5

Holy Week specials[edit]

 Ang Aming Mga Sala¹ (produced by JesCom Foundation, 2010)

 Ang Katapusan: A TV5 News and Information Special¹ (2012)
 Ang Pagtanggap: A Journey of Faith¹ (2007–2010)

 Ang Mga Pinakabanal Na Tao Ng Simbahan¹ (produced by JesCom Foundation, 2010, 2012)

 Ang Pitong Hapis ni Maria: A Black Saturday Special¹ (produced by Family Rosary Crusade, 2009)

 Ang Pitong Huling Wika ni Hesus (produced by JesCom Foundation, 2008)

 Babaeng Hampaslupa: Ang Engrandeng Pagtatanghal¹ (2011)

 Buhay ni Kristo¹ (produced by Family Rosary Crusade, 2012)

 Celebration Of The Lord's Supper (2007–2008)

 Confessions of a Torpe: The Torpe Throwback (April 17, 2014)

 Easter Vigil TV Mass (2007–2008)

 Found By Love: A Jesuits Lenten TV Special¹ (produced by JesCom Foundation, 2009)

 Gabing Kulimlim (2008)

 Jesus (2007)

 Kerygma TV Holy Week Special¹ (2007, 2012)

 Kwento ng mga Peregrino: A Jesuits Lenten TV Special¹ (produced by JesCom Foundation, 2009)

 Liwanag sa Dilim¹ (produced by JesCom Foundation, 2012)

 Paghilom¹ (produced by JesCom Foundation, 2009)

 Panata¹ (produced by JesCom Foundation, 2008–2009)
 Preacher In Blue Jeans¹ (produced by Shepherd's Voice Foundation, Inc., 2008–2009)

 Siete Dolores¹ (2012)

 Siete Palabras sa Sto. Domingo (Live at Sto. Domingo Church, Quezon City) (March 21, 2008)

 The 8th Word: Kerygma TV Lenten Special¹ (2013)

 Tubig Ng Buhay (2008)

 Unstoppable Nick: A News5 Documentary Special¹ (2013)

 Veneration Of The Cross (2007–2008)

 Visita Iglesia: Mapagnilay sa Paglalakbay¹ (produced by Family Rosary Crusade, 2012)

 Way Of The Cross: Live At The Vatican (2007–2008)

 Word Exposed (2007–2008)

 You Can Have A Wonderful Life (2008)
¹as TV5

See also[edit]

 List of programs broadcast by TV5

 List of programs aired by TV5

References[edit]

1. ^ Jump up to:a b http://missu2016.tv5.com.ph

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List of programs broadcast by ABS-CBN
This is the list of programs that are being broadcast by ABS-CBN television network in the Philippines. The majority of the programs shown
on the network are created by ABS-CBN Corporation's Entertainment division. ABS-CBN Entertainment Group is responsible for original
programs ranging from musical and variety shows, showbiz, lifestyle, and comedy talk shows, comedy and gag shows, and sitcoms.
Original and adapted TV series and mini-series are produced by either Dreamscape or Star Creatives which are still both under ABS-CBN
while news, public service, and documentary shows are produced by ABS-CBN News and by other independent production outfits. ABS-
CBN also acquires and syndicates program formats from abroad most of which are reality shows. The remaining airtime of ABS-CBN is
dedicated to acquired foreign programs from abroad most of which are animation (anime and cartoons) from Japan and United States and
movies from the Philippines, United States, Hong Kong and other Asian countries. ABS-CBN also shows regional programs, TV specials,
sporting and awarding events.
For the previously aired defunct programs of ABS-CBN, see list of programs aired by ABS-CBN.

Current programming
Note: Titles are listed in alphabetical order followed by the year it debuted in parentheses.

Local drama
Primetime

 A Love to Last (2017; under Star Creatives Television unit)

 FPJ's Ang Probinsyano (2015; under Dreamscape Entertainment Television unit, produced by FPJ Productions)

 My Dear Heart (2017; under Dreamscape Entertainment Television unit)

 Wildflower (2017; under R.S.B. Drama Unit)
Daytime

 Langit Lupa (2016; under R.S.B. Drama Unit)
 The Better Half (2017; under GMO Entertainment Unit)

 The Greatest Love (2016; under GMO Entertainment Unit)
Weekends

 Ipaglaban Mo! (1992–1999, 2014; under R.S.B. Drama Unit)

 Maalaala Mo Kaya (1991)

 Wansapanataym (1997–2005, 2006–2007, 2010)
Foreign

Main article: The First and True Home of Asianovelas

 Angel Wings* (2015)
Variety shows

 ASAP (1995)

 It's Showtime (2009)
Comedy

 Banana Sundae (2008)

 Goin' Bulilit (2005)

 Home Sweetie Home (2014)
Talk shows

 Gandang Gabi, Vice! (2011)

 Magandang Buhay (2016)
 Tonight with Boy Abunda (2015)
Game show

 Family Feud (2016)

 Minute to Win It: Last Duo Standing (2016; new season)
Reality shows

 Pinoy Big Brother: Lucky (season 7): Dream Team (2016) (new season)

 Your Face Sounds Familiar: Kids (2017; new season)
News

 Bandila (2006)

 News Patrol (2005)

 TV Patrol (1987; simulcast on DZMM TeleRadyo and DZMM 630 AM)

 TV Patrol Weekend (2010)

 Umagang Kay Ganda (2007)
Current affairs

 The Bottomline with Boy Abunda (2009; also broadcast on ANC)

 Failon Ngayon (2009; also broadcast on ANC)

 Mga Kwento ni Marc Logan (2014)

 Mission Possible (2015; early broadcast on DZMM TeleRadyo)
 My Puhunan (2013–2015, 2015; early broadcast on DZMM TeleRadyo)

 Rated K (2004; also broadcast on ANC)

 Red Alert (2014–2015, 2015; early broadcast on DZMM TeleRadyo)

 S.O.C.O. (Scene of the Crime Operatives) (2005)

 Sports U (2015; also broadcast on ABS-CBN Sports+Action and ANC, early broadcast on DZMM TeleRadyo)

 TNT: Tapatan ni Tunying (2013; early broadcast on DZMM TeleRadyo)
Infotainment

 Matanglawin (2008; also broadcast on ANC)

 Sa Kabukiran (2011; simulcast on DZMM TeleRadyo and DZMM 630 AM)

 Salamat Dok (2004; simulcast on ANC)

 Swak na Swak (2006)
Animation
Cartoons

 SpongeBob SquarePants* (2010)

 Superbook Reimagined (season 3)* (2015; new season)

 Avatar: The Last Airbender (season 3)* (2016; re-run)
Educational

 Why Not? (2015; re-run)
Religious

 Kape't Pandasal (2004)

 The Healing Eucharist (2007)
Infomercials

 O Shopping (2013)
Movie blocks and special presentations

 Kapamilya Blockbusters* (2010)

 Kapamilya Mega Blockbusters (2015)

 KB Family Weekend (2017)

 Sunday's Best (2006)
Sports

 NBA SabaDOS (2011)

Regional programming
All programming mentioned below are also aired on the ABS-CBN Regional Channel.

Luzon
Bicol (ABS-CBN TV-11 Naga, TV-4 Legaspi, TV-23 Daet, TV-9 Sorsogon, TV-7 Catanduanes and TV-10 Masbate)

 Agri Tayo Dito

 MAG TV Na, Oragon!
 Marhay Na Aga Kapamilya

 TV Patrol Bicol
Cagayan Valley (ABS-CBN TV-3 Tuguegarao and TV-2 Isabela)

 Agri Tayo Dito

 MAG TV Na, Atin 'To!

 TV Patrol Cagayan Valley
Ilocos (ABS-CBN TV-7 Laoag and TV-34 Vigan)

 Agri Tayo Dito

 MAG TV Na, Atin 'To!

 TV Patrol Ilocos
North Central Luzon (ABS-CBN TV-32 Dagupan, Cabanatuan and Tarlac, TV-12 Olongapo, TV-22 Baler and TV-13 Zambales)

 Agri Tayo Dito

 Bagong Umaga, Bagong Balita

 BUS: Bagong Umaga Sabado

 MAG TV Na, Atin 'To!

 TV Patrol North Central Luzon
Northern Luzon (ABS-CBN TV-3 Baguio, TV-30 La Union and TV-11 Mountain Province)

 Agri Tayo Dito

 MAG TV Na, Atin 'To! (originally produced from Baguio)
 Naimbag Nga Morning Kapamilya

 TV Patrol Northern Luzon
Palawan (ABS-CBN TV-7 Palawan)

 MAG TV Na, Atin 'To!

 TV Patrol Palawan

 Agri Tayo Dito
Pampanga (ABS-CBN TV-46 Pampanga, TV-34 Bulacan and TV-42 Balanga)

 Agri Tayo Dito

 Bida Kapampangan

 MAG TV Na, Atin 'To!

 TV Patrol Pampanga
Southern Tagalog (ABS-CBN TV-10 Batangas, TV-38 Lipa, TV-21 Calapan, TV-46 San Pablo, TV-11 Occidental Mindoro and TV-24
Lucena)

 Agri Tayo Dito

 MAG TV Na, Atin 'To!

 TV Patrol Southern Tagalog
Visayas
Central Visayas (ABS-CBN TV-3 Cebu, TV-9 Bohol and TV-12 Dumaguete)

 Agri Tayo Dito
 Christ the Healer: Sunday TV Mass

 Kapamilya Mas Winner Ka!

 Maayong Buntag Kapamilya Sabado

 Maayong Buntag Kapamilya

 Mag TV Na!

 TV Patrol Central Visayas
Negros (ABS-CBN TV-4 Bacolod)

 Agri Tayo Dito

 Kapamilya Mas Winner Ka!

 MAG TV Na, Amiga!

 The Morning Show

 Salandigan

 TV Patrol Negros
Panay (ABS-CBN TV-10 Iloilo, ABS-CBN TV-9 Kalibo and ABS-CBN TV-21 Roxas)

 Agri Tayo Dito

 MAG TV Na, Amiga!

 Sikat Ka! Iloilo

 Sikat Ka! Iloilo Sabado
 TV Patrol Panay
Tacloban (ABS-CBN TV-2 Tacloban, TV-7 Catbalogan and TV-10 Calbayog)

 Agri Tayo Dito

 Ano Ngani?

 TV Patrol Tacloban
Mindanao
Caraga (ABS-CBN TV-11 Butuan, TV-12 Surigao and TV-26 Tandag)

 Agri Tayo Dito

 MAG TV Na, Asenso Ta!

 TV Patrol Caraga
Central Mindanao (ABS-CBN TV-5 Cotabato and TV-4 Kidapawan)

 Agri Tayo Dito

 MAG TV Na, Mag Negosyo Ta!

 TV Patrol Central Mindanao
Chavacano (ABS-CBN TV-3 Zamboanga and TV-10 Jolo)

 Agri Tayo Dito

 Mag TV Na, De Aton Este!

 TV Patrol Chavacano
Northern Mindanao (ABS-CBN TV-2 Cagayan De Oro and Bukidnon, TV-4 Iligan and TV-7 Ozamis)
 Agri Tayo Dito

 Arankada

 MAG TV Na, Asenso Ta!

 Pamahaw Espesyal

 TV Patrol Northern Mindanao
Socsksargen (ABS-CBN TV-3 General Santos and TV-4 Koronadal)

 Agri Tayo Dito

 Magandang Umaga South Central Mindanao

 MAG TV Na, Mag Negosyo Ta!

 TV Patrol Socsksargen
Southern Mindanao (ABS-CBN TV-4 Davao)

 Agri Tayo Dito (originally produced from Davao)

 Banquet of Love: Sunday TV Mass

 Kapamilya Mas Winner Ka!

 Maayong Buntag Mindanao

 Maayong Buntag Mindanao Sabado

 MAG TV Na, Mag Negosyo Ta!

 TV Patrol Southern Mindanao
Western Mindanao (ABS-CBN TV-9 Pagadian and TV-42 Dipolog)

 Agri Tayo Dito

 Mag TV Na, De Aton Este!

 TV Patrol Northern Mindanao

Upcoming programs
Drama
Local

 La Luna Sangre (April 2017)[1][2][3]

 Ikaw Lang ang Iibigin (2017)[1]

 The Promise of Forever (2017)[1][4]

 Pusong Ligaw (2017)[5][6]

 Written in Our Stars (2017)[7]
Foreign

 Legend of the Blue Sea (2017)[1][8]

 Love in the Moonlight (2017)[1][9][10]
Reality Shows
Franchise

 Dancing with the Stars (2017) [11]
 I Can Do That (2017)[1][12]

 The Voice Teens (2017) [13][14]
Religious

 Pluma (Season 2) (April 16, 2017)[15]

See also

 List of telenovelas of ABS-CBN

 List of ABS-CBN specials aired

References

1. ^ Jump up to:a b c d e f "ABS-CBN presents upcoming shows for 2017". Push. November 23, 2016. Retrieved November 24, 2016.

2. Jump up^ Lim, Lance Paolo (November 23, 2016). "LOOK: DANIEL PADILLA, KATHRYN BERNARDO Team Up In "La Luna Sangre" This
2017!". MYX. Retrieved November 23, 2016.

3. Jump up^ Push. "La Luna Sangre to air this April 2017'".

4. Jump up^ ABS-CBN News. "Meet the cast of 'Because You Love Me'".

5. Jump up^ "Bianca King and Beauty Gonzales to star a new teleserye on ABS-CBN". Lionheartv. February 8, 2017. Retrieved February
2, 2017.

6. Jump up^ "Sofia Andres and Diego Loyzaga is back on ABS-CBN upcoming teleserye.". PEP.ph. PEP. February 6, 2017.
Retrieved February 9, 2017.

7. Jump up^ "Piolo Pascual, Toni Gonzaga to resume "Written in Our Stars" in 2017". Lion Heart TV. October 21, 2016.

8. Jump up^ "When the boy meets the mermaid....". Facebook. Kapamilyanovelas (Official).
9. Jump up^ "WATCH: Park Bo Gum mobbed at Cebu airport". ABS-CBNnews.com. ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs, ABS-CBN
Digital Media.

10. Jump up^ "Mamahalin mo sila to the MOON and back.". Facebook. Kapamilyanovelas (Official).

11. Jump up^ "Dancing With The Stars + more for Billy Crawford". Star Cinema. August 15, 2016. Retrieved August 15, 2016.

12. Jump up^ Bte Samian, Puteri Nur Emilia (May 7, 2015). "'I Can Do That!' goes to Philippines". OnScreenAsia. Retrieved May 17, 2015.

13. Jump up^ "Kapamilya Teen Artists Worldwide this is your chance for your voices to be heard! Mag-audition na sa Voice
Teens!". Facebook. The Voice of the Philippines. December 25, 2016. Retrieved December 25, 2016.

14. Jump up^ "'The Voice PH' returns in 2017 with teen edition". ABS-CBN News. December 26, 2016. Retrieved December 26, 2016.

15. Jump up^ "CFC, ABS-CBN Sign Pluma 2 Agreement". Couples for Christ. January 12, 2017. Retrieved January 13, 2017.

External links

 ABS-CBN — Official website of ABS-CBN Corporation

 ABS-CBN News — Official website and news portal of ABS-CBN News

List of programs aired by ABS-CBN
Below is a partial list of shows that were previously aired on Philippine television network, ABS-CBN. For the current programs which are
airing, see List of programs broadcast by ABS-CBN.
Local defunct shows[edit]
ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs[edit]
Newscasts[edit]

 4 na Sulok ng Daigdig (1967–1972)

 ABS-CBN Breaking News (1990–2005)

 ABS-CBN Headlines (2000–2003)

 ABS-CBN Insider (2003–2006)

 ABS-CBN International Report (1988–1990)

 ABS-CBN News Advisory (1986–2005)

 ABS-CBN Weekend News (1995-2004)

 Alas Singko Y Medya (1995–2002)

 Alas Singko Y Medya Weekend (1999–2002)

 Balita Alas Singko ng Umaga (2000–2002)

 Balita Ngayon (1967–1972, 1986–1987)

 Gising Pilipinas (2008–2012)

 Global News (1998–2003)

 Good Morning, Philippines (1986)
 Jr. TV Patrol (1990–1992)

 Kabayan (2010)

 Magandang Umaga (1986–1988)

 Magandang Umaga, Bayan (2002–2005)

 Magandang Umaga, Bayan Weekend (2002–2004)

 Magandang Umaga, Pilipinas (2005–2007)

 Magandang Umaga Po (1988–1994)

 Nagbabagang Balita (2004)

 Nescafé Morning News (1987–1989)

 Newsbreak (1967–1972)

 Pulso: Aksyon Balita (1999–2000)

 Todo Balita (2008–2010)

 TV Patrol World (2004–2010)

 TV Patrol Sabado (2004–2010)

 TV Patrol Linggo (2004–2010)

 The World Tonight (Weekday Edition, 1966–1972, 1986–1999) (Weekend Edition, 1987–1995)
Current affairs programs[edit]

 ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs Special Report (2011)
 ABS-CBN Special News Report (1990)

 Ako Ang Simula (2011–2013)

 Assignment (1995–2001)

 Bahay Kalinga (1988–1991)

 Balitang K (1996–2001)

 Balitang Kris (2001)

 Bantay Bata, The Series (2000)

 Barangay Dos (2000–2001)

 Bayan Ko, Sagot Ko (1994–1996)

 Business and Leisure (1991–1998)

 Cafe Bravo (1989–1990)

 Chicken, Pork, Atbp. (2002–2003)

 Citiline (1994–1998)

 Compañero Y Compañera (1997–1998)

 The Correspondents (1998–2010)

 Damayan (1969-1972)

 Dong Puno Live (1995–2000, 2003–2005)
 Dong Puno Tonight (2003–2004)

 E.T.C. (2002-2003)

 Earthlink (1996-1997)

 F (1999–2003)

 Good Morning! Philippines (1986)

 Gus Abelgas: Nag-Uulat (2002–2003)

 Gym Team (1992–1997)

 Harapan (2008)

 Hoy Gising! (1992–2001)

 Hoy Gising! Kapamilya (2004–2005)

 I Survived (2009–2010)

 Impact with Max Soliven (1971-1972; 2004)

 The Inside Story (1990–1998)

 Isyu (2002–2003)

 Isyu 101 (2000–2002)

 Kabalikat, Loren Legarda (2001)

 Kabuhayan Muna (1987)
 Kalye, Mga Kwento ng Lansangan (2008–2009)

 Katapat, Fred Lim (1998–2001)

 Kitang Kita ang Kita (2003)

 Knowledge Power (1998–2004)

 Kontrapelo (2000–2001)

 Kontrobersyal (2003–2006)

 Krusada (2010–2013)

 Kulilits (2009–2010)

 Kumikitang Kabuhayan (2003–2005)

 Loren (1998–2001)

 Lukso ng Dugo (2004)

 Magandang Gabi, Bayan (1988–2005)

 Malacañang This Week (1987)

 Manila, Manila (1988–1989)

 Mga Kasaysayan sa Likod ng TV Patrol (1989)

 MIB: Mga Imbestigador ng Bayan (1999)

 Mission X (2001–2003)
 Morning Info Specials (1987–1989)

 Mukha (2014–2015)

 Nagmamahal, Kapamilya (2006–2007)

 Noypi! Ikaw Ba 'to? (2006–2008)

 Off The Record (2002–2003)

 Oh No, It's Johnny! (1987–1999)

 Options (1991–1995)

 Overseas Unlimited (1986)

 Patrol ng Pilipino (2010–2013)

 Payong Kapatid (2005–2006)

 PEP Talk (1986–1990)

 Pinoy Exposèd (2000–2001)

 Pinoy True Stories (2012–present)

 Bistado (2012–2015)

 Engkwentro (2012–2013)

 Saklolo (2012–2013)

 Demandahan (2012–2013)
 Hiwaga (2012–2014)

 Mutya ng Masa (2013–2015)

 My Puhunan (season 1) (2013–2015)

 Red Alert (season 1) (2014–2015)

 3-in-1 (2015)

 ReailTV (2015)

 Pipol (1999–2006)

 Private I (2003–2005)

 Probe (1987–1988; 2005–2009)

 Probe Profiles (2009–2010)

 S.I.M. Scandals, Intrigues, Mysteries (2001)

 Sapul Kayo Diyan! (2002-2004)

 Simpleng Hiling (2003–2004)

 Special Assignment (2003–2004)

 Sports Unlimited (1997–2015)

 Storyline (2010–2013, ABS-CBN)

 Tara Tena (2003–2004)
 Tatak Pilipino (1990–1994)

 Trip na Trip (2006–2011)

 True Crime (2001–2002)

 Two for the Road (1967–1972)

 Usapang Business (1996–1999)

 Verum EST: Totoo Ba Ito? (2001)

 Willingly Yours (2002–2003)

 Wonder Mom (2008–2009)

 XXX: Exklusibong, Explosibong, Exposé (2006–2013)
Entertainment[edit]
Drama[edit]

Main article: List of telenovelas of ABS-CBN

Anthology[edit]

 Bantay Bata, The Series (2000)

 Bedtime Stories (1988)

 Calvento Files (1995–1998)

 Coney Reyes on Camera (1989–1998)

 Discovery Drama Theater (1988-1991)
 Flames (1996–2002)

 Give Love on Christmas (2014–2015)

 The Gift Giver (2014)

 Gift of Life (2014-2015)

 Exchange Gift (2015)

 I Am KC (2008)

 Japayuki (1992)

 Judy Ann Drama Special (1999–2001)

 Kabalikat, Loren Legarda (2001)

 Kapag May Katwiran, Ipaglaban Mo! (1992–1999)

 Katapat, Mayor Fred Lim (1998–2001)

 Kris (1989–1990)

 Love Spell (2006–2008)

 The Maricel Drama Special (1990–1997)

 Maricel Regal Drama Special (1987–1990)

 Mga Kasaysayan Sa Likod Ng TV Patrol (1989)

 Mga Lihim ng Ermita (1992–1993)
 Mr. Cupido (1992–1994)

 Nagmamahal, Kapamilya (2006–2007)

 Napakasakit, Kuya Eddie (1986–1988)

 Nora (1992–1993)

 Oro Mismo

 Pangarap at Tagumpay, Mga Kuwento Sa Likod ng Wowowee (2006)

 Regal Drama Presents (1986–1989)

 Sandara's Romance (2004)

 Seiko TV Presents (1989–1990)

 Star Drama Presents (1993–2001)

 Star Magic Presents (2006–2008)

 Star Studio Presents (2000–2003)

 Stop Child Abuse

 Tanging Yaman, The Series (2002–2003)

 Tara Tena (2003–2004)

 Weekend Love (2004)

 Your Song: (2006–2011)
 Muntik na Kitang Minahal (2008)

 Kapag Ako ay Nagmahal (2008)

 Sayang na Sayang (2008)

 Without You (2008)

 I'll Take Care of You (2008)

 A Million Miles Away (2008)

 Impossible (2008)

 Someone Like You (2008)

 My Only Hope (2008–2009)

 Feb-Ibig (2009)

 Underage (2009)

 Boystown (2009)

 Breaking Up Is Hard To Do (2009)

 Gaano Kita Kamahal (2009)

 Babalik Kang Muli (2009)

 Someone To Love (2009)

 Sa Kanya Pa Rin (2009)
 My Last Romance (2010)

 Love Me, Love You (2010)

 Isla (2010)

 Gimik 2010 (2010)

 Maling Akala (2010)

 Beautiful Girl (2010)

 Andi (2010)

 Kim (2010–2011)
Miniseries[edit]

 Sa Sandaling Kailangan Mo Ako (1998-1999)

 Til Death Do Us Part (2005)
Comedy[edit]

 Aalog-Alog (2006–2007)

 Abangan Ang Susunod Na Kabanata (1991–1997)

 Ang Bagong Buhay Artista (1972)

 Ang Mahiwagang Daigdig ni Doray (1965–1970)

 Ang Tanging Ina (2003–2005)

 Ang TV (1992–1997; re–aired 2007)
 Ang TV 2 (2001)

 Arriba, Arriba! (2000–2003)

 Attagirl (2001-2002)

 Banana Split (2008–2011)

 Banana Split Daily Servings (2009–2011)

 Banana Split Laffteroon Delight (2011)

 Banana Split Extra Scoop (2011–2015)

 Banana Nite (2013–2015)

 Barrio Balimbing (1987–1988)

 Bida si Mister, Bida si Misis (2002–2005)

 Bigay-Hilig (1969–1972)

 Bora: Sons of the Beach (2005–2006)

 Budoy (1989)

 Buhay Artista (1965–1972)

 Cafeteria Aroma (1969–1972)

 Chika Chika Chicks (1987–1991)

 Da Body en da Guard (2001–2002)
 Da Pilya en da Pilot (2002)

 Darigold Jamboree (1958-1964)

 Eto Na Ang Susunod Na Kabanata (2001)

 Executive Champoy (1992)

 George and Cecil (2009–2010)

 Goin' Bananas (IBC 1986–1987, ABS-CBN 1987–1991)

 Gudtaym (2006)

 Home Along Da Airport (2003–2005)

 Home Along Da Riles (1992–2003)

 It Bulingit (1990–1991)

 John en Shirley (2006–2007)

 Ka-Pete Na! Totally Outrageous Behavior (2007–2008)

 Kaya ni Mister, Kaya ni Misis (1997–2001)

 Klasmeyts (2001–2003)

 Let's Go Crazy with Jack & Joey (1986–1989)

 Luv Ko si Kris (1990–1992)

 Luv U (2012–2016)
 M3: Malay Mo Ma-develop (2010)

 Mana (1991–1993)

 Mana-Mana (1993)

 Mary D' Potter (2001–2003)

 Mga Kwento ni Lola (1987)

 Milyonaryong Mini (2006)

 Mommy Ko, Daddy Ko! (1986–1987)

 My Family Three (1970)

 My Juan and Only (2005–2006)

 Ok Fine 'To Ang Gusto Nyo (2004–2006)

 Ok Fine, Oh Yes! (2006)

 Ok Fine Whatever (2002–2004)

 Okay Ka Fairy Ko (1989–1995)

 Oki Doki Doc (1993–2000)

 Onli In Da Pilipins (1997–1998)

 Palibhasa Lalake (1987–1998)

 Parak (1986–1987)
 Parekoy (2009)

 Pilipinas Got More Talent (2010)

 Pwedeng Pwede (1999–2001)

 Quizon Avenue (2005–2006)

 Richard Loves Lucy: Sweetie Pie, Honey Pie (1998–2001)

 Sine Sine (1988)

 Small Brothers (1990–1991)

 Spice Boys (1997)

 Super Laff-In (1969–1972, 1996–1999 as a revival)

 Tarajing Potpot (1999–2000)

 Tayo’y Mag-Hapi-Hapi (1969–1972)

 That's My Doc (2007–2008)

 Toda Max (2011–2013)

 VidJoking (2005)

 Wala Kang Paki (1990)

 Wanbol High (1987)

 Whattamen (2001–2004)
 Yes, Yes Show! (2004–2005)
Fantasy/Horror[edit]

 Agimat: Ang Mga Alamat ni Ramon Revilla (2009–2010)

 Tiagong Akyat (2009)

 Pepeng Agimat (2009–2010)

 Tonyong Bayawak (2010)

 Elias Paniki (2010)

 Agimat: Ang Mga Alamat ni Ramon Revilla (2011)

 Bianong Bulag 2011)

 Kapitan Inggo (2011)

 Hiwaga sa Bahay na Bato (1963)

 Komiks (2006–2007)

 Da Adventures of Pedro Penduko (2006–2007)

 Pedro Penduko at ang mga Engkantao (2007)

 Komiks Presents Mars Ravelo's: (2008–2009)

 Kapitan Boom (2008)

 Varga (2008)

 Tiny Tony (2008)
 Dragonna (2008–2009)

 Flash Bomba (2009)

 Nasaan Ka Maruja? (2009)

 Nginiig (2004–2006)

 !Oka Tokat (1997–2002)

 Oka2kat (2012)

 Okey Ka Fairy Ko! (1989–1995)

 Pangitain (1963)

 Pinoy Fantasy (1988–1989)

 Super Inggo 1.5: Ang Bagong Bangis (2007)

 Volta (2008)

 Wansapanataym (1997–2005, 2006–2007, 2010-present)

 WansapanaSummer (2013–2015)

 Wansapanataym: Rod Santiago's: Buhawi Jack (2011)
Game shows[edit]

 1 vs. 100 (2007–2008)

 ABS-CBN & Unilever: Pamilyong Papremyo (1999)

 Bet on Your Baby (2013–2014, 2014–2015)
 Celebrity Playtime (2015–2016)

 Family Kuarta o Kahon (1962–1972)

 Game Ka Na Ba? (2001–2009)

 Game Ka Na Ba? (2001–2002)

 Smart Ka Na Ba? (2002)

 Milyon Milyon Na, Game Ka Na Ba? (2002–2003)

 Next Level Na, Game Ka Na Ba? (2003–2004)

 Pasko Na, Game Ka Na Ba? (2005–2008)

 Pilipinas, Game Ka Na Ba? (2004–2009)

 Game ng Bayan (2016)

 Game Na Game Na! (1994–1996)

 Games Uplate Live (2006–2009)

 Kapamilya, Deal or No Deal (2006–2009, 2012–2013, 2015–2016)

 Kapamilya Games Uplate (2006–2007)

 Minute to Win It (Season 1, 2013–2014, Season 2, 2016–present)

 Panahon Ko 'to!: Ang Game Show ng Buhay Ko (2010)

 Pinoy Bingo Night (2009)
 The Price is Right (2011)

 Ready, Get Set, Go! (1992–1997)

 The Singing Bee (2008–2010, 2013–2015)

 Twist and Shout (2010)

 What's The Word That's The Word (2005–2006)

 Wheel of Fortune (2008)
Infotainment[edit]

 At Home with Nora (1966–1972)

 Busog Lusog (2008–2009)

 Cooking Atbp (1989–1990)

 Cooking It Up with Nora (1988–1994)

 Cooking With the Dazas (1994–1995)

 Del Monte Kitchenomics (Eat Bulaga! segment ,1990–1995)

 Del Monte Quick 'n Easy Presents: Annebisyosa Sa Kusina! (2013)

 Knorr Kitchenhood Diaries (2013)

 Makuha Ka sa Tikim (Season 1, 2005) (Season 2, 2006)

 San Miguel Purefoods: Kwentong Kusina, Kwentong Buhay (2013)

 Sarap TV (1999–2002)
Kid-oriented[edit]

 ATBP: Awit, Titik at Bilang na Pambata (1994–1998)

 Art Jam (2004–2006)

 Basta Sports (2006)

 Batibot (1991-1994)

 Bayani (1995–2001)

 Chikiting Patrol (1988–1990)

 Children's Hour (1986-1988)

 Detek Kids (2003–2004)

 Eh Kasi Bata! (1991–1995)

 Epol/Apple (1999–2004)

 For Kids Only (1994–2000)

 Hiraya Manawari (1995–2003)

 It Bulingit (1990–1991)

 Kabataan Xpress (2006–2007)

 Kulilits (2009–2010)

 Math-Tinik (1997–2004, re-aired 2009-2010)
 Pahina (2000–2001)

 Salam (2006–2007; re-aired on Holy Week 2008)

 Silip, Sining sa Lipunan (2004)

 Sineskwela (1994–2004, re-aired 2009; 2014-present)

 Sirit (2007)

 Star Smile Factory (1987–1992)

 Why Not? (2011–2013)

 Yan ang Bata (1993–1995)
Lifestyle[edit]

 At Home Ka Dito (2004–2007)

 Citiline (1994–1998)

 F (1999–2003)

 Feel at Home (2000–2004)

 Feel at Home with Tessie Tomas (2000–2002)

 Feel at Home with Charlene (2002–2004)

 Fitness and Health (1994)

 Guide To Urban Living (1960–1972)

 Perfect Moments (2005)
 Urban Zone (2006–2012)
Reality[edit]

 The Biggest Loser Pinoy Edition (2011–2014)

 The Biggest Loser: Pinoy Edition (season 1) (2011)

 The Biggest Loser Pinoy Edition: Doubles (2014)

 Gaby's Xtraordinary Files (2008)

 I Dare You (2011; 2013)

 Dance Kids (2015–present)

 Season 1 (2015–2016)

 I Love OPM (2016)

 Kakasa Ka Ba? (2002)

 Kamao: Matirang Matibay (2005)

 Kaya Mo Ba 'To? (2004–2005)

 Junior MasterChef Pinoy Edition (2011–2012)

 MasterChef Pinoy Edition (2012–2013)

 Melason (2010)

 Melason In Da City (2010)

 Melason In Love (2010)
 Melason: Promdi Heart (2010)

 Pilipinas Got Talent (2010–present)

 Season 1 (2010)

 Season 2 (2011)

 Season 3 (2011)

 Season 4 (2013)

 Season 5 (2016)

 Pinoy Big Brother (2005–present)

 Pinoy Big Brother: Celebrity Edition 1 (2006)

 Pinoy Big Brother: Celebrity Edition 2 (2007–2008)

 Pinoy Big Brother: Double Up (2009–2010)

 Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Clash 2010 (2010)

 Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Edition 1 (2006)

 Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Edition 4 (2012)

 Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Edition Plus (2008)

 Pinoy Big Brother: Unlimited (2011–2012)

 Pinoy Big Brother: All In (2014)
 Pinoy Big Brother: 737 (2015)

 Pinoy Dream Academy (2006–2009)

 Season 1 (2006)

 Season 2 (2008)

 Pinoy Dream Academy Little Dreamers (2008)

 Pinoy Boyband Superstar (2016)

 Pinoy Fear Factor (2008–2009)

 Pinoy Mano Mano: The Celebrity Boxing Challenge (2007)

 Pirated CD, Celebrity Disguise (2004)

 Qpids (2005)

 Real Pinoy Fighter (2006–2007)

 Sapul Kayo D'yan! (2001–2002)

 Tawag ng Tanghalan (1957-1972)

 To The Max (2004)

 Victim (2003–2004)

 Victim Extreme (2004)

 Victim Undercover (2004–2005)
 The X Factor Philippines (2012)

 Season 1 (2012)

 The Voice of the Philippines (2013–present)

 Season 1 (2013)

 Season 2 (2014–2015)

 The Voice Kids (2014–present)

 Season 1 (2014)

 Season 2 (2015)

 Season 3 (2016)

 We Love OPM: The Celebrity Sing-offs (2016)

 Your Face Sounds Familiar (2015–present)

 Season 1 (2015)

 Season 2 (2015)
Talent search[edit]

 Be Bench / The Model Search (2007)

 Born Diva (2005)

 Close Up to Fame, The Search for the Next Close Up Couple (Season 1, 2005) (Season 2, 2006)

 Del Monte Got2BFit Challenge (2008)
 Little Big Star (2006–2007)

 Little Big Superstar (2007)

 Palmolive Shining Circle Of 10 Batch 2008 (2008)

 Pilipinas Got More Talent (2010)

 Pinoy Dream Academy (2006-2008)

 Pinoy Dream Academy: Little Dreamers (2008)

 Promil Pre-School I Shine Talent Camp TV (2012–2014)

 The Search for the Next White Castle Girl (2007)

 Search for a Star in a Million (2005–2006)

 Star Circle Quest (2004, 2005, 2006)

 Star Circle Summer Kid Quest (2006)

 Star Circle National Teen Quest (Season 1, 2004) (Season 2, 2004–2005)

 Star Circle Quest for the Next Kiddie Superstars (Season 4) (2010–2011)

 Star In A Million (Season 1, 2003–2004) (Season 2, 2004)

 Star Power: The Next Female Pop Superstar (2010–2011)

 StarDance (2005)

 Talents Unlimited (1987–1988)
 Tawag ng Tanghalan (1953–1972, 1987)

 Trip Mo, The Search for the Next Colgate Endorser (2004)

 U Can Dance (2006)

 U Can Dance: Version 2 (2007)
Talk shows[edit]

General[edit]

 The Baby O' Brien Show (1963–1972)

 Bar None (1986)

 Boy & Kris (2007–2009)

 Buhay Artista (1965–1972)

 Cafe Bravo (1989–1990)

 Dina (1988–1989)

 Dong Puno Live (1995–2000, 2003–2005)

 Dong Puno Tonight (2003–2004)

 Good Morning, Kris (2004)

 Homeboy (2005–2007)

 Julie (1997–2001)

 Kris & Tell (2001)
 Kris TV (2011–2016)

 Mag-Usap Tayo, Bayan

 Martin After Dark (1993–1998) (formerly on GMA from 1988–1993)

 Martin Late @ Nite (1998–2003)

 Martin Late @ Night (2013)

 Mel & Jay (1989–1996)

 Misis of the 80's (1987-1988)

 Monday Night with Edu (1987)

 Morning Girls (2002–2003)

 Morning Girls with Kris and Korina (2003–2004)

 Morning Treats (1988-1989)

 Morning Star (2004–2005)

 Not So Late Night With Edu (1987–1989)

 Oh No, It's Johnny! (1987–1999)

 Ruffa & Ai (2009)

 Sharon (1998–2004, 2006–2010)

 Simply KC (2010)
 Sine! Sine!

 Talk TV (2001–2002)

 Teysi (2003–2004)

 Teysi ng Tahanan (1991–1997)

 Today with Kris Aquino (1996–2001)

 Y-Speak (2003-2010)
Showbiz-oriented[edit]

 Aquino & Abunda Tonight (2014–2015)

 The Buzz (1999–2013)

 Buzz ng Bayan (2013–2014)

 The Buzz 15 (2014–2015)

 Cinemascoop (1988-1989)

 Cristy Per Minute (1995–2000)

 EK Channel (2004–2005)

 Entertainment Konek (2005–2006)

 Entertainment Live (2007–2012)

 Rumors: Facts, and Humors (1987–1988)

 S2: Showbiz Sabado (2003)
 Showbiz Inside Report (2012–2013)

 Showbiz Lingo (1992–1997)

 Showbiz Lingo Plus (1997–1999)

 Showbiz na Showbiz (1986–1987)

 Showbiz Number 1 (2005)

 Sine Sine (1988)

 SNN: Showbiz News Ngayon (2009–2011)
Variety and musical[edit]

 Afternoon Delight (1988–1989)

 Always, Snooky (1986–1988)

 Bigay-Hilig (1966–1968)

 Celeste (1978)

 D' Sensations (1970–1972)

 Dance-2-Nite (1987–1988)

 Eat Bulaga! (1989–1995)

 The Eddie and Nova Plus (1969–1972)

 The Eddie Ilarde Show (1959–1962)

 Esep Esep! (1999)
 Everyday Holiday (1968–1970)

 Gwapings Live! (1992)

 Happy Yipee Yehey! (2011–2012)

 In da Loop (2012)

 In TUX icating (1986)

 Kalatog Pinggan (1987–1988)

 Keep on Dancing (1998–2001)

 Lots of Catch (1986)

 Loveli-Ness (1987–1988)

 M.R.S. (Most Requested Show) (2005)

 Magandang Tanghali (1965-1968)

 Magpasikat (2010)

 Martin and Pops Twogether (1987–1988)

 MTB (1998–2005)

 Magandang Tanghali Bayan (1998–2003)

 Masayang Tanghali Bayan (2003–2004)

 MTB Ang Saya Saya! (2004-2005)
 Music Uplate Live (2010-2011)

 Na-Kuh Eh, Eto nAPO Sila! (1987)

 The Nestor and Nida Show (1964-1972)

 Nine-Teeners (1986–1987)

 On With The Show (1970–1972)

 Oras ng Ligaya (1965-1971)

 Pangarap na Bituin (1991)

 Pilipinas Win Na Win (2010)

 Pista ng Bayan (1953)

 Pista ng Caltex (1953)

 Ryan Ryan Musikahan (1988–1995)

 Sa Linggo nAPO Sila (1990–1995)

 Sabado Live! (1998–1999)

 'Sang Linggo nAPO Sila (1995–1998)

 Sarah G. Live (2012–2013)

 Sharon (1998–2004, 2006–2010)

 The Sharon Cuneta Show (1988–1997)
 The Sharon Cuneta Specials (2011)

 Stop, Look, & Listen (1968–1972)

 Student Canteen (1957–1965)

 Sunday Sweet Sunday (1966–1969)

 Teen Pan Alley (1986)

 Tonight with Dick and Carmi (1988–1991)

 Triple Treat (1986–1987)

 Twelve O’ Clock on High (1972)

 Wowowee (2005–2010)

 Your Evening with Pilita (1964–1972)

 Zsa Zsa (1987–1988)
Youth-oriented[edit]

 9 Teeners (1967)

 Ang TV (1992–1997; re–aired 2007)

 Ang TV 2 (2001)

 ASAP Fanatic (2004–2006)

 Fanatic All Stars (2006)

 Fanatic Banda Republic (2006)
 Berks (2002–2004)

 Buttercup (2003–2004)

 Cyberkada (1998–2000)

 Flames (1996–2002)

 G-mik (1999–2002)

 Gimik (1996–1999)

 Gokada Go! (2007)

 Good Vibes (2011)

 Growing Up (2011–2012)

 K2BU (2002)

 Kaybol, Ang Bagong TV (1997–1999)

 Let's Go (2006–2007)

 One Cubed (2001–2005)

 SCQ Reload (2004–2005)

 Seasons of Love (2004–2005)

 Shout Out! (2010–2011)

 Star Magic Presents: Abt Ur Luv (2006–2007)
 Star Magic Presents: Abt Ur Luv ur lyf 2 (2007–2008)

 Star Magic Presents: Astigs (2008)

 Tabing Ilog (1999–2003)
Religious[edit]

 The 700 Club (2002–2006)

 The 700 Club Asia (2002–2006)

 Ang Iglesia ni Cristo (1990–2003)

 Bread of Life (1995–2004)

 Bukang Liwayway (1986–1990)

 Cathedral of Praise with David Sumrall (1986–1989)

 Family Rosary Crusade (1987–2003)

 Hour of Truth (1996-1998, aired on provincial television stations)

 Jesus The Healer (1986–1988)

 Jesus I Trust in You!: The 3:00 pm Pray Habit (1987–2002)

 Powerline (1996-1998, aired on provincial television stations)

 Sunday TV Mass (1990–2007)
Movie blocks and special presentations[edit]

 ABS-CBN Presents
 Action Cinema Presents

 Allied Film Cinema

 Cine Fiesta

 Cine Filipino

 Cinema... Cinema... Cinema

 Cinema FPJ: Da King On ABS-CBN (2007–2010)

 Cinemagica

 Cinerama 2

 Chinese Movies

 Daboy on ABS-CBN (2009)

 English Movies

 Evening Night Specials

 Fiesta Filipino

 FPJ Action Cinema

 FPJ: Da King on ABS-CBN (2013–2014)

 Friday Night Shockers

 International Film Classics
 Kapamilya Cinema

 Kapamilya Weekend Specials (2015–2016)

 Kung-Fu Fight Night

 Mega Sine

 Mga Bituin ng Kahapon

 Million Dollar Movies

 Morning Movie Madness

 Pinoy Movie Hits

 Regal Presents

 Sabado Movie Greats

 Sabado Movie Specials

 Sabado Specials: Shake, Rattle and Roll (2013–2014)

 Saturday Afternoon Blockbusters

 Sine 2

 Sine Natin Ito! (Holy Week 2013–2016)

 Sine Parade

 Sine Sa Dos
 Star Blockbusters

 Star Cinema Originals (2013)

 Star Cinema Presents

 Summer Kapamilya Blockbusters (2015)

 Sunday Family Cinema

 Super Tagalog Movies

 Super Tagalog Theater

 Tagalog Movie Greats

 Thursday Afternoon Movie

 Viva Blockbusters

 Weekend Movie Spectaculars
Movie trailer shows[edit]

 Cinema... Cinema... Cinema (1999–2006)

 Cinemascoop

 Movie Greats (1991–1996)

 Movieparade (1986–1991)
Others[edit]

 Asia Business News (1994–1995)
 Chinese Variety Show

 Classified Ads On Television (1988–1992)

 Gillette World Sport Special (1989–1994)

 Home Video Guide

 Mother Nature Presents

 The Quantum Channel (1996–1999)

 Star Music Video (1995–2002)

 Value Vision (1994–1996)

 Video Hit Parade (1987–1993)

 Video Hot Tracks (1987–1994)
Regional programs[edit]

 Alas Onse Y Medya

 Amor Chicko

 Ang TV Cebu

 Ang TV Davao

 Awitanghalan

 Baguio Diaries

 Barkadahan sa S na S
 Carol En Cosme (1996-1997)

 Dateline Northern Luzon

 For Life Presents

 Ini an Kabikolan

 Isla (1997)

 Kang Kinsa Isabwag ang Mga Bulak

 Kapalaran (2002-2004)

 Kilig Bi-Kool

 KSP: Kapamilya Sabado Party

 KTV: Kilig TV

 Little Big Star Cebu

 Little Big Star Davao

 MAG TV Na, Waraynon! - ABS-CBN Tacloban

 Male n More

 Midweek Report

 Milyonaryong Mini

 Northern Catch
 The Northern S.C.E.N.E.

 Nuebe Patrol

 Okiddo

 Palawan TV Patrol (1997-2006) - ABS-CBN Palawan

 Pamilya Ukay-Ukay (1996-1997)

 SBD Jam (formerly known as Sabado Jam) (1997-2005)

 Sabado Barkada (2003-2007)

 Sabado Na Gyud

 Siya ug Ako sa Kangitngit

 Summer Sunshine

 Tsada

 TV Patrol 4 (1988-1995) - ABS-CBN Bacolod

 TV Patrol Bacolod (2001-2007)

 TV Patrol Baguio

 TV Patrol Butuan

 TV Patrol Cagayan de Oro

 TV Patrol Cebu
 TV Patrol Cotabato

 TV Patrol Dagupan (1993-2006) - ABS-CBN Dagupan

 TV Patrol Davao (1997-2001) - ABS-CBN Davao

 TV Patrol Dumaguete (1995-2006) - ABS-CBN Dumaguete

 TV Patrol Iligan

 TV Patrol Iloilo (2001-2011)

 TV Patrol Laoag (1997-2008)

 TV Patrol Legazpi

 TV Patrol Mindanao (1989-1997; 2001-2005) - ABS-CBN Davao

 TV Patrol Morning Edition (1995-1998) - ABS-CBN Bacolod

 TV Patrol Northwestern Mindanao (2006-2009)

 TV Patrol Pagadian (2000-2006)

 TV Patrol Tuguegarao

 TV Patrol Western Visayas (tandem with TV Patrol Negros and TV Patrol Panay; 1998-2001) - ABS-CBN Bacolod/Iloilo

 TV Patrol Zamboanga

 Zambo Jumbo
Foreign defunct shows[edit]
Anime and Tokusatsu[edit]

 Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1997; re-aired 2014-2015)

 Air Gear (2007)

 Akazukin Chacha (1999)

 Alice Academy (2007)

 Ang Alamat ni Snow White

 Ang Mahiwagang Kuwintas

 Ang Pangarap ni Cosette: Les Misérables (2009)

 Angie Girl (2000; re-aired 2003, 2008)

 Animazing Tales (2012-2013; re-aired 2014, as a Holy Week special from Maundy Thursday to Black Saturday)

 Anne of Green Gables (1998)

 Astro Boy (2003-2004)

 B't X (1997-1998)

 Battle Fever J (1985-1986)

 Beet the Vandel Buster (2006-2007)

 Beyblade (2002-2003)
 Bikkuriman 2000

 Bioman (1987-1991)

 Blue Blink (1999)

 Blue Dragon (2009-2013)

 Season 1 (2009)

 Season 2 (2013)

 Bubu Chacha (2002)

 Busou Renkin (2010)

 Capeta (2007)

 Cardcaptor Sakura (2001-2002)

 Cedie, Ang Munting Prinsipe (1992; re-aired 2007, 2015)

 Charlotte (1998)

 Cinderella (1999)

 Cooking Master Boy (2003; re-aired 2007)

 CRO

 Crush Gear Turbo (2003)

 Crush Gear Nitro (2006)
 Cuore

 Cyborg 009 (2004)

 D.I.C.E.

 Daimos (1987-1988)

 Dear Boys (2004)

 Digimon Adventure 02

 Digimon Adventures (2000-2001)

 Digimon Frontier

 Digimon Savers

 Digimon Tamers

 Digimon Xros Wars (2014, 10 incomplete episodes only aired for two weeks)

 Dinosaur King (2012)

 Dog of Flanders: My Patrasche (1992-1993; re-aired 2015)

 Duel Masters (2004)

 El Hazard The Mysterious World (The Wonderers) (2001)

 Eureka Seven (2007)

 Eyeshield 21 (2007-2011)
 Fantastic Children (2008)

 Final Fantasy: Unlimited (2003)

 Fruits Basket (2004)

 G-Force

 Gashbell (2012)

 Gate Keepers (2005)

 Georgie (1998)

 Get Backers (2004-2005)

 Gin Tama (2010-2013)

 Season 1 (2010)

 Season 2 (2012-2013)

 Goggle V (1986-1991)

 Gundam Seed (2004–2006)

 Gundam Seed Destiny (2007)

 Haikyū!! (2015–present)

 Season 1 (2015)

 Hamos, The Green Chariot (2001)
 Hana Yori Dango (1996-1997; re-aired 2010)

 Heavy Gear

 Heidi (1997)

 Heroman (2012)

 His and Her Circumstances (2005)

 Hitman Reborn! (2009-2011)

 Seasons 1 and 2 (2009)

 Season 3 (2010)

 Season 4 (2011; re-aired 2012-2013)

 Huck Finn

 Ie Naki Ko (subtitled Remi)

 Inuyasha (2002)

 Inazuma Eleven (2011)

 Season 1 (2011-2012; re-aired 2013)

 Isami (1999)

 Jackie (1999)

 Jenny (2002)
 Jester, the Adventurer (2000)

 Judie Abott (2002; re-aired 2007)

 Kerokerokeroppi

 Kiba (2009)

 Kiteretsu (1989-1991)

 Koseidon (1991-1998)

 Kuroko's Basketball (2013–present)

 Season 1 (2013; re-aired 2013-2014)

 Season 2 (2014; re-aired 2015-2016)

 Lady Lady (2003-2004)

 Laserion (1987)

 Law of Ueki (2007)

 Little Women

 Little Women II

 Lost Universe (1999)

 Machineman (1987-1991)

 Magic Girls
 Magic Knight Rayearth (1996-1997)

 Magmaman (1990-1992)

 MÄR: Marchen Awakens Romance (2009)

 Marcelino Pan y Vino (; re-aired 2014)

 Masked Rider Agito (2003-2004)

 Masked Rider Kuuga (2002-2003)

 Masked Rider Ryuki (2004-2005)

 Master of Epic: The Animation Age (2010)

 Marvel Anime

 Iron Man (2011; re-aired 2013)

 X-Men (2013-2014)

 Blade (2013-2014)

 Wolverine (2014)

 Mechander Robo (1987-1988)

 Metal Fight Beyblade (2010–2014)

 Season 1 (2010-2011; re-aired 2012)

 Season 2 (Metal Fight Beyblade: Baku) (2014, 10 incomplete episodes only aired for two weeks)
 Mga Munting Pangarap ni Romeo (1997)

 Naruto (2008-2009)

 Naruto Shippuden (2008–present)

 Season 1 (2008)

 Season 2 (2009)

 Season 3 (2010; re-aired 2011)

 Season 4 (2012)

 Season 5 (2013; re-aired 2013-2014)

 Season 6 (2014)

 Season 7 (2015)

 Season 8 (2016)

 Neon Genesis Evangelion (1999-2000)

 Ninja Boy Rantaro

 Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan (2012)

 Paul in Fantasy Land (1999)

 Peter Pan

 Pollyanna (1996)
 Princess Resurrection (2010, incomplete episodes)

 Princess Sarah (1993; re-aired 2007, 2014)

 Ragnarok the Animation (2004-2005)

 Rave (2003)

 Remi, Nobody's Girl (1999; re-aired 2004, 2007-2008, 2015)

 Robin Hood (1998)

 Saber Marionette J (1998-1999)

 Sailor Moon (2012)

 Sailor Moon R (2013)

 Sakura Wars (2002)

 Samurai X (1999-2000; re-aired 2002)

 School Rumble (2007)

 School Rumble: 2nd Term (2008)

 Sgt. Keroro (2007)

 Season 1 (2007)

 Shaider (1988-1991)

 Sky Ranger Gavan (1987-1991)
 Si Mary at Ang Lihim na Hardin (1996)

 Soul Eater (2010)

 Soul Hunter (2001)

 Street Fighter

 Street Fighter II V (2000)

 Super Doll Licca (2000)

 Super Gals (2003)

 Super Inggo at ang Super Tropa (2009–2010; re-aired 2010)

 Superbook Classic (2014–2015)

 Swiss Family Robinson (2000)

 Tenchi-Muyo (1999)

 The Flying House (2015; re-aired 2016, as a Holy Week special on Good Friday)

 The Slayers (1997)

 The Slayers Revolution (1997-1998; re-aired 2012)

 The Three Musketeers (1997)

 Thunder Jet (1997)

 Tico and Friends (1997)
 Tokyo Underground (2004)

 Transformers (2009)

 Transformers: Cybertron (2009)

 Trapp Family Singers (1993)

 Trouble with Sophie

 UFO Baby (2002-2008)

 Ultraman

 Ultraman Ace (1989-1996)

 Ultraman Gaia (2001-2002)

 Ultraman Max (2009)

 Ultraman Mebius (2013-2014)

 Voltes V (1987-1988)

 Voltron

 Wedding Peach (2000)

 Yaiba (1999-2000)

 Yakitate!! Japan (2006; re-aired 2013)

 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's (2012)
 Season 1 (2012; re-aired 2014, incomplete run)

 Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters (2003; re-aired 2014, 10 incomplete episodes only aired for two weeks)

 Yu-Gi-Oh! GX (2006)

 Season 1 (2006)

 Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal (2013)

 Season 1 (2013)

 Zenki (1997)

 Zoids: Genesis (2008-2009)

 Zorro (1997)
Telenovelas[edit]
Argentine[edit]

 Frijolito (2011)

 Malparida (2011, incomplete episodes)
Brazilian[edit]

 Ana Manuela (2014)
Colombian[edit]

 Eco Moda (2002-2003)

 El Cuerpo (2008)
 La Traicion (2008-2009)

 Pasión de Amor (2005-2006)

 Zorro: The Sword and the Rose (2007-2008)
Japanese[edit]

 Artificial Beauty (2008)

 Precious Time (2008-2009)
Mexican[edit]

 Alicia (2001-2002)

 Alondra (1998-1999)

 Camila (2001)

 Chabelita (1999-2000)

 Cristina (2002-2003)

 Daniela (2002-2003)

 Daniela's Diary (2000-2001)

 Dos Amores (2005-2006)

 Inocente de ti (2006-2007)

 Las Tontas (2008)

 Lazos de Amor (1996-1997)
 Little Amy (2005-2006)

 Luisa (2003)

 Maria de Jesus: Ang Anghel sa Lansangan (2009-2010)

 Maria Dolores (2015)

 Maria Mercedes (1996-1997)

 Marisol (1997-1998)

 Mirada de Mujer (2006)

 Niño Felipin (2000-2001)

 Nunca Te Olvidare (2002)

 Paloma (2002-2003)

 Por Ti (2003-2004)

 Romantica (2003)

 Rosalinda (2000)

 Rubí (2005)

 Tres mujeres (2001-2002)

 Wheels of Love (2003)
Peruvian[edit]

 Isabella (2004)
Venezuelan[edit]

 Altagracia (2003)

 Gata Salvaje (2003-2005)

 Ilusiones (1996-1997)

 Kassandra (1998-1999)

 Pura Sangre (2000-2001)

 Solita Mi Amor (2003-2004)
American TV shows[edit]

 24 (2003–2005)

 26 Men (1960)

 Alf

 Alias (2002)

 American Chronicles

 America's Top 10

 Are You Afraid of the Dark?

 Baywatch (1990–1996)

 Beverly Hills, 90210 (1991–1996)
 The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd

 Doogie Howser M.D. (1990–1994)

 Entertainment Tonight (1986–1996)

 Fame

 The Famous Teddy Z

 Free Spirit

 Hard Time on Planet Earth

 The Highwayman

 In the Heat of the Night

 Inside Edition

 The Invisible Man

 It's a Living

 Jane the Virgin (seasons 1 and 2) (2016)

 Kidsongs

 Knight Rider

 The Lone Ranger

 Man With a Camera
 Melrose Place

 Moonlighting

 Mortal Kombat: Conquest

 The Muppet Show

 Murphy Brown

 Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nog

 The Nanny (1994–1996)

 Northern Exposure

 Over My Dead Body

 Perfect Strangers

 Power Rangers (1995–2001, 2004–2015)

 Mighty Morphin Alien Rangers (1998) Short Episode

 Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (1995–1997)

 Power Rangers: Dino Thunder (2006–2007)

 Power Rangers: In Space (2000–2001)

 Power Rangers: Jungle Fury (2009–2010)

 Power Rangers: Megaforce (2015)
 Power Rangers: Mystic Force (2008–2009)

 Power Rangers: Operation Overdrive (2009–2010)

 Power Rangers: Ninja Storm (2005–2006)

 Power Rangers: R.P.M. (2011–2012)

 Power Rangers: S.P.D. (2007–2008)

 Power Rangers: Samurai/Super Samurai (2012–2013)

 Power Rangers: Super Megaforce (2015)

 Power Rangers: Turbo (1999–2000)

 Power Rangers: Wild Force (2004–2005)

 Power Rangers: Zeo (1998–1999)

 She's the Sheriff

 Sledge Hammer!

 Sportsweek

 Star Wars: Ewoks

 Starman

 Tales from the Darkside

 The Tracey Ullman Show
 The Twilight Zone

 Twin Peaks

 Young Hercules

 Zorro
Australian TV shows[edit]

 Round the Twist
British TV shows[edit]

 The Invisible Man

 Mr. Bean (2005–2014)

 Mr. Bean: The Animated Series (2004–2016) (moved to TV5, 2016–present)

 Telebugs

 The Worst Witch (2003)
Canadian TV shows[edit]

 Incredible Story Studios
Cartoons and Children's TV shows[edit]

 100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd (2004–2005)

 The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron (2010–2012)

 The Adventures of Madeline
 American Dragon: Jake Long

 Archie and Sabrina

 Attack of the Killer Tomatoes: The Animated Series

 Avatar: The Legend of Aang (2010–2011; re-aired 2013–2014)

 The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes

 Bananas in Pyjamas

 Barney & Friends (2005–2006) (moved to TV5)

 Batman

 Bear in the Big Blue House

 Beast Machines

 Beast Wars: Transformers

 Beverly Hills Teens

 Blackstar

 Blazing Dragons

 Bucky O' Hare

 The Bugs Bunny Show

 C.O.P.S.
 Conan and the Young Warriors

 Dora the Explorer (2010–2011)

 Double Dragon II

 Fairy Tale Police Department

 The Fairytaler

 Fantastic Four

 Franklin

 Garbage Pail Kids

 Garfield and Friends

 Go Diego Go (2011–2012)

 Godzilla

 Godzilla: The Series

 Hello Kitty

 Hello Kitty's Furry Tale Theater

 Hello Kitty's Paradise

 Huntik: Secrets & Seekers

 Hyperman
 Inhumanoids (1986–1987)

 Jackie Chan Adventures

 Jem and the Holograms

 Julio at Julia, Kambal ng Tadhana (1994; re-aired 2007)

 Jumanji

 Kassai and Leuk

 Kim Possible

 The Legend of Korra (2013; re-aired 2015)

 Lilo N' Stitch

 Littlest Pet Shop

 Looney Tunes

 M.A.S.K.

 Maggie and the Ferocious Beast

 Marvel Knights (2012)

 The Marvel Super Heroes

 Max Steel

 Max Steel (2013 TV series) (2014–2015)
 Maya & Miguel

 Men in Black

 Merrie Melodies

 Merry Morning Toons (2008; re-aired 2009)

 Mission Odyssey

 Mr. Bogus

 Ni Hao, Kai-Lan (2012–2013)

 Open Sesame

 The Penguins of Madagascar (2011–2012)

 Pole Position

 Rainbow Fish

 The Real Ghostbusters

 Rolie Polie Olie

 Round the Twist

 Santa Apprentice (2009; re-aired 2014)

 Scooby-Doo

 She-Ra: Princess of Power
 Shen Bing Kids

 The Simpsons

 Skyland

 Space Sentinels

 Spider-Woman

 SpongeBob SquarePants (2010–present)

 Stuart Little

 Super Friends

 The Super Hero Squad Show

 Super Mario Bros.

 Superbook Reimagined (2014–present)

 T.U.F.F. Puppy (2014)

 Tarzan

 Teamo Supremo

 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Fast Forward

 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014–2016)
 The Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot

 Tommy and Oscar

 Totally Spies

 Trollz

 Ultimate Spider-Man

 Ulysses 31

 Visionaries: Knights of the Magical Light

 Voltron Force (2014)

 What-a-Mess

 Wild C.A.Ts

 Winx Club

 Wolverine and the X-Men (2009)

 X-Men

 X-Men: Evolution

 Yogi's Gang

 Young Hercules
Korean and Taiwanese dramas[edit]
Main article: The First and True Home of Asianovelas
Specials and events[edit]
Main article: List of ABS-CBN specials aired

See also[edit]

 List of telenovelas of ABS-CBN

 List of programs broadcast by ABS-CBN

 List of Philippine television shows

 Jeepney TV

 ABS-CBN (television network)

Notes[edit]

1. ^ Programs are being aired as re-runs on Jeepney TV.

External links[edit]

 Official website

List of telenovelas of ABS-CBN
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ABS-CBN's current logo.

This is a list of telenovelas that been originally aired on ABS-CBN. Titles are sorted in the decade and the year of their release. Drama
anthologies such as Maalaala Mo Kaya are excluded in the list.

1960s[edit]

Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Hiwaga sa Bahay na January 25,
September 30, 1963
Bato 1964

Larawan ng Pag-ibig 1964 1964
Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Prinsipe Amante 1966 1966

1970s[edit]

Premiere
Title Finale Date
Date

Elisa 1970 September 22, 1972

1980s[edit]

Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Angkan 1988

Luneta: Discovery Hour
September 15, 1986 November 21, 1986
Hilakbot

Ina December 12, 1986
Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Ang Pamilya Ko April 1987 June 1987

Pag-ibig o Karangalan 1988 1990

Umiikot ang Kapalaran 1988 1988

Agila February 20, 1989 February 7, 1992

Bubog sa Puso 1989 1989

Sta. Zita At Si Mary
1989 1991
Rose

Anna Luna November 27, 1989 September 30, 1994

1990s[edit]

Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Isabel, Sugo ng Birhen 1991 January 3, 1992
Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Sebya, Mahal Kita 1991 August 14, 1992

Valiente February 10, 1992 January 27, 1995

Mara Clara August 17, 1992 February 14, 1997

Familia Zaragoza June 11, 1995[1] September 29, 1996

Esperanza February 17, 1997 July 30, 1999

Mula sa Puso March 10, 1997 April 9, 1999

!Oka Tokat June 24, 1997 July 2, 2002

Marinella February 8, 1999 May 11, 2001

Ang Munting Paraiso March 6, 1999 May 11, 2002

Saan Ka Man Naroroon April 12, 1999 March 23, 2001
Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Labs Ko Si Babe August 2, 1999 November 10, 2000

Nagmamahal Pa Rin Sa
1999 1999
Iyo

2000s[edit]
2000[edit]

Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Pangako Sa
November 13, 2000 September 20, 2002
'Yo

2001[edit]

Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Sa Dulo Ng Walang
March 26, 2001 February 28, 2003
Hanggan

Recuerdo de Amor May 14, 2001 January 10, 2003
Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Sa Puso Ko Iingatan Ka June 18, 2001 February 14, 2003

Your Honor June 22, 2001 2002

2002[edit]

Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Kay Tagal Kang Hinintay July 8, 2002 November 14, 2003

September 23,
Bituin May 23, 2003
2002

Kapalaran (Regional
September 2002 January 2004
only)
2003[edit]

Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Darating ang Umaga March 3, 2003 November 14, 2003

Sana'y Wala Nang
May 19, 2003 July 9, 2004
Wakas

Basta't Kasama Kita May 26, 2003 September 10, 2004

December 8,
It Might Be You December 10, 2004
2003

2004[edit]

Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Marina February 23, 2004 November 12, 2004

Sarah the Teen
March 1, 2004 October 22, 2004
Princess
Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Mangarap Ka March 29, 2004 October 8, 2004

Seasons of Love June 6, 2004 2005

Hiram July 12, 2004 May 20, 2005

Maid in Heaven August 16, 2004 November 19, 2004

Krystala October 11, 2004 April 22, 2005

Spirits December 13, 2004 May 6, 2005

2005[edit]

Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Mga Anghel na Walang
May 9, 2005 February 24, 2006
Langit

Ikaw ang Lahat sa Akin May 16, 2005 November 4, 2005
Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Kampanerang Kuba June 6, 2005 December 16, 2005

Vietnam Rose September 19, 2005 February 10, 2006

Ang Panday November 7, 2005 May 26, 2006

2006[edit]

Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Gulong ng Palad January 9, 2006 May 12, 2006

Sa Piling Mo February 27, 2006 August 25, 2006

Bituing Walang
May 15, 2006 October 6, 2006
Ningning

Calla Lily May 29, 2006 September 15, 2006

Super Inggo August 28, 2006 February 9, 2007
Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Crazy for You September 11, 2006 December 29, 2006

Maging Sino Ka Man October 9, 2006 May 25, 2007

2007[edit]

Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Sana Maulit Muli January 8, 2007 April 20, 2007

Maria Flordeluna February 12, 2007 June 22, 2007

March 5, 2007 October 2, 2009
Sineserye Presents

 Palimos ng Pag-ibig

 Hiram na Mukha

 May Minamahal

 Natutulog Ba Ang Diyos?

 Patayin sa Sindak si Barbara
Title Premiere Date Finale Date

 Maligno

 Florinda
Rounin April 16, 2007 July 26, 2007

Walang Kapalit April 23, 2007 August 31, 2007

Ysabella June 25, 2007 January 18, 2008

Margarita July 30, 2007 September 21, 2007

Kokey August 6, 2007 November 9, 2007

Pangarap na Bituin September 3, 2007 December 7, 2007

Mars Ravelo's Lastikman September 24, 2007 January 25, 2008

Prinsesa ng Banyera October 8, 2007 May 23, 2008

Princess Sarah November 12, 2007 December 21, 2007

Maging Sino Ka Man: Ang
December 10, 2007 March 28, 2008
Pagbabalik

2008[edit]

Title Premiere Date Finale Date
Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Palos

Lobo July 11, 2008

Ligaw na Bulaklak May 26, 2008 October 24, 2008

My Girl September 5, 2008

Iisa Pa Lamang July 14, 2008 November 7, 2008

Dyosa August 11, 2008 January 16, 2009

I Love Betty La
September 8, 2008 April 24, 2009
Fea

Kahit Isang Saglit September 15, 2008 December 12, 2008

Pieta October 27, 2008 May 1, 2009

Eva Fonda December 1, 2008 February 6, 2009
Title Premiere Date Finale Date

2009[edit]

Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Tayong Dalawa January 19, 2009 September 25, 2009

May Bukas Pa February 2, 2009 February 5, 2010

Kambal sa Uma April 20, 2009 October 9, 2009

Only You April 27, 2009 August 21, 2009

Bud Brothers May 4, 2009 August 28, 2009

The Wedding June 29, 2009 September 4, 2009

Katorse August 24, 2009 January 8, 2010
Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Dahil May Isang Ikaw January 15, 2010

Ang Lalaking Nagmahal Sa
August 31, 2009 October 16, 2009
Akin

Lovers in Paris September 28, 2009 December 11, 2009

Nagsimula sa Puso October 12, 2009 January 22, 2010

Somewhere In My Heart October 19, 2009 December 4, 2009

My Cheating Heart December 7, 2009 January 29, 2010

2010s[edit]
2010[edit]

Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Tanging Yaman January 11, 2010 May 21, 2010
Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Kung Tayo'y Magkakalayo January 18, 2010 July 9, 2010

Magkano Ang Iyong
January 25, 2010 May 14, 2010
Dangal?

Love Is Only in the Movies February 12, 2010
February 1, 2010
Habang May Buhay May 14, 2010

Agua Bendita February 8, 2010 September 3, 2010

The Substitute Bride February 26, 2010
February 15, 2010
Rubi August 13, 2010

You're Mine, Only Mine March 1, 2010 March 12, 2010

Lumang Piso Para sa Puso March 15, 2010 March 31, 2010

Love Me Again April 5, 2010 May 14, 2010
Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Impostor September 17, 2010
May 17, 2010
Rosalka October 22, 2010

Momay May 24, 2010 September 17, 2010

Magkaribal June 28, 2010 November 5, 2010

Midnight Phantom August 13, 2010
July 12, 2010
Noah January 28, 2011

Kristine August 16, 2010 February 11, 2011

1DOL September 6, 2010 October 22, 2010

Alyna September 20, 2010 February 11, 2011
Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Kokey @ Ako December 3, 2010

Imortal October 4, 2010 April 29, 2011

Juanita Banana February 18, 2011
October 25, 2010
Mara Clara June 3, 2011

Sabel December 6, 2010 March 11, 2011

2011[edit]

Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Mutya January 31, 2011 May 6, 2011

Green Rose February 14, 2011 May 27, 2011

Mana Po February 21, 2011 April 1, 2011
Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Minsan Lang Kita
March 7, 2011 August 19, 2011
Iibigin

Mula sa Puso March 28, 2011 August 12, 2011

100 Days to Heaven May 9, 2011 November 18, 2011

Guns and Roses June 6, 2011 September 23, 2011

Reputasyon July 11, 2011 January 20, 2012

Maria la del Barrio August 15, 2011 March 2, 2012

My Binondo Girl August 22, 2011 January 20, 2012

Nasaan Ka Elisa? September 12, 2011 January 13, 2012

Budoy October 10, 2011 March 9, 2012

Angelito: Batang Ama November 14, 2011 April 13, 2012
Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Ikaw Ay Pag-Ibig November 21, 2011 January 27, 2012

2012[edit]

Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Walang Hanggan January 16, 2012 October 26, 2012

Lumayo Ka Man Sa Akin January 23, 2012 May 4, 2012

Mundo Man ay Magunaw July 13, 2012
January 30, 2012
E-Boy April 13, 2012

Oka2Kat February 4, 2012 May 5, 2012

Wako Wako March 5, 2012 May 25, 2012
Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Dahil Sa Pag-ibig March 12, 2012 June 29, 2012

Kung Ako'y Iiwan Mo November 16, 2012
April 16, 2012
Princess and I February 1, 2013

Aryana May 7, 2012 January 25, 2013

Hiyas May 28, 2012 July 13, 2012

Lorenzo's Time July 2, 2012 October 5, 2012

Be Careful With My Heart November 28, 2014
July 9, 2012
Kahit Puso'y Masugatan February 1, 2013

Pintada July 16, 2012 November 2, 2012
Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Angelito: Ang Bagong
December 14, 2012
Yugto

Ina, Kapatid, Anak October 8, 2012 June 14, 2013

A Beautiful Affair October 29, 2012 January 18, 2013

November 5,
Paraiso April 5, 2013
2012

2013[edit]

Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Kailangan Ko'y Ikaw April 19, 2013
January 21, 2013
May Isang Pangarap May 17, 2013

Kahit Konting Pagtingin January 28, 2013 April 12, 2013

Juan dela Cruz February 4, 2013 October 25, 2013
Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Apoy Sa Dagat February 11, 2013 July 5, 2013

Little Champ March 18, 2013 May 24, 2013

Dugong Buhay April 8, 2013 September 27, 2013

My Little Juan May 20, 2013 September 13, 2013

Annaliza May 27, 2013 March 21, 2014

Huwag Ka Lang Mawawala June 17, 2013 August 23, 2013

Muling Buksan Ang Puso July 8, 2013 October 4, 2013

Got to Believe August 26, 2013 March 7, 2014
Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Bukas Na Lang Kita
September 2, 2013 November 15, 2013
Mamahalin

Galema: Anak ni Zuma September 30, 2013 March 28, 2014

Maria Mercedes October 7, 2013 January 24, 2014

Honesto October 28, 2013 March 14, 2014

2014[edit]

Title Premiere Date Finale Date

The Legal Wife January 27, 2014 June 13, 2014

Ikaw Lamang March 10, 2014 October 24, 2014

Dyesebel March 17, 2014 July 18, 2014

Mirabella March 24, 2014 July 4, 2014
Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Moon of Desire March 31, 2014 August 15, 2014

Sana Bukas pa ang
June 16, 2014 October 10, 2014
Kahapon

Pure Love July 7, 2014 November 14, 2014

Hawak Kamay July 21, 2014 November 21, 2014

Two Wives October 13, 2014 March 13, 2015

Forevermore October 27, 2014 May 22, 2015

Bagito November 17, 2014 March 13, 2015

Dream Dad November 24, 2014 April 17, 2015
2015[edit]

Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Oh My G! July 24, 2015

FlordeLiza[2] August 28, 2015
January 19, 2015

Nasaan Ka Nang Kailangan
October 16, 2015
Kita

Inday Bote May 29, 2015
March 16, 2015
Bridges of Love[2] August 7, 2015

Nathaniel[2] April 20, 2015 September 25, 2015

Pangako Sa 'Yo[3] May 25, 2015 February 10, 2017

Pasión de Amor[4] June 1, 2015 February 26, 2016

Ningning[5] July 27, 2015 January 15, 2016
Title Premiere Date Finale Date

On the Wings of Love[6] August 10, 2015 February 12, 2016

Doble Kara[7] August 24, 2015 February 10, 2017

All of Me[8] August 31, 2015 January 29, 2016

Ang Probinsyano[9] September 28, 2015

Walang Iwanan[10] October 19, 2015 December 4, 2015

You're My Home[11] November 9, 2015 March 23, 2016

And I Love You So[12] December 7, 2015 March 11, 2016

2016[edit]

Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Be My Lady[13] January 18, 2016 November 25, 2016
Title Premiere Date Finale Date

Tubig at Langis[14] February 1, 2016 September 2, 2016

Dolce Amore[15] February 15, 2016 August 26, 2016

We Will Survive[16] July 15, 2016
February 29, 2016
The Story of Us[17] June 17, 2016

My Super D[18] April 18, 2016 July 15, 2016

Born for You[19] June 20, 2016 September 16, 2016

Till I Met You[20] August 29, 2016 January 20, 2017

The Greatest Love[21] September 5, 2016

Magpahanggang Wakas[22] September 19, 2016 January 3, 2017

Langit Lupa[23] November 28, 2016
2017[edit]

Title Premiere Date Finale Date

A Love to Last[24] January 9, 2017

My Dear Heart[25] January 23, 2017

The Better Half
February 13, 2017
Wildflower

Upcoming[edit]

Title Premiere Date

Ikaw Lang ang Iibigin[26] March 2017

La Luna Sangre[27] April 2017

The Promise of Forever[28] 2017

Pusong Ligaw[29][30]
Title Premiere Date

Written in Our Stars[31]

See also[edit]

 List of programs broadcast by ABS-CBN

 List of programs aired by ABS-CBN

 List of Philippine telenovelas

 The First and True Home of Asianovelas

References[edit]

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List of ABS-CBN specials aired
Below is a partial list of shows that were previously aired on Philippine television network, ABS-CBN. This article also includes specials
programs previously aired by Channel 2 asBBC-2. For the current programs which are airing, see List of programs broadcast by ABS-CBN.

Election coverage[edit]

 Halalan '67 (November 14−15, 1967)

 Halalan '69 (November 11−12, 1969)

 Halalan '71: Bilang ng Bayan (November 8−9, 1971)

 Bilang ng Bayan '87 (May 11−12, 1987)

 Bilang ng Bayan '88 (January 18–19, 1988)

 Halalan '92 (May 11−12, 1992)

 Halalan '95 (May 8−9, 1995)

 Halalan '98: The ABS-CBN Election Coverage (May 11−12, 1998)

 Halalan 2001 (May 14−15, 2001)

 Halalan 2004 (May 10−11, 2004)

 Halalan '07: Boto Mo, I-Patrol Mo! (May 14−15, 2007)

 Boto Mo, I-Patrol Mo! Halalan 2010: Ako Ang Simula (May 10−11, 2010)

 Bayan Mo, I-Patrol Mo! Halalan 2013: Tayo Na (May 13−14, 2013)
 Halalan 2016: Ipanalo ang Pamilyang Pilipino (May 9−10, 2016)

International events[edit]

 Miss Universe on ABS-CBN (1969; 1994; 2007-2017)

 Miss Universe 1969

 Miss Universe 1994

 Miss Universe 2007

 Miss Universe 2008

 Miss Universe 2009

 Miss Universe 2010

 Miss Universe 2011

 Miss Universe 2012

 Miss Universe 2013

 Miss Universe 2014

 Miss Universe 2015

 Miss Universe 2016[1]

 The Oscars on ABS-CBN (2008-2014)

 80th Academy Awards
 81st Academy Awards

 82nd Academy Awards

 83rd Academy Awards

 84th Academy Awards

 85th Academy Awards

 86th Academy Awards

Sports coverage[edit]

 Asian Games (1954-1970)

 Southeast Asian Games (1977-ongoing)

 1968 Summer Olympics (October 13−28, 1968)

 1992 Summer Olympics (July 26−August 10, 1992)

 2007 Boxing World Cup (Philippines vs. Mexico)

 2013 UCI Road World Championships

 AFC Football World Cup 1st Qualifying Finals Manila: Philippines Azkals vs. Sri Lanka Brave Reds (July 10, 2011)

 AFC Football World Cup 2nd Qualifying Finals Kuwait: Philippines Azkals vs. Kuwait (July 23, 2011)

 AFC Football World Cup 2nd Qualifying Finals Manila: Philippines Azkals vs. Kuwait (July 28, 2011)

 A Run for the Pasig River Special Coverage (2009–present)
 Bernard Hopkins vs. Winky Wright (July 23, 2007)

 Bowl Championship Series on ABS-CBN (1999–2002)

 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup (2014)

 Homecoming: Oscar De La Hoya vs. Steve Forbes (May 4, 2008)

 Invasion: (Philippines vs. the World) Boxing Fight (2008)

 Kapamilya All Star Basketball/Volleyball Game (October 6, 2013)

 Laban Na Banal Boxing Coverage (July 26, 2008)

 Latino Fight 14 (May 2010)

 Manny Pacquiao fights

 January 22, 2006 vs. Erik Morales II

 July 3, 2006 vs. Óscar Larios

 November 18, 2006 vs. Erik Morales III

 May 3, 2015 vs. Floyd Mayweather, Jr.

 MBA Games (1998–2000)

 MICAA Games (1972)

 NBA Games (1986—1988, 2013—present)

 NBA All-Star Games (1987—1988, 2013—present)
 NBA on ABS-CBN (1986—1988, 2011—ongoing)

 1987 NBA Playoffs

 1987 NBA Finals

 1988 NBA Playoffs

 1988 NBA Finals

 2011 NBA Playoffs

 2011 NBA Finals

 2012 NBA Playoffs

 2012 NBA Finals

 2013 NBA Playoffs

 2013 NBA Finals

 2014 NBA Playoffs

 2014 NBA Finals

 2015 NBA Playoffs

 2015 NBA Finals

 2016 NBA Playoffs

 2016 NBA Finals
 NCAA Games (1953–1972)

 NFL on ABS-CBN (1986—1987)

 Nonito Donaire Fights

 2011 vs. Omar Andres Narvaez

 2011 vs. Fernando Montiel (Ang Pagtutuos)

 2012 vs. Wilfredo Vázquez, Jr. (Welcome To The Future Double Header)

 2012 vs. Jeffrey Mathebula

 2012 vs. Toshiaki Nishioka

 2012 vs. Jorge Arce (The Demolition Day)

 2013 vs. Guillermo Rigondeaux

 2013 vs. Vic Darchinyan (The Rematch) (November 10, 2013)

 2015 vs. Cesar Juarez (December 13, 2015)

 Number One-Numero Uno: Floyd Mayweather, Jr. vs. Juan Manuel Márquez (September 20, 2009)

 PBL Opening Ceremonies Coverage (November 7, 2003)

 Peligro: The Humberto Soto-Urbano Antillion Fight (December 5, 2010)

 Philippines vs The Rest of the World Boxing Fight (2010)

 Pinoy Power 3: Latin Fury: Nonito Donaire Vs. Manuel "Chango" Vargas Boxing Fight (February 14, 2010)
 Pinoy Pride fights (2010-ongoing)

 Pinoy Pride 2: Melindo Vs. Tamara Boxing Fight (November 28, 2010)

 Pinoy Pride 3: The Rematch: "Boom Boom" Bautista Vs. “Zorrito” Barrera Boxing Fight (January 30, 2011)

 Pinoy Pride 4: Philippines vs The World: AJ Banal Vs. Francis Miyeyusho Boxing Fight (March 20, 2011)

 Pinoy Pride 5: Battle Of Champions: Donnie Nietes Vs. Armando Vasquez Boxing Fight (April 10, 2011)

 Pinoy Pride 7: The AJ Banal vs. Tyson Cave Boxing Fight (July 31, 2011)

 Pinoy Pride 8: Philippines vs. Mexico: Milan Melindo Vs. Francisco Rosas Boxing Fight (September 11, 2011)

 Pinoy Pride 9: Donnie Nietes vs. Ramon "Principe" Garcia Boxing Fight (October 9, 2011)

 Pinoy Pride 10: Rey "Boom Boom" Bautista vs. Miguel Angel Mendoza Boxing Fight (December 11, 2011)

 Pinoy Pride 11: Philippines Vs. The World: Milando Melino Vs. Juan “Panterita” Esquer Boxing Fight (January 29, 2012)

 Pinoy Pride 13 (March 25, 2012)

 Pinoy Pride 14: Night of Champions (June 3, 2012)

 Pinoy Pride 16 (September 20, 2012)

 Pinoy Pride 17: Banal vs. Sor Singyu (October 2012)

 Pinoy Pride 22: The Revenge (October 26, 2013)

 Pinoy Pride 23: Filipinos Kontra Latinos (December 1, 2013)

 Pinoy Pride 24: The Future Is Now: Genesis Servania vs. Alexander Munoz (March 2, 2014)
 Pinoy Pride 25: The Rematch For Glory: Donnie Nietes vs. Moises Fuentes (May 11, 2014)

 Pinoy Pride 33: Philippines vs. The World (October 18, 2015)

 Pinoy Pride 35: The Stars of the Future (February 28, 2016)

 Rambulan sa Macau 2: Milan Melindo vs. Juan Francisco Estrada Fight (July 28, 2013)

 Sandugo: The AJ Banal vs. Big Yoo Boxing Fight (July 18, 2010)

 Stadium Slugfest: Yuri Foreman vs. Miguel Cotto Fight (June 2010)

 Star Olympics 2007

 The Challenge: Bernabe Concepcion vs. Juan Manuel Lopez Fight (July 11, 2010)

 The World Awaits Oscar De La Hoya vs. Floyd Mayweather, Jr. (May 6, 2007)

 Top Pro Boxing (1969-1972)

 UAAP Finals

 UAAP Season 73 Men's Basketball Finals: Ateneo Vs. FEU Game 1 (September 25, 2010)

 UAAP Season 74 Men's Basketball Finals: Ateneo Vs. FEU Game 1 (September 24, 2011)

 UAAP Season 74 Men's Basketball Finals: Ateneo Vs. FEU Game 2 (October 1, 2011)

 UAAP Season 75 Men's Basketball Finals: Ateneo Vs. UST Game 1 (October 6, 2012)

 UAAP Season 76 Men's Basketball Finals: UST Vs. DLSU Game 2 (October 5, 2013)

 UAAP Season 76 Men's Basketball Finals: DLSU vs. UST Game 3 (October 12, 2013)
 UAAP Season 76 Women's Volleyball Finals: Ateneo vs. DLSU Game 4 (March 15, 2014)

 UAAP Season 77 Men's Basketball Finals: FEU vs. NU Game 1 (October 4, 2014)

 UAAP Season 77 Women's Volleyball Finals: Ateneo vs. DLSU Game 2 (March 14, 2015)

 UAAP Season 78 Men's Basketball Finals: UST Vs. FEU Game 2 (November 28, 2015)

 UAAP Season 79 Men's Basketball Finals: DLSU vs. Ateneo Game 1 (December 3, 2016)

 Ultimate Fighting Championship (2012–2015)

 UFC sa ABS-CBN: Mark Munoz: The Filipino Fighter (June–July 2012)

 UFC 179: Aldo vs. Mendes 2 (October 26, 2014)

 UFC 192: Cormier vs. Gustafsson (October 4, 2015)

 Welcome To The Future Double Header: The Nonito Donaire vs. Wilfrido Vasquez & Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. Vs. Marco Antonio
Rubio Boxing Fight (February 5, 2012)

 WBC Welterweight Championship: Floyd Mayweather, Jr. vs. Ricky Hatton (December 9, 2007)

 Z Gorres vs. Luis Melendez (November 15, 2009)

TV specials[edit]

 20 Taong ng Pagpapatrol: TV Patrol 20th Anniversary Special (November 25, 2007)

 30 630: Kwento ng DZMM: The DZMM 30th Anniversary Special (October 9, 2016)

 47th Box Office Entertainment Awards (May 1, 2016)

 ABS-CBN Chinese New Year Countdown Special (2010–ongoing)
 ABS-CBN Foundation's 20th Anniversary TV Special (2009)

 A Journey for the Youth: The 1995 ABS-CBN Papal Visit Coverage (January 10–15, 1995)

 A Salute to the King of Pop: Michael Jackson's 30th Anniversary Concert (2009)

 Agosto Bente-Uno: Ang Pagpatay kay Ninoy Aquino (August 25, 2013)

 AG From the East: The Unexpected Concert (September 13, 2015)

 Agila: Laban ng Lahi (June 14, 2015)

 Ako ang Simula: Himig Ng Pagbabago: ABS-CBN Election Special (October 15, 2009)

 Ako ang Simula: Simula Ng Pagbabago: ABS-CBN Election Special (June 14, 2009)

 Alay Ni Da King: An ABS-CBN Tribute Documentary Special (2005)

 Ambisyon 2010 TV Special (March 7, 2010)

 Andrea Bocelli Live In Manila TV Special (2004)

 Ang Kwento Nating Dalawa, Juday-Ryan Wedding Part 2 (2009)

 ANNEKAPAL The Forbidden Concert (June 7, 2015)

 Araw Values Awards (2008–present)

 As 1: The Experience TV Special (August 1, 2010)

 ASAP Live in Dubai (February 2, 2014; February 9, 2014)

 ASAP 20 Live at the Mall of Asia Arena (February 22–March 1, 2015)
 ASAP Live in New York (September 11−18, 2016)

 Asia Music Song Festival Philippines (2000)

 Bagsik ni Bagyong Yolanda: The ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs Special Coverage (November 2013)

 Banal: An ABS-CBN News Documentary on Blessed John Paul II (2011)

 BMPM, Ako ang Simula: Himig ng Pagbabago Concert TV Special (February 21, 2010)

 Bantay Bata 163's 10th Anniversary Special (2007)

 Barry Manilow: Greatest Hits Tour Live in Manila (December 6, 1991)

 Bayaning Pilipino, Ang Simula ng Pagbabago TV Special (February 28, 2010)

 Be Careful with My Heart: The Fairytale Wedding of Richard Lim and Maya dela Rosa (November 15, 2013)

 Be Careful with My Heart: Our Fairytale Wedding: The Happy Ever After Begins (November 24, 2013)

 Beyond Conspiracy: 25 Years after the Aquino Assassination (2008)

 Bida ng Buhay Ko: The 20 Years of Judy Ann Santos TV Special (2006)

 Bigating Pagbabago: The Biggest Loser Pinoy Edition Doubles Primer (February 1, 2014)

 Bigatin Pinoy: The Biggest Loser Primer (May 15, 2011)

 Bigatin Simula: The Road To The Biggest Loser Pinoy Edition (May 29, 2011)

 Binibining Pilipinas (1996; 2011–ongoing)

 Binibining Pilipinas Primer (2011–ongoing)
 Black Eyed Peas Live in Manila (2006)

 Blackout: Bench's Denim and Underwear Special (July 19, 2009)

 Born for You LIVE! The Concert Finale (September 16, 2016)

 Catholic Mass Media Awards (1998)

 Che Che Lazaro Presents (Produced by Unlimited Productions, Inc., 2011–2014)

 Ang Tunay Na Pag-Ibig Ni Lolo Jose (June 19, 2011)

 EDSA (February 2012)

 Sigalot (June 17, 2012)

 Bigatin (August 19, 2012)

 Bisyo (September 9, 2012)

 Plastic Ka! (September 23, 2012)

 Tekkie nga ba o Teka muna? (February 3, 2013)

 Kamag-anak, Inc.: A KampanyaSerye Documentary (March 10, 2013)

 Ang Tipo Kong Kandidato: A KampanyaSerye Documentary (May 12, 2013)

 Si Sir Chief, Si Maya at ang Teleserye (June 16, 2013)

 Pantawid sa Daang Matuwid (July 21, 2013)

 Ang Wika Ko (August 18, 2013)
 Cocorakot (September 15, 2013)

 LGBT (October 13, 2013)

 Andres Bonifacio: May Pagasa (November 24, 2013)

 Panahon Na! (January 12, 2014)

 Palibhasa Babae (March 2, 2014)

 Hapag ng Pagasa (April 20, 2014)

 Pinoy Hits (May 18, 2014)

 Kapag Tumibok ang Puso (June 22, 2014)

 Christmas and New Year Healing Eucharist Mass (December 25, 2007–ongoing, January 1, 2008–ongoing)

 Countdown to 2010: The ABS-CBN Leadership Forum (2009)

 Crying for Justice: The Maguindanao Massacre Media Forum (November 21, 2010)

 Dalawang Mukha ng Malnutrisyon (2008)

 Daniel Live! Concert TV Special (June 30, 2013)

 Daniel Padilla's Most Wanted Concert (October 11, 2015)

 Diyes sa Mayo Diyes Election Special (May 9, 2010)

 Dolce Amore: Choose Love Finale Concert (August 21, 2016)

 Dolphy Alay Tawa: A Musical Tribute to the King of Philippine Comedy (September 30, 2012)
 Dolphy: Hari ng Komedya (July 15, 2012)

 EDSA: 30 Taon (February 28, 2016)

 Enrique Gil: King of the Gil (February 9, 2014)

 FPJ's Ang Probinsyano: Isang Taon, Isang Selebrasyon, Isang Pasasalamat (September 28, 2016)

 FAMAS Awards (2014–ongoing)

 Fusion 1st Philippine Music Festival (February 22, 2015)

 Ganito Kami Muli: A Cinema One Documentary Special on the digital restoration of the movie Ganito Kami Noon, Paano Kami
Ngayon? (March 16, 2014)

 Gullermo Mendoza Box Office Awards (2009–ongoing)

 Gawad Geny Lopez Jr. Bayaning Pilipino Awards (1995–ongoing)

 Halalan: Mano-Mano o Auto, Getz Mo?: ABS-CBN Election Special (November 15, 2009)

 Handog ni Guy (1991)

 Harapan: The ABS-CBN & ANC Presidential Forum (December 6, 2009)

 Harapan: The ABS-CBN & ANC Vice Presidential Forum (March 21, 2010)

 Harapan 2013: The Senatorial Debates (April 21, 28, 2013)

 Harapan, Mga Isyu ng Bayan: The ABS-CBN and ANC Senatorial Forum (April 18, 2010 & May 2, 2010)

 Harapan ng Bise: The ABS-CBN Vice Presidential Debate (April 17, 2016)

 Here's to the Ladies: Zsa Zsa Padilla Special (1988)
 Hillary Clinton: The Manila Forum (November 13, 2009)

 Himig Handog Love Songs Grand Finals TV Special (2003)

 Himig Handog P-POP Love Songs Grand Finals TV Special (February 24, 2013)

 Himig Handog P-POP Love Songs 2016 Grand Finals Night (April 24, 2016)

 Himig Handog Sa Maka-bagong Kabataan Grand Finals TV Special (2005)

 Hope and Winston 1 Million Pesos Sweepstakes Grand Draw TV Special (1995–2000)

 ICON The Concert (April 5, 2015)

 Isang Pamilya Tayo: FPJ's Ang Probinsyano The Anniversary Concert (November 6, 2016)

 I-Vice Ganda Mo Ko sa Araneta Concert TV Special (July 14, 2013)

 JaDine: Achieved Reel to Real (February 28, 2016)

 JaDine Flying High on Love Special (April 10−May 1, 2016)

 JaDine in Love (November 13, 2016)

 Johnny: The Juan Ponce Enrile Story (September 23, 2012)

 Kabayan Reports: Gusto Kong Mag-Aral (2013)

 Kahapon, Ngayon at Bukas: The Mar Roxas-Korina Sanchez Wedding Special (November 8, 2009)

 Kaibigan Habang Buhay: The Unilever Philippines 75th Anniversary Special (February 9, 2003)

 Kapamilya Simbang Gabi (December 16–24, 2007–ongoing)
 KBP Golden Dove Awards (1999)

 Kidnap (2008)

 My Girl turns 18: The Kim Chiu's Birthday Special (2008)

 King of Comedy Dolphy at 80 (August 2008)

 King of the Gil: The Concert TV Special (February 9, 2014)

 Kris @ 18 (1989)

 Laban ni Cory (2009)

 Lakwatsero sa Hokkaido: ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs Documentary Special (February 23, 2014 – January 17, 2016)

 La Nightingtale: Lani Misalucha The Return Concert (May 10, 2015)

 Last Journey of Ninoy Documentary Special (August 23, 2009)

 Laya: Sigaw ng Kabataan Street Party for EDSA Uno Anniversary (February 25, 2001)

 Lea Salonga: The Playlist Concert TV Special (February 16, 2014)

 Little AZKALS (April 12, 2015)

 Love Me From What I Am, Maricel Soriano (1985)¹

 Mag TV Na: Pagtalubo Sa Pagtubod, Peñafrancia 2014 Special (September 21, 2013; aired on ABS-CBN Bicol)

 MMK 20: Maalaala Mo Kaya Dalawang Dekada: A Documentary TV Special (September 26, 2011)

 Man on the Moon (July 17–25, 1969)
 Martin Nievera XXV Concert (2008)

 Maricel: 22 on 2 (1991)

 Martin Nievera and Regine Velasquez World Concert Tour (2003)

 Mega 30: The Sharon Cuneta 30th Anniversary TV Special (2008)

 Mega Birthday 2010 Concert (January 17, 2010)

 Mega Drama Concert (August 22, 2010)

 Metro Manila Film Festival Awards Night

 24th Metro Manila Film Festival Awards Night (December 1998)

 37th Metro Manila Film Festival Gabi ng Parangal (January 1, 2012)

 40th Metro Manila Film Festival Gabi ng Parangal (December 27, 2014)

 Mga Nagbabagang Balita: 25 Taon ng TV Patrol (July 29, 2012, popular demand: August 17, 2012)

 Miss Earth (2002–ongoing)

 Miss Philippines-Earth (2002–ongoing)

 Mr & Ms Chinatown (August 7, 2016)

 My Name is Ylona Garcia Concert (September 4, 2016)

 Nakawin Natin Ang Bukas: Viva Telemovie Special (1988)

 Nestle Kasambuhay, Habambuhay: Short Film Anthology TV Special (July 10, 2011)
 On the Wings of Love: JaDine Love The Concert Finale (February 26, 2016)

 Paalam Rico Yan, Mahal Naming Kapamilya (April 4, 2002)

 Papal Visit 1995 Special Coverage (January 10, 1995)

 Pasko Na, Ang TV Na! (1994)

 PiliPinas Debates 2016: The Presidential Town Hall Debates - Luzon leg (April 24, 2016)

 Pilipinas Got Talent Grand Finals (June 12–13, 2010)

 P&G Philippines 75th Anniversary TV Special (December 12, 2010)

 PBB Big Night (2005–ongoing)

 PBB The Big Reunion (2005–ongoing)

 PBB Double Up: The Big Bonus (February 20, 2010)

 Pinoy Boyband Superstar: The Grand Reveal (December 10–11, 2016)

 PDA Grand Finals (2006–2008)

 Pinoy Fear Factor Grand Finale (2009)

 Pitumpung Pidol: Dolphy's 70th Birthday Special (July 1998)

 PMPC Star Awards for Movies (2009–ongoing)

 PMPC Star Awards for Music (2010–ongoing)

 PMPC Star Awards for Television (1988, 2009–ongoing)
 PMPC Star for M-TV Awards (November 20, 2016)

 Politika at Pamilya: Sila-Sila Noon, Sila-Sila Pa Rin Hanggang Ngayon (May 29, 2016)

 Poohkwang (2008)

 Probe: Ang Ating Kwento (July 18, 2010)

 Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella The Making (2008)

 Roses Parade (2009–2010)

 The Royal Wedding of the Century (April 29, 2011)

 Regal Rejoicing at 18 (August 24, 1991)

 Runaway: Human Trafficking sa Jordan (2008)

 Ryan Ryan Musikahan: Para sa Bayan Special (August 28, 2016)

 Salonga-Robert Chien Wedding TV Special (January 2004)

 Salamat, President Cory (August 1–5, 2009)

 Sandara: Ang Pambansang Krung-Krung ng Pilipinas TV Special (2005)

 Showtime Grand Finals (July 24, 2010)

 SM City North EDSA Pioneer Tenants Awards Night (November 28, 2010)

 Star Power Grand Finals Night (March 6, 2011)

 Story Line: People Power (2009)
 Takutan Tayo, Kaya Mo? ABS-CBN NCA Holloween Special (October 2012)

 Tayong Dalawa: The Untold Beginning (September 20, 2009)

 Te Amo Mahal: The John Estrada-Priscilla Merielles Wedding TV Special (March 13, 2011)

 Teen Power: The Kabataang Pinoy Concert (January 24, 2016)

 Thank You Sa Malasakit: Pope Francis sa Pilipinas (January 15–19, 2015)

 The Philippine Starball (2008)

 The Making of Barcelona: A Love Untold (September 4, 2016)

 The Miriam Defensor Santiago Story (February 7, 2010)

 The Michael Jackson Story 1958-2009 (2009)

 The Music of Rey Valera (February 14, 2016)

 The Other Side Of Darren (February 12, 2017)

 The Royal Wedding of the Century (April 29, 2011)

 The Voice of the Philippines The Finals Night (2013–ongoing)

 The Unchanging Love, Juday-Ryan Wedding Part 1 (2009)

 Thrille Cine (2008)

 The Sharon Cuneta Christmas Special: I'll Be Home For Christmas (December 21, 1997)

 The X Factor: Season 1 Performance and Results Night Finals (December 25, 2011)
 Tulong Na, Tabang Na, Tayo Na: A Benefit Concert & Telethon for the Victims of Typhoon Yolanda (November 17, 2013)

 Ultra Stampede Coverage (February 4, 2006)

 bench/ Uncut: A bolder look at the future (October 24, 2010, popular demand: TBA)

 Unite at The Big Night (June 26, 2010)

 Vice Gandang Ganda Sa Sarili (August 9, 2015)

 Vizconde Massacre (Promulgation of the Decision) News Coverage (January 5, 2000)

 Welcome Home, Miss Universe: The Grand Homecoming Special (January 31, 2016)

 Walang Hanggang Pasasalamat Concert TV Special (October 21, 2012)

 Walang Iwanan (2008)

 Worth Dying For: The Ninoy Aquino Documentary (1993)

 Salamat Sa 10 Taon Concert: The Yeng Constantino's Digital Concert (July 24, 2016)

 Yolanda: Ang Pagsalaysay ni Atom Araullo (December 22, 2013)

 Zoren-Carmina: Always Forever, A Wedding Like No Other TV Special (November 24, 2012)

Christmas specials[edit]

 Pasko ng Pasasalamat: 1992 ABS-CBN Christmas Special (December 1992)

 All Star Christmas Celebration: 1996 ABS-CBN Christmas Special (December 1996)

 Ang Pinakamaligayang Pasko ng ABS-CBN: 1997 ABS-CBN Christmas Special (December 1997)
 Paskong Punong-Puno ng Puso: 1998 ABS-CBN Christmas Special (December 1998)

 Pasko ay Pag-ibig: 1999 ABS-CBN Christmas Special (December 1999)

 A Christmas Prayer: 2000 ABS-CBN Christmas Special (December 2000)

 Sama-Sama Tayo Ngayong Pasko: Children, Peace & Hope: 2001 ABS-CBN Christmas Special (December 16, 2001)

 Isang Pamilya, Isang Puso, Ngayong Pasko: 2002 ABS-CBN Christmas Special (December 20, 2002)

 Once Upon a Christmas: 2003 ABS-CBN Christmas Special (December 21, 2003)

 Sabay Tayo, Kapamilya: 2004 ABS-CBN Christmas Special (December 19, 2004)

 Magpasaya ng Kapamilya: 2005 ABS-CBN Christmas Special (December 17, 2005)

 Tuloy Na Tuloy Pa Rin Ang Pasko: 2006 ABS-CBN Christmas Special (December 17, 2006)

 One Country, One Family, One Christmas: 2007 ABS-CBN Christmas Special (December 16, 2007)

 Pasko Na, Kapamilya: 2008 ABS-CBN Christmas Special (December 21, 2008)

 Kapamilyang Kapiling: The 2008 ABS-CBN 55th Anniversary Christmas Special (December 21, 2008)

 Bro, Ikaw ang Star ng Pasko: 2009 ABS-CBN Christmas Special (December 20, 2009)

 Kapamilya, Isang Maninining na Pasko: 2010 ABS-CBN Christmas Special (December 18–19, 2010)

 Da Best ang Pasko ng Pilipino: 2011 ABS-CBN Christmas Special (December 17–18, 2011)

 Liwanag ng Pasko: 2012 ABS-CBN Christmas Special (December 15–16, 2012)

 Kwento ng Pasko, Pag-asa at Pagbangon: A Solidarity Concert: 2013 ABS-CBN Christmas Special (December 14–15, 2013)
 Kapamilya Magkapiling Tayo Ngayong Pasko: 2014 ABS-CBN Christmas Special (December 13–14, 2014)

 Thank You For The Love: 2015 ABS-CBN Christmas Special (December 19–20, 2015)

 Isang Pamilya Tayo Ngayong Pasko: 2016 ABS-CBN Christmas Special (December 17–18, 2016)

Yearend specials[edit]

 ABS-CBN Yearender: 1987 (January 1, 1988)

 1997 in Review: The ABS-CBN Current Affair Special (January 1, 1998)

 Banta at Paghamon: The ABS-CBN Yearend Special (December 28, 2003)

 Kumusta Ka Na, Kaya Pa Ba? The ABS-CBN Yearend Special (December 29, 2004)

 Bagong Taon, Bagong Buhay: The ABS-CBN Yearend Special (December 25, 2005)

 Ako ang Simula: The ABS-CBN Yearend Special (December 31, 2006)

 Ang Bayan Ko: The ABS-CBN Yearend Special (December 30, 2007)

 2008 Upload: The ABS-CBN Yearend Special (December 28, 2008)

 Shoutout 2009: Wagi o Sawi? The ABS-CBN Yearend Special (December 27, 2009)

 Si Juan at ang Mga Kuwento ng Bayan: The 2010 ABS-CBN Yearend Special (December 26, 2010)

 Dos Mil Onse: ABS-CBN News Year End Special (December 31, 2011 – January 1, 2012)

 Sandoseang Balita Ng 2012: Ang Yearender Ng Bayan: The 2012 ABS-CBN Yearend Special (December 30, 2012)

 Ulo ng Mga Balita 2013: The ABS-CBN News Yearend Report (December 29, 2013)
 #Trending2014: The ABS-CBN News Year-End Report (December 28, 2014)

 #2015Yearender: The ABS-CBN News Year-End Special (December 27, 2015)

 Usapang Bayan: 2016 ABS-CBN News Year-End Special (December 31, 2016)

New Year specials[edit]

 Happy New Year 1996 (December 31, 1995 – January 1, 1996)

 Welcome the Philippine Tiger: Happy New Year 1997 (December 31, 1996 – January 1, 1997)

 1998: The Filipino Extravaganza (December 31, 1997 – January 1, 1998)

 Happy New Year 1999 / Countdown to 1999 (December 31, 1998 – January 1, 1999)

 ABS-CBN Worldwide Celebration of the New Millennium TV Special (December 31, 1999 – January 1, 2000)

 Countdown to 2001: The Weekend News Special Edition (December 31, 2000 – January 1, 2001)

 Countdown to 2002 (December 31, 2001 – January 1, 2002)

 Countdown to 2003 (December 31, 2002 – January 1, 2003)

 Countdown to 2004 (December 31, 2003 – January 1, 2004)

 Countdown to 2005 (December 31, 2004 – January 1, 2005)

 Maligayang Bagong Taon 2006 / Salubong sa Taong 2006: The ABS-CBN News Patrol Special Edition (December 31, 2005 –
January 1, 2006)

 Pagsalubong sa 2007 (December 31, 2006 – January 1, 2007)
 Bandila New Year Countdown (December 31, 2007 – January 1, 2009, December 31, 2010 – January 1, 2011, December 31, 2012
– January 1, 2013)

 Salubong sa Bagong Simula: ABS-CBN Countdown to 2010 (December 31, 2009 – January 1, 2010)

 Salubong sa 2012: The ABS-CBN New Year Countdown Special (December 31, 2011 – January 1, 2012)

 Salubong sa 2014: The ABS-CBN New Year Countdown Special (December 31, 2013 – January 1, 2014)

 Salubong 2015: The ABS-CBN New Year Countdown Special (December 31, 2014 – January 1, 2015)

 Salubong 2016: The ABS-CBN New Year Countdown Special (December 31, 2015 – January 1, 2016)

 Salubong 2017: The ABS-CBN New Year Countdown Special (December 31, 2016 – January 1, 2017)

Independence Day specials[edit]

 BayaniJuan: The 110th Independence Kapamilya Flag Raising Ceremony (June 12, 2008)

 Ako Ang Simula: The Kapamilya Flag Raising Ceremony (June 11, 2009)

 Simula Ng Pagbangon: The Kapamilya Flag Raising Ceremony (June 10, 2010)

 Bayang Malaya Tayo Na! The ABS-CBN Flag Raising Ceremony (June 12, 2012)

 Mga Kwento ng Kabayanihan: The ABS-CBN Flag Raising Ceremony (June 12, 2014)

 Isang Pamilya, Isang Bansa, Malaya: ABS-CBN Independence Day Flag Raising Ceremony (June 12, 2015)

 Isang Pamilyang Pilipino: ABS-CBN Independence Day Flag Raising Ceremony (June 12, 2016)[2]

 Isang Pamilya Tayong Maglilingkod: The 2017 ABS-CBN Flag Raising Ceremony (June 12, 2017)
Anniversary / produced specials[edit]

 Quirino's Garden Party (October 23, 1953)

 Watch Us Do It Again: The ABS-CBN Homecoming (September 14, 1986)

 The Star Network: Ang Pagbabalik Ng Bituin (March 1, 1987)

 ABS-CBN @ 40: The ABS-CBN 40th Years TV Special (October 23, 1993)

 A Grand Salute: 40 Years of Philippine Television and ABS-CBN (November 26, 1993)

 ABS-CBN Homecoming Special (August 30, 2003)

 Sa Mata Ng Balita (October 12, 2003)

 Limampu't Taong Ligawan: The Pinoy TV Story (October 19, 2003)

 Kapamilya: ABS-CBN @ 50 2-Part Extravaganza (October 26-November 2, 2003)

 Isang Mundo, Isang Estasyon, Isang Kapamilya: ABS-CBN @ 55 2-Part Special (October 23, 2008)

 Pasko Na Kapamilya!: The ABS-CBN 55th Anniversary Christmas Special (December 2008)

 It's Showtime: ABS-CBN 60 Years of Philippine Television Special (October 5, 2013)

 ASAP 18: ABS-CBN 60 Years of Philippine Television Special (October 6, 2013)

 Kanta Natin 'To!: A Celebration of 60 Years of Music (October 5–6, 2013)

Holy Week specials[edit]

 The 700 Club Holy Week Special (1995)
 Adoration/Veneration of the Cross (1987–present; produced by The Healing Eucharist Inc., 2010–present)

 Animazing Tales (April 17–19, 2014; April 13–15, 2017)

 Agua Bendita: Lenten Special (2010)

 Ang Aming Mga Sala (produced by JesCom Foundation, 2010)

 Ang Makabagong Disipulo (April 5, 2012)

 Ang Pinakabanal Na Tao Ng Simbahan: A Jesuits Lenten TV Special (2009)

 Ang Pitong Huling Wika ni Hesus (March 21, 2008)

 Awa, Unawa, Gawa: Reflections and Stories on the Corporal Works of Mercy (produced by JesCom Foundation, March 24, 2016)

 Bagong Buhay: Mga Kwento Ng Pagbabalik-Loob (produced by JesCom Foundation, March 28, 2013)

 Be Careful with My Heart Marathon (March 28–30, 2013)

 Catholicism Series by Robert Barron (April 2–4, 2015)

 Celebration of the Lord's Supper (1987–present; produced by The Healing Eucharist Inc., 2008–present)

 Charity Man (2011)

 Dyesebel: The Tale of the Tail, A Special Marathon (April 19, 2014)

 Easter Vigil (1987–present; produced by The Healing Eucharist Inc., 2008–present)

 Eat Bulaga!: Lenten Drama Specials (1989–1994, produced by TAPE Inc.)

 Experiencing the Holy Land (April 17, 2014)
 Faithwalk: A Pilgrimage to Egypt, Jordan and Holy Land (April 18, 2014 (nationwide), April 19, 2014 (Channel 3 Cebu)

 Found By Love: A Jesuits Lenten TV Special (2009)

 Goin Bulilit Lenten Special Presents: The Prodigal Son (April 2014)

 Greater Love: In Memory of Richie Fernando: A Jesuits Lenten TV Special (2005)

 Ikaw Lamang: Special Marathon (April 19, 2014)

 In My Father's Arms (produced by CBN Asia, April 14, 2017)

 It's Showtime: Holy Week Drama Specials (2013–present)

 Jesus In The Heart Of Mary Two-part Documentary (produced by Moments with Father Jerry Foundation, 2011)

 Journey to God's Heart with Fr. Jerry Orbos, SVD (produced by Moments with Father Jerry Foundation, April 17–18, 2014)

 Forgiveness: The Heart of Grace and Transformational Power of Receiving: Fr. Jerry Orbos (March 24–25, 2016)

 Francisco: Pray For Us (April 13, 2017)

 Fully Alive: Fr. Jerry Orbos (April 13, 2017)

 Kalatog Pinggan Holy Week Specials (1987–1988)

 Kalbaryo: Saan patungo ang iyong pagdurusa? (produced by JesCom Foundation, April 17, 2014)

 Kunin Mo, O Diyos: A Jesuits Lenten TV Special (2006)

 Lenten Recollection (April 5, 2015)

 Lenten Special: On A Road Less Travelled (2012)
 Liwanag Sa Dilim: A Jesuits Lenten TV Special (April 22, 2011)

 Kwento ng mga Peregrino: A Jesuits Lenten TV Special (2009)

 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Holy Week Specials (1999–present)

 Magandang Tanghali Bayan: Holy Week Drama Specials (1999–2004)

 Maging Akin Muli (produced by JesCom Foundation, 2005, re-aired 2016)

 May Bukas Pa: Lenten Special (2009)

 Mga Kuwento Mula sa Lupang Pangako: Ang Makabagong Desipulo (produced by JesCom Foundation, April 6, 2012)

 Mga Kuwento Mula sa Lupang Pangako: Sa Mga Yapak ni Hesus (produced by JesCom Foundation, April 5, 2012; re-aired 2015)

 Mga Huling Sandali sa Buhay ni Hesus: A Jesuits Lenten TV Special (2005)

 Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin: Marathon Special (2011)

 Mula Sa Puso: Lenten Special (2011)

 My Love, Donna Catch-Up Marathon Special (March 26, 2016)

 New Life: Fr. Jerry Orbos (April 14, 2017)

 Oh My G!: Special Marathon (April 4, 2015)

 Ordination of the Priest Centennial Documentary Special (2011)

 Panata: A Jesuits Lenten TV Special (2007)

 PasaSALAMAT: Stories Of People, Paying It Forward (produced by JesCom Foundation, April 2, 2015)
 Pope of the Century (April 19, 2014)

 Pope of The People (2011)

 Preacher in Blue Jeans (2007)

 Sang Linggo nAPO Sila Holy Week Drama Special (1995–1998)

 San Pedro Calungsod Documentary Special (2013)

 Seven Last Words (Good Friday, 1960–1972, 1987–2004; produced by MCFI, 2006–present)

 Stations of the Cross: Lenten Recollection On Air (produced by The Healing Eucharist Inc., 2010–2016)

 The Bible (April 17–19, 2014; April 13–15, 2017)

 The Story of Us Marathon (March 25, 2016)

 The Celebration of Last Supper Mass (1987–2006)

 We Will Survive Marathon Special (March 24, 2016)

 Wansapanataym: Holy Week Marathon (March 28–30, 2013)

 Wansapanataym: Petrang Peminta Marathon (March 26, 2016)

 Witnessing The Light (2010)

References[edit]

1. Jump up^ "ABS-CBN signs deal to air 65th Miss Universe". ABS-CBN News. 22 December 2016.

2. Jump up^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LG69jnERWHw
See also[edit]

 List of programs broadcast by ABS-CBN

 List of programs aired by ABS-CBN

List of programs aired by Banahaw Broadcasting Corporation
Below is a partial list of shows that were previously aired on the now-defunct Philippine television network, Banahaw Broadcasting
Corporation (later City 2 Television the reverted to BBC-2) from 1973 following the declaration of Martial law by then-President Ferdinand
Marcos until 1986 during the height of EDSA Revolution to make way for the return of ABS-CBN with flagship station DWWX-TV.

Programming (Local)[edit]

 Ang Iglesia ni Cristo (1983-1986, now currently aired on Net 25 & INC TV)

 Alindog

 2 Plus 2

 BBC/City 2 Balita[1]

 BBC/City 2 Balita Late-Night Edition

 BBC Afternoon Theater

 The Big, Big Show

 Bisoy

 Dos Por Dos

 Double Deckers
 Dr. Shrinker

 Facts of Life

 Lovingly Yours, Helen (1984-1986, returned to GMA Network from 1986 to 1996)

 Marlo and the Magic Movie Machine

 Me and Maxx

 News from Zoos

 PST (1984-1986)

 Okey Sha!

 VIP (Vilma in Person)

 Dulambuhay ni Rosa Vilma

 Eliza

 Batman & Robin

 Abbott and Costello

 Nagmamahal, Amalia

 TV Powww[1]

 Kiddie Pow!

 Ariel and Co. after Six
 Nanette Por Kilo

 Ariel con Tina

 Odyssey 2[2]

 Weekend Thriller

 Big Ike's Happening...Now![3]

 Ladies and Gentlemen...

 Buhok-Pinoy

 Coffee with Lee Andres

 JQ on Cue

 Karnabal Dos

 Blu

 Celeste

 Rico Baby

 Broadcast Campus

 Gulong ng Palad (reaired 2006 on ABS-CBN)

 Ilaw ng Tahanan

 Tang-tarang-tang
 The Pilita and Jackie Show

 Nothing But the Truth

 PBA on BBC (1976,later produced by Vintage Sports from 1982 to 1983,now currently aired on TV5)

 NFL on City2

 Banana Sundae (not to be confused with the comedy gag show of the same name aired on ABS-CBN)

 Peping

 Sapak na Sapak Talaga! (1982-1984)

 Tawag-Pansin[1]

 Mga Anino ng Kahapon

 Movie Parade

 Hans Christian Andersen

 The Bionic Woman

 Pttt... Foul!

 Sesame Street (1981-1986, later moved to IBC 13, now currently aired on Yey!)

 Wait Till Your Father Gets Home

References[edit]

1. ^ Jump up to:a b c http://web.archive.org/web/20101126221608/http://mb.com.ph/articles/229126/kbs-marks-40th-anniversary-with-a-
grand-reunion
2. Jump up^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LaIh0GVznhY

3. Jump up^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BSQN9gSslDk

See also[edit]

 Banahaw Broadcasting Corporation

 ABS-CBN (television network)

List of programs broadcast by Jeepney TV
This is a list of current and upcoming programs that are to be broadcast by Jeepney TV, a cable channel owned by ABS-CBN Corporation.

For the previously aired defunct shows of this network

Current programming[edit]
Comedy[edit]

 Abangan Ang Susunod Na Kabanata (1991-1997)

 Banana Split (2008-2011)

 Bida si Mister, Bida si Misis (2002-2005)

 Goin' Bananas (1987-1991)

 Home Along Da Riles (1992-2003)

 Ok Fine Whatever (2002-2006)
 Quizon Avenue (2005-2006)
Drama[edit]

 Annaliza (2013-2014)

 Bagito (2014-2015)

 Be Careful With My Heart (2012-2014)

 Dugong Buhay (2013)

 Forevermore (2014-2015)

 Galema: Anak ni Zuma (2013-2014)

 Ina, Kapatid, Anak (2012-2013)

 May Bukas Pa (2009-2010)

 Pasión de Amor (2015-2016)

 Pure Love (remake) (2014)
Variety/musical and talk shows[edit]

 ASAP Remix (1995-present)

 Ryan Ryan Musikahan (1988-1995)
Game shows[edit]

 Kapamilya, Deal or No Deal (4th season; 2012-2013)
Youth-oriented shows[edit]

 Goin' Bulilit Classics (2005-present)
Channel-produced programs[edit]

 B.T.S. (2014-present)

 Biyaheng Retro: Reunion sa Nakaraan (2013-present)

 JTV Star Showcase (2013-present)
Current affairs[edit]

 Tatak Pilipino (1990-1994)
Movie blocks[edit]

 FPJ: Da King Magpakailanman (2013-present)

 Pasada Astig (2016-present)

 Sunday Hi-Way (2015-present)
Religious shows[edit]

 The Healing Eucharist Sunday TV Mass (delayed from ABS-CBN)
Asianovelas[edit]

 Good Doctor (2016)

 My Girl (2005)

 The Heirs (2014)
Upcoming[edit]

Previously aired programming[edit]
Main article: List of programs previously broadcast by Jeepney TV

See also[edit]

 List of programs aired by ABS-CBN

 List of telenovelas of ABS-CBN

List of programs previously broadcast by Jeepney TV
This is list of programs previously broadcast by Jeepney TV, a cable channel owned by ABS-CBN.

Previous programming[edit]

 100 Days to Heaven (2011)

 A Promise of a Thousand Days (2013)

 Ang Munting Paraiso (1999-2002)

 Agimat: Ang Mga Alamat ni Ramon Revilla Presents

 Elias Paniki (2010)

 Pepeng Agimat (2009-2010)

 Tonyong Bayawak (2010)

 Agua Bendita (2010)
 Ang Tanging Ina (2003-2005)

 Ang TV (1992-1997)

 Angel Eyes (2014)

 Angelito: Batang Ama (2011-2012)

 Angelito: Ang Bagong Yugto (2012)

 Apoy Sa Dagat (2013)

 Arriba, Arriba! (2000-2003)

 Back To The Movies (2015-2016)

 Basta't Kasama Kita (2003-2004)

 Baywatch (1990-1996)

 Blood (2016)

 Bora: Sons of the Beach (2005-2006)

 Boys Over Flowers (2009)

 Carlo J. Caparas's: Panday (2005-2006)

 Chika Chika Chicks (1987-1991)

 Cheongdam-dong Alice (2017)

 Da Adventures of Pedro Penduko (2007)
 Dahil May Isang Ikaw (2009-2010)

 Dyesebel (2014)

 Dream Dad (2014-2015)

 Endless Love

 Winter Sonata (2015)

 Eva Fonda (2008-2009)

 Familia Zaragoza (1995-1996)

 Fated to Love You (2014 version) (2015)

 G-mik (1999-2002)

 A Gentleman's Dignity (2012)

 George and Cecil (2009-2010)

 Game Ka Na Ba? (2001–2002)

 Pasko Na, Game Ka Na Ba? (2005–2008)

 Gimik (1996-1999)

 Got to Believe (2013-2014)

 Goin' Bulilit Classics (2005-present)

 Growing Up (2011-2012)
 Gulong ng Palad (2006)

 Guns and Roses (2011)

 Give Love on Christmas (2014-2015)

 The Heirs (2014)

 Habang May Buhay (2010)

 Huwag Ka Lang Mawawala (2013)

 Hiram (2004-2005)

 Honesto (2013-2014)

 I Dare You (Season 1) (2011)

 Iisa Pa Lamang (2008)

 Ikaw Ay Pag-Ibig (2011-2012)

 Imortal (2010-2011)

 John en Shirley (2006-2007)

 Jane the Virgin (2016)

 Juan dela Cruz (2013)

 Kahit Isang Saglit (2008)

 Kampanerang Kuba (2005)
 Katorse (2009-2010)

 Klasmeyts (2001-2003)

 Kokey (2007)

 Kokey @ Ako (2010)

 Komiks Presents (2006-2009)

 Krystala (2004-2005)

 Kung Fu Kids (2008)

 Kung Tayo'y Magkakalayo (2010)

 Lakbay Japan

 Asuko March (2015)

 Barasu (2015)

 The Before and After (2015)

 Fukuoka Love Stories (2015)

 He's Beautiful (Japan) (2015)

 I'll Still Love You 10 Years from Now (2014)

 Partners By Blood (2015)

 Please Eat This (2015)
 Starman (2016)

 Takeshi's Medical Check-Up (2014)

 Lastikman (2007-2008)

 Let's Go Linggo (2012-2015)

 The Legal Wife (2014)

 The Price is Right (2011)

 Lobo (2008)

 Lovers in Paris (original) (2004)

 MMK Classics (1991-present)

 Maging Sino Ka Man (2006-2007)

 Maging Sino Ka Man: Ang Pagbabalik (2007-2008)

 Magkaribal (2010)

 Milyon Milyon Na, Game Ka Na Ba? (2002–2003)

 Maligno (2008)

 Mara Clara (2010-2011)

 Maria Flordeluna (2007)

 Marina (2004)
 May Bukas Pa (2009-2010)

 Muling Buksan Ang Puso (2013)

 May Minamahal (2007)

 Meteor Garden (2003)

 Meteor Garden II (2003)

 Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin (2011)

 Momay (2010)

 Mula sa Puso (1997-1999)

 My Binondo Girl (2011-2012)

 My Girl (original) (2006)

 My Girl (remake) (2008)

 My Girlfriend is a Gumiho (2011)

 Mutya (2011)

 Nathaniel (2015)

 Next Level Na, Game Ka Na Ba? (2003-2004)

 Ohlala Couple (2013)

 !Oka Tokat (1997-2002)
 Oki Doki Doc (1993-2000)

 Onli In Da Pilipins (1997-1998)

 Palibhasa Lalake (1987-1998)

 Panahon Ko 'to!: Ang Game Show ng Buhay Ko (2010)

 Pangako Sa 'Yo (2000-2002)

 Patayin Sa Sindak Si Barbara (2008)

 Pieta (2008-2009)

 Pilipinas, Game Ka Na Ba? (2007-2009)

 Pinoy Big Brother: 737 Online (2015)

 Pinoy Big Brother Revisited: Celebrity Edition (season 1) (2006)

 Pinoy Big Brother Revisited: Teen Edition Season 1 (2006)

 Pinoy Bingo Night (2009)

 Precious Hearts Romances Presents: Bud Brothers (2009)

 Precious Hearts Romances Presents: Martha Cecilia's Kristine (2010-2011)

 Princess and I (2012-2013)

 Princess Hours (2006)

 Princess Sarah (2007)
 Protect the Boss (2011)

 Pure Love (original) (2011)

 Pwedeng Pwede (1999-2001)

 Richard Loves Lucy (1998-2001)

 Rooftop Prince (2013)

 Rubi (2010)

 Reteatro (2012-2014, 2015-2016)

 Sa Piling Mo (2006)

 Sa Sandaling Kailangan Mo Ako (1998-1999)

 Smart Ka Na Ba? (2002)

 StarDance (2005)

 Star Drama Presents (1993-2001)

 Spirits (2004-2005)

 Super Inggo (2006-2007)

 Super Inggo 1.5: Ang Bagong Bangis (2007)

 Tabing Ilog (1999-2003)

 Tanging Yaman (2010)
 Tarajing Potpot (1999-2000)

 Tayong Dalawa (2009)

 The Thorn Birds (2015)

 Toda Max (2011-2013)

 Tonight with Dick & Carmi (1988-1991)

 Two Wives (original) (2012-2013)

 Two Wives (remake) (2014-2015)

 Walang Hanggan (2012)

 Wansapanataym Classics (1997-2005)

 Wheel of Fortune (2008)

 Whattamen (2001-2004)

 When a Man Falls in Love (2013-2014)

 Your Song

 Boystown (2009)

Jeepney TV specials[edit]

 Dolphy: Song and Dance Man (December 16, 2012)

 Whattamen Reunited (March 24, 2013)
 Nova's Star: Ilaw ng Komedya (April 28, 2013)

 Edgar Mortiz: Goin' for Gold (May 26, 2013)

 Judy Ann Santos: Her Royal Journey on TV (June 16, 2013)

 Dolphy: Hari ng Komedya (July 7, 2013)

 Bea Alonzo: Beyond Beauty (August 25, 2013)

 Angelica Panganiban: Soaring High (September 29, 2013)

 The Rise of Dawn (October 27, 2013)

 Piolo Pascual: His Miracle Life (November 24, 2013)

 Kapamilya Throwback Christmas: Mga Awit ng Pasko (December 22, 2013)

 2014 ABS-CBN's Countdown to Chinese New Year (January 30, 2014)

 Annestoppable (February 23, 2014)

 Meteor Fever 4ever (March 30, 2014)

 Limang DICKada (May 25, 2014)

 Ryan Ryan Musikahan: Home For Christmas (December 14, 2014)

 Ryan Ryan Musikahan: Piyano at Gitara (August 15, 2015)

 Ryan Ryan Musikahan: Christmas From the Heart (December 5, 2015)

 2016 Goodbye 2017 Hello ABS-CBN News and Public Affairs (January 1, 2017)
See also[edit]

 List of programs broadcast by Jeepney TV

 List of programs aired by ABS-CBN

 List of telenovelas of ABS-CBN

List of programs broadcast by GMA Network
GMA Network (Global Media Arts or simply GMA) is a major commercial television and radio network in the Philippines that is owned by
GMA Network Inc. a publicly listed company. Headquartered on GMA Network Center, Diliman, Quezon City. The following is a list of all
television programming that GMA Network is currently broadcastingsince it began its television operations in 1961.

For the previously aired defunct programs of GMA Network, see list of programs aired by GMA Network.

Currently broadcast
Note: Titles are listed in alphabetical order followed by the year it debuted in parentheses. All newscasts and public affairs programs are
produced by GMA News and Public Affairs, while non-newscasts and public affairs shows are produced by GMA Entertainment TV except
when noted.

Newscast

 24 Oras (2004, simulcast on DZBB 594 AM)[1]

 24 Oras Weekend (2010)[2]

 GMA News Update / GMA News Update Breaking News (2016)

 Saksi (1995, delayed simulcast on DZBB 594 AM)[1]
 Unang Hirit (1999)[3]
Public affairs

 Adyenda (2005, also broadcast on GMA News TV and Light Network)

 Alisto! (2013, also broadcast on GMA News TV)[4]

 Born to be Wild (2007, also broadcast on GMA News TV)[5]

 Diyos at Bayan (1998, also broadcast on GMA News TV and Light Network)[2]

 Front Row (2014, also broadcast on GMA News TV)[1]

 I-Witness (1999, also broadcast on GMA News TV)[6]

 Imbestigador (2000, also broadcast on GMA News TV)[7]

 Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho (2004)[2]

 Kapwa Ko Mahal Ko (1975)[7]

 Pinoy M.D. (2010, also broadcast on GMA News TV)[7]

 Reporter's Notebook (2004, also broadcast on GMA News TV)[8]

 Tunay Na Buhay (2011, also broadcast on GMA News TV)[9]

 Wish Ko Lang (2002)[7]
Drama
Local

Primetime
 Destined to be Yours (2017) [10][11]

 Encantadia (2016)[1]

 Meant to Be (2017)[12][11]
Daytime

 Ika-6 na Utos (2016)

 Legally Blind (2017)

 Pinulot Ka Lang sa Lupa (2017)[3]

 Trops (2016, produced by TAPE Inc.)
Weekends

 Case Solved (2017)

 Karelasyon (2015, produced by GMA News and Public Affairs)[7]

 Magpakailanman (2002–2008; 2012)[6]

 Maynila (1998)[7]
Foreign

 Pretty Woman (2017, produced by MBC)[1]

 The Big One (2017, produced by JTBC)

 Wolfblood (2017, produced by CBBC)[3]
Film and special presentation

 GMA Blockbusters (2013–2015, 2015)[5]
 Kapuso Movie Festival (2006)[3]

 Kapuso Sine Klasika (2015)[5]

 True Horror Stories (2013-2014, 2016)

 SNBO: Sunday Night Box Office (1997)[2]
Variety

 Eat Bulaga! (1995, produced by TAPE Inc.)[3]

 Full House Tonight (2017)

 Sunday PinaSaya (2015, co-produced with APT Entertainment)[5]

 Wowowin (2015, co-produced with WBR Entertainment Productions)[3]
Comedy
Weekdays

 Bubble Gang (1995)[13]
Weekends

 Dear Uge (2016)[5]

 Hay, Bahay! (2016, co-produced by M-Zet Productions)[2]

 Pepito Manaloto: Ang Tunay na Kuwento (2010–2012, 2012)[6]

 Tsuperhero (2016)
Talk show

 Sarap Diva (2012)[7]
Game show

 People vs. the Stars (2017)
Informative

 AHA! (2010, produced by GMA News and Public Affairs)[5]

 iBilib (2012)[5]
Cooking

 Del Monte Kitchenomics (2012)
Religious

 Jesus the Healer (1989–1999, 2006, also broadcast on GMA News TV and Light Network)

 The 700 Club Asia (1995–2002, 2015)
Animated
Weekdays

 Ghost Fighter (2016, produced by Studio Pierrot)

 Bleach: The Final Season (2016, produced by TV Tokyo and Studio Pierrot)[3]

 Pokemon XY: Kalos Quest (2016, produced by TV Tokyo)[3]
Weekends
 Bleach The Movie (2016, produced by Studio Pierrot)

 Larva (2017, produced by JansonMedia)

 Majin Bone (2017, produced by Toei Animation)

 My Little Pony Friendship is Magic (2016, produced by Hasbro)

 One Piece (2017, produced by Toei Animation)

 Oreca Battle (2017, produced by OLM and Xebec)

 Virtua Fighter (2017, produced by TMS Entertainment)
Infomercials

 EZ Shop (2017)

Regional broadcast
Newscasts

 24 Oras Davao (2014; GMA Davao)

 Balitang Amianan (2008–2014, 2016; GMA Dagupan and GMA Ilocos)

 Balitang Bisdak (1999–2014, 2016; GMA Cebu)
Public affairs

 Biyaheng DO30 (GMA 5 Davao)[14]
Short segments

 People, Places & Events (GMA 10 Dagupan)
Religious
 Word of God (GMA 10 Dagupan)
Annually aired programs

 Kadayawan Festival (GMA 5 Davao)

 Siete Palabras at the Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral (GMA 7 Cebu)

 Siete Palabras at the San Pedro Cathedral (GMA 5 Davao)

 Sinulog Festival (GMA 7 Cebu)
Film blocks

 Sabado Box Office Hits (GMA 7 Cebu and GMA 5 Davao)

Upcoming
Drama
Local

 D' Originals (2017)[15]

 Daig Ko Pa ang Lola Ko (2017)[15]

 Impostora (2017)[15]

 Mulawin versus Ravena (2017)[15]

 My Love from the Star (2017)[16][11]

 Project Achieved (2017)[15]

 Text Serye (2017)[15]
Foreign
 Cinderella and Four Knights (2017)[15]

 Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo (2017)[15]

 Saimdang, Light's Diary (2017)[15]
Reality competition

 Lip Sync Battle Philippines (Season 3, 2017)[15]
Variety shows

 Ryan's Playlist (2017)[15]
Game show

 Celebrity Bluff: Daily Edition (Season 13, March 2017)[15]
Animated

 Voltes V (rerun, 2017; produced by Toei Company and Nippon Sunrise)[17][18]

 Daimos (rerun, 2017; produced by Toei Company and Nippon Sunrise)[17][18]

 Dragon Collection (2017; produced by OLM)[17]

 Sonic X (rerun, 2017; produced by TMS Entertainment)[17]

See also

 GMA The Heart of Asia

 List of GMA Network specials aired

 List of telenovelas of GMA Network
References

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External links

 GMA Network's official website

 GMA News and Public Affairs's official website

List of programs aired by GMA Network
Below is a partial list of shows that were previously aired on Philippine television network, GMA Network. For the currently aired shows of
the network, please see the list of programs broadcast by GMA Network.
Local defunct shows[edit]
GMA News and Public Affairs[edit]
Newscasts[edit]

 The 11:30 Report (1982–1986)

 Frontpage: Ulat ni Mel Tiangco (1999–2004)

 GMA Balita (1986–1998)

 GMA Evening Report (1974–1976)

 GMA Flash Report (2002–2016)

 GMA Flash Report Special Edition (2002–2007)

 GMA Headline News (1986–1992)

 GMA Morning News Live (1991)

 GMA Network News (1992–1999 weekday edition; 1996–2002 weekend edition)

 GMA News Digest (1976–1987)

 GMA News Live (1987–2002)

 GMA News Roundup (1974–1976)

 GMA Saturday/Sunday Report (1986–1989)

 GMA Weekend Report (2007–2010)
 Mornings @ GMA (1998–1999)

 News at Seven (1976–1986)

 News on 7 (1972-1976)

 The News with Uncle Bob (1961–1972)

 The World Today (1972–1974)
Public affairs programs[edit]

 100% Pinoy (2006–2008)

 Alamat (2015, 2016)

 Ang Yaman ni Lola (2010–2011)

 Art Angel (2004–2011)

 Art is-Kool (2002–2004)

 At Your Service (2004–2005)

 The Blue Planet (2014–2015)

 Born Impact: Born To Be Wild Weekend Edition (2013-2014)

 Brigada Siete (1993–2001)

 Business Today (1990–1996)

 Case Unclosed (2008–2010)

 Che Che Lazaro Presents (1999–2003)
 Compañero Y Compañera (1998–2000)

 Debate with Mare at Pare (1998–2006)

 Dream Home (2016)

 Eateria (2009–2010)

 Emergency (1995–2009)

 Extra Challenge (2003–2006, 2012-2013)

 Extra Extra (1999–2003)

 Extra Income (2002–2003)

 Extra Lifestyle (2002–2003)

 Extra Ordinaryo (2002–2003)

 Extra Showbiz (2002–2003)

 Eye to Eye (1988–1996)

 Face The Nation (1980)

 Firing Line (1992–1999)

 Gameplan (1995–1999)

 Good Morning Asia (1996–1998)

 Gusto Kong Maging Pangulo! (2009)
 Hanep Buhay (2010-2011)

 Happy Land (2009–2010)

 Interaction (1976–1987)

 Issues and Answers (1987–1992)

 Jay On Board: Tapatan (1995–1998)

 Jessica Soho Reports (2001–2004)

 Jologs Guide (2005–2006)

 Ka-Blog! (2008–2010)

 Kandidato (2010, 2013)

 Kape at Balita (1991–1993)

 Kay Susan Tayo (2003–2009)

 Kitchen Superstar (2011)

 Lakas Magsasaka (2003–2005)

 Liberty Live with Joe Taruc (1994–1995, also retitled Liberty on TV)

 Liberty on TV (1995–1996)

 Lovely Day (2004–2009)

 Magnegosyo (1998–1999)
 Misteryo (QTV 2009–2010; GMA 2010–2011)

 Negosiete: Mag-Aral sa GMA (1990–1998)

 OFW Diaries (2009–2011)

 Out! (2005)

 Out of Control (2013–2014)

 PG (Parents Guide) (1996-1999)

 Palaban (2006–2007)

 Pinoy Abroad (2005–2006)

 Pinoy Adventures (2012)

 Pinoy Meets World (2006–2009)

 The Probe Team (1988–2003)

 The Probe Team Documentaries (1999–2003)

 Profiles of Power (1990–1996)

 Public Life with Randy David (1995–1998)

 Puso Ng Pasko: Artista Challenge (2010)

 Powerhouse (2014–2016)

 Rescue (2010–2013)
 Sabadabadog (2011)

 Sanib Puwersa (2011)

 Sine Totoo (2007–2009)

 Someone's on Your Side (1987–1989)

 Straight from the Shoulder (1987–1994, produced by MBC Production Unit)

 Sunnyville (2010)

 Survivor Philippines (produced by Castaway Television Productions, 2008–ongoing)

 Survivor Philippines (2008)

 Survivor Philippines: Palau (2009)

 Survivor Philippines: Celebrity Showdown (2010)

 Survivor Philippines: Celebrity Doubles Showdown (2011–2012)

 Survivor Philippines Exclusive (2009–2010)

 Tapatan with Jay Sonza (1995–1998)

 Tipong Pinoy (1998)

 To The Top (2015)

 Tok! Tok! Tok! Isang Milyon Pasok! (2007–2008, 2008)

 Travel Time (1991–1998)
 Velez This Week (1987–1990)

 Veritas Monitors (1988)

 Viewpoint (1984–1994)

 Weekend with Velez (1986–1987)

 World View Presents (2009)

 The Pandemic Scare (2009)

 Si Barrack At Si Juan (2009)

 Sulyap Sa Likod Ng Abaya (2009)

 Think Positive (2009)
Philippine election series[edit]

 Bio Data (2003–2004)

 Biyaheng Totoo (2010; 2013)

 Isang Tanong (2007–2010)

 Isang Tanong: The GMA News & Public Affairs Presidential Forum (2009)

 Isang Tanong: The GMA News & Public Affairs Senatorial Forum (2007)

 Isang Tanong: The GMA News & Public Affairs Vice Presidential Forum (2010)

 Kandidato (2010, 2013)

 Paninindigan (2004)
 Philippine Agenda (2007)

 Votebook (2010)

 Wanted: President (2004)

 Wanted: Congressman

 Wanted: Governor

 Wanted: Mayor

 Wanted: Senator
Comedy shows[edit]
GMA Comedy (formerly KiliTV)[edit]

 All Together Now (2003–2004)

 Carlo J. Caparas's Andres de Saya (2011)

 Bahay Mo Ba ’To (2004–2007)

 Beh Bote Nga (1999–2003)

 Bitoy's Funniest Videos (2004–2009)

 Daboy en Da Girl (2002–2003)

 Daddy Di Do Du (produced by M-Zet Productions, 2001–2007)

 Ful Haus (produced by M-Zet Productions, 2007–2009)

 HP: To The Highest Level Na! (2005–2007)
 Idol Ko si Kap (2000–2005)

 JejeMom (2010)

 Kaya ng Powers (2010)

 Kool Ka Lang (1999–2003)

 Kung Ako Ikaw (2007–2008)

 Lagot Ka, Isusumbong Kita (2003–2007)

 Nuts Entertainment (2003–2008)

 Pepito Manaloto (2010–2012, 2012–present as Pepito Manaloto: Ang Tunay na Kuwento)

 Show Me Da Manny (2009–2011)

 Tweets For My Sweet (2012)

 Who's Your Daddy Now? (2007)
Other GMA comedy shows[edit]

 1 For 3 (produced by M-Zet Productions, 1997–2001)

 A1 Ko Sa 'Yo (2016)

 Ang Yaman ni Lola (2010–2011)

 Ariel con Tina (1972–1974)

 Baltic & Co (1974–1976)

 Betty and the Beast (produced by APT Entertainment, 1994)
 Biglang Sibol, Bayang Impasibol (Produced by TAPE, Inc., 2001)

 Bilibitornot (1996–1998)

 Billy Bilyonaryo (produced by Sampaguita Television, 1992–1995, re-aired 2000) 1

 Bitoy's Adventures in Bilibkaba? (1997–2000)

 Bitoy's SHOwwwTIME (2009–2010)

 Bitoy's World (2001)

 Boys Nxt Door (2007–2008)

 Bubble Gang Jr. (2005)

 Cafeteria Aroma (1983–1984)

 Camera Cafe on GMA (produced by Euro Asia Media Group, Ltd., 2008–2009)

 Camera Cafe Special (produced by Euro Asia Media Group, Ltd., March 20–22, 2008)

 Celebrity Turns with Junee and Lani (2003–2005)

 Comedy Bar (2010–2011)

 Comedy Central Market (1999–2000)

 Conan, My Beautician (2016)

 Cool Center (2009–2010)

 D' Lookalayks in Puno't Bunga (produced by Viva Television, 1994–1995, re-aired 2000)1
 Eskwelahang Munti (1961–1970)

 Family 3 + 1 (1989–1992)

 Gillage People (produced by Viva Television, 1997)

 Haybol Rambol (produced by Viva Television, 1993–1995)

 Hiwalay Kung Hiwalay Daw (1998–1999)

 Hokus Pokus (2005)

 HP: Ibang Level Na! (2005–2007)

 Ibang Klase (1997–1998)

 Ismol Family (2014–2016)

 Joey's Quirky World (2009–2010)

 Jologs Guide (2005–2006)

 Juan Tamad (2015–2016)

 Jungle TV (2008)

 Just Joking (2007)

 Kate en Boogie (produced by Viva Television, 1993–1995)

 Katok Mga Misis! (1995–1998)

 Kiss Muna (2000–2001)
 Kwentong Kutsero (1961–1967)

 Laff En Roll: Level Up! (2010)

 Martin After Dark (1988–1993)

 Masquerade (2008–2009)

 Mikee Forever (produced by Viva Television, 1999)

 Mixed N.U.T.S. (Numero Unong Terrific Show!) (1994–1997, re-aired 2000)1

 MU (produced by Viva Television, 1997)

 Naks! (2004–2005)

 Not So Late Night With Edu (1985–1987)

 Ober Da Bakod (produced by Viva Television, 1992–1997, re-aired 2000) 1

 OC To The Max (2009–2010)

 Okay Ka Fairy Ko (produced by M-Zet Productions, 1995–1997)

 Ooops! (1999–2000)

 Outrageous and Courageous (2009)

 Pamilya Bato-Balani (1974–1975)

 Pandakekoks (1990–1991)

 Prinsipe Abante (produced by Network Marketing Corporation, 1977–1981)
 Rated PangBayan: Pugad Baboy sa TV (1993–1994)

 Sabado Badoo (2015)

 Sa 'Di Mo Pami (1972–1974)

 Sa Kabilang Ibayo (1965–1973)

 Si Manoy at si Mokong (produced by Viva Television, 1997–1998)

 Si Tsong, Si Tsang (1997–1999)

 Spooky Nights Presents (2011)

 Ang Manananggala: Battle of the Half-Sisters (2011)

 Ang Munting Mahadera (2011)

 Bahay ni Lolo: A Very Spooky Night (2011)

 Bampirella (2011)

 Da Mami (2011)

 The Mommy Returns: Ang Mommy Kong Mamaw (2011)

 Nuno Sa Feng Shui (2011)

 The Ringtone (2011)

 Short-Time of My Life (2011)

 Snow White Lady and the Seven Ghosts (2011)
 Super Klenk (2000)

 Super Laff-In (1971–1973)

 Takeshi's Castle (QTV, now Q, 2006, 2009–2010, GMA 2006–2009)

 Toynk (Hulog ng Langit) (1994–1995)

 U.F.O.: Urbano, Felissa & Others (1985–1989)

 Vampire Ang Daddy Ko (produced by APT Entertainment & M-Zet Productions, 2013–2016)

 Walang Kukurap (1997–1998)

 Wipeout: Matira Matibay (2010)

 Wow Hayop (2009–2010)
1
Re-aired during GMA Network's 50th anniversary in 2000.

Kid-oriented[edit]

 5 and Up (1994–2002)

 Alamat (2015, 2016)

 Ang Mahiwagang Baul (2005-2007)

 Art Angel (2004–2011)

 Art is-Kool (2002–2004)

 Batang Batibot (1998-2001)

 Batang Bibbo (2008–2009)
 Batibot (1995-1998)

 Bubble Gang Jr. (2005)

 Bulilit (1989–1990)

 Chikiting Patrol (1990–2002)

 Jollitown (2008–2010)

 The Jollitown Kids Show (2013)

 Kap's Amazing Stories Kids Edition (2010)

 Koko Kwik Kwak (1998-2002)

 Mga Kuwento ni Lola Basyang (2007)

 My Chubby World (2011)

 One Day, Isang Araw (2013)

 Sabadabadog (2011)

 StarStruck Kids (2004)

 Uncle Bob's Lucky 7 Club (1962–1992)

 Yan Ang Bata (1990–1993)

 Yan Si Mommy (1991–1993)

 Zooperstars (2010)
Drama[edit]
Main article: List of telenovelas of GMA Network

Drama anthologies[edit]

 Bingit (2013)

 Campus Romance (1998–1999)

 Chat Silayan Drama Studio (1981–1983)

 Claudine (2010)

 Coney Reyes-Mumar Drama Studio (1977–1981)

 Dear Friend (2008–2010)

 Bulong ng Puso (2009)

 Magkaribal (2009)

 Igorota (2009)

 Madrasta (2009)

 Bakasyonistas (2009, re-aired 2010)

 Kay Tagal Kitang Hinintay (2009)

 Karibal (2009)

 The Three Bachelors (2009)
 Special (2009)

 My Christmas List (2009)

 Almost a Love Story (2010)

 My Stalking Heart (2010)

 Tisay (2010)

 Dear Mikee (produced by Viva Television, 1999)

 Elemento (produced by GMA News and Public Affairs, 2014)

 GMA Drama Studio Presents (2000)

 GMA Love Stories (1999–2001)

 GMA Presents: Alice (1990)

 GMA Telesine Specials (1993–1999; 2001)

 GMA True Stories (1995–1997)

 Kahapon Lamang (1976–1986, produced by Program Philippines, Inc.)

 Kahit Na Magtiis (2000–2001)

 Katha (1975–1979)

 Larawan: A Special Drama Engagement (2001–2002)

 Larawan presents Albert Martinez
 Larawan presents Angelu de Leon

 Larawan presents Antoinette Taus

 Larawan presents Assunta De Rossi

 Larawan presents Cesar Montano

 Larawan presents Dingdong Dantes

 Larawan presents Donita Rose

 Larawan presents G Toengi

 Larawan presents Pops Fernandez

 Larawan presents Rufa Mae Quinto

 Larawan presents Ruffa Gutierrez

 Love Bug Presents (2010)

 Exchange of Hearts (2010)

 The Last Romance (2010)

 Say I Do (2010)

 Wish Come True (2010)

 Lovingly Yours (1992–1996)

 Lovingly Yours, Helen (1980–1984, 1986-1992, shortened to Lovingly Yours when Princess Punzalan took over as host after Helen
Vela's death in 1992)
 Magpakailanman (2002–2008; 2012–present)

 May Himala (2000, re-aired 2003, 2006, & 2009)

 Mikee (produced by Viva Television, 1995–1998, re-aired 2000)

 Modern Romance sa Telebisyon (1994-1995, re-aired 2000)

 Mother Studio Presents (produced by Regal Television, 1987–1996, re-aired 2000)

 Nagmamahal, Manay Gina (produced by Sampaguita Television, 2003)

 Obra (2008–2009, re-aired 2010)

 One Day, Isang Araw (2013)

 Pira-pirasong Pangarap (produced by Sampaguita Television, 1996–2003)

 Reel Love (2010–2012)

 Tween Hearts (2010–2012)

 Regal Romance (1988–1990)

 Seasons of Love Presents (2014)

 BF For Hire, GF For Life (2014)

 First Dance, First Love (2014)

 I Do, I Don't (2014)

 My Soulmate, My Soulmate (2014)
 Spotlight (produced by Viva Television, 1990–1998, re-aired 2000)

 SRO Cinemaserye (2009–2010)

 Ganti (2009)

 Suspetsa (2009)

 The Eva Castillo Story (2009)

 Rowena Joy (2009, re-aired 2010)

 Reunion (2009)

 Moshi-Moshi, I Love You (2009)

 Carinderia Queen (2009)

 Exchange Gift (2009–2010)

 Meet The Fathers (2010)

 Hot Mama (2010)

 Tanghalan (1975)

 True Confessions ng mga Bituin (1979–1985)
Miniseries[edit]

 GMA Mini-Series (1999-2001)

 Liwanag Ng Hatinggabi (1999-2000)

 Tago Ka Na! (2000)
 Umulan Man o Umaraw (2000)

 Munting Anghel (2000)

 Tuwing Kapiling Ka (2000-2001)

 Naku, Boss Ko! (2016)
Talk shows[edit]
General[edit]

 All About You (2003–2004)

 Ariel con Tina (1972–1974)

 Basta Every Day, Happy! (2014-2015)

 Brunch with Bing and Michelle (1998–1999)

 Celebrity Turns with Junee and Lani (2003–2005)

 Cooking with the Stars (2012)

 Cool Center (2009–2010)

 D! Day (1999–2001)

 Good Morning Asia (1996–1998)

 Inday Heart to Heart (produced by KB Entertainment, Inc., 2002–2003)

 Katok Mga Misis! (1995–1998)

 Kris (produced by Viva Television, 1996)
 Late Night With June & Johnny (1985–1988)

 Love ni Mister, Love ni Misis (2010–2011)

 Love Hotline (2014–2016)

 Maiba Naman (1967–1972, 1973–1975)

 Martin After Dark (1988–1993) (moved to ABS-CBN from 1993–1998)

 Mel and Joey (2004–2011)

 Mommy Diary (2009)

 Mornings @ GMA (1998–1999)

 Ms. D. (produced by Viva Television, 1996–1999)

 Ms. Ellaneous (1977–1981)

 Not So Late Night With Edu (1985–1987)

 Para Sa 'Yo Ang Laban Na Ito (2013)

 Pare & Pare (2012)

 Partners Mel and Jay (1996–2004)

 Partners with Mel Tiangco (2004)

 Pass the Mike with JQ and Willie (1985-1986)

 PG (Parents Guide) (1996–1999)
 Pinoy Idol Extra (2008)

 Profiles of Power (1990–1995)

 The Rafael Yabut Show (1961–1972)

 The Ryzza Mae Show (2013–2015)

 The Tim Yap Show (2013-2015)

 SST Talk Show (1993–1995)

 Show & Tell (1994–1995)

 SiS (2001–2010)

 Star Box (2011)

 StarStruck Shoutout (2009–2010)

 Stop, Look & Listen (1983–1986)

 Straight from the Shoulder (1987–1994)

 Survivor Philippines Exclusive (2009–2010)

 Teen Talk (1992–1995)

 TJ sa GMA (1977–1981)

 Two For The Road (1979–1986)

 Yan Ang Morning! (2016)
Showbiz-oriented[edit]

 Chika Minute Explosive (2009)

 Channel S (produced by LOCA-LOBO Productions, 1995–1997)

 CelebriTV (2015–2016)

 Daigdig ng mga Artista sa Telebisyon (1984–1987)

 ETChing: Entertainment Today with Lyn Ching (1997–1998)

 Extra Showbiz (2002–2003)

 Eye to Eye (produced by LOCA-LOBO Productions, 1988–1997)

 Eye to Eye Special Edition (produced by LOCA-LOBO Productions, 1991)

 Face to Face (produced by LOCA-LOBO Productions, 1991-1992)

 Geebees Sine TV Balita (1983–1984)

 Good Morning Showbiz (1987–1991)

 H.O.T. TV: Hindi Ordinaryong Tsismis (2012–2013)

 Inside Showbiz (1995–1997)

 Movie Go Round (1977)

 Movie Magazine (produced by LOCA-LOBO Productions, 1987–1995)

 Movie Patrol (produced by LOCA-LOBO Productions, 1987)
 S-Files (1998–2007)

 See True (produced by LOCA-LOBO Productions, 1986–1987)

 Showbiz Central (2007–2012)

 Showbiz Stripped (2005–2007)

 Startalk (1995–2015)

 The Tim Yap Show (2013–2015)
Entertainment[edit]
Action[edit]

 Codename: Verano (1999–2000)

 Kasangga (1999–2002)
Educational[edit]

 1896 Kalayaan (1996)

 Agrisiyete (1992–1998)

 Biyaheng NamNam (2015–2016)

 Chef Boy Logro: Kusina Master (2012–2014)

 Cooking with the Stars (2012)

 Del Monte Kitchenomics (1995–2008; 2012–present)

 Everyday Easy (2013–2014)
 Extra Challenge (2002–2003)

 Family Bible Quiz Show (April 11, 2009)

 Lakas Magsasaka (2003–2004)

 Lucky Me Namnam Dear Bossing (2014–2015)

 Magnegosyo (1998–1999)

 Mobile Kusina (2005–2006)

 Mommy Diary (2009)

 Negosiyete: Mag-Aral sa GMA (1991–1997)

 PG (Parents Guide) (1996–1999)

 Pet Ko! (2002–2003)

 Tipong Pinoy (1998)

 Yan Si Mommy (1991–1993)
Travel shows[edit]

 Embassy Features (1983–1990)

 Visions 1990 (1978)
Lifestyle shows[edit]

 3R (2004–2005)

 All About You (2003–2004)
 Buhay Pinoy (1962–1972, 1973–1975)

 Embassy Features (1983–1990)

 Istayl Naton (2008–2009)
Fantasy/horror shows[edit]

 Ang Mahiwagang Baul (2005-2007)

 Dormitoryo (2013)

 ESP (2008)

 Fantastic Man (2007)

 Fantastikids (2006)

 Gabi ng Lagim (1985)

 Hoooo U? (2006)

 Kakabakaba (2000–2002)

 Kakabakaba: Adventures (2003–2005)

 Kakabaka-boo (2005–2006)

 Katha-katha (1975)

 Kumander Toothpick (1985)

 Lihim ng Gabi (1996–1997)

 Magic Kamison (2007)
 Mga Alagad ni Kalantiao (1983–1985)

 Mga Kuwento ni Lola Basyang (2007)

 Pintados (1999–2000)

 Regal Shockers (produced by Rgal Television, 1985–1991, re-aired 2000)

 Sa Dako Pa Roon (2001)

 Spooky Nights Presents (2011)

 Bampirella (2011)

 The Ringtone (2011)

 Snow White Lady and the Seven Ghosts (2011)

 Nuno Sa Feng Shui (2011)

 Ang Manananggala: Battle of the Half-Sisters (2011)

 Bahay ni Lolo: A Very Spooky Night (2011)

 Da Mami (2011)

 The Mommy Returns: Ang Mommy Kong Mamaw (2011)

 Ang Munting Mahadera (2011)

 Short-Time of My Life (2011)

 Sapi (2011)
 Sumpa (2011)

 Singil (2011)

 Sanggol (2011)

 Siyam (2011)

 Kadugo (2011)

 Kalabit (2011)

 Kalaro (2011)

 Kasambahay (2011)

 Kaibigan (2011)

 Panata (2011)

 Perya (2011)

 Premonisyon (2012)

 Orasyon (2012)

 Aparisyon (2012)

 Kalansay (2012)

 Korona (2012)

 Spooky Valentine (2012)
 Maestra (2012)

 Masahista (2012)

 Manibela (2012)

 Manikurista (2012)

 Imbitasyon (2012)

 Tasya Fantasya (2008)

 TEXT (The Extreme Team) (1998–1999)

 Wag Kukurap (2004–2006)

 Walang Kukurap (1997–1998)
Game shows[edit]

 Alaska Mini-Programa (5-minute game show sponsored by Alaska Milk, 1976)

 All Star K! The 1 Million Peso Videoke Challenge (2002–2009)

 Ang Say Mo... Mahalaga! (1987–1988)

 Asar Talo Lahat Panalo! (2010)

 BandaOke: Rock n' Roll to Millions! (2009–2010)

 Bonakid Pre-School: Ready Set Laban! (2013)

 Celebrity Bluff (2012–2016)

 Da Big Show (2008)
 Date a Star (1988–1989)

 Digital LG Quiz (1999–2004)

 Don't Lose the Money (2014)

 Family Bible Quiz Show (April 11, 2009)

 Family Feud (2008–2009, 2009–2010, 2011)

 GoBingo (1996–1999, 2008)

 Golympics (1999)

 Hole In The Wall (2009–2010)

 Jungle TV (2008)

 Just for Fun (1988)

 Kakasa Ka Ba Sa Grade 5? (2007–2008, Season 1; 2008–2009, Season 2)

 Korek na Korek Ka Dyan! (2001, produced by TAPE, Inc.)

 Lip Sync Battle Philippines (2016)

 Laff, Camera, Action! (2016)

 My Dad Is Better Than Your Dad (2009)

 Pabuenas sa Siete (1989–1990)

 Picture! Picture! (2013–2014)
 PLDT Playtym (1-minute interactive game show sponsored by PLDT, 2002–2003)

 Power of 10 Philippine Edition (2009)

 Ready, Txt, Go (2002–2003)

 Sounds Family (1995–1996)

 Stop, Look & Listen (1983–1986)

 Suerte sa Siete (1976–1986, produced by Program Philippines, Inc.)

 Super Banks (2000)

 Super Games (1996-1997)

 Swerteng-Swerte sa Siyete: Press It, Win It! (2010)

 Swerteng-Swerte sa Siyete: Spin It, Win It! (2010)

 Swerteng-Swerte sa Siyete: Win Mo Kapuso! (2011)

 Take Me Out (2010)

 Takeshi's Castle (QTV, now Q, 2006, 2009–2010, GMA 2006–2009)

 Text Game Show (1996–1998)

 Tok! Tok! Tok! Isang Milyon Pasok! (2007–2008, produced by GMA News and Public Affairs)

 Txter's V (2002)

 Wachamakulit (2010)
 Whammy! Push Your Luck (2007–2008)

 Who Knows That? (1980–1981)
Reality shows[edit]

 30 Days (2004)

 Amazing Cooking Kids (2011)

 Anak Ko 'Yan! (2013)

 Anatomy of a Disaster (2011)

 Ang Pagbabago (2006)

 Ang Yaman ni Lola (2010–2011)

 Are You the Next Big Star? (2009)

 Asia's Next Top Model (2015)

 Celebrity Duets (2007–2009)

 Click Barkada Hunt! (2003)

 Coca Cola's Ride to Fame: Yes to Your Dreams! (2007)

 Extra Challenge (2003–2006)

 Extra Ordinaryo (2002–2003)

 Full Force Nature (2008–2009)

 The Great Globe Adventure (2002)
 HP: Ibang Level Na! (2005–2007)

 HP: To The Highest Level Na! (2007)

 I-Shine Talent Camp TV (2011)

 Joey's Quirky World (2009–2010)

 Jologs Guide (2005–2006)

 Kap's Amazing Stories Kids Edition (2010)

 Kitchen Superstar (2011)

 Kung Ako Ikaw (2007–2008)

 Man Vs. Beast (2011)

 Mind Master (2011)

 Misterio (QTV 2009–2010; GMA 2010–2011)

 Move: The Search for Billy Crawford's Pinoy Dancers (2007)

 Out! (2005)

 Pinoy Idol (produced by FremantleMedia and 19 Entertainment, 2008)

 Pinoy Pop Superstar Seasons 1 to 3 (2005–2007)

 Pinoy Records (2007–2010)

 Puso Ng Pasko: Artista Challenge (2010)
 Ripley's Believe It or Not! (2008–2010)

 Search for a Star (produced by Viva Television, 2003–2004)

 StarStruck (2003–2007, 2009–2010, 2015)

 StarStruck Kids (2004)

 Survivor Philippines (produced by Castaway Television Productions, 2008–ongoing)

 Survivor Philippines (season 1) (2008)

 Survivor Philippines: Palau (2009)

 Survivor Philippines: Celebrity Showdown (2010)

 Survivor Philippines: Celebrity Doubles Showdown (2011–2012)

 Survivor Philippines Exclusive (2009–2010)

 Superstar Duets (2016)

 To The Top (2015)

 What Went Wrong? (2000–2001)

 Wipeout: Matira Matibay (2010)

 World Records (2008)

 Wow Hayop (2009–2010)

 Zooperstars (2010)
Talent shows[edit]

 Anak Ko Yan! (2013)

 Are You the Next Big Star? (2009)

 Bet ng Bayan (2014)

 Bitoy's SHOwwwTIME (2009–2010)

 Celebrity Duets (2007–2009)

 Coca Cola's Ride To Fame: Yes To Your Dreams! (2007)

 Danz Showdown (2010)

 Diz Iz It! (2010, produced by TAPE Inc.)

 I-Shine Talent Camp TV (2011)

 Move: The Search For Billy Crawford's Pinoy Dancers (2007)

 Pasikatan sa Siete (1983–1986)

 Pinoy Idol (produced by FremantleMedia and 19 Entertainment, 2008)

 Pinoy Pop Superstar Seasons 1 to 3 (2004–2007)

 Pinoy Records (2007–2010)

 Protégé: The Battle For The Big Artista Break (2012)

 Protege: The Battle For The Big Break (2011)
 Search for a Star (produced by Viva Television, 2003–2004)

 StarStruck (2003–2007, 2009–2010, 2015)

 StarStruck Kids (2004)

 Tanghalan ng Kampeon (1987–1993)

 To The Top (2015)

 Zooperstars (2010)
Informative shows[edit]

 1896 Kalayaan (1996)

 3R (2004–2005)

 Big History (2015–2016)

 Bonamine Kontra-Biyahilo Traffic Update (2011)

 Embassy Features (1983–1990)

 Extra Income (2002–2003)

 Full Force Nature (2008–2009)

 Joey's Quirky World (2009–2010)

 Jologs Guide (2005–2006)

 Ka-Blog! (2008–2010)

 Kap's Amazing Stories (2007–2014)
 Kap's Amazing Stories Kids Edition (2010)

 Masquerade (2008–2009)

 Modess Traffic Update (2011)

 Mommy Diary (2009)

 Nay-1-1 (2012)

 OC To The Max (2009–2010)

 Out! (2004)

 Outrageous and Courageous (2009)

 Pet Ko! (2002–2003)

 Pinoy Idol Extra (2008)

 Pinoy Records (2007–2010)

 The Probe Team (1988–2003)

 Ripley's Believe It or Not! (2008–2010)

 RoadBeat: Total Traffic Updates (2010)

 Sabado Badoo (2015)

 Serial Killer Earth (2014–2016)

 Stan Lee's Superhumans (2014–2016)
 Tipong Pinoy (1998)

 Watta Job (2012–2013)

 World Records (2008)

 Wow Hayop (2009–2010)

 Yan Si Mommy (1991–1993)

 Zooperstars (2010)
Youth-oriented shows[edit]

 3R (2004–2005)

 5 and Up (1994–2002)

 Best Frends (1998–1999)

 Boys Nxt Door (2007–2008)

 Campus Romance (1996–1998)

 Campus Video (1999–2001)

 Click (1999–2004)

 D.A.T.S. (1996–1997)

 Dear Friend (2008–2010)

 Dormitoryo (2013)

 Eskwelahang Munti (1961–1970)
 GMA Love Stories (1994–2000)

 Growing Up (produced by Viva Television, 1997–1998, re-aired 2000–2001)¹

 Guwapings Live! (1992-1993)

 Ibang Klase (1997–1998)

 InstaDad (2015)

 Jamming (1997)

 Joyride (2004–2005)

 Ka-Blog! (2008–2010)

 Kahit Kailan (2002–2003)

 Love Bug Presents (2010)

 Love To Love (2003–2006)

 Next (1997–1999)

 One Cubed (produced by CBN Asia, Inc., 1999–2001)

 The Penthouse Live! (1982–1987)

 Regal Romance (1988–1990)

 Seasons Of Love Presents (2014)

 My Soulmate, My Soulmate (2014)
 I Do, I Don't (2014)

 First Dance, First Love (2014)

 BF For Hire, GF For Life (2014)

 SOP Gigsters (2004–2006)

 StarStruck (2003–2007, 2009–2010, 2015)

 StarStruck Shoutout (2009–2010)

 StarStruck: Stage 1 Live! (2003)

 StarStruck Stage 1: The Starstruck Playhouse (2003)

 Teen Gen (2012–2013)

 Teen Talk (1992–1995)

 T.G.I.S (produced by Viva Television, 1995–1999, re-aired 2000–2001)

 That's Entertainment (1986–1996)

 Together Forever (2012)

 Tween Hearts (2010–2012)

 Txtube (2001–2006)

 Usapang Real Love (2016)
¹Re-aired during GMA Network's 50th Anniversary in 2000.
Variety and musicals[edit]

 Aawitan Kita (1997–2001)

 Ariel con Tina (1972–1974)

 Best Frends (1998–1999)

 The Bob Stewart Show (1961–1967, 1983–1986)

 Comedy Bar (2010–2011)

 Concert at the Park (1990–1991)

 D.A.T.S (1996–1997)

 Dancetime with Chito (1962–1972)

 Danz Showdown (2010)

 Discorama (1975–1986, produced by Program Philippines, Inc)

 Diz Iz It! (2010, produced by TAPE, Inc.)

 GMA Supershow (formerly known as Germside and Germspesyal, 1978–1997)

 Guwapings Live! (1992-1993)

 Jamming (1997)

 Katuwaan Sa Siyete (formerly known as Katuwaan Lang, 1974–1976)

 A Little Night of Music (1989–2002)
 Lunch Break (1974–1975)

 Lunch Date (1986–1993)

 Magandang Gabi (1972–1974)

 Marian (2014)

 Next (1997–1999)

 Noontime Matinee (1972–1974)

 Party Pilipinas (2010–2013)

 The Penthouse Live! (1982–1987)

 The Penthouse Party (1990–1991)

 Penthouse Seven (1975–1982)

 Pilita and Eddie (1980)

 R.S.V.P. (1991–1994)

 Sapak na Sapak Talaga! (1979–1981)

 Shades (1987–1988)

 Show & Tell (1994–1995)

 Silver Germs (1992)

 Songbird (2008)
 SOP (1997–2010)

 SOP Gigsters (2004–2006)

 Special Engagement (1996–1999)

 SST: Salo-Salo Together (1993–1995)

 StarStruck: Stage 1 Live! (2003)

 StarStruck Stage 1: The Starstruck Playhouse (2003)

 Student Canteen (1975–1986, produced by Program Philippines, Inc.)

 Sunday All Stars (2013–2015)

 That's Entertainment (known as Saturday Entertainment every Saturdays, 1986–1996)

 Uncle Bob and Friends (1978–1986, formerly known as The Maestro and Uncle Bob)

 Vilma! (1986–1995)

 Vilma Tonight: A Limited Engagement (1997)

 Walang Tulugan with the Master Showman (1997–2016)

 Zsa Zsa: A Limited Engagement (1998)
Infomercials[edit]

 Shop TV (2015–2016, in cooperation with Solar Entertainment Corporation)
Movie blocks/specials[edit]

 Aliwan sa GMA
 American Movies (1961–1972)

 Asian Horror Stories (2014)

 The Best of Late Night Specials

 Cinemax

 Early, Early Movies

 Early Viva Movies

 FPJ sa GMA (1987–1996)

 Friday Night Movie

 GMA Blockbusters: Weekday Edition (2013-2014)

 GMA Gems (1986–1992)

 GMA Motion Pictures

 GMA Presents

 GMA SineBabad (2014)

 GMA Sinehan

 GMA Special, Specials

 GMA Sunday Specials

 GMA's Best
 Kapuso Movie Festival (2006-ongoing)

 Kapuso Movie Night (2011-ongoing)

 Kapuso Primetime Cinema (2013-2014, 2015-2016)

 Kapuso Sine Klasika

 Kapuso Sine Specials (2006, 2007–2008)

 Late Nite Action

 Marvelous Golden Movies

 Merry Monday Specials (1993)

 Midnight Theater

 Mighty Good Movies, Too

 MVP: Monday Viva Presentations (1995–1998)

 Our Wednesday Special

 Pinoy Blockbusters

 Primetime Tuesday

 Rainbow Cinema (1994–1999)

 Sabado Horror Night (2013)

 Saturday Powerhouse Specials
 Sine Espesyal

 Sine Siyete (1976–1985, produced by Program Philippines, Inc.)

 Sinemax

 Sineng Pinoy

 Sining Siete (1985–1989)

 Sunday Limited Engagement

 Sunday Night Movie

 Sunday Night Special

 Tagalog Movies (1961–1972)

 Tanghalan

 Teenage Suicide

 Tuesday Super Specials

 Viva Box Office Hits

 Viva Sinerama (1992–2001)

 Wide Awake Movies

 The Wonderful World of Disney

 Your Favorite Movie
Others[edit]

 Bonamine Kontra-Biyahilo Traffic Update (2011)

 Japan Video Topics

 Katha-katha (1975)

 Kwentong Kutsero (1961–1967)

 Modess Traffic Update (2011)

 RoadBeat: Total Traffic Updates (2010)

 SMC's Dayriser (2004–2005, in cooperation with San Miguel Corporation)

 Starla at ang mga Jewel Riders (1995–1998)

 Txtube (2001–2006)

 Visions 1990 (1978)
Movie trailers shows[edit]

 Movies to Watch (1985-1993)
Music line up[edit]

 Campus Video (1999–2001)

 Music Video Features (1992–2000)

 One Cubed (produced by CBN Asia Inc., 1999–2001)
Religious shows[edit]

 The 700 Club (1974–2002)

 The 700 Club Asia (1995-2002, 2015–2017)

 Cathedral of Praise with David Sumrall (1995–2002)

 Christ is the Answer (1983–1987)

 Ecclesia In Asia: Ang Misa (2001–2010)

 The Essential Christ

 Family Bible Quiz Show (April 11, 2009)

 Family TV Mass (2014)

 Gideon 300 (1988–1993)

 Guidelines with Dr. Harold J. Sala (1980–2002)

 Heartbeat (1980–1987)

 INC on GMA: Gabay sa Mabuting Asal (1999–2001)

 In Touch with Charles Stanley (1994-2004, 2008-2014, 2015–2016)

 Jesus Miracle Crusade Ministry (1987–2002)

 John Osteen (1975-1990)

 Midnight Prayer Helps (1988–1999)
 One Cubed (produced by CBN Asia, Inc., 1999–2001)

 Pasugo: Ang Tinig ng Iglesia ni Cristo (2001–2005)

 Philippines for Jesus Presents (1983-1998)

 The Pulpit of Christ (1988–2001)

 The Rev. Ernest Angley Hour (1985–1995)

 Robert Schuller

 Superbook (2013–2014)

 Tinig sa Itaas (1988–1997)

 Voice in the Wilderness

 Word of Hope (1989–2002)

 The World Tomorrow (1974–1994)
Regional programs[edit]

 24 Oras Amianan (2015-2016)

 24 Oras Bikol (2014-2015)

 24 Oras Central Visayas (2014-2016)

 24 Oras Ilokano (2014-2015)

 24 Oras North Central Luzon (2014-2015)
 24 Oras Northern Mindanao (2014-2015)

 24 Oras Southern Mindanao (2014-2016)

 24 Oras Western Visayas (2014-2015)

 Agenda regional editions (special programming for 2010 elections)

 The Amianan Agenda

 The Ilonggo Agenda

 The Mindanao Agenda

 The Visayan Agenda

 Araguy

 Arangkada: Ang Trip Mo Kung Aga (2007-2015)

 Balitang Ilokano (2012-2014)

 Baretang Bikol (2012-2014)

 Bongga!

 Buena Mano Balita

 HA! HA! Hayop - GMA 10 Dagupan

 Ikaw Ug Ako (2013-2014)

 Istayl Naton
 Isyu Ngayon (2010-2015)

 Isyu Ngayon North Central Luzon

 Isyu Ngonian Bicolandia

 Isyu Subong Ilonggo

 Isyu Subong Negrense

 Isyu Karon Central Visayas

 Isyu Karon Northern Mindanao

 Isyu Karon Soccsksargen

 Isyu Karon Southern Mindanao

 Isyu Mindanao

 Isyu ug Istorya

 Kuyaw!

 Let's Fiesta

 Mga Balita sa Kilum-Kilum (1970s)

 News at Seven Cebu (1982-1989)

 News at Seven Davao

 Oi!
 OMG! featuring Caramba - GMA 10 Dagupan

 People, Events and Places

 Primera Balita (2009-2015)

 Ratsada (1999-2014)

 Ratsada 24 Oras (2015)

 Singgit Davao

 Testigo (1999-2014)

 Testigo Northern Mindanao (2013-2014)

 Una Ka BAI

 Visita Iglesia

Foreign and canned programs[edit]
Asianovelas (The Heart of Asia)[edit]
Main article: GMA The Heart of Asia § Previously aired Asian dramas

Korean drama anthologies[edit]

 Heart of Asia Presents (Season 1)

 Came To Me And Became A Star

 Do I Look Like A Pushover
 Like A Fairy Tale

 Middle School Student A

 My Friend is Still Alive

 Taste Of Curry

 That Kind of Love

 The Ugly Duckling

 Youth

 Tales of Horror (2015)

 The Legend of Paranormal Stories
Japanese drama anthologies[edit]

 True Horror Stories (2013-2014)

 Juhuo 2405

 Tales of Horror (2015)

 Dokurogeki

 Juhuo 2405*

 Midnight Horror Stories (2016)

 Torihada

 Manna San
Anime and Tokusatsu[edit]

 Air Master

 Alakazam the Great

 Alice in Wonderland

 Atashin'chi

 Baki the Grappler

 Bakugan Battle Brawlers

 Bakugan Battle Brawlers: New Vestroia

 Bakugan: Gundalian Invaders

 Bakusō Kyōdai Let's & Go!!

 Battle B-Daman

 Battle B-Daman: Fire Spirits

 Bleach

 Bomberman B-Daman Bakugaiden

 Bubblegum Crisis: Tokyo 2040

 Bush Baby

 Candy Candy
 Captain Fatz (2004–2005)

 Cat's Eye

 Charlotte Mayflower

 Chōdenji Robo Combattler V

 Chousei Kantai Sazer-X

 Chouseishin Gransazer

 Chrno Crusade

 Cinderella Monogatari

 Cowboy Bebop

 Daimos (1992–1993)

 Desert Punk

 Detective Conan (1996–ongoing)

 Dragon Ball anime series

 Dragon Ball (1987–1990, 1998–1999, later moved to Q)

 Dragon Ball GT

 Dragon Ball Kai

 Dragon Ball Z
 Fairy Tail

 Flame of Recca

 Flash and Dash

 Flint the Time Detective

 Full Metal Panic!

 Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu

 Fullmetal Alchemist

 Fusen Shojo Temple-Chan (subtitled as Honeyleen, the Balloon Girl)

 Fushigi Yūgi (subtitled as Fushigi Yuugi or Mysterious Play in English)

 G Gundam

 Genseishin Justiriser

 Ghost in the Shell

 Grendizer

 Grimm's Fairy Tales

 GTO (subtitled as GTO: Great Teacher Onizuka)

 Gundam Victory

 Gundam Wing
 Gundam X

 Hamtaro

 Gadget Boy (2000–2002)

 Hayate the Combat Butler!!

 Heidi, Girl of the Alps

 Hell Teacher Nūbē

 Hungry Heart Wild Striker (subtitled as Striker Hungry Heart)

 Hunter × Hunter

 Ie Naki Ko (subtitled as Nobody's Child)

 Initial D The First Stage

 Initial D The Second Stage

 Initial D The Fourth Stage

 InuYasha

 Jewelpet

 Jiban

 Jungle Book

 Juuni Kokki
 Kamen Rider 555 (subtitled as Masked Rider 555 or Faiz) (2005–2008)

 Kamen Rider Blade (subtitled as Masked Rider Blade)

 Kamen Rider OOO (2014-2015)

 Katri, Ang Patang Pastol

 King of Warriors

 Knight Hunters

 Knockout

 Knockout: New Challenger

 Love Hina

 Lucy of the Southern Rainbow

 Lupin III (1999–2000)

 Machine Robo Rescue

 Macron 1

 Madan Senki Ryukendo

 Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic

 Magic Knight Rayearth

 Magical Do-re-mi
 Marco

 Marmalade Boy

 Masked Rider Kabuto

 Master Hamsters

 Master Mosquiton '99 (subtitled as Master of Mosquiton)

 Mazinger Z

 Mechander Robo (subtitled as Mekanda Robot) (1992–1993)

 Medabots

 Mix Master

 Mobile Suit Gundam Wing (1999)

 Mojacko (1998–1999, 2003)

 Monster Rancher

 Monsuno (2014-2015)

 Mushiking: King of the Beetles

 My Annette

 Nadja

 Ninja Robots
 Oh! My Goddess

 One Piece

 Outlaw Star

 Perrine

 Pet Shop of Horrors

 Pokémon anime series (1999–2003, 2007–2010, 2013–2014, 2015–present)

 Pokémon

 Pokémon: Advanced

 Pokémon: Black and White

 Pokémon: The Johto Journeys

 Pokémon: Johto League Champions

 Pokémon: Master Quest

 Pokémon: The Orange Island League

 Pokémon: XY

 Pollyanna

 Powerpuff Girls Z (2008-2009)

 Prince of Tennis
 Ranma ½

 Recca no Hono (subtitled as Flame of Recca)

 Rockman EXE

 Rockman EXE Access

 Rockman EXE Stream

 Saiyuki (Gensoumaden, Reload and Reload Gunlock)

 Samurai Pizza Cats

 Scan2Go

 SD Gundam Force

 Shaider (2003–2005) (previously aired a Philippine production on GMA Network called Zaido: Pulis Pangkalawakan)

 Shaman King

 Shamanic Princess

 Shōnen Onmyōji

 Slam Dunk

 The Slayers

 Sorcerer Hunters

 Street Fighter II V
 Sunny Pig

 Superbook

 Takoyaki Mantleman

 Tamagotchi!

 Tenjho Tenge

 Toriko

 Trigun

 Ultraman Dyna (1999–2000)

 Ultraman Nexus (2006–2007)

 Ultraman Mebius

 Ultraman Tiga (1999–2000)

 Victory Gundam

 Virtua Fighter

 Vision of Escaflowne (1999–2000)

 Voltes V (1978, 1992–1993, 1999–2000, 2008)

 Wakakusa no Charlotte (subtitled as Charlotte)

 WATARU
 Winspector

 Wizard of Oz (1987–1988, 2005–2006)

 Yawara! A Fashionable Judo Girl (1989–1991)

 Yokai Watch

 YuYu Hakusho (subtitled as Ghost Fighter) (1999–2001)

 Zoids: Chaotic Century (titled Zoids)

 Zoids: Guardian Force

 Zoids: New Century Zero
Argentine telenovelas[edit]

 Kachorra

 Lalola

 Monica Brava
Colombian telenovelas[edit]

 Betty la Fea

 Lola (2013)
Mexican telenovelas[edit]

 Adriana

 Agujetas de color de rosa
 Angela

 Azul

 Corazon Indomable (2015)

 Good Morning, Teacher

 Little Ana

 María Belén

 Maria del Carmen

 Maria Jose

 Maria la del Barrio

 Marimar

 Morelia

 Paulina

 Pobre Niña Rica

 Rosalinda

 Salome

 Twin Stars
Peruvian telenovelas[edit]

 Lucia
Venezuelan telenovelas[edit]

 All My Love

 Cara Sucia

 Ikaw Ug Ako (2013-2014; aired in the Visayas and Mindanao stations only through GMA Cebu, GMA Northern Mindanao, GMA
Davao and GMA General Santos and dubbed in Cebuano)

 Samantha

 Taba Tina
Cartoons[edit]

 101 Dalmatians: The Series

 The Adventures of Hello Kitty & Friends

 Aladdin

 All Dogs Go to Heaven: The Series

 The All New Popeye Show

 Alvin and the Chipmunks

 The Batman

 Batman: The Brave and the Bold

 Benji, Zax & the Alien Prince

 Berenstain Bears
 Biker Mice from Mars

 Bionic Six

 Blue's Clues (2003–2007)

 Bugs Bunny

 Buzz Lightyear of Star Command

 Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future

 Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers

 Clash of the Titans (TV series)|Clash Of The Titans Animated Series

 Cow and Chicken

 Cushion Kids

 Danger Mouse

 Darkwing Duck

 Dinosaucers

 Diplodo

 Disney Adventures (1994–2003)

 Dora The Explorer (2003–2007)

 Doraemon
 Doug

 Dragon Flyz

 Duck Tales

 Father of the Pride

 The Flintstones

 The Flying House

 Fox Kids Block

 GMA Cartoon Carnival (1986–1992)

 GMA Christmas Cartoon Festival Presents (2014-2016)

 Goof Troop

 Gummy Bears

 Heathcliff

 Hercules

 Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n' Wrestling

 Inspector Gadget

 Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors

 The Jetsons
 Johnny Bravo

 Jonny Quest

 Kidsongs (1993–1999)

 Kissyfur

 Larva

 Lazer Tag Academy

 Legion of Super Heroes (2011-2012)

 The Little Mermaid

 Looney Tunes

 The Looney Tunes Show (2012-2013)

 Magic Kaito

 The Magical World of Disney

 Make Way For Noddy

 Martin Mystery

 M.A.S.K.

 Merrie Melodies

 Mighty Orbots
 Mighty Ducks

 Mummies Alive!

 The New Adventures of He-Man

 The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

 Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures (2015-2016)

 Paddle Pop Dinoterra

 Pappyland

 Paw Paws

 PB&J Otter

 The Pink Panther

 Pororo the Little Penguin

 The Powerpuff Girls (QTV 2008, original English version; TV5 2010-2011, redubbed Filipino)

 Princess Knight (subtitled as Princess Sapphire)

 Puppy in My Pocket: Adventures in Pocketville

 Quack Pack

 Read A Lee

 Rotten Ralph
 Rude Dog and the Dweebs

 Rugrats

 Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo

 Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated

 The Scooby-Doo Show

 Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!

 Sea Hunt

 Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get a Clue!

 Shirt Tales

 The Simpsons

 Skeleton Warriors

 Sky Commanders

 Sky Dancers

 The Smurfs

 Sonic the Hedgehog

 Space Strikers

 Spiral Zone
 Star Trek: The Animated Series

 ThunderCats

 Tigersharks

 Timon and Pumbaa

 Tobot (2015-2016)

 Tom and Jerry

 Tom and Jerry Kids

 Tom and Jerry Tales (2011-2012)

 World's Famous Tales

 Yogi's Treasure Hunt

 Young Justice (2012-2013)
American TV shows[edit]

 21 Jump Street (1986–1991)

 227 (1985–1990)

 240-Robert

 60 Minutes (moved to CNN Philippines)

 The 700 Club (1974–2002)

 77 Sunset Strip (1961–1965)
 9 to 5 (1982–1988)

 The A-Team (1983–1987)

 Aaron's Way

 Air Power

 ALF (1986–1989)

 Alien Nation

 All in the Family

 The All New Mission Impossible

 Amen (1986–1992)

 American Idol on GMA (2008–2010)

 Season 7 (March 20, 2008)

 Season 8 (April 9, 2009)

 Season 9 (April 1, 2010)

 The American Sportsman

 B. J. and the Bear

 Baby Boom

 Barney Miller
 Batman

 Beauty and the Beast (1987)

 Ben Casey (1961–1966)

 Benji, Zax & the Alien Prince (1983)

 Benson

 Best of the West

 Beverly Hills Buntz

 Big History (2015–2016)

 Blossom (1992–1995, moved to Citynet 27)

 Bourbon Street Beat

 The Brady Bunch

 The Brady Bunch Hour

 Broken Arrow

 Bronco

 Buck James

 Cagney & Lacey

 Charlie's Angels (1977–1982)
 Chicago Story

 Chico and the Man

 China Beach

 CHiPS

 Cimarron City

 The Colbys

 Colt .45

 Combat!

 COronado 9

 The Cosby Show

 Crossbow

 Daktari

 Dallas

 Dance Fever

 Daniel Boone

 Dave's World

 Days of Our Lives
 Dear John

 Dear Detective

 Desilu Playhouse

 A Different World

 Diff'rent Strokes

 Dinosaurs

 Dog and Cat

 Donny & Marie (1976–1979)

 Downtown

 Dynasty

 Eerie, Indiana (1991–1992)

 Eight Is Enough (1978–1981)

 Eischied

 Emerald Point N.A.S.

 Empty Nest

 The Equalizer

 The Facts of Life
 Falcon Crest

 The Fall Guy

 Family Ties

 Fantasy Island

 The Far Pavilions

 Father of the Pride

 Finder of Lost Loves

 Flying High

 The Flying Nun

 Frank's Place

 The Fresh Prince of Bel Air

 Fury

 Gabriel's Fire

 The Gale Storm Show

 Gilligan's Island

 Glitter

 Going Bananas
 The Golden Girls

 Good Morning Miss Bliss

 The Greatest American Hero

 Growing Pains

 Gunslinger

 Gunsmoke

 The Halls of Ivy

 Hard Copy

 Hardball

 Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries

 Harrigan and Son

 Hell Town

 High Mountain Rangers

 Highway Patrol

 Highway to Heaven (1985–1990)

 Hill Street Blues

 The Hollywood Palace
 Home Improvement (1991–1995, moved to Citynet 27)

 Hooperman

 Hotel

 Houston Knights

 Human Planet (2014)

 I-Spy

 In the Heat of the Night

 The Islanders

 J.J Starbuck

 Jake and the Fatman

 Jenny's War

 Kidsongs

 Knight Rider

 Knots Landing

 Lady Blue

 Lassie

 Last Days of Patton
 The Last Precinct

 Law & Order (1990–1995, moved to Citynet 27)

 Leg Work

 Lenny

 Life's Most Embarrassing Moments

 Little House: A New Beginning

 Little House on the Prairie (1975–1985)

 The Lone Ranger

 Lou Grant

 Love American Style

 The Love Boat (1978–1987)

 M*A*S*H

 MacGruder and Loud

 The Magical World of Disney

 Magnum, P.I.

 Major Dad (1993)

 Mama's Boy
 Man from Atlantis

 The Man from U.N.C.L.E.

 The Mary Tyler Moore Show

 Married... with Children

 Matlock

 Maverick

 McHale's Navy

 Miami Vice (1984–1989)

 Misfits of Science

 Mission: Impossible

 Mork & Mindy

 Most Daring

 Mr. Horn

 Mr. Lucky

 The Muppet Show

 Murder, She Wrote (1984–1992)

 My Two Dads
 NBC Nightly News (1970–1994)

 The New Lassie

 Newhart

 Night Court

 Ohara

 The Oldest Rookie

 Our Family Honor

 Our House

 Outlaws

 Outrageous and Courageous

 Overland Trail

 P.S. I Luv U

 Palace Guard

 Pappyland

 Paris

 Personality

 The Persuaders (1980)
 Planet of the Apes

 Please Don't Eat the Daisies

 Pound Puppies

 Punky Brewster

 Quincy, M.E.

 The Racing Game

 Rage of Angels

 Raising Miranda

 Read-A-Lee

 Remington Steele

 Renegade

 The Restless Gun

 The Rifleman

 Riptide

 RollerGames

 Sable

 Santa Barbara
 Saved by the Bell (1989–1992)

 Scarecrow and Mrs. King

 Sesame Street (1992–2003)

 Elmo's World

 Sidekicks

 Silk Stalkings

 Silver Spoons

 Small Wonder

 Soap

 Solid Gold

 Something Is Out There

 Sonny Spoon

 Spenser: For Hire

 Spies

 Sportscenter

 St. Elsewhere

 Stan Lee's Superhumans (2014–2016)
 Star Trek: The Original Series

 Starsky and Hutch

 Stingray

 Street Hawk

 Sugarfoot

 Surfside 6

 Survivor on GMA (2009)

 Tocantins (April 10, 2009)

 Sweet Valley High

 Tales of the Gold Monkey

 Taxi

 Tequila and Bonetti

 Terrytoons

 The Texan

 That's Incredible (1980–1984)

 The Three Stooges

 Three's Company
 Three's a Crowd

 The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson

 T. J. Hooker

 Top 20 Funniest Videos

 Tour of Duty

 Training You to Train Your Dog

 Trapper John, M.D.

 True Blue

 Tucker's Witch

 Under Cover (1992)

 The Untouchables

 V The Final Battle

 Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea

 Walker Texas Ranger (1995–1996, moved to Citynet 27)

 Werewolf

 Who's the Boss (1984–1988)

 Wiseguy
 The Wonder Years

 A Year in the Life

 The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles

 The Young Riders
Australian TV shows[edit]

 A Dangerous Life

 Mako: Island of Secrets (2016)

 The Curiosity Show

 Target
British TV shows[edit]

 Teletubbies (1999-2001)
Canadian TV shows[edit]

 Adderly

 Check It Out!

 Goosebumps

 Just for Laughs

 Katts and Dog

 Night Heat
 Second City Television

 T. and T.

 Tropical Heat
European TV shows[edit]

 The Clinic

 Doctor Who

 The Hallo Spencer Show

 Robin of Sherwood

 The Sandbaggers

 The Sweeney
Sports shows[edit]

 ABAP - GMA Go For Gold (1990–1998)

 Gameplan (Produced by PROBE Productions, 1995–1999)

 GMA Knockout Sundays (2010, 2011-2012)

 GMA Sports Special (1974–1989)

 MICAA on GMA (1974–1977)

 MLB on GMA (1975–1976, 1995–1996)

 NBA Action (1988–1995, moved to ABS-CBN Sports+Action, Basketball TV and NBA Premium TV)
 NBA Inside Stuff (1988–1995, moved to ABS-CBN Sports+Action, Basketball TV and NBA Premium TV)

 NBA on GMA (1988–1995)

 NCAA on GMA (1974–1988)

 NFL on GMA (1974–1985 Monday Night Football games; 1986–1998 Regular Season and Post-season, including the Super Bowl)
U.S., Canadian and European action animated shows[edit]

 Batman: The Animated Series

 Big Bad Beetleborgs

 Centurions

 Dino Riders

 Dragon Flyz

 He-Man and the Masters of the Universe

 Inhumanoids (1987–1988)

 Jackie Chan Adventures (2008-2014)

 Jonny Quest

 Martin Mystery

 M.A.S.K.

 Robotech

 Silverhawks (1987–1988)
 Spider-Man

 Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends

 Starla and the Jewel Riders

 Samurai Syber-Squad

 Team Galaxy

 Transformers: Armada (2008–2009)

 Transformers Beast Machines

 Voltron

Specials[edit]
Main article: List of GMA Network specials aired

See also[edit]

 GMA Network

 GMA Pinoy TV

 List of Philippine television shows

 List of programs broadcast by GMA Network

 List of telenovelas of GMA Network

 GMA The Heart of Asia
Notes[edit]

1. ^ Programs are being aired as re-runs on Fox Filipino.

External links[edit]

 Official website of GMA Network

 Official website of GMA Pinoy TV

List of GMA Network specials aired
Below is a partial list of shows that were previously aired on Philippine special television network, GMA Network. For the currently aired
shows of the network, please see the list of programs broadcast by GMA Network.

Election coverage specials[edit]

 Decision '87 (May 11–12, 1987)

 Decision '88 (January 18–19, 1988)

 Decision '92 (May 11–12, 1992)

 Decision '95: Operation Bantay Boto (May 8–9, 1995)

 Decision '98 (May 11–12, 1998)

 Eleksyon 2001 (May 14–15, 2001)

 Eleksyon 2004 (May 10–11, 2004)
 Eleksyon 2007 (May 14–15, 2007)

 Eleksyon 2010 (May 10–11, 2010)

 Eleksyon 2013 (national elections: May 13–14, 2013, Barangay elections: October 28, 2013)

 Eleksyon 2016 (May 9–10, 2016)

Sports coverage specials[edit]

 Ang Bagong Hamon: The Pacquiao-Rios Fight Primer¹ (November 24, 2013)

 Affirmation: The Donaire-Maldonado Fight¹ (December 2, 2007)

 Battle for Greatness: Pacquiao vs. Mayweather (May 3, 2015)

 Blaze of Glory: The Pacquiao–Solís Fight¹ (April 15, 2007)

 Day of Glory: The Donaire-Dorchinyan Fight¹ (July 8, 2007)

 Duel at the Dome: Dodie Boy Penalosa vs. Chang-Ho Choi (September 5, 1987)

 FIFA World Cup (1974–1998)

 Firepower: Pacquiao vs. Cotto Fight¹ (November 15, 2009)

 GMA Knockout Sundays: (2010–11, 2013–14)

 Laban ng Lahi: Ana Julaton vs Yesica Marcos (March 18, 2012)

 Laban ng Lahi: Bagyo Sa Mexico: Ana Julaton vs. Jessica Villafranca¹ (October 2, 2011)

 Laban ng Lahi: Brian Viloria vs Hernan Marquez (November 18, 2012)
 Laban ng Lahi: Dodie Nietes vs. Mario Rodriguez Fight¹ (August 15, 2010)

 Laban ng Lahi: Denver Cuello vs. Muhammad Rachman Fight¹ (September 26, 2010)

 Laban ng Lahi: Denver Cuello vs. Samat Chaiyong Fight¹ (March 27, 2011)

 Laban ng Lahi: Dugong Kampeon: Dodie Boy Peñalosa vs. Kong Kiatpracha Gym¹ (August 6, 2011)

 Laban ng Lahi: Island Assault: Viloria vs Romero Fight¹ (May 6, 2012)

 Laban ng Lahi: Island Assault: Viloria vs Segura Fight¹ (December 11, 2011)

 Laban ng Lahi: Johnreil Casimero vs. Raul Hirales Fight¹ (July 25, 2010)

 Laban ng Lahi: Tapatan ng Tapang: Johnriel Casimero vs Felipe Salguero Fight (October 26, 2013)

 Laban ng Lahi: Dave Peñalosa vs. Alem Robles; Michael Farenas vs. Hector Velasquez (March 22, 2014)

 Game On: The Fight Of A Filipina Pride: Ana Julaton Vs. Lisa Brown Fight¹ (March 28. 2010)

 HBO 24/7 The Dream Match: Pacquiao Vs. De La Hoya Boxing TV Special¹ (December 7, 2008)

 HBO 24/7: Pacquiao Vs. Hatton Boxing TV Special¹ (May 2, 2009)

 HBO 24/7: Marquez vs. Bradley Boxing TV Special¹ (October 13, 2013)

 HBO 24/7 Firepower: Pacquiao vs. Cotto Boxing TV Special¹ (November 14, 2009)

 Hungry for Glory: Manny Pacquiao vs. Chris Algieri Fight¹ (November 23, 2014)

 Island Assault: Viloria-Iribe Fight¹ (August 30, 2009)

 Island Assault: Viloria-Romero Fight¹ (May 6, 2012)
 Island Assault: Viloria-Segura Fight¹ (December 11, 2011)

 Juan Manuel Marquez vs. Timothy Bradley Fight¹ (October 13, 2013)

 Laban Ng Pinay: Ana Julaton vs. Maria Villalobos Fight¹ (July 18, 2010)

 Lethal Combination: The Manny Pacquiao-David Diaz Fight¹ (June 29, 2008)

 Pacquiao: The Fighting Pride Of The Philippines Sports Documentary Special (May 1, 2011)

 Pacquiao Margarito Primer: Kasaysayan Karangalan (November 14, 2010)

 Pacquiao Vs. Clottey: How The West Was Won (March 28, 2010)

 Pacquiao Vs. Margarito Boxing Fight¹ (November 14, 2010)

 Pacquiao Vs. Marquez Boxing Fight¹ (November 13, 2011)

 Pacquiao Vs. Mosley Boxing Fight¹ (May 8, 2011)

 Manny Pacquiao vs. Timothy Bradley (June 10, 2012)

 Pacman Power Ang Alamat Ni Manny Pacquiao (November 13, 2010)

 NBA on GMA (1988–1995)

 NBA All-Star Game (1989–1995)

 NBA Finals (1989–1995)

 NBA Playoffs (1989–1995)

 No One: Floyd Mayweather vs. Canelo Alvarez Fight (September 15, 2013)
 Pacquiao vs. Bradley III¹ (April 10, 2016)

 Pinoy Power 2: The Donaire-Concepcion Fight¹ (August 16, 2009)

 Pride & Glory: Philippines Vs. Mexico: The Sonsona-Hernandez Fight¹ (November 22, 2009)

 Resurgence: The Pacquiao-Vargas Fight¹ (November 6, 2016)

 Team Pacquiao: The GMA News & Public Affairs Sports Documentary Special (April 26, 2009)

 The Battle of East & West: Pacquiao Vs. Hatton Fight¹ (May 3, 2009)

 The Battle of Greatness: Pacquiao Vs. Mayweather¹ (May 3, 2015)

 The Clash in Cotai: Pacquiao Vs. Rios Boxing Fight¹ (November 24, 2013)

 The Dream Match: Pacquiao Vs. De La Hoya Fight¹ (December 7, 2008)

 The Event: Pacquiao Vs. Clottey Fight¹ (March 14, 2010)

 The Flash & The Furious: Donaire-Martinez & Viloria-Solis Fight¹ (April 19, 2009)

 The One: Mayweather Vs. Alvarez Fight¹ (September 15, 2013)

 Thrilla in Manila The Ali-Frazier Fight (October 1, 1975)

 Unfinished Business: The Pacquiao-Marquez Fight II¹ (March 16, 2008)

 Will to Win: The Manny Pacquiao VS. Marco Antonio Barrera II¹ (October 7, 2007)

 Who R U Picking?: The Mayweather-Mosley Fight¹ (May 2, 2010)

 Vengeance in Vegas: Manny Pacquiao vs. Timothy Bradley II Fight Primer¹ (April 13, 2014)
 Vindication: Manny Pacquiao vs. Timothy Bradley II Fight¹ (April 13, 2014)
¹in cooperation with Solar Sports

TV anniversary specials[edit]

 GMA World Class (1995)

 The GMA Story (documentary special, 1995)

 GMA Gold: The GMA 50th Anniversary Special (June 17, 2000)

 Very Very Happy Anniversary: GMA at 53 Anniversary Special (June 28–29, 2003)

 Kapuso @ 54: The GMA 54th Anniversary Special (2004)

 No. 1 @ 55: The GMA 55th Anniversary Special (2005)

 Fantastic 56: The GMA 56th Anniversary Special (2006)

 Kapusolympics: The GMA 57th Anniversary Special (July 1, 2007)

 Kapusolympics Watermania: The GMA 58th Anniversary Special (June 22, 2008)

 Experience GMA Today & Beyond: 58 Glorious Years of Television (October 26, 2008)

 One Glamorous Night: Greater & Grateful @ 59: The GMA 59th Anniversary Special (June 28, 2009)

 GMA @ 60: The Heart of Television: The GMA 60th Anniversary Special (June 27, 2010)

 Thank You Kapuso: GMA Fans Day 2015: The GMA 65th Anniversary Special (July 26, 2015)

TV specials[edit]

 7 para sa Filipino: Romi Garduce's 7th Summit Expedition (December 2011 – January 2012)
 14 Going Steady: Bubble Gang's 14th Anniversary Documentary Special (October 23, 2009)

 25 + 1: A Double Celebration (1988)

 20 Istorya: Dalawpung Taon ng GMA Public Affairs (October 27, 2007)

 36th Metro Manila Film Festival Gabi ng Parangal (December 26, 2010)

 50 Years with the Master Showman: The Kuya Germs 50th Anniversary TV Special (April 27, 2013)

 61st FAMAS Awards (April 28, 2013)

 300 kilometers Ang Paglalakbay: The GMA News & Public Affairs Documentary Special (May 29, 2011)

 A Duet To Forever: The Ogie-Regine Wedding TV Special (December 26, 2010)

 A Handsome Journey: Richard Gutierrez Birthday Special (February 3, 2008)

 A Party for Every Juan: The Jose and Wally Concert (April 15, 2012)

 Agila 2 Launching TV Special (1997)

 Ai Am Who Ai Am: The Ai Ai de las Alas 25th Anniversary Concert Special (May 31, 2015)

 Amazing Cooking Kids Final Showdown TV Special (July 16, 2011)

 Amazing Love Story: Bong-Lani 25th Wedding Anniversary TV Special (June 5, 2011)

 American Idol Season 9 Grand Finals (May 27, 2010)

 American Music Awards TV Special (1974–1987)

 Amaya: The Making of an Epic Primer Special (May 28, 2011)
 Anak ng Bayan: A Katipunan Primer (October 12, 2013)

 Anak Ko Yan Grand Finals Showdown (2013)

 Anatomy of a Disaster (August 22, 2010)

 Anatomy of a Disaster: Ragasa ng Panganib (September 26, 2010)

 Anatomy of a Disaster: Bagsik ng Magma (October 31, 2010)

 Anatomy of a Disaster: Urban Inferno (November 14, 2010)

 Anatomy of a Disaster: Himagsik Ng Kalikasan (January 23, 2011)

 Anatomy of a Disaster: Lagalag Ng Kalikasan (February 20, 2011)

 Anatomy of a Disaster: Alerto Sa Pagyanig (March 21, 2011)

 Anatomy of a Disaster: Nag-aapoy Na Unos (April 24, 2011)

 Anatomy of a Disaster: Ang Puot Ng Karagatan (May 22, 2011)

 Anatony of a Disaster: Landslides (September 25, 2011)

 Anatomy of a Disaster: Alerto sa Bagyo (November 6, 2011)

 Ang Daigdig Ni Diyesebel: Behind The Scenes Special (April 25, 2008)

 Ang Hatol: Guilty, The Chief Justice on Trial Special (June 3, 2012)

 Ang Pagbabalik Ni Captain Barbel: The Making of Captain Barbell (May 29, 2006)

 Ang Pagbabalik Ni Darna: The Making of Darna (2005)
 Ang Susunod na Santo Papa: The GMA News Conclave Coverage (March 1–13, 2013)

 Ang People's Pope sa Pilipinas: The GMA News and Public Affairs Special Coverage (January 15–19, 2015)

 Are You the Next Big Star? Grand Finals Night (August 23, 2009)

 Asia Music Festival Philippines Grand Finals (1998)

 Blessed: The Beatification of John Paul II: A GMA News Special Coverage (May 1, 2011)

 Blessed by the Pope: The GMA News and Public Affairs Special (January 25, 2015)

 Bert "Tawa" Marcelo Tribute TV Special (1995)

 Billy Crawford's It's Time! Concert Telecast (2007)

 Binibining Pilipinas Beauty Pageant (1982, 1989–1995, 1998-2010)

 Binibining Pilipinas Beauty Pre-Pageant Night (1982, 1989–1995, 1998-2010)

 Bitoy in Show Ko 'to!: The Michael V. Concert (2005)

 Bitoy's SHOwwwTIME Grand Showdown (2009–2010)

 Bubble Gang 10th Anniversary Special (2005)

 Bungalow: The Bubble Gang 15th Anniversary Movie Special (October 29, 2010)

 Camera Juan Documentary Special (2013)

 Celebrity Duets Grand Finals Night (2007–2009)

 Charice: One for the Heart (February 2012)
 Charice Home For Valentine's TV Special (February 13, 2011)

 Charice One for the Heart Valentine's TV Special (February 12, 2012)

 Christmas Midnight Mass and Urbi Et Orbi Message at the Vatican (LIVE Telecast Dec. 25 1993-1995, Delayed Telecast 2000-)
(December 25, 1993–ongoing)

 Coca Cola's Ride To Fame: Yes To Your Dreams! Grand Finals (2007)

 Codename: Asero Behind The Scenes Special: The Dubai-Manila Journeys (2008)

 Codename: Asero Farewell TV Special (November 14, 2008)

 Come and Get Me: Aljur Abrenica Concert Special (November 24, 2013)

 Dantes Peak: The Dingdong Dantes Birthday TV Special (August 30, 2009)

 Danz Showdown Grand Finals (October 1, 2010)

 Darna Mania: The Making of Darna '09 TV Series (August 9, 2009)

 Dingdong & Marian Wedding Special (January 17 and 24, 2015)

 Diz Iz It!: The Final Showdown TV Special (July 24, 2010)

 Dolphy Alay Tawa: A Musical Tribute to the King of Philippine Comedy (in cooperation with ABS-CBN and TV5, September 30,
2012)

 Donita Rose-Erik Villarama Wedding TV Special (2005)

 Dose Na! Bubble Gang The Movie for TV (2007, re-aired April 9–10, 2009)

 Easter Sunday Mass and Urbi Et Orbi Message at the Vatican (delayed telecast) (1996–ongoing)

 Eat Bulaga! Silver Special (2004)
 Eat Bulaga!: Sa Tamang Panahon @ Philippine Arena (October 24, 2015)

 EDSA 25: Dahil Tayo'y Pilipino Special Coverage (February 25, 2011)

 Ely Buendia XL-Xtra Live at 40: The Ely Buendia 40th Birthday TV Special (December 12, 2010)

 Emmy Awards TV Special (1974–1987)

 Eraserheads The Reunion Concert 2009 The Final Set TV Special (April 5, 2009)

 Fearless: Jonalyn Viray's Concert TV Special (April 20, 2014)

 For the Love of Mama (February 28, 2016)

 Gary V, By Kids' Request (December 14, 1997)

 GMA Flash Report: Pres. Aquino's Televised Speech on the Disbursement Acceleration Program (October 30, 2013)

 GMA Network Center's Inauguration Special (June 14, 2000)

 GMA Telecine Bahaghari Awards (1992–1994)

 Gagambino's Web: The Making Of Gagambino (October 19, 2008)

 Gary V. Shout Concert TV Special (1995)

 Glaiza de Castro: Dreams Never End The Concert (November 8, 2015)

 Golden Globe Awards TV Special (1974–1991)

 Grammy Awards TV Special (1979–1997)

 Ground Zero: Sa Gitna ng Nagbabagang Mundo, The GMA News & Public Affairs Documentary Special (May 1, 2011)
 Hologram: The Julie Anne San Jose Concert TV Special (February 2015)

 I Do Times Two: The Jolina Magdangal-Mark Escueta Wedding Special (December 4, 2011)

 Imagine You and Me: The Journey (produced by TAPE Inc., July 9, 2016)

 Imbestigador: Bantay Kaban ng Bayan: The GMA News and Public Affairs Special Report (September 15, 2013)

 IMBG20: Bubble Gang 20th Anniversary Documentary Special (November 27, 2015)

 Iraq: Sa Bingit Ng Digmaan: A GMA News & Public Affairs Documentary Special (2003)

 Isang Tanong: The GMA News & Public Affairs Presidential Forum (October 25, 2009)

 Isang Tanong: The GMA News & Public Affairs Senatorial Forum (January 21, 2007)

 Isang Tanong: The GMA News & Public Affairs Vice-Presidential Forum (January 17, 2010)

 Isla with Mikael and Solenn: The GMA News & Public Affairs Summer Special (May 11, 2014)

 Jaya 25 Concert TV Special (February 2015)

 Jennylyn Mercado: I Am Woman Concert TV Special (August 9, 2009)

 Joaquin Bordado Farewell TV Special (July 11, 2008)

 Kalam: Usapin ng Seguridad sa Pagkain – A GMA News & Public Affairs Documentary Special (June 2008)

 King of the Ring Homecoming: The Manny Pacquiao Victory Party TV Special (March 22, 2010)

 Kitchen Superstar The Final Showdown TV Special (July 1, 2011)

 Kwentong Dabarkads (30 Dekada ng Eat Bulaga!) (October 16, 2011)
 Landas: The GMA News and Public Affairs Election Docu-Movie Special (May 5, 2013)

 Let's Celebrate: The Dingdong-Marian Birthday Blowout (August 31, 2008)

 Limang Dekada: The GMA News 50th Anniversary Documentary Special (January 10, 2010)

 Love Finally: The Heart & Chiz Wedding TV Special (March 14, 2015)

 MTV Video Music Awards TV Special (1984–1987)

 Marcos Gold: Probe Special (1988)

 MariMar, Ang Pagbabalik... Awww!! (2007)

 MariMar: Isang Pasasalamat, Farewell Party (March 9, 2008)

 MariMar Memories TV Special (March 16, 2008)

 Martin Nievera Airbourne Concert TV Special (1992)

 Metropop Song Festival (1996–2003)

 Metropop Star Search (1997–2000)

 Michael Bublé Christmas Special (December 17, 2011)

 Michael Jackson Dangerous Live in Manila (1996)

 Miss Resorts World Manila Grand Coronation Night TV Special (January 30, 2011; January 26, 2014)

 Miss Supranational 2013 (October 27, 2013)

 Miss Teen USA Pageant (1986–1992)
 Miss Universe Pageant (1976–1993; 2017[1])

 Miss USA Pageant (1974–1982)

 Miss World (2011; 2013–2016)

 Miss World Philippines Grand Coronation Night (2011; 2013–2016[2])

 Missing You: The Martin & Pops Valentines Reunion Concert 2009 (March 8, 2009)

 Mr. and Mrs. A (March 3, 2012)

 Mutya ng Pilipinas Grand Coronation Night (1998–2003)

 Nuts Entertainment Holiday Drama Special (December 26, 2008)

 Newsmakers – A GMA News & Public Affairs Documentary Special (September 28, 2008)

 New Year's Day Mass in celebration of World Peace Day at the Vatican (LIVE Telecast Dec. 25 1993-1995, Delayed Telecast
2000-) (December 25, 1993–ongoing)

 Ogie Twenty-Twenty: The Ogie Alcasid 20th Anniversary Concert TV Special (October 12, 2008)

 One Earth, One Journey – An Earth Day Special (April 18, 2010)

 One More Try: My Husband's Lover Thanksgiving Concert Special (October 20, 2013)

 Oras Na! (SNBO) (November 20, 2011)

 PDu30 @ 100: The GMA News & Public Affairs Special Report (SNBO) (October 9, 2016)

 Pacmania: Welcome Sa Pambansang Kapuso TV Special (May 8, 2009)

 Pacquiao Forever: A Hero Homecoming TV Special (December 12, 2012)
 Pacquiao Vs. Marquez 3 Press Conference Manila Leg TV Special (September 3, 2011)

 Pagsibol ng Pag-Asa: Japan Tsunami 1st Anniversary Special (March 11, 2012)

 Pangarap Kong Pasko: The 700 Club Christmas Teledrama Special (December 25, 1994)

 Paninindigan: A GMA News & Public Affairs Documentary Special (2004)

 Party Pilipinas Exclusive Invites: The Making of Party Pilipinas (March 27, 2010)

 Piging: Jose Rizal's 150th Birth Anniversary: The GMA News & Public Affairs Food Documentary Special (June 19, 2011)

 Pinoy Idol Grand Finale (August 16 & 17, 2008)

 Pinoy Pop Superstar Grand Finals (2005–2007)

 Piso Para Sa Pasig Concert (1996–1999)

 Pitong Panalo Ni Pacquiao: The Pacquiao Victory Party TV Special (November 20, 2009)

 Planet Philippines Documentary Special (September 6, 2009, re-aired April 1, 2010)

 Prankista with Boy2 Quizon (2011–present)

 Protege The Final Battle Grand Finals (December 18, 2011)

 Protege Season 2 The Final Battle Grand Finals (October 21, 2012)

 Pure Donna TV Special (1997)

 Rise Against Gravity: Rachelle Ann Go Live Concert (December 2, 2012)

 Rachelle Ann Go: The Sendoff Concert (March 16, 2014)
 Regine Roots to Riches (May 24, 2009)

 Report Card: Antas Ng Edukasyon Sa Pilipinas: The GMA News & Public Affairs Documentary Special (July 31, 2011)

 Ruffa Gutierrez-Ylmaz Bektas Wedding TV Special (2004)

 Saint John Paul II We Love You: The Canonization of John Paul II and John XXIII: A GMA News Special Coverage (April 25–27,
2014)

 Saksi sa Kasaysayan: A GMA News & Public Affairs Documentary Special (January 2001)

 Salamat Cory (August 1–5, 2009)

 SOP Music Awards (2004–2005)

 SOP PasiklaBAND Awards (2005–2009)

 Search for a Star Grand Finals Night (2003)

 SNBO Concert Specials (February 2015)

 Sergio & MariMar The Wedding: MariMar Farewell TV Special (March 14, 2008)

 Show Me Da Party: Manny Pacquiao Victory Party Special (November 21, 2010)

 Si PNoy at ang Pinoy (October 24, 2010)

 Starstruck The Final Judgement (2003–2015)

 StarStruck Kids Final Judgement Night (2004)

 StarStruck Strikes Back TV Special (November 8, 2009)

 StarStruck 5: The Final Judgement Night (February 21, 2010)
 Stealing Minds: Bearwin Meily Magic Special (March 23, 2008)

 Sunsilk's Gaganda Ang Pasko Kapuso Grand Draw TV Special (December 21, 2008)

 Survivor Philippines The Finale (December 12, 2008)

 Survivor Philippines Reunion Special (December 14, 2008)

 Survivor Philippines: Palau Finale (November 13, 2009)

 Survivor Philippines: Palau Reunion Special (November 15, 2009)

 Survivor Philippines: Celebrity Showdown Live Finale (December 3, 2010)

 Survivor Philippines: Celebrity Showdown The Final Showdown (December 5, 2010)

 Survivor Philippines: Celebrity Doubles Showdown Live Finale (February 10, 2012)

 Survivor Philippines: Celebrity Doubles Showdown Reunion Special (February 19, 2012)

 Signos: Ang Banta ng Bagong Klima – A GMA News & Public Affairs Documentary Special (2008, re-aired April 11, 2009)

 Sisid: A GMA News & Public Affairs Documentary Special (2008)

 Summer Sarap: A GMA News & Public Affairs Summer Documentary Special (May 17, 2009)

 T.G.I. X-Mas: The TGIS Christmas TV Special (December 21, 1997)

 Tanduay Rhum Rockfest Year 5 Concert Special (October 23, 2011)

 Tanduay Rhum Rockfest Year 7 Concert Special (November 10, 2013)

 Tanghalan ng Kampeon Grand Finals Night (1987–1993)
 That's: The Reunion TV Special (January 7, 1996)

 The Best of Pinoy Meets World (2006-ongoing)

 The Making of Kaos Musical Play (January 30, 2011)

 The Making of Priscilla: Queen of the Desert Musical Play (January 26, 2014)

 The Making of GMA Christmas Short Films (2006–2012)

 The Master Showman's Final Bow (February 26, 2016)

 The Misadventures of Maverick & Ariel Show Special (March 22, 2008)

 The Pope in Manila: GMA The Official Coverage (January 10–15, 1995)

 The President on Trial: The GMA News Special Coverage (December 11, 2000 – January 18, 2001)

 The Probe Team: Ano Ating Kwento (Huling Kabanata) (December 7, 2003)

 The Royal Wedding: GMA Special Coverage (April 29, 2011)

 The Songbird & The Songwriter: Regine Velasquez & Ogie Alcasid Concert (2005)

 Thou Shalt Not Blink (March 22, 2008, re-aired April 9, 2009)

 Tibay ng Pusong Pilipino: A GMA Telethon for the Victims of Typhoon Yolanda (November 17, 2013)

 Tina Turner: Wildest Dream Tour Concert (December 27, 1997)

 Towering Power: A Musical Dedication: The GMA Tower of Power Launching (November 7, 1988)

 To Tell The World: World Youth Day Manila Documentary Special (January 22, 1995)
 Toyota Christmas Special (December 23, 1992)

 Totoy Bato: The Main Event TV Special (July 3, 2009)

 Tournament of Roses TV Special (1976–2002)

 Tribute To No. 1 TV Special (1991)

 Tribute to Rogelio de la Rosa (December 31, 1982)

 Vilma Santos: 25th Anniversary in the Showbiz TV Special (November 13, 1987)

 Voices of Love: Martin Nievera and Regine Velasquez-Alcasid's Valentine Concert TV Special (February 23, 2014)

 Votebook: The GMA News And Public Affairs Documentary TV Special (May 2, 2010)

 Walang Pera?: A GMA News & Public Affairs Global Recession Documentary Special (March 22, 2009)

 Wildlife for Sale- A GMA News & Public Affairs Documentary Special (July 25, 2010)

 Where Love Reigns (The Ogie Alcasid Birthday Special) (October 16, 2011)

 Worldview Presents: Si Barack at si Juan (2009)

 Worldview Presents: Think Positive (2009)

 Worldview Presents: Sulyap Sa Likod ng Abaya (2009)

 Worldview Presents: The Pandermic Scare (July 5, 2009)

 World Meeting of Families Manila (January 22–26, 2003)

 Your Window to the World: Citynet 27's 1st Anniversary TV Special (October 6, 1996)
 Zorro Ang Pinagmulan: The Making of Zorro TV Series (March 20, 2009)

Christmas specials[edit]

 Christmas Where You Belong: The 1991 GMA Christmas Special (December 1991)

 Love in December: The 1995 GMA Christmas Special (December 1995)

 Christmas Promdi Heart: The 1997 GMA Christmas Special (December 17, 1997)

 Happy Merry Christmas: The 1998 GMA Christmas Special (December 19, 1998)

 A Christmas Star: The 2000 GMA Christmas Special (December 24, 2000)

 Back to Back to Christmas: The 2002 GMA Christmas Special (December 15, 2002)

 Salu-Salo Christmas: The 2003 GMA Christmas Special (December 21, 2003)

 Kapuso Na, Kapasko Pa: The 2004 GMA Christmas Special (December 19, 2004)

 A Telefantastic Christmas: The 2005 GMA Christmas Special (December 18, 2005)

 Ang Sarap Ng Paskong Kapuso: The 2006 GMA Christmas Special (December 17, 2006)

 Sing For Me: The 2007 GMA Christmas Choir Special (December 15, 2007)

 Have Yourself A Funny Merry Christmas: The 2008 GMA Christmas Special (December 14, 2008)

 After The Rain: A Hopeful Christmas with Regine: The 2009 GMA Christmas Special (December 13, 2009)

 Himig Ng Pasko: The 2014 GMA Christmas Musical Drama Special (December 14, 2014)

 The Magic of Christmas: The 2016 GMA Christmas Special (December 18, 2016)
Yearend specials[edit]

 Images of 1991: The GMA News and Public Affairs Year-end Special (January 2, 1992)

 Pulitika, Pelikula, Atbp.: The GMA News and Public Affairs Year-end Special (December 28, 2003)

 24 sa 2004: The GMA News and Public Affairs Year-end Report (December 26, 2004)

 Wagi at Hindi Awards 2005: The GMA News and Public Affairs Year-end Special (January 1, 2006)

 MIB: Mga Ingay ng Bayan 2006: The GMA News and Public Affairs Year-ender (December 30, 2006)

 Strong Words: The GMA News and Public Affairs Year-ender (December 30, 2007)

 Versus: The GMA News and Public Affairs Year-ender (December 28, 2008)

 Biyaheng 2009: The GMA News and Public Affairs Year-ender Special (December 27, 2009)

 Imbestigasyon 2010: The GMA News and Public Affairs Year-End Special (January 1, 2011)

 Trending 2011: The GMA News and Public Affairs Year-ender (December 31, 2011)

 Agaw-Eksena 2012: The GMA News and Public Affairs Year-ender Special (December 23 & 30, 2012)

 Look Up, Look Up: 2013 GMA News and Public Affairs Year-End Review (December 29, 2013)

 Throwback 2014: The GMA News & Public Affairs Year-ender (December 27, 2014)

 Baliktanaw 2015: Reporter's Notebook Year-End Special (December 31, 2015)

New Year specials[edit]

 New Year at GMA (December 31, 1978 – January 1, 1996)
 Bantay Emergency The 1996 Year End Live Coverage (December 31, 1996 – January 1, 1997)

 GMA Millennium Day Broadcast / Global Millennium Day Broadcasts (December 31, 1999 – January 1, 2000)

 Synchronicity: The 2001 GMA New Year's Countdown (December 31, 2000 – January 1, 2001)

 Saksi: Countdown to 2003 (December 31, 2002 – January 1, 2003)

 Countdown to '04 (December 31, 2003 – January 1, 2004)

 Jive to '05: The Kapuso Sayawan Countdown (December 31, 2004 – January 1, 2005)

 Jam to '06 (December 31, 2005 – January 1, 2006)

 Cheers To '07 (December 31, 2006 – January 1, 2007)

 Celebrate to '08: The 2008 GMA New Year's Countdown (December 31, 2007 – January 1, 2008)

 Lucky' 09: The 2009 GMA New Year's Countdown (December 31, 2008 – January 1, 2009)

 Prosperity in 2010: The 2010 GMA New Year's Countdown (December 31, 2009 – January 1, 2010)

 2010 to '11: The GMA New Year Countdown (December 31, 2010 – January 1, 2011)

 Countdown to 2012: The GMA New Year Special (December 31, 2011 – January 1, 2012)

 Win na Win sa 2013: The GMA New Year Countdown (December 31, 2012 – January 1, 2013)

 Countdown to 2014: The GMA New Year Special (December 31, 2013 – January 1, 2014)

 Countdown to 2015: The GMA New Year Special (December 31, 2014 – January 1, 2015)

 Countdown to 2016: The GMA New Year Special (December 31, 2015 – January 1, 2016)
 Lipad sa 2017: The Kapuso New Year Countdown (December 31, 2016 – January 1, 2017)

Holy Week specials[edit]

 Ang Kasagutan (produced by Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, 2007)

 Ang Lagusan (2005; re-aired 2007)

 Angel Villa (produced by APT Entertainment, 2004)

 Anghel sa Lupa (produced by APT Entertainment, 2010)

 Banal na Paglalakbay sa Yapak ni Hesukristo: Pilgrimage to Holy Land TV Special (Produced by Steve 'O Neal Productions, April
17, 2014)

 Bilanggo (2000; re-aired 2009)

 Bo Sanchez Lenten Special (produced by Kerygma TV & Shepherds Voice, Inc., 2005)

 CBN Asia Holy Week Special (produced by CBN Asia, Inc., 1995)

 Eat Bulaga Lenten Drama Specials (produced by TAPE Inc. 1995–2008, 2014–present)

 Alalay (April 6, 2004)

 Ama't Anak (April 5, 2004)

 Ang Mga Anak Ng Maestro (March 19, 2008, re-aired 2009)

 Angel (April 7, 2004)

 Anyo ng Pag-Ibig (April 16, 2014)

 Aruga Ng Puso (April 1, 2015)
 Binhi Sa Matabang Lupa (April 3, 2007)

 Biro Ng Kapalaran (March 30, 2015)

 Dalangin Ng Ama (March 21, 2016)

 Ganyan Kita Kamahal (April 12, 2006, re-aired 2009 and 2013)

 God Gave Me You (March 23, 2016)

 Hakbang sa Pangarap (April 15, 2014)

 Ilaw ng Kahapon (April 14, 2014)

 Kaputol Ng Buhay (March 21, 2016)

 Karugtong ng Puso (April 14, 2014)

 Kulungan Kanlungan (April 15, 2014)

 Lukso Ng Dugo (March 31, 2015)

 Mama (April 10, 2006)

 Panata (March 22, 2016)

 Pangako Ng Pag-Ibig (March 30, 2015)

 Pangalawang Bukas (April 16, 2014)

 Perfect (March 21, 2005)

 Pinagpalang Ama (March 31, 2015)
 Sa Iyong Paglaya (April 2, 2007)

 Sino Ang Bestfriend Ko? (2003)

 Star (April 4, 2007)

 Sukli Ng Pagmamahal (April 1, 2015)

 Tahanan (March 23, 2005, re-aired 2013)

 True Love (March 22, 2005)

 The Manager (2003, re-aired 2009 and 2013)

 Waiting Room (April 11, 2006)

 Walang Kapalit (March 22, 2016)

 Family Bible Quiz Show (2009)

 First Time Holy Week Marathon (2010)

 Forgiven: Kerygma TV Lenten Documentary Special (produced by Kerygma TV & Shepherd's Voice, Inc., March 26, 2016)

 Francis: The Pope from the New World (March 25, 2016)

 GMA Telecine Holy Week Specials (2007–2008)

 GenRev: Generation Revival (produced by Elim Foundation, Inc., 2006)

 Gideon 300's The Seven Last Words (1990–2000)

 Gulong: A CBN Asia Holy Week Special (produced by CBN Asia, Inc., 2010)
 Lamat Sa Puso: A CBN Holy Week Special (produced by CBN Asia, Inc., 1999, re-aired 2008)

 Larawan Holy Week Special (2004)

 Maestra (produced by APT Entertainment, 2011)

 Manaoag: The Call of the Virgin (2010)

 Marcelino (produced by APT Entertainment, 2000)

 May Himala Holy Week Special (2003–2009)

 May Milagroso pa nga ba? (produced by APT Entertainment, 2002)

 Milagroso (produced by APT Entertainment, 2006)

 Mundo Mo'y Akin Holy Week Marathon (2013)

 Obra Holy Week Special (2010)

 One Piece TV Movie: Luffy's Detective Story (April 19, 2014)

 Pag-Uwi (produced by APT Entertainment, April 4, 2015)

 Pagsubok (produced by APT Entertainment, March 26, 2016)

 Panalangin (produced by APT Entertainment, April 19, 2014)

 PY Nakar Holy Week Special (produced by Elim Foundation, Inc., 2005)

 Perpetua (produced by APT Entertainment, 2013)

 Pokémon CVA 1: Pokémon's Ghost (April 19, 2014)
 Pikachu Summer's Festival (April 18, 2014)

 Pinagpala Sa Babaeng Lahat (produced by APT Entertainment, 2012)

 Power To Unite with Elvira Holy Week Special (2012–present) (continues airing on TV5)

 Preacher in Blue Jeans (produced by Kerygma TV & Shepherd's Voice, Inc., 2006)

 Rebound (2008)

 Sa Kandungan Ng Langit (2005)

 Sa Kamay Ng Diyos (produced by APT Entertainment, 2005)

 Sa Mata Ng Simbahan (produced by Media Vessel Productions, March 24, 2016)

 Sa Ngalan Ng Anak: A CBN Holy Week Special (produced by CBN Asia, Inc., 2006)

 Sentenciada (produced by APT Productions, 2008)

 Siete Palabras: Live Broadcast from the Santo Domingo Church (produced by Dominican Province of the Philippines, 2009–
present, simulcast over Radyo Veritas)

 Siete Palabras: Live Broadcast from the Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral (GMA 7 Cebu)[3]

 Siete Palabras: Live Broadcast from the San Pedro Cathedral (GMA 5 Davao)

 Siyang Pinagpala, Isa pang Awit ni Bernadette (produced by APT Entertainment, 2001)

 Son of God (March 24, 2016)

 Sugat ng Kahapon (produced by APT Entertainment, 2009)

 Tanikala: Ama Namin (produced by CBN Asia, Inc., 2013)
 Tanikala: Ang Ikalawang Libro (produced by CBN Asia, Inc., 2010)

 Tanikala: Bihag ng Kadiliman (produced by CBN Asia, Inc., 2009)

 Tanikala: Buyonero (produced by CBN Asia, Inc., March 25, 2016)

 Tanikala: Hatol (produced by CBN Asia, Inc., April 18, 2014)

 Tanikala: Kulam (produced by CBN Asia, Inc., 2011)

 Tanikala: Liwanag sa Dapithapon (produced by CBN Asia, Inc., 2013, re-aired April 19, 2014)

 Tanikala: My Sister, My Lover (produced by CBN Asia, Inc., April 17, 2014, re-aired April 4, 2015)

 Tanikala: Panata (produced by CBN Asia, Inc., 2011)

 Tanikala: Sa Isang Iglap (produced by CBN Asia, Inc., April 2, 2015; re-aired March 25, 2016)

 Tanikala: Unos (produced by CBN Asia, Inc., 2012)

 Tanikala: Wasak (produced by CBN Asia, Inc., 2011)

 The Best of I-Witness (yearly)

 The Best of Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho (yearly)

 The 8th Word (produced by Kerygma TV and Shepherd's Voice, Inc., 2013)

 The Score (produced by Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, 2007, re-aired 2008)

 The Ten Commandments (2015, 2016)

 Unico Hijo (produced by APT Entertainment, 2007)
 Via Cruses (produced by APT Entertainment, 2003)

 Way of the Cross at Rome (Delayed telecast) (2009–present)

See also[edit]

 List of programs broadcast by GMA Network

 List of programs aired by GMA Network

References[edit]

1. Jump up^ "GMA Network officially signs to co-air 65th Miss Universe with Solar Entertainment". GMA News Online. Retrieved 2017-01-
30.

2. Jump up^ Ligunas, Mary Louise (23 August 2016). "Miss World Philippines continues partnership with GMA Network". GMA Network
Portal. GMA Network, Inc. Retrieved 3 October 2016.

3. Jump up^ "Former OFW, scavenger join Seven Last Words activity". Cebu Daily News. March 23, 2016. Retrieved March 24, 2016.

List of telenovelas of GMA Network
This is the list of telenovelas that been originally and currently aired on GMA Network. Titles are sorted in the decade and the year of their
release, with official English titles included in parentheses. Drama anthologies such as Magpakailanman are excluded in the list. All
telenovelas are produced by GMA Entertainment TV Group except when noted.
GMA Drama logo since 2010 with its "Ito ang Drama" (This is the Drama) tagline

1980s[edit]

Title Premiere date Finale date

Anna Liza February 4, 1980 May 10, 1985

Guni Guni 1980 1980

Nang Dahil Sa Pag-Ibig (Because of Love) September 7, 1981 January 1, 1982

Yagit (The Street Urchins) April 25, 1983 August 2, 1985

Amorsola August 5, 1985 1985

Mirasol del Cielo January 6, 1986 February 27, 1987
Title Premiere date Finale date

Andrea Amor 1986 1986

Princess 1986 1990

Gintong Kristal (Golden Crystal) March 2, 1987 1988

Golpe de Gulo 1987 1989

Kaming Mga Ulila (The Orphans) 1987 1987

Evelio 1988 1988

Kadenang Rosas (Chain of Roses) 1988 1989
1990s[edit]

Title Premiere date Finale date Notes

Batong Buhay (Bloodstream) 1994 1994

Angelito 1994 1996

Valiente January 30, 1995 September 12, 1997
Produced by TAPE Inc.
Kadenang Kristal (Crystal Chain) July 31, 1995 August 9, 1996

T.G.I.S. (Thank God It's Saturday) August 12, 1995 November 27, 1999
Produced by Viva
Entertainment
Villa Quintana November 6, 1995 January 24, 1997

Lyra April 8, 1996 January 3, 1997

Mia Gracia August 12, 1996 August 15, 1997 Produced by TAPE Inc.

Anna Karenina November 10, 1996 April 28, 2002 Produced by Viva
Entertainment

Ikaw Na Sana (Destiny) March 17, 1997 April 3, 1998
Title Premiere date Finale date Notes

Growing Up June 2, 1997 February 12, 1999

Del Tierro September 15, 1997 May 14, 1999 Produced by TAPE Inc.,

Ganyan Kita Kamahal (That's How Much I Love You) April 13, 1998 August 7, 1998
Produced by Viva
Entertainment
Halik Sa Apoy (Fiery Kiss) August 10, 1998 February 26, 1999

TEXT (The Extreme Team) 1998 1999

Rio Del Mar February 15, 1999 March 9, 2001 Produced by TAPE Inc.

Di Ba't Ikaw (Love and Revenge) May 17, 1999 October 29, 1999

Kirara, Ano Ang Kulay ng Pag-ibig? (Kirara, What Is the
August 16, 1999 November 2, 2001 Produced by TAPE Inc.
Color of Love?)
Title Premiere date Finale date Notes

Pintados (The Painted Ones) September 4, 1999 September 2, 2000

L 1999 2000

Codename: Verano 1999 2000

Click December 4, 1999 July 24, 2004

GMA Mini-Series

 Liwanag Ng Hatinggabi (Light of Midnight)

 Tago Ka Na! (Hide) December 6, 1999 March 19, 2001

 Umulan Man o Umaraw (Seasons of Love)

 Munting Anghel (Little Angel)

 Tuwing Kapiling Ka (When I'm With You)
2000s[edit]
2001[edit]

Title Premiere date Finale date Notes

Biglang Sibol, Bayang Impasibol March 12, 2001 January 25, 2002 Produced by TAPE Inc.

Ikaw Lang Ang Mamahalin (Only You) March 26, 2001 November 1, 2002

Sa Dako Pa Roon (Beyond) November 5, 2001 November 30, 2001

Sana Ay Ikaw Na Nga (It Might Be You) December 3, 2001 April 25, 2003

2002[edit]

Title Premiere date Finale date

Kung Mawawala Ka (A World Without You) April 22, 2002 June 6, 2003

Kahit Kailan (Always) May 5, 2002 July 6, 2003

Ang Iibigin Ay Ikaw (My One and Only Love) July 8, 2002 April 11, 2003
Title Premiere date Finale date

Habang Kapiling Ka (With You) November 4, 2002 October 17, 2003

2003[edit]

Title Premiere date Finale date Notes

Ang Iibigin Ay Ikaw Pa Rin (My One and Only Love 2) April 14, 2003 August 22, 2003

Narito Ang Puso Ko (Here Is My Heart) June 9, 2003 March 5, 2004

Love to Love July 13, 2003 October 22, 2006

Hawak Ko Ang Langit (Heaven In My Hands) July 14, 2003 November 7, 2003 Produced by TAPE Inc.

Produced by FOCUS-E
Daisy Siete (Seven Daisies) September 1, 2003 July 2, 2010
Productions

Twin Hearts October 20, 2003 June 18, 2004

Walang Hanggan (Eternity) November 10, 2003 February 27, 2004 Produced by TAPE Inc.
2004[edit]

Title Premiere date Finale date Notes

Te Amo, Maging Sino Ka Man (Te Amo, Speaking The Language of
February 2, 2004 September 17, 2004
Love)

Produced by TAPE
Ikaw Sa Puso Ko (In My Heart) March 1, 2004 October 15, 2004
Inc.

Hanggang Kailan (Circle of Hearts) March 8, 2004 August 13, 2004

Marinara June 21, 2004 October 1, 2004

Mulawin August 2, 2004 March 18, 2005

Joyride August 16, 2004 March 11, 2005

Forever In My Heart September 27, 2004 January 7, 2005

Leya, Ang Pinakamagandang Babae Sa Ilalim Ng Lupa (Leya, The Produced by TAPE
October 18, 2004 January 28, 2005
Most Beautiful Numbali) Inc.
2005[edit]

Title Premiere date Finale date Notes

Produced by TAPE
Saang Sulok ng Langit (Heaven's Corner) January 31, 2005 August 12, 2005
Inc.

Mukha (Facade) March 14, 2005 June 10, 2005

Darna April 4, 2005 November 25, 2005

Encantadia May 2, 2005 December 9, 2005

Ganti (Vengeance of the Heart) June 13, 2005 October 21, 2005

Sugo (The Chosen One) July 4, 2005 February 10, 2006

Produced by TAPE
Kung Mamahalin Mo Lang Ako (If Only You Love Me) August 15, 2005 February 17, 2006
Inc.

Now and Forever: Agos (Stream of Life) October 24, 2005 January 6, 2006

Etheria: Ang Ika-Limang Kaharian ng Encantadia (Etheria: The Fifth December 12, 2005 February 17, 2006
Title Premiere date Finale date Notes

Kingdom of Encantadia)

2006[edit]

Title Premiere date Finale date Notes

Tinig (Sonata of Heart) January 9, 2006 April 12, 2006

Produced by TAPE
Agawin Mo Man Ang Lahat (Stolen Love) July 7, 2006
Inc.

Hongkong Flight 143 February 20, 2006 May 12, 2006

Encantadia: Pag-ibig Hanggang Wakas (Avisala Encantadia:
April 28, 2006
Love Until the End)

Majika March 20, 2006 September 29, 2006

Duyan (Cradle of Love) April 17, 2006 July 21, 2006

Fantastikids May 6, 2006 December 9, 2006
Title Premiere date Finale date Notes

I Luv NY (I Love New York) May 15, 2006 September 8, 2006

Captain Barbell May 29, 2006 January 12, 2007

Produced by TAPE
Pinakamamahal (Beloved) July 10, 2006 November 3, 2006
Inc.

Linlang (Deception) July 24, 2006 September 22, 2006

Bakekang September 11, 2006 March 30, 2007

Dangal (Honor) September 25, 2006 November 24, 2006

Hoooo U? October 1, 2006 2006

Atlantika October 2, 2006 February 9, 2007

Makita Ka Lang Muli (Just to See You Again) November 6, 2006 February 16, 2007 Produced by TAPE
Title Premiere date Finale date Notes

Inc.

Ambot U? 2006 2006

2007[edit]

Title Premiere date Finale date

Asian Treasures January 15, 2007 June 29, 2007

Princess Charming January 29, 2007 April 27, 2007

Super Twins February 12, 2007 June 1, 2007

Muli (In Love Again) February 19, 2007 May 18, 2007

Lupin April 9, 2007 August 17, 2007

Fantastic Man April 14, 2007 March 15, 2008
Title Premiere date Finale date

Sinasamba Kita (All for You) April 30, 2007 July 27, 2007

Pati Ba Pintig ng Puso (Of Love and Lies) May 21, 2007 September 7, 2007

Impostora (The Impostor) June 4, 2007 September 21, 2007

Mga Mata ni Anghelita (Angelita) July 2, 2007 October 5, 2007

Kung Mahawi Man Ang Ulap (Through It All) July 30, 2007 November 9, 2007

MariMar August 13, 2007 March 14, 2008

Pasan Ko Ang Daigdig (World On My Shoulders) September 10, 2007 January 11, 2008

Zaido: Pulis Pangkalawakan (Zaido: The Space Sheriff) September 24, 2007 February 8, 2008

La Vendetta October 29, 2007 January 18, 2008

My Only Love November 12, 2007 January 29, 2008
Title Premiere date Finale date

Kamandag (Venom) November 19, 2007 April 25, 2008

2008[edit]

Title Premiere date Finale date

Maging Akin Ka Lamang (Till You Are Mine) January 21, 2008 May 9, 2008

E.S.P. February 4, 2008 May 9, 2008

Joaquin Bordado February 11, 2008 July 11, 2008

Kaputol ng Isang Awit (Unsung Melody) March 3, 2008 June 13, 2008

Babangon Ako't Dudurugin Kita (Sweet Revenge) March 24, 2008 June 27, 2008

Tasya Fantasya April 6, 2008 July 13, 2008

Dyesebel April 28, 2008 October 17, 2008
Title Premiere date Finale date

Magdusa Ka (Misery) May 12, 2008 August 29, 2008

Gaano Kadalas ang Minsan? (Love Me Again) June 23, 2008 November 7, 2008

Ako si Kim Samsoon (My Name is Kim Samsoon) June 30, 2008 October 10, 2008

Codename: Asero July 14, 2008 November 14, 2008

Una Kang Naging Akin (When You Were Mine) September 1, 2008 December 19, 2008

LaLola October 13, 2008 February 6, 2009

Gagambino October 20, 2008 February 20, 2009

Saan Darating Ang Umaga? (Morning Awaits) November 10, 2008 February 27, 2009

Luna Mystika November 17, 2008 March 6, 2009
2009[edit]

Title Premiere date Finale date

Ang Babaeng Hinugot sa Aking Tadyang (Dangerous
February 2, 2009 May 1, 2009
Love)

Paano Ba Ang Mangarap? (Without Your Love) February 16, 2009 June 5, 2009

Totoy Bato February 23, 2009 July 3, 2009

Dapat Ka Bang Mahalin? (Second Chances) March 2, 2009 June 19, 2009

All About Eve March 9, 2009 June 5, 2009

Zorro March 23, 2009 August 7, 2009

Ngayon at Kailanman (Until Forever) September 25, 2009
June 8, 2009
Adik Sa'Yo September 11, 2009

Kung Aagawin Mo Ang Lahat Sa Akin (When All is Gone) June 22, 2009 September 25, 2009
Title Premiere date Finale date

All My Life June 29, 2009 September 18, 2009

Rosalinda July 6, 2009 November 27, 2009

Darna August 10, 2009 February 19, 2010

Stairway to Heaven September 14, 2009 December 11, 2009

Ikaw Sana (To Love You) September 21, 2009
February 5, 2010
Kaya Kong Abutin Ang Langit (Selfish Desires)
September 28, 2009
Tinik Sa Dibdib (Damage) January 22, 2010

Full House November 30, 2009 February 26, 2010

Sana Ngayong Pasko (A Christmas Hope) December 7, 2009 January 8, 2010
2010s[edit]
2010[edit]

Title Premiere date Finale date Notes

The Last Prince January 11, 2010 June 25, 2010

Ina, Kasusuklaman Ba Kita? (A Mother's Sacrifice) January 25, 2010 May 21, 2010

Gumapang Ka Sa Lusak (Secret Affairs) June 18, 2010
February 8, 2010
First Time May 28, 2010

Panday Kids February 22, 2010 June 4, 2010

Diva March 1, 2010 July 30, 2010

Basahang Ginto (Golden Heart) May 24, 2010 September 24, 2010

Langit sa Piling Mo (Heaven With You) May 31, 2010 September 17, 2010

Pilyang Kerubin (My Silly Angel) June 7, 2010 August 27, 2010
Title Premiere date Finale date Notes

Trudis Liit (Little Trudis) June 21, 2010 October 22, 2010

Endless Love June 28, 2010 October 15, 2010

Ilumina August 2, 2010 November 19, 2010

Grazilda September 13, 2010 January 7, 2011

Bantatay (The Guardian) September 20, 2010 February 25, 2011

Tween Hearts September 26, 2010 June 10, 2012

Koreana (Jenna) October 11, 2010 February 25, 2011

Beauty Queen October 18, 2010 February 4, 2011

Co-produced by TAPE
Little Star October 25, 2010 February 11, 2011
Inc.
Title Premiere date Finale date Notes

Jillian: Namamasko Po (Jillian, The Christmas Doll) November 29, 2010 January 21, 2011

2011[edit]

Title Premiere date Finale date

Dwarfina January 10, 2011 May 6, 2011

Alakdana (The Lady Scorpion) May 13, 2011
January 24, 2011
Machete March 18, 2011

I ♥ You, Pare! (I ♥ You, Bro!) February 7, 2011 May 27, 2011

Nita Negrita (Nita) February 14, 2011 June 10, 2011

My Lover, My Wife May 27, 2011
February 28, 2011
Magic Palayok (Delicious Food) July 1, 2011
Title Premiere date Finale date

Captain Barbell: Ang Pagbabalik (Captain Barbell: The
March 28, 2011 July 29, 2011
Return)

Munting Heredera (Little Heiress) May 9, 2011 February 3, 2012

Blusang Itim (Beauty Within) May 16, 2011 August 12, 2011

Sisid (Pearl Diver) September 16, 2011
May 30, 2011
Amaya January 13, 2012

Sinner or Saint June 13, 2011 October 7, 2011

Futbolilits July 4, 2011 October 14, 2011

Mistaken Identity July 23, 2011 August 27, 2011

Time of My Life August 1, 2011 November 18, 2011

Pahiram ng Isang Ina (Children In My Heart) August 15, 2011 November 11, 2011
Title Premiere date Finale date

Iglot August 29, 2011

Kung Aagawin Mo Ang Langit (Losing Heaven) September 19, 2011 February 3, 2012

Ikaw Lang ang Mamahalin (Only You) October 10, 2011 February 10, 2012

Daldalita October 17, 2011 February 3, 2012

Kokak (The Frog Princess) November 14, 2011 March 2, 2012

2012[edit]

Title Premiere date Finale date

Legacy January 16, 2012 June 1, 2012

Broken Vow February 6, 2012 June 15, 2012
Title Premiere date Finale date

Alice Bungisngis and her Wonder Walis (Giggly Alice) June 8, 2012

Biritera (Diva) May 18, 2012

The Good Daughter June 1, 2012
February 13, 2012
My Beloved June 8, 2012

Hiram na Puso (A Change of Heart) March 5, 2012 July 6, 2012

Luna Blanca May 21, 2012 October 26, 2012

Kasalanan Bang Ibigin Ka? (Forbidden Love) August 31, 2012
June 4, 2012
Makapiling Kang Muli (Together Again) September 7, 2012

My Daddy Dearest August 17, 2012
June 11, 2012
One True Love October 5, 2012
Title Premiere date Finale date

Together Forever June 17, 2012 September 8, 2012

Faithfully June 18, 2012 October 5, 2012

Hindi Ka Na Mag-iisa (Never Be Alone) July 9, 2012 October 26, 2012

Sana Ay Ikaw Na Nga (It Might Be You) September 3, 2012 February 8, 2013

Aso ni San Roque (San Roque's Pet) September 10, 2012 January 11, 2013

Magdalena January 18, 2013
October 8, 2012
Coffee Prince November 23, 2012

Cielo de Angelina (Angelina's Sky) October 22, 2012 January 4, 2013

Yesterday's Bride February 22, 2013
October 29, 2012
Temptation of Wife April 5, 2013
Title Premiere date Finale date

Paroa: Ang Kuwento ni Mariposa (The Story of Mariposa) November 5, 2012 March 1, 2013

Pahiram ng Sandali (Chasing Moments) November 26, 2012 March 15, 2013

Teen Gen December 16, 2012 June 30, 2013

2013[edit]

Title Premiere date Finale date Notes

Indio January 14, 2013 May 31, 2013

Forever January 21, 2013 April 19, 2013

Bukod Kang Pinagpala (Mother's Love) February 11, 2013 June 7, 2013

Unforgettable February 25, 2013 May 31, 2013

Mundo Mo'y Akin (Deception) March 18, 2013 September 6, 2013
Title Premiere date Finale date Notes

Love & Lies April 8, 2013 June 7, 2013

Kakambal ni Eliana (Eliana's Twin) April 15, 2013 August 23, 2013

Home Sweet Home April 22, 2013 July 19, 2013

Mga Basang Sisiw (Lost Children) November 1, 2013
June 3, 2013
Anna Karenina September 20, 2013

Maghihintay Pa Rin (Bitter Sweet Life) September 27, 2013
June 10, 2013
My Husband's Lover October 18, 2013

One Day, Isang Araw June 15, 2013 November 16, 2013

With a Smile June 24, 2013 September 20, 2013

Binoy Henyo (Wonder Kid) July 22, 2013
Title Premiere date Finale date Notes

Pyra: Ang Babaeng Apoy (Pyra: The Fire Woman) August 26, 2013 November 29, 2013

Akin Pa Rin ang Bukas (Perfect Vengeance) September 9, 2013 December 27, 2013

Dormitoryo (The Dormitory) September 22, 2013 December 22, 2013

Prinsesa ng Buhay Ko (My Girl) January 24, 2014
September 23, 2013
Kahit Nasaan Ka Man (Love Sonata) November 15, 2013

Magkano Ba ang Pag-ibig? (Wealth and Passion) September 30, 2013 February 14, 2014

Genesis October 14, 2013 December 27, 2013

Produced by GMA News and
Katipunan October 19, 2013 December 28, 2013
Public Affairs

Villa Quintana November 4, 2013 June 6, 2014

Adarna November 18, 2013 March 7, 2014
Title Premiere date Finale date Notes

2014[edit]

Title Premiere date Finale date Notes

The Borrowed Wife January 20, 2014 May 23, 2014

Paraiso Ko'y Ikaw (My Paradise) March 28, 2014

Carmela: Ang Pinakamagandang Babae sa
January 27, 2014 May 23, 2014
Mundong Ibabaw

Rhodora X May 30, 2014

Innamorata February 17, 2014 June 20, 2014

Kambal Sirena (Footsteps of a Mermaid) March 10, 2014 June 27, 2014

Niño May 26, 2014 September 12, 2014
Title Premiere date Finale date Notes

Ang Dalawang Mrs. Real (The Other Mrs. Reals) June 2, 2014 September 19, 2014

The Half Sisters June 9, 2014 January 15, 2016

Dading June 23, 2014 October 10, 2014

My BFF October 3, 2014
June 30, 2014
My Destiny October 17, 2014

Produced by GMA News and
Sa Puso ni Dok (Village Doctor) August 24, 2014 September 28, 2014
Public Affairs

Strawberry Lane September 15, 2014 January 2, 2015

Hiram na Alaala (Memories of Love) September 22, 2014 January 9, 2015 Co-produced by Unitel Pictures

Ang Lihim ni Annasandra (The Secret of Annasandra) October 6, 2014 February 6, 2015
Title Premiere date Finale date Notes

Yagit (Pushcart of Dreams) October 13, 2014 July 24, 2015

Produced by GMA News and
Ilustrado October 20, 2014 November 14, 2014
Public Affairs

More Than Words November 17, 2014 March 6, 2015

2015[edit]

Title Premiere date Finale date Notes

Once Upon a Kiss January 5, 2015 May 1, 2015

Second Chances January 12, 2015
May 8, 2015
Kailan Ba Tama ang Mali? (Ruins of Love) February 9, 2015

Pari 'Koy (My Holy Bro) March 9, 2015 August 21, 2015

InstaDad[1] April 5, 2015 July 5, 2015
Title Premiere date Finale date Notes

Let the Love Begin May 4, 2015 August 7, 2015

Healing Hearts September 11, 2015
May 11, 2015
The Rich Man's Daughter
August 7, 2015
My Mother's Secret May 25, 2015

Buena Familia July 28, 2015 March 4, 2016

Beautiful Strangers November 27, 2015
August 10, 2015
My Faithful Husband November 13, 2015

MariMar August 24, 2015 January 8, 2016

Destiny Rose September 14, 2015 March 11, 2016

Princess in the Palace September 21, 2015 June 10, 2016 Produced by TAPE Inc.
Title Premiere date Finale date Notes

Produced by GMA News and
Dangwa October 26, 2015 January 29, 2016
Public Affairs

Little Nanay (Little Mommy) November 16, 2015 March 23, 2016

Because of You November 30, 2015 May 13, 2016

2016[edit]

Title Premiere date Finale date Notes

Wish I May January 18, 2016 May 20, 2016

That's My Amboy January 25, 2016 April 29, 2016

Hanggang Makita Kang Muli (Until We Meet Again) March 7, 2016 July 15, 2016 Co-produced by Unitel Pictures

The Millionaire's Wife March 14, 2016 June 24, 2016

Poor Señorita March 28, 2016[2] July 15, 2016
Title Premiere date Finale date Notes

Produced by GMA News and
Naku, Boss Ko![3] April 25, 2016[4] May 5, 2016
Public Affairs

Once Again May 2, 2016[5] July 22, 2016

Juan Happy Love Story[6] May 16, 2016[7] September 2, 2016

Magkaibang Mundo (My Secret Love)[8] May 23, 2016[9] September 16, 2016

Calle Siete June 13, 2016 October 21, 2016 Produced by TAPE Inc.

Sa Piling ni Nanay (Ysabel)[10] June 27, 2016[11] January 27, 2017

Sinungaling Mong Puso (Cruel Lies)[12] October 28, 2016
July 18, 2016
Encantadia[13]

Someone to Watch Over Me[14] September 5, 2016[15] January 6, 2017

Oh, My Mama![16] September 19, 2016[17] December 2, 2016
Title Premiere date Finale date Notes

[18]

Alyas Robin Hood (Bow of Justice)[19] February 24, 2017

Trops[20] October 24, 2016 Produced by TAPE Inc.

Hahamakin ang Lahat (Love and Defiance) [21] October 31, 2016 February 17, 2017

Ika-6 na Utos (A Woman Scorned)[22] December 5, 2016

2017[edit]

Title Premiere date Finale date Notes

Meant to Be January 9, 2017

Pinulot Ka Lang Sa Lupa (Envy) January 30, 2017

Legally Blind February 20, 2017
Upcoming[edit]

Title Premiere date Notes

Co-produced
Destined to be Yours February 27, 2017
by TAPE Inc.

My Love from the Star March 13, 2017

Mulawin versus Ravena

Impostora (The Imposter)

Produced by GMA News and
D' Originals
Public Affairs

See also[edit]

 List of programs broadcast by GMA Network

 List of programs aired by GMA Network

 List of Philippine telenovelas

References[edit]

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Retrieved January 30, 2016.

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24, 2016.

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8. Jump up^ "Hindi tumuloy kahit may kontrata na Kapamilya actor dalawang beses pinaasa ang GMA". March 31, 2016. Retrieved April
2, 2016.

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11. Jump up^ "Yasmien Kurdi reunites with Katrina Halili and Mark Herras for new teleserye". May 25, 2016.

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July 2016.

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bagong-drama/story/

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Retrieved November 10, 2016.

GMA The Heart of Asia
GMA's The Heart of Asia (sometimes referred by fans as HOA)[1] is a programming block of GMA Network and its sister channel GMA
News TV (formerly QTV/Q), which broadcast Filipino-dubbed TV series mostly from South Korea and Taiwan except Japan. It is also
tagged as "The Home of Quality Asianovelas". Its first ever Asian drama (locally called "Asianovela") was My MVP Valentine from Taiwan.
[2]
In the past decade, GMA Network's Heart of Asia block has aired a score of top-rated and high-quality dramas, including Endless Love:
Autumn in My Heart, Endless Love II: Winter Sonata, Stairway to Heaven, Full House, Attic Cat, Jewel in the Palace, My Name Is Kim Sam
Soon, Love of the Condor Heroes, Love Story in Harvard, Jumong, Hwang Jini, Coffee Prince, Fated to Love You, Queen Seon
Deok, Temptation of Wife, Baker King, Secret Garden, Dong Yi, I Hear Your Voice, Moon Embracing the Sun, The Princess' Man, The
Innocent Man, Empress Ki, My Love from the Star and Descendants of the Sun. Japanese dramas were not belong to HOA such as the 1st
Japanese drama Gokusen (including 2nd and 3rd season), Hana Yori Dango, Hana Yori Dango 2, Good Luck, GTO Live, Hana Kimi, One
Liter of Tears and the last Japanese drama Mischievous Kiss: Love in Tokyo. Furthermore, airing Korean and Taiwanese dramas in the
Philippines are on-going the process of localization, which consists the process of program re-dubbing, pre-editing, post-editing and
finalization of the re-production process which had been going on-air at the specific date.

GMA The Heart of Asia
Official title card (2017–present)

Network GMA Network

GMA News TV (formerly QTV/Q)

Launched June 9, 2003

Country of origin South Korea

Taiwan

China

Original Language(s) Filipino (dubbed)
Current programming[edit]

Broadcaster Title Schedule Original Network Pilot Episode

Monday - Friday
The Big One JTBC January 23, 2017
(9:30 AM)
GMA Network
Monday - Thursday
Pretty Woman MBC January 30, 2017
(10:00 PM)

Saturday - Sunday
Secret Love KBS December 10, 2016
(11:00 PM)

Monday - Friday
GMA News TV Prime Minister and I KBS February 6, 2017
(11:00 PM)

Monday - Thursday
Full House KBS January 23, 2017
(8:30 AM)

 Heart of Asia also airs Asian horror flix which airs every Saturdays at 11:00 PM on GMA Network, titled True Horror Stories.
Though not labeled as HOA, Heart of Asia also occasionally airs Filipino-dubbed Korean and Chinese films as part of it's weekend
[3]

programming.
History[edit]

Logo was used from 2005 to 2010.

Even before Asian dramas, Filipinos were long fans of foreign dramas. Soap operas and drama series have become a staple for daytime
and primetime viewing in the Philippines. In the 1990s, Mexican telenovelas was the mania, with huge hits
like Rosalinda and Marimar attracting ratings above 50%.
Asianovelas have become hits in the 2000s. The huge demand from Filipino viewers has prompted Philippine TV stations to
import Taiwanese dramas. After the Taiwanese drama, Amazing Twins, the first Asian drama in the Philippines and Meteor Garden which
became phenomenal, GMA Network starts importing TV series from Taiwan in June 2003, starting with its first drama My MVP Valentine,
followed by The Poor Prince and Lavender, which was the first Asianovela in Philippine Primetime TV. On the same year, the network
introduced to Filipino viewers the South Korean dramas, as they premiered the first ever Korean drama in Philippine television, Bright Girl,
followed by Endless Love: Autumn in My Heart and Endless Love II: Winter Sonata.
In 2005, in celebration of 3rd year anniversary, GMA Network officially revealed a new logo and image campaign in branding the identity of
their Asian dramas. GMA The Heart of Asia: The Home of the Best Asian dramas. On the said year, GMA brought the full blast line-up with
Asian series, such as Stairway to Heaven, Full House, All About Eve, Attic Cat, My Name Is Kim Sam Soon, Sassy Girl: Chun Hyang, Frog
Prince, and Jewel in the Palace succeeded in capturing Filipino viewers by heart. Asianovelas offer Filipino audiences a change of pace
from local programming, such as "the Decline of Anime in Philippine TV" with permanently removing all Anime and Cartoons in free TV and
relocate it all in pay-per-view Cable channels and illegal Internet streamings.
Previously aired Asian dramas[edit]
GMA Network[edit]
2003–2013[edit]

List of Asian dramas aired from 2003 to 2013 [hide]

Year Title Original Network Broadcast period Local Soundtrack Timeslot

2003 My MVP Valentine SET Taiwan June 9 - September 12 Afternoon

June 23 - September
Poor Prince CTS Pre-primetime
19

Lavender SETTV June 30 - August 29 Primetime

Bright Girl SBS July 9 -

Endless Love: Autumn In September 3 - October
KBS Ikaw by Faith Cuneta Primetime
My Heart 24

My Love, Cindy MBC September 15 -

Beautiful Days SBS September 22 - Tuloy Parin Ang Awit by Jolina Magdangal Afternoon
December 05

Marmalade Boy CTS September 29 -

Funny Wild Girl MBC November 17 -

Endless Love II: Winter November 17 - March
KBS Di Ko Na Kaya by Faith Cuneta Primetime
Sonata 5, 2004

November 20 -
At Dolphin Bay SETTV Pre-primetime
February 6, 2004

2004 Tai Seng
Starry, Starry Night February 9 - March 19 Forever Be by Jolina Magdangal
Entertainment

Loving You KBS February 9 - You First Believe by Hoku

Hindi Kailanman Iiwan by Anne Jomeo & Noahz
Irene MBC March 1 - April 15 Pre-Noontime
Art

Love Letter MBC March 8 - September Asam by Faith Cuneta Primetime/Weekend
24
Love Storm CTS March 22 - May 21 Afternoon

Guardian Angel SBS March 29 - Stay by Cueshé Afternoon

Endless Love III: Summer Pre-
KBS May 24 - July 16 Suko Na Ang Puso by Faith Cuneta
Scent primetime/Afternoon

Twin Sisters SETTV July 19 - October 15 Sapat Na Ang Minsan by Jennylyn Mercado

October 18 -
Snow Angel CTS Ikaw Pa Rin by Toro
December 17

December 20 - January
White Book Of Love CTV Afternoon
21, 2005

2005 Stairway To Heaven SBS January 17 - April 8 Pag-ibig Ko'y Pansinin by Faith Cuneta Primetime

Glass Shoes SBS January 31 - June 10 Pangako by Regine Velasquez Afternoon

Full House KBS February 21 - April 29 Fallin by Janno Gibbs Primetime

All About Eve MBC April 11 - June 17 True Love by Blue Roses Primetime
Sweet 18 KBS May 9 - June 10 I Know by Yasmien Kurdi Pre-primetime

Señorita Mei Mei TTV June 13 - July 29 Bahala Na by Jolina Magdangal Afternoon

Attic Cat MBC June 27 - July 22 Sa Kanya by Sharon Cuneta Primetime

Friends MBC July 25 - August 8 True by Ryan Cabrera Afternoon

All For Love KBS August 1 - October 6 Kung Maibabalik Ko Lang by 604 Afternoon

August 11 - September
Hotelier MBC Afternoon
9

September 12 -
Sassy Girl: Chun-Hyang KBS Naaalala Ka by Shamrock Primetime
November 4

My 19 Year Old Sister-in- SBS September 19 - Pangarap Ko Ang Ibigin Ka by Sharon Cuneta Afternoon
Law October 7
October 3 - November
Romance MBC Afternoon
4

October 10 -
Frog Prince TTV In The Name Of Love by Yasmien Kurdi Pre-primetime
November 11

November 7 - June 23,
Jewel In The Palace MBC Pangarap Na Bituin by Faith Cuneta Primetime
2006

November 14 -
Date With Tiffany MBC Afternoon
December 23

December 5 -
18 VS. 29 KBS Paano Ba by 604 Afternoon
December 30

First Love Of A Royal December 26 - January
MBC Out of My League by Jimmy Bondoc
Prince 20, 2006

Sad Love Song MBC January 2 - March 3 Nandito Ako by Sharon Cuneta & Ogie Alcasid Pre-Noontime

Le Robe De Marriage CTS January 23 - April 28 If we just hold on by Jona
2006

My Name Is Kim Sam
MBC February 13 - April 28 Maybe It's You by Jolina Magdangal Primetime
Soon
Snow White, Sweet Love KBS March 6 - April 21 I by 6cyclemind Afternoon

House Husband SBS April 24 - July 28 Ikaw by Brenan Espartinez Afternoon

Love Of The Condor
CCTV May 1 - August 11 Pangako by Sharon Cuneta
Heroes

A Second Proposal KBS June 26 - September 1 Sa Aking Panaginip by Jennylyn Mercado Primetime

Yellow Handkerchief KBS July 31 - April 4, 2007 Muli by Gabby Eigenmann Pre-Noontime

Love Story In Harvard SBS August 14 - October 13 You belong to my Heart by Jolina Magdangal Primetime

Miss Kim's Million Dollar September 4 - October
SBS Tuloy pa rin by Metafour
Quest 19

October 16 - January 5,
A Rosy Life KBS Mahal Naman Kita by Marri Nallos Primetime
2007

October 23 -
Into The Sun SBS Muli by Reuben Laurente
November 24
2007 Jumong MBC January 8 - October 19 Hold On by Shamrock Primetime

My Strange Family KBS April 9 - May 4 Better of this way by Jolina Magdangal Afternoon

Love Truly MBC April 23 - July 27 Afternoon

Love In Heaven SBS May 7 - July 6 Your Love by Alamid

Meteor Garden CTS July 9 - October 5

Foxy Lady MBC July 16 - September 21 With A Smile by Eraserheads Afternoon

Lovers in Prague SBS July 30 - August 14 Para Sa 'Yo by Dennis Trillo Afternoon

September 24 -
Couple or Trouble MBC Ikaw Lang At Ako by Janno Gibbs Afternoon
December 14

October 8 - December
Hwang Jini KBS Minsan Pa by Faith Cuneta Primetime
28

Meteor Rain CTS October 8 - October 19
October 22 -
Meteor Garden II CTS
December 14

December 17 -
Come Back Soon-Ae SBS Minsan Lang Kitang Iibigin by Mau Marcelo Afternoon
February 29, 2008

One Million Roses KBS March 3 - May 4 Morning

2008 Coffee Prince MBC January 1 - March 19 Because of You by Martin Nievera Primetime

Devil Beside Me CTV February 18 - April 18 Afternoon

Dating Now SBS March 3 - May 16 Afternoon

The Legend MBC March 10 - May 29 Go The Distance by Ariel Rivera Primetime

Witch Yoo Hee SBS May 19 - August 8 Migraine by Moonstar 88 Afternoon

Dalja's Spring KBS June 9 - August 22 Cool Ka Lang by Prettier ThanPink Primetime

Hello My Lady KBS July 7 - August 29 Gusto by Jolina Magdangal Afternoon
Sweet Spy MBC August 11 - October 3 Afternoon

August 25 - December Making Love Out Of Nothing At All by Marri
My Husband's Woman SBS Primetime
5 Nallos

September 1 - March
Be Strong, Geum-soon! MBC Afternoon
13, 2009

October 6 - December
Sakurano TTV It Might Be You by Jona
19

December 8 - February
Money War SBS Tag-ulan by Lei Bautista Primetime
13, 2009

December 22 - March
Wanted Perfect Family SBS Dito Sa Puso by Lovi Poe Afternoon
13, 2009

2009 Love At The Corner CTV January 5 - March 20 A Thousand Miles by Sabrina Afternoon

Fated To Love You TTV February 16 - May 22 True Love Ko by Angel Macatuno & Ron Antonio Primetime

Chil Princesses KBS March 16 - August 28 Di Nagpaalam by Brenan Espartinez Afternoon
Cruel Love KBS June 22 - August 27 And I Love You So by Regine Velasquez Primetime

Game About Love CTS August 31 - October 30 Nananalangin by Shamrock Afternoon

August 31 - January 8, I Will Take You Forever by Kris
Shining Inheritance SBS Primetime
2010 Lawrence and Denise Laurel

September 7 - Miss you Like Crazy by Diane Elise and Reuben
Last Romance MBC Afternoon
November 6 Laurente

Freestyle TTV November 2 - Afternoon

November 9 -
On Air SBS Isang Katulad Mo by AJ Tabaldo and Bernie Ann Afternoon
December 11

Queen Seondeok MBC January 4 - August 12 Angels Brought Me Here by La Diva Primetime

August 16 - January 13,
East Of Eden MBC Beauty and Madness by Aljur Abrenica Primetime
2010 2011

October 4 - May 27,
Temptation Of Wife SBS Ang Pag-ibig Kong Ito by Frencheska Farr Afternoon
2011
The Baker King KBS January 3 - April 29 Maghihintay Sa 'yo by Jake Vargas Primetime

Secret Garden SBS May 2 - July 29 Basta't Kasama Kita by Jake Vargas Primetime

Playful Kiss MBC May 30 - July 15 Pagkakataon by Shamrock Ft. Rachelle Ann Go Afternoon

Gourmet SBS July 18 - October 7 Bakit by Mark Bautista Afternoon

2011 Big Thing August 8 - November
SBS Heaven by The Opera Belles Primetime
24

October 10 -
Cinderella Man MBC Pangako Ko by Rita De Guzman Afternoon
November 25

November 28 -
Love You TTV Afternoon
February 17, 2012

November 28 - June
Dong Yi MBC Kahit Umiwas Pa by Jake Vargas Primetime
15, 2012

2012 It Started With A Kiss CTV February 20 - May 11 Change The World by Krissy and Ericka Afternoon
Iris KBS February 27 - May 3 Paalam Na Kahapon by Ebe Dancel Midnight

Chuno: The Slave Hunter KBS May 7 - July 27 Para Sa 'Yo Mahal Ko by Ynstynk Midnight

It Started With A Kiss 2 CTV May 14 - August 10 Change The World by Krissy and Ericka Afternoon

Lie to Me SBS June 18 - August 23 I'll Be There by Julie Anne San Jose Primetime

Lee San: The Wind Of July 30 - January 25,
MBC Midnight
The Palace 2013

Moon Embracing The August 13 - November
MBC Inside My Heart by Frencheska Farr Pre-primetime
Sun 2

August 20 - April 19, Afternoon/Pre-
Smile, Dong Hae KBS Nandito Lang Ako by Down To Mars
2013 primetime

August 27 - November
Angel's Temptation SBS Sa Bawat Paghinga by Sabrina Primetime
15

November 19 -
The Princess' Man KBS Buti Na Lang by Jessa Zaragoza Primetime
February 7, 2013
Dugong-dugong By Rita De Guzman
The Greatest Love MBC February 11 - April 25 Primetime
Bakit Ngayon by Julie Anne San Jose

Big KBS March 4 - May 4 Meron Ba by Barbie Forteza Afternoon

Nothings Gonna Stop Us Now by Toto Sorioso
Unexpected You KBS April 8 - August 26 Morning
and Lulu Panganiban
2013

Queen And I tvN April 29 - June 20 I Will Be Here for You by Kaligta Primetime

I Do, I Do MBC May 6 - June 28 The Way You Look At Me by Sabrina Afternoon

Padam Padam JTBC June 24 - July 18 Nakita Kang muli by Jona Primetime

2013–present[edit]

List of Asian dramas aired from 2013 to Present [hide]

Year Title Original Network Broadcast period Local Soundtrack

2013 My Daughter, Seoyoung KBS July 1 - October 25 For Everything by Julie Anne San Jose
Di Na mababawi by Alden Richards
The Innocent Man KBS July 22 - October 31 Ikaw Pala by Kris Lawrence

Fabulous Boys FTV October 28 - November 29 Escape by Marielle Castro

Ikaw ang sagot by Tom Rodriguez
A 100 Year Legacy MBC November 4 - May 15, 2014
Kailanman by Dennis Trillo

Tale of Arang... A Tale Without End MBC January 20 - March 14 Deeper by Julie Anne San Jose

My Love from the Star SBS April 21 - June 30

The Master's Sun SBS May 19 - July 10 Right Where You Belong by Julie Anne San Jose

Bastat Nandito Ka by Jennylyn Mercado
Return of the Wife SBS May 26 - November 7
Ikaw pa rin by Kaligta

2014 Secret Love KBS July 14 - September 11 Umaasa by Ken Alfonso

I Hear Your Voice SBS August 11 - October 16 Dahil Ikaw by Ken Chan

May Queen MBC September 1 - January 2, 2015 Mananatili by Sheryl Cruz

Prime Minister and I KBS December 15 - February 13, 2015 I Believe I Can Fly by Kaligta

Up Where We Belong by Christian Bautista
Empress Ki MBC October 20 - April 14, 2015
A Thousand Years by Christian Bautista

2015 Women in the Sun KBS February 2 - April 1 Nasaan by Jessa Zaragoza
Future's Choice KBS February 16 - March 13 Kung Maibabalik Ko Lang by Julie Anne San Jose

Fall In Love With Me TTV February 25 - May 1 Nais Kong Malaman Mo by Ken Chan

Two Mothers KBS April 6 - October 30 Maari Ba? by Beverly Caimen

King of Ambition SBS April 15 - June 30 Kailangan Kita by Derrick Monasterio

The Mermaid tvN May 4 - June 12 Beep by K.A. Antonio

Birth of a Beauty SBS June 15 - September 11 You Are The Sunshine Of My Life by Red Letters

The King's Doctor MBC June 29 - November 20 Dito Ka Lang Sa Aking Tabi by Marte

Pinocchio SBS July 1 - August 27 P'wede ba?” by 3LOGY

Reply 1997 tvN August 10 - September 4 Umaasa pa rin ako by The Mike Bon Gang

Legendary Women MBC August 31 - November 5 Sana by Jennylyn Mercado

Someone Like You TTV November 2 - February 5, 2016 Pag-ibig nga naman by Kilos

Ice Adonis tvN November 23 - February 12, 2016 Broken Heart by Kaligta

The Producers KBS December 21 - January 29, 2016 More Than Words by Six Part Invention

2016 Temptation SBS January 11 - March 10 I Love You, Goodbye by Hazel Faith

Carmina JTBC February 1 - March 23 Ako Na Lang Ang Bibitaw by Maricris Garcia

You're the Best KBS February 8 - April 28 Kay Tagal by Mark Carpio
Hi School Love On KBS March 28 - May 31 Fool Again by Angelo Villegas

Love Me, Heal Me MBC May 10 - July 20 How Do I Live by Marika Sasaki

Secret Hotel tvN June 1 - June 24 Di Na Kita Mahal by Hazel Faith ft. Michael Pangilinan

I Heart You Doc MBC June 1 - July 1 Love Is All That Matters by OTM

Mamaw-in-Law SBS June 27 - August 26 Maybe by K.A. Antonio

Oh My Venus KBS2 July 4 - August 12 Kung Pwede Lang by Sabrina

Descendants of the Sun KBS2 July 25 - September 16

The Healer KBS2 July 25 - September 28 Destiny by BOU

Angel's Revenge KBS2 August 29 - November 11 Permanent by Sabrina

Oh My Ghost tvN October 3 - December 1 Back To You by Marika Sasaki

Code Name: Yong Pal SBS December 5 - January 26, 2017 Give Me One More Chance by Derrick Monasterio

The Big One JTBC January 23 - Present
2017
Pretty Woman MBC January 30 - Present Paggising by TOP
QTV[edit]
2005–2011[edit]

List of Asian dramas aired from 2005 to 2011 [hide]

Year Title Original Network Pilot Episode Notes

All In SBS

Wish Upon A Star MBC

Heaven's Coin NTV

2005

Golden Bowl NTV

Star TTV

Toast CTS

2006 Super Rookie MBC
Sorry, I Love You KBS

Over The Green Fields KBS

Phoenix MBC

Hi Fly TTV

The Always The Two of Us Fuji TV

GMA News TV[edit]
2016–Present[edit]

List of Asian dramas aired from 2016 to Present [hide]

Year Title Original Network Broadcast Period Notes

2016 Pinocchio SBS July 11 - August 05

The Producers KBS July 11 - August 12
Empress Ki MBC July 12 - January 19, 2017

Future's Choice KBS August 08 - September 2

King of Ambition SBS August 15 - September 16

Coffee Prince MBC September 19 - October 14

Secret Garden SBS October 17 - November 25

Women In The Sun KBS November 28 - December 30

Secret Love KBS December 10 - present

The Master's Sun SBS January 02 - February 03

2017 Full House KBS January 23 - Present

Prime Minister and I KBS February 06 - Present

Source/Credit: 1, 2, 3, 4
Localization[edit]
Main article: List of telenovelas of GMA Network

The success of Korean dramas has also prompted GMA Network to do remakes.

List of Filipino adapations of Korean dramas by GMA Network from 2008-present [hide]

Original Series' Original
Title Cast Year Original Cast Year Reference
Name Network

Ako si Kim Regine Velasquez, Mark Anthony My Lovely Sam Kim Sun-a, Hyun Bin, Jung Ryeo-
2008 MBC 2005 [4][5][6]

Samsoon Fernandez and Nadine Samonte Soon won and Daniel Henney

Sunshine Dizon, Iza Calzado, Mark Chae Rim, Kim So-yeon, Jang
All About Eve 2009 All About Eve MBC 2000 [7][8][9]

Anthony Fernandez and Alfred Vargas Dong-gun and Han Jae-suk

Kwon Sang-woo, Choi Ji-
Stairway to Dingdong Dantes, Rhian Ramos, Glaiza Stairway to 2003-
2009 SBS woo, Kim Tae-hee and Shin [10][11][12]

Heaven de Castro and TJ Trinidad Heaven 2004
Hyun-joon

Heart Evangelista, Richard 2009- Rain, Song Hye-kyo, Han Eun-
Full House Full House KBS2 2004 [13][14][15]

Gutierrez, Isabel Oli and Patrick Garcia 2010 jung and Kim Sung-soo

[16][17][18]
Endless Love Marian Rivera, Dingdong Dantes, Dennis 2010 Autumn in My KBS2 Song Hye-kyo, Song Seung- 2000
Trillo and Nadine Samonte Heart heon, Won Bin and Han Chae-
young

Kris Bernal, Aljur Abrenica, Max The 1st Shop of Yoon Eun-hye, Gong Yoo, Lee
Coffee Prince 2012 MBC 2007 [19][20][21]

Collins and Benjamin Alves Coffee Prince Sun-kyun and Chae Jung-an

Jang Seo-hee, Byun Woo-
Temptation of Marian Rivera, Dennis Trillo, Glaiza de 2012- Temptation of
SBS min, Kim Seo-hyung and Lee Jae- 2009 [22][23][24]

Wife Castro and Rafael Rosell 2013 Wife
hwang

My Love from My Love from the
Jennylyn Mercado and Gil Cuerva 2017 SBS Jun Ji Hyun and Kim Soo-hyun 2013 [25]

the Star Star

Upcoming programs[edit]

Original
Title Pilot Airing Cast Year Reference
Network

All About My Mom TBA Eugene and Lee Sang-woo 2015 KBS [26]

Secret Healer TBA Yoon Shi-yoon and Kim Sae-ron 2016 jTBC [27]

Park Hae-jin, Kim Go-eun, Lee Sung-kyung,
Cheese in the Trap TBA 2016 tvN [28]

and Nam Joo-hyuk
Let's Fight Ghost! TBA Ok Taec-yeon and Kim So-hyun 2016 tvN [29]

Jealousy Incarnate TBA Gong Hyo-jin, Jo Jung-suk, and Go Kyung-pyo 2016 SBS [30]

Marriage Contract TBA Lee Seo-jin and Uee 2016 MBC [31]

Scarlet Heart TBA Lee Joon-gi, IU, Kang Ha-neul, and Hong Jong-hyun 2016 SBS [32]

Cinderella and Four Park So-dam, Jung Il-woo, Ahn Jae-hyun, Lee Jung-
TBA 2016 tvN [33]

Knights shin, and Choi Min

Something About 1% TBA Ha Seok-jin and Jeon So-min 2016 Dramax [34]

Saimdang TBA Lee Young-ae and Song Seung-heon 2017 SBS [35]

My Sassy Girl TBA Joo Won and Oh Yeon-seo 2017 SBS [36]

Tomorrow With You TBA Shin Min-a and Lee Je-hoon 2017 tvN [37]

Innocent Defendant TBA Ji Sung, Um Ki-joon and Kwon Yu-ri 2017 SBS [38]
See also[edit]

 List of programs broadcast by GMA Network

 List of telenovelas of GMA Network

 List of programs aired by GMA Network

 List of programs broadcast by GMA News TV

 List of programs aired by Q/GMA News TV

 The First and True Home of Asianovelas

 Korean television dramas in the Philippines

References[edit]

1. Jump up^ "Profile Photos - GMA Asianovelas: The Heart of Asia". Facebook.

2. Jump up^ "Timeline Photos - GMA Asianovelas: The Heart of Asia". Facebook.

3. Jump up^ "Mas lalamig pa ang mga gabi kasama ang 'Midnight Horror Stories'". gmanetwork.com (in Filipino). GMA Network Inc. 19
February 2016. Retrieved 12 March 2016.

4. Jump up^ http://www.gmanetwork.com/entertainment/gma/articles/2008-06-24/4294/Kim-Sam-soon-on-GMA, 'Kim Sam Soon' soon on
GMA 7

5. Jump up^ http://www.buhaykorea.com/2008/07/02/my-name-is-kim-sam-soon-pinoy-version/, 'My Name is Kim Sam Soon' Pinoy
version

6. Jump up^ http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=vNyzp4GI7h8, 'Ako si Kim Samsoon'
7. Jump up^ http://www.gmanetwork.com/entertainment/gma/articles/2009-03-04/5522/All-about-ambition-ang-latest-GMA-7-Koreanovela-
remake, All abou ambition ang latest GMA 7 Koreanovela remake

8. Jump up^ http://www.istorya.net/forums/tvs-and-movies-12/177055-gma-7s-all-eve.html, GMA7's 'All About Eve'

9. Jump up^ http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Lay1T75VSVg, 'All About Eve' Full Trailer

10. Jump up^ http://www.pep.ph/photos/1419/%22Stairway_To_Heaven%22_cast_members, 'Stairway to Heaven' cast members

11. Jump up^ http://www.starcentralmagazine.com/filipino/foreign-news/2009/07/29/make-way-for-the-philippine-version-of-stairway-to-
heaven/, Make way for the Philippine version of 'Stairway to Heaven'

12. Jump up^ http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=dxRssF6HBLo, 'Stairway to Heaven' Teaser

13. Jump up^ http://www.pep.ph/guide/tv/5166/philippine-remake-of-full-house-will-air-pilot-episode-on-nov-30, Philippine remake of 'Full
House' will air pilot on Nove. 30

14. Jump up^ http://www.candymag.com/teentalk/index.php?topic=170838.0, 'FULL HOUSE' REMAKE ON GMA 7!

15. Jump up^ http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=eP-tNC4uncA, 'Full House' Pinoy Remake

16. Jump up^ http://www.philstar.com/cebu-entertainment/587218/marian-dingdong-team-anew-remake-endless-love, Marian, Dingdong
team up anew In remake of 'Endless Love'

17. Jump up^ http://www.pep.ph/photos/1780/cast-members-endless-love, Cast members: 'Endless Love'

18. Jump up^ http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Xgs0Izz3TSQ, 'Endless Love' Trailer

19. Jump up^ http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/273821/showbiz/chikaminute/remake-ng-coffee-prince-hamon-para-kina-kris-bernal-
aljur-abrenica, Remake ng 'Coffee Prince' hamon para kina Kris Bernal at Aljur Abrenica

20. Jump up^ http://asianovela.com/buzz/aljur-abrenica-and-kris-bernal-topbill-gma-7-remake-of-coffee-prince/, Aljur Abrenica and Kris
Bernal topbill GMA 7's remake of 'Coffee Prince'

21. Jump up^ http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=M0GoEcap9do, 'Coffee Prince' teaser
22. Jump up^ http://www.pep.ph/photos/3352/cast-members-temptation-of-wife, Cast members: 'Temptation of Wife'

23. Jump up^ http://www.pep.ph/guide/tv/10672/rafael-rosell-transfers-to-gma-7-will-soon-co-star-with-marian-rivera-and-dennis-trillo,
Rafael Rosell transfers to GMA 7, will soon co-star with Marian Rivera and Dennis Trillo

24. Jump up^ http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=IlvazjU4Ico, 'Endless Love' Full Trailer

25. Jump up^ "Jennylyn Mercado confirmed as Steffi in My Love From The Star". August 8, 2016.

26. Jump up^ http://www.gmanetwork.com/

27. Jump up^ http://www.gmanetwork.com/

28. Jump up^ http://www.gmanetwork.com/

29. Jump up^ http://www.gmanetwork.com/

30. Jump up^ http://www.gmanetwork.com/

31. Jump up^ http://www.gmanetwork.com/

32. Jump up^ http://www.gmanetwork.com/

33. Jump up^ http://www.gmanetwork.com/

34. Jump up^ http://www.gmanetwork.com/

35. Jump up^ http://www.gmanetwork.com/

36. Jump up^ http://www.gmanetwork.com/

37. Jump up^ http://www.gmanetwork.com/

38. Jump up^ http://www.gmanetwork.com/
Fox Filipino
Fox Filipino is an archive entertainment cable channel in the Philippines network owned by Fox Networks Group Philippines. It features
Filipino-produced programming from GMA Network and TV5 as well as Filipino movies from GMA Films, entries from the Cinemalaya
Philippine Independent Film Festival, selected Asian and Hollywood movies, and selected programming from TVN dubbed in Filipino
language.[1][2][3]

Fox Filipino

Launched March 1, 2012

Network GMA Network

Owned by Fox International Channels

Philippines

(OmniContent Management, Inc.)
Scenarios, Inc. (a subsidiary of GMA

Network, Inc.)

Picture format 480i (SDTV)

Country Philippines

Broadcast area Philippines

Headquarters Pasig City, Philippines

Availability

Satellite

Cignal Digital TV Channel 24

(Nationwide)

Dream Satellite TV Channel 11

(Nationwide)

G Sat Channel 8

(Nationwide)

Cable

Cablelink Channel 53
(Metro Manila)

Parasat Cable TV Channel 50

(Cagayan de Oro City)

Satellite Cable Network, Channel 32

Inc.

(Pampanga, Philippines)

Current programming[edit]
Drama[edit]

 Adarna [a]

 It Started with a Kiss [b]

 My Destiny [a]

 Rhodora X [a]

 The Walking Dead [b] [c]
Anthology[edit]

 Wagas [d]
Comedy[edit]

 Bubble Gang [e]
 JejeMom [e]
Public affairs[edit]

 Born to be Wild [e]

 Wish Ko Lang [e]
Informative[edit]

 Camera Trap: Wild Scene Investigation [b] [f]
Original programing[edit]

 Native Tongue
Film and special presentations[edit]

 Cinemalaya

 Super Sine

Upcoming programs[edit]

 Hiram na Puso [a]

 Kids on Q [g]

 Magkano Ba ang Pag-ibig? [a]

 Sinasamba Kita [a]

 Time of My Life [a]
Previous programming[edit]

 100% Pinoy [a]

 Adik Sa'Yo [a]

 Ako si Kim Samsoon [a]

 Amaya [a]

 Alakdana [a]

 All About Eve [a]

 Ang Babaeng Hinugot sa Aking Tadyang [a]

 Asian Treasures [a]

 Babaeng Hampaslupa [a]

 Babangon Ako't Dudurugin Kita [a]

 Bakekang [a]

 Bantatay [a]

 Balikbayan [g]

 Beauty Queen [a]

 Captain Barbell [a]

 Codename: Asero [a]
 Cielo de Angelina [a]

 Darna [a]

 Dyesebel [a]

 Dwarfina [a]

 Encantadia [a]

 Enchanted Garden [h]

 Endless Love [a]

 Gagambino [a]

 Glamorosa [h]

 Grazilda [a]

 Habang Kapiling Ka [a]

 Ikaw Sana [a]

 Indio [a]

 Impostora [a]

 Ilumina [a]

 Ina, Kasusuklaman Ba Kita? [a]

 Joaquin Bordado [a]
 Kamandag [a]

 The Last Prince [a]

 Legacy [a]

 Luna Blanca [a]

 Luna Mystika [a]

 La Vendetta [a]

 Magdusa Ka [a]

 Majika [a]

 My Husband's Lover [a]

 MariMar [a]

 Mundo Mo'y Akin [a]

 Mulawin [a]

 Muli [a]

 My Beloved [a]

 Munting Heredera [a]

 Nandito Ako [h]

 Paano Ba Ang Mangarap? [a]
 Pahiram ng Sandali [a]

 Panday Kids [a]

 Pepito Manaloto [e]

 Pinoy Abroad [a]

 Pinoy Meets World [a]

 Sa Ngalan ng Ina [h]

 Rod Santiago's The Sisters [h]

 Stairway to Heaven [a]

 Sugo [a]

 Super Twins [a]

 Trudis Liit [a]
Foreign[edit]

 Alpha Dogs [f]

 La Teniente

Notes[edit]

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2. ^ Jump up to:a b c Dubbed in Filipino.
3. Jump up^ Also being broadcast on FOX.

4. Jump up^ Currently being broadcast on GMA News TV.

5. ^ Jump up to:a b c d e Currently being broadcast on GMA.

6. ^ Jump up to:a b Also being broadcast on National Geographic Channel.

7. ^ Jump up to:a b Originally aired on Q.

8. ^ Jump up to:a b c d e Originally aired on TV5.

References[edit]

1. Jump up^ 24 Oras: Ilang Programa ng GMA Network, maipapalabas na sa Fox Filipino Channel retrieved via YouTube via gmanews
user 02-15-2012

2. Jump up^ GMA Signs Deal With Fox | Manila Bulletin retrieved via mb.com.ph 02-01-2012

3. Jump up^ GMA Worldwide signs 3-year output deal with FOX International Channels Archived June 9, 2013, at the Wayback Machine.
retrieved via positivenewsmedia.com 02-01-2012

External links[edit]

 Fox Filipino on Facebook

 Fox Filipino on Twitter

 Fox Filipino on Instagram
List of programs broadcast by Intercontinental Broadcasting
Corporation
This is a list of programs broadcast by Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation. For previously aired defunct shows of this network,
see List of programs previously broadcast by Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation.

Currently aired programs[edit]
Newscasts[edit]

 IBC NewsBreak (1992-1994, 2014)

 News Team 13 (2011)

 RadyoBisyon (2014) (live simulcast thru PTV-4)
Entertainment and lifestyle[edit]

 ChinaTown TV (2010) (produced by Horizon of The Sun Communications)
Sports[edit]
Cockfighting[edit]

 Bakbakan Na (2013)

 Chicken Talk (2016)

 STV: Ang Sabong TV ng Bayan (2005-2011, 2013)

 Thunderbird Sabong Nation (2014)
 Tukaan (1998)
Infomercials[edit]

 EZ Shop (2004)

 Tagamend (2001)

 TV Shop Philippines (2015)
Educational[edit]

 Cooltura (2011-2012, re-run; 2012-2015, 2016)
Religious[edit]

 El Shaddai (1992)

 Family TV Mass (2002-2014, 2015)

 INCTV Block (only applied in IBC 13 Cebu)

 Kerygma TV (2011)

 Oras ng Katotohanan (1991-1995; 2001)

Previously aired programming[edit]
Main article: List of programs previously broadcast by Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation

See also[edit]

 Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation
References[edit]

List of programs previously broadcast by Intercontinental
Broadcasting Corporation
Below the list of programs previously aired by IBC 13. For the current shows of this network, see List of programs broadcast by IBC.

Local defunct shows[edit]
IBC News and Public Affairs[edit]

Newscasts[edit]

 The 11 O'Clock News (1990–1992)

 Balita sa IBC (1986–1990)

 Balita sa IBC Huling Ulat (1987–1989)

 Balita sa Tanghali (1987–1989)

 Bantay Balita (1990)

 CNN News Update

 CTN Midnite (1995–1998)

 Eight o' Clock Newsbreak

 Headline Trese (1989-1992, 1997-1998)
 IBC 11 O'Clock News (1992-1995)

 IBC Balita Ngayon (1998-2000)

 IBC Express Balita (1998-2011)

 IBC Headliners (1994-2011)

 IBC News 5 O'Clock Report (1992)

 IBC News 5:30 Report (1992-1995)

 IBC News Tonight (2002-2011)

 IBC Newsbreak (1992–1994)

 IBC TV X-Press (1995–1997)

 International News Report (1992-1993)

 Islands Newsbreak (1991–1992)

 Mid-day Report (1975–1987)

 News @ 1 (several times)

 News @ 6 (several times)

 News and Views with Abel Cruz (2009–2011)

 News Team 13 @ 10pm (2011-2015)

 Newsday (1975–1986)
 PSE Live: The Stock Market Today (1996–1997)

 Ronda Trese (2000–2002)
Public affairs programs[edit]

 30/30

 Agring-Agri (1990–1991)

 Ang Paghahatol (Impeachment Trial of Joseph Estrada): The IBC 13 News Coverage (2000)

 Asenso Pinoy (2006–2011)

 AutoVote 2010 (2010)

 Bagong Maunlad na Agrikultura (2010-2011)

 Bahay at Bahay (1991-1998)

 Botong Wais (2001)

 Buhay Pinoy (2005–2008, 2008-2011)

 Business and Beyond (2016)

 COMELEC Hour (1980)

 Counterpoint with Atty. Salvador Panelo (2009–2010)

 Dial M (2010)

 Entrepinoy Start-Up (2003–2005)

 The Estrada Presidency (1998–2001)
 Export... Made in the Philippines

 Extra Express (2010-2011)

 For God and Country (1995)

 FVR Up Close (1992–1998)

 Gen EleXions: The Comelec Time '98 (1998)

 Good Take (2000–2005, 2009)

 Hanep Buhay

 Ikaw ang Humatol (1991-1997)

 Kapihan sa Media ng Bayan (2015)

 Kapihan sa Nayon

 Konsumer Korner (1995–1996)

 LGU

 Linawin Natin (2001-2007)

 Lingkod Bayan ni Tony Falcon (1999-2000)

 Look Up with Evelyn Atayde (1990)

 Mag Agri Tayo (1990)

 Magandang Umaga Ba? (1995-1998)
 Malacañang Press Conference

 Meet The Press

 Metro Magazine (1980)

 Morning Brew (1990–1992)

 Nation's Peacekeepers (2010–2011)

 No Nonsense! (1991–1995)

 One Morning Cafe (2007–2010)

 One on One (1994)

 Opinyon at Desisyon

 OPS-PIA: Ugnayan sa Hotel Rembrandt (1992-2001)

 Paliwanagan (2001)

 People First (2002-2003)

 Plataporma at Isyu (1987)

 Public Forum (1986–1989)

 Pulsong Pinoy (2011–2013)

 Radyo Kongreso sa Telebisyon (2007)

 Report Kay Boss (2013-2016)
 Serbis on the Go (2004–2008)

 Serbisyong Bayan

 Straight to the Point (2009)

 Talakayan ng Bayan

 Tapatan Kay Luis Beltran (1987–1988)

 Truth Forum (1987–1991)

 Ugnayang Pambansa

 Ugnayan sa Tri-Media

 Up Close and Personal with Marissa del Mar (2002–2011)

 Edinell Calvario (1996)

 Vigilantes (1970–1972; 1973–1975)

 The Working President (2001–2010)
Public service[edit]

 Amerika Atbp. (2000–2008)

 Bitag (2003-2011)

 Citizens Patrol (2000-2001)

 Direct Line

 Gabay at Aksyon (2007–2011)
 Hapi Kung Healthy (1999–2002)

 Health Line (2009-2013)

 Health Med (2011)

 Heartwatch (1992–1994)

 Hotline sa 13 (1990–1992)

 Ikaw at ang Batas

 Iyo Ang Katarungan (2003–2010)

 Kalusugan ay Kayamanan (1990)

 Kalusugan ng Bayan

 Kasangga Mo Ang Langit (2008-2013)

 Mahal (1990–1998)

 Nora Mismo (2002-2003)

 Rescue 911

 RX: Nutrisyon at Kalusugan (2011)

 Saklolo Abugado (2001)

 SSS: Kabalikat Natin (2010–2011)

 Ultimatum (2009–2010)
 Usap-Usapan Live (1990-1992)
Drama/serials[edit]

 24 Oras

 Aiko Drama Special (1990-1995)

 Aksyon sa Telebisyon

 Alagad

 All About Adam (2010)

 Andrea Amor (1986)

 Ang Tungkod ni Moises

 Buhay Kartero (1994)

 Dahong Ginto (1973-1975)

 Dear Heart (1998-2000, produced by Vintage Television and Viva Television)

 Dear Teacher

 El Corazon de Oro (1989-1990)

 Familia de Honor

 H2K: Hati-Hating Kapatid (2000-2001, produced by Viva Television)

 Habang May Buhay (2000-2002, produced by Viva Television)

 Hiyas (1986-1987, produced by AstroVisions)
 IBC Love Stories (1993)

 Ito ang Inyong Tia Dely

 Kapag May Katwiran, Ipaglaban Mo! (1990–1992)

 Kroko: Takas sa Zoo (2010)

 Krusada Kontra Korupsyon (2007–2008)

 Krusada Kontra Krimen (2005–2007)

 Manila Manila

 May Bukas Pa (2000, produced by Viva Television)

 Mga Himala at Gintong Aral ng El Shaddai (1994-1997)

 Noli Me Tangere (2013-2014)

 Pangarap Kong Jackpot (1997-1998; re-aired 2007-2010)

 Pangako ng Lupa (2002, produced by Viva Television)

 Regal Drama Presents

 Regal Juvenile

 Regal Theatre (1987)

 Seiko TV Presents

 Subic Bay (2000-2001, produced by Viva Television)
 Ula ang Batang Gubat (1990-1991)

 Viva Telecine sa 13 (1987-1988)
Fantasy/horror[edit]

 Computer Kid

 Computer Man (1990-1991)

 Kagat ng Dilim (2000-2002, produced by Viva Television)

 Magic Kamison

 Mga Kuwento ni Lola Basyang

 Ora Engkantada (1986-1990)

 Pinoy Thriller

 Reelen & Rocken

 Seiko Supernatural Stories (1988)

 Stowaway

 Takot Ka Ba Sa Dilim? (1998-1999, produced by Vintage Television and Viva Television)
Comedy/sitcoms[edit]

 13, 14, 15 (1989–1992)

 24 Karats Daw, O 'Di Ba?

 Ang Boyfriend Kong Mamaw
 Ang Manok Ni San Pedro (1990–1991)

 Ayos Lang, Tsong! (1988)

 Back to Iskul Bukol (1999-2000, produced by Vintage Television and Viva Television)

 Barok-an Subdivision (1977–1978)

 Bistek

 Brodkast Workshap

 Buddy Buddy

 Buhok Pinoy (1977)

 C.U.T.E. (Call Us Two for Entertainment)

 Chicks to Chicks (1980–1986)

 Daddy Ko, Daddy Ko!

 D'Kilabotinis

 Don Kamote de la Mantsa (1985)

 Eh Kasi, Babae (1987)

 Four Da Boys (1991-1993)

 Gags Must Be Crazy (2000-2001, produced by Viva Television)

 Gets Mo? Gets Ko!
 Goin' Bananas (1986-1987)

 Goin' Bayabas (1998-1999, produced by Vintage Television)

 Hapi House (1987)

 Iskul Bukol (1978–1990)

 J2J

 K

 Kalatog Pa Rin (1989)

 Kopi Shop (2002)

 Last Fool Show (2000-2001)

 Let's Go

 Mag Smile Club Na!

 Mongolian Barbecue (1990-1991)

 O 'Di Ba?

 O, Sige!

 OK Lang

 OK 'tol

 Okay Ka Fairy Ko (1987–1989, produced by M-ZET TV Productions)
 Pinoy TV Komiks

 PTL: Plato, Traysikel at Ligaya

 Pubhouse (1987-1988)

 S.A.T.S.U. (2002)

 Sic O'Clock News (1987-1989)

 T.A.H.O.! (Tawanan at Awitan kay Hesus Oras-oras)

 T.O.D.A.S.: Totally Outrageous Delightful All-Star Show (1981–1989)

 T.O.D.A.S. Again (1993)

 Takeshi's Castle (1990)

 TVJ: Television's Jesters (1990-1992)

 Wow! (1998-2000, produced by Vintage Television)
Kid-oriented[edit]

 Abakada Barkada

 Ang Galing Mo Bata

 Chikiting Patrol

 Cyberkidz

 FNRI Puppet Videos (2011)

 Funfare
 Kidcetera (2003)

 Kidding Aside

 Kulit Bulilit

 Mga Bata Pa Kami

 Smart Cookies

 Televisions

 Tic Tac Boom (1988)

 TV Wonderland

 Y2K: Yes 2 Kids (1998-2003)
Talk shows[edit]

 Chairman of the Board and Company

 Friday Night at the Movies (1980)

 IBC Nightline

 It's My Life with Troy Montero (2011)

 Klik na Klik sa Trese (1997-2001)

 Maiba Naman with Didi Domingo (1994-1995)

 Morning Brew

 Pilipinas Ngayon (2003)
 Serbisyong Bayan

 Star Cafe (1987)

 Sunrise sa Tanghali

 Talakayan Ng Bayan
Showbiz-oriented talk shows[edit]

 Celebrity DAT Com (2003–04)

 Premiere Night

 Rumors, Facts, & Humors

 Scoop

 See True (1982–86, produced by LOCA Productions)

 Seeing Stars with Joe Quirino (1977-1986)

 Showbiz Eye

 Showbiz Talkies

 Showbiz Unlimited (2015, season break)

 Sine Silip

 Stars & Spies

 True or False (1985, produced by LOCA Productions)
Variety and musical[edit]

 Alas Dose sa Trese (1999–2000)

 Apat Na Sikat (1975–1981)

 Awitawanan (1990-1992)

 Baliw

 By Request (2009-2011)

 Chairman and Friends at Faces (1990-1991)

 Chowtime Na! (2005–2006)

 Dance Tonight (1988)

 The Dawn And Jimmy Show

 Dito Na Kami (mid-1970s?)

 DMZ TV (1998–2005)

 Chopsuey Espesyal (1998)

 It's Chowtime! (2004-05)

 Good Afternoon Po... Guguluhin Namin Kayo... Salamat Po (1975-77)

 The Jazz Show (1991)

 Kalatog sa Trese
 Klik na Klik sa Trese (1997-2001)

 Kuh by Special Arrangement

 Loveliness (1988–1990)

 Lunch Break (2000–2002)

 Lunch Break Muna! (2002-2003)

 Maricel Live! (1986)

 MTV Philippines (2005)

 Once Upon a Turntable

 Pinoy Music Video

 PY (Philippine Variety Show)

 Rap 13 (1997–1998)

 Ratsada E (2007–2008)

 Regal Family

 Saturday Night Live

 The Sharon Cuneta Show (September 1986–1988, produced by Viva Television)

 SMS: Sunday Mall Show (2005-2006)

 Stand Out Party
 Superstar: The Legend (1989-1990)

 Teen Star (1980)

 This Is It! (1983–1984)

 Tunog Kalye
Game shows[edit]

 Fastbreak (1999–2000, produced by Vintage Television)

 Game Channel (2003-2004)

 Islands Gamemasters (1990-1992)

 The Weakest Link (2001-2002, produced by Viva Television)

 Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? (2000-2002, produced by Viva Television)
Reality shows[edit]

 On-Air Tambayan (January–July 2005)

 SINGLE (Celebrity Single and Season VII, January–July 2005)
Talent shows[edit]

 Paligsahan sa Awit

 Pasikatan sa 13 (1992–1994)

 Star for a Night (2002-2003, produced by Viva Television)
Sports shows[edit]

 ABP Touchdown (2015)

 AKTV (2011-2013)

 Auto Review

 BYK101 (2003-2004)

 CESAFI (2015)

 Football Fanatics (2014)

 The Golf Channel Hour (1998)

 Golf Power (2000)

 Hataw Pinoy

 Jai Alai Games (1980)

 KKK: Kabayo, Karera, Karerista

 The Main Event (2002-2013, produced by Viva Sports)

 Manny Pacquiao Sports Idol (2004)

 Metropolitan Basketball Association (1998)

 Motoring Today

 NAASCU (2015)
 NBA Action

 NBA on IBC (1996-2004)

 NCAA on AKTV (2012)

 NFL Touchdown (1996)

 PBA Classics on Vintage Sports (1996)

 PBA D-League (2011-2013, 2014-2015)

 PBA on AKTV/Sports5 (2011-2013)

 PBA on NBN-IBC (2003)

 PBA on Vintage Sports (1996–1999)

 PBA on Viva TV (2000–2002)

 Pilipinas Sabong Sports

 Ringside at Elorde (1983-1987)

 Rod Nazario's In This Corner

 Sagupaan Global Cockfights

 Shakey's V-League (2004)

 Shoot Fest (2001)

 Sports Review
 Sports Valley Jai-Alai (2009-2010)

 Take Me Out of the Ball Game (1998)

 Tapondo at ang Tigasin

 Tennis Review

 UAAP Games (1979-1988)

 United Football League (2011-2013)

 Universities and Colleges Basketball League (2016)

 World Pool League (2002)
Educational programs[edit]

 Ating Alamin (1994-2005, 2007-2009)

 Beauty School with Ricky Reyes (1988-1990)

 Communicating with Wilma (1980)

 Cooking It Up with Nora (1977)

 Cooltura (2011–2012)

 Gintong Uhay (2011)

 Home Sweet House

 Mommy Academy (produced by Ka Gerry Geronimo Productions, 2003-2008)

 A Taste of Life with Heny Sison (2000-2007)
 Tipong Pinoy (1998 version; 2010-2015)

 Tipong Pinoy (2003 version; 2011-2013)
Travel shows[edit]

 AM @ IBC (2003-2007)

 Bayan ni Juan (2001)

 Biyaheng Langit (2008–2013)

 LakbayTV (2003)

 Magandang Umaga Ba? (1995-1998)

 Travel and Trade with Snooky Serna/Lara Fabregas/Chiqui Roa (2001-2002; re-runs, 2010-2011, 2014)

 Travel: Philippines (2002-2004)

 Travel Time (1986–1991)
Other programs[edit]

 Asian Music Television

 Details 0923 (1997-1998)

 EBC Earth Files

 EZ Buy (2015-2016)

 Global Family Series (2003-2005)

 Home Shopping Network (2004-2011, 2014-2015)
 Japan Video Topics

 Kinabuhing Sugbuanon (1977)

 Quantum Channel

 Retro TV (2003, re-runs 2004-2007, 2014)

 Shop Japan (2016)

 Shopping Bug

 Smart TV Shopping

 Value Vision
Religious[edit]

 All For Jesus Happenings (1979-1995)

 Ang Dating Daan (1983-1984, 1987-1989, 1990-1992)

 Ang Iglesia ni Cristo

 Asin At Ilaw

 The Bishop's Move

 Bukas-Loob sa Diyos

 Don Stewart Power & Mercy

 Friends Again (1999–2007)

 The Gospel of the Kingdom with Pastor Apollo C. Quiboloy (2001-05; 2012–15, hook-up with SMNI)
 Great Day to Live with Bro. Greg Durante

 The Hour Of Truth (1991-95)

 Iglesia ni Cristo and the Bible

 Jesus Miracle Crusade (1975-88)

 Jimmy Swaggart

 Mag Smile Club Na! (1996–99)

 The Message (1992-1998)

 A New Life With Jesus

 Nothing But a Truth

 Oras ng Himala

 P.Y. (Praise Youth) (1992–96)

 Power to Unite with Elvira (2010-2011)

 Powerline (1995-2004)

 The Rex Humbard World Outreach Ministry (1977)

 Saint Peregrine: TV Sunday Mass (1989-2008)

 Stop Suffering (1998)

 Study In The Word (1982-85)
 T.A.H.O (Tawanan at Awitan kay Hesus Oras-oras) (1993–96)

 This is Your Day (2001–2011)
Foreign shows[edit]

 The Adventures of Sinbad

 Afternoon Affair

 All-Star Professional Wrestling

 America's Funniest Home Videos

 America's Funniest People

 Armored Fleet Dairugger XV

 ATC @ IBC (2014)

 Battle Ball

 Bikini Open

 Bioman

 Candy Candy

 Care Bears

 Casper and the Angels

 Challenge of the GoBots

 Computer Kid
 Computer Man

 Crayon Shin-chan (2001-2003)

 Cyberkidz

 Cyborg 009

 Cyborg Kuro-chan (2001-2003)

 Daimos

 The Dating Game

 Denver, the Last Dinosaur

 Dragon Quest

 Fiveman (1994-2000; Tagalog version)

 G.I. Joe

 The Gallant Men

 Game Girls

 Gatchaman

 Getter Robo

 Getter Robo G

 Ghost Fighter (1994-1996)
 GoGo V (2001-2004)

 Hi-5 (2014)

 Inspector Gadget

 Jiban (Tagalog Version)

 Kamen Rider BLACK (Tagalog version; 1992–1999)

 Kawaii International (2014-2016)

 Kawaii PH TV (2014-2016)

 King Arthur (1982)

 Knights and Warriors

 The Lost Islands

 Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous

 Lone Ranger

 Lulu, The Flower Girl

 Machineman (Tagalog version; 1992–1997)

 Maskman (1989-1998)

 Max Headroom

 Metalders (Tagalog version; 1992–1999)
 The Mighty Jungle

 Mighty Man and Yukk

 Mighty Orbots

 NBA games ( 1996-2004; aired on Vintage Television 1996-1999)

 ONE Fighting Championship (2013-2015)

 Pac-Man

 Pacific Blue

 Party of Five

 Plastic Man

 Popeye

 Rambo and the Forces of Freedom

 Saber Rider and the Star Sheriffs

 Saved By The Bell

 Secrets & Mysteries

 Sesame Street (1987-1989)

 Sky Commanders

 The Smurfs
 Snorks

 Solid Gold

 Shaider (1992-1994)

 A Star is Born

 Starzinger

 Super Boink

 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

 That's Incredible! (1990-1992)

 The Transformers

 Thundersub

 Time Quest

 Tom and Jerry

 Totally Hidden Video

 Turboranger (1994-2000; Tagalog version)

 Value Vision

 Video Fashion

 Voltes V
 Voltron

 War of the Worlds

 Widget

 The Wild Wild West (1977-1981)

 Winspector (Tagalog version)

 Wok With Yan

 Woody Woodpecker

 Yogi Bear
Sports coverages[edit]

 1990 Beijing Asian Games

 1991 Manila SEA Games

 1993 Singapore SEA Games

 1998 Bangkok Asian Games (with Vintage Television)

 2003 World Pool Masters

 2005 Philippine SEA Games (together with ABC 5, ABS-CBN NBN-4 and SBN 21)

 2011 Southeast Asian Games (together with ABS-CBN Sports, and Studio 23)

 34th Cebuana Lhuillier PCA Open ITF Men's Futures (October 16-18, 2015)

 12th Euromed Storm International Bowling Masters Challenge (October 8, 2015)
 Clear Dream Match: Team Phil vs. Team James^ (August 24, 2013)

 Manny Pacquiao vs. Shane Mosley Fight^ (May 8, 2011)

 Manny Pacquiao vs. Juan Manuel Marquez Marquez 3 Boxing Fight^ (2011)

 Manny Pacquiao vs. Brandon Rios: Fight as One1 (November 24–26, 2013)

 ONE FC: Return of Warriors/Rise to Power Special (November 25–26, 2013)

 ONE FC: Champions and Warriors (Kings and Champions/Battle of Heroes) special (November 25–26, 2013)

 Pagalingan '97: 3rd Ming Ramos Golf Classic (October 18, 1997)

 Ring Kings: Cotto Vs. Mayweather Boxing Fight^ (2012)

 Vindication: Manny Pacquiao vs. Timothy Bradley II Fight¹ (April 13–14, 2014)
^in cooperation with AKTV/Sports5
1
with Solar Sports
Election coverages[edit]

 Botohan '98 (May 11-12, 1998, together with Radyo Veritas and Pilipino Star)

 Bantay Halalan 2001 (May 14-15, 2001, together with RPN, RMN, Manila Standard and Manila Bulletin)

 Hatol ng Bayan: Kampanya 2004 (May 10-11, 2004, together with NBN and RPN)

 Hatol ng Bayan 2007 (May 14-15, 2007, together with NBN and RPN)

 Hatol ng Bayan 2010 (May 10-11, 2010, together with NBN and RPN)

 Hatol ng Bayan 2013 (May 13-14, 2013, together with PTV)
 Hatol ng Bayan 2016 (May 9-10, 2016, together with PTV)
Movie blocks[edit]

 13's Mini Masterpiece

 Blockbuster Movies Weekly

 Box Office Highlights

 Chinese Movies

 Cine Pinoy

 Cineguide

 Cinema 13

 Cinemax

 Drama, Aksyon, Atbp

 Extreme Action Theater

 First Screening

 Ginintuang Ala-Ala

 IBC Movie Serials

 IBC Specials

 IBCinema Nights

 Movie Date
 Movie Eye

 Movie Time

 Now Showing (2000-2001)

 Pelikula sa Trese (1989)

 Pinoy Aksyon Hits

 PPP: Piling Piling Pelikula

 Primetime Sinemax

 Saturday Blockbusters

 Sine Itutuloy

 Sine Komiks (2009-2010)

 Sine Kulay

 Sine VTV (1998-1999; produced by Vintage Television)

 Sinemaks (1998-2003)

 Sunday's Big Showdown

 Sunday Night Special

 Thursday Night at the Movies (2000-2001)

 Top 10 Best Movie Trailers of the Week Compiled by Teddy Hayden Lim
 Tuesday Movie Treat

 Viva Box Office (2001-2003)

 Viva Premiere Night (2000-2001)

 Viva Proudly Presents (2000-2001)
Telenovelas[edit]

 Carita de Ángel (2001-2003)

 Maria del Cielo (2001-2002)

 Natalia (2002)

 Por un beso (2001-2003)

 La Teniente (2014)

 The Two Sides of Ana (2014)
Asianovela[edit]

 Amazing Twins (2003)

Television specials[edit]
 10th Fashion Extravaganza: Fashion Show for a Cause (December 26, 1998)

 The 17th Nanning International Folk Song Arts Festival Gala (September 27, 2015)

 1979 Miss International Pageant (December 7, 1979)

 89.1 DMZ Anniversary Special (2000)
 Anak TV Seal Awards (January 18, 2014)

 Ang Laban ni Ninoy (2005)

 Ang Pagdating ng Hari: Isang Pamaskong Alamat ni Fr. James Reuter, S.J. (UP Stage Play) (December 24, 2013)

 Ang Paglilitis: Katarungan para sa Bayan (January–May 2012, together with PTV)

 Ateneo Law School 25th Anniversary Documentary Special (2011)

 Balay Tirahan Kanlungan (September 2011; re-run, 2013-2014)

 Barack Obama: His Story1 (April 25–27, 2014)

 Bayanihan para sa Hagdang Palayan - A RTVM Special Feature (October 2013; re-runs, 2013-2014)

 Bridges of Love: A Regine Velasquez Concert (October 25, 2003)

 Catholic Mass Media Awards (2000, October 26, 2002)

 The Challenge of EDSA

 Christmas Mass with Pope John Paul II (December 2003)

 Conclave of Pope Benedict XVI: Live at the Vatican (April 2005)

 Disney on Ice (December 31, 2003-January 1, 2004)

 EDSA People Power 4th Anniversary Concert (February 25, 1990)

 An Enchanting Christmas Special (December 25, 2003)

 Hello... Hello... Maricel (March 1986)
 Homecoming Sa 13: Isang Pasasalamat (November 21, 1998)

 KBP Golden Dove Awards (1986–1989 and 2001)

 The Last Journey of Ninoy (2013)

 Mandela: "Messenger Of People"1 (April 25, 2014)

 Michelle Obama: The First Lady in Style1 (April 25–27, 2014)

 Miss Manila 2016 (June 26, 2016)

 Miss World 2001 (November 17, 2001)

 Music and the Spoken Word Easter Specials1 (April 20, 2014)

 Ninoy: The Legacy Comes an Age (August 21, 2004)

 Noli Me Tangere Rizal Day Marathon Special (December 30–31, 2013)

 One For The Heart: IBC 13 Pusong Pinoy Relaunch Special Live at the PICC (1988)

 Paalam... Pangulong Cory (August 1-5, 2009, together with NBN and RPN)

 Pagsisiyasat: PDAF Scamdalo (2013)

 Pahayag ng Tagumpay: Good Friday Reflections Special by Moringa Lifeoil (April 18, 2014)

 Philippine Military Academy Graduating Exercises (March, yearly)

 PMPC Star Awards for Movies (1984–1999)

 PMPC Star Awards for Television (1989-1999 and 2005)
 Regal at 15 (August 19, 1988)

 Review 2001: The IBC News and Public Affairs Yearender Special (December 21, 2001)

 Review 2002: The IBC News and Public Affairs Yearender Special (December 2002)

 Sa Tabi ng Inang Lawa: NCCA Documentary (2013–2014)

 Seven Last Words TV Special (produced by Make Mine Creative Productions, Good Friday 2011-ongoing)

 Sharon On Stage: One Night Only (2001)

 St. Josemaria is Like a Father Finding God In Everyday Work (Holy Week 2013-2014)

 A Taste of History: Isang Malinamnam na Kalayaan (June 12, 2012; re-runs, 2013-2014)

 Trese sa Trese (December 31, 2003)

 Tulong ng Bayan: Yolanda Watch (November 7–25, 2013, together with PTV)

 UST Christmas Concert Gala 2013 (December 24, 2013)

 Yolanda: Ang Pagbangon - A RTVM Special Feature (December 31, 2013)
1
with ATC @ IBC

See also[edit]
 Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation

 List of programs broadcast by Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation

References[edit]
List of programs broadcast by People's Television Network
This is the list of the programs broadcast by People's Television (Telebisyon ng Bayan) in the Philippines. For the list of the defunct
programs of PTV-4, seeList of programs aired by People's Television Network

Currently aired programs[edit]
Newscasts[edit]

 PTV News (1995–1998, 2016)

 PTV Newsbreak (1990-1998, 2012)

 RadyoBisyon (2014) (simulcast on DZRB Radyo ng Bayan 738 kHz and IBC)
News specials[edit]

 Press Conference (1990)

 Special Coverage (aired occasionally)
Morning show[edit]

 Good Morning Pilipinas (2000-2001, 2016)
Public affairs[edit]

 ASEAN Spotlight TV (2016)

 BizNews (2009-2015; 2017)

 Bridging Borders (2015)
 Insider Exclusive Kapihan (2017)

 Iskoolmates: May Pakialam Ka! (2015)

 KWATRObersyal (2015)

 PTV Special Forum (2012)

 Public Eye (2015)

 The Veronica Chronicles (2012)
Public service[edit]

 Bitag (2012)

 The Breaking Point (2016)

 Gabay at Aksyon (2013)

 GSIS Members Hour (2005–2007, 2010)

 Kasangga Mo Ang Langit (2013)

 KP: Kilos Pronto (2017)

 Pinoy US Cops: Ride Along (2012)

 SME GO: Powered by Go Negosyo (2008–2015, 2016)

 Tulay: Your Bridge to Understanding, Peace and Prosperity (2016)

 Yan Ang Marino (2009)
Fillers[edit]

 8888: Ang Linya ng Pagbabago (2016)
Religious shows[edit]
Roman Catholic[edit]

 Quiapo TV Mass (2008)

 Soldiers of Christ: Healing on the Air (2011)

 Talitha Kum Healing Mass on TV (2002)

 Who's Calling (2015)
Religious prayer[edit]

 Panalangin (2014)
Other religions[edit]

 Key of David (2012)

 Jesus Miracle Crusade (1986-1995, 2007)

 Oras ng Himala (2007)

 Oras ng Katotohanan (2004, 2013)
Sports[edit]

 Auto Review (2001)

 Tahor: Your Ultimate Gamefowl Show (2016)
Game shows[edit]

 PCSO Lottery Draw (1995–2003, 2005)
Korean drama[edit]

 The Legendary Doctor: Hur Jun (2017)
Agricultural shows[edit]

 Alagang Magaling (2015)

 Mag-Agri Tayo (1993)
Cultural[edit]

 Sagisag Kultura TV (2017)
Travel and magazine shows[edit]

 Buhay Pinoy (2012)

 CHInoyTV (2014)

 Entrep TV (2016)

 Lakbayin Ang Magandang Pilipinas (2000)
Health[edit]

 Healthline (2017; re-run)

 Payo Alternatibo (2016)

 The Doctor is In (2014, 2015–2016, 2017)
Infomercials[edit]

 Kakaibang Lunas (King's Herbal) (2013)

 Shop Japan (2015)

 TV Shop Philippines (2015)

Upcoming programs[edit]

 Mula sa Masa, Para sa Masa (2017)[1]

Previously aired programs[edit]
Main article: List of programs aired by People's Television Network

References[edit]

1. Jump up^ "Duterte TV, radio show, newspaper to go nationwide in August". Philippine Daily Inquirer. July 7, 2016. Retrieved July
7, 2016.

See also[edit]

 People's Television Network

 List of Philippine television shows

List of programs aired by People's Television Network
This is the list of the defunct programs aired on People's Television Network. For the current shows of this network, see List of programs
broadcast by People's Television Network.
Local defunct shows[edit]
Newscasts[edit]

 Balita Ala-Una (1987–1998)

 Balitaan (2013–2014)

 Batingaw (2008–2010)

 Business at 10 (2008)

 The DPI Mid-Day Report (1978)

 Early Evening Report (1986-1987)

 The Final Report (1997–1998)

 Late Evening Report (1986-1987)

 Malacañang: The Week That Was (2008–2010)

 Midnight Update (1987)

 Minuto (2007–2010)

 Money Matters (2008-2010)

 National Network News (1998-2001)

 NBN Business (2005–2006)

 NBN Sports (2008–2010)
 News @ 1 (2012–2016)

 News @ 1: Junior Edition (2013–14)

 News @ 1: The Week that Was (2013–14)

 News @ 6 (2012–2016)

 NewsLife (2012–2016)

 News Flash sa 4 (1998–2001)

 News on 4 (1987–1995)

 NewsCenter 4

 Newscenter 3 Cebu (1980–1986)

 Newscenter 4 Bacolod (1980-1986)

 Newscenter 4: Evening Edition (1980-1986)

 Newscenter 4: Final Edition (1980-1986)

 Newscenter 4: Morning Edition (1980-1986)

 Newscenter 4: Noon Edition in Filipino (1980-1986)

 News Today

 News Today: Morning Edition (1974-1980)

 News Today: Evening Edition (1974-1980)
 PAGASA I-Weather (2012)

 Panahon.TV (2012-2016)

 Pangunahing Balita (1987-1998)

 Pambansang Balita Ala-Una (1998–2001)

 Pambansang Balita Alas Singko (1998-2001)

 PTV News (1995-1998, 2016–present)

 PTV News Cebu

 PTV Weekend Report (1987–1993)

 Teledyaryo (2001–2012)

 Teledyaryo Balita Ala-Una (2001-2004)

 Teledyaryo 4:30pm

 Teledyaryo 5:00pm Edition

 Teledyaryo Alas-Nuebe (2005-2008)

 Teledyaryo Business (2006-2008, 2010-2012)

 Teledyaryo Final Edition (2005-2008, 2010-2012)

 Teledyaryo News Bulletin (2010-2012)

 Teledyaryo ng Bayan (2005-2008)
 Teledyaryo Panlalawigan (2005-2008)

 Teledyaryo Primetime (2005-2008)

 Teledyaryo Sports (2010-2012)

 Teledyaryo Sports Atbp. (2005-2010)

 The Weekend News (2012-2016)
Current affairs[edit]

 45 Minutos (2004–2005)

 Abante Pilipinas (2008–2010)

 Ang Batasan (1982–1985)

 Ang Paghahanda para sa Hatol ng Bayan (2013)

 Ang Tao't Kalikasan (2011; re-run, 2012)

 Bantay Kongreso (1988)

 Batas Barangay (2005)

 Boses (2007–2008)

 Business Insights (1987)

 Celebrity

 COMELEC Hour (2013)

 Congress In Action with Freddie Abando (2009–2012)
 Convergence (2008–2011)

 Dagundong (2005–2006)

 Dakila Ka Pinoy! (2002)

 Dial M (1996–1998, 2003–2010)

 A Dialogue with Pres. C. Aquino (1986-1987)

 Dighay Bayan (1996–2005)

 Diwa ng Katotohanan (1988–1994)

 Diyos at Bayan (2001-2002)

 Equilibrium: Sukatan ng Katwiran (2008–2012)

 The Estrada Presidency (1998–2001)

 The Executive Report

 Explore with Mike (2003)

 Face the Nation (1977-1978)

 The Final Say, Cha-Cha! (2006-2007)

 FVR Up Close (1992–1998)

 Gabay at Aksyon (2013-2014)

 Gov @ Work (2013-2014)
 Headlines Expose (2004–2005)

 Isyu Ngayon (2008–2010)

 Jeep ni Erap (1999–2000)

 Job Network (1992–1999)

 KB Kaibigan (1986)

 Kalikasan, Kaunlaran by Earth Institute Asia (1992–1999)

 Kapayapaan Atin Ito (2001–2009)

 Kapihan ng Bayan (2006–2010)

 Kapihan sa Maynila (1987)

 Katapatan sa Watawat at Lipunan (K.A.W.A.L.) (2007–2008)

 Kita Mo Na, Galing ng Pinoy (2011-2012)

 Komentaryo (2000–2001, 2008–2011)

 LIGA: Blocktime Commetators

 Lingkod Bayan ni Tony Falcon (2014)

 Meet the Press (1982-88, 2008–10)

 Nation's Peacekeeper's: Heroes at our Time (2012)

 Network Line (1982)
 No Holds Barred (1986-1987)

 Pananaw (2008–2009)

 Pangungusap ng Pangulo (1987–1992)

 Patrol 117 (2001-2002)

 People, Politics and Power (2010–2012)

 People's Government Mobile Action (2008–2010)

 People's Hour

 Perspectives (2008–2009)

 Pilipinas Ngayon Na! (2007–2009, 2010-2011)

 Public Access (1999)

 Public Eye (1986)

 Pulis Ako, Pulis Nyo Po (2011–2012)

 Pulsong Masa

 Pulsong Pinoy (2011–2013)

 Punto Legal (2008–2009)

 Radyo Bandido sa Telebisyon (2008)

 Republic Service (2008–2009)
 Sa Likod ng Istorya (2012)

 Saklolo Abugado (2003–2005)

 Say Mo, Sec? (2014)

 Special Report: Ulat ni Eroll Dacame (2013)

 Straight to the Point (2010–2011)

 Sugbo (2009–2010)

 Taas Noo, Bulakenyo! (2007–2008)

 Taas Noo, Pilipino! (2008)

 Takip Silip (2008–2011)

 Talakayan sa Makati

 Tinig Bayan (1986–1993)

 Tinig ng Bayan (2005–2007)

 Tipanan sa Barangay (2001)

 TranspoDOTCom (2006–2009)

 Tugon (1986)

 Ugnayang Pambansa (2001–2003)

 United Nations Hour (1987)
 Usapang Kongreso (1990-1994)

 Usapang Pulitika (2009–2010)

 WomanWatch with Nikki Coseteng: It's About Time (1987–1994)

 The Working President (2001–2010)
Morning shows[edit]

 Good Morning Boss (2013-2016)

 Good Morning Manila (1978–1984)

 Good Morning Pilipinas (2000–2001, 2016–present)

 Metro One (2012–13)

 The Morning Show (1974–78, 2005–07, 2010–12)

 New Day @ PTV (2001)

 One Morning (2007–2009)

 One Morning Cafe (2009–2010)

 TeleAga (2003–2005)

 Windows with Johnny Revilla (1988–1995)
Travel and lifestyle shows[edit]

 AM @ NBN (2003–2004)

 At the Top (2015)
 Baguio (1987)

 Beautiful Batangas (2011)

 Biyahero (2013-2014)

 Borderless Adventure (2012)

 BRM BRM TV: Biyahe Rider Motorsiklo (2013)

 Business & Leisure (1998–2007)

 CameraGeekTV: Pinoy Best Shot (2012-2014)

 Coast to Coast with Dada Lorenzana

 Fitness and Health, Good Life, Good Health, True Health, Health and Fitness (2013-2014)

 Green&Fab (2015)

 I-Connect: Balitang Social Media (2012-2013)

 It's a Real Deal (1983)

 Kahanga-hangang Pilipinas (2014-2015)

 Kris10 (2013)

 Lakbay Pinas (2014)

 Living Asia Channel (2011-2012)

 Nature Trip (2000)
 Neighbours (2008–2011)

 Out of Town

 Pinoy T.A.L.K. (Travel, Adventure, Leisure, Knowledge) (2011-2012)

 She...Ka! (2007–11)

 Wide, Wonderful World (1977-79)
Comedy[edit]

 2+2=4

 Bhoy (1990-1992)

 Da Young Once (1986-1987)

 Estudyante Blues (1989-1990, produced by Viva Television)

 Love Me Doods

 Oks na Oks

 Relaks Lang (1998-1999)

 Strangebrew (2001–2003)
Action and drama[edit]

 Ang Pangarap Kong Jackpot (1995–1998; 2010)

 Balintataw (1986-1993)

 Brocka Presents (1978-1979)
 Count My Blessings (2008–09)

 Dapitan 1896 (1982)

 Diyos Ko, Mahal Mo Ba Sila? (2005–07)[1]

 Dulansining (1977-78)

 Hilda (1979)

 Ikaw ang Mahal Ko (1994–1995)

 Kadenang Rosas (1988-1991)

 Krusada Kontra Korupsyon (2007–2008)

 Krusada Kontra Krimen (2005–2007)

 Mga Kwentong Buhay (1986-1987)

 Mukha ng Buhay (1996-1998, produced by Viva Television)

 Pabrika (1986)

 Tierra Sangre (1996-1998, produced by Viva Television)

 Viva Drama Specials (1986-1998, produced by Viva Television)
Animated series[edit]

 BIDA: Batang Iwas Droga (2003–2004)
Variety[edit]

 Big Ike's Happening
 Dance Vision (1995)

 Last Full Show (1999–2003)

 Last Wave 1986 (1986)

 Love, Lea (1982)

 Maria! Maria! (1986-1987)

 Music and Memories (2008–09)

 The Other Side of Alma (1981-1983)

 Patok na Patok (1982)

 Penthouse Party (2012)

 Relaks Lang (1998–99)

 Show Up: Ang Bagong Game Show ng Bayan (2012-2013)

 Si Direk Kasi!

 Sing! Sing! (2007–08)

 Starliner... Man and Woman (1977-78)

 Take Four (2001–02)

 Tayo't Magsaya (1987-1988)

 This Is It! (1986-1987)
 TSAS (The Sunday Afternoon Show) (2015, produced by Secarats Talent Management Services)
Talk shows[edit]

 Ang Say ng Kabataan (A.S.K.) (2006–2008)

 Balitalakay (2008–2010)

 Communications and News Exchange Forum (2010-2011)

 Dagundong (2005–2007)

 Fora Medica (1999–2001)

 Friends with TVJ and Charo (1978)

 Kris (1996, produced by Viva Television)

 Meet the Press (1982-88, 2008–10)

 Metro Magazine (1978, produced by the Metro Manila Commission)

 Miss Ellaneous (1981–84)

 Mystica's Mystic Road to Success (2013)

 Network Forum

 She! (2000–2005)

 She Said, She Said (2010-2012)

 Sigaw: The Campus Debate Series (2001–2002)

 SustainabiliTV (2013)
 Take 2 For The Road (1979-1984)

 Talakayan sa Isyung Pulis (2008-2011)

 Talakayan sa Makati (1987)

 Talk Ko 'To! (2007–2008)

 XYZ Young Women's TV (1996-2001)

 The Young Once (2007–2009)

 Youth Voice (2006–2007)
Game shows[edit]

 Battle of the Brains (1999–2001)

 Nature World (1977-79)

 Online Bingo Filipino (1995–2000)

 Pamantayan ng Talino (1977-78)

 Premyo sa Resibo (2006)

 Show Up: Ang Bagong Game Show ng Bayan (2012-2013)

 Talo Na, Panalo Pa! (1994-1995)
Educational shows[edit]

 Agri Link (1993–1999)

 Agrikultura ETC (2012-2014)
 Ating Alamin (1974–1991, 2009–2016)

 Code Red (2009–2010)

 Constel (1995–1999; re-aired, 2012-2015)

 Chemistry in Action

 English

 Fun with Math

 Physics in Everyday Life

 Science Made Easy

 For Art's Sake

 Go Negosyo Bigtime (2008–2009)

 Go Organic! (2009)

 Kita Mo Na, Galing ng Pinoy (2011)

 Kusina Atbp. (1989–2002)

 Lutong Bahay (1997–2003)

 Maunlad na Agrikultura (2008–2009)

 Mommy Academy (2003–2005)

 Sci-pol: Science Serving People (2001-2002)
 Sining Gising: NCCA Ugnayan sa Tinig ng Bayan (2007-2011)

 Tele-Agri

 Tele-Aralan ng Kakayahan (1982–89)

 Tele-Kusina (2002–03)

 Tipong Pinoy (1998)
Kids' programs[edit]

 Abakada Barkada

 Eskwela ng Bayan (2002–2003)

 Alikabok

 Karen's World

 Solved

 Why?

 KNN: Kabataan News Network

 Pin Pin
Musical shows[edit]

 Barangayan (1982)

 Concert At The Park]] (1977–2012)

 In The Raw (2001–2004)
 Independent Music Hub (2011)

 Islamusik (2005)

 Music and Memories (2008)

 Music Hitmakers

 Music Link (2011)

 Musika ng Lahi (1980)

 Paco Park Presents (1991–2012)

 Patok na Patok (1982)
Public service[edit]

 @ Ur Serbis (2008–12)

 Amerika Atbp. (2008–2012)

 Asenso Pinoy (2009-2015)

 Balikatan: Sa Bahay at Buhay (1999–2011)

 Bantay OCW with Susan K.: Ang Boses ng OFW (2005-13)

 Damayan (1982–2010)

 The Doctor Is In (2009–2012, 2014–2016)

 Ikaw at ang Batas

 Kamao Reloaded (2005–2006)
 Magbuhay Professional (2003-2004)

 May Gloria Ang Bukas Mo (2001-2002)

 MMDA: On The Road! (2002–2009)

 Nora Mismo (2002)

 Ombudsman: Kakampi mo Laban sa Katiwalian (2009–2011)

 Patrol 117 (2001–2004)

 People's Privilege Hour (1986–1990)

 Philippines' Most Wanted (1998–2002)

 Problema N'yo, Sagot Ko! (2003–2005)

 Puso ng Bayan PCSO Caravan (2012)

 Serbisyo Muna (2005–2008)

 Talking Points: Ang Tinig ng Serbisyo Publiko (2011-2012)

 Task Force Siyasat (2002–2003)

 Tugon sa Pangarap (2012)
Sports shows[edit]

 86th Philippine Open (2001)

 Andy at Bobok sa Karera

 ASEAN Basketball League (2010–2012, Philippines games only)
 Auto Focus (1998-2005)

 Bigtime Boxing

 Chess Today (1977-78)

 Eumorpho Lakas Tao

 Filsports Basketball Association (2015)

 Fistorama (2002-2011)

 Go Extreme sa Alabang (2002)

 Golf Power Plus: Cantada Beach Volleyball (2007-2011)

 Harbour Center Greatest Games (2011)

 Ice Hockey (1978-1982)

 Inside NCAA (2001)

 Jai Alai: The Game of a Thousand Thrills (2000-2001)

 Karera, Atbp. (1997)

 Liga Pilipinas Basketball (2008–2009)

 Major League Baseball on PTV (1977–1986, 1987–1994)

 MBA on PTV Network/NBN (1999—2002) (with ABS-CBN Sports)

 Motoring Today (1987–2006, 2008–2009)
 Muay Thai (1996–2005)

 NBA Action (2001—2002)

 NBA Inside Stuff (2001—2002)

 NBA Jam (2001—2002)

 NBA on NBN (2001—2002)

 NCAA Games (1995–2001) (with Silverstar Sports)

 NFL on MBS/PTV (1977–1986, 1987–1988)

 NHL on MBS (1980–1986)

 Pagcor Jai-Alai (1990–1995)

 Palarong Pintakasi (1985-1987)

 PBA on NBN/IBC (2003)

 PBL Games (1990—1992, 1994—1995, 1998—2003) (with Vintage Television and Silverstar Sports)

 Pinoy Sports Idols

 Pinoy Wrestling (1989–1990)

 PTV Sports (2012-2016)

 Race Weekend (1995-1996)

 Ringside TV Boxing (known as Ringside at Elorde) (1989–1995)
 Search for Tanduay The No.1 Rhum Billard Player (2003-2004)

 SEL-J Motorsports (2010-2011)

 Shakey's Girls V-League (2014-2015)

 Shakey's V-League (2007-2011)

 Smashing Action! (1989–1995, 2006)

 Speed by MP Turbo (1998–2007)

 Spikers' Turf (2015)

 Sportacular Asia (1994–1999, 2005)

 Sports Kids (1998–2001)

 The Sports List (2005–2007)

 Sports with Romy Kintanar

 Stop Over Beijing (2008)

 Sultada (2000)

 Tapatan: Walang Atrasan Boxing (2000)

 Tennis Review

 UAAP Games (1995—1999) (with Silverstar Sports)

 Ultimate Fighting Championship
 Unlimited Diving (2003–2009)[2]
Religious shows[edit]

 3 O'Clock Divine Mercy Prayer

 Ang Dating Daan (1999–2000, 2003, 2013)

 Ang Iglesia ni Cristo (1983-1990)[3]

 Answers with Bayless Conley

 Don Stewart's Power & Mercy

 Faith is Worth Living

 Family Matters (2010-2014)

 Family Rosary Crusade (1989-2014)

 The Fred Price Hour (1987)

 Friends Again (2007–2008)

 Heart To Heart Talk (2008–2011)

 Divine Mercy Live TV Mass (2003-2007)

 The Hour of Great Mercy

 Jesus The Healer (2014)

 JMM Covers (2014-2015)

 Kasama Natin ang Diyos (2013-2014)
 Kenneth Copeland

 Lakbay Simbahan (with TV Maria, 2013)

 Mama Mary Holy Mass (2008–2010)

 Marilyn Hickey

 Pasugo: Ang Tinig Ng Iglesia Ni Cristo (1999–2002)

 Powerline with Pastor Apollo C. Quiboloy (2000)

 Prayer For The Holy Souls in Purgatory (2002-2014)

 Sa Inyong Mga Kamay (2013)

 Sambuhay TV Mass (2011, moved to TV Maria)

 Sounds of Worship (1996, PTV-11 Davao)

 World Mission Society Church of God - PTV special documentary (March 2013)
Youth oriented[edit]

 Ang Say ng Kabataan (A.S.K.) (2006–2008)

 KNN: Kabataan News Network (2005–2007)

 Next Stop (with National Geographic Channel) (2005–2008)

 Rhythm Of The City (1981–1987, in cooperation with 99.5 RT)

 Sigaw: The Campus Debate Series (2001–2002)

 Teentime with Snooky and Albert (1986–1989)
 Trip Ko 'To! (2004–2005)

 Upload (2014)

 Young Minds Inspired (2013)

 The Young Once (2007–2009)

 Youth Voice (2006–07)
Other programs[edit]

 All You Need Is Love (1982)

 Cine Movie Trailers (produced by Crystal Sky Multimedia, 2013)

 EZ Shop (2004–2015)[4]

 Friendly Connections (1986)

 The Isla Hour (2002–2006)

 Metro TV Shopping (1999–2004)

 New Life TV Shopping

 O Shopping (2016)

 PGH Give a Life infomercial (2002–2004)

 Proactiv infomercial (2007–2009)[5]

 Saving ASEAN Natural Treasures (2011–2012)

 Shop@Home
 Value Vision TV Shopping (1996–2010)

 Winner TV Shopping (2005–2014)[6]
Movie blocks/trailers[edit]

 Afternoon Delight

 Cinema Greats

 Golden Cinema

 Last Full Show (1977-78)

 MBS Movie of the Week (1982)

 MBS Primetime Movie (1980–86)

 Mystery Theater (1989)

 Pelikulang Pansabado (1978)

 Premiere Theater (1977-78)

 Pilipino Box Office

 Primetime Movie

 Primetime Specials

 Sine Aksyon sa Kuatro (1987–1989)

 Sine Huwebes sa Kuatro (1989)
Foreign/canned shows[edit]

 The A-Team

 The Adventures of Brisco County

 American Gladiators

 Batman

 Beauty and the Beast

 Black Beauty

 Buck Rogers (1987–1991)

 Burke's Law

 Charles in Charge

 China Documentary (2010–2011)

 Jetman (1996-1997) (Tagalog Version)

 Combattler V

 Coronet Blue (1979)

 Cybill (2000)

 Daimos

 Discoveries: America Alaska (produced by the VOA; 2013)
 Down the Shore

 Dreams

 Drive Home Movies

 Dumb and Dumber

 Fairie Tale Theatre

 Ferris Buller

 Finders Keepers

 Fox News on NBN (2001-2003)

 Gatchaman

 Gold and Glory in Greece (2004)

 Green Hornet (1979)

 Growing Pains

 HBO: Boxing (2000)

 Head of the Class

 Here Comes Mr. Oh (2014-2015, 2015-2016)

 Houston Knights

 Hunter
 The Incredible Hulk (1979)

 Island Son

 The Jackie Thomas Show

 Kelly

 Kidsongs (1990–1993)

 Knight Rider

 Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous

 Magical World of Disney

 Maisy

 Masterpiece Mini-Series

 Max Headroom

 Midnight Caller

 Mr. Bean

 Mr. Wizard's Word

 The Munsters Today

 Mussolini: The Untold Story

 My Little Pony and Friends
 NBN-KBS Documentaries (2008–2009, co-produced with KBS)

 Neon Rider

 Nickelodeon on PTV-4

 People and Places

 Pico Pico Pon

 Pinwheel

 The Professionals

 Road To Sydney (2000)

 Small Wonder

 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

 Star Trek: The Next Generation

 Street Legal

 Superboy

 The Swiss Family Robinson

 Sword of Justice (1982)

 Transformers

 Skyranger Gavan (1992-1994) (Tagalog Version)
 Shaider (1997-1999) (Tagalog Version)

 Future Squadron Timeranger (2006-2007) (Tagalog Version)

 Vietnam Documentary (2015)

 Villa Alegre

 Voltes V

 Who's The Boss (1989-1990)

 Windows[citation needed]

 You Can't Do That on Television

Sports coverage[edit]

 1978 World Basketball Championship Manila (with BBC-2)

 1980 Moscow Olympics

 1984 Los Angeles Olympics

 1988 Seoul Olympics

 1996 Atlanta Olympics

 2000 Sydney Olympics

 2004 Athens Olympics

 1978 Bangkok Asian Games
 1982 New Delhi Asian Games

 1986 Seoul Asian Games

 1994 Hiroshima Asian Games (with Vintage Television)

 2002 Busan Asian Games

 2006 Doha Asian Games (with Solar Sports)

 1977 Kuala Lumpur SEA Games

 1979 Jakarta SEA Games

 1981 Manila SEA Games (with BBC-2)

 1983 Singapore SEA Games

 1985 Bangkok SEA Games

 1987 Jakarta SEA Games

 1989 Kuala Lumpur SEA Games

 1991 Manila SEA Games (with GMA Network, IBC 13 & RPN 9)

 1992 Southeast Asian Fencing Federation Championships (December 25, 1992)

 1995 Chiang Mai SEA Games

 1997 Jakarta SEA Games

 1999 Brunei Darussalam SEA Games
 2001 Kuala Lumpur SEA Games

 2003 Vietnam SEA Games (together with Jemah Television and ABC 5)

 2005 Philippines SEA Games (with IBC & ABC)

 2007 Nakhon Ratchasima SEA Games (with ABS-CBN & ABC 5)

 2009 Ventianne SEA Games (with ABS-CBN & TV5)

 IAAF World Championships in Athletics (2007, 2009, 2013)

 MICAA on GTV/MBS (1974–1981)

 Mosconi Cup (2003-2005)

 NBA All-Star Game (2002)

 NBA Playoffs (2002)

 NBA Finals (2002)

 NCAA Games (1995—2001)

 Nissan Challengers Philippines Tennis (December 25, 1992)

 PBA on GTV/MBS (1978—1981)

 PBA on Vintage Sports (1984—1995)

 PBA on NBN/IBC (2003)

 PCSO Presidential Gold Horse Racing Cup (December 13, 2015)
 Philippine Collegiate Champions League (2002—2006)

 PTV Sports: Palarong Pambansa Special Coverage (April 22–26, 28, 2013; May 5–9, 12, 2014, May 4–8, 11, 2015)

 UAAP Games (1995–1999) (with Silverstar Sports)

 World Pool Championship

 World Series on PTV (1987–1993)

TV specials[edit]
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 1995 World Youth Day Coverage (January 10-15 1995, together with ABS-CBN and GMA Network)

 50th Anniversary of Leyte Landing (1994)

 The 60th Anniversary of Korean-Philippine Diplomatic Relations Friendship Festival (2009)

 Aliw Awards (1994–2009; 2012)

 Anak TV Seal Awards (January 12, 2014)

 Asean Quiz National Competition (2009; 2012; February 15, 2014)

 Awit Awards (1989–2009)

 AFP-PNP Singing Contest Grand Finals & Dance Contests Finals (2009)

 Bayanihan para sa Hagdang Palayan: A RTVM Special Feature (October 2013)
 Battle of the Brains Grand Finals (2000–2001)

 Car Of The Year 2014 of the Car Awards Group, Inc - Auto Review Special (February 22, 2014)

 Cavite Oathtaking and Accomplishment Report (June 2010)

 Christmas Eve Mass at Vatican (delayed telecast; December 25, 2013)

 CSC Dangal ng Bayan Awards Special Feature (February 2014)

 Catholic Mass Media Awards (1984–1991)

 The Challenge of EDSA

 The Coming of the King: A Christmas Legend by Fr. James B. Reuter, S.J. (December 21, 2013)

 Diwang Bonifacio sa Makabagong Panahon (November 30, 1997)

 Easter Vigil Mass @ Vatican (1977-ongoing)

 EDSAGram (February 2015)

 EDSA Uno People Power Anniversary TV Special (February 24–25, Yearly)

 FAMAS Awards (2012)

 Feast of the Solemnity of the Motherhood of Mary (December 31, 2013)

 Gilbert Teodoro's Miting de Avance (May 8, 2010)

 Hamon at Pagbangon: PTV News Yearender Report (December 31, 2013)

 Highlights 2010: The NBN Year-End Report (January 2011)
 Highlights 2011: The PTV Year-End Report (January 2012)

 Highlights 2013: The PTV Year-End Report (December 31, 2013)

 Hatol ng Bayan Election Coverage (1987, 1988, 1992, 1995, 1998, 2001, 2004, 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016; together with RPN
9 and IBC 13)

 Japan-Asean Music Fest 2013 (December 29, 2013)

 Jo Anne Lorenzana: In High Spirits Concert TV Special (March 2, 1989)

 Joyride Milestones of Infrastructure Development Documentary Special (May 2010)

 Kundiman Fiesta Grand Finals Night (December 9, 1996)

 The Last Journey of Ninoy

 Luna Awards (2007, 2009)

 2014 Malangsi Festival Special Feature (April 12, 2014)

 Metro Manila Film Festival Awards Night (December 27, 1982)

 Metropop All-Star Special (December 28, 1982)

 Miss Casino Filipino Grand Coronation Night (2010–present)

 Miss Cebu (PTV-11 Cebu)

 National Quiz Bee (1980–2001)

 Ninoy: The Heart and the Soul

 One Nation in Prayer: National Day of Prayer Special Coverage (January 20, 2014)
 Out of the Box: A Concert of the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra for the 150th Birth Anniversary of Andres Bonifacio (December
1, 2013)

 Out of the Box: A Concert of the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra/FEU Bamboo Band for the Theme "Save the Tam" (January 26,
2014)

 Out of the Box, Love Is: A Concert of the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra for the Love Month (March 16, 2014)

 Out of the Box: Volunteerism, A Christmas Concert of the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra (December 22, 2013)

 Paalam... Pangulong Cory (August 1-5, 2009)

 Pagsisiyasat: PDAF Scamdalo, Senate Blue Ribbon Committee Hearing on Pork Barrel Scam Coverage (2013-February 13, 2014)

 Pagusbong ng mga Pangarap sa Hacienda Luisita - A PTV Special Report (November 2013)

 Palm Sunday Family Recollection (Yearly)

 Panahon Na!: Ang Pinoy at ang Laban sa Climate Change (2009)

 Panahon.TV: New Year's Countdown (December 31, 2013 - January 1, 2014)

 Philippine Collegiate Peace Debates (September 29, 2013)

 Philippine Marine Biodiversity Video Documentary by Sen. Loren Legarda (May 2014)

 Philippine Military Academy Graduation Rites (March, yearly)

 People Power 20th Anniversary Documentary Special (2006)

 Promulgation of the Preamble of the 1987 Philippine Live Constitution (December 4, 2013)

 Puso at Diwa ni Ninoy

 Salamat po, Pangulong Gloria Documentary Special (April–July 2010)
 San Miguel Corporation 97th Anniversary Concert Special (September 29, 1987)

 Ship of Southeast Asian Youth Program Voyage: 40 Years of Advocacy and Action (December 14, 2013)

 Signing of the Comprehensive Agreement of the BANGSAMORO (March 27, 2014)

 Story Book: PTV Sports Year-Ender Special (December 31, 2012-ongoing)

 Sundalong Pangkapayapaan, Army Transformation Program Documentary of 67th IB of Phil. Army and PTV Davao (January 18,
2014)

 Tragedy, Tears and Triumph: NewsLife Yearender Special (December 31, 2013)

 Tulong ng Bayan Yolanda Watch: Media ng Bayan Special Coverage (November 7–25, 2013)

 United Colors of Cosplay Crossing Borders (February 23, 2014)

 UST Christmas Gala Concert (December 2009-December 25, 2013)

 A Vision Worth Dying For: PTV Documentary Special on Ninoy Aquino (August 20, 2013)

 Voice of Asia Speech Competition (April 2013)

 The Year-End Report: A PTV News Special (December 2012)

 Yolanda: Ang Pagbangon: A RTVM Special Feature (January 19, 2014)

See also[edit]

 People's Television Network

 List of Philippine television shows

 List of programs broadcast by People's Television Network
References[edit]

1. Jump up^ "Diyos Ko, Mahal Mo Ba Sila?". Telebisyon.net. Retrieved 2011-01-23.

2. Jump up^ "Unlimited Diving". Telebiyon.net. Retrieved 2011-01-23.

3. Jump up^ Pasugo: God's Message, 100 Years of God's Blessings to the Iglesia ni Cristo (Church of Christ). Iglesia ni Cristo. p. 54.

4. Jump up^ "EZShop".

5. Jump up^ Proactiv

6. Jump up^ "Winner TV Shopping".

List of programs broadcast by Net 25
The following is a list of programs broadcast on EBC-Net 25, a terrestrial/cable satellite Internet television network owned by Eagle
Broadcasting Corporation in thePhilippines.

Net 25 currently airs all of its station-produced programs and news broadcasts. It is also the home of the TeleRadyo programs produced
by Radyo Agila.

Current programs[edit]
Eagle News Service[edit]
Newscasts[edit]

 Agila Balita (2013)
 Agila Balita sa Umaga

 Agila Balita Alas-Dose

 Agila Probinsya (2014)

 ASEAN In Focus (2014)

 Eagle News International (2013)

 Eagle News International Singapore (2016)

 Eagle News International Washington DC (2016)

 Eagle News International Weekend (2013)

 Eagle News International Western Canada (2016)

 Eagle News Update (2011)

 Masayang Umaga Po! (2015)

 Mata ng Agila (2011)

 Mata ng Agila Weekend (2012)
Current affairs[edit]

 Aprub: Gawin Natin To (2011)

 Diskusyon (2014)

 Eagle News Team Special Report (2013)

 Klima ng Pagbabago (2014-2015; 2016)
 Liwanagin Natin (2001-2007, 2014)

 Patakaran kasama si Atty. Tranquil Salvador III (2014)

 Piskante ng Bayan (2013)

 Responde: Tugon Aksyon Ngayon (2011)

 Sa Ganang Mamamayan (2013)

 World Stories (2012)
Technology[edit]

 Drive It! (2006)

 Tomorrow Today (2003)
Comedy[edit]

 Hapi ang Buhay (2016)
Sports, lifestyle and entertainment[edit]

 Barangay Basketball (2014, 2016)

 Bits 'N Pieces (2016)

 The Break Room with Nikki and Giecel (2014)

 Bundesliga Kick Off! (2003)

 Chinatown TV (2016)

 Climate Change and Wildlife Advocacy (2014)
 Digital Nest (2016)

 EN Sports (2016)

 Global 3000 (2008)

 Homework (2015)

 Homework Review (2016)

 Japan Embassy Materials (2014)

 Japan Hour (NHK) (2016)

 Landmarks (2008)

 Letters and Music (2013)

 MOMents (produced by GPRSommereux, Inc.; 2007)

 Negosyo, Asenso, Atbp. (2014, 2016)

 Pambansang Almusal (2011)

 PEP News (2014, 2015)

 Sessions on 25th Street (2011)

 Taumbahay (2012)

 Tribe (2006–2013, 2014)
Infomercials[edit]

 EZ Shop (2015–present)
Religious[edit]
All Iglesia ni Cristo programs are aired under the unofficial INC-TV on Net 25 block.
Main article: List of programs broadcast by INC TV

Previously aired[edit]
Main article: List of programs previously broadcast by Net 25

See also[edit]

 List of programs previously broadcast by Net 25

 Net 25- a terrestrial/cable television network owned by Eagle Broadcasting Corporation

References[edit]

List of programs previously broadcast by Net 25
Below are the list of the formerly aired programs of Net 25 (including Ultravision 25 and Planet 25); for current programs, see List of
programs broadcast by Net 25.

Previous programs[edit]
Eagle News Service[edit]

 1062 kHz Balita Update (2002-2007)
 Agila Reports (2003–2007)

 Captured (2003–2005)

 Con Todos Recados (2001–2005)

 DW-TV Journal (2003–2015)

 DW News (2015)

 Eagle News Evening Edition (2011-2013)

 Eagle News Morning Edition (2011-2013)

 Eagle News Weekend Edition (2011-2012)

 Exclusive (2012)

 Focus AEC: ASEAN Economic Community (2013-2014)

 Gabay sa Kalusugan (2006–2008)

 Home Page (2008–2013)

 In Case of Emergency (2016)

 I-Balita (2007–2011)

 i-Balita Online (2011–2013)

 I-Balita Update (2010-2011)

 I-Balita Weekend Report (2011)
 I-News (2008–2011)

 Kapatid Sa Hanapbuhay (2006–2008)

 Net 25 Report (1999–2008)

 Net 25 Report Primetime (2001–2004)

 Net 25 Report Weekend Edition (2004–2008)

 Net 25 World Report (2001–2008)

 World Report (2001–2008)

 World Report Early Edition (2001–2003)

 World Report Filipino Edition (2001–2004)

 Newsbeat (2004–2008)

 Openline (2003–2007)
Lifestyle and entertainment[edit]

 5 Girls and a Dad (2012-2013)

 ArTalk: Beyond Entertainment (2012-2013)

 Arts.21 (2003–2011)

 Camera Geek TV (2011–2012)

 ChiNoy Star Ka Na! (2013-2014)

 Chinoy TV (2010–2014)
 Class7 Civil Servant (2014)

 Destination Philippines (2012)

 Discover Germany (2008–2011)

 Donny & Marie (2002–2006)

 Euromaxx (2003–2011)

 Fil-Am Jams (2013-2014)

 The Fitness Couple (2013)

 Flower I Am (2014)

 Footprints (2010–2012)

 Home Grown (2002-2004)

 House Calls (2002–2006)

 In Good Shape (2008–2015)

 The Janice Hung Show (2015)

 MTRCB Uncut (2015–2016)

 The New Yankee Workshop (2001–2003)

 Noli Me Tangere (2002-2003)

 On-Set: The World Class Filipino Artist (2009–2012)
 Our House (2001–2004)

 PEP News (2014)

 Pilot Guides (1999–2003)

 The Planet (2004–2006)

 Play Music Videos (2001–2005)

 The Red Carpet (2009–2012)

 Sessions Presents (2012–2013)

 The Snow Queen (2013; re-run: 2014)

 Spoon: Your Spoonful of Talk! (2007–2015)

 Urban Peasant (2003–2005)
Kid-oriented[edit]

 Between the Lions (2002–2005)

 Lil' Elvis and the Truckstoppers (2002–2006)

 Lil' Horrors (2002–2004)

 Math Magaling (2015)

 Oakie Doke (2001–2005)

 Popular Mechanics for Kids (1999–2003)

 Wheel 2000 (2001–2004)
 Word Hub (2016)

 Zoboomafoo (2000–2002)
Religious (Iglesia ni Cristo)[edit]

 Ang Mga Nagsialis sa Samahang Ang Dating Daan (2006–2007)

 Dati'y Nasa Sumpa, Ngayon'y Nasa Tama (2004–2006)

 Ilaw ng Kaligtasan (2004–2007)

 Investigated: False (2012–2013)

 Ito ang Payo (2003–2006)

 Light of Salvation (2008–2012)

 My Life (2012–2013)

 Pananampalataya, Pag-asa at Pag-ibig (2010–2012)

 Truth Uncovered (2012–2013)
Technology[edit]

 Audio File (2000–2004)

 Auto, Motor & Sport (2003–2006)

 Beyond 2000 (2000–2004)

 Call for Help (2000–2004)

 Car Guys (1999–2003)
 Computer Chronicles (2001–2003)

 Convergence (2000–2016)

 Cyberdoodoo (2003–2004)

 Extended Play (2000–2003)

 Fresh Gear (2001–2005)

 NET Café (2001–2004)

 Next Step (2002–2004)

 The Screen Savers (2001–2005)

 www.com (2001–2004)

 ZDTV News (2000–2003)

 Zip File (2000–2004)
Sports[edit]

 Filsports Basketball Association (2015–2016)

 PBA Classics (1999-2000)

 NAASCU Basketball (2011-2012)
Net 25 specials[edit]

 Eagle Bayan Care-A-Van: The Net 25 Special Coverage (August 6, 2011)

 Gintong Pangarap: Kapisanang Buklod 50th Anniversary Musicale (November 2012)
 Kabayan Ko, Kapatid Ko: Net 25 and INCTV Special Coverage (2013-ongoing)

 The Nation Decides: Net 25 Election Coverage (May 10, 2010)

 Pambansang Desisyon, Halalan 2013: Net 25 Election Coverage (May 14, 2013)

 Desisyon ng Bayan 2016: Net 25 Election Coverage (May 9, 2016)

 Lea Salonga... Your Songs (January 23 & 24, 2010)

 Eduardo Manalo: Dalawang Taon ng Pamamahala (September 7–11, 2011)

 Parada ng Tagumpay: INCTV Special Report (October 31, 2013)

 INC Worldwide Walk For Those Affected by Typhoon Yolanda Special Coverage (February 15, 2014, together with INC TV)

 Lingap sa Mamamayan: Barrio Maligaya Resettlement Site 49th Anniversary Special Coverage (February 22, 2014, together
with INC TV)

 INCinema Excellence in Visual Media Awards (November 17, 2013)

 This is Kadiwa: GEMTV Special Coverage (December 23–25, 2010)

 Mahal na Mahal Namin Kayo, Ka Erdy: The GEMNET/Net 25 Special Coverage (September 1–7, 2009)

 PMPC Star Awards for Movies

 PMPC Star Awards for Music

 PMPC Star Awards for Television

 One Plus One Equals Hapinas: Mas Masaya kung May Kasama concert special (July 7, 2013)

 Pinas FM 955: Fun-Bansang Selebrasyon (June 16 and 17, 2012)
See also[edit]

 Net 25

 List of programs broadcast by Net 25

List of programs broadcast by GMA News TV
GMA News TV is a commercial broadcast television network in the Philippines that is co-owned by GMA Network Inc. and ZOE
Broadcasting Network. GMA News TV primarily broadcasts programming related to news and public affairs, along with other magazine,
lifestyle, business, religious and documentary-style programs.
As a part of the partnership that originally allowed DZOE-TV to carry GMA News TV's precursor Q, the network airs the several programs
aired on Light Network, the majority of which are produced by ZOE Broadcasting Network. GMA News TV also airs programs from its
parent network, GMA Network, and several infomercials through blocktime agreements.
The following is a list of all television programming that GMA News TV is currently broadcasting.

Current programming[edit]
Newscasts[edit]

 Balita Pilipinas Ngayon* (2011)

 Balitanghali** (2005)

 Balitanghali Weekend** (2010)

 News to Go* (2011)

 News TV Live (2011)

 News TV Breaking News (2011)
 News TV Quick Response Team* (2011)

 State of the Nation with Jessica Soho* (2011)
Public affairs[edit]

 Bawal ang Pasaway kay Mareng Winnie* (2011)

 Brigada* (2011)

 Investigative Documentaries* (2011)

 Motorcycle Diaries* (2011)

 Reel Time* (2011)
Magazine[edit]

 Ang Pinaka** (2005)

 Good News Kasama si Vicky Morales* (2011)

 I Juander* (2011)

 Pop Talk** (2011)
Talk[edit]

 MARS** (2012)

 #MichaelAngelo (2014)

 Tonight with Arnold Clavio* (2010)
Lifestyle[edit]

 Day Off** (2005)

 Gandang Ricky Reyes: Todo na Toh!** (2005)

 Home Base** (2013)

 Mommy Manual (2016)

 Taste Buddies** (2012)

 The Working Class (2016)

 Turbo Zone, Feed Your Drive! (2012)
Business[edit]

 Business and Beyond (2016)

 MoneyWise (2016)
Travel[edit]

 Biyahe ni Drew** (2013)

 Tripinas (2015)

 Vintage Trip (2016)[1]
Cooking shows[edit]

 Idol sa Kusina**** (2011)
Sports[edit]

 News TV All Sports* (2011)

 Who's Next? Pro-Boxing Series (2016)
Drama[edit]
Local[edit]

 Wagas**** (2013)
Foreign[edit]

 Full House (2017)

 Prime Minister and I (2017)

 Secret Love (2016)

 Lois & Clark (2016)
Film blocks[edit]

 Reel Action Sabado (2014)

 Sunday Screening (2012)

 Takilya Blockbusters (2012)

 Asian Horror Stories (2014)

 True Horror Stories (2016)[2]
Programs from GMA Network[edit]
Public affairs

 AHA!

 Alisto!

 Born to Be Wild

 Front Row***

 I-Witness

 Imbestigador

 Karelasyon

 Reporter's Notebook

 Tunay Na Buhay
Informative

 100% Pinoy (re-run)***

 Pinoy Meets World (re-run)***
Regional

 Balitang Amianan / Regional News: Dagupan*** (simulcast on GMA Dagupan)

 Balitang Bisdak / Regional News: Cebu***(simulcast on GMA Cebu)

 24 Oras Davao / Regional News: Davao*** (simulcast on GMA Davao)
ZOE/Light Network–provided programs[edit]
Public affairs

 Adyenda* (2005)

 Diyos at Bayan (2005)

 Shout Out: Sigaw ng Kabataan! (2016)
Lifestyle

 Hashtag Pinoy: Yan Tayo Eh! (2015)

 Kids HQ (2016)

 OrganiqueTV (2015)

 Pisobilities (2012)

 Road Trip (2012)
Religious

 In Touch (2016)

 Jesus the Healer (2005)

 Life Giver (2013)

 Light Up (2011)

 River of Worship (2016)

 Midnight Prayer Helps (2006)
 PJM Forum (2005)
Variety programs

 JAM (2015)

 This Is My Story, This Is My Song (2012)
Blocktime agreement programs[edit]

 EZ Shop (2016)

 Shop TV (2015)

Notes[edit]
*
Available in both Free TV and GNTV International
**
Available in both Free TV and GMA Life TV
***
Available in both GMA Regional TV stations and GNTV International
****
Available in both Free TV and GMA Pinoy TV
*****
Available in both Free TV, GLTV and GNTV International

Upcoming programs[edit]

 Happy Life

 The Fiercest of Them All

Previously aired programs[edit]
Main article: List of programs aired by Q/GMA News TV

References[edit]

1. Jump up^ Lo, Ricky (28 October 2016). "Take a trip with Sam YG". philstar.com. The Philippine Star. Retrieved 5 November 2016.
2. Jump up^ "September 24 (Sat) TV Ratings / AGB Nielsen Urban Luzon Ratings (Primetime)". September 26, 2016. Retrieved September
27, 2016.

List of programs aired by Q/GMA News TV
This is a list of past programs broadcast by Q/GMA News TV that aired in DZOE-TV, in channel 11. For the currently aired shows on GMA
News TV of this network, see List of programs broadcast by GMA News TV.

Local defunct shows[edit]
Drama[edit]

 Amaya (2015) (aired on GMA, rebroadcast on GMA News TV)

 Bayan Ko¹ (2013; re-runs, 2014)

 GMA Telesine (2005-2006, 2010) (aired on GMA, rebroadcast on Q)

 Habang Kapiling Ka (2006-2007) (aired on GMA, rebroadcast on Q)

 Katipunan¹ (2013)

 Ikaw Lang Ang Mamahalin (2006) (aired on GMA, rebroadcast on Q)

 Noel (2006)

 Titser¹ (2013)
¹with GMA News TV
News[edit]

 Balita Pilipinas Primetime¹ (2011–2014)

 Dobol B sa News TV¹ (2011–2012) (simulcast on DZBB 594 AM)*

 Kape at Balita¹ (2012–2013)

 Live on Q (2007-2011)

 News on Q (2005–2011)

 News on Q Update (2005-2006)

 On Call: Serbisyong Totoo. Ngayon.¹ (2011–2012)
¹with GMA News TV

Infotainment and public affairs[edit]

 At Your Service-Star Power (2005–2007)

 Balikbayan (2005–2011)

 The Beat (2005–2011) (formerly Sapulso)

 Best Men (2011-2013)

 Boarding Pass with Atty. Mike Templo (2014)

 DoQmentaries (2008–2009)

 Draw the Line (2005–2009) (formerly Women's Desk)

 Fashbook¹ (2011-2014)
 Filipknow¹ (informercials) (2012-2015)

 Follow The Star¹ (2011-2014)

 Front Row¹ (2011-2014) (now moved to GMA, 2014–present)

 Game!¹ (2011-2012)

 Hamon ng Kalikasan¹ (2012-2013)

 Hired! (2005–2009) (formerly May Trabaho Ka)

 Liga ng Kababaihan (2005–2006)

 Lovelife (2005–2007)

 Masigasig (2007)

 May Tamang Balita¹ (2011-2013)

 Misteryo (2009–2010)

 Power House¹ (2011-2014)

 Power Review (2010–2011)

 Q Tube (2009-2010)

 Reunions¹ (2005–2011), re-aired (2011–2012) (formerly Sanay Muling Magkapiling)

 Review Philippines (2007–2008)

 RX Men (2005–2008)
 Sports Pilipinas¹ (2012-2014)

 Sus Naman! (2010–2011)

 Tara! Lets Eat! (2009–2011)

 True Stories (2009–2011) (now moved to GMA as Tunay na Buhay, 2011–present)

 Ugaling Wagi (informercials) (2013-2015)

 X-Life (2010–2011)
¹with GMA News TV

Other programs[edit]

 3R (2005–2006)

 Armor of God (2011-2012)

 Ay, Robot! (2005–2007)

 Baywalk (2005)

 Be Alive¹ (2012-2013)

 Bluffing with Paolo and Bodie (2010)

 Bongga Ka Star (2006–2007)

 Camera Cafe (2007–2009)

 Candies (2005–2006)

 Chances Are (2009–2010)
 Chef To Go (2007–2009)

 Cinema Klasika¹ (2012-2013)

 Daddy-licious (2009)

 Dahil Sa Iyong Paglisan (2006-2008)

 Dare Duo (2009)

 The Debutante (2008)

 Design para sa Lahat¹ (2012)

 Dishkarte of the Day (2016)

 The Dr. Tess Show (2014)

 Events Incorporated (2009-2010)

 Everyday Easy¹ (2013-2014)

 Extra Challenge Reloaded (2006)

 Extreme Makeover (2005–2007)

 Fam Jam (2005–2006)

 Family Zoo (2006)

 Fans Kita (2005–2006)

 Fashbook¹ (2011-2014)
 Fashionista with Heart (2009-2010)

 Fit & Fab (2008–2010)

 'Fil It Up with Mig Ayesa and Sophie Sumner (2015)

 The Final Cut (2006)

 Follow That Star¹ (2011-2014)

 Full Time Moms¹ (2009–2011)

 Gabe me a Break (2006–2007)

 Ganda Ng Lola Ko (2005–2006)

 Gandang Ricky Reyes (2005–2010)

 Ginang Fashionista (2005)

 Ginintuang Telon (2005–2006)

 Groupee TV (2005)

 The Gud Nite Show (2008)

 H30: Ha Ha Ha Over (produced by APT Entertainment, 2005–2007)

 Hapinas (2006–2008)

 Hayop Atbp. (2010–2011)

 Healthy Cravings (2010–2011)
 Healthcetera with Dr. Manny and Dra. Pie Calayan (2015)

 Here Comes The Bride (2007)

 Hollywood Boot Camp (2007)

 Home Base¹ (2012-2015)

 I Laugh Sabado (2010–2011)

 I-Shine Talent Camp TV¹ (2011)

 Iba Na Ang Matalino: The Nutroplex Brain Challenge (2007)

 In the Limelight¹ (2011-2012)

 Just 4 Kids (2014)

 Just Kidding (2010)

 Ka-Toque - Lutong Barkada (2005–2009)

 Kapag Nasa Katwiran, Ipaglaban Mo!¹ (2012-2013)

 Kids on Q (2007–2010)

 Last Woman Standing (2007–2008)

 Laugh to Laugh: Ang Kulit! (2005)

 Let's Get Aww!!! (produced by TAPE Inc.,2005–2006)

 Life and Style With Ricky Reyes¹ (2010–2011) (now on GMA News TV, 2011–present)
 Life Rocks (2015)

 Living It Up (2007–2009)

 Love Hotline¹ (2013-2014)

 Luv U Pet with Jamie Fournier and Lestre Zapanta (2015)

 May Tamang Balita¹ (2011-2013)

 Mga Waging Kuwento ng OFW (2007–2008)

 Michelle Simone's Entertains (2007)

 MINT: Music Interactive (2005)

 Miya (2007, re-aired 2008 & 2009)

 MMS: My Music Station (2005–2007)

 Mommy Diary (2009)

 Mommy Elvie at 18¹

 Moms (2005–2009)

 My Favorite Recipes (2009–2010)

 My Guardian Abby (2005–2006)

 MyHouse Today (season 3) (2015)

 Na-Scam Ka Na Ba? (2006)
 Nancy Lumen: The Pinoy Foodie¹ (2011-2012)

 Nang Magising si Juan¹ (2014)

 Noel (2005)

 Now Na! (2006–2007)

 O Mare Ko (2005)

 One Proud Mama (2008–2009)

 Personalan: Ang Unang Hakbang¹ (2011-2013)

 Philippine Explorer (2008–2010)

 Philippine Secondary Schools Basketball Championship: Battle of Champions (2013)

 Planet Q (2007–2008)

 Popstar Kids (2005–2007)

 POSH (produced by Viva Television, 2006)

 Project 11 (2005)

 Proudly Filipina (2006–2009)

 Puso Mo sa Amerika (2008, two times)

 Pusong Wagi (2005)

 Q-Lets & Co. (2010)
 Quickfire: 10-minute Kitchen Wonders¹ (2007-2012)

 Remix Report (2011-2012)

 The Ricky Lo Exclusives (2006–2009)

 Ripley's Believe It Or Not

 RunnerSpeak (2009–2010)

 Sabado Showdown (2005–2009)

 Sarap at Home¹ (2009-2012)

 Sarap to Heart¹ (2012)

 Sarap with Family¹ (2013-ongoing)

 Say Mo Doc (2014)

 Shakey's V-League¹ (2013-2015) (now moved to ABS-CBN Sports+Action, 2016–present)

 Season 10 (2013)

 Season 11 (2014)

 Season 12 (2015)

 Show Ko! (2005–2006)

 Showbiz Exclusives¹ (2011-2012)

 Sine Sabado¹ (2012-2014)
 SME GO! Powered by Go Negosyo¹ (2012-2013)

 Smile TV (2010–2011)

 The Smiths¹ (2011)

 The Sobrang Gud Nite Show with Jojo A All the Way! (2007–2008)

 Stars on Ice (2007)

 Sunday Super Sine (2005–2008)

 Survivor Philippines: Palau (2010)

 The Sweet Life (2007–2011)

 Takeshi's Castle (2006, 2010)

 TKO: Tanghali Knockouts: Matira Matibay¹ (2013-2014)

 Tropang Potchi (2009–2011) (moved to GMA, 2011–2015)

 True Confections (2008–2010)

 Tweetbiz: The Bizniz of Chizmiz¹ (2010–2011)

 Tweetbiz Insiders¹ (2011)

 Weddings TV¹ (2014-2015)

 Weekend Getaway¹ (2011-2013)

 Word of Mouth (2009)
 You Women (2009)
¹with GMA News TV
Q/GMA News TV specials[edit]

 2010 MMFF Parade (December 24, 2010)

 The 700 Club Asia Live Telethon Specials (2007-2015)

 20th Asian TV Awards¹ (December 5, 2015)

 Ageless Passion: 75th Birthday TV Special¹ (January 22, 2012)

 American Idol Season 7 Grand Finale (May 22, 2008)

 American Idol Season 8 Grand Finale (May 20 and 21, 2009)

 American Idol Season 9 Grand Finale (May 27, 2010)

 American Idol Season 10 Grand Finale¹ (May 26, 2011)

 Anak ng Bayan: Katipunan Primer¹ (October 25, 2013)

 Ang Kasagutan (produced by Billy Graham Evangelistic Association) (December 2006)

 Bongga Ka Star Grand Finals (2006–2007)

 Divine Wedding Dresses with the Knot (June 29, 2009)

 Eddie Romero's Dangal: Father's Day Drama Special (June 20, 2010)

 Experience GMA Today & Beyond: 58 Glorious Years of Television (November 2, 2008)

 Fam Jam Grand Finals (2006)
 Idols on Q: Featuring the American Idols and finalists (May 17 and 23, 2009)

 I-Shine Talent Camp TV Grand Finals¹ (June 31, 2012)

 Inno Sotto: A Special Fashion Documentary (April 5 and 6, 2008)

 Just for Laughs Anniversary Special (January 6 and 7, 2010)

 Last Woman Standing Grand Finals (2008)

 Mga Kuwentong Pambata Ni Rizal¹ (June 19, 2011)

 Miss Global Philippines 2014¹ (November 23, 2014)

 Miss Republic of the Philippines 2015¹ (November 23, 2015)

 Miss Tourism Philippines 2015¹ (August 9, 2015)

 Motorcycle Diaries ASEAN Expedition Documentary Special¹ (July 8, 2012)

 Mrs. Universe Beauty Pageant (November 29, 2009)

 Ms. QC Diamond Jubilee¹ (October 12, 2014)

 Pinay Beauty Queen Academy Season 1 Grand Finals¹ (December 27, 2014)

 Pinay Beauty Queen Academy Season 2 Grand Finals¹ (September 19 and 20, 2015)

 Pluma: Rizal, Ang Dakilang Manunulat¹ (June 19, 2011)

 Pop Star Kids Grand Finals Showdown (2005–2007)

 The Pursuit of Style: A Young Designer's Special (April 25 & 26, 2009)
 RH Bill: The Grand Debate¹ (2011)

 Ron Mariano: Salamangkero (October 10, 2010)

 Sa Ngalan Ng Anak: A CBN Holy Week Special (March 2007)

 San Pedro Calungsod: A GMA News TV Docu Drama Special¹ (October 21, 2012)

 The Score (produced by Billy Graham Evangelistic Association) (December 2006)

 SM Little Stars (October 2009)

 Stealing Minds (July 5, 2007)

 Survivor: Tocantins Grand Finale (May 18, 2009)

 Sutasi: The Search Begins (July and August 2009)

 Tanikala: CBN Asia Holy Week Special (March 2009)

 Thou Shalt Not Blink (2008)

 Women's World Awards (2006)
¹with GMA News TV
Sports specials[edit]

 Gabi ng Pagpupugay: 100 Taon ng Philippine Sports¹ (August 10, 2014)

 Laban ng Lahi: Donnie Nietes vs. Mario Rodriguez Fight¹ (August 6, 2011)

 Laban ng Lahi: Johnreil Casimero vs. Raul Hirales Fight (July 25, 2010)

 Manila Invitational Cup 2010 Basketball Finals (June 26–29, 2010)
 ONE Championship: Valor of Champions¹ (August 30, 2015)

 Pride & Glory: The Sonsona-Hernandez Fight (November 22, 2009)

 1st Shakey's V League All Star Weekend¹ (December 1, 2013)

 Shakey's V-League Season 11 First Conference Finals: NU Lady Bulldogs vs. FEU Lady Tamaraws/Bronze Medal Match: Adamson
Lady Falcon vs. UST Golden Tigresses1 (March 22, 23 and 25, 2014)

 Shakey's V-League Season 11 Open Conference Finals: Cagayan Valley Lady Rising Suns vs. Philippine Army Lady
Troppers/Bronze Medal Match: PLDT Home Telpad Turbo Boosters vs. Philippine Air Force air Spikers 1 (August 29 and 31, 2014)

 Shakey's V-League Season 11 Reinforced Conference Women's Division Finals: Philippine Army vs. Cagayan Valley/Men's
Division Finals: Systema vs. IEM¹ (November 4, 5 and 9, 2014)

 Shakey's V-League Season 12 Open Conference Opening Games¹ April 5, 6 and 7, 2015)

 Shakey's V-League Season 12 Open Conference Finals: Philippine Army vs. PLDT Home Ultera¹ (May 23, 24 and 31, 2015)

 Shakey's V-League Season 12 Open Conference Bronze Medal Match: Cagayan Valley Lady Rising Suns vs. Meralco Power
Spikers¹ (May 25 and 26, 2015)

 Shakey's V-League Season 12 Collegiate Conference Battle for Third: UST Golden Tigresses vs. FEU Lady Tamaraws¹ (September
19 and 26, 2015)

 Team Pilipinas In Australia Sports Special (May 15 and 22, 2010)

 Team Pilipinas In Jones Cup Sports Special (August 1, 2010)

 URCC 25: Domination¹ (August 16, 2015)
Q/GMA News TV public affairs documentary specials[edit]

 #TB2014: Throwback 2014 (The GMA News and Public Affairs Year-end Special)¹ (December 28, 2014)

 20 Istorya: Dalawpung Taon ng GMA Public Affairs¹ (2007, re-aired 2011)
 300 Kilometers Ang Paglalakbay¹ (May 29, 2011)

 Ako si Ninoy¹ (August 24, 2013)

 Always Whitney¹ (January 5, 2014)

 Awit ng Pasko: A Musical Documentary¹ (December 14, 2013)

 Bond Cocktail¹ (March 30, 2014)

 Bond Girls Are Forever¹ (March 30, 2014)

 Cory Aquino: The Housewife who led a Revolution¹ (February 2012)

 The Day Kennedy Died: John F. Kennedy Assassination Documentary Special¹ (November 22, 2013)

 Eats More Fun: Desserts¹ (2012)

 Eats More Fun in the Philippines¹ (2012)

 Ground Zero¹ (2011)

 Imbestigador: Bantay: Kaban ng Bayan¹ (September 21, 2013)

 Inside Malacañang: A National Geographic Channel Documentary¹ (June 30, 2012)

 Inside the Titanic¹ (November 10, 2013)

 It's Good To Be A President¹ (2012)

 Kalam: Usapin ng Seguridad sa Pagkain (2008)

 Limang Dekada: The GMA News 50th Anniversary Special¹ (2009, re-aired 2011)
 Look Up, Look Up: 2013 GMA News and Public Affairs Yearend Review¹ (January 4, 2014)

 Marcos: The Downfall of a Dictator¹ (February 2012)

 Nelson Mandela: One Man¹ (December 20, 2013)

 PDu30 @ 100 (October 10, 2016)

 PiliPinas Debates 2016 – Mindanao leg¹ (February 21, 2016)

 Prince George of Cambridge: Born to Reign¹ (December 21, 2013)

 Relationship Status: Single¹ (August 28, 2011)

 Signos: Ang Banta ng Bagong Klima (2008)

 Sisid (2008)

 Summer Sarap (2009)

 Team Pacquiao (2009)

 Thriller in Manila: The Documentary¹ (September 30, 2012)

 Thriller in Manila: The Historic Bout¹ (October 6, 2012)

 Travel: More fun in the Philippines¹ (March 31, 2012)

 Votebook (2010)

 Walang Pera? (2009)

 Wildlife for Sale (2010)
¹with GMA News TV
Informercials[edit]

 Shop Japan (2016)

Foreign defunct shows[edit]
Animation[edit]

 Absolute Boy

 The Adventures of Hello Kitty & Friends

 Ah! My Goddess season 2

 Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

 AM Driver

 Angel's Friends

 Anne of Green Gables

 Astro Boy

 Bakugan Battle Brawlers

 Bannertail

 Battle B-Daman

 BB-Daman Bakugaiden

 Blue's Clues (2005–2006)
 Burst Angel

 The Bush Baby

 Cardcaptor Sakura

 Charlotte

 Cheeky Angel

 Cinderella

 D.N.Angel

 Daddy Long Legs

 Dog of Flanders

 Dragon Tales

 Dragonball

 Elementar Gerad

 Extreme Ghostbusters

 Galaxy Adventures of Oz

 Gransazers

 Grimm's Fairy Tales

 Hamtaro
 Haruka

 Hayate the Combat Butler

 Heidi

 Hello! Lady Lynn

 Hikaru no Go

 Honey Honey

 Idaten Jump

 Initial D

 Ironman 28

 Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair

 The Jungle Book

 Justirisers

 Kaleido Star

 The Karate Kid

 Kiddy Grade

 Kirby

 Kiteretsu
 Kuma no Ko Jacky (Jackie & Jill)

 Lady Lady

 Lalabel, The Magical Girl

 Last Exile

 Legend of the Dragon

 Love Hina

 Lulu The Flower Angel

 Maid Sama!

 Make Way for Noddy

 Marco

 Martin Mystery

 Men In Black

 Moby Dick

 Monster Buster Club

 My Daddy Long Legs

 My Little Pony and Friends

 My Melody
 Olympus Guardian

 Otogi Zoshi

 Outlaw Star

 Ozu no Mahōtsukai

 Peacemaker Kurogane

 Peach Girl

 Perrine

 Pichi Pichi Pitch

 Poochini

 Popolocrois

 The Powerpuff Girls

 The Prince of Tennis

 Prudence Investigations

 Rascal

 Rockman Axess

 Sabrina: The Animated Series

 Sabrina's Secret Life
 Samurai X

 Scrapped Princess

 SD Gundam Force

 Shaman King

 Sky Dancers

 The Snow Queen

 Sorcerer Orphen Revenge

 Striker Hungry Heart

 Sugar: A Little Snow Fairy

 Sugar Sugar Rune

 Tactics

 Those Who Hunt Elves

 Tom & Jerry Kids

 The Tom and Jerry Show

 Tom and Jerry Tales

 Tomorrow's Nadja

 Transformers Animated
 Transformers: Armada

 Transformers Beast Machines

 The Trapp Family

 Tsubasa Chronicle

 The Twelve Kingdoms

 Twin Princesses of Wonder Planet

 Ultimate Book of Spells

 Vision of Escaflowne

 World's Famous Tales

 YAWARA! a fashionable judo girl!

 Yucie

 Zentrix

 Zipang
American[edit]
Game/reality[edit]

 American Idol¹ (2008–2011) (moved to ETC, 2012–2016)

 Season 7

 Season 8
 Season 9

 Season 10

 Amnesia

 Are You Smarter Than A Fifth Grader? seasons 1 & 2

 Kings of Restoration (2012-2016)

 The Cut

 My Dad Is Better Than Your Dad

 Pawn Stars (2012-2016)

 Power of 10

 Stylista

 Survivor: Gabon

 Survivor: Philippines¹ (2012, moved to Jack TV)

 Survivor: Tocantins
¹with GMA News TV
Reality[edit]

 Asia's Next Top Model¹ (Cycle 3) (2015) (returned to TV5, 2016–present)
Design/home improvement[edit]

 Guess Who's Coming to Decorate
 Mansions

 My Celebrity Home
Gag[edit]

 Planet's Funniest Animals
Series[edit]

 Batman

 Drop Dead Diva

 House M.D.

 Joan of Arcadia (later moved to ETC)

 Lois & Clark

 Wonder Woman
Informational[edit]

 The Blue Planet (2012)

 Confidentials

 Dr. Phil

 Great Migrations (2014)

 Human Planet (2013)

 Mankind The Story of All of Us (2013)
 Planet Earth (2012)

 Planet's Funniest Animals

 Prehistoric Park

 Stan Lee's Superhumans (2013)

 Wild Case Files (2013)
E! on Q[edit]

Note: Some of the programs of E! on Q were formerly broadcast on E! Philippines on UHF Channel 31.

 Dining in Style

 Are you Dressed?

 E! Countdown Collection:

 101 Best Kept Hollywood Secrets

 101 Biggest Celebrity Oops!

 101 Celebrities Way Back When

 101 Craziest TV Moments

 101 Even Bigger Celebrity Oops!

 101 Juiciest Hollywood Hook-ups

 101 Most Awesome Moments in Entertainment

 101 Most Sensational Crimes of Fashion
 101 Most Shocking Moments in Entertainment

 101 Most Starlicious Makeovers

 101 Reasons the '90s Ruled

 101 Sexiest Celebrity Bodies

 50 Steamiest Southern Stars

 Glamour's 50 Biggest Fashion Dos and Don'ts

 E! Sexiest Countdown Series

 Fashion Police

 Fashion Police Red Carpet Specials

 High Maintenance 90210

 Homes with Style

 How Do I Look?

 Model

 My Celebrity Home

 Mysteries & Scandals

 Relationship Rehab

 Shabby Chic
 Shopaholic 911
Asian[edit]
K-Prime (Koreanovelas)[edit]

 A Rosy Life

 All For Love

 All In

 Alone in Love

 April Kiss

 Beethoven Virus

 Bodyguard

 Bong Dal-Hee, The Surgeon

 Celebrity Sweethearts

 Coffee Prince¹

 Endless Love

 Autumn in My Heart

 Winter Sonata

 Fashion 70's

 Fireworks
 Fly High

 Foxy Lady

 Full House (rerun; 2017)

 Future's Choice¹

 Glass Slippers

 Golden Apple

 Guardian Angel

 Hearts of 19

 Hello God

 Hong Kong Express

 Hotelier

 House Husband

 Irene

 King of Ambition¹

 Love in Heaven

 Love Story in Harvard

 Love Truly
 Lovers in Prague

 Miss Kim's Million Dollar Quest

 Money War

 My Name Is Kim Sam Soon

 My 19 Year Old Sister-in-Law

 New Heart

 Night after Night

 On Air

 One Fine Day

 Over the Greenfields

 Phoenix

 Pinocchio¹

 Powerful Opponents

 Secret Garden¹

 Single Again

 Sorry, I Love You

 Stairway to Heaven
 Summer Beach

 Super Rookie

 Sweet Spy

 Thank You

 The Master's Sun

 The Producers¹

 Tree of Heaven

 Typhoon in That Summer

 Wish Upon A Star

 Women in the Sun¹

 Worlds Within
Sageuk[edit]

 Dal-ja's Spring

 Damo

 Emperor of the Sea

 Empress Ki¹

 Jewel in the Palace

 Jumong
 Land of Wind

 Song of the Prince

 The Legend
¹with GMA News TV
Japanese dramas[edit]

 Hana Kimi Japan

 Hana Yori Dango

 Hana Yori Dango 2

 Iron Chef

 Love Generation

 Nobuta wo Produce

 Summer Snow
Taiwanese dramas[edit]

 Lavender

 Meteor Garden

 Meteor Garden II

 Meteor Rain

 My MVP Valentine
 Reaching for the Stars

 The Magicians of Love
Australian[edit]

 Bert's Family Feud

 H2O: Just Add Water
Latinovelas[edit]

 Amanda O

 Cabecita

 Camila

 Endless Christmas

 Mariana

 Marina

 Mr. and Mrs. Pells

 Sítio do Picapau Amarelo (adaptation of Monteiro Lobato's children books with the same title)

 Rosalinda
Canadian[edit]

 Just For Laughs Gags
Notes[edit]

1. ^ Programs are being aired on Citynet 27.

See also[edit]

 Q (the former name of GMA News TV)

 GMA Network

 GMA Life TV

 List of programs broadcast by GMA Network

 List of programs aired by GMA Network

List of programs broadcast by Light Network
Light Network is a motivational and inspirational commercial television network in the Philippines. It formerly used the frequency of VHF
11 in 1998. They moved to UHF 33 in 2005 after GMA Network Inc. and this network had a blocktime agreement, and use the Citynet
Television frequency as their repeater station. The following is the list of programs broadcast by Light Network.

Currently aired programs[edit]
Newscasts[edit]

 News Light (2011)
Public affairs[edit]

 Adyenda (2005)
 Diyos at Bayan (1998)

 Legal Forum (2004)

 Pisobilities (2012)

 Shout Out: Sigaw ng Kabataan! (2016)
Infotainment[edit]

 Buhay Unleash (2016)

 Hashtag Pinoy (2015)

 The Healthy Life (2012)

 I Love Pinas! (2011)

 Organique TV (2015)

 Road Trip (2012)

 Sarap Pinoy (2011)
Educational[edit]

 Kids HQ (2016)
Entertainment[edit]

 Ignite Gospel Music Festival (2012)

 JAM (2015)

 Light Cinema Specials (2011)
 River of Worship (2015)

 Solemn Sessions (2012)

 This Is My Story, This is My Song (2012)
Religious[edit]

 The 700 Club Asia (1998-2005, 2011)

 Friends Again (2014)

 Jesus the Healer (1998)

 Life Giver (2012)

 Light Up (2011)

 Midnight Prayer Helps (2006)

 Prayer for the Nation (2016)

 PJM Forum (1998)

 The Road to Emmaus Village (2011)
Foreign[edit]

 GOOD TV (2011)

 CCF TV on GOOD TV (in cooperation with Christ's Commission Fellowship) (2011)

 Hillsong Concert Specials (2009)

 In Touch with Charles Stanley (2013)
 Joni and Friends (2011)

 This New Life (in cooperation with Alabang New Life Christian Center) (2002)
Smile of a Child[edit]

 3-2-1 Penguins! (2014)

 Auto-B-Good (2011)

 Bugtime Adventures (2011)

 Dooley and Pals (2011)

 Grandfather Reads (2011)

 Pahappahooey Island (2014)

 Sarah's Stories (2011)

 Super Simple Science Stuff (2011)

 VeggieTales (2014)

Previously aired on GMA News TV 11 and Light Network TV 33 [edit]

 The 700 Club International

 Ang Tugon w/ Pastor Greg Durante

 Arthur Manuntag's Timeless

 ASEAN Basketball League

 The BOSS w/ Rannie Raymundo
 The Buddy Zamora Musical Experience

 Buhay Pinoy - telemagazine lifestyle and tourism show

 Business Zone w/ Cherry Moriones-Doromal

 Chito Alcid Talk Show

 Christian World News

 ClassRoam

 CNBC on ZOE TV

 Colby's Clubhouse

 Cross TV Music Videos

 Crossroads

 Edgemont (2002-2004, UniversiTV from 2006-2008)

 The Flying House (1998-2005; 2010-2014, moved to ABS-CBN)

 Gabay at Aksyon

 Gimme A Break

 God is at Work (2011-2012)

 Great Day to Live w/ Pastor Greg Durante

 Harvest w/ Greg Laurie
 Health is Wealth (2011-2012)

 Hearts on Fire

 Heartsongs

 Inter-Mission (2011-2012)

 The International Curriculum

 Jesus is Lord Church Anniversary Specials (1998-ongoing)

 Juan On Juan

 Judge Amy

 Kids Against Crime (2000-2002)

 Kids Club (2000-2002)

 Kids on the Move

 Lingkod Bayan with Tony Falcon (2011-2014)

 The Living Word

 Metro Manila Tiong Lian Basketball Association (MMTLBA) games

 Mr. Shooli's No Holds Barred

 New Generation

 New Life TV Shopping (2004-2005)
 One Cubed

 The Other Side

 Pilipinas Pinagpala Ka Hallelujah Talaga! (2011-2012)

 Postcards (2011-2012)

 The Power Team

 Praise the Lord (TBN)

 Praise Music Videos

 Psalty The Bible Show (2002-2005)

 Quigley's Village (2001-2005)

 RadioVizion 33

 Real Lives, Real People

 The Rock Of My Salvation

 Superbook (1998-2005; 2010-2014, moved to ABS-CBN)

 This Generation w/ Pastor Eastman Curtis

 Urban Nights

 Value Vision (1998-2005, 2008-2009)

 Virtual Memory
 Winner TV Shopping (2005, 2008)

 Word Up - teen oriented talk show

 WWJD TV

 Youth Bytes

 ZOE Balita Ngayon (1998-2005)

 ZOE News Round-up (1998-2005)

 ZTV NewsBreak

Canned programs from various productions[edit]
Amazing Lifestyle[edit]

 The Fuse

 Morph TV
CCI Asia[edit]

 The Isla Hour

 Juice Block
UniversiTV[edit]

 Ano Ba U? (2006-2008)

 Channel Choice (2007-2008)

 Chop Suey (2006-2008)
 Future Finder (2006-2008)

 Hapinas (2007-2008)

 Honest TV Shopping (2006-2008)

 Indie Sikat (2006-2008)

 KNN: Kabataan News Network (2007-2008)

 Life Guide (2006-2008)

 Mall Diva (2006-2008)

 One Prayer (2006-2008)

 Re-Porma (2006-2008)

 Sked Mo (2006-2008)

 U-Turn (2006-2008)

See also[edit]

 DZOE-TV

 DZOZ-TV

 GMA Network

 GMA News TV

 Q
 ZOE Broadcasting Network

References[edit]

List of programs broadcast by UNTV
This is a list of programs currently and previously aired on UNTV Channel 37.

Currently aired programs[edit]
News & Rescue[edit]

 911-UNTV (2015)

 UNTV C-News (2016)

 UNTV Hataw Balita (2005-2013, 2016)

 UNTV Ito Ang Balita (2004–2005, 2007)

 UNTV Newsbreak (2016)

 UNTV Why News (2015)
Current affairs/commentary/talk[edit]

 Get It Straight with Daniel Razon (2010)

 Make My Day with Larry Henares (2004)
 Pondahan ni Kuya Daniel (2013)
Morning show[edit]

 Good Morning Kuya (2007)
Entertainment[edit]

 ASOP: A Song of Praise Music Festival (2011)

 Wishclusive music videos (2016, every hour)
Public service[edit]

 Doctors on TV (2012)

 Munting Pangarap (2008)

 Pulis @ ur Serbis (2012)

 Rotary in Action (2010)

 Serbisyong Kasangbahay (2016)
Educational[edit]

 KNC Show (2004)
Sports[edit]

 UNTV Cup (2013)
Religious[edit]

 Ang Dating Daan (2004)
 Ang Dating Daan: Mandarin Edition (2008)

 D'X-Man (2004)

 How Authentic The Bible Is

 Itanong mo Kay Soriano: Ang Dating Daan Worldwide Bible Exposition (2004)

 Truth in Focus (2004)

 UNTV Public Service Community Prayer (2013)

Previously aired programs[edit]

 A Day in the Life of (2015–2016)

 Ads Unlimited (2004–2005)

 Alarma (2008–2010)

 Ang Dating Daan: By Demand

 Ano sa Palagay Mo? (2004–2005)

 Arangkada Na! (2015)

 Are They Contradictory?

 ASOP By Request (2015–2016)

 ASOP Music Festival Grand Finals Night (October 2012; December 29, 2013; November 2014; November 2015)

 Ating Alamin (2010–2013, but it is still airing on PTV 4)
 Ayon sa Bibliya (2004–2006)

 Balls & Stick (2008–2010)

 Bantay OFW (2008–2010)

 Barangay Hoopsters (2008–2010)

 Barangay Showbiz (2004–2007)

 Bayanihan (2012–2015)

 Believer TV (2005–2008)

 Bible Exposition

 Bible Guide (2004–2006)

 Biblically Speaking

 Bihasa: Bibliya Hamon Sa'yo (2007–2008)

 Bitag Live (2004–2013)

 Bread N' Butter (2008–2016)

 Bread Tambayan (2007–2011)

 Breakthrough (2004–2005)

 Cook it Right (2011–2016)

 Campus Challenge (2011–2012)
 Candidly Speaking with Willie (2010–2011)

 Checkpoint (2008-2010)

 Chika Mo, Chika Ko (2004–2008)

 Climate Change: Ang mga Dapat Malaman ni Juan (2010)

 Dito Po Sa Amin (2004–2005, 2010)

 Doc on TV (2007–2011)

 Easy Lang Yan! (2010–2016)

 Eat My Shorts (2001–2004)

 Estranghero (2010–2011)

 Ex - Files (2005–2006)

 Face Off (2010)

 FAQ's (2004–2005)

 Fast Break News (2010–2012)

 Frontliners (2014–2016)

 Get It Straight with Jay and Willie (2008–2010)

 Go, NGO! (2008–2010)

 Hataw Balita News Update (2007–2016)
 Hometown: Doon Po Sa Amin (2007–2008)

 Huntahan (2012–2014)

 In the Raw (2001–2004)

 Istorya (2008-2016)

 Justice on Air (2013–2016)

 Kaagapay (2006–2016)

 Kapitbahay at Kapitbisig (2005)

 Kaka at Claire, Kaagapay Nyo (2006)

 Kaka in Action (2005–2006)

 Kakampi Mo Ang Batas (2004–2007)

 Kami Naman! (2006–2008)

 Katha (2007–2008)

 Kids at Work (2004–2005)

 Kilalanin Natin (2010–2011)

 KP: Kilos Pronto (2016-2017, moved to PTV 4)

 Klasrum (2011–2016)

 Kulay Pinoy (2004–2005)
 Law Profile (2010–2016)

 Legally Yours with Atty G. (2016)

 Maestra Viajes (2004–2008)

 Manibela (2010–2016)

 Manic Pop Thrill (2001–2004)

 Mapalad Ang Bumabasa (2005–2016)

 Mr. Fix It (2004–2005)

 My OFW Story (2014)

 New Generation (2005–2006)

 Oras ng Himala (2003–2004)

 Out of Time (2001–2004)

 Pangarap ng Puso (2004–2005)

 Pilipinas, Gising Ka Na Ba? (2005–2007)

 Police and Other Matters (2011–2014)

 Pollwatch: UNTV Election Coverage (2010, 2013, 2016)

 Polwatch: Political Watch (2010–2016)

 Public Hearing (2005–2007)
 QUAT: Quick Action Team (2011–2015)

 Repaso: The UNTV New Year Coverage (2013–2016)

 Rise N' Shine (2012–2015)

 Roam (2001–2004)

 Serbisyo Publiko (2004–2014)

 Showbiz Overload (2008–2009)

 Sound Connections (2004–2007)

 Sports 37 (2007–2016)

 Spotlight (2008–2016)

 Start Your Day The Christian Way (2005–2011)

 Startist (2005)

 Strangebrew (2001–2004)

 Tapatan with Jay Sonza: Bayan ang Humatol (2004–2005)

 Teleskwela (2004–2005)

 Thanksgiving Day (2005–2007)

 Tinig ng Marino (2014–2016)

 UNTV Music Videos (2001–2004)
 UNTV News (2012–2016)

 Usapang Kristyano (2005–2008)

 Weird Doctrines (2004–2005)

 What's Up Doc? (2004–2007)

 Wish 1075 TV (2016)

 Workshop on TV (2004–2005)

External links[edit]

 Programs section on the UNTV website

List of programs broadcast by BEAM TV
This is a list of programs broadcast on BEAM TV.

It was previously known as CTV-31 (Cinema Television) in late 1993, and E! Philippines in 2000. However, it was defunct in 2003 due to low
ratings and high cost programming difficulties.

It returned last July 3, 2011 carrying 2008 Beijing Olympics Men's Division, and 1 episode English dub of Hamtaro. Its initial broadcast
was The Game Channel, which started on August 15, 2011. Then it was acquired by CHASE on February 15, 2012 to improve its programs
from limited (on Christmas Eve 2011) to 24/7 broadcast (on that date). But lately, it was replaced as Jack City (Jack TV's secondary
network) which it was launched on October 20, 2012, but then it lessened its air limits from 24/7 broadcasting to 18 hours broadcasting due
to NTC regulations on affiliated free TV network. Recently, last September 1, 2014, Jack City is no longer affiliated and aired on the channel
as BEAM prepares its DTV transition, and continues to broadcast on cable networks until March 21, 2015, when the channel was
rebranded as CT.
Currently broadcast by BEAM TV[edit]
Infomercials[edit]

 Shop TV (2016)

 O Shopping *

 TV Shop Philippines *

 Shop Japan Philippines *

 TeleVShop *
* Only available on DTT platforms.

Previous programs[edit]
CTV-31/E! Philippines Channel 31 era[edit]

 Academy Awards Attractions

 Adventure Cinema Theater

 Airwolf

 Bad Movies We Love

 Baywatch

 Behind the Scenes

 CBS Evening News

 Celebrity Homes
 Coming Attractions

 Cowboys and Indians

 The Crystal Maze

 CTV Goes to Oscars

 Drive-In Theater

 E! Features

 E! News Daily

 E! News Week in Review

 E! True Hollywood Story

 Eto Rangers

 Fashion Emergency

 FYE!

 The Gossip Show

 Hilarious Attractions

 Hope Hollywood Original Treasures

 Ibang Klasik Ito

 Iskul Bukol
 Larry King Live (CNN)

 Late Show with David Letterman (CBS)

 Matinee Classics

 Mission: Impossible

 MVP on CTV

 Mysteries and Scandals

 Nestle Hollywood Romances

 On Broadway

 Once Upon a Movie Time

 Our Favorite Movies

 Pictures Of War

 PLDT Family Movie

 The PLDT Premiere Theater

 Premiere Night

 The Rat Patrol

 Revealed with Jules Asner

 Sabado Nights at the Movies
 Showcase of Suspense

 Spy Network

 SRO TV

 Starstruck Presents

 Studio 101: Freeway to the Stars

 Talk Soup

 That's All Toons

 Third Rock from the Sun

 Tom & Jerry

 Tuesday's Hilarious Attractions

 Twilight Zone

 Wild On!

 Wild On! Philippines

 Wild Wild Westerns

 World News Tonight with Peter Jennings (ABC)
As BEAM TV[edit]
BEAM Channel 31 on test broadcast[edit]

 2008 Beijing Olympics: Volleyball Men's Edition
 Hamtaro
The Game Channel on BEAM Channel 31[edit]

 America's Got Talent

 The Biggest Loser: Season 7

 Dance Your A** Off

 Family Game Night

 Jeopardy!

 Minute to Win It

 Pictureka!

 The Price Is Right

 RPN News Watch¹

 RPN NewsCap¹

 Survivor: Redemption Island

 Survivor: South Pacific

 Wheel of Fortune
¹RPN programs, both were continued to air on the said original channel after the channel (BEAM TV) axed simulcasting both producing
newscasts from original channel on October, 2011 until October 29, 2012.
CHASE/Jack City[edit]

Main article: List of programs broadcast by CT § CHASE/Jack City
Blocktimers[edit]

 TBN Asia on BEAM TV (2014-2015, continuously aired on cable and via BEAM's digital subchannel)

 Great Day To Live with Bro. Greg Durante (2014-2016)

 Telenovela Channel on BEAM TV (March 1–2, 2015)

 La Madrastra (May 4-October 18, 2015)

 A Woman's Word (May 4-November 22, 2015)

 Big Love (2015-2016)

 Love Spell (2015-2016)

 TBN Philippines on BEAM TV (2015-2016)

 Muchacha Italiana (2015-2016)

 The Two Sides of Ana (2016)

See also[edit]

 Broadcast Enterprises and Affiliated Media

 Radio Mindanao Network

References[edit]
List of programs broadcast by CNN Philippines
This is a list of programs being broadcast by CNN Philippines, airing on VHF terrestrial television station RPN-TV 9 Manila, owned and
managed by Nine Media Corporation through the facilities of Radio Philippines Network. Its local programming includes news and current
affairs programs and lifestyle shows produced by various local production outfits.
As part of the partnership between Nine Media and Turner Broadcasting System, CNN Philippines also broadcasts several programming
content from CNN International, CNN USA and HLN.
For the list of the previously aired programs of RPN-9, check List of programs previously broadcast by Radio Philippines Network.

Currently broadcast[edit]
Flagship local newscasts[edit]

 CNN Philippines Balitaan with Pinky Webb (2016)[1]

 CNN Philippines Network News with Pia Hontiveros (2012)*

 CNN Philippines Network News Weekend with Mai Rodriguez (2015)

 CNN Philippines New Day (2016)[2]

 CNN Philippines Newsroom (2015)[3]

 Morning Edition (8:00AM) with Amelyn Veloso

 Newsroom Ngayon (10:00AM) with Ruth Cabal

 Global Newsroom (3:00PM) with Claire Celdran[4]

 Evening Edition (9:00PM) with Mitzi Borromeo

 CNN Philippines Updates (2015)
 Breaking News (2015)

 Happening Now (2016)
CNN/US and HLN-provided newscasts[edit]

 Morning Express with Robin Meade (2015)***

 Weekend Express with Lynn Smith (2015)***
National newscasts in native Philippine languages[edit]

 CNN Philippines Cebuano News (2013)*

 CNN Philippines Kapampangan News (2014)*
Sports news[edit]

 CNN Philippines Sports Desk (2012)*

 Sports Desk @ 11am with Andrei Felix[5]

 Sports Desk @ 7pm with Mico Halili

 Sports Desk @ 10pm with Mico Halili
Public service[edit]

 The Service Road (2016)[6]

 CNN Philippines Traffic Center (2015)
Stories documentary block (since 2013)[edit]

 CNN Freedom Project (occasional)
Current affairs[edit]
Local[edit]

 The Boardroom (2016)

 CNN Philippines Presents (occasional, 2016)

 On the Record (occasional, 2016)

 News.PH (2012)*

 MedTalk (2012)*

 Profiles (2015)

 The Source (2016)[7]

 The Story of the Filipino (2016)
CNN Domestic & International[edit]

 Amanpour (2016; occasional basis)

 Reliable Sources (2015–2016, 2017)

 Smerconish (2016)
Lifestyle[edit]

 Drive (2014–2015, 2016)*

 Flavors (2016)

 Harvest (2017)
 Leading Women (2015; produced by Go Motion Productions)

 Real Talk (2015)
Religious[edit]

 TV Healing Mass for the Homebound with Fr. Mario Sobrejuanite (2014)*

 EWTN on CNN Philippines (2015, special Papal events only)
CNN International-produced programs[edit]

 Business Traveller (2015)

 CNN GO (2015)

 Culinary Journeys (2016)

 Talk Asia (2015)

 The Art of Movement (2016)

 Vital Signs with Dr. Sanjay Gupta (2016)
Foreign entertainment news[edit]

 Hollywood Express (2014)*
Segments[edit]
CNN produced[edit]

 Health Minute

 Hollywood Minute**
 Jeanne Moos**

 Take a Look at This

 Caught on Cam
Locally produced[edit]

 CNN Philippines Billboard*

 The Scoop*

 Traffic Bites
Notes:
* Rebranded/retained Solar News Channel/9TV carry-overs.
** First aired on 9TV as lead-up/promotional segments.
*** Axed before August 2016 as part of program restructuring, but returned on August 23, 2016 after CNNI programs set to premiere on the
network were put on hold.

Future programming[edit]
Talk[edit]

 Political Insider (2017)[8]
Documentary[edit]

 Hoop Nation (2017)[8]
Lifestyle[edit]

 My Philippines (2017)[8]

 Trippies (2017)[8]
Previously aired on RPN[edit]
Main article: List of programs previously broadcast by Radio Philippines Network

References[edit]

1. Jump up^ "First on MNP: Pinky Webb to anchor CNN Philippines' first Filipino-language newscast".

2. Jump up^ "First on MNP: CNN Philippines to launch local edition of 'New Day'".

3. Jump up^ "CNN Philippines expands 'Newsroom,' reduces airtime for 'Cebuano' and 'Kapampangan'".

4. Jump up^ "CNN Philippines on Twitter". Twitter.

5. Jump up^ "ANDREI FELIX TO ANCHOR THE NEW MORNING EDITION OF 'SPORTS DESK'". Media Newser Philippines. July 23,
2016. Retrieved August 2, 2016.

6. Jump up^ "JAMES DEAKIN TO HOST CNN PHILIPPINES' NEW DAILY MOTORING SHOW 'THE SERVICE ROAD'". Media Newser
Philippines. September 16, 2016. Retrieved September 16, 2016.

7. Jump up^ "PINKY WEBB TO HOST CNN PHILIPPINES' NEW INTERVIEW SHOW 'THE SOURCE'". Media Newser Philippines.
September 24, 2016. Retrieved September 25, 2016.

8. ^ Jump up to:a b c d "CNN PHILIPPINES UNVEILS UPCOMING PROGRAMS FOR 2017". Media Newser Philippines. December 14, 2016.
Retrieved December 14, 2016.

External links[edit]

List of programs previously broadcast by Radio Philippines Network
Programs previously aired by the Radio Philippines Network and CNN Philippines broadcasts a variety of programming through its
VHF terrestrial television station RPN TV-9 Manila. This article also includes shows previously aired by RPN as itself, and other previous
incarnations. For the currently aired shows on CNN Philippines, go to the article: List of programs broadcast by CNN Philippines.
Local defunct shows
Action

 Ang Panday (1986-1988)

 Krusada Kontra Krimen (2005-2007)
Children's

 Batibot (1984-1998)

 For Kids Only (2000-2001)

 Jr. News (2004-2006)

 Kids To Go (2003-2005)

 Kids TV (2005-2006)

 Kids World

 NewsWatch Kids Edition (1979-1993)

 Pedya: TV Day Care (1990)

 Penpen De Sarapen (1987-2001)

 Star Smile Factory (1993-1996)

 Storyland (2002-2005)

 Uncle Bob's Children's Show (1997-2000)
 The Whimpols

 Yan Ang Bata (1995-2000; re-runs, 2002-2005)
Comedy

 Ang Manok Ni San Pedro (1987)

 Apple Pie, Patis, Atbp. (1989)

 ATM: Anette, Tonyboy & Maria (1993-1994)

 Ayos Lang, Pare Ko (1977)

 Barangay U.S.: Unang Sigaw (1994-1995)

 Basta Barkada (1978)

 Buddy en Sol (1990-1995)

 Cafeteria Aroma (1979)

 Champoy (1981-1985)

 Clubhouse 9 (1977-1978)

 Co-Ed Blues (1987-1988)

 Dalawang Tisoy¹ (2007)

 Dobol Trobol (1989)

 D'on Po Sa Amin (1994)

 Dr. Potpot and the Satellite Kid (1985)
 Duplex (1980-1984)

 The Front Act Show¹ (2010-2011)

 Gabi Ni Dolphy (1990)

 Ganito kami Ngayon, O Ano Ha (1994)

 Hoy! (1990-1991)

 In DA Money (2005)

 Iyan Ang Misis Ko (1970-1972)

 Joey and Son (1980)

 John En Marsha (1973-1990)

 Just the 3 of Us (1992-1993)

 Kaluskos-Musmos (1984-1989)

 Kami Naman! (1990)

 Kapiteryang Pinoy (1982)

 Ke-Mis: Kay Misis Umaasa¹ (2007)

 Mag-Asawa'y Di Biro (1990-1993)

 Mommy Ko si Tita (1993-1994)

 Mongolian Barbecue Sa 9 (1992-1994)
 My Son, My Son (1977)

 No Permanent Address (1986)

 Pinky and Boyet

 Plaza 1899 (1986-1988)

 Purungtong (1991-1993)

 Ready na Direk! (1991-1993)

 Sa Kabukiran (1986)

 Sabi Ni Nanay¹ (2007)

 Starzan (1990-1991)

 Stir (1988)

 Tambakan Alley (1981-1983)

 Tipitipitim Tipitom (2005)

 Tokshow With Mr. Shooli (1999-2000)

 T.S.U.P (1990)

 What's Up 'day! (2003)
Current affairs programs

 Action 9 (1993–98)

 Agenda (2015-2016)
 Back To Back (1996)

 Balikatan

 Banyuhay (1988-1989)

 Blotter (1989-1990)

 Buhay Pinoy (2004-2007)

 Business Class (1991-2001)

 Compañero Y Compañera (2000-2001)

 Cerge for Truth (2003-2007)

 Daybreak (2013-2015)

 Dee's Day (2003-2007)

 Direct Line (2003-2006)

 Diyos at Bayan (2003-2005)

 The Doctor is In (1994; 2001-2004)

 The Estrada Presidency (1998-2001)

 Exclusively Hers

 The Executive Report

 First Lady ng Masa
 For M (2006-2007)

 FVR Up Close (1992–1998)

 Global Conversations (2015-2016)

 Headlines Exposed (2004-2005)

 Helpline sa 9 (1981-1983)

 Ikaw at ang Batas (2000-2007)

 The Imelda Papin Show (2003-2004)

 Insight Inside (2004-2007)

 Isip Pinoy (1989-1991)

 Isumbong Mo! (Tulfo Brothers) (2006)

 Isumbong Mo Kay Tulfo (1997-2006)

 Isyu (1983-1985)

 Kakampi (2000-2001)

 Kapatid (2005-2006)

 Kapihan ng Bayan (2005-2007)

 Kasangga Mo Ang Langit (1998-2007)

 Kaya Natin 'to!
 Legal Forum (1992-2006)

 Legal Help Desk (2013-2016)

 Madam Ratsa Live! (2003-2004)

 Makabayang Duktor (2005-2007)

 Make My Day with Larry Henares

 Malacañang Press Conference

 Mare, Mag-Usap Tayo

 Midweek Specials

 News Café (2013-2015)

 Newslight (1994-2001)

 NewsWatch Junior Edition (2008-2009)

 Ngayon na, Pinoy!

 Opposing Views (2013-2015)

 Our Doctors (1970)

 One Morning Cafe (2007-2010)

 The Police Hour (1992-2007)

 Prangkahan (2003-2005)
 Public Access Programs

 Pulsong Pinoy (2011–2012)

 Ratsada Balita (2003-2005)

 RPN Forum (2003-2005)

 Sa Bayan (2000-2001)

 Sama-Sama, Kayang-Kaya!

 Stop Watch (1986-1994)

 Street Pulse (1986)

 Tapatan With Jay Sonza (2000-2001)

 Teka! Teka! Teka!

 TimesFour

 To Saudi with Love (2000)

 OPS-PIA: Ugnayan sa Hotel Rembrandt (1992-2001)

 Ugnayang Pambansa (2003-2005)

 Wats UP sa Barangay (1993-1994)

 The Working President (2001-2010)

 World Class
Dramas

 Agos (1987-1988)

 Ako... Babae (1994)

 Ang Makulay Na Daigdig ni Nora (1974-1979)

 Ang Pangarap Kong Jackpot (1995-2007)

 Anna Luna, Ikalawang Aklat (1994-1995)

 Bedtime Stories

 Charo (1988)

 Coney Reyes - Mumar On The Set (1981-1984)

 Coney Reyes on Camera (1984-1989)

 Correctionals (1989-1990)

 Dayuhan

 Dear Manilyn (1988-1991)

 Hilda Drama Specials (1989)

 La Aunor (1984)

 Lumayo Ka Man (1993-1996)

 Makulay Ang Daigdig Ni Nora (1976-1978)
 Malayo Pa Ang Umaga (1993-1995)

 May Puso ang Batas (2003-2004)

 Pamilya

 Seiko TV Presents (1988-1989)

 Simply Snooky (1986-1988)

 Talambuhay (1981-1985)

 Tanglaw ng Buhay (1990-1994)

 Teenage Diary (1986-1988)

 Verdadero (1986-1988)

 Young Love, Sweet Love (1987-1993)
Educational

 Basta Barkada (1989-1995)

 Beauty School with Ricky Reyes (1990-1994)

 Beauty School Plus (1994-2005)

 Better Home Ideas (1996-2001)

 Comida con Amor

 Cooking.Com (2001-2003)

 Cooking It Up With Nora Daza (1985-1987)
 Cooking with the Stars (1995)

 DOG TV¹ (2010-2011)

 Fora Medica

 Gandang Ricky Reyes (2005-2006)

 Go Negosyo (2006-2007)

 Go Negosyo Big Time (2007)

 House of Beauty (1991)

 How 'Bout My Place (1999-2004)

 Kalusugan TV (2006-2007)

 Kusina Atbp. (1995-1999)

 Luks Family (2002-2003)

 Lutong Bahay (1985-1989)

 Mag-Negosyo Tayo! (2005-2007)

 Make-Over (2006-2007)

 Mommy Hacks (2015)

 Novartis Payo ni Doc (2003-2004)

 Parenting 101 (2007)
 Something to Chew On¹ (2013-2014)

 Teka Teka Teka

 Tipong Pinoy (1999-2000)

 Veggie, Meaty & Me (1992-1996)

 What's Up 'day! (2003)
Fantasy

 Captain Barbell (1987-1988)

 Chinese Movies

 Darna (1977)

 Julian Talisman

 Lily Tubig (1991)

 Nora Cinderella (1984-1985)

 Ora Engkantada (1996-1998)

 Wari Waro (1988-1991)
Game shows

 Battle Of The Brains (1992-2000)

 Family Kuarta o Kahon (1987-2000)

 Geym Na Geym (1981-1982)
 It's A Date (1993-1994)

 Kol TV (2007)

 Match TV (2002-2003)

 Spin-A-Win (1975-1985)

 Star Date

 Super Suerte sa 9 (1987)
Horror

 Mga Kakaibang Horror Stories, Totoo Kaya?

 Mga Kakaibang Kuwento, Totoo Kaya?
Infomercial

 Contact Magazine

 EZ Shop [1]

 Give a Life Informercial

 Global Window

 Home Shopping Network (2004-2011, 2014)

 Japan Video Topics

 Metro TV (2000-2003)

 Prime K: Primera Klase
 Tagamend

 TV Window Shop

 Value Vision

 Winner TV Shopping
Informative

 Business Class (1991-2000)

 Business Expedition

 ETC Vibe 1 (2011-2013)

 ETC Watchlist 1 (2011-2013)

 Para Po (2005)

 The Scene (2001)

 Small Acts, Big Stories

 Superbrands (2005-2006)

 TWBF (This Week's Big Five) (2009)

 Two Stops Over
Morning shows

 Daybreak (2013-2015)

 Good Morning Misis! (1996-1999)
 Magandang Morning Philippines! (2003-2004)

 One Morning Cafe (2007-2010)

 Wake Up Call (1994-1998)
Movie blocks

 Afternoon Shockers

 Best of Dolphy Movies

 Big Hit Movies

 Cinehouse 9

 Cinehaus 9 Daily-Double Afternoon Movies

 C/S Blockbusters (2008-2009)

 C/S Movie Mania (2009)

 Chinese Movies

 Daily Matinee (1980)

 Dalisay Theater

 English Movies

 ETC Flix (2011-2013)

 French Movies

 Friday Movies in Private
 Friday Night Picturehouse

 Gintuang Ala-Ala

 Last Full Show (2007)

 Midnight Movies

 Midweek Specials

 Monday's Television Marvels

 Morning Theater

 Movie Monday (2005-2007)

 Movie Treat

 Movies You Missed On Primetime

 Pamana Espesyal

 Rated Wide Awake Movies

 Relax (Watch a Movie)

 RVQ Movie Specials

 Sampaguita Pictures (1990)

 Saturday Night Playhouse

 Sinag 9
 Sinag sa 9

 Sine sa 9

 Sinebisyon

 Solar's Big Ticket (2010-2011)

 Solar's Golden Ticket (2009-2010)

 Studio 9 Presents

 Sunday's Big Event

 Super Tagalog Movies

 Tagalog Movie Special

 Teatro Pilipino

 TGOF: TV Greats on Friday

 Thursday Night Specials

 Thursday Suspense Theater

 True Confessions ng mga Bituin

 Tuesday Night Treat

 Wednesday Specials

 Weekend Specials
 World Premiere Presents
Music videos and movie trailer line-up

 The American Chart Show (1985-1989)

 Box Office Hit Parade

 Cinema Cinema (1993-1997)

 Cinema Cinema Cinema (1997-1999)

 The Fuse

 I-Music (2007)

 Mega Cinema Review (1989-1994)

 Movie Line-Up

 Movieparade (1991-1995)

 The Top 10 Movie Trailers of the Week

 Video Hit Parade

 Video Hot Tracks
Newscasts

 Arangkada Balita (2004-2006)

 Arangkada Chavacano (2000-2006)

 Arangkada Sa Nueve Davao (2001)
 Arangkada Ulat sa Tanghali (1999-2000)

 Arangkada Xtra Balita (2000-2004)

 CNN Philippines Headline News (2015-2016)

 CNN Philippines Nightly News (2013-2016)

 Daybreak (2013-2015)

 Eyewitness Reports (1969-1970)

 Global Conversations (2015-2016)

 I-Watch News (2007-2008)

 KBS Spot Check (1969-1973)

 The Headlines (2013-2015)

 Mga Balita ni Efren Montes (1972-1973)

 News @ 1 (several times)

 News @ 6 (several times)

 Newsday (2013-2015)

 NewsWatch (1970-2007, 2008-2012)

 RPN NewsCap¹ (2009-2012)

 NewsWatch Aksyon Balita (2006-2008)
 NewsWatch Balita Ngayon

 NewsWatch sa Umaga

 NewsWatch sa Tanghali

 NewsWatch Cebu (1987-1988)

 NewsWatch Davao (1987-1989, 2001-2003)

 NewsWatch Zamboanga (1987-1999)

 NewsWatch Evening Cast

 NewsWatch Prime Cast

 NewsWatch Second Edition (2008-2009)

 NewsWatch Now (2001–07)

 NewsWatch International (1977–90)

 Primetime Balita (2000–01)

 RPN NewsBreak (1994-2008)

 RPN NewsWatch Update (2008–11)

 The Saturday Report

 The Sunday Report

 This Week Tonight (1977–89)
Reality

 Ang Bagong Kampeon (1983-1988)

 Barkada sa 9

 Clear Men Future League¹ (2009)

 Gen M

 House of Hoops¹ (2009-2010)

 I Am Meg¹ (2012-2013)

 IKON Philippines (2007)

 It's A Date (1991-1995)

 Match TV (2002-2003)

 Mega Fashion Crew¹ (2011-2013)

 Mega Young Designers Competition¹ (2012-2013)

 One Night with an Angel¹ (2007)

 Pasikatan sa 9 (1993-1995)

 Philippines' Next Top Model (2007)

 Project Runway Philippines¹ (2012)

 Shoot That Babe¹ (2007-2008)
 Single Girls (2007)

 The So-called Life Of Ryan Garcia Is Going Public¹ (2007)

 Something To Chew On With Xandra Rocha (2012-2013)

 Star Search sa 9 (1991-1993)

 Warriors: Celebrity Boxing Challenge¹ (2009)

 What I See with Paco Guerrero (2012-2013)
¹with ETC

Religious

 Ang Dating Daan

 Ang Iglesia ni Cristo (1983-1990)[2]

 Asin at Ilaw (2000-2007)

 Cathedral of Praise with David Sumrall (2003-2005)

 The Chaplet Of The Divine Mercy (1985-2007)

 Diyos at Bayan (2003-2005)

 Emmanuel TV (2007)

 Family Rosary Crusade (1989-2007)

 Friends Again (2003-2007)

 Heart to Heart Talk (1992-2007)
 Island Life (1983-1993)

 Jesus The Healer (2003-2005)

 Jesus I Trust In You (1985-2007)

 Kerygma TV (2003-2007)

 Life In The Word (2000-2005)

 May Liwanag (2006-2007)

 Oras ng Himala (2000-2007)

 Pan sa Kinabuhi (2000-2005)

 The Power to Unite (2007)

 Shalom

 Sharing In The City (1979-2007)

 Signs and Wonders (2005-2007)

 Spiritual Vignettes (1978-1998)

 Sunday Mass

 This is Your Day (2003-2007)

 The World Tomorrow (1989-1999)

 What Would Jesus Do? (2005-2007)
¹with ETC
Showbiz talk shows

 Actually, Yun Na! (1994-1996)

 Let's Talk Movies

 Nap Knock (1996-1997)

 Showbiz Ka!¹ (2007)

 Showbiz Talk of the Town (1987-1988)

 Talk Toons¹ (2007)

 The Truth And Nothing But (2000-2002)
Serials

 Agila (produced by TAPE Inc., 1987-1989)

 Agos (1987-1988)

 Bisperas ng Kasaysayan (1994-1995)

 Boracay (1990)

 Cebu I, Cebu II (1992-1993)

 Davao: Ang Gintong Pag-Asa (1992)

 De Buena Familia (1992-1993)

 Flordeluna (1978-1983) - revived on ABS-CBN as Maria Flordeluna
 Gapo (1994)

 Gulong ng Palad (1979-1983)

 Hanggang Kailan, Anna Luna?: Ikalawang Aklat (1994-1995)

 Heredero (produced by TAPE Inc., 1984–1987)

 May Bukas Pa (produced by Viva Television, 2000; a similarly named series was made by ABS-CBN in 2009)

 Miranova (1994-1995)

 Mukha ng Buhay (produced by Viva Television, 1996)

 Paglipas ng Panahon (1983-1985)

 Paraiso (produced by D'JEM Productions)

 Tierra Sangre (produced by Viva Television, 1996)

 Verdadero (1986-1988)
Sports

 Auto Extreme (2002-2007)

 The Basketball Show (2005-2007)

 Body & Machine (2001-2007)

 Clear Men Future League¹ (2009)

 Extreme Games 101 (2005-2007)

 Finishline¹ (2007-2008)
 Fistorama (2003-2007)

 Gameplan¹ (2007)

 Golf Power (2003-2005)

 Golf Power Plus (2005-2007)

 The Greatest Fights (2001)

 House of Hoops¹ (2009-2010)

 In This Corner (2003-2007)

 Jai Alai Cagayan

 The Main Event (returned to air on C/S 9) (2005-2010)

 Man & Machine (2005-2007)

 MICAA on KBS (1972-1981)

 Muscles in Motion (1988-1989)

 NBA Jam (2003-2007)

 NBA on RPN (2004-2007)

 NBA on C/S (2008)

 NBA on C/S 9 (2008-2009)

 NBA on Solar TV (2009-2011)
 PBA Greatest Games

 PBA on C/S 9 (2008-2009)

 PBA on KBS (1975-1977, PBA basketball would return for the 2008 season)

 PBA on Solar TV (2009-2011)

 PBL on RPN¹ (returned to air as "PBL on C/S 9")

 PCCL Games (2002-2008)

 Premier Dart¹ (2007-2009)

 Punch Out¹ (2009)

 A Round Of Golf¹ (2008-2009)

 Sargo¹ (2007)

 Sports in Focus

 Sports Inside Out (1989)

 Sports Review (1991-2005)

 TruSports¹ (2007-2010)

 UAAP Games (1989-1994) (with Silverstar Sports)

 Warriors: Celebrity Boxing Challenge¹ (2009-2010)
Talk shows

 A Second Look
 The Bob Garon Debates

 CityLine

 Dee's Day (2003-2007)

 Good Morning Misis! (1996-1999)

 K Na Tayo! (2007)

 Oh Yes, Johnny's Back! (2004-2005)

 Real People

 Talk Toons (2007)

 Teen Talk (1995)

 Tell The People (1983-1997)

 Tell The People... Now (1997)

 Toksho with Mr. Shooli (1999-2000)

 Youth Alive (2007)
Telenovelas

 Pinokyo at ang Blue Fairy¹ (2007)
Travel

 Biyaheng Langit (2000-2007)

 Islands Life (2003-2004)
 J2J (1994-1997)

 Road Trip (2002-2005)

 What I See¹ (2013-2014)

 W.O.W.: What's On Weekend (2005-2007)
Variety and musical

 Aawitan Kita (1977-1997)

 Aksyon, Komedya, Drama ATBP. (1993-1998)

 Ayan Eh! (1970)

 Barkada sa 9 (1977-1980)

 Big Ike's Happening (1975-1983)

 Biz Show Na 'To! (2007)

 Broadcast Campus (1973-1979)

 Carmen In Color (1971-1977)

 Chibugan Na! (1994-1996)

 Dance 10 (1982)

 Eat Bulaga! (1979-1989)

 The Eddie-Nora Show (1970)

 The Imelda Papin Show (2003-2004)
 Jeanne in Motion

 Kami Naman! (1990)

 Kumpletos Recados (1976-1978)

 Let's Dance with Becky Garcia (1996-1998)

 Lotlot & Friends (1985-1988)

 Lucky Stars (1980)

 Manilyn Live! (1990-1991)

 Maricel Live! (1986-1988)

 Movieparade (1991-1995)

 The New Oh Rosemarie (1971)

 The Nida-Lita Show (1973)

 On D'Spot (2006)

 Pipwede (1977–80)

 Rhapsody (1990)

 Sabado Boys¹ (2007)

 Santos, Mortiz & Associates (1973-1974)

 Student Canteen (1989–90)
 Superstar (1975–89)

 Superstar: Beyond Time (1994–95)

 Tony Santos Presents (1973-1977)

 Your Evening with Pilita (1994-1995)
Youth oriented

 Barkada Sa 9 (1981-1982)

 Basta Barkada (1978)

 Broadcast Campus (1973-1979)

 Chill Spot¹ (2012-2013)

 Clubhouse 9 (1978)

 ETC HQ¹ (2012-2013)

 ETCETERA¹ (2011-2013)

 The Front Act Show¹ (2010-2011)

 It's A Date (1993-1995)

 Junior Newswatch (1993-2000)

 Kol TV¹ (2007-2008)

 Lotlot & Friends (1985-1988)

 Manilyn Live! (1990-1991)
 Match TV (2002-2003)

 NewsWatch Junior Edition (2008-2009)

 Rated Oh!¹ (2012-2013)

 Sabado Boys¹ (2007)

 Side Stitch (2002-2003)

 Teen Talk (1995)

 Teenage Diary (1986-1988)

 Young Love, Sweet Love (1988-1993)

 Youth Alive (2005-2007)

Foreign/canned defunct shows
Asianovelas

 Mr. Fighting

 Oshin

 Romance in the Rain (2007)
Telenovelas

 Acapulco, Cuerpo y Alma

 Alguna Vez Tendremos Alas

 Carita de Ángel (2003)
 Luz Clarita

 La Dueña

 Esmeralda

 Gente bien

 Luz y Sombra

 Maria del Cielo (2000-2001)

 Maria Isabel

 María la del Barrio

 MariMar

 Monte Cristo (2007)

 Los Parientes Pobres

 Piel

 Por un beso (2003)

 Preciosa

 Quinceañera (2000-2001)

 Serafín (2000-2001)

 Siempre te amaré (2000-2001)
 Simplemente Maria

 Sin Ti

 La Traidora

 La Usurpadora

 La Viuda de Blanco
American TV shows

 The $1,000,000 Chance of a Lifetime

 2 Broke Girls (2011–2013)

 24

 30 Rock

 The 4400

 7 Deadly Hollywood Sins

 8 Simple Rules

 Acapulco H.E.A.T.

 The Adventures of Superboy

 Age of Love

 The Agency

 Airwolf
 AJ's Time Travelers

 ALF

 Alfred Hitchcock Presents

 Ally McBeal

 Amazing Stories

 Ambush Makeover¹

 American Dreams¹

 American Gladiators

 American Idol¹ (Seasons 11 and 12)

 America's Best Dance Crew

 America's Dumbest Criminals

 America's Funniest Home Videos

 America's Funniest People

 America's Got Talent

 America's Next Top Model¹ (2011-2013)

 Anderson Live¹ (2013-2014)

 Armor of God
 Ask Harriet

 Austin City Limits

 Average Joe¹

 Baby Bob

 Babylon 5

 The Bachelor¹

 Bachelor Pad¹

 The Bachelorette¹

 Bare Essence

 Battle of the Network Stars

 Battlestar Galactica

 Baywatch Nights

 Beakman's World

 Beauty & the Beast¹ (2012-2013)

 Becker

 Beyond 2000

 The Big Bang Theory
 The Biggest Loser

 Bionic Woman

 The Biggest Loser

 Blind Justice

 Bones

 Buffy the Vampire Slayer

 Burn Notice

 C-16: FBI

 California Dreams

 Candid Camera

 The Carrie Diaries (2013)

 Cheers

 Chicago Hope

 Child's Play

 Chuck

 City of Angels

 Civil Wars
 The Class

 Close to Home

 The Closer

 Cold Case

 Combat Missions

 The Commish

 Complete Savages

 Conan

 Conviction

 Covington Cross

 Crime Story

 Crossing Jordan

 CSI: Miami

 CSI: NY

 Dallas

 Dark Angel

 Dark Justice
 Date My Mom¹

 Dateline NBC

 Dead Zone

 Designing Women

 Dharma & Greg

 Dirty Dancing¹

 The Dish

 Doctor Doctor

 Dollhouse

 Dominick Dunne: Power, Privilege, & Justice

 Double Dare

 The Dresden Files

 Dress My Nest

 Dweebs

 E! News¹

 E-Ring

 Early Today¹ (2013)
 Ed¹

 The Ellen DeGeneres Show (2009-2011)

 Emily Owens M.D.¹ (2012-2013)

 Entertainment Tonight¹ (now on 2nd Avenue)

 Entourage¹

 Eureka

 Everwood¹

 Extra¹ (2011-2013)

 Extreme Makeover: Home Edition

 Face the Music

 Face the Nation

 Family Feud

 Family Ties

 Fantasy Island

 Fashion Hunters (2013)

 Felicity

 Firefly
 Flash Gordon

 Foody Call¹

 For Love or Money¹

 Forensic Files

 The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

 Friday the 13th: The Series

 Friday Night Lights¹

 Friends¹

 Fringe

 Full House

 Future Weapons

 The Game

 Girls Behaving Badly

 The Girls of the Playboy Mansion

 Glee¹ (2011-2013)

 The Glee Project¹

 Gossip Girl¹
 Hardcastle and McCormick

 Harsh Realm

 Hawaii Five-O

 Hellcats¹

 Hercules: The Legendary Journeys

 Heroes

 High School Reunion¹

 The Hitchhiker

 Holding the Baby

 Hollywood One-on-One

 Hollywood Squares

 House of Carters¹

 House of Glam¹

 House of Jazmin¹

 How I Met Your Mother¹

 How'd They Do That?

 Hudson Street
 Human Target

 Hunter

 Hypernauts

 I Had Three Wives

 In Living Color

 Inside Edition¹ (now on 2nd Avenue)

 The Insider (Solar TV: 2009-2011 ETC: 2011-2013)

 The Insider Weekend

 Invasion

 Invisible Man

 Is She Really Going Out With Him?

 Island Son

 It's a Miracle

 JAG

 Jake in Progress

 The Jamie Kennedy Experiment

 Jeopardy!
 Jericho

 The Jerry Springer Show

 John Doe

 Journeyman

 Just for Laughs

 Just Kidding

 Kamen Rider Dragon Knight

 Keeping Up with the Kardashians¹

 Kids Say the Darndest Things

 Kitchen Confidential¹

 Knight Rider

 Kourtney and Khloé Take Miami¹

 Kung Fu: The Legend Continues

 L.A. Law

 La Femme Nikita

 Last Comic Standing

 Late Night with Conan O'Brien
 Late Show with David Letterman

 Law & Order

 Law & Order: Criminal Intent

 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

 Lie to Me

 Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous

 The Lying Game (2012–2013)

 MacGyver

 Magnum, P.I.

 Make Me a Supermodel¹[3]

 Malcolm In The Middle

 Martial Law

 Masquerade

 Masterminds

 Medium

 Meet My Folks¹

 The Mentalist
 Miami Vice

 Millennium

 Millionaire Matchmaker¹

 Minute to Win It

 Miss Advised¹ (2013)

 Missing Persons

 Models of the Runway¹

 Modern Family (now on 2nd Avenue)

 Moesha

 Monk

 Moon Over Miami

 Moonlight

 Murder One

 Mutant X

 My Secret Identity

 My Sister Sam

 My So-Called Life
 Mysteries, Magic and Miracles

 Name That Tune

 Nash Bridges

 NBC Nightly News

 NBC Today

 NCIS

 Ned and Stacy

 The New Adventures of Wonder Woman

 New Amsterdam

 New Girl (2011–2013)

 Newton's Apple

 The Next (2012)

 The Next Big Thing: NY (2013)

 Nikita¹

 Nikki

 The Nine

 Nip/Tuck¹
 NYPD Blue

 omg! Insider (2011-2013)

 Once and Again

 One Tree Hill¹

 The Originals (2013)

 Outback Jack¹

 Over the Top

 Oz

 Parental Control¹

 Parker Lewis Can't Lose

 Party of Five

 Pensacola: Wings of Gold

 Perfect Strangers

 Picket Fences

 Pointman

 Point Break

 Power of Matthews Star
 Power Rangers Series (2001-2004)

 Power Rangers Lost Galaxy (2001-2002)

 Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue (2002-2003)

 Power Rangers Time Force (2003-2004)

 The Practice

 The Pretender

 Pretty Little Liars¹ (2011-2013)

 The Price is Right

 Prison Break

 Privileged

 Profiler

 Project Accessory

 Project Runway

 Psych

 Pushing Daisies

 Pussycat Dolls Present: The Search for the Next Doll¹

 Puttin' on the Hits
 Pyramid

 Quarterlife¹

 Queer Eye for the Straight Guy¹

 The Rachel Zoe Project¹

 Rags to Riches

 Ravenswood¹ (2013)

 The Real Housewives of New Jersey

 Reasonable Doubts

 Real NBA

 Rescue 911

 Ripley's Believe It Or Not

 Roseanne

 Roswell

 Sabrina, the Teenage Witch

 Saturday Night Live¹

 Saved by the Bell

 Saving Grace
 Scare Tactics

 Scrubs

 Sealab 2020 (1980)

 SeaQuest 2032

 SeaQuest DSV

 The Secret Circle¹

 Seinfeld

 Sesame Street

 Seven Days

 Sex and the City

 Sexiest¹

 Shark

 The Simple Life

 Sledge Hammer!

 The Sopranos

 Space: Above and Beyond

 Sparks
 Spencer

 Split Ends¹[3]

 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Model Search

 Standoff

 Star Search

 Star Trek: The Next Generation

 Stark Raving Mad

 Still Standing

 Strange Luck

 Street Justice

 The Streets of San Francisco

 Super Fun Night (2013)

 Survivor

 Survivor: China

 Survivor: Micronesia

 Survivor: Nicaragua

 Swans Crossing
 Sweet Justice

 The Swiss Family Robinson

 T. and T.

 Tales from the Crypt

 Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles

 This is Your Day

 Threshold

 Thunder in Paradise

 Tim Gunn's Guide to Style¹

 TMZ (2011-2013)

 TMZ Weekend

 Today¹

 Today Weekend¹

 Today's Talk¹

 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno

 The World According to Paris (2012)

 Treasure Hunters
 True Beauty¹

 TV's Bloopers and Practical Jokes

 Two and a Half Men

 Two Guys and a Girl

 The Tyra Banks Show¹

 Undercover Boss

 The Vampire Diaries¹ (Solar TV: 2009-2011, ETC: 2011-2013)

 Veronica Mars¹

 Versus

 The Visitor

 Voyager: The World of National Geographic

 Welcome to the Parker¹

 What I Like About You¹

 Wheel of Fortune

 Where in Time is Carmen Sandiego?

 White Collar

 Who Wants to Marry My Dad?¹
 Who's the Boss?

 Wildfire

 Win, Lose or Draw

 Without a Trace

 The Wizard

 Wizards and Warriors

 WKRP in Cincinnati

 Wok With Yan

 Women's Murder Club

 WonderWorks

 World Entertainment Report

 The World Tomorrow

 World's Most Amazing Videos

 The X-Files (1995-2004, 2008-2009)

 Xena: Warrior Princess
¹with ETC/SNC

Australian TV shows

 Australia's Next Top Model
British TV hows

 Top Gear (2013-2015)

 World at War
Canadian TV shows

 Against All Odds

 The Campbells

 My Secret Identity

 You Can't Do That on Television
European TV shows

 Banzai

 The Crystal Maze

 Face the Music

 Largo (2003-2004)

 The Thin Blue Line
Anime and Tokusatsu

 Astro Boy

 Dragon Ball

 Dragon Ball Z
 Gatchaman

 Crayon Shin-chan

 Goggle V (1998-2000) (Tagalog version)

 Gundam Wing

 In the Beginning: Stories from the Bible

 Jetman (1997-1998) (Tagalog version)

 J.A.K.Q. Dengekitai

 Macross

 Monkey Magic

 Patlabor

 Raijin-Oh

 Ranma ½

 Saint Seiya

 Saint Tail

 Shaider

 Skyranger Gavan (1997-1998) (Tagalog version)

 Spielban
 Space Battleship Yamato (as Star Blazers)

 Sunvulcan

 Thundersub

 Starranger

 Voltes V

 Voltron

 Yaiba

 Yu-Gi-Oh!

 Zoids: Fuzors
Cartoon shows

 The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron

 The Adventures of Raggedy Ann and Andy

 Alex and His Dog

 The All-New Popeye Show

 Alvin and the Chipmunks

 Amigo and Friends

 Animaniacs

 As Told By Ginger
 Barney & Friends

 Batman: The Brave and the Bold

 Ben 10

 Ben 10: Alien Force

 Benji, Zax & the Alien Prince

 Beware the Batman (2014-2015)

 Bugs Bunny

 Bratz

 Capitol Critters

 Captain Planet and the Planeteers

 Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future

 Care Bears: Welcome to Care-a-Lot (2014-2015)

 Challenge of the GoBots

 Class of 3000

 Codename: Kids Next Door

 The Comic Strip

 Karate Kat
 The Mini-Monsters

 Street Frogs

 Tigersharks

 The Critic

 Danger Mouse

 Defenders of the Earth

 Earthworm Jim

 Eek! The Cat

 Emergency Plus 4

 Felix The Cat

 Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends

 The Flintstones

 G.I. Joe

 G.I. Joe Extreme

 Galtar and the Golden Lance

 Garfield and Friends

 Ghostbusters
 Going Bananas

 The Greatest Adventure: Stories from the Bible

 He-Man and the Masters of the Universe

 Hey Arnold

 Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi

 Hobo

 Inch High Private Eye

 Invader Zim

 Karate Kid

 Kiddie Toons

 King of the Hill

 Krypto the Superdog

 Land of the Lost

 Legion of Superheroes

 The Life and Times of Juniper Lee

 Loonatics Unleashed

 Looney Tunes
 Merrie Melodies

 Mickey Mouse Club

 ¡Mucha Lucha!

 My Little Pony

 Phantom 2040

 Pokémon: XY (2014-2015)

 Popeye & Son

 Pound Puppies

 Rainbow Brite

 The Road Runner Show

 Rocket Power

 Samurai Jack

 Science Court

 Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get A Clue!

 She-Ra: Princess of Power

 The Simpsons

 Skeleton Warriors
 Sky Commanders

 Space Ghost Coast to Coast

 SpongeBob SquarePants (now on ABS-CBN)

 Star Fleet

 Strawberry Shortcake's Berry Bitty Adventures (2014-2015)

 Street Fighter

 Superfriends

 The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries

 Swat Kats

 Taz-Mania

 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

 ThunderCats

 The Tick

 Tom and Jerry

 Tom and Jerry Kids

 Where's Wally?

 The Wild Thornberrys
 Woody Woodpecker

 World of Animation

 Young Justice (2014-2015)

 X-Men Evolution

 Xiaolin Showdown
Sports shows

 ABC Wide World of Sports (1987-1991)

 All-Star Wrestling

 Extreme Games 101

 Gameplan (2007)

 K-1

 Main Event

 NBA Action (now on ABS-CBN, ABS-CBN Sports+Action, Basketball TV and NBA Premium TV)

 NBA Playoffs (now on ABS-CBN, ABS-CBN Sports+Action, Basketball TV and NBA Premium TV)

 NFL Game Day

 Real NBA (2010-2011)

 Ultimate Fighting Championship (now on TV5)

 World Class Boxing
 World Poker Tour

 WWE Raw¹ (2009-2011) (now on Fox Philippines)

 WWE Smackdown¹ (2009-2011) (now on Fox Philippines)

 Versus
¹ with ETC/SNC now 9TV/CNN Philippines

ETC on RPN defunct shows
Local shows

 Chill Spot

 ETCETERA (2011-2013)

 Limpo On The Go

 Rated Oh!

 Tonight with JP Limpo!
Foreign shows

 The A-List

 Age of Love

 Ambush Makeover

 American Dreams

 American Idol
 America's Next Top Model

 Average Joe

 The Bachelor

 Bachelor Pad

 The Bachelorette

 Beauty & the Beast (2012-2013)

 The Catalina

 Chelsea Lately

 The Class

 The Daily 10

 Date My Mom

 Dirty Dancing

 The Dish

 E! News

 Ed

 Emily Owens M.D.

 Entertainment Tonight
 Entourage

 Everwood

 Fashion Hunters

 The Fashion Show

 For Love or Money

 Freddie

 Friday Night Lights

 Friends

 Friends with Benefits

 Froggy Call

 Gallery Girls

 The Game

 Girls Behaving Badly

 The Girls of the Playboy Mansion

 Glee (2011-2013)

 The Glee Project

 Good Morning, Miami
 Gossip Girl

 Hellcats

 Here Come the Newlyweds

 High School Reunion

 House of Carters

 House of Glam

 House of Jazmin

 How I Met Your Mother

 Is She Really Going Out With Him?

 The Jamie Kennedy Experiment

 Joan of Arcadia

 Keeping Up with the Kardashians

 Kitchen Confidential

 Knock First

 Kourtney and Khloé Take Miami

 Last Comic Standing

 Late Night with Conan O'Brien
 The Lying Game (2012–2013)

 Make Me a Supermodel[3]

 Meet My Folks

 Millionaire Matchmaker

 Models of the Runway

 My Boys

 The Next Big Thing: NY

 The Next: Fame Is at Your Doorstep

 Nikita

 Nip/Tuck

 The OC

 One Tree Hill

 The Originals (2013)

 Outback Jack

 Parental Control

 Pretty Little Liars (2011-2013)

 Privileged
 Project Accessory

 Project Runway

 Project Runway Philippines

 Pussycat Dolls Present: The Search for the Next Doll

 Quarterlife

 Queer Eye For The Straight Guy

 The Rachel Zoe Project

 Randy Jackson Presents America's Best Dance Crew

 Ravenswood (2013)

 Saturday Night Live

 The Secret Circle

 Sexiest

 Shear Genius

 Significant Others

 The Simple Life

 Split Ends[3]

 Starting Over
 Step It Up and Dance[3]

 Tim Gunn's Guide to Style

 True Beauty

 Try My Life

 The Tyra Banks Show

 Ultimate Style

 The Vampire Diaries (2011-2013)

 Veronica Mars

 Welcome to the Parker

 What I Like About You

 Who Wants to Marry My Dad?

 Wildfire

 Will and Grace

 The World According to Paris (2012)
Sports specials on ETC

 2008 Beijing Olympics (together with 2nd Avenue, Jack TV, Solar Sports and Basketball TV)
Sports coverages

 1973 Asian Basketball Confederation Championship Manila

 1988 Summer Olympics

 1991 Southeast Asian Games

 1992 Dunhill Golf Cup

 1994 Women's Volleyball Grand Prix Manila

 2008 Summer Olympics

 2010 Winter Olympics

 2010 Youth Olympics

 Boxing At The Bay (2009-2011)

 Donaire vs Concepcion

 Donaire vs Darchinyan

 Donaire vs Maldonado

 Donaire vs Martinez

 Donaire vs Montiel

 First Strike: Francisco vs Vasquez Fight

 Mayweather vs Mosley
 NBA on RPN

 NBA Finals (2008-2010)

 NBA All-Star Weekend (2008-2010)

 NCAA March Madness on RPN (1973–1997)

 Pacquiao vs Barrera 1

 Pacquiao vs Barrera 2

 Pacquiao vs Clottey

 Pacquiao vs Cotto

 Pacquiao vs Dela Hoya

 Pacquiao vs Diaz

 Pacquiao vs Hatton

 Pacquiao vs Fahsan

 Pacquiao vs Margarito

 Pacquiao vs Marquez 1

 Pacquiao vs Marquez 2

 Pacquiao vs Morales 1

 Pacquiao vs Morales 2
 Pacquiao vs Morales 3

 Pacquiao vs Solis

 Pacquiao vs Velasquez

 Pride and Glory: The Sonsona-Hernandez Fight

 Star Olympics (2001-2005)

 The Flash and the Furious

 Thrilla in Manila (1975)

 UAAP Basketball (1991-1994) (produced by Silverstar Communications)[4]

 UEFA Champions League Final on RPN (1980–1999)

 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup Final on RPN (1980–1999)

 UEFA European Championship on RPN (1976–1996)

 Viloria vs Iribe

 Viloria vs Tamara

 Viloria vs Ulysses

 WWE Fatal 4Way (2010)

 WWE Royal Rumble (2010)

 WWE SummerSlam (2010)
 WWE TLC: Tables Ladders & Chair (2010)

 WWE Wrestlemania 26 (2010)

 World Series on RPN (1970-1983)
¹With 9TV

Election coverages

 Pollwatch '87 (May 11–12, 1987)

 Pollwatch '88 (January 18–19, 1988)

 Pollwatch '92 (May 11–12, 1992)

 Pollwatch '95 (May 8–9, 1995)

 Pollwatch '98 (May 11–12, 1998)

 Bantay Halalan 2001 (May 14–15, 2001, together with IBC, RMN, Manila Standard and Manila Bulletin)

 Hatol ng Bayan: Kampanya 2004 (May 10–11, 2004, together with NBN and IBC)

 Hatol ng Bayan 2007 (May 14–15, 2007, together with NBN and IBC)

 Hatol ng Bayan 2010 (May 10–11, 2010, together with NBN and IBC)

 The Filipino Votes (May 9–10, 2016)

Special events

 Academy Awards (1960-2007)

 American Music Awards (2010)
 The Live Coverage of Apollo 11 on 9 (August 16, 1969)

 Binibining Pilipinas (1966-1991)

 FAMAS Awards (1985-2003)

 Gawad Urian

 Golden Globe Awards¹ (2009, 2010)

 Metro Manila Film Festival Awards Night¹ (1990-2009)

 Metro Manila Film Festival Parade of Stars¹ (1990-2009)

 Miss Asia-Pacific (1968-1989, 1992-2000)

 Miss Earth (2001)

 Miss Philippines Earth (2001)

 Miss Teen USA (1983-2006)

 Miss Universe (1969-1975; 1990-1993;*, 1996-1997, 1999-2006)

 Miss USA (1975-2006)

 Miss World (1966-1997, 2002-2004)

 Mutya ng Pilipinas (1968-1990, 1993-2000)
(* RPN was the official TV network of the Miss Universe Pageant in Manila in 1974.)

TV specials

 1996 Clio Awards (December 3, 1996)
 Aiza Seguerra: Bow! (1988)

 Aliwan Festival TV Special (2005-2008)

 American Idol (season 11) Grand Finale¹ (May 24, 2012)

 American Idol (season 12) Grand Finale¹ (May 17, 2013)

 Ang Bagong Kampeon Grand Finals (1986-1989)

 Battle Of The Brains Grand Finals (1991-2000)

 Bayan Batas Balita: The RPN 9 Presidential Forum (1998)

 The Best of Jabbawockeez¹ (December 22, 2009)

 Catholic Mass Media Awards (1985-1999, 2000-2001)

 Clear Men Future League Finals TV Special¹ (2008)

 Earth Day Concert TV Special (1996-1999)

 EDSA 25th Anniversary¹ (February 25, 2011)

 Emmy Awards TV Special (1990-2007)

 Ewan McGregor: Cold Chain Mission¹ (December 30–31, 2013; together with UNICEF)

 Grammy Awards¹ (2009)

 Grammy Awards¹ (2013)

 Guy & Pip TV Special (1969)
 Ikon ASEAN Grand Finals¹ (2007)

 Ikon Philippines Grand Finals¹ (2007)

 Jose Mari Chan Special (1988)

 KBP Golden Dove Awards (1986-1994)

 Make My Day Musical Special (December 27, 1997)

 Martin Nievera and Regine Velasquez World Concert Tour (2003)

 Metro Manila Popular Song Festival Grand Finals (1978-1985)

 MTRCB Movie Awards¹ (2010)

 MTRCB Television Awards¹ (2009-2010)

 The Muppets Celebrate Jim Henson Tribute Special (1990)

 National Quiz Bee Finals (1980-2007)

 On The Cusp of Change: 2013 Solar News Channel Year-Ender Report (December 27, 2013)

 Opposing Views Special: 2014 Philippine Intercollegiate Debating Championship Finals¹ (April 11, 2014)

 Paalam... Pangulong Cory (August 1–5, 2009, together with NBN and IBC)

 Pareng Dolphy: Tatanda Ka Rin, Ate Guy

 Pasikatan Sa 9 Grand Finals (1991-1993)

 Philippines' Next Top Model Grand Finals¹ (2007)
 PMPC Star Awards for Movies (2000-2007)

 PMPC Star Awards for Music¹ (2009-2010)

 PMPC Star Awards for Television¹ (1987, 2000-2004, 2006-2007)

 Project Runway Philippines (season 3) Grand Finale¹ (May 13, 2012)

 RPN Homecoming TV Special (1979)

 Sketchers Street Dance Battle Finals Night¹ (2011-2012)

 Star Search Sa 9 Grand Finals (1993)

 The Struggle is my Life: Nelson Mandela story¹ (December 6, 2013)

 Superstar: Nora Aunor's 22nd Showbiz Anniversary @ Araneta Coliseum (1988)

 Teen Choice Awards 2013 (August 12, 2013)

 Thalia Live in Manila (1996)

 Town Hall: Servant Leadership (February 2014)

 The World of Mother Teresa (December 5, 1996)
¹with ETC/SNC, now CNN Philippines

Christmas specials

 Christmas Message and Urbi et Orbi Blessing Live from Vatican City¹ (December 25, 2015 – present)

 Christmas Midnight Mass Live from Vatican City¹ (December 25, 2015 – present)

 Christmas In Our Hearts TV Special (1991)
 Christmas Story: Telling by Lolo Larry Henares (December 23, 1997)

 Disney's Very Merry Christmas Parade TV Special (1992)

 Isabella's Christmas Dreams Concert (December 19, 1994)

 Joyous Sounds Of Christmas (1992)

 Misa de Aguinaldo with Fr. Mario Sobrejuanite @ Cultural Center of the Philippines¹ (December 25, 2015)

 Pamasko sa Bagong Taon: The RPN Christmas Special 2002 (December 8, 2002)

 Superstar Beyond Time: A Christmas Special (December 21, 1994)

 Walt Disney's Very Merry Christmas Parade (December 24, 1996)
¹With CNN Philippines

Holy Week specials

 The 700 Club Holy Week Specials (produced by CBN Asia, Inc., 1995)

 Bo Sanchez Lenten Special (produced by Kerygma TV & Shepherds Voice, 2005)

 Celebration Of The Lord's Supper (1987–2007)

 Eat Bulaga Holy Week Drama Special (1981-1988)

 The Explorer Of St. Francis Xavier Documentary Special (produced by JesCom, 2005)

 GenRev: Generation Revival Holy Week TV Special (2004-2005)

 Greater Love: In Memory of Richie Fernando (produced by JesCom, 2005)

 The Greatest Adventure: Stories From The Bible (1995)
 Power To Unite Holy Week Specials¹ (2007-2010)

 Preacher In Blue Jeans (produced by Kerygma TV & Shepherds Voice, 2005)

 The Seven Last Words¹ (1985-2010)

 Shalom 3-Day Lenten Retreat Special @ Araneta (1995-2007)

 Sharing In The City Lenten Special (1978-2006)

 Siete Palabras sa Sto. Domingo - Seven Last Words at Sto. Domingo (live at Sto. Domingo Church, Quezon City) (1987-2008)
(GMA Network, 2009-present)

 Stories: Art of the Cross¹ (April 15, 2014)

 Stories: Bible Mysteries. Revelations¹ (April 14, 2014)
¹in cooperation with Solar

See also

 Solar News Channel

 9TV

 CNN Philippines

 CNN Philippines News and Current Affairs

 ETC (the former name of Solar News Channel, 9TV and CNN Philippines)

 C/S

 C/S 9
 Solar TV

 Radio Philippines Network

 RPN News and Public Affairs

 List of Philippine television shows

 List of programs broadcast by CNN Philippines

 Solar Entertainment Corporation

 Nine Media Corporation

References

1. Jump up^ http://www.myezshopmall.com/

2. Jump up^ Pasugo: God's Message, 100 Years of God's Blessings to the Iglesia ni Cristo (Church of Christ). Iglesia ni Cristo. p. 54.

3. ^ Jump up to:a b c d e Part of ETC Recall

4. Jump up^ Catacutan, Dodo (September 23, 2016). "Meet the man who first put an entire UAAP basketball season on television". Sports
Interactive Network Philippines. Retrieved September 23, 2016.

External links

 RPN 9 at Telebisyon.net
List of programs broadcast by ETC
This is a list of programs broadcast by ETC, a television channel owned by Solar Entertainment Corporation through its
subsidiary Southern Broadcasting Network. Its local programming includes lifestyle, infotainment, infomercials and reality shows produced
by the channel itself. The channel also provides drama series, sitcoms, reality, movies, and entertainment news programs.
Most of American TV shows are from broadcast networks such as CBS, ABC, Fox, NBC, and The CW, and cable channels such
as Bravo, E!, Lifetime, Freeform, VH1 and MTV. Several Australian shows are from Seven Network, and Network Ten.
For the previously aired shows of SBN/ETC, see List of programs previously broadcast by Southern Broadcasting Network.

Currently broadcast[edit]
Local programs[edit]
Infotainment[edit]

 ETC Location

 ETC Hotlist

 ETC Vibe
Informercials[edit]

 Shop TV
Movie block[edit]

 ETC Flix
Musical and TV Specials[edit]

 ETC Music Specials

 ETC Presents
U.S. TV series[edit]
Comedy series[edit]

Primetime comedy

 2 Broke Girls

 Faking It

 The Good Place

 New Girl
Fantasy, horror and mystery[edit]

 Bitten

 iZombie

 The Magicians

 The Originals

 Pretty Little Liars

 Scream Queens

 The Vampire Diaries
Superhero and live action series[edit]

 The Flash

 Powerless
 Supergirl
Teen Drama series[edit]

 Finding Carter

 Pitch

 Reign

 Star
Reality series[edit]

 America's Next Top Model

 Are You the One?

 Blood, Sweat & Heels

 Candidly Nicole

 The Fashion Fund

 Friends to Lovers?

 Project Runway

 Project Runway: All Stars

 Project Runway: Junior
News and talk shows[edit]
Entertainment news[edit]

 Extra

 The Insider

 The Insider Weekend

 TMZ

Upcoming programs[edit]

 Mary + Jane (2017)

 Emerald City (2017)

 Imposters (2017)

 The Arrangement (July 2017)

 Famous in Love (April 2017)

 Great News (May 2017)

Previously broadcast[edit]
Main article: List of programs aired by ETC/SBN

See also[edit]

 ETC
 Southern Broadcasting Network

 List of programs aired by ETC/SBN

List of programs aired by ETC/SBN
Below the programs previously aired by Southern Broadcasting Network and ETC. Broadcasts a varlety of programming through its
UHF terrestrial television station SBN-TV 21 Manila. Also included in the list are the programs previslously aired on SBN as World TV
21, Talk TV and Solar News Channel which have been aired on SBN. For the current shows on ETC of this network, see List of programs
broadcast by ETC.

Local defunct shows[edit]
News[edit]

 Ito Ang Balita (2002-2004)

 Philippine Headline News (1992-2007)

 PSE Live: The Stock Market Today (1995-1998)

 Solar Daybreak¹ (2012–2013)

 Solar Headlines¹ (2012–2013)

 Solar Network News¹ (2012–2013)

 Solar News Cebuano¹ (2013)

 Solar Newsday¹ (2012–2013)
 Solar Nightly News¹ (2012-2013)

 Solar Sports Desk¹ (2012–2013)
Public affairs[edit]

 Biblia at Balita (2001)

 Elections 2013¹ (2012-2013)

 Gabay at Aksyon

 Inform In 100 (Election Special Reports)¹ (2013)

 Legal at Espiritual (2001)

 Legal Help Desk¹ (2012-2013)

 MedTalk¹ (2012-2013)

 The New Bob Garon Debates (2001)

 News Café¹ (2012-2013)

 News.PH¹ (2012-2013)

 Opposing Views¹ (2013)

 TownHall: The Solar News-PPCRV Election Series¹ (2013)

 Usapang Legal with Willie (2006-2007)
Informative[edit]

 Amazing Lifestyle (2001-2003)
 Barangay Uniting For Chess (2006-2007)

 Buhay Pelota (2003-2007)

 Buhay Pinoy (2002-2007) (now aired on PTV-4)

 ETC Vibe¹ (2008-2011, 2013-present)

 Morning! Umaga Na! (2006-2007)

 Something to Chew On1 (2013)

 What I See¹ (2012–2013)
Entertainment[edit]

 Celebrity Night of Dance and Music (2006-2007)

 Chill Spot¹ (2008-2009)

 Cyber Jam (1996-1999)

 ETC HQ (December 3, 2013)

 ETCETERA¹ (2013-present)

 For Women Only

 Friday Night Live (2001)

 Gen M¹ (2010-2011)

 The Journey to the Clown1 (2016-2017)

 Let The Music Live (2001)
 Rated Oh!¹

 SBN 21 Live (1996-2001)

 Stylized (2014)

 World TV Mag (1992-1996)

 XYZ Young Women's TV
Reality[edit]

 I Am Meg (2013-2015)

 Mega Fashion Crew (2013-2014)

 Project Runway Philippines¹ (2008-2009, 2015)
Religious[edit]

 Ang Dating Daan (2000-2004) (now moved to UNTV, 2004–present)

 Ang Tamang Daan (2001-2004) (now aired on INC TV and Net 25)

 Bible Quiz Bee (2001)

 Bible Stories : Comics on T.V. (2001)

 Friends Again (2003-2007) (now moved to Light Network and ABS-CBN Sports+Action, 2014–present)

 Give Us This Day! with Pastor Apollo C. Quibloy (now aired on SMNI)

 Jesus: Lord Of The Nations (2004-2007)

 Kerygma TV (2004-2007, now both aired on ANC and IBC 13)
 Oras ng Himala (2001-2007)

 Oras ng Katotohanan (2004-2007)

 Tinig ng Kanyang Pagbabalik (2004-2007)
Other programs[edit]

 Eventure (2001)

 The H-Files (2001)
Movie blocks/specials[edit]

 ETC A-List (2008-2011)

 Mondays Hollywood Big Hits

 Thursday Ninja Specials

 Tuesday War Movies

 Wednesday Sci-Fi Theatre
Music[edit]

 SBN Karaoke (2001-2006)

 SBN Music Videos (2000-2007)
TV shopping[edit]

 Home Shopping Network (2004-2007)

 Metro TV
 New Life TV Shopping

 Sell-A-Vision

 TV Window Shop

 Value Vision (1996-2007)

 Winner TV Shopping
Sports[edit]

 Jai-Alai Games (2003)

 World TV Boxing
¹in cooperation with ETC/Talk TV/Solar News Channel

Foreign defunct shows[edit]

 2 Broke Girls (2013-ongoing)

 20/20

 The 5th Wheel¹

 60 Minutes¹ (2012-2013)

 The A-List

 A to Z (2014-2015)

 ABC World News

 The Adventures of Wonder Woman
 Age of Love¹

 Ambush Makeover¹

 American Dreams¹

 American Idol¹ (2014-2016)

 America's Funniest Home Videos

 America's Funniest People

 America's Next Top Model¹ (2008-2011, 2013-2015)

 Anderson Live¹ (2011-2013)

 The Arsenio Hall Show

 Assignment: Earth

 Average Joe¹

 B-fighter

 B-fighter Kabuto

 The Bachelor¹

 The Bachelor: Rome¹

 Bachelor Pad¹

 The Bachelorette¹
 The Bad Girls Club

 Beauty & the Beast¹ (2013-2016)

 Beauty and the Geek

 Blind Date

 Brave New Girls

 Breaking Up with Shannen Doherty

 Built¹ (2014)

 Candid Camera

 Camp¹

 The Carrie Diaries¹ (2013-2014)

 The Catalina¹

 Celebrity Night of Music and Dance

 Change of Heart

 Changeman

 Chasing Maria Menounos

 Chelsea Lately¹ (2008-2010)

 Child's Play
 City Girl Diaries¹ (2014)

 The Class¹

 CNN Headline News

 CNN Showbiz

 CNN World News

 Complete Savages

 The Daily 10¹ (2008-2011)

 Date My Mom¹

 Dateline NBC¹ (2011)

 Dirty Dancing¹

 The Dish¹

 Dracula (2015)

 Dress My Nest

 Dukes of Melrose

 E! News¹ (2008-2011)

 Early Today¹ (2011-2013)

 Earthwatch
 Ed¹

 ElimiDate

 Emergency Call

 Emily Owens, M.D.

 Entertainment Tonight¹

 Entourage¹

 Everwood¹

 EWTN

 Eye Candy¹

 Farmer Wants a Wife¹

 The Fashion Fund

 The Fashion Show

 The Flying Doctors

 Foody Call¹

 For the Juniors

 For Love or Money¹

 Formal Wars¹ (2014-2015)
 Four Weddings

 Freddie¹

 Friday Night Lights¹

 Friends¹ (2008-2011, 2013-2014)

 Friends with Better Lives¹

 Froggy Call¹

 Gallery Girls¹

 The Game¹

 Gerber

 Girls Behaving Badly¹

 The Girls of the Playboy Mansion¹

 Glee¹ (2009-2011, 2013-2015)

 Good Morning, Miami¹

 Gossip Girl¹ (2008-2011)

 Here Come the Newlyweds¹ (2009-2010)

 High School Confidential

 High School Reunion¹
 House of Carters¹

 Hot Guys Who Cook

 How I Met Your Mother¹ (2008-2011)

 I Propose

 Inside Edition¹ ETC: (2008–2011), Talk TV: (2011–2012), Solar News Channel: (2012–2013)

 The Insider¹

 Is She Really Going Out With Him?

 iZombie (2015-ongoing)

 Jake in Progress (2008-2009)

 The Jamie Kennedy Experiment¹

 Joan of Arcadia¹ (2008)

 Just Say No

 Keeping Up with the Kardashians¹ (2008-2011)

 Kendra (2010-2011)

 Kitchen Confidential¹

 Knock First¹

 Launch My Line¹ (2010-2011)
 Late Night with Conan O'Brien¹

 Late Show with David Letterman¹ World TV: (1993-1996), ETC: (2008), Talk TV: (2011–2012), Solar News Channel: (2012–2013)

 The Lying Game

 Make Me a Supermodel¹

 Married Away

 Masked Rider Black

 Material Girl¹

 Meet My Folks¹

 The Millionaire Matchmaker¹ (2009-2011, 2013-2016)

 Miss Advised¹

 MLB on World TV

 Mr. Squiggle and Friends

 Models NYC (2009)

 Models of the Runway (2010-2011)

 Mondays Hollywood Big Hits

 Momma's Boys

 Movie Juice
 Mulligrubs

 My Boys

 My Crazy Love (2015)

 NBC Nightly News¹ (Talk TV/Solar News Channel: 2011-2013)

 New Girl (2013-ongoing)

 New Life TV Shopping

 New York Fashion Week: Catwalk Review

 New Zoo Revue

 Newshour

 The Next Big Thing: New York¹

 Nightline

 Nikita¹

 Nip/Tuck¹

 NYC Prep¹ (2010-2011)

 The O.C.¹

 One Tree Hill¹ (2008-2011)

 The Originals¹ (2013-ongoing)
 Outback Jack¹

 Parental Control¹

 The Phil Donahue Show

 Playschool

 Pretty Little Liars¹ (2010-2011, 2013–present)

 Pretty Wicked¹ (2010)

 Primetime Live

 Privileged¹ (2009-2010)

 Project Runway¹ (2008-2011, 2013-present)

 Project Runway: All Stars

 Project Runway: Threads

 Project Runway: Under The Gunn (2015-2016)

 Pussycat Dolls Present: Girlicious

 Pussycat Dolls Present: The Search for the Next Doll¹

 Quarterlife¹

 Queer Eye For The Straight Guy¹

 The Rachel Zoe Project¹ (2009-2011, 2014)
 Randy Jackson Presents America's Best Dance Crew¹

 Ravenswood¹

 Ready For Love¹

 Relationship Rehab

 SBN Music Videos (Sony and BMG)

 Sally Jessy Raphaël / Sally

 Saturday Night Live¹

 Seinfeld¹

 Selfie (2015)

 Sell-a-Vision

 Sexiest¹

 Shear Genius¹

 The Shepherd's Voice

 The Simple Life¹

 Snoop Dogg's Father Hood¹

 Solar News Channel Presents: Stories¹ (2013)

 The Spectacular World of Guinness Records
 Split Ends¹

 Stalker (2014-2015)

 Star-Crossed¹ (2014)

 Step It Up and Dance¹

 Super Bowl

 Super Fun Night¹ (2013-2014)

 Super Rescue Solbrain

 Superboy

 Takeshi's Castle

 The Talk¹ (2011-2013)

 Thursday Ninja Specials

 Tim Gunn's Guide to Style¹

 Titans¹ (2012)

 TMZ¹ (2008-2011, 2013-present)

 TMZ Weekend (2008-2009)

 The Tudors

 The Today Show¹ (2011-2013)
 Today Weekend¹ (2011-2013)

 Today's Talk¹ (2011-2013)

 Top 20

 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno¹ (2011-2013)

 Top Gear¹ (2012-2013)

 True Beauty¹ (2011)

 Try My Life¹

 Tuesday War Movies

 The Tyra Banks Show¹ (2008-2011)

 Ultimate Style¹

 Undercover Boss¹ (2012-2013)

 Unhitched¹

 Value Vision (1996-2007)

 The Vampire Diaries¹ (2010-2011, 2013-ongoing)

 Veronica Mars¹ (2008)

 Voltron (later on ABS-CBN in 2000)

 Wednesday Sci-Fi Theatre
 Welcome to the Parker¹

 What I Like About You¹

 What It Takes

 Who Wants to Marry My Dad?¹

 Wildfire¹

 Will and Grace¹

 World News Tonight

 World TV Boxing

 Yan Can Cook
¹in cooperation with ETC/Talk TV/Solar News Channel

Defunct shows on ETC[edit]
Local shows[edit]

 Chill Spot (2008-2009)

 ETCETERA (2011-present)

 Limpo On The Go

 Rated Oh! (2004-2008)

 Tonight with JP Limpo!
Foreign shows[edit]

 Age of Love

 Ambush Makeover

 American Dreams

 American Idol (2012-2016)

 America's Next Top Model (2006-2015)

 Average Joe

 The Bachelor

 Bachelor Pad

 The Bachelorette

 Beauty & the Beast (2012-2016)

 The Catalina

 Chelsea Lately (2008-2010)

 The Class

 The Daily 10

 Date My Mom

 Dirty Dancing
 The Dish

 E! News

 Ed

 Emily Owens M.D.

 Entertainment Tonight

 Entourage

 ETC A-List

 Everwood

 Fashion Hunters

 The Fashion Show

 For Love or Money

 Freddie

 Friday Night Lights

 Friends (2005-2014)

 Friends with Benefits

 Froggy Call

 Gallery Girls
 The Game

 Girls Behaving Badly

 The Girls of the Playboy Mansion

 Glee (2009-2015)

 The Glee Project

 Good Morning, Miami

 Gossip Girl (2007-2012)

 Hellcats

 Here Come the Newlyweds

 High School Reunion

 House of Carters

 House of Glam

 House of Jazmin

 How I Met Your Mother (2006-2011)

 Is She Really Going Out With Him?

 Jake in Progress (2007-2009)

 The Jamie Kennedy Experiment
 Joan of Arcadia

 Keeping Up with the Kardashians

 Kitchen Confidential

 Knock First

 Kourtney and Khloé Take Miami

 Last Comic Standing

 Late Night with Conan O'Brien

 The Lying Game (2012–2014)

 Make Me a Supermodel[1]

 Meet My Folks

 Millionaire Matchmaker (2009-2016)

 Models of the Runway (2010-2013)

 My Boys

 NBC Nightly News (2004-2005)

 The Next Big Thing: NY

 The Next: Fame Is at Your Doorstep

 Nikita (2011-2014)
 Nip/Tuck (2004-2007)

 The O.C. (2004-2008)

 One Tree Hill (2004-2012)

 The Originals

 Outback Jack

 Parental Control

 Pretty Little Liars (2010-present)

 Privileged

 Project Accessory

 Project Runway (2005-present)

 Project Runway Philippines

 Pussycat Dolls Present: The Search for the Next Doll

 Quarterlife

 Queer Eye For The Straight Guy

 The Rachel Zoe Project (2009-2014)

 Randy Jackson Presents America's Best Dance Crew

 Ravenswood (2013-2014)
 Saturday Night Live

 The Secret Circle

 Sexiest

 Shear Genius

 Significant Others (2004-2007)

 The Simple Life

 Split Ends[1]

 Starting Over

 Step It Up and Dance[1]

 Tim Gunn's Guide to Style

 The Today Show (2004-2005)

 True Beauty

 Try My Life

 The Tyra Banks Show (2005-2011)

 Ultimate Style

 The Vampire Diaries (2010-present)

 Veronica Mars (2005-2008)
 Welcome to the Parker

 What I Like About You

 Who Wants to Marry My Dad?

 Wildfire

 Will and Grace

 The World According to Paris (2012)
Sports specials on ETC[edit]

 2008 Beijing Olympics (together with 2nd Avenue, Jack TV, Solar Sports and Basketball TV)

Sports specials[edit]

 2005 SEA Games Philippines

 2008 Beijing Olympics¹

 2012 London Olympics¹^^

 Super Bowl 1993

 Battle for Greatness: Pacquiao vs. Mayweather¹^* (May 3, 2015) (together with ABS-CBN, TV5, GMA Network and 2nd Avenue)

 Cotto Vs. Mayweather HBO Sports 24/7 Documentary Special^ (2012)

 National Cheerleading Championship: 2016 Qualifiers¹^ (January 23-February 13, 2016)

 National Cheerleading Championship 2016 National Finals¹^ (March 19-20, 2016)
 Pacquiao Vs. Marquez HBO Sports 24/7 Documentary Special^ (2011)

 Pacquiao Vs. Mosley HBO Sports 24/7 Documentary Special^ (2011)

 Pacquiao Vs. Rios HBO Sports 24/7 Documentary Special^ (November 2013)
¹in cooperation with ETC/Talk TV/Solar News Channel
^in cooperation with Solar Sports
^^in cooperation with Sports5
(*) in cooperation with Solar Entertainment Corporation

Special coverage/TV specials[edit]

 American Idol (season 13) Grand Finale¹ (May 22, 2014)

 American Idol (season 14) Grand Finale¹ (May 13 and 14, 2015)

 American Idol: The Farewell Season: Grand Finale Week¹ (April 6-8, 2016)

 The 59th Annual Grammy Awards 20171 (February 13, 2017)

 BBC Radio 1's: Big Weekend 20141 (December 21, 2014, re-run May 9, 2015)

 Beyonce: Destined For Stardom (December 12, 2015)

 Coldplay: Ghost Stories¹ (December 28, 2014, re-run May 23, 2015)

 Election 20132 (May 10–11, 2013)

 News.PH: Miting de Avance Special¹ (May 1 and May 8, 2013)

 Impeachment of Renato Corona¹ (January 16–May 2012)

 FIRST: The Story of the London 2012 Olympic Games¹ (February 23, 2013)
 State of the Nation Address¹

 2013 US Presidential Elections Coverage¹ (November 2012)

 Congressional Debate on RH Bill¹ (December 12 and December 17, 2012)

 Ed Sheeran: Live in Dublin1 (February 14, 2015)

 Jason Mraz: Live at the Avocado Ranch¹ (December 28, 2014)

 Jason Mraz Special1 (October 25 and 27, 2014)

 JT: Reflections (May 21, 2016)

 Miss Universe 20161 (January 30, 2017)

 Philippine Fashion Week: Spring Summer¹ (February 7 and 21, 2016)

 Philippine Fashion Week: Holiday 2016¹ (July 3-August 7, 2016)

 Senate Probe on Pork Barrel¹ (August–November 2013)

 2012: A Solar News Year End Report¹ (December 31, 2012)

 Teen Choice Awards 2014¹ (August 11, 2014)

 Teen Choice Awards 2015¹ (August 17, 2015)

 Teen Choice Awards 2016¹ (August 1, 2016)

 TownHall: Ninoy, The Shot that Rang Out ¹ (August 21, 2013)

 TownHall: Throwback Martial Law: Never Again ¹ (September 20, 2013)
 TownHall: Aftershocks¹ (October 18, 2013)

 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade¹ (2012-2013)

 Gaga by Gaultier¹ (February 14, 2014)

 Sketchers Street Dance Battle Finals Night (2008-2010, 2013-2014)

 Skechers Streetdance Battle : Year 4¹ (December 14 and 21, 2008)

 Skechers Streetdance Battle : Year 5¹ (December 13 and 20, 2009)

 Skechers Streetdance Battle : Year 6¹ (December 12 and 19, 2010)

 Skechers Streetdance Battle : Year 9¹ (December 8 and 15, 2013)

 Skechers Streetdance Battle : Year 10¹ (December 7 and 14, 2014)

 MEGA Fashion Crew Reloaded in Paris TV Special¹ (June 14, 2014)

 The Today Show Toyota Concert Series¹ (May 25-September 21, 2013)

 MEGA YDC20 Special¹ (April 26, May 3 and 10, 2015)
¹in cooperation with ETC/Talk TV/Solar News Channel

See also[edit]

 Southern Broadcasting Network

 Solar Entertainment Corporation

 ETC (the former name of Talk TV and Solar News Channel)

 List of programs broadcast by ETC
References[edit]

1. ^ Jump up to:a b c Part of ETC Recall

List of programs broadcast by 2nd Avenue
This is a list of programs broadcast by 2nd Avenue on RJTV, airing on UHF terrestrial television station 2nd Avenue/RJTV 29 Manila a
partnership with Solar Entertainment Corporation through facilities and blocktime agreement with Rajah Broadcasting Network.
programming consists of comedy series, drama series, lifestyle, entertainment news programs, talk shows, sitcoms, reality shows, movie
block and infomercials programs.
Produced in the U.S. and Britain. Most of the American TV shows are from broadcast networks such as ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, and The
CW and cable channels such as Travel Channel, FX, Esquire Network, Bravo, USA Network and CNN. Several Australian shows are
from Seven Network, while some of British TV programs are from BBC.
For the previously aired shows of RJTV, see List of programs previously broadcast by RJTV.

Currently broadcast[edit]
Local programs[edit]

 RJ Sunday Jam* (RJTV 29: 2003; simulcast on RJ 100.3 and DZRJ 810 AM)

 Thank God it's RJ* (RJTV 29: 1993)
Infotainment[edit]

 2nd Avenue Hip Radar (Cable TV: 2007, RJTV 29: 2008)

 In Her Shoes (Season break) (RJTV 29: 2015)
Infomercials[edit]

 Shop TV (RJTV 29: 2009)
Movie block[edit]

 The Screening Room (RJTV 29: 2011)
U.S. TV series[edit]
Comedy series[edit]

 Life in Pieces (Season 2) (RJTV 29: 2015)

 The Middle (Season 8) (RJTV 29: 2011)

 The Mindy Project (Season break) (RJTV 29: 2013)

 Modern Family (Season 8) (RJTV 29: 2010)

 Odd Mom Out (Season break) (RJTV 29: 2016)

 Playing House (Season break) (RJTV 29: 2014)
Drama series[edit]

 APB (RJTV 29: 2017)

 Arrow (RJTV 29: 2016)

 Blindspot (RJTV 29: 2016)

 Bones (Season 12) (RJTV 29: 2016)

 Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce (Season break) (RJTV 29: 2015)

 Madam Secretary (Season 2) (RJTV 29: 2015)

 Pure Genius (RJTV 29: 2016)
 Shades of Blue (RJTV 29: 2016)

 Suits (Season 6) (RJTV 29: 2016)

 This Is Us (RJTV 29: 2016)

 This Life (RJTV 29: 2016)

 Training Day (RJTV 29: 2017)

 Winners and Losers (Teaser) (RJTV 29: 2014)
Reality series[edit]

 Donut Showdown (Season break) (RJTV 29: 2014)

 Ellen's Design Challenge (Season break) (RJTV 29: 2015)

 The Great Christmas Light Fight (Season break) (RJTV 29: 2015)

 Knife Fight (Season break) (RJTV 29: 2014)

 Restaurant Takeover (Season break) (RJTV 29: 2014)

 Save with Jamie (RJTV 29: 2017)

 Top Chef (Season 13) (Cable TV: 2007, RJTV 29: 2008)
Talk shows, travel, documentary[edit]

 Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations (Season break) (RJTV 29: (2015)

 The Ellen DeGeneres Show (Season 14) (Cable TV: 2005–2007, RJTV 29: 2008)

 Great Continental Railway Journeys (Season break) (RJTV 29: (2015)
Entertainment news[edit]

 Entertainment Tonight (Cable TV: 2007, RJTV 29: 2008)

 Inside Edition (Cable TV: 2006–2007, RJTV 29: 2008, 2011)

 Inside Edition Weekend (Cable TV: 2006–2007, RJTV 29: 2008, 2011)

Upcoming shows[edit]

 Angel from Hell (2017)

 Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown (2017)

 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (Season 15) (2017)

 Shots Fired (March 23, 2017)

 Taken (February 28, 2017)

Previously aired on RJTV/2nd Avenue[edit]
Main article: List of programs aired by 2nd Avenue/RJTV

See also[edit]

 2nd Avenue

 List of programs aired by 2nd Avenue/RJTV

 Rajah Broadcasting Network

 Solar Entertainment Corporation
List of programs aired by 2nd Avenue/RJTV
This is a list of programs previously aired by RJTV and 2nd Avenue. For the current shows on 2nd Avenue of this network, see List of
programs broadcast by 2nd Avenue.

Local defunct shows[edit]
News programs[edit]

 Newsline Citybeat

 Newsline Consumers Front

 RJTV Interactive News
Public service[edit]

 Doc Willie and Liza

 Heartbeat Philippines

 Interactive Health

 On Scene: Emergency Response
Current affairs[edit]

 Insight

 Legally Speaking

 Pag-usapan Natin
 Rapido Sa RJTV
Talk shows[edit]

 Hearts on Fire

 Jorel Of All Trades

 Talk to Harry (now on Global News Network)
Travel shows[edit]

 Only Gemma
Variety shows[edit]

 Acoustic Show with Paul Toledo

 Alternatives

 Bibingka, Puto Bumbong, Musika, Atbp: The RJTV Christmas Special (December 23, 1994)

 Catch a Rising Star

 Executive Lounge with Dale Adriatrico

 Gimme a Break! (2007)

 Hapi Our

 Live by Request

 Livewire

 Local Jam
 Pinoy Arts Exposed

 Saturday Night Live with Jorel Tan

 Seasons On-Stage

 Thank God It's RJ¹

 Wednesday Underground

 A Wonderful Evening with Arthur Manuntag
Celebrity talk shows[edit]

 All The Way Show (previously aired on QTV, TV5, GMA 7 & now back to TV5 as Medyo Late Night Show with Jojo A. All The Way,
2014–present)

 With Richard Reynoso

 With Henri Casimiro

 With Monica Llamas

 With Jorel Tan

 All The Way With Jojo A.

 The Bill Bailey Show

 The Lynn Sherman Show

 Medyo Late Night Show with Jojo A. All The Way (previously aired on QTV, TV5, GMA 7 & now back to TV5 as Medyo Late Night
Show with Jojo A. All The Way, 2014–present)
Youth-oriented shows[edit]

 Blazin' RnB (2003)

 Kaibigan (2007)

 Livewire (1993)

 Local Jam (1993-1995)

 Saturday Night Live with Jorel Tan (2007)

 Wednesday Underground (2007)
Showbiz oriented[edit]

 Look Who's Talking with Chito Alcid
Religious shows[edit]

 Ang Dating Daan (1995-1998, now aired on UNTV 37: 2004–present)

 Armor of God (2001-2004)

 The Chaplet Of The Divine Mercy (1993-2007, now both aired on PTV 4 1985-2005 as English version & also aired on ABS-CBN 2
2005 – present as Tagalog version)

 Oras ng Himala

 Oras ng Katotohanan

 Family Rosary Crusade (1993-2007)
Reality shows[edit]

 New Generation (2005-2007)

 Two Stops Over With Paco Guerrero¹ (2010-2012)
Lifestyle shows[edit]

 Body and Face by Mendez

 For Sharing

 Home Buddies

 Slice of Life with Melissa Gecolea¹

 Suzy's Cue with Suzy Gutler (2005)

 You've Been Served with Chef Red¹
Drama[edit]

 Ariel Lin Drama Specials (2002-2007)

 Sta. Zita At Si Mary Rose (1989; moved to ABS-CBN, 1989-1992)
Kids' programs[edit]

 Junior Jam

 Kiddeo

 Kiddie News

 Worlds of Fun TV Game Show
Sports[edit]

 Pinoy Wrestling

 Pinoy Wrestling Reloaded

 Sportzblitz

 Sportztackle
Game shows[edit]

 Spin 2 Win (2007-2008)
Infomercials[edit]

 EZ Shop

 Home TV Shopping

 Home Shopping Network

 New Life Shopping TV

 Value Vision
Movie blocks[edit]

 3rd Row¹

 Pinoy Box Office

 Sunday Night Movies

 Xclusive Cinema Special
Previously aired programs[edit]

 30 Days''¹

 Ally McBeal¹

 America's Got Talent¹

 America's Next Great Restaurant¹

 Anything For A Laugh

 Are You There, Chelsea?¹

 Back in the Game¹

 Back to You¹

 Better with You¹

 Bewitched

 Big Shots¹

 The Biggest Loser¹

 The Biggest Loser UK Edition¹

 Blow Out¹

 Bono

 Boston Legal¹
 Box Office America

 Business in a Box

 Californication¹

 Case 2 Case

 Celebrity Cooking Showdown¹

 Celebrity Says!¹

 Classic Rock

 Coach

 Cold Turkey¹

 The Crazy Ones¹

 Dateline NBC¹

 Deal or No Deal USA¹

 Denise Austin's Daily Workout

 Dharma & Greg¹

 Diff'rent Strokes

 Dinner: Impossible¹

 Dinosaucers
 The Directors¹

 Doogie Howser, M.D.¹

 Double Exposure¹

 Dr. 90210¹

 Dr. Phil¹

 Dress My Nest¹

 Early Today¹

 ER¹

 Extreme Makeover: Home Edition¹

 The Facts of Life

 Fairy Tales Stories

 Fantastic Four

 Farmer Wants a Wife¹

 Father Knows Best

 The Funky Phantom

 Golf in Paradise

 Good Morning! How Are You?
 Growing Up Fisher¹ (2014)

 Hell's Kitchen¹

 Hollywood 101¹

 Hot Shots¹

 Hot Stuff

 House¹

 I Hate My Teenage Daughter¹

 I Propose¹

 In Plain Sight¹

 Inside the Actor's Studio¹

 Inside Edition¹

 The Insider♥

 Jeopardy!¹

 The Jerry Springer Show¹

 Josie and the Pussycats

 Josie and The Pussy Cats in Outer Space

 Kath & Kim¹
 Kimora: Life in the Fab Lane¹

 Kitchen Nightmares¹

 Kristie's Fill Your House for Free (2015)

 The L Word¹

 Life Choices

 Lipstick Jungle¹

 Live from Abbey Road¹

 Living Coffee¹

 The Lonely Chef

 Love Bites¹

 Lovespring International¹

 Mad Men¹

 Malcolm in the Middle¹

 The Man Called U.N.C.L.E.

 Marcel's Quantum Kitchen¹

 Married... with Children

 Maury¹
 Men in Trees¹

 The Mentalist¹3

 Mercy¹

 Million Dollar Listing¹

 Mister T

 Mixing With The Best¹

 The Moment of Truth¹

 Nanny 911¹

 The Naughty Kitchen with Chef Blythe Beck¹

 NBC Nightly News¹

 The New Adventures of Old Christine¹

 Nip/Tuck¹

 Notes from the Underbelly¹

 Oh Tokyo!

 The Oprah Winfrey Show¹

 Outsourced¹

 The Price Is Right¹
 Pushing Daisies¹

 R.A.I.D.

 The Real Housewives of Atlanta¹

 The Real Housewives of New York City¹

 The Real Housewives of Orange County¹

 Reservations Required¹

 The Riches¹

 Rita Rocks'¹

 Royal Pains¹3

 Saved¹

 Saving Grace¹

 Sealab 2020

 Sean Saves the World¹ (2014)

 Sex and the City¹

 Shazzan

 Showbiz Moms & Dads¹

 Side Order of Life¹
 Silent Majority¹

 Six Feet Under¹

 Skating with Celebrities¹

 Slot Machine

 Small Wonder¹

 Soap

 Stargazer

 The Starter Wife¹

 Starting Over¹

 Still Standing¹

 The Streets of San Francisco

 Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip¹

 Summerland¹

 Super Sports Follies

 Tabloid Wars¹

 Tease¹

 Thintervention with Jackie Warner¹
 Three's Company

 Ticket to Adventure

 The Today Show¹

 Top Chef¹

 Top Chef Masters¹

 Tori & Dean: Inn Love¹

 Trading Spouses¹

 Trust Me¹

 Unan1mous¹

 Under Cover

 Video Fashion

 Wacky Races

 Wait Till Your Father Gets Home

 The Wall Street Journal Report with Maria Bartiromo¹

 The Wedding Band¹

 The West Wing¹

 What Would You Do?
 Wheel of Fortune¹

 Windfall¹

 The Wonder Years¹
♥ Now moved to ETC
● Now moved to Jack TV
3
Now moved to CT
¹ Acquired through the blocktime agreement with 2nd Avenue

Foreign defunct shows on 2nd Avenue[edit]
All shows[edit]

 1600 Penn

 30 Days

 A Bryk at a Time (2015-2016)

 Ally McBeal

 American Dream Builders (2014-2015)

 America's Got Talent

 America's Next Great Restaurant

 Back in the Game

 Back to You

 Ben and Kate
 Better with You

 Big Shots

 Big Spring Clean

 The Biggest Loser

 Blow Out

 The Biggest Loser (UK)

 Building Bryks

 Celebrity Cooking Showdown

 Chef Academy

 Chef Roblé & Co. (2012-2014)

 Cilla (March 12-26, 2016)

 The Crazy Ones

 Dateline NBC

 Deception (2014-2015)

 Dharma & Greg

 Dinner: Impossible

 The Directors
 Dogs in the City

 Doogie Howser, M.D.

 Dr. 90210

 Dr. Phil

 Dress My Nest

 E! True Hollywood Story

 Early Today ♠

 Eat, Drink, Love (2014, re-run; 2015)

 ER

 Extreme Makeover Home Edition

 The Gates

 Go On

 Guys with Kids

 Hart of Dixie (2011–2015)

 Heartbeat

 Hell's Kitchen

 Hollywood One on One
 Hot Shots

 Hotel Babylon (2014-2015)

 House

 In Plain Sight

 Inside the Actor's Studio

 The Insider ♥

 The Jeff Probst Show

 Jeopardy!

 The Jerry Springer Show

 Kath & Kim

 Kimora: Life in the Fab Lane

 Kitchen Nightmares

 The L Word

 Life of Riley

 Lipstick Jungle

 Live from Abbey Road

 Living Coffee
 Love Bites

 Mad Men

 Malcolm in the Middle

 Marcel's Quantum Kitchen

 Marco's Kitchen Burnout (2014)

 The Maury Povich Show

 Men In Trees

 The Mentalist

 Mercy

 Miami Social

 Million Dollar Decorators

 Million Dollar Listing

 The Mindy Project

 Mistresses UK (2014)

 Mixing With the Best

 The Moment of Truth

 The Mysteries of Laura (2014-2016)
 Nanny 911

 The Naughty Kitchen with Chef Blythe Beck

 NBC Nightly News ♠

 The New Adventures of Old Christine

 The New Normal

 Nip/Tuck

 Notes from the Underbelly

 Now Eat This! With Rocco DiSpirito (2014-2015)

 The Oprah Winfrey Show

 Outsourced

 Parenthood (2010-2015)

 The Playboy Club

 Pregnant in Heels

 The Price Is Right

 Pushing Daisies

 The Queen Latifah Show

 The Real Housewives of New York City
 The Real Housewives of Orange County

 Repeat After Me

 Reservations Required

 The Restaurant Man (2014-2015)

 The Riches

 Rita Rocks

 Rocco's Dinner Party

 Royal Pains

 Saved

 Saving Grace

 Sex and the City

 Showbiz Moms & Dads

 Showdog Moms & Dads

 Sicily Unpacked

 Side Order of Life

 Skating With Celebrities

 Small Wonder
 Smash

 The Starter Wife

 Starting Over

 State of Affairs (2016)

 Still Standing

 Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip

 Suburgatory (2011–2015)

 Tabloid Wars

 Tease

 Telenovela (2016)

 Three Wishes

 The Today Show ♠

 Top Chef

 Top Chef Duels

 Top Chef: Just Desserts

 Top Chef Masters (2010-2015)

 Top Design
 Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood

 Tori & Dean: Inn Love

 Trading Spouses

 Trust Me

 The Millers

 The Tudors

 Unan1mous

 Wall Street Journal Report

 The Wanda Sykes Show

 Web Therapy

 The Wedding Band

 Weeds

 The West Wing

 Wheel Of Fortune

 Who Do You Think You Are?

 Witches of East End (2014)

 Windfall
 The Wonder Years
(♠) - Now moved to Solar News Channel
(♥) - Now moved to ETC

Local shows[edit]

 Slice of Life with Melissa Gecolea

 Two Stops Over (now moved to 9TV, 2014–present)

 You've Been Served with Chef Red
Sports coverage[edit]

 2008 Beijing Olympic Games coverage (recently concluded)

 2011 Southeast Asian Games
TV specials[edit]

 The Ellen Degeneres Show's Post Oscars Special (March 9, 2014)

See also[edit]

 DZRJ-TV

 2nd Avenue

 List of programs broadcast by 2nd Avenue

 Rajah Broadcasting Network

 Solar Entertainment Corporation
List of programs broadcast by Jack TV
This is the list of programs that broadcast on Jack TV, a Filipino cable and satellite television network owned by Solar Entertainment
Corporation.

Currently broadcast on Jack TV[edit]
U.S. TV series[edit]
Sitcom[edit]

 The Big Bang Theory (season 10)

 Billy & Billie

 Brooklyn Nine-Nine (season 3)

 I Live with Models

 It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (season break)

 The Last Man on Earth (season 3)

 Louie (season break)

 Man Seeking Woman (season break)

 Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll (season 2)

 Undateable (season 3)

 You're the Worst (season 2)
Science fiction and drama series[edit]

 The 100 (season break)

 American Horror Story (season 6)

 Arrow (season 5)6 10

 Bates Motel (season 4)

 Being Human

 Defiance (season 3)

 Empire (season 3)4

 The Flash (season 3)1 10

 Gotham

 Grimm (season 6)

 Lucifer (season 2)

 Salem (season 2)

 Suits (season 6)6

 Supergirl (season 2)1

 Z Nation (season 2)
Animated series[edit]

 American Dad! (season break)3
 Bob's Burgers (season 6)

 Family Guy (season 15)3

 The Simpsons (season 28)3
Variety/sketch/musical[edit]

 Rebel Music

 Saturday Night Live (season break)
Reality series[edit]

 The Art Of (season 2)

 Best Ink (season break)

 Brew Dogs (season 2)

 Sisterhood of Hip Hop

 Skin Wars (season break)

 Street Art Throwdown (season break)

 Survivor (US) (season 30)

 Tattoos After Dark (season 2)
Local programs[edit]
Infotainment programs[edit]

 The Big Thing
 Hype (a 5-minute segment)

 Off The Wall (a 5-minute segment)
Infomercials[edit]

 Shop TV1 5 6 7 8 9
Movies and specials block[edit]

 Jack TV Handpicked
Special features[edit]

 Jack TV Preview
1
also airing on ETC (through SBN 21)
2
also airing on CT (no longer airing)
3
also airing on Fox Philippines
4
also airing on STAR World Philippines
5
also airing on GMA News TV
6
also airing on 2nd Avenue (through RJTV 29)
7
also airing on BEAM TV
8
also airing on Basketball TV
9
also airing on Solar Sports
10
also airing on TV5

Upcoming programs[edit]

 Baskets (2017)

 Better Things (2017)

 HitRecord on TV (2017)

 Legends of Tomorrow (2017)

 Making History (March 6, 2017)
 Powerless (February 24, 2017)

 Superstore (2017)

 Time After Time (March 6, 2017)

Previously broadcast on Jack TV[edit]
International programs[edit]

0-9[edit]

 $25 Million Dollar Hoax

 $#*! My Dad Says

 24

 30 Rock

 666 Park Avenue
A[edit]

 About a Boy

 Aliens in America

 Allen Gregory

 Alphas

 American Gladiators

 America's Best Dance Crew
 Andy Barker, P. I.

 Arrested Development

 The Avengers
B[edit]

 Back to You

 Banzai

 The Batman

 Batman Beyond

 Battleground

 Beast Wars: Transformers

 Beat the Geeks

 Beat TV

 Beauty and the Geek (Seasons 3-5)

 Ben 106

 Blue Collar TV

 Bones4 3 1

 Brainiac: Science Abuse

 Brand X with Russell Brand
 Brickleberry

 Burn Notice
C[edit]

 Chappelle's Show

 Cheat!

 Chelsea Lately

 The Chicago Code

 Chozen

 Chuck

 Cinematech

 Clipped

 The Cleveland Show

 The Comedians

 Comedy Central Presents

 Comedy Inc.

 Conan

 Constantine

 Cooper Barrett's Guide to Surviving Life
 Crank Yankers
D[edit]

 The Daily Show with Jon Stewart

 A Day in the Life

 Damien

 Defying Gravity

 Distraction UK

 Doogie Howser, M.D.

 Dr. Katz

 Drawn Together
E[edit]

 The Event

 Everybody Hates Chris
F[edit]

 Fantastic Four

 FilmFakers

 Futurama
G[edit]

 Glee

 The Glee Project

 Ground Floor4
H[edit]

 Heavy Gear

 Heroes Reborn

 House
I[edit]

 I Just Want My Pants Back

 The Incredible Hulk

 Insomniac with Dave Attell
J[edit]

 Jackie Chan Adventures

 The Jamie Kennedy Experiment

 The Jay Leno Show

 The Joe Schmo Show (Seasons 1 and 2)

 Just For Laughs Gags (latest episodes now on Universal Channel Asia and Diva Asia)5
 Just for Variety

 Just Kidding

 Justice League

 Justice League Unlimited
K[edit]

 Kelsey Grammer Presents: The Sketch Show

 Kid Notorious

 The Killing4

 King of the Hill
L[edit]

 Last Comic Standing

 Late Night with Conan O'Brien

 Late Night with Jimmy Fallon

 Late Show with David Letterman

 Legion of Super Heroes

 Legit

 Lie to Me

 Live from Abbey Road
 Loonatics Unleashed

 The Loop
M[edit]

 Mad

 MADtv

 Malcolm in the Middle

 The Man Show

 Man vs. Cartoon

 Max Steel

 Megas XLR

 Merlin

 The Messengers

 The Middle3

 Minority Report

 Motormouth

 Mulaney

 My Name is Earl
N[edit]

 Napoleon Dynamite
O[edit]

 The Office (US)
P[edit]

 Parks and Recreation

 Partners

 Premium Blend

 Primetime Glick

 Psych4

 Pushing Daisies

 Pussycat Dolls Present: Girlicious

 Pussycat Dolls Present: The Search for the Next Doll
R[edit]

 Raising Hope

 The Real Gilligan's Island

 Ren & Stimpy "Adult Party Cartoon"

 Reno 911!
 Revolution

 Ride with Funkmaster Flex

 Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory
S[edit]

 Samurai Jack

 Scare Tactics

 Shorties Watching Shorties

 Sirens

 Small Wonder

 Snoop Dogg's Fatherhood

 Sons of Anarchy

 South Park

 Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends

 Still Standing

 Straight Plan for the Gay Man

 Street Smarts

 Stripperella

 Surviving Jack
T[edit]

 Terra Nova

 That '70s Show

 That's My Bush

 TMZ1

 Tommy Lee Goes to College

 The Tomorrow People

 The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien

 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno

 Touch

 Trigger Happy TV

 Two and a Half Men
U[edit]

 Unsupervised
W[edit]

 The War at Home

 The Wonder Years

 Web Soup
 Weekends at the DL

 White Collar

 Who Wants to be a Superhero?

 Wilfred

 Worst Case Scenario
X[edit]

 X-Men

 X-Men: Evolution

 X-Play
WWE programs[edit]

 ECW

 WWE Afterburn1

 WWE Bottom Line1

 WWE Experience

 WWE Heat

 WWE NXT1

 WWE Raw1

 WWE SmackDown1
 WWE Velocity

 WWE Vintage Collection1
1
now currently airing on Fox Philippines
2
now currently airing on ETC (through SBN 21)
3
now currently airing on 2nd Avenue (through RJTV 29)
4
now currently airing on CT
5
now currently airing on Universal Channel Asia and Diva Asia
6
now currently airing on TV5
7
now currently airing on GMA Network

Movie and specials block[edit]

 Jack In The Box

 Jack Peep' Choice

 Jack's Booth

 JackYard
Informative[edit]

 The Peep Show
Informercials[edit]

 Home Shopping Network
Sports Coverage[edit]

 2008 Beijing Olympic Games Coverage (2008; together with ETC, 2nd Avenue, C/S 9, Solar Sports and Basketball TV)

 WWE Bragging Rights (2009–2010)

 WWE Elimination Chamber (2010-2012)
 WWE Extreme Rules (2010-2011)

 WWE Hell in a Cell (2009–2011)

 WWE Money in the Bank (2010–2011)

 WWE Night of Champions (2008-2011)

 WWE NXT Grand Finals (2010-2011)

 WWE Over the Limit (2010–2011)

 WWE Royal Rumble (2005–2012)

 WWE SummerSlam (2006-2011)

 WWE Survivor Series (2005–2011)

 WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs (2009–2011)

 WWE Vengeance (2005-2007, 2011)

 WWE Wrestlemania (2005–2011)

See also[edit]

 Jack TV

 Solar Entertainment Corporation, official broadcasting

 ETC, official broadcasting on free TV partner on The Flash, Supergirl and Shop TV
List of programs broadcast by CT
This is a list of programs broadcast by CT, a Filipino cable and satellite television network that includes dramas, sitcoms, reality, men's
lifestyle, classic shows, and talk show programs produced in the U.S. and Britain. Most of the American TV shows are from broadcast
networks such as ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, and The CW and cable channels such asFX, Esquire Network, TBS and USA Network.

The following are the programs which are now aired on cable.

On March 22, 2015, the channel was renamed as CT, signaling a deviation from the "Jack" branding.

Currently broadcast on CT[edit]
U.S. comedy TV series[edit]

 The Odd Couple

 Significant Mother
U.S. TV talk shows[edit]

 The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
U.S. drama series[edit]

 The Americans (season 3)

 American Crime Story

 Blue

 Chicago Fire

 Chicago P.D.
 Containment

 Elementary

 Graceland

 Hiding

 Law and Order: Special Victims Unit (season 14)

 Legends (season 2)

 Motive

 NCIS

 Person of Interest

 Prime Suspect

 Psych (season 8)

 Rectify

 Rosewood

 Royal Pains

 The Strain (season 2)

 Tyrant (season 3)

 Warehouse 13 (season 5)
U.S. reality TV series[edit]

 Best Bars in America (season 2)

 Car Matchmaker (season 2)

 How I Rock It

 Women We Love (TV special)
Local programs[edit]
Infotainment programs[edit]

 CT Exclusive
Movie block[edit]

 CT Premiere

Upcoming programs[edit]

 Chicago Justice (2017)

 Chicago Med (2017)

 Rush Hour (2017)

 Second Chance (2017)

 Taboo (2017)

 Top Gear (Season 19) (2017)
Previous programs[edit]
CHASE/Jack City/CT[edit]
Note: CHASE/JackCITY was also aired via BEAM TV before September 1, 2014.

 24

 24: Live Another Day

 Alcatraz

 Allegiance

 American Odyssey

 Arrow (Season 1-3, discontinued, currently airing on Jack TV & 2nd Avenue)

 Awake

 The Black Box (special TV movie premiere of CHASE)

 Breakout Kings

 Bones (moved to 2nd Avenue)

 Burn Notice

 Chase

 City Eye

 City Lounge Presents (special TV movie premiere of JackCITY)

 The Closer
 Cold Case[1]

 Complications

 Covert Affairs

 Dig

 Do No Harm

 The Following

 Forever

 Fringe

 Gang Related

 Golden Boy

 Gotham (moved to Jack TV)

 Grimm (Season 1-4, discontinued, currently airing on Jack TV)

 The Grinder

 Ground Floor

 House

 In Plain Sight

 Ironside
 JackCITY Central

 JackCITY Exclusives (special feature programs/behind the scenes of JackCITY)

 The Killing

 Law and Order

 Life

 Limelight (special features about the artists of JackCITY)

 Lucky Bastards

 Monday Mornings

 Persons Unknown

 Reckless

 Revolution

 Rush

 Shades of Blue (moved to 2nd Avenue)

 Sons of Anarchy

 Terra Nova

 The Mentalist

 Those Who Kill
 Touch

 Trauma

 V

 Vegas[2]

 Weekend Fix

 White Collar

 Without a Trace

See also[edit]

 Chase

 CT

 Jack City

 List of Philippine television shows

 Solar Entertainment Corporation

References[edit]

1. Jump up^ Refer to 1

2. Jump up^ Quaid stars in new drama on Jack City retrieved via Philstar.com 11-20-2012
The Game Channel
The Game Channel [3] (abbreviated TGC, stylized as tgc from January 2014 - February 2015) was a Filipino cable and satellitetelevision
network owned and produced by Solar Entertainment Corporation who also created the networks My Movie Channel, NBA Premium
TV, Jack TV, Solar Sports, BTV.[4][5] It was available over Destiny Cable channel 89, Cablelink channel 225 and Cignal Digital TV channel
19. This network is more focused on family game shows and reality game shows.

The Game Channel (TGC)

Final Logo of The Game Channel (TGC) from 2014 to 2015

Launched April 8, 2011

Closed February 28, 2015[1]
Owned by Solar Entertainment Corporation

Picture format 480i (SDTV)

Slogan We Got Game

Country Philippines

Language English

Broadcast area Defunct

Headquarters Mandaluyong City,Philippines [2]

Replaced by My Movie Channel

Sister channel(s) My Movie Channel

Jack City

Jack TV

Solar Sports

BTV

NBA Premium TV
History[edit]
Initial broadcast and BEAM Channel 31 affiliate[edit]

Logo of The Game Channel. (2011)

Logo of The Game Channel from 2012-2014

The Game Channel launched on April 8, 2011 on Destiny Cable. It conducted its initial test broadcast from April 8, 2011 until September 29.
Recently, it had launched its initial broadcast on BEAM Channel 31 on August 15, 2011. It had its official broadcast together with its former
affiliated free TV networkBEAM Channel 31 on September 30, 2011.[6][7] On October 1, 2011, The Game Channel (together with its latter
free-to-air broadcasting partner – BEAM TV Channel 31) was formally launched on SkyCablevia channel 84 (in compliance with the NTC's
rules of must-carry basis) and it was available through its digital platform.

The Game Channel & CHASE[edit]

On December 24, The Game Channel limited its broadcast on daytime sharing with a new channel CHASE (later Jack City and nowCT)
which takes over the evening block.[8][9]

Chase goes 24[edit]

In the middle of February 2012, while CHASE started its broadcast, there is an investigator note appeared on every show of Chase (which
is located on the lower-left side on the TV screens). Noted that CHASE goes 24. After that event, on February 15, 2012, The Game
Channelbid farewell to the Free-TV Viewers. Chase took all over its permanent blocktime broadcast. This network was broadcast
on Destiny Cable(channel 89) on the same day.

Replace by My Movie Channel[edit]

After almost 3 years on broadcasting, The Game Channel announced that they will no longer broadcasting on television effective February
28, 2015[10] and gave thanks to its viewers before they sign-off for the last time, and replacing into My Movie Channel can be seen
on Destiny Cable (Digital) Channel 219 (Analog) Channel 89 and Cablelink (Digital) Channel 225, starting on March 1, 2015. However, it did
not last long, as Solar Entertainment announced that My Movie Channel will also ceased exist – followed suit when it took effect four
months later - on July 1, 2015.

Programming[edit]
Final aired programs[edit]

Game Shows[edit]

 Jeopardy! (season 29)

 Wheel of Fortune (season 30)
Reality Shows[edit]

 America's Got Talent (season 8)

 Fat March (season 1)

 The Bachelorette (season 9)

 The Bachelor (season 10)

 The Biggest Loser (season 10)

 The Kitchen Millionaire

 Top Chef (season 10)

 Total Blackout (season 2)
Other[edit]

 America's Next Great Restaurant

 Game Changers (season 1)

 Ice Cold Cash (season 1)

 The League (season 3)
Previously aired programs (with BEAM Channel 31)[edit]

 RPN News Watch (aired also on BEAM channel 31 and on RPN 9)¹
 RPN NewsCap (aired also on BEAM channel 31 and on RPN 9)¹

 Jai-Alai

 2011 Presidents Cup

 Minute to Win It

 Pictureka! (TV series)

 Family Game Night

 Dance Your Ass Off (Season 2)

 Top Chef: All Stars

 Top Chef Masters (Season 2)

 Survivor: Redemption Island

 Survivor: South Pacific

 Top Chef: Just Desserts (Season 1)

 The Price Is Right

 Thintervention with Jackie Warner

 Top Chef Masters (season 3)
 The Biggest Loser: Couples 3

 Rocco's Dinner Party

 Survivor: One World

 Top Town

 Splash

 Going Straight

¹Updated as of September 6, 2013

See also[edit]

 GSN (American television channel devoted to game shows & reality shows)

 Challenge (a United Kingdom channel devoted to airing British game shows from various archives along with some international
games)

 Solar TV (now defunct)

 Chase (now CT)

 GameTV (a Canadian channel which airs classic Canadian game shows, and other casino gaming programs)

 Вопрóсьі и отвéтьі ("Questions and Answers"/a Russian channel devoted to airing Russian game shows along with a few
international ones)
 Solar Entertainment Corporation

 BEAM Channel 31 (A television network which formerly broadcast on The Game Channel)

References[edit]

1. Jump up^ https://www.facebook.com/gamechannelph/photos/a.176165322483852.28637.172383316195386/598731380227242/?
type=1&theater

2. Jump up^ [1]

3. Jump up^ The Game Channel Station ID and MTRCB rating retrieved via www.youtube.com 05-25-2012

4. Jump up^ Solar TV and IBM Sign Subscription Services Agreement for better content management retrieved at Lyngsat.com 07-04-2012

5. Jump up^ Solar Entertainment Corporation Profile

6. Jump up^ THE GAME CHANNEL commercials retrieved via www.youtube.com 10-27-2011

7. Jump up^ THE GAME CHANNEL commercials 2 with MTRCB Rating retrieved via www.youtube.com 11-16-2011

8. Jump up^ The Game Channel Changes to CHASE on BEAM Channel 31 retrieved via www.youtube.com 01-02-2012

9. Jump up^ CHASE Changes to The Game Channel on BEAM Channel 31 retrieved via www.youtube.com 01-03-2012

10. Jump up^ https://www.facebook.com/gamechannelph/photos/a.176165322483852.28637.172383316195386/598731380227242/?
type=1&theater

External links[edit]

 The Game Channel on Facebook

 The Game Channel on Twitter
List of programs broadcast by ABS-CBN Sports and Action
This is a list of current and upcoming programs that are to be broadcast by S+A, a free-to-air and internationally carried sports and
action channel owned by ABS-CBN.
For the previously aired defunct shows of this network, see List of programs aired by ABS-CBN Sports and Action.

Currently broadcast[edit]
Sports[edit]
Basketball[edit]

 NCAA Season 92 Men's Basketball (2016)

 UAAP Season 79 Men's Basketball (2016)

 NBA

 WNBA (season break) (2016)
Boxing[edit]

 ABS-CBN Sports presents: Top Rank Boxing (2014)

 Pinoy Pride (2014) (in cooperation with ALA Promotions)
Football[edit]

 Football Asia (2014)
Volleyball[edit]

 FIVB World Grand Prix (2014)

 Shakey's V-League
Motoring[edit]

 Monster Jam (2015)

 The Philippine Star's Wheels* (Season 3) (2015)
Mixed martial arts[edit]

 ONE Championship (2016)

 URCC (2016)
Cockfighting[edit]

 Llamadista (2016)

 Sabong TV (2014)

 Sagupaan (2014)
News updates[edit]

 Fast Break (2014)
Sports news[edit]

 The Score (2014)
Sports magazine[edit]

 Sports U (2015)
 Gillette World Sport (2017)
Reality shows[edit]

 Bounty Hunter** (2015)

 No Ordinary Women (2015)

 Solo Hunter** (2015)

 Ultimate Rush** (2015)
Travel/business/health/lifestyle[edit]

 Agri TV: Hayop Ang Galing! (2014)

 Asenso Pinoy TV (2014)

 RX Plus (2014)

 Travel Time** (2015)
Religious shows[edit]

 Family Rosary Crusade (2003)

 Friends Again (2008)

 The Word Exposed with Cardinal Chito Tagle (2011)
Movie blocks[edit]

 Action Movie Zone (2014)

 FPJ: Kampeon ng Aksyon (2014)
 Lunch Blockbusters (2014)

Previously aired programs[edit]
Main article: List of programs aired by ABS-CBN Sports and Action

See also[edit]

 ABS-CBN Sports and Action

 ABS-CBN Sports

 Balls (now defunct)

Notes[edit]

1. ^ Available in both Free TV and International.

2. ^ Available only thru S+A International.

References[edit]

List of programs aired by Studio 23
Below is a partial list of shows that were previously aired in Studio 23, a defunct Philippine television network.

For the currently shows on ABS-CBN Sports and Action, see List of programs broadcast by ABS-CBN Sports and Action.
Local defunct shows[edit]

 6underground Live & Raw

 The 700 Club Asia (2003–2006)

 Agri Business: How It Works (2013-2014)

 ANC Presents: Harapan 2013 (2013)

 Ang Boyfriend Ko

 Ano bang Trip Mo?

 Asenso Pinoy (2013-2014)

 Asian Formula 3

 Auto Extreme

 Badminton TV

 Balitang Bayan: Halalan 2013 (2013)

 Barkada Nights

 Barkada Nights Plus

 Barkada Trip (2004–2009)

 Behind the Brand: The Philippine Fashion Week TV

 Belo Beauty 101 (2008–2009)
 Bilis Balita (2011-2014)

 Bites & Beyond

 Biyeheng Bulilit

 BKTV

 BLOG (Barkada Log)

 The Bottomline with Boy Abunda

 Breakfast (1999-2007)

 Career Jam: Served with Bread n' Butter

 Channel Club Kids

 Chef's On The Go

 Chismix

 Chooks to Go Sayaw Fever: The Php 1M Chicken Dance Showdown

 Citiline (2001–2003)

 The Cory Quirino Show

 Crissa Digital Dance Synergy Year 8 (2013)

 Da Adventures of Pedro Penduko and Pedro Penduko at ang mga Engkantao

 Digital Photo Plus
 Digital Tour (1999–2007)

 Dos Por Dos (2010-2012)

 Dream Date

 3oW PoWHz (Eow Powhz - Hello Po) (2010–2011)

 EsKWELAHAN ni Ryan Bang (2011-2013)

 ETZ (Eco Travel Zone) (2010-2011)

 Everybody Can Cook

 F (2004-2006)

 Family Rosary Crusade (2003-2014)

 Field Trip

 Filipino Poker Tour

 FPJ: Ang Nagiisang Alamat (also as FPJ: Hari ng Pelikula) (2012 as Barkada Nights: FPJ sa Studio 23; 2013-2014)

 Friends Again (2008-2014)

 Gag Ito! (2006–2007)

 Gag U! (2012-2014)

 Gameday Weekend with Rexona (2013)

 Gameplan (1999–2007)
 Generation RX

 The Good Life with Cory Quirino

 Good Times with Mo

 Gourmet Everyday

 Guide To Urban Living (2000-2002) (formerly ABS-CBN 1960-1972)

 Gusto Ko Maging Beauty Queen

 Hardcore Brothers Easy Ride

 Healing Mass for the Homebound with Fr. Mario Sobrejuanite (produced by Rivers of Living Water (now ACTS) Catholic
Community)

 Health Republic

 Hotwire

 I Got It!

 Iba-Balita Ngayon (2011–2012)

 Iba-Balita ni Anthony Taberna (2010-2014)

 Idol (ALA Promotions) (2013)

 In Fitness & In Health

 It's A Guy Thing

 It's Showtime (2012) (simulcast from ABS-CBN)
 Jeepney TV (2013-2014) (discontinued; now broadcast on 24/7 cable)

 Abangan ang Susunod na Kabanata

 Arriba! Arriba!

 Bida Si Mister, Bida Si Misis

 Chika Chika Chicks

 Goin' Bananas

 Home Along Da Riles

 Ok Fine Whatever

 Oki Doki Doc

 Pwedeng Pwede

 Super Laff-In

 Whattamen

 Jobs TV

 K-High

 Kabarkada, Break The Bank (2007)

 Kidz Rule (2005–2009)

 Kiss The Cook (2007–2008)
 Lactacyd CofiDance Hip-Hop Challenge (2010)

 Lactacyd CofiDance Mash-Up (2011)

 Lactacyd Confidence Confidance Mash-Up 2012 (2012)

 Life Without Borders with Cory Quirino

 Look Who's Cooking

 Lunch Box Office

 M. U. on Studio 23 (2011)

 Man and Machine (2008-2009)

 Mano-Mano ni Anthony Taberna (2012-2013)

 Mashita Masarap

 Math-Tinik

 Melason: In Love & Promdi Heart (2009)

 Men's Room

 MOG TV

 Moms on the Go

 My Girl: One More Time

 Myx (2001-2014) (discontinued; now broadcast on 24/7 cable)
 NCAA Games (Basketball & Volleyball) (2002–2011)

 News 23 (1996–1999)

 News Bites (1999-2010)

 News Central (1999–2010)

 News Central Morning Edition (2005)

 Nginiiig: Paranormal Investigation

 O Shopping (2013-2014) (discontinued; now broadcast on ABS-CBN's late nights)

 On CAM: Kabalikat

 Only in Pinas

 Pabida Ka! (2010–2011)

 Pamana

 Paradigm Chef

 Pet Ko! (2005)

 Philippine Realty TV

 Pilipinas Got Talent (2010)

 Pinoy Big Brother Season 1 on Studio 23

 Pinoy Big Brother Celebrity Edition 1 on Studio 23
 Pinoy Big Brother Teen Edition on Studio 23

 Pinoy Big Brother Season 2 on Studio 23

 Pinoy Big Brother Celebrity Edition 2 on Studio 23

 Pinoy Big Brother Double Up: Primetime Weekends

 Pinoy Big Brother Double Up: Raw Daily Exclusives on Studio 23

 Pinoy Big Brother Teen Clash 2010: Live Feeds (2010)

 Pinoy Dream Academy on Studio 23

 Pinoy Dream Academy season 2 Live Streaming

 Pinoy Fear Factor: Special Edition

 Pinoy Sports Idols

 Pinoy T.A.L.K.

 Points of View

 Promdi Chef

 Punchtime

 Quick-E (2009–2010)

 Radyo Patrol Balita Alas-Siyete (2010-2011)

 Reality World
 Rivermaya: Bagong Liwanag (2007)

 Royal Tru Orange Kulitada in Dopple Trouble (2013)

 Rush TV: Atin 'to! (2007-2008)

 S.O.C.O. (Scene of the Crime Operatives)

 Sabado Boys

 Sabong TV

 Sagupaan

 Samsung NCAA College Hoops

 Samsung UAAP Sports Center

 San Miguel Purefoods: Kwentong Kusina, Kwentong Buhay (2013)

 SBX: Super Barkadahan Exclusive

 Sel-J Sports: Motorcross TV

 Sineskwela

 Slipstream

 Sparkada Trip (together with Chevrolet, 2011)

 Spirits

 Sports Bites (2010-2011)
 Sports Kidz

 Sports Report

 Sports TV

 Sports Unlimited Rewind (2011)

 Star Cinema Presents (2013)

 Stoplight TV

 Strangebrew

 Studio 23 Presents

 Sunday LBO

 Sunday Night Blockbusters

 Super Inggo (2012-2013)

 Supermodel

 T.A.G. Show

 Tablescapes... Life on a Plate

 Taekwondo TV

 TalkActive TV with Kate Galang Coseteng

 Tanduay Rhum On The Rock
 Team Explorer

 This is Life with Cory Quirino

 Thumbs Up!

 Thunderbird Sabong Nation (2013-2014)

 TM Rapublika Battle (2012-2013)

 Travel Time

 UAAP on Studio 23 (2000–2014)

 Men's Basketball (Seniors & Juniors)

 Women's Basketball

 Men's Football

 Men's Volleyball

 Women's Volleyball

 Men's Softball/Baseball

 Badminton

 Tennis

 Us Girls (2006–2012)

 Usapang Lalake (2010–2012)
 Vice Ink

 Wazzup Wazzup (2004–2007)

 WCG TV

 Welcome Home

 What Would You Do?

 Where's Tony?

 Why Not!

 The Word Exposed with Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle (2011-2014)

 WOW - What's on Weekend

 The Wrap (2010–2011)

 XXX: Exklusibong, Explosibong, Exposé

 Y Speak (2005–2010)

 Yamaha SZ16 Adventure Challenge (2013)

 Yamaha Yey! (2010–2011)

Foreign defunct shows[edit]
American[edit]

 24
 The 4400

 7th Heaven

 90210 (Seasons 1 & 2)

 Accidentally on Purpose

 The Agency

 Alias

 The Amazing Race (Seasons 3-18)

 America's Next Top Model (Cycles 1-4)

 Andromeda

 Angel

 Are You Afraid of the Dark?

 Armor of God

 The Bachelor

 The Bachelorette

 Batman

 Baywatch

 Bette
 Beverly Hills, 90210

 Bewitched

 The Big Easy

 Born Free

 Boston Common

 Boston Public

 Brooklyn South

 Brothers & Sisters (Seasons 1 to 4)

 Buffy the Vampire Slayer

 Castle (Season 1)

 The Century

 Charmed

 Cheerleader Nation

 Combat Missions

 The Contender

 Criminal Minds (Seasons 1 & 2)

 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (Seasons 1 to 11)
 D.E.A.

 Dark Angel

 Dark Skies

 Dating Game

 Dawson's Creek

 Days of Our Lives

 Desperate Housewives

 Dirty Sexy Money

 The District

 The Doctors

 Early Edition

 EZ Streets

 Fallen

 Famous Crime Scene

 Fantasy Island

 Fastlane

 Fear Itself
 FightBox

 Fist of Zen (2012)

 Flash Forward

 Flash Gordon

 Flipper

 Frasier

 Future Quest

 Ghost Hunters

 Ghost Whisperer

 Gilmore Girls

 Goosebumps

 The Green Hornet

 Grey's Anatomy (Seasons 1 to 8)

 Hang Time

 Harper's Island

 Highlander

 I Dream of Jeannie
 Inside Edition

 Jack & Bobby

 Jack & Jill

 Joey

 The Journey of Allen Strange

 Just Shoot Me!

 Justice

 The Key Of David

 Kid Nation

 Kindred the Embraced

 Kyle XY

 Las Vegas

 Late Show with David Letterman

 Legend of the Seeker

 Life As We Know It

 Living With Fran

 Lost
 The Lost Room'

 Love Boat: The Next Wave

 Mad About You

 Meet the Marks

 Melrose Place

 Missing

 Monster Jam

 Murphy Brown

 Mr. Bean

 MTV Asia

 Murder

 My So Called Life

 NBA Action (2011-2014)

 The Nanny

 NBA on Studio 23 (2011-2014)

 NCIS

 NCIS: Los Angeles (Seasons 1 to 3)
 Newlywed Game

 NFL on Studio 23

 Night Visions

 Night Stand with Dick Dietrick

 Nitro Circus (2012)

 No Ordinary Family

 Northern Exposure

 Nowhere Man

 NUMB3RS

 Off The Map

 Once Upon a Time (Season 1)

 Oprah

 The Others

 Party Of Five

 Pearl

 Pinks All Out

 Playing It Straight
 Point Pleasant

 Popular

 Power Rangers: Mystic Force

 Power Rangers: Operation Overdrive

 Power Rangers: Jungle Fury

 Power Rangers: RPM

 Power Rangers: Samurai

 Power Rangers: Zeo

 Primetime Crime

 Private Practice

 Reaper

 ReGenesis

 Real NBA

 Reel Deal (Movie in the Making)

 Relativity

 Revenge (Season 1)

 The River
 Rules of Engagement

 Samantha Who?

 Savannah

 Saved by the Bell

 Scandal (Season 1)

 Scrubs

 The Secret World of Alex Mack

 She's Got the Look (Season 1)

 Smallville

 Smart Guy

 Snoops

 Something So Right

 Spin City

 Stacked

 Stargate: Atlantis

 Sunset Beach

 Supernatural (Seasons 1 to 6)
 Survivor (Borneo to Cook Islands)

 The Swan

 Thieves

 The Three Stooges

 Timecop

 Time of Your Life

 Top Of The Pops

 Tru Calling

 The Twilight Zone

 Two and a Half Men

 Two of a Kind

 U.C. Undercover

 UFC Countdown Primers

 UFC Unleashed

 UFC Wired

 Ugly Betty

 USA High
 Vanished

 Veronica's Closet

 The Voice (US; Season 2)

 Wasteland

 The West Wing

 Will & Grace

 Wishbone

 World's Craziest Videos

 World's Wildest Police Videos

 Worst Week

 WWE NXT (2011-2014)

 WWE Raw (2011-2014)

 WWE Superstars (2011-2014)

 The X Factor (Seasons 1-3)

 The X-Files

 Young Americans
British[edit]

 Doctor Who
 Thomas & Friends

 Top Gear
Telenovelas[edit]

 A Blow to the Heart

 ¿Dónde esta Elisa? (Telemundo version)

 Finding Rodrigo
Asian[edit]

 Asia's Next Top Model (Season 1) (2012-2013; moved to TV5 in 2014 and then GMA Network in 2015; returned to TV5 in 2016)

 The Biggest Loser Asia

 Boys Over Flowers

 Butterfly Fly Fly

 Chu, Chu, My Daddy

 Dream

 Dream High

 Fireworks

 Football Asia

 Forbidden Love

 Four Sisters
 Green Rose

 Heartstrings

 He's Beautiful

 Honey and Clover

 Hot Shot

 I Am Legend

 I Survived a Japanese Game Show

 It Started with a Kiss

 The Kitchen Musical (2011)

 KO One

 Love at First Fight

 Love in the City

 Lovers

 Marry Me, Mary!

 Masked Rider Ryuki

 Mischievous Princess

 Miss No Good
 My Girl

 My Girlfriend is a Gumiho

 My Princess

 Only You

 Perfect Match

 Precious Time

 Prince Hours

 Princess Hours

 Princess Lulu

 Rolling Love

 Romantic Princess

 Save The Last Dance For Me

 Smile Again

 Something About 1%

 Spring Waltz

 Summer x Summer

 Sungkyunkwan Scandal
 Sunshine of Love

 They Kiss Again

 Three Brothers

 Three Dads with One Mommy

 The Truth

 Ultraman Max

 Which Star Are You From

 White Tower

 Why Why Love

 The X-Family

Animated defunct series[edit]
Western animation, Chinese animation and Japanese anime[edit]

 6teen (Season 1 only)

 Action Man A.T.O.M.: Alpha Teens on Machines

 The Adventures of Peter Pan (2007 redubbed)

 Ai no Wakakusa Monogatari

 Akazukin Cha Cha (2007 redubbed)
 Akuei & Gatchinpo

 Angelic Layer

 Ani-Yoko

 Astro Boy

 Bakegyamon

 Barkada Trip

 The Batman

 Batman: The Animated Series

 Batman Beyond

 Beyblade series

 Beyblade

 Beyblade G-Revolution

 Beyblade V-Force

 Blood Plus

 Blue Dragon

 Chaotic

 Cinderella
 Cooking Master Boy

 Cuore

 Dear Boys

 Dexter's Laboratory

 Digimon series

 Digimon Adventures

 Digimon Frontier

 Digimon Savers (also known as Digimon Data Squad)

 Digimon Tamers

 Dragon Booster

 Duel Masters

 Eureka Seven

 Eyeshield 21 (Seasons 1 & 2)

 Fairy Musketeers

 Fairy Tale Police District

 Fantastic Children

 Fantastic Four
 Futurama

 Galaxy Racers

 Gallery Fake

 Get Backers

 Gun X Sword

 Gundam Seed

 Gundam Seed Destiny

 Gunparade March

 Hey Joel

 His & Her Circumstances (known as Tales at North Hills High)

 Hoyt n' Andy's Sportsbender

 Huckleberry Finn Monogatari (known as The Adventures of Huck Finn, 1994 version)

 Huntik: Secrets & Seekers

 InuYasha

 Invasion America

 Iznogoud

 Justice League
 Justice League Unlimited

 Kiba

 Kirarin Revolution

 Les Misérables: Shōjo Cosette

 Little Amadeus

 Looney Tunes

 MÄR (Season 1 only)

 Marcelino Pan y Vino

 MetaJets

 Monster Allergy

 Monster by Mistake

 My Bride Is a Mermaid

 Negima! (the XEBEC version)

 Negima!? (the SHAFT version)

 Night Hood

 No Basket

 Odd Job Jack
 Porfy no Nagai Tabi (known as Mina and Porfy)

 Postman Pat

 Princess Resurrection

 Pucca

 Rave Master

 Reborn!

 Robin Hood no Daibōken

 Samurai X

 Samurai Deeper Kyo

 School Rumble (Seasons 1 & 2)

 Himitsu no Hanazono (known as Si Mary at Ang Lihim sa Hardin)

 Shuriken School

 Skyland

 Snow White

 Soul Eater

 Spider-Man (1994)

 Supa Strikas
 Superman: The Animated Series

 Swirl Fighter

 Teen Titans

 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Fast Forward

 Thomas & Friends (Season 12)

 Transformers: Cybertron

 Winx Club (Season 3)

 W.I.T.C.H.

 Wolverine and the X-Men

 The Wrong Coast

 X-Men: The Animated Series

 X-Men Evolution

 Xiaolin Showdown

 You're Under Arrest

 Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters

 Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters GX (Season 1)
 Zenki

 Zoids: Genesis
Nickelodeon[edit]

 The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius**

 Back at the Barnyard

 CatDog*

 Catscratch

 Chalkzone*

 Danny Phantom*

 Dora The Explorer* (2013)

 Rocko's Modern Life

 Rugrats

 SpongeBob SquarePants**

 Wonder Pets
(*) - With Nickelodeon on Studio 23 Block and dubbed in Tagalog-language audio
(**) - Now on ABS-CBN

Studio 23 sports shows and specials[edit]

 10th IDBF World Dragon Boat Championship (October 2011)
 14th IAAF World Championship Moscow (August 2013)

 16th Asian Women's Volleyball Championship (2012)

 2007 Boxing World Cup (Philippines vs. Mexico)

 2011 French Open Finals Highlights (July 1, 2011)

 2011 Southeast Asian Games: Lakas Pinas

 2013 Asian Youth Games (August 27, 2013)

 2013 Southeast Asian Games (only aired men's basketball, women's football and boxing events)

 ABS-CBN Sports presents Top Rank Boxing

 AFC Champions League Highlights (September 2013)

 AFC President's Cup

 AFF Suzuki Cup/Long Teng Cup/Kia Rio Cup (only aired Philippine Azkals matches)

 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games (July 3, 11, 2013)

 Asian 5 Nations Rugby (April 15, 18, 21, 25-27, 2012) (only aired Philippine Volcanoes matches)

 Bernard Hopkins vs. Winky Wright (July 23, 2007)

 Cobra Energy Drink Ironman 70.3 Philippines (2011-2013)

 Davis Cup Highlights (April 2013)

 Demolition Day: Nonito Donaire, Jr. vs. Jorge Arce Fight (December 17, 2012)
 Dream Cup: Philippine Azkals vs. LA Galaxy (December 3, 2011)

 FIFA Federations Cup (June 2013)

 FIFA Under 20 World Cup (July 2013)

 FIFA World Cup 2010 (June 13 - July 12, 2010)(licensed broadcaster, together with Balls)

 FilOil Flying V Hanes Premier Pre-Season Cup

 FIVB Volleyball World Cup (2012-2013)

 Football Asia

 French Open (tennis)

 Homecoming: Oscar De La Hoya vs. Steve Forbes (May 4, 2008)

 ICTSI Aboitiz Invitational (September 13, 2013)

 ICTSI Canlubang Golf Invitational (June 7, 2011)

 ICTSI Orchard Golf Championship (2011)

 ICTSI Philippine Open (February 12, 2012)

 ICTSI Ryder Cup (July 5, 2012)

 ICTSI The Country Club Invitational and Pro-Am (March 15, 2013)

 Ilog Pasig Basketball Benefit Game (November 20, 2012)

 Invasion (Philippines vs. the World) (2008)
 JBet Queens Cup: Europe vs. Asia (2013)

 J-League Highlights

 Kapamilya All-Star Basketball Game (October 2013)

 Kapamilya All-Star Volleyball Game (October 2013)

 Kopiko 3-in-1 Supercross Series 2013 (May 26, 2013)

 Laban Na Banal Boxing Coverage (July 26, 2008)

 MBA Games (1998–2000)

 MLS (Major League Soccer) All-Stars vs Manchester United (July 25, 2011)

 Manny Pacquiao fights

 2006 vs. Erik Morales II

 2006 vs. Óscar Larios

 2006 vs. Erik Morales III

 The Masters (2002-2013) (under Fox Sports Asia)

 NBA All Star Weekend (2011-2013)

 NBA Playoffs (2011-2013)

 NBA Finals (2011-2013)

 NBA Global Games Philippines: Houston Rockets vs. Indiana Pacers (October 10, 2013) (with Basketball TV)
 NCAA Games (Basketball & Volleyball) (2002–2011)

 NFL Super Bowl (1996–1998)

 Number One-Numero Uno: Floyd Mayweather, Jr. vs. Juan Manuel Márquez (September 20, 2009)

 Philippine Azkals: Football Friendly Games (2011-2013)

 Philippine Basketball Association (2011) (under Basketball TV)

 PBL on Studio 23 (2003–2007)

 Philippine Collegiate Championship League (2009-2014)

 Philippine Football Peace Cup (2012-2013)

 Pinoy Pride Fights (2010-2013)

 Rambulan sa Macau 2: Milan Melindo vs. Juan Francisco Estrada Fight (July 28, 2013)

 A Run for the Pasig River (2009-2013)

 Solaire Philippines Open (April 24, 2013)

 Taobao World Mixed Doubles (August 2012)

 United Football League (2011)

 US Open (golf) (2011-2013) (under Fox Sports Asia)

 US Open (tennis) (2008-2013)

 UAAP Game of the Week (2012)
 UAAP/NCAA Bantay Bata All Stars Basketball Games (2005–2011)

 UAAP/NCAA Opening Ceremonies (1998-ongoing)

 UAAP Streetdance Competition and Closing Ceremonies (2011-ongoing)

 UEFA Champions League (2012-2014)

 UEFA Europa League (2012-2013)

 UEFA Magazine Show

 UEFA Super Cup (2013)

 UFC: Ultimate Fighting Championship (2005-2013)

 UFC Fight Nights

 UFC on Fuel TV/FX/Fox

 UFC Mayhem

 UFC Ultimate Insider

 UFC 20th Anniversary Special (December 2013)

 The Ultimate Fighter

 Vaseline Men Xterra Off Road Triatlon (2012-2013)

 WBC Welterweight Championship: Floyd Mayweather, Jr. vs. Ricky Hatton (December 9, 2007)

 WWE pay-per-views
 WWE: Battleground

 WWE: Elimination Chamber

 WWE: Extreme Rules

 WWE: Hell in a Cell

 WWE: Money in the Bank

 WWE: Night of the Champions

 WWE: No Way Out

 WWE: Over The Limit

 WWE: Payback

 WWE: Royal Rumble

 WWE: Summer Slam

 WWE: Survivor Series

 WWE: Table Ladders and Chairs

 WWE: Wrestlemania

 Welcome to the Future: Donaire vs. Vasquez, Jr., Chavez vs. Rubio (February 5, 2012)

 The World Awaits Oscar De La Hoya vs. Floyd Mayweather, Jr. (May 6, 2007)

 World Featherweight Championship: Yuriokis Gamboa vs. Jorge Solis (March 31, 2011)
 Yalin World 10-Ball Women's Championship (2012-2013)

 Z Gorres vs. Luis Melendez (November 15, 2009)

Studio 23 TV specials[edit]

 23 Gifts for Christmas: A Studio 23 Christmas Special (December 2009)

 Krismas Barkada Karoling: A Studio 23 Christmas Special (December 24, 2009)

 37th Metro Manila Film Festival Parade of the Stars (December 24, 2011)

 ABS-CBN Independence Day Flag Raising Ceremony (2008-2013)

 ABS-CBN News Yearender Reports (2007-2011)

 Academy Awards "The Oscars" (2007-2013)

 Celebr8: Globe Get Together Special (November–December 2000)

 Catholic Mass Media Awards

 Chief Justice on Trial: The ANC Special Coverage (January–May 2012)

 Chinese New Year Countdown Special Live at the Quirino Grandstand (2010-2013)

 Dance World Cup Latin Philippines (December 17, 2011)

 DZMM SilveRadyo: The Concert (January 1, 2012)

 Game On: The Chevrolet Sonic Celebrity Challenge (April 6 & 13, 2013; together with Chevrolet)

 Guys Choice Awards (2010)
 Grammy Awards (2006-2009)

 Halalan: The ABS-CBN Election Coverage (1998, 2001, 2004, 2007, 2010, 2013)

 Harapan 2013: The Senatorial Debates (April 21, 28, 2013)

 Holy Week/Holiday Movie Marathon (1997-2013)

 Inauguration of President Noynoy Aquino (June 30, 2010; together with ABS-CBN News)

 iTunes Festival (December 24 & December 31, 2012-2013)

 KBP Golden Dove Awards (2008-2011)

 The Making of the Sound of Music (April 1, 2012)

 The Making of 1DOL/1DOL 1st Episode (September 6, 2010)

 Melason Uber in Love (February 2010)

 Michael Buble: Home for the Holidays (December 22, 2012)

 Misa Aguinaldo/Misa de Gallo (2009-2012)

 Miss Cebu 2014 (January 15, 2014; aired only on Visayas & Mindanao stations)

 MNET Asia Music Awards (2011-2013; together with Myx)

 Miss Universe (2008-2012)

 Mr. and Ms. Hannah's Beach Resort Eco Tourism Ambassadors Pageant (June 13, 2013)

 Mutya ng Pilipinas 2011 (December 11, 2011)
 Myx Music Awards (2006-2013)

 National Cheerdancing Championship (moved to Fox Sports Asia)

 National Quiz Bee (2008-2013)

 Once in a Lifetime: The Rock vs. John Cena Documentary Special (April 3, 2012)

 Pilipinas Got Talent Season 1 Finals (June 19, 2010)

 Primetime Emmy Awards (2004-2013)

 Rey Misterio sa Pinas (August 5, 2012)

 Round 2 For Keeps: Nonito & Rachel Donaire Wedding TV Special (January 28, 2012)

 Sa Dagat at Bundok: The Philippine Biodiversity Expedition (April 19, 2012)

 Sagwan ng Tagumpay: PHL Dragon Boat Team documentary (August 1, 2011)

 Salamat, Tito Dolphy News Coverage (July 2012)

 Samsung UAAP Cheerdance Competition (2002–2013)

 Slimmer's World Miss Bikini Philippines 2013 (May 16, 2013)

 Search For SM Little Stars (2010-2013)

 State of the Nation Address (carrying ANC)

 Tambayan OPM Awards 2012 (July 13, 2012)

 Teen Choice Awards (2002–2012; moved to ETC)
 Tournament of Roses Parade (2008-2014, on New Year's Day)

 UFC sa ABS-CBN: Mark Munoz: The Filipino Fighter (June–July 2012)

 U2 360 Concert Live at the Rose Bowl (May 19, 2010)

 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show 2010 (September 6, 2011)

 The Voice of Mcdonald's Grand Finals (June 14, 2013)

 Y Speak's Campaigns 2010: A Youth Leadership Forum (October 24, 2009)

 Zoren-Carmina: Always Forever, A Wedding Like No Other TV Special (December 22, 2012)

See also[edit]

 Studio 23 (the former name of ABS-CBN Sports and Action)

References[edit]
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External links[edit]

 Bravo, Bernadette Canave (2012). Japanese Cultural Influence in the Philippines Through Anime's Popularity and
Persuasiveness (PDF) (Thesis). Waseda University. List of Anime Shown in ABS-CBN. Retrieved 2015-05-11.

 Studio 23 launches new shows
List of programs aired by ABS-CBN Sports and Action
Below is a partial list of shows that were previously aired on ABS-CBN Sports and Action, a Philippine UHF television network.
For the currently aired sports and action shows and specials on ABS-CBN Sports and Action, see List of programs broadcast by ABS-CBN
Sports and Action.

Previously aired[edit]
News[edit]

 News+ (2014)
Sports[edit]

 FIVB World Grand Prix (2014)

 J. League Highlights (2014)

 UAAP Season 76 Football (2014)

 UAAP Season 76 Men's Volleyball (2014)

 UAAP Season 76 Women's Volleyball (2014)

 Ultimate Fighting Championship (2014-2015)

 UEFA Champions League (2014)

 UEFA Europa League (2014)

 US Open (2016; will be broadcast on Fox Sports starting from 2017)
 World Wrestling Entertainment (discontinued; now broadcast on Fox Philippines)

 WWE NXT (2014)

 WWE Raw (2014)

 WWE Tough Enough (2014)

 WWE Superstars (2014)
Sports magazine[edit]

 Euro Tour Highlights (2014)

 NBA Action (2014-2016)

 NBA Inside Stuff (2014-2016)

 Road to Rio (2014)

 UEFA Europa League Magazine Show (2014)
Sports specials[edit]

 Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Zone Group II 2nd Round: Philippines vs. Pakistan (April 11-13, 2014)

 2014 AFC Challenge Cup (May 20-31, 2014)

 Duelo sa Mexico: Merlito Sabillo vs. Francisco Rodriguez (March 23, 2014)

 ICTSI: The Country Club Invitational (March 15, 2014)

 Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. vs. Bryan Vera Fight (March 2, 2014)

 Mikey Garcia vs. Juan Carlos Burgos Fight (January 26, 2014)
 NBA All Star Weekend 2014 New Orleans

 BBVA Rising Stars Challenge (February 15, 2014)

 State Farm All Star Saturday Night (February 16, 2014)

 NBA All Star Game (February 17, 2014)

 Olivarez Cup: 2014 Philippine International Tennis Open (March 29–31, 2014)

 Philippine Azkals Friendly Game vs. Malaysian Tigers II (March 1, 2014)

 Philippine Azkals Friendly Game vs. Azerbaijan (March 4, 2014)

 Philippine Azkals Friendly Game vs. Malaysian Tigers II (April 27, 2014)

 Pinoy Pride 24: The Future Is Now: Genesis Servania vs. Alexander Munoz (March 2, 2014)

 Ring of Gold: Shiming vs. Kokietgym; Marvin Sonsona vs. Akifumi Shimoda (February 23, 2014)

 UAAP Men's Baseball Finals: Ateneo vs. La Salle (February 18, 21 & 24, 2014)

 UAAP Men's Football Finals: FEU vs. UP (February 20 & 23, 2014)

 UAAP Men's Volleyball Finals: Ateneo vs. NU (March 1 & 4, 2014)

 UAAP Women's Volleyball Finals: La Salle vs. Ateneo (March 5, 8 & 12, 2014)

 UAAP Women's Softball Finals: NU vs. Adamson (February 25, 2014)

 UAAP Women's Football Finals: FEU vs. UST (February 20, 2014; February 23, 2014)

 UAAP Men's Tennis Finals (February 17, 2014)
 UFC 169: Barao vs. Faber II (February 2, 2014)

 UFC 170: Rousey vs. Mcmann (February 23, 2014)

 UFC 171: Hendricks vs. Lawler (March 16, 2014)

 UFC Fight Night: Abu Dhabi (April 12, 2014)

 UFC Fight Night: Macau (March 2, 2014)

 UNDP Football Match against Poverty for the benefit of Typhoon Yolanda Survivors (March 9, 2014)

 Vaseline Men Xterra Philippines Triathlon Championship 2014 (April 6, 2014)

 WWE Elimination Chamber (February 25, 2014)

 WWE Royal Rumble (January 28, 2014)

 World Series by Renault (April 13, 2014)
Specials[edit]

 Araw ng Dabaw Special Coverage (March 15, 2014; only aired on ABS-CBN S+A 21 Davao)

 Miss Cebu (only aired on ABS-CBN S+A 23 Cebu)

 The Football Warriors of Tacloban: UNDP Shortfilm (March 2014)
Reality[edit]

 Driven to Extremes (2014)

 Freedom Riders Asia (2014)

 GT Academy (2014)
 The Ultimate Fighter: Team Jones vs. Team Sonnen (2014)
Documentary[edit]

 Friday's Action Pack

 When Good Pets Gone Bad (2014)

 When Stunts Go Bad (2014)

 World's Deadliest Sea Creatures (2014)

 World's Deadliest Storms (2014)

 World's Scariest Police Shootouts (2014)

 World's Worst Drivers: Caught on Tape (2014)
Anime and Tokusatsu[edit]

 Little Battlers eXperience (2014)

 Metal Fight Beyblade (2014)

 Ultraman Mebius (2014)
Informative[edit]

 Agribusiness: How It Works (2014)
Comedy[edit]

 Kaya Mo Bang!: The Fudgee Barr Adventures (2014)
Religious[edit]

 The Healing Eucharist (2014) (been continued airing on ABS-CBN)

 Kasama Natin ang Diyos Holy Week Special (April 18, 2014)
Cartoon[edit]

 Avengers Assemble (2014)

 Bubble Guppies (2014)

 Dora the Explorer (2014)

 Go Diego Go (2014)

 Marvel Knights (2014)

 Spider-Man Unlimited (2014)

 Supa Strikas (2014)

 Team Umizoomi (2014)

 Thomas and Friends (2014)

See also[edit]

 ABS-CBN Sports and Action

 List of programs broadcast by ABS-CBN Sports and Action
List of programs broadcast by AksyonTV
This is a List of programs broadcast by AksyonTV is a news and sports channel in the Philippines which only and started commercial
operation on February 21, 2011. AksyonTV is television station owned by TV5 Network Inc. includings news, current affairs, documentaries
from News5 commentary and opinion, Justice and law Issues, informative and public service, entertainment shows simulcast on Radyo5
92.3 News FM entertainment, talk show from TV5 Entertainment lifestyle and sports programming products by Sports5.

For previously aired defunct shows of the network, see List of programs previously broadcast by AksyonTV. Programming that is also aired
on AksyonTV International is marked with asterisks.

Currently broadcast[edit]
News5[edit]
Newscasts[edit]

 Aksyon (2011) (simulcast with TV5)

 Aksyon sa Umaga (2014) (simulcast with TV5)

 Aksyon Tonite (2014) (simulcast with TV5)
Public affairs[edit]

 Buhay OFW (2011)

 Kaya (2014)

 Reaksyon (2012)
Re-run[edit]

 Bigtime (2014) (re-runs)

 Chef vs. Mom (2012) (re-runs)

 Crime Klasik (2011) (re-runs)

 Demolition Job (2013) (re-runs)

 History with Lourd (2013) (also broadcast on TV5)

 Juan Direction (2013) (re-runs; also broadcast on TV5)

 Kuwentong Kanto¹* (2012) (re-runs)

 Mondo Manu¹* (2011) (re-runs)

 Word of The Lourd¹* (2011) (re-runs)
Radyo5 programs[edit]

 Aksyon Sports (2011, 2016) (simulcast with Radyo5 92.3 News FM)

 Balita Alas-5 sa Radyo5 (2011) (simulcast with Radyo5 92.3 News FM, weekends only)

 Chink Positive (2011) (simulcast with Radyo5 92.3 News FM)

 Cristy Ferminute (2012) (simulcast with Radyo5 92.3 News FM)

 Healing Galing (2012) (simulcast with Radyo5 92.3 News FM)

 Oplan Asenso (2011-2012, 2016) (simulcast with Radyo5 92.3 News FM)
 Relasyon (2012) (simulcast with Radyo5 92.3 News FM)

 Remoto Control (2012-2013, 2015) (simulcast with Radyo5 92.3 News FM)

 Wanted sa Radyo (2011) (simulcast with Radyo5 92.3 News FM)

 Iba yung Pinoy (2017) (simulcast with Radyo5 92.3 News FM)
Infomercials[edit]

 EZ Shop (2013) (also broadcast on TV5)

 Shop Japan (2015) (also broadcast on Cignal Channel 33 and TV5)

 Shop TV (2016)
American Series[edit]

 Arrow (2017)

 Supernatural (2017)
Sports5 programs[edit]

 CESAFI (2016)

 Elite Boxing Series (2017) (being broadcast on TV5)

 Philippine Secondary Schools Basketball Championship (2015)

 Philippine Super Liga (2015) (being broadcast on TV5)

 The UFC Ultimate Insider (2016)

 The United Football League (2013)
Previously aired broadcast[edit]
Main article: List of programs previously broadcast by AksyonTV

See also[edit]

 TV5

 AksyonTV

 List of Philippine television shows

 News5

 Sports5

External links[edit]

 TV5 official website

 Interaksyon official website

List of programs previously broadcast by AksyonTV
This is a list of programs previously aired by AksyonTV. For the currently aired shows of the network, please see the List of programs
broadcast by AksyonTV.
Local defunct shows[edit]
Newscasts[edit]

 Aksyon Breaking (2011–2014)

 Aksyon JournalisMO (2011–2012)

 Aksyon Sabado/Linggo (2011–2012)

 Aksyon Weather (2011–2014)

 Aksyon Weekend (2013–2014)

 Andar ng mga Balita (2011–2014)

 Balitaang Tapat (2011–2012)

 Balitang 60 (2011–2014)

 CNN Konek (2011–2013)

 Good Morning Club (2012–2014)

 Sapul sa Singko (2011–2012)

 Pilipinas News (2012–2014)

 Pilipinas News Weekend (2012–2014)
Documentaries and public affairs[edit]

 Ako Mismo (2011)

 Alagang Kapatid (2011–2014)
 Anggulo (2011–2012)

 Balwarte (2013)

 Bigtime (2014)

 Bitag (2011–2012)

 Buhay OFW (2011–2016)

 Crime Klasik (2011–2013)

 Dayo (2013–2014)

 Dokumentado (2011–2013)

 Dong Puno De Kalibre* (2011–2013) (formerly titled "Kalibre 41")

 Duelo: Barilan ng Opinyon (2011–2012)

 Insider (2012)

 Journo (2011–2012)

 Juan Direction (2013–2014)

 News5 Debates: Hamon Sa Pagbabago (2011)

 News5 Imbestigasyon (2012)

 Pinoy U.S. Cops: Ride Along (2011–2012)

 Presinto 5 (2011–2013)
 Public Atorni: Asunto o Areglo (2011–2012)

 Reaksyon Weekend (2012)

 Rescue5 (2013)

 Tayuan Mo at Panindigan (2011–2012)

 Teknotrip (2011)

 Totoo TV (2011)

 Tutok Tulfo (2011–2012)

 USI: Under Special Investigation (2011–2012)

 Wanted (2011–2012)

 Wasak (2011–2013)
Infotainment[edit]

 Astig! (5 minute segment)¹ (2012-2013)

 Bilang Tao (2011-2012)

 Political Intel (2012)
Lifestyle[edit]

 Chef vs. Mom (2012–2013)

 Cooking Na! (2011–2012)

 It's More Fun with Philip (2013)
Reality[edit]

 Juan Direction¹* (2013–2014)
Radyo5 programs[edit]

 Aksyon Solusyon (2011-2013, 2014-2016) (cancelled after Richard Gordon left to focus on his campaign, now hosted by Alex
Tinsay on Radyo5)

 Aksyon Sports (2011) (cancelled due to competition, still heard on Radyo5 92.3 News FM)

 Alagang Kapatid* (2015-2016) (cancelled due to the infomercials)

 Alertado (2011-2012)

 Andar ng mga Balita (2011-2012)

 Bitag Live* (2012-2016) (cancelled due to the infomercials)

 Healthline* (2014-2016) (cancelled due to the infomercials)

 Healing Galing* (2011-2016) (cancelled due to the infomercials)

 Joe d' Mango's Love Notes (2012-2013)

 Love Idols (2011) (cancelled due to competition)

 Magbago Tayo* (2011-2016) (cancelled due to the infomercials)

 Metro Sabado (2011-2016) (cancelled due to the infomercials)

 Manila sa Umaga (2012-2013) (cancelled due to regular sign-off, still heard in Radyo5 92.3 News FM)

 Morning Calls (2012-2013) (cancelled due to regular sign-off, still heard in Radyo5 92.3 News FM)
 Oplan Asenso (2011-2012, 2016)

 Patol: Republika ni Arnelli (2011-2012)

 Punto Asintado* (2011-2016) (cancelled due to the infomercials)

 Remoto Control (2012-2013, 2015)

 Todo Bigay (2011-2013) (cancelled due to regular sign-off, still heard in Radyo5 92.3 News FM)

 Trabaho Lang! (2012-2013, 2016)

Sports shows/coverage[edit]

 2013 FIBA Americas Championship (September 2013)

 2013 FIBA Asia Championship (August 1-11, 2013)

 2013 FIBA EuroBasket Championship (September 2013)

 2013 AIBA World Boxing Championship (October 2013)

 2013 PBA Annual Leo Awards (October 18, 2013)

 2014 Winter Olympics (February 8-24, 2014)

 2014 PLDT HOME Fibr Asian Men's Club Volleyball Championship (April 8-16, 2014)

 Bigtime Bakbakan (2011; 2013-present)

 Bernard Hopkins vs. Karo Murat Fight (October 27, 2013)

 Andre Ward vs. Edwin Rodriguez Fight (November 17, 2013)
 Zeb Judah vs. Paulie Malignaggi Fight (December 8, 2013)

 BWF Badminton (July 2013)

 Davis Cup (2011)

 Fight for Peace: World Muaythai Championship (October 27, 2013)

 NCAA (Men's Basketball) on AksyonTV

 NCAA Women's Beach Volleyball Finals (March 1, 2014)

 NCAA Men's Football Finals (February 24, 2014)

 NCAA March Madness (March 19-April 8, 2014)

 2014 NCAA March Madness Finals: Connecticut Huskies vs. Kentucky Wildcats (April 8, 2014)

 NFL Super Bowl XLVIII (February 3, 2014)

 Pacific Xtreme Combat

 PXC 39 (September 15, 2013)

 PXC 41 (November 10, 2013)

 Philippine Badminton Ranking System (PBaRS) Invitationals (2013)

 PBA on Sports5 (2013-2015)

 PBA D-League (2013)

 PBA D-League Aspirant's Cup Finals: NLEX vs. Big Chill (February 24 and 27, 2014)
 The Return of the Hurricane (Julaton vs. Alcanter) (2011)¹

 UAAP Cheerdance Competition 2014 (September 14, 2014)

 WNCAA Cheerdance Competition (February 9, 2014)

 WNCAA Highlights (2013-ongoing)
¹also on AKTV on IBC and TV5

Special coverages/TV specials[edit]

 Lima sa 2013 kasama si Luchi Cruz-Valdes (December 31, 2013)

 Pilipinas News 365: Countdown to 2014 (December 31, 2013)

 Sinulog Festival (2012-2014)

See also[edit]

 List of programs broadcast by AksyonTV

 AksyonTV

Hope Channel Philippines
Hope Channel Philippines is a religious network of the Seventh-day Adventist Church & Gateway UHF Broadcastingin the Philippines.
Founded and launched on September 26, 2011 in Southern Mindanao (its main service broadcast provider), [2] and on January 2012 in
Luzon and Visayas.[3][4] It was first seen on UHF Channel 25 in Davao in Mindanao Region.
It had also its first radio station named Hope Radio Philippines which will be heard on DXCR on MVC and DXHR-AM in Butuan City. In
Luzon, this station is broadcast from 7pm-7am while its sharing network station form U.S. 3ABN International which aired from 7am-7pm
on UHF Channel 45, Manila. The network programming is similar to Hope Channel International programming but in Filipino language.[5]

Hope Channel Philippines

Launched September 26, 2011

Network Seventh-day Adventist Church

Owned by Seventh-day Adventist Church

Hope Channel

Gateway Broadcasting Network

Picture format 480i (SDTV)

720p (HDTV)

Slogan Bringing God's Truth Home

Country Philippines

Language English, Filipino

Broadcast area Philippines
Headquarters Pasig City, Philippines(Luzon)

Davao City, Philippines(Mindanao)

Website Hope Channel PHL official

Availability

Terrestrial

Gateway Channel 45 (UHF)

Broadcasting Metro Manila (sharing broadcast

Network with 3ABN) Channel 24 (UHF)

Dagupan & Bacolod

Channel 25 (UHF)

Cebu, Zamboanga, Cagayan De Oro, and

Davao

Digital (ISDB-T) Channel 44 (44.06) Metro Manila (Digital

test broadcast)

[1]

Cable

SkyCable Channel 163 (Digital)

Destiny Cable Channel 163 (Digital)
Parasat Cable TV Channel 17

Programming[edit]
The following is the programs of Hope Channel Philippines (some of those are not broadcast in Hope Channel Luzon) [6]

 As For Me and My House

 Clear Messages

 Let God Be God

 Sabbath Lesson Review

 Food & Soul

 Cooking Smart

 Buhay Kasama Si Kristo

 Lilim ng Evanghelo

 Health Unlimited

 Healthy Morning Start

 Sights & Insights

 Sa Iyong Kalakasan
 Music for His Glory

 Takna sa Pagtuon

 Ang Panimalay

 Nature Speaks

 Faith at Work

 Revelations of Bible Prophecy

 Pangutana Pastor

 Huni

 Call to Lead

 I Dare You

 Panimbaya sa Kabuntagon

 Lets Pray

 Dynamic Living (The Total You & International Edition)

 Dynamic Youth

 Vege Capable
Gateway UHF/Hope Channel Stations[edit]

Callsig Station Location (transmitter
Ch. # Power (kW)
n type site)

DWVN-TV TV-45 60 kW Originating Metro Manila

DWGC-TV TV-24 1 kW Relay Dagupan

DYGA-TV TV-25 1 kW Relay Cebu

DYGB-TV TV-24 1 kW Relay Bacolod

DXGA-TV TV-25 1 kW Relay Zamboanga

DXGC-TV TV-25 1 kW Relay Cagayan De Oro

DXGD-TV TV-25 60 kW Relay Davao
Hope Radio[edit]

Callsig Frequenc Station
Power (kW) Location (transmitter site)
n y type

DX-- 95.3 MHz 10 kW Originating General Santos

DXMA 104.3 MHz 10 kW Originating Davao

DXMC 101.1 MHz 10 kW Originating Iligan

DXIM 93.5 MHz 10 kW Originating Butuan

See also[edit]

 Hope Channel International

 Hope Channel

 Seventh-day Adventist Church

 Gateway UHF Broadcasting

 DWVN-TV

References[edit]

1. Jump up^ [1]
2. Jump up^ http://www.hopetv.org.ph/news.html

3. Jump up^ http://www.hopetvph.com/about.html

4. Jump up^ http://npuc.adventist.ph/news/orbe-bares-plan-launch-hope-channel-luzon

5. Jump up^ http://www.nemmadventist.org/news/hope-channel-launching

6. Jump up^ http://www.hopetvph.com/localprograms_main.html

External links[edit]

 Hope Channel PHL official website

Cebu Catholic Television Network
Cebu Catholic Television Network (CCTN) is a broadcast television channel owned by the Archdiocese of Cebu and Fil-Products Group
of Companies in the Philippines. The station's studios are located at the CCTN Broadcast Center, Cardinal Rosales Avenue, Cebu
Business Park, Cebu City. CCTN 47 now operates 24/7 for cable operators and through online webcast, and 18 to 19 hours on free-to-air
UHF TV.

Cebu Catholic Television Network (CCTN
Channel 47)

Launched December 17, 2002

Owned by Archdiocese of Cebu

Fil-Products Group of Companies
Slogan "Usa ka Pagtuo, Usa ka Tingog, Usa ka

Katawhan" ("One Faith, One Voice, One

People")

Country Philippines

Website www.cctn47.com

Availability

Terrestrial

Analog Channel 47 (UHF)

Cebu City

Analog Channel 47 (UHF)

Roxas, Capiz

Cable

SkyCable Channel 36

(Cebu City)

Cablelink Channel 97

(Metro Manila)
Cebu Cable Channel 98

(Cebu City)

Streaming media

CCTN47.com Streaming Live

History[edit]

Cebu Catholic Television Network Channel 47 (CCTN) was created from the vision of its founder, Nonito “Dodong” Limchua. After his stint
in the cable business he started family relationship programs that promote Gospel values and bring the Catholic Church message to the
people. Since he and wife Diana are devout Catholics, they have been involved in Walking with Jesus Seminars. Together, they shared
their vision with the Archbishop of Cebu, Ricardo Cardinal Vidal and he supported them in their desire for others to see the face of Christ
through professional coverage of events, documentaries and issues concerning the Catholic Church.

Programming[edit]

 Agio

 Angel Force

 Alyas Jo

 Babaye

 Bahandi
 Sayri 47 (formerly CCTN News) (September 9, 2013 – present)

 Balita sa Alas-Dose

 Bangkilan

 Bible Story

 Cardinal Filler

 Christ the Healing Word

 Clear Cut Tonight

 Community Bulletin

 D Partners

 Daily Mass

 Dalit sa Gugma

 Dear Tatay

 Dugong Sagrado

 Family Rosary Crusade

 Gi-Uhaw
 Gugmang Dakog Mata

 Handurawan

 Hello Cebu Maayong Buntag Pinoy

 Hercules

 Hudyaka sa Plaza

 Huni Sa Kabuntagon

 Introivo

 Juan to Be

 Katin-Awan sa Patuo

 Kasaysayan

 Kerygma TV

 Lailani/For Mama

 Lamok sa Suok

 Lusad

 Men of Light
 Misteryo

 My Little Princess

 Paabuton Ko Ikaw

 Paghigmata

 Pagpakabana Katawhan

 Pamilyang May K

 Partners in Law

 Prototaloy

 Rosalinda

 Saksi Ang Mga Bitoon

 Salamat sa Musika

 Sam Enchanted Evening

 Scoop @ Baseline

 Secret Angel

 Silent Victim
 Sportsworld 47

 Steve Rey

 Sunday Mass

 Talk Show Classic

 Tele-Aralan

 TKO

 The Angelus

 The 3 O'Clock Prayer and Chaplet to the Divine Mercy

 Tres Metros

 True Vine

 Wake Up Call

 You and the Music

CCTN stations[edit]

Branding Callsign Ch. # Power (ERP) kW Location
CCTN 47 Cebu DYCC-TV TV-47 50 kW 347.1 kW ERP Cebu

CCTN 47 Manila* DWDZ-TV TV-47 50 kW Mega Manila

CCTN 47 Roxas DYCR-TV TV-47 5 kW Roxas

CCTN 42 Dumaguete* DYSQ-TV TV-42 5 kW Dumaguete

CCTN 47 Zamboanga* DXGZ-TV TV-47 1 kW Zamboanga

CCTN 47 Cagayan de Cagayan de
DXIF-TV TV-47 5 kW
Oro* Oro

CCTN 47 Davao* DXDC-TV TV-47 30 kW Davao

CCTN 44 General Santos* DXES-TV TV-44 1 kW General Santos

CCTN 47 Butuan* DXLC-TV TV-47 1 kW Butuan
CCTN 40 Tandag* DXZW-TV TV-40 1 kW Tandag

CCTN on Cable/Satellite TV[edit]

Cable/Satellite
Ch. # Coverage
Provider

SkyCable 36 Cebu City

-with several cable TV stations and affiliates in Cebu, Central Visayas and across the Philippines.

Affiliates[edit]

 San Gabriel Productions

 Total Viewing Productions

 Cebu City Council

 M-Talent Events and Promotions

External links[edit]

 CCTN official website
List of programs broadcast by INC TV
The following is a list of the programs currently broadcast on INC TV, a free-to-air religious channel owned by the Christian Era
Broadcasting Service International, a broadcast evangelization arm of the Iglesia ni Cristo. Programming included in the station are also
been aired on Net 25 every weekday afternoons and evenings and weekend mornings, afternoons, and evenings. (except Church News
Live, Let's Talk and TeleRadyo programs from INC Radio)

Current programming[edit]
Preaching and Bible-based discussions[edit]

 Ang Iglesia ni Cristo (2012)[1]

 Ang Tamang Daan (2012)[1]

 Face the Truth (2012)

 Gabay sa Mabuting Asal (2012)[1]

 Iglesia ni Cristo International Edition (2012)

 The Iglesia ni Cristo and the Bible (2012)[1]

 International Evangelical Mission On-Air and Online (aired quarterly)

 Pasugo (2012)[1]

 That's In the Bible (2012)[1]

 The Message (2012)[1]

 Word of Truth (Bilingual) (2015)
Church-centered newscasts[edit]

 Church News Kids Edition (2015)

 Church News Live (2015)

 Church News Monthly Highlights' (2015)

 Church News Special Coverage (2014)

 Church News Weekend (2012)

 Executive News (2012)
Convert stories and documentaries[edit]

 Itanyag ang Pagliligtas (2014)[1]

 Landas ng Buhay (2012)[1]

 Paninidigan (2012)[1]

 Stories of Faith (2012)[1]
Informative and edutainment[edit]

 AveNEU (2016)

 Christian Music Videos By Request (2012)[1]

 Faith and Family (2013)[1]

 Finish Line (2013)[1]

 Hashtag (2013)[1]
 Iglesia ni Cristo Chronicles (2012)[1]

 INC Kids Corner (2014)[1]

 INCTV Public Service (2013)

 INC Vision (2015)

 Let's Sing! (2013)[1]

 Let's Talk (2012)

 Lingap sa Mamamayan (2012)

 Profile (2014)

 Pundasyon (2014)[1]

 Taga Rito Kami (2012)[1]

 Trabaho Ko 'To! (2013)[1]
Movie block[edit]

 INCinema (2013)
TeleRadyo[edit]

 INC Radio Bulletin International' (2015)

 Masayang Tahanan' (2015)
Previously aired programming[edit]
Specials[edit]

 Araw ng Katapatan: INCTV Special Feature on the 7th Anniversary of Eduardo V. Manalo's Administration (September 7, 2016)

 Church News Live Special Coverage: Ikinarangal Ko Na Ako'y Iglesia ni Cristo (October 30, 2016)

 Dakilang Pagtatagumpay: Iglesia ni Cristo 102nd Anniversary Special (July 30, 2016)

 Forward March: INC School for Ministers 42nd Anniversary Feature (September 20, 2016)

 INCinema Excellence in Visual Media Awards 2016 (October 31, 2016)

References[edit]

1. ^ Jump up to:a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u "INC bags 23 Anak TV Seals". BusinessMirror. February 29, 2016. Retrieved August 3, 2016.

Cine Mo!
Cine Mo!, formerly known as SineBox, is one of the four digital television channels created by ABS-CBN Corporation.[1][2][3] It is the digital
TV counterpart of Cinema One, also owned by the conglomerate through ABS-CBN Cable Channels. Similar to Cinema One, it airs local
films and foreign movies. Cine Mo! operates weekdays from 5:00 AM to 1:00 AM of the following day, and on weekends from 5:00 AM to
2:00 AM of the following day.

Cine Mo!
Cine Mo Logo used in 2011.

Launched 2011

Network ABS-CBN

Cinema One

Owned by ABS-CBN Corporation

Slogan Hari Ka Dito

Country Philippines

Broadcast area Nationwide

Headquarters Quezon City, Philippines

Sister channel(s) Cinema One (cable)

DZMM TeleRadyo (cable and digital)
Knowledge Channel (cable and digital)

Yey! (cable and digital)

Availability

Terrestrial

Digital (ISDB-T) Channel 43 (647.143MHz; LCN 11.18)

(Digital test broadcast) [1]

ABS-CBN TV Plus 4

Cable

Sky Cable Channel 07 (Digital)

(Metro Manila)

Destiny Cable Channel 07 (Digital)

(Metro Manila)

Programs[edit]
Currently aired[edit]

 Funny Ka, Pare Ko
 Banana Bites

 Movies

 Binoe's Best

 FPJ: Hari ng Aksyon

 Dolphy: Hari ng Comey

 Cine Sigaw

 Cine Mo Box Office

 Cine Silip

 Saturday Night Delight

 Cine Kwela

 Cine Saya

 Cine Pow!

 Cine Bakbakan

 Cinemo Blockbusters

 Cinemo World

 Action

 Teleserye (catch-up episodes after being aired on ABS-CBN)
 FPJ's Ang Probisayano: Action Marathon

 Tanging Yaman

 Kung Tayo'y Magkakalayo

 Rubi

 American TV Series

 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

 NCIS: Los Angeles

 TV Specials

 South Korean TV Series (Sunday 13:00-15:00 PST)

 Orange Marmalade
Upcoming[edit]

 Doctor Stranger
Previously aired[edit]

 PopCorn TV

 It's Showtime: Funny Juan

 Pasion de Amor

 Blood

 You're All Surrounded
 Mga Kwento ni Marc Logan

 Blade Man

See also[edit]

 ABS-CBN (television network)

 Cinema One (a 24-hour cable movie channel owned by ABS-CBN Cable Channels)

References[edit]

1. Jump up^ Rommel Pedrealba (director) (2011). ANC Future Perfect: TV Goes Digital 2/5 (Television production). Philippines: ABS-CBN News
and Current Affairs.

2. Jump up^ Rommel Pedrealba (director) (2011). ANC Future Perfect: TV Goes Digital 3/5 (Television production). Philippines: ABS-CBN News
and Current Affairs.

3. Jump up^ "ABS-CBN to launch 5 new premium channels on free-to-air TV". Lopez Group of Companies. 2011-04-04. Retrieved 2011-05-
08.

Yey!
Yey!, formerly known as Yey! TV, and stylized as YEY! is a digital television channel of the Philippines, one of the four created byABS-CBN
Corporation.[2][3][4] It is the digital TV counterpart of Hero TV, also owned by the conglomerate through ABS-CBN Cable Channels It primarily
airs Japanese anime series and foreign cartoon shows (some shows are Filipino-dubbed but some with original English audio) that are
aired on sister channels ABS-CBN and Hero TV. Yey! operates daily from 6:00am to 10:00pm. The channel also simulcasts O Shopping's
main cable feed during off-air hours (10:00 pm to 5:00 am Monday to Thursday).

In 2016 some cartoon and anime shows are divided into various program blocks:
 Bibolillits - the channel's breakfast block that includes Nick Jr. and selected British & American cartoons intended for pre-schoolers
and young children.

 Kapow! - the channel's morning block that includes foreign cartoons on Tuesdays and Thursdays; and Nickelodeon cartoons on
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. On weekends, a marathon of select Nick cartoons are aired, yet it is not a re-run of weekday
Kapow! shows.

 All Yey! Anime - the channel's weeknight primetime block consisting of Japanese Anime shows targeting the teenage audience. A
weekend version of the block airs between 3:00 and 5:00pm.

Outside of its core format, marathons of selected ABS-CBN's programs that are considered family-oriented and child-friendly are aired. On
Sunday evenings, Yey! airs family and child-friendly movies under the program Kid Sine.

Yey!

Yey TV Logo used in 2011.

Launched 2011

Network ABS-CBN
Hero TV

Owned by ABS-CBN Corporation

Slogan Ready, Set, Play, Sayo ang Saya sa Yey!

Country Philippines

Broadcast area Nationwide

Headquarters Quezon City, Philippines

Sister channel(s) Hero TV (cable)

Cine Mo! (cable and digital)

DZMM TeleRadyo (cable and digital)

Knowledge Channel (cable and digital)

Availability

Terrestrial

Digital Channel 43 (647.143MHz; LCN 11.21)

(Digital test broadcast) [1]

Cable
Sky Cable Channel 01 (Digital)

(Metro Manila)

Destiny Cable Channel 01 (Digital)

(Metro Manila)

List of programs broadcast by Yey!
Current programming

 The Voice Kids Season 3: Take 2
Fantaseryes

 My Little Juan

 Wansapanataym

 My Super D Super Marathon
Anime and tokusatsu

 Animazing Tales

 Blue Dragon

 Digimon Frontier

 Haikyu (season 1)

 Little Battlers Experience
 Kuroko's Basketball (season 2)

 Major (season 6)

 Metal Fight Beyblade: Baku

 Naruto (season 2)

 Power Rangers Megaforce

 Power Rangers Super Megaforce

 Judy Abott

 Ultraman Mebius

 Ultraman Max

 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's (season 5)
Cartoons

 Happy Toon

 Pleasant Goat and Big Big Wolf

 Monk
Nickelodeon

 SpongeBob SquarePants

 The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius

 The Penguins of Madagascar
 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012)

 T.U.F.F. Puppy

 Sanjay and Craig
Nick Jr.

 PAW Patrol

 Wonder Pets

 Dora the Explorer (season 7)

 Go, Diego, Go!
British

 Peppa Pig
American

 Sesame Street
Local programs

 Team Yey![5]
Upcoming programming

 TBA: Major (season 5)

 TBA: Kuroko's Basketball (season 3)
Former programming
Fantaseryes

 Kokey

 Kokey @ Ako

 Komiks

 Kung Fu Kids

 Lastikman

 Princess Sarah

 Super Inggo
Reality show

 Junior MasterChef Pinoy Edition
Local talent show

 Dance Kids

 The Voice Kids (season 2)
Anime and tokusatsu

 A Dog of Flanders

 The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

 Beast Machines
 Beast Wars: Transformers

 Crush Gear Series Franchise

 Crush Gear Nitro

 Crush Gear Turbo

 Digimon Series Franchise

 Digimon Adventure

 Digimon Adventure 02

 Digimon Tamers

 Digimon Savers

 Digimon Xros Wars

 D.I.C.E.

 Domo

 Element Hunters

 Eyeshield 21

 Gundam Seed Destiny

 Heroman

 Hitman Reborn!
 Inazuma Eleven

 Inuyasha

 Kirarin Revolution

 Kobato.

 Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nog

 Metal Fight Beyblade

 Naruto Shippuden (season 1)

 Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan

 Peter Pan and Wendy

 Power Rangers Series

 Power Rangers Zeo

 Power Rangers Wild Force

 Power Rangers Ninja Storm

 Power Rangers Dino Thunder

 Power Rangers SPD

 Power Rangers Mystic Force

 Power Rangers Operation Overdrive
 Power Rangers Jungle Fury

 Power Rangers RPM

 Power Rangers Samurai

 Power Rangers Megaforce

 Power Rangers Super Megaforce

 Princess Sarah

 Remi, Nobody's Girl

 Rental Magica

 Sgt. Keroro

 Superbook

 Tai Chi Chasers

 Tears to Tiara

 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Fast Forward

 The Flying House

 Tokyo Magnitude 8.0

 Ultraman Gaia

 Young Hercules
 Yu-Gi-Oh!

 Yu-Gi-Oh! GX

 Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal

 Yumeiro Patissiere

 Zoids Genesis
Cartoons

 Action Man A.T.O.M.

 Akuei & Gatchinpo

 Bananas In Pyjamas

 Galaxy Racers

 Madeline

 Magic Wonderland

 Marcelino Pan y Vino

 Max Steel (2013)

 Monk

 Monster Allergy

 Mr. Bean

 My Giant Friend
 Olive And The Rhyme Rescue Crew

 Pucca

 Shalen

 Superbook Reimagined

 Swirl Fighters

 Tayo the Little Bus

 Voltron

 Voltron Force

 Winx Club

 W.I.T.C.H.
Nickelodeon

 Avatar: The Legend of Aang

 Danny Phantom

 Fanboy & Chum Chum

 The Fairly OddParents

 Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness

 The Legend of Korra

 ChalkZone
 Robot and Monster
Nick Jr.

 Dora the Explorer

 Wonder Pets

 Team Umizoomi

 Ni Hao, Kai-Lan
Marvel

 Silver Surfer

 Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends
British

 The Furchester Hotel

 Mr. Bean

 Thomas & Friends

See also

 ABS-CBN (television network)

 Hero (a 24-hour Filipino-dubbed anime channel owned by ABS-CBN Cable Channels)

 Studio 23 (now S+A)

 S+A
References

1. Jump up^ Exclusive: The ABS-CBN Digital TV retrieved October 18, 2013

2. Jump up^ Rommel Pedrealba (director) (2011). ANC Future Perfect: TV Goes Digital 2/5 (Television production). Philippines: ABS-CBN News
and Current Affairs.

3. Jump up^ Rommel Pedrealba (director) (2011). ANC Future Perfect: TV Goes Digital 3/5 (Television production). Philippines: ABS-CBN News
and Current Affairs.

4. Jump up^ "ABS-CBN to launch 5 new premium channels on free-to-air TV". Lopez Group of Companies. 2011-04-04. Retrieved 2011-05-
08.

5. Jump up^ "TEAM YEY: MAKING KIDS BECOME THE BEST EVERY DAY THROUGH FUN AND PLAY" (Press release). ABS-CBN Social
Media Newsroom. June 16, 2016. Retrieved June 16, 2016.

Central Luzon Television
Central Luzon Television (CLTV 36 Metro Central Luzon) is a regional television network, based in the Central Luzon region in
thePhilippines. The network is owned and managed by RadioWorld Broadcasting Corporation, a subsidiary of the Laus Group. The
network's offices and studio complex located at 3rd Floor, Corporate Guarantee and Insurance Company Building, Jose Abad Santos
Ave., City of San Fernando, Pampanga, while its 10-kilowatt, 68.5 meters high transmitter and station tower is located at C.P. Garcia
Street, Clark Freeport Zone, Pampanga.[1] This station operates everyday from 7:30 am to 11:30 pm (PST)

CLTV 36 Metro Central Luzon

Type Independent Broadcast television network

Country Philippines
Owner Radioworld Broadcasting Corporation

Key people Liberato "Levy" P. Laus, Chairman, Laus Group

of Companies

Sonia P. Soto, President and General Manager

Billy San Juan, Deputy GM and Vice President

Joey Hernal, Deputy Head for Integrated

Content and Production Cluster

Launch March 19, 2007 (as CLTV 36)
date
April 11, 2016 (as CLTV 36 Metro Central Luzon)

Official www.cltv36.tv
website

Background[edit]
As one of the youngest terrestrial television stations in the Philippines, it was created when Philippine Congress granted a franchise
under Republic Act No. 8219 on September 12, 1997 and duly licensed by the NTC dated January 10, 2007.
It was launched on March 19, 2007. In 2008, CLTV 36 relegated into an all-news and infotainment channel. It was on the same year that
the station received the first KBP Golden Dove Award (Sonia Soto - Best Provincial Public Affairs Program Host). From 2007, CLTV 36
pioneered the extensive and most updated coverage of national and local elections and natural disasters that hit the region including
typhoons, northeast monsoon, among others. In 2013, CLTV 36 launched their entertainment programming thru the StarMill Talent Search.
CLTV 36 Metro Central Luzon focuses on a centralized media coverage from news, public affairs and entertainment programming, covering
all the provinces of Metro Central Luzon. These are the provinces of Nueva Ecija, Bulacan, Bataan, Tarlac, Zambales, Aurora and its
homebase, Pampanga. CLTV 36 can also be seen in some areas in Metro Manila, Calabarzon, Ilocos Region, and Cordillera Administrative
Region thru a better, wider, crisp and stronger signal reception from its transmitter in Clark Freeport Zone. The tower was inaugurated in
December 9, 2015.
CLTV 36 Metro Central Luzon is the official broadcaster of the Giant Lantern Festival every December from 2008 and the United Central
Luzon Athletic Association games since 2015.

The tower-transmitter (now discontinued use) of CLTV 36 and studio (3rd Floor, Corporate Guarantee & Insurance Company building, San Fernando,
Pampanga).

CLTV 36 was the official broadcaster of the Giant Lantern Festival.

CLTV 36 Metro Central Luzon was honored as the three-time Best Provincial TV station by the KBP Golden Dove Awards, organized by the
Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas (KBP) for the 2012, 2014 and 2015 edition, along with the award for their programs Balitang
Central Luzon (Best TV Newscast, Provincial) and So To Speak (two-time Best TV Public Affairs Program, Provincial).
In time for the station's 9th anniversary, on April 2, 2016, CLTV 36 was rebranded as "CLTV 36 Metro Central Luzon" during the station-
organized event at the newly launched LGC Events Center in City of San Fernando, Pampanga. [2] Along with the station's rebranding and
new theme song performed by Chocolate Factory Band, Jeneal Mariano and Andy Pangan, new programs centered on news and public
affairs and entertainment was launched.

Programs currently broadcast on CLTV 36[edit]
News[edit]

 Arangkada sa Umaga (2016)

 Balen at Balita (2016)

 Metro Central Luzon Ngayon (2016)

 Lingap Central Luzon kasama si Ate Son

 Metro Central Luzon Tonite (2016)

 Pasada Ala-Una (2016)
Current Affairs[edit]

 CENTRO: City of San Fernando, Pampanga (2016)

 Diskurso (2016)

 Public Demand (2016)

 Social TV (2016)

 Agri ka Ba?

 Asenso Sigurado

 Ibang Klase Talaga!)
 Kabaro

 Usapang Biz-ness

 UN In Action and 21st Century (2008)
Infotainment[edit]

 Kasaysayang Throwback with BSJ (2016)

 Ok Si Dok (2007)

 Totoong Buhay (2016)
Entertainment[edit]

 Mise-En-Scene (2014)

 Music Zone (2007)

 Tara Lets! (2016)
Religious[edit]

 Men of Light (2007)
Former Programs[edit]

 Isapubliko (2013, 2016)

 Perspektiba (2016)

 Ang Saya-Saya (2016)

 Kapampangan Animation and Live-Action Productions (2016)
 Klaro Panalo (2016)

 Lonely Pangets (2016)

 Wagi: Women are Great Inspirations

 Kuwentong Wagi

 Campus Teen Drama

 TeleVShop (2016)

 Y-fi: Young, Free Idealist

 Simpleng Usapan

 Sandigang Legal (2016)

 So to Speak (2008-2016)

 Belly Good (2016)

 Biz Mode (2016)

 Clark In Focus (2016)

 The Noel Jusay Lacsamana Show (2015-2016)

 Musical Moment (2015-2016)

 Tagis Lakas (2015-2016)

 Share and Like (2016)
 Snap Shap (2016)

 Sine Gitnang Luzon Originals (2016)

 Dito Po Sa Amin (2016)

 Metro Central Luzon Update (2016)

 Pera Pera Lang (2016)

Station[edit]

Channel Station
Branding Callsign TPO Location
Number Type

CLTV 36 Metro Central DWRW- 10,000 watts (100,000 watts Clark, Pampanga/Central Luzon
36 Originating
Luzon TV ERP) Region

CLTV 36 can also be seen in 40 cable & satellite affiliates in Pampanga, Tarlac, Bulacan, Bataan, Nueva Ecija and Cavite and
on Cignal Channel 115 nationwide.[2]The network also operates the radio station DWRW (RW 95.1).

References[edit]

1. Jump up^ "CLTV 36 widens reach with new Clark Tower". Sun.Star Pampanga. Retrieved 10 December 2015.

2. ^ Jump up to:a b "CLTV 36 marks 9th year with new 'metro' brand". Sun.Star Pampanga. April 3, 2016. Retrieved April 4, 2016.

External links[edit]

 CLTV's official website

 Laus Group of Companies
DWIM-TV
Infomax Television is a regional free-to-air television channel located in Pampanga, Philippines. It was formerly on cable channel 8 but
later transferred to free TV via Channel 44 with the power of 10,000 watts. It is currently an affiliate of Global News Network (thus it became
GNN-Infomax TV).

It is also served as a community channel for Kapampangans.

DWIM-TV 44

Pampanga

Branding GNN/Infomax TV44 Pampanga

Slogan Committed to Nation Building

Pampanga's Kampampangan Channel

Kayabe mu, Kayantabe mu.

Channels Analog: 44 (UHF)
Affiliations Global News Network

Owner Infomax Media

(First United Broadcasting Corporation)

Call letters' meaning DW

InfoMax TV

Transmitter power 10 kilowatts

Website http://www.infomaxtv.com/

Current programming[edit]

 Kita Kits

 Legal Points

 MaSUSIng Usapan

 NewsForce Pampanga

 PersonALAN

 Pupul
 Saludu!

 Talking Points

 K-Tube (Kapampangan Tube)

 What's Hap?

 Lakad ng EDSA

 Kompront-Aksyon

 Muchikahan, Atbp.

 Ka-Distrito Ko, Mahal Ko

Personalities[edit]

 John Susi

Infomax TV station[edit]

Power
Branding Ch. # Station Type Location
watts

GNN-Infomax TV TV-44 10,000 watts Originating San Fernando, Pampanga/Central Luzon Region

-With several cable affiliates in Central Luzon.
Website[edit]

 Infomax TV's official website

 DWIM-TV on Facebook

Banahaw Broadcasting Corporation
The Banahaw Broadcasting Corporation (often shortened to BBC) was a Philippine television network that began operations in
November 1973 and ceased transmission on 25 February 1986.

Banahaw Broadcasting Corporation
(City 2 Television)

Type Broadcast television network
Country Philippines

Availability Defunct

Owner Salvador Tan

Roberto Benedicto

Key people Ferdinand Marcos

Launch date November 1973

Dissolved 20 March 1986

History

DWWX-TV (formerly DZAQ-TV) station owned by ABS-CBN was shut down following the declaration of Martial Law in 1972, and served as
the flagship station of BBC. Roberto Benedicto, a crony of then-President Ferdinand Marcos and owner of the Kanlaon Broadcasting
System, took over the ABS-CBN Broadcast Center complex on Bohol (now Sergeant Esguerra) Avenue in Quezon City after the KBS
Studios along Roxas Boulevard in Pasay City (which were ironically sold them by ABS-CBN in 1969) were destroyed by fire in June 1973, a
few months before BBC went on air.[1] The new network was named the "Banahaw Broadcasting Corporation" after Mount Banahaw, a
dormant volcano located in southern Luzon known for its hot springs and mystical associations.

In 1976, BBC, KBS and another Benedicto-owned network, the Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation (which originally aired from San
Juan del Monte), transferred to the Broadcast City compound in Old Balara, Quezon City, with the transmitter located along Panay Avenue,
Quezon City. This left Channel 4 (a frequency formerly owned by ABS-CBN and taken over by the government as Government Television in
1974) at the ABS-CBN Broadcast Center complex, then renamed Broadcast Plaza.
By December 1973, the network also operated DYCB-TV 3 in Cebu and DYXL-TV 4 in Bacolod, both of which were also originally owned
by ABS-CBN. Their call signs were also changed to DYCW-TV and DYBW-TV, respectively. The Cebu and Bacolod stations switched
affiliations to GTV-4 (later the Maharlika Broadcasting System) in 1978 and reverted to their former call letters.

BBC-2 was rebranded as City 2 Television from 1980 to 1984, but reverted to BBC-2 with a different logo in its last years of broadcast.
BBC-2 ended operations on 25 February 1986 at the height of the People Power Revolution along with RPN and IBC (temporarily), after
reformist soldiers disabled the transmitter that was broadcasting Marcos' inauguration from Malacañang Palace.[2] Upon Corazón C.
Aquino's subsequent accession to the presidency, BBC, RPN and IBC (collectively known as "Broadcast City") were sequestered and
placed under the management of a Board of Administrators tasked to operate and manage its business and affairs subject to the control
and supervision of Presidential Commission on Good Government.[3][4] DWWX-TV was returned to ABS-CBN on 16 July 1986, as were the
Cebu and Bacolod affiliate stations.

The network became well-remembered for its trademark jingle, Big Beautiful Country, composed by José Mari Chan.

Programming (Local)

 Ang Iglesia ni Cristo (1983-1986)

 Alindog

 2 Plus 2

 BBC/City 2 Balita[5]

 BBC/City 2 Balita Late-Night Edition

 BBC Afternoon Theater

 The Big, Big Show
 Dos Por Dos

 Lovingly Yours, Helen (1984-1986)

 PST

 Okey Sha!

 VIP (Vilma in Person)

 Dulambuhay ni Rosa Vilma

 Eliza

 Batman & Robin

 Abbott and Costello

 Nagmamahal, Amalia

 TV Powww[5]

 Kiddie Pow!

 Ariel and Co. after Six

 Nanette Por Kilo

 Ariel con Tina
 Odyssey 2[6]

 Weekend Thriller

 Big Ike's Happening...Now![7]

 Ladies and Gentlemen...

 Buhok-Pinoy

 Coffee with Lee Andres

 JQ on Cue

 Karnabal Dos

 Blu

 Celeste

 Rico Baby

 Broadcast Campus

 Gulong ng Palad

 Ilaw ng Tahanan

 Tang-tarang-tang
 The Pilita and Jackie Show

 Nothing But the Truth

 PBA on BBC

 NFL on City2

 Banana Sundae

 Peping

 Tawag-Pansin[5]

 Mga Anino ng Kahapon

 Movie Parade

 Hans Christian Andersen

 Bionic Woman

 Pttt... Foul!

Radio stations

 DWWA 1206 - Metro Manila. Call letters were changed to DWAN; it was later owned by Intercontinental Broadcasting
Corporation and then under the management of Metropolitan Manila Development Authority. This station is currently inactive.

 DWWK-FM/DWOK-FM 101.9 - Metro Manila. The frequency was awarded to ABS-CBN in 1986.
See also

 ABS-CBN

 DWWX-TV

 DWRR 101.9

 Ferdinand Marcos

 Martial law in the Philippines

 History of the Philippines (1965-1986)

References

1. Jump up^ http://sc.judiciary.gov.ph/jurisprudence/2008/october2008/133347.htm

2. Jump up^ http://stuartxchange.com/DayFour.html

3. Jump up^ http://elibrary.judiciary.gov.ph/decisions.php?doctype=Decisions%20/%20Signed
%20Resolutions&docid=1311062211772857320

4. Jump up^ http://www.lawphil.net/executive/execord/eo1986/eo_11_1986.html

5. ^ Jump up to:a b c http://www.mb.com.ph/articles/229126/kbs-marks-40th-anniversary-with-a-grand-reunion

6. Jump up^ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LaIh0GVznhY

7. Jump up^ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BSQN9gSslDk
External links
Supreme Court decisions on BBC

 Benedicto v Board of Administrators of Television Stations RPN, BBC, and IBC (G.R. 87710, 1992)

 Republic v Sandiganbayan (G.R. 108292, 1993)

 ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corporation, et al. v Office of the Ombudsman, Roberto S. Benedicto, Exequiel B. Garcia, Miguel V.
Gonzales, and Salvador Tan (G.R. 133547, 2008)

 Banahaw Broadcasting Corporation v Pacana III, et al. (G.R. No. 171673, 2011)

MTV Philippines
MTV Philippines was a 24-hour music/entertainment television network owned by All Youth Channels, Inc., through a partnership with
MTV Networks Asia Pacific. The network originally started its broadcast on January 1, 2001, with its final broadcast on February 15, 2010.

Prior to its last incarnation, MTV Philippines was a corporate venture between MTV Networks Asia and Nation Broadcasting Corporation.
MTV Networks Asia provided much of the broadcast content, while NBC provided the infrastructure.

Throughout its history, MTV Philippines' facilities were located at The Fort in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City,[1] and Silver City in Frontera
Verde, Ortigas Avenue, Pasig City.

MTV Philippines
Launched May 1992 (EEC)

January 1, 2001 (NBC)

March 1, 2007 (AYC, Inc.)

Closed February 15, 2010

Owned by MTV Networks Asia Pacific

All Youth Channels, Inc.

Picture format 480i (SDTV)

Slogan Everyday!

Araw-Araw

Country Philippines

Broadcast area Philippines

Replaced by MTV Southeast Asia
MTV Pinoy (cable channel space)

AksyonTV Channel 41(Free TV channel

space)

Website MTVAsia.com

History[edit]
MTV Asia in the Philippines on UHF Channel 23[edit]

MTV started in The Philippines on May 1992 as MTV Asia. It started as one of the channels of the STAR group—a partnership of Viacom,
MTV's parent company, and STAR TV. It began airing on UHF Channel 23 licensed to Ermita Electronics Corporation, the country's first
UHF TV station fully devoted to re-broadcasting from a foreign satellite channel. [2] In 1994, the partnership suffered a conflict of interest
when STAR launched its own music channel, Channel V. After UHF 23 was put off-air on July 1996, the frequency was reassigned to ABS-
CBN through a subsidiary, AMCARA Broadcasting Network, and has been rebranded as Studio 23. However, Studio 23 had to deal with the
then-active agreement between Ermita Electronics and MTV Asia (whose main broadcast headquarters is located in Singapore).

Studio 23[edit]

By October 12, 1996 MTV was being aired on Studio 23 (now known as ABS-CBN Sports+Action in 2015) during daytime hours, while
original Studio 23 programming aired on primetime. The partnership with Studio 23 ended on December 31, 2000 and moved to a new
channel frequency, UHF 41. ABS-CBN then launched its own music channel, Myx, that same day.

MTV UHF Channel 41 / MTV Philippines[edit]

In 2001, MTV Networks Asia and Nation Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) signed a joint-venture agreement to form Music Source, and
acquired the rights to air MTV 24 hours a day on UHF Channel 41, which was licensed to NBC.
MTV Philippines showcased local Filipino talent through videos and shows presented in-between numbers featuring international pop and
rock superstars. The channel did not promote a pan-Asian format. However, MTV Southeast Asia presented Indonesian, Malaysian and
Singaporean artists on their network, alternating with international pop and rock talents. Within six months from its inception on January 1,
2001, it immediately won the hearts of pop-culturally conscious young Filipino viewers. It was said that the presence of this channel
eventually caused the demise of Channel V Philippines simply due to intense competition.

After 6 years of partnership, UHF Channel 41 ceased broadcasting following the dissolution of the joint venture. [3] Soon it was returned on
TV broadcasting with a brand new channel co-owned by TV5 as Aksyon TV Channel 41, an all-news channel.

All Youth Channels, Inc. and the final incarnation of MTV Philippines[edit]

After the dissolution of its joint venture with NBC, MTV Networks Asia signed a licensing agreement with All Youth Channels, Inc. (AYC),
which is run by some of the members of Music Source, including Lumen, to control both MTV Philippines and its sister channel,
Nickelodeon. AYC owned and operated 100% of then-new MTV Philippines.

MTV Philippines was an exclusive channel on cable and satellite television systems. [4] However, Lumen decided not to renew the contract
(Except Nickelodeon Philippines, which is MTV Philippines's sister channel). There were also some posts claiming that instead of funding
for MTV Philippines, they would support TV5instead which they planned to be the next big thing on TV. 11 minutes before midnight of
February 16, 2010, a final music video: "Video Killed the Radio Star" byThe Buggles, (which was the very first music video played in MTV
USA back in 1981) was played and afterwards, MTV Philippines officially signed off.[5][6][7] After the closure, it had reverted to its original
channel, MTV Southeast Asia.

MTV Pinoy[edit]

Main article: MTV Pinoy

On February 14, 2014, MTV returned to the country as MTV Pinoy with a new logo and name. At exactly 04:00 P.M., MTV Pinoy started its
commercial operations with its first program MTV Halo-Halo with VJ Sam. "Dear Lonely" performed by Zia Quizon is the first music video to
air on the relaunched channel. MTV Pinoy is co-owned by MTV Networks Asia Pacific & Viva Communications, with the latter providing the
infrastructure.
However, unlike its MTV Philippines format, MTV Pinoy mainly focuses on the local music industry, with programs aligned with the Viva-
produced content.

Key people[edit]

 Bill Roedy - President, MTV Networks International

 Steven Tan - Executive Vice President, MTV Networks Asia

 Francis Lumen - President & CEO, All Youth Channel, Inc.

Programming[edit]

Most of the programming consists of music/music-related shows, mainly broadcasting programming from U.S.-based MTV and VH1. The
network also acquired original content from MTV Southeast Asia, as well as its own localized content.

Events[edit]

MTV Philippines has been instrumental in bringing and became official music media channel of the big-name concerts to The Philippines
since their re-launch.
International artists[edit] Local artists[edit]

 Ziggy Marley  Eraserheads

 Tortured Soul  Spongecola

 Christina Aguilera  Kyla

 M2M  Sarah Geronimo

 Fall Out Boy  Sinosikat?

 Josh Groban  Gary Valenciano

 Beyoncé Knowles  Urbandub

 Vertical Horizon  Moonstar 88

 Marion Raven  Imago

 Incubus  Regine Velasquez

 Duran Duran  Martin Nievera

 Alicia Keys

 My Chemical Romance

 George Benson
 Rihanna

 Chris Brown

 Pussycat Dolls

 Nine Inch Nails

 Lady Gaga*

 Katy Perry*

(*) - MTV Philippines was only the Official Music Channel of the concert.

MTV Philippines also announced that an awards show would be in the works. In the upcoming years, the network hopes to relaunch the
MTV Pilipinas Video Music Awards to continue its tradition of recognizing the best of Pinoy music and video making.

Slogans[edit]

Branding Slogan Years Active

MTV
MTV I like 1999-2001
Philippines

MTV
There's only one MTV 2001-2003
Philippines
MTV
MTV Enjoy 2003-2004
Philippines

MTV
MTV Ayos! 2004-2006
Philippines

MTV
MTV Everyday!/MTV Araw- araw! 2007-2010
Philippines

MTV Philippines' Past VJs[edit]

 Mark Anthony David

 Marc Abaya

 Bianca Araneta

 Victor Basa

 Paolo Bediones

 Reema Chanco

 KC Concepcion

 Anne Curtis
 Johann Ekedum

 Maike Evers

 Nicole Fonacier

 Cindy Kurleto

 John Joe Joseph

 Patty Laurel

 Cesca Litton

 Francis Magalona †

 Andi Manzano

 Sarah Meier

 Colby Miller

 K. C. Montero

 Rex Navarrete

 Claire Olivar

 Belinda Panelo
 Don Puno

 Derek Ramsay

 Mariel Rodriguez

 Eiffelene Salvador

 Anna Shier

 Sib Sibulo

 Chase Tino

 Giselle Toengi-Walters

 Regine Tolentino

 Shannen Torres

 Donita Rose Villarama

 Jamie Wilson

 Margaret Wilson

Shows[edit]
Main article: List of programmes broadcast by MTV in Asia
List of former programs broadcast by MTV Philippines (on Cable TV)[edit]

 After Hours

 Arctic Monkeys Live with Zane

 Auto Extreme

 Box Set

 Exiled

 Handpicked

 Hanging with The Boys

 Man and Machine

 Cribs

 Exiled

 MTV Gimme 10

 MTV Live

 MTV Sessions

 MTV Time Out
 My Super Sweet 16

 Nitro Circus

 Paris Hilton's My New BFF

 Roll Out

 Spankin New Sessions

 Square Roots: The Story of SpongeBob SquarePants

 Teen Cribs

 MTV Video Music Awards

 MTV European Music Awards

 MTV Push

 The City

 The X-Effect

 The Fave Five

 The Hills

 The Playlist
 Tong Hits

 World Stage

 MTV Fantastic Females (1998-2000)
(After re-launched March 1, 2007)[edit]

 All Things Rock

 Beavis and Butt Head

 Boiling Points

 Celebrity Deathmatch

 Celebrity Rap Superstar

 MTV's Little Talent Show

 MTV Presents

 The Playlist

 MTV Roll-Out

 MTV Hangout

 Newport Harbor
 Pimp My Ride

 Punk'd

 Room 401

 TRL (Total Request Live)

 Trick It Out

 Uploaded

 Wrestling Society X

 "What's The Word?!" Online Blog w/ Aaron Gonzales

Partnerships/Affiliations[edit]

 Globe Telecom

 Smart Communications

 Music Management International

 GMA Network

See also[edit]

 Viacom
 MTV Networks Asia Pacific

 MTV

 MTV Southeast Asia

 MTV Pinoy

 U92 (Now Radyo5 92.3 News FM)

 Myx

 Channel V Philippines

References[edit]

1. Jump up^ MTV Philippines studios at The Fort (Cache)

2. Jump up^ MTV Asia Channel 23 in the Philippines Television History

3. Jump up^ MTV SEAsia to replace MTV Philippines[dead link]

4. Jump up^ Manila Bulletin article on MTV Phil's return (Cache)

5. Jump up^ MTV Philippines ceased airing on February 16, 2010. retrieved via www.pinoyrockcentral.com 02-16-2010

6. Jump up^ MTV Philippines Goes Off Air

7. Jump up^ Thank You MTV Philippines... Final Channel Sign-Off. retrieved via www.youtube.com 02-16-2010
Official website[edit]

 MTV Philippines Official Website (defunct)

 MTV Asia Official Website

Solar TV
olar TV (stylized as SOLARtv) was the flagship television network of Solar Entertainment Corporation's television arm subsidiary Solar TV
Network, Inc., which is the replacement of C/S 9. This is the revival of the former Solar channelSolar USA.

It launched last November 29, 2009 at 11:00am with a slogan It's A Bright New World on RPN. In October 31, 2010, it changed some of its
programming content to English/Tagalog with a new slogan Kung Saan Lahat Panalo!. It ended its broadcast on February 25, 2011 as Solar
Entertainment buys RPN and programming of ETC was transferred to RPN but will remain as a corporate brand of television arm subsidiary
of Solar (now a subsidiary of ALC Group of Companies since August 23, 2014).

Solar TV
Type Broadcast commercialtelevision network

Country Philippines

Availability Defunct

Slogan Kung Saan Lahat Panalo!(Where Everyone's

a Winner!)

Owner Radio Philippines Network

Solar Entertainment

(Solar TV Network Inc.)

Key people Wilson Tieng (President, Solar Entertainment)

William Tieng (Chairman, Solar
Entertainment)

Willy Y. Tieng (Vice-chairman, Solar
Entertainment)

Orlando Mercado (President and CEO, Radio

Philippines Network)

Launch date November 29, 2009

Dissolved February 25, 2011

Picture format NTSC 480i (SDTV)

Official Solar TV website
website

Language English (main)

Filipino (secondary)

Replaced by Talk TV (now Solar News Channel)

ETC (channel space)

Sister channel(s) ETC

Radio Philippines Network

Programs[edit]

 America's Best Dance Crew
 America's Got Talent15

 Burn Notice

 Entertainment Tonight3, 13, 15

 Eureka

 Fringe

 Heroes

 Home Shopping Network1, 2, 3, 7, 14, 16

 Human Target

 Jai Alai Cagayan3,17

 Kamen Rider Dragon Knight

 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit10

 Lie to Me

 The Main Event3,4,17

 Minute to Win It

 NBC Nightly News
 NCIS6,13

 One Morning

 Queer Eye for the Straight Guy

 Real NBA6, 7, 8

 Saved by the Bell

 Solar's Big Ticket

 Survivor1

 Survivor: Nicaragua

 The Biggest Loser1

 The Ellen DeGeneres Show2, 12

 The Insider11, 13, 15

 The Jerry Springer Show10

 The Price is Right

 The Real Housewives of New Jersey

 Versus
 World Class Boxing3

 World's Most Amazing Videos

 WWE Raw (one-hour edition)5,17

 WWE Smackdown (one-hour edition)5,17
1
Currently airing on Jack TV.
2
Currently airing on 2nd Avenue.
3
Currently airing on Solar Sports.
4
Currently airing on Pinoy Extreme.
5
Currently airing on Fox Philippines.
6
Currently airing on ABS-CBN Sports+Action.
7
Currently airing on Basketball TV.
8
Currently airing on NBA Premium TV.
9
Currently airing on Fox Crime
10
Currently airing on CT.
11
Currently airing on ETC.
12
Currently airing on Colours.
13
Currently airing on My Movie Channel.
14
Currently airing on PTV 4.
15
Currently airing on RTL CBS Entertainment.
16
Currently airing on Shop TV.
17
Currently airing on Hyper.

External links[edit]

 Official Website
List of programs shown on the ABS-CBN News Channel
The following is a list of programs shown on the ABS-CBN News Channel. The channel primarily broadcasts programming relating to
news, business, politics, and public affairs, along with other magazine and documentary-style programs. The network also airs
programming sourced from ABS-CBN, CNBC Asia, and The Filipino Channel.

Current programs[edit]
News[edit]

 @ANCAlerts (2012–present)

 ANC Headlines (1999–present)

 ANC Breaking News

 ANC Live

 ANC Advisories

 The Bureau (2012–present)

 Dateline Philippines (1996–present)

 Dateline Philippines Weekend

 Mornings @ ANC (2006–present)

 News Now (2012–present)
 News Now @ 5am

 News Now @ 10am

 News Now @ 11am

 News Now @ 2pm

 News Now Weekend @ 9am

 News Now Weekend @ 3pm

 News Now Weekend @ 7pm

 Top Story (2002–present)

 Top Story Weekend

 The World Tonight (ANC 1996–present, ABS-CBN 1966-1972 and 1986-1999)

 The World Tonight Weekend
Business[edit]

 Business Nightly (2000–present)

 Market Edge with Cathy Yang (2015–present)

 Market Edge @ 9am Morning Edition

 Market Edge @ 3pm Afternoon Edition

 OBG Talk (2016-present)

 On The Money (2012–present)
Talk[edit]

 Beyond Politics with Lynda Jumilla (2013–present)

 The Boss (2016–present)

 Headstart with Karen Davila (2010–present)

 Hot Copy (2010–present)

 Square Off: The V&A Law Debates (Season 12) (2006–present)

 Talkback with Tina Palma (2000–present)
Documentary/specials[edit]

 ANC Documentary Hour (2015–present)

 ANC Presents (2010–present)

 Dayaw (2016–present)

 Mukha (2014–present)
Infotainment[edit]

 Future Perfect (2010–present)

 The Game Changer Philippines (2015–present)

 The Daily Serve (2015–present)

 Green Living (2011–present)

 Hardball (2006–present)
 Shop Talk (2006–present)
Lifestyle[edit]

 Cityscape (2009–present)

 Executive Class (2005–present)

 Graceful Living (2016–present)

 Philippine Realty TV (2008–present)

 Trending Now (2014–present)
Travel[edit]

 #BecomingFilipino: Your Travel Blog (2016–present)

 Asian Air Safari (2006–present)

 Galing Pook (2013–present)
Religious[edit]

 Kerygma TV (also aired on IBC 13)

 The Word Exposed with Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle (also aired on PTV-4, ABS-CBN Sports and Action and TV Maria)
Television programs from ABS-CBN[edit]

 The Bottomline with Boy Abunda (2009–present)

 Failon Ngayon (2009–present)

 Rated K (2004–present)
 Sports U (2015–present)
Television programs simulcast on ABS-CBN[edit]

 Salamat Dok (2004−present)
Television programs from TFC[edit]

 Adobo Nation (2008–present)

 Balitang America (2002–present)

 Balitang Global (Middle East & Europe Edition) (2014–present)

 Citizen Pinoy (2004–present)

 Juan EU Konek (2014–present)

Future programming[edit]
Specials[edit]

 Top of the News: The World Tonight 50th Anniversary Documentary Special (December 30, 2016)[1]

Previously shown[edit]

 #NoFilter (2016)

 Ako Ang Simula (2011–2013)

 ANC Chat

 ANC Early Edition

 ANC Documentaries
 ANC First

 ANC Health

 ANC Life

 ANC Money

 ANC Newsnight

 ANC Perspective

 ANC Today

 Balitang Australia

 Balitang Canada (2012–2015)

 Balitang Europe

 Balitang Middle East

 Balita Via Satellite

 Bandila

 Belo Beauty 101

 The Big Picture (2006–2010)

 The Daily Serve (2015–2016)

 Breakfast
 The Brew

 By Demand

 Coffee Talk with Cherie Mercado

 Crossing Borders

 Crossroads (2016–2010)

 DCS: The Dyan Castillejo Show

 Dayaw (2015–2016)

 The Explainer

 The Explainer Dialogues

 Eye On Your Week

 First Look (2006–2015)

 Frank Debate

 Frankly Speaking

 GameZone

 Generation RX

 Global News

 The Good Life with Cory Quirino
 Health Matters (2014–2015)

 I Survived

 Inside Business with Coco Alcuaz (2012–2016)

 iMO: In My Opinion

 Jeep ni Erap

 Kamusta Kabayan

 Kiddo-preneur (2014–2015)

 Knowledge Power

 Korina Today (2004-2009)

 Krusada (2010–2013)

 Kuwentong Disyerto

 Legal Action

 Life Without Borders with Cory Quirino

 Magandang Umaga, Bayan

 Magandang Umaga, Pilipinas (2005–2007)

 MBA Games

 Media in Focus
 My Favorite Show

 My Home

 My Puhunan (2013–2015)

 My Travel Blog

 News @ 8 with Ricky Carandang

 News @ 8 with Ron Cruz

 Noypi! Ikaw Ba 'to?

 NorthBound (2015–2016)

 Off the Record

 On Line

 On the Scene

 Open House

 Patrol ng Pilipino (2010–2013)

 Pipol on ANC (2011–2014)

 Prime News (2006–2013)

 Prime News Weekend (2006–2013)

 Primetime on ANC (2011–2014)
 Primetime on ANC Weekend (2013–2015)

 Private Conversations

 Private I.

 Probe Profiles

 The Rundown (2010–2011)

 Rubi on a Roadtrip (2014–2015)

 S.O.C.O. (Scene of the Crime Operatives)

 Shake with Nancy Irlanda (2015–2016)

 Sarimanok Network News

 The Shop

 SNN Business Desk

 SNN Dateline News

 SNN International Desk

 SNN Kapihan

 SNN Midday Report

 SNN Newscenter

 SNN Primetime
 SNN Primetime News

 SNN Sports MTV

 SNN Sportscenter

 SNN Weather Report

 Special Assignment

 Sports Unlimited

 Storyline (2008–2015)

 Start-Up

 Straight Talk

 Strictly Politics

 Take One

 Tamano Perspective (2011–2012)

 Trippers (2014–2015)

 Travel Time (1999–2015)

 Tease

 Tell The People

 Thumbs Up! (2014–2015)
 Tonight on ANC with Korina Sanchez

 True Crime

 Umagang Kay Ganda (2007–2015)

 View from the Top

 Viewpoints

 VOA This Week

 XXX: Exklusibong, Explosibong, Exposé (2006–2013)

Notable specials and coverage[edit]

 10th ASEAN Finance Ministers Investors' Seminar Live Coverage (May 20, 2014)

 14 Minutes From Earth (Part 1 September 5, 2016; Part 2 September 6, 2016)

 9/11 Attack Special Coverage (September 11, 2001)

 ABS-CBN Kapamilya Homecoming (August 30, 2003)

 Agila: Laban Ng Lahi (July 2, 2015)

 Agosto Bente-Uno: Ang Pagpatay kay Ninoy Aquino (September 1, 2013)

 AmBisyon 2010

 ANC Chronicles (December 16, 2011)

 ANC Presents
 ANC Presents: #DU30 Army: The President's Social Media War (September 27, 2016)

 ANC Presents: APEC, The Road to Inclusive Growth (November 10, 2015)

 ANC Presents: At Risk, A Forum on Climate Change (June 25, 2013)

 ANC Presents: AZKALS, The Rise of the Underdogs (July 22, 2011)

 ANC Presents: Bangsamoro and Beyond: A National Conversation, A KaSaMa Dialogue Series (October 18, 2014)

 ANC Presents: Bottom Up Budget (November 6, 2012)

 ANC Presents: Charter Change (August 9, 2016)

 ANC Presents: Chief Justice on Trial (December 20, 2011)

 ANC Presents: Coach Spo (July 2, 2013)

 ANC Presents: Common Ground (April 15, 2011)

 ANC Presents: Crying For Justice (Maguindanao Massacre Forum) Highlights (November 23, 2010)

 ANC Presents: Cybercrime A Future Perfect Forum (October 10, 2012)

 ANC Presents: Day 100, Surviving Yolanda (February 14, 2014)

 ANC Presents: Doing Business, Under the New Normal (October 4, 2016)

 ANC Presents: Duterte Speak, The President and the Press (September 20, 2016)

 ANC Presents: EDSA 1986 (February 25, 2011)

 ANC Presents: Election Watch (January 20, 2013)
 ANC Presents: Election Watch - Campaign Face-Off: Team Pnoy vs UNA (February 3, 2013)

 ANC Presents: Election Watch - Keeping a Close Watch on the 2013 Campaign (February 3, 2013)

 ANC Presents: Election Watch - Limiting Candidates' Airtime and Spending (February 3, 2013)

 ANC Presents: Federalism in Focus (August 23, 2016)

 ANC Presents: Financing Climate Solutions (November 7, 2014)

 ANC Presents: Finding Fault (October 16, 2014)

 ANC Presents: First 1,000 Days (July 29, 2015; August 26, 2015)

 ANC Presents: Gridlock, An ANC Forum on the Transportation Crisis (August 16, 2016)

 ANC Presents: Harapan 2013 (February 2013)

 ANC Presents: Know Your Rights (August 30, 2016)

 ANC Presents: Lech Walesa (December 9, 2012)

 ANC Presents: Meet Your Candidates (November 25, 2015)

 ANC Presents: Myanmar Opens to the World (March 16, 2012)

 ANC Presents: The Nation Up Close (February 10, 17 & 24, 2011)

 ANC Presents: The New Tacloban A Post-Yolanda Documentary (November 8, 2014)

 ANC Presents: One on one with the Pacman (January 13, 2011)

 ANC Presents: Open Budget Forum (November 22, 2011)
 ANC Presents: The Overseas Vote (April 18, 2016)

 ANC Presents: Philippine Development in Focus (July 10 & 23, 2014)

 ANC Presents: Philippine Property BOOM or BUST? (December 9, 2012)

 ANC Presents: The President (December 27, 2011)

 ANC Presents: Remembering Jesse (August 23, 2012)

 ANC Presents: RH Law (January 8, 2013)

 ANC Presents: Right To Know (December 6, 2011)

 ANC Presents: Road to 2013

 ANC Presents: Strategic Building Beyond 2016 (November 28, 2014; December 5, 2014)

 ANC Presents: Ties That Bind (September 13, 2016)

 ANC Presents: The Yearend Report on the Corona trial (December 25, 2012)

 ANC Presents: Yolanda (November 3, 2014)

 Angels (February 13, 2011)

 Ang Hatol: The Estrada Plunder Case (September 12, 2007)

 Ang Kababaihan ng Malolos (May 23, 2014)

 Ang Panunumpa: The Gloria Macapagal Arroyo Inauguration (June 30, 2004)

 APEC Philippines 2015 Leaders Summit Coverage (November 18–19, 2015)
 ASEAN 40th Ministerial Meeting; 14th Regional Forum: The ANC Special Coverage (July 29–August 2, 2007)

 The Aquino Inaugural: An ANC Special Coverage (June 30, 2010)

 The Arroyo Years: A Legacy of Unfinished Business (July 26, 2010)

 Asia Rising (January 22, 2015)

 The Asian Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum: An ANC Leadership Series (Richard Branson) (June 24, 2016)

 Ask PNoy: YouTube Worldview (November 4, 2011)

 Balitang America Presents: Legacy (May 3, 2015)

 Banal: An ABS-CBN News Documentary on Blessed John Paul II (May 22, 2011)

 The Bible, A History (March 24, 2016)

 Business Agenda: 2016 and Beyond (March 16, 2016)

 The Business of Energy Documentary (June 22 & 23, 2011)

 Canonization of Mother Teresa (September 4, 2016)

 Chief Justice on Trial: The ANC Coverage (January 16–19; 24-26; 30-31; February 1–2; 6-9; 13-16; 20-23; 27-29; March 12–15; 19-
22; May 7–8; 14-16; 22-24; 28-29, 2012)

 College of Saint Benilde: Alternative Learning System Documentary (December 8, 2013)

 Comelec PiliPinas Debates 2016 Series

 PiliPinas Presidential Debates 2016: Mindanao Leg Replays (Originally aired by GMA 7)

 PiliPinas Presidential Debates 2016: Visayas Leg Replays (Originally aired by TV5)
 PiliPinas Vice Presidential Debates 2016: Metro Manila leg Replays (Originally aired by CNN Philippines)

 PiliPinas Debates 2016: The Presidential Town Hall Debates - Luzon leg (Simulcast with ABS-CBN)

 Davao City Roxas Night Market Blast (September 2–3, 2016)

 Death of a Cemetery (November 2, 2015)

 D.I.Y.: Do It Yourself (January 10, 2011)

 e-Leksyon: The 2010 Voter Empowerment Series (January 29, 2010)

 Election Coverage

 Halalan 1998: The ABS-CBN/SNN Coverage (May 11, 1998)

 Halalan 2001: The ABS-CBN/ANC Coverage (May 14, 2001)

 Halalan 2004: The ABS-CBN/ANC Coverage (May 10, 2004)

 Halalan 2007: The ABS-CBN/ANC Coverage (May 14, 2007)

 Halalan 2010: The ABS-CBN/ANC Coverage (May 10, 2010)

 Halalan 2013: The ABS-CBN/ANC Coverage (May 13, 2013)

 2013 Barangay Halalan: The ANC Special Coverage (October 28, 2013)

 Halalan 2016: The ABS-CBN/ANC Coverage (May 9, 2016)

 EDSA 30: A Talkback Special (February 22, 2016)

 EDSA Dos: The ABS-CBN/ANC Special Coverage (January 17–20, 2001)
 EDSA Tres: The ABS-CBN/ANC Special Coverage (April 30–May 1, 2001)

 Endgame: The Arroyo Years (May 7, 8 & 9, 2010)

 Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year

 Farewell, Angelo Castro Jr. (April 13, 2012)

 Farewell to a Pope: An ANC Special Coverage (March 2, 2013)

 Ferdinand Marcos Burial at Libingan ng mga Bayani (November 18, 2016)

 The First 100 Days of Benigno Aquino III's Presidency (August 5, 2010)

 The First 100 Days of Rodrigo Duterte's Presidency (October 7, 2016)

 Forgiven: A Holy Week TV Retreat (March 26–27, 2016)

 Forum 2007: The Senatorial Elections

 Francis The New Pope (March 19, 2013)

 Francis: The People's Pope (December 16, 2014)

 Francis: The Story of Jorge Bergoglio (April 2, 2015)

 Frere: The Animated Story of St. John Baptist de La Salle (December 15, 2013)

 Frontline: Digital Nation (October 26, 2015)

 Frontline: Generation Like (October 27, 2015)

 Glorietta 2 Explosion (October 19, 2007)
 The Good Shepherd: Pope Francis in the Philippines (January 27, 2015)

 Great Waves (April 27, 2015)

 Guro to Pangulo: Ang Buhay ni Elpidio Quirino (November 15, 2015)

 Habemus Papam: The New Pope (March 13–14, 2013)

 Halalan: Mano-Mano o Auto, Getz Mo?: ABS-CBN Election Special (November 15, 2009)

 Harapan 2013: The Senatorial Debates (April 21 & 28, 2013)

 Harapan, Mga Isyu ng Bayan: The ABS-CBN and ANC Senatorial Forum (April 18, 2010; May 2, 2010)

 Harapan: The ABS-CBN & ANC Presidential Forum (December 6, 2009)

 Harapan: The ABS-CBN & ANC Vice Presidential Forum (March 21, 2010)

 Harapan Ng Bise: The ABS-CBN Vice Presidential Debate (April 17, 2016)

 Harrow: A Very British School (August 25–28, 2015; September 1–4, 2015)

 Hillary Clinton:The Manila Forum (November 13, 2009)

 His Excellency: An ANC Special (September 22, 2015)

 Ignacio de Loyola Primer (July 16, 2016)

 The Inauguration: An ANC Special (June 30, 2016)

 Investing in Your Credit Record: A On The Money Special (August 24, 2015)

 Isang Pamilya, Isang Bansa, Malaya: ABS-CBN Independence Day Flag Raising Ceremony (June 12, 2015)
 Jaime Cardinal Sin Funeral Coverage (June 28, 2005)

 Kabayan Reports: Gusto Kong Mag-aral (February 4, 2015)

 Kinse: The ANC Human Rights Film Series

 The Last Journey of Ninoy (August 23, 2009)

 Mabuhay, Lolo Kiko! Pagsulyap sa Pagbisita ng Santo Papa sa Pilipinas (March 9, 2015)

 Mabuhay, Santo Papa: Pope Francis in America (September 23, 2015)

 Manila Hostage Crisis Special Coverage (August 23, 2010)

 Mar and Korina - The Wedding (October 27, 2009)

 Margaret Thatcher Funeral (April 17, 2013)

 Meriam Defensor-Santiago Funeral (October 2, 2016)

 Metro Manila Shake Drill Special Coverage (July 30, 2015)

 Mga Bagong Santo: Canonization of Blessed John Paul II & Blessed John XXIII (April 27, 2014)

 Muhammad Ali Funeral (June 10, 2016)

 Nelson Mandela Funeral (December 15, 2013)

 Nida Blanca Funeral (November 14, 2001)

 Obama in Manila: The ANC Special Coverage (April 28–29, 2014)

 The Obama Inaugural: An ANC Special Coverage (January 21, 2013)
 Ondoy - A Year Later: The ANC Coverage (September 26–30, 2010)

 On Trial: A Nation in Crisis (January 2–17, 2001)

 Paalam Ama Mula Sa Bayang Minamahal Mo (April 8, 2005)

 Paalam Daboy (June 12, 2008)

 Paalam Da King (December 22, 2004)

 Paalam, Michael Jackson (July 8, 2009)

 Paalam Rico, Mahal Naming Kapamilya (April 4, 2002)

 Pangarap Kong World Cup (August 17, 2014)

 Pacquiao-Mayweather Kick-off Press Conference: An ANC Special Live Coverage (March 12, 2015)

 Papal Visit in Sri Lanka and Canonization of Blessed Joseph Vaz: ANC Live Special (January 13–15, 2015)

 Peace and Justice: Beyond Politics Special (September 1, 2015)

 Peace and Justice - Road to the BBL: Beyond Politics Special (May 12, 2015)

 Pedro Calungsod: Ikalawang Santong Pilipino (October 21, 2012)

 Philippine Independence Centennial Celebration (June 12, 1998)

 The Philippine Media 28 Years after EDSA People Power: A Talk Back Special (February 24, 2014)

 Philippine Quill Awards 2013 (February 12, 2014)

 Philippines 112th Independence Day Parade (June 12, 2010)
 Philippines 113th Independence Day Parade (June 12, 2011)

 Politika at Pamilya: Sila-sila na noon, Sila-sila pa rin ngayon (May 1, 2016)

 Pope from the End of the World (January 12, 2015)

 Pope's Revolution (January 14, 2015)

 President Rodrigo Duterte's First 50 Days (Simulcast with PTV) (August 18, 2016)

 Rausu’s Riches (March 27, 2015)

 Ricky Carandang with Anwar Ibrahim (February 2, 2010)

 The Rundown 2016: An ANC Leadership Forum (January 29, 2016)

 Salamat, President Cory: A People’s Farewell (August 1–5, 2009)

 Salamat, Tito Dolphy: Pagsaludo sa Hari ng Komedya (July 11–15, 2012)

 San Pedro Calungsod (October 27, 2012; February 6, 2015; April 3, 2015)

 Secretary Jesse Robredo, The State Funeral: An ANC Special (August 24 & 28, 2012)

 Secrets of the Vatican (October 29, 2015; October 30, 2015)

 A Slum of Symphony (March 20, 2015)

 Spratlys: Mga Isla Ng Kalayaan (October 5, 2014)

 Star Magic Ball 2016 - Live at the Red Carpet Coverage (October 22, 2016)

 State of the Nation Address Coverage
 State of the Nation Address 1997 (July 23, 1997)

 State of the Nation Address 1998 (July 27, 1998)

 State of the Nation Address 1999 (July 26, 1999)

 State of the Nation Address 2000 (July 24, 2000)

 State of the Nation Address 2001 (July 23, 2001)

 State of the Nation Address 2002 (July 22, 2002)

 State of the Nation Address 2003 (July 28, 2003)

 State of the Nation Address 2004 (July 26, 2004)

 State of the Nation Address 2005 (July 25, 2005)

 State of the Nation Address 2006 (July 24, 2006)

 State of the Nation Address 2007 (July 23, 2007)

 State of the Nation Address 2008 (July 28, 2008)

 State of the Nation Address 2009 (July 27, 2009)

 State of the Nation Address 2010 (July 26, 2010)

 State of the Nation Address 2011 (July 25, 2011)

 State of the Nation Address 2012 (July 23, 2012)

 State of the Nation Address 2013 (July 22, 2013)
 State of the Nation Address 2014 (July 28, 2014)

 State of the Nation Address 2015 (July 27, 2015)

 State of the Nation Address 2016 (July 25, 2016)

 Subic Rape Case - The Verdict: An ANC Special Report (December 4, 2006)

 Tagaligtas: The PC Special Action Force Documentary (February 2, 2015)

 Thank You sa Malasakit: Pope Francis sa Pilipinas (January 15–19, 2015)

 TV Patrol 10th Anniversary Celebration (March 3, 1997)

 Two Serendra Explosion (May 31, 2013)

 Unchurched: Answering the Call of Pope Francis for Mercy and Compassion Kerygma TV Holy Week Special (April 3, 2015; April 5,
2015)

 Up Close and Personal: A Korina Sanchez Interview

 Up Close and Personal with Asya-Noy (November 16, 2014)

 Up Close and Personal with Geena Rocero (May 21, 2014)

 Up Close and Personal with Jessica Cox (December 26, 2014)

 Up Close and Personal with Michael Cinco (June 14, 2013)

 Up Close and Personal with Miriam Defensor Santiago (December 13, 2012)

 Up Close and Personal with Nick Vujicic (May 31, 2013)

 Up Close and Personal with Stephen Baldwin and Ravi Zacharias (August 29, 2014)
 Up Close and Personal with Suze Orman (March 9, 2012)

 ULTRA Stampede Special Coverage (February 4, 2006)

 United States 2016 General Election Debate Series

 U.S. First Presidential Debate (September 27, 2016)

 U.S. Vice Presidential Debate (October 5, 2016)

 U.S. Second Presidential Debate (October 10, 2016)

 U.S. Final Presidential Debate (October 20, 2016)

 U.S. Presidential Race 2016 Election Coverage (November 9, 2016)

 Vizconde Massacre (Promulgation of the Decision) News Coverage (January 5, 2000)

 Warmer (March 10–11, 2016)

 Welcome Home! Miss Universe Pia Wurtzbach Homecoming Parade (January 25, 2016)

 William & Kate - The Royal Wedding: An ANC Special Coverage (April 29, 2011)

 Via Crucis at the Coliseum (March 26, 2016)

 Yearend Specials

 Looking Back: The ANC Yearend Special

 2009 Trials and Triumphs: The ANC Yearend Special (January 1, 2010)

 #2010 The Year Online: The ANC Social Media Yearender (December 27, 2010; January 3, 2011)
 Change & Hope in 2010: The ANC Yearend Special (December 30, 2010)

 Surviving 2011: The ANC Yearend Special (December 30, 2011)

 Perspectives 2013: The ANC-Yahoo Yearend Report (December 25, 2013; January 1, 2014)

 #Trending2014: The ANC Yearend Special (December 28, 2014)

 #2015YearEnder: The ABS-CBN News Yearend Special (January 1, 2016; January 3, 2016)

 Balitang America 2015 Yearend Report (January 2, 2016)

 Youth 2010: Boto Para sa Pagbabago (January 29, 2010)

See also[edit]

 ABS-CBN News Channel

 List of programs broadcast by ABS-CBN

References[edit]

1. Jump up^ "ANC CELEBRATES 50 YEARS OF "THE WORLD TONIGHT," LAUNCHES THE ANC LEADERSHIP AWARDS" (Press
release). ABS-CBN Social Media Newsroom. December 13, 2016. Retrieved December 14, 2016.

List of anime broadcast by Hero
This is a list of anime programmes broadcast on the Filipino television channel Hero. All programmes listed below are dubbed in Filipino as
the channel is only broadcast in the Philippines.

The list excludes anime movies and OVAs shown in Hero's weekend anime movie block, Theatrixx.

Each anime is listed with its most notable/original title with the channel's designation, year of airing and other notes in the parentheses.
Legend[edit]
*: First Philippine airing on the channel
+
: First aired on different channel in the Philippines and dubbed in English
†: Previously discontinued but returning series
‡: New or returning series airing in a special marathon schedule

Current programmes[edit]

 Digimon Frontier+†

 Digimon Data Squad† (as Digimon Savers)

 Digimon Tamers+†

 Food Wars: Shokugeki no Soma* (Season 2)

 Gintama: Enchousen*†

 Hetalia: The Beautiful World*†

 Kuroko's Basketball† (Season 3)

 Kyo Kara Maoh!*† (Season 3)

 Mirmo Zibang!*† (as Mirmo de Pon!) (Season 3)

 One Week Friends*†

 Reborn!† (Season 3)

 Yowamushi Pedal*†
 Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V*

Previously aired[edit]
The following shows have either ended their episode runs at least once or pulled out to accommodate new and returning programmes.

 Active Raid*

 Ah! My Goddess (TV series)

 Akame ga Kill!*

 Akazukin Cha Cha

 Angelic Layer

 Ao Haru Ride*

 Aquarion* and Aquarion Evol*

 Astroboy (both the 1980+ and 2003 versions; the latter is labelled the "US version" because the US-edited version was aired)

 Arakawa Under the Bridge*

 Atashin'chi*

 Babel II*

 Bakegyamon*

 Baki the Grappler

 Bakugan Battle Brawlers+ and New Vestroia+

 Barom One*
 BB-Daman Bakugaiden V* (a Bomberman anime)

 BECK: Mongolian Chop Squad*

 Beet the Vandel Buster

 Beyblade+

 Beyblade G-Revolution

 Beyblade V-Force

 Blood Lad*

 Blue Dragon+

 Bodacious Space Pirates*

 Bokura ga Ita*

 Buddy Complex*

 Burst Angel*

 Buzzer Beater

 Captain Earth*

 Captain Kuppa*

 Captain Tsubasa* (2001 version)

 Carried by the Wind: Tsukikage Ran* (as Ran: The Samurai Girl)
 Casshern Sins

 Cat's Eye

 Ceres, Celestial Legend*

 Chaika - The Coffin Princess*

 Cheeky Angel

 Chōsoku Spinner (as Super Yoyo)

 Chrono Crusade*

 Cinderella Boy*

 Claymore*

 Cluster Edge*

 Code-E* and Mission-E*

 Code Geass

 Combattler V

 Corrector Yui*

 Cosmo Warrior Zero*

 Cowboy Bebop

 Cromartie High School*
 Crush Gear Nitro+

 Crush Gear Turbo+

 Cuticle Detective Inaba*

 Cyborg 009 (2001 version)

 D. C.: Da Capo* (first season only)

 D.Gray-man

 D.N.Angel

 Daigunder*

 Daily Lives of High School Boys*

 Daimos+

 Dash! Yonkuro*

 Date A Live*

 Dear Boys

 Death Note*

 Deltora Quest+

 Demon Lord Dante*

 The Devil Is a Part-Timer!*
 Devil May Cry: The Animated Series*

 Devil Survivor 2: The Animation*

 D.I.C.E.*

 The Digimon anime franchise:

 Digimon Adventure+

 Digimon Adventure 02+

 Digimon Xros Wars*

 Dragon Collection*

 Duel Masters

 Earth Maiden Arjuna* (as Arjuna)

 The Eccentric Family*

 El Hazard-TV: The Wanderers (The Wanderers)

 Elemental Gerad

 Element Hunters*

 Eureka Seven*

 Eyeshield 21

 Fabre Sensei wa Meitantei* (Inspector Fabre)
 The Familiar of Zero*

 Fantasista Doll*

 Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya*

 Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya 2wei!*

 Fate/Zero*

 Fighting Beauty Wulong* (Wulong)

 Folktales from Japan*

 Fortune Quest L (Fortune Quest)

 Forza! Hidemaru* (Forza! Mario)

 Free!*

 Free!: Eternal Summer*

 The Fruit of Grisaia*

 The Eden of Grisaia*

 Fruits Basket

 Full Metal Panic! and Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu

 Futari wa Pretty Cure* (Pretty Cure; not to be confused with the spin-off franchise)

 Future GPX Cyber Formula* (Cyber Formula GPX)
 GA Geijutsuka Art Design Class*

 Gakuen Utopia Manabi Straight!*

 Galaxy Angel

 Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo* (The Count of Monte Cristo)

 Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet*

 Gatchaman

 Gate Keepers

 Genki Bakuhatsu Ganbaruger* (as Energy Bomb [Gamburgar])

 Genma Wars*

 Gensomaden Saiyuki

 Saiyuki Reload & Saiyuki Reload Gunlock

 Get Drive! Amdriver* (as Amdriver)

 GetBackers

 Ghost Hunt*

 Giant Killing*

 Gintama

 Godannar*
 Gokudo-kun Manyuki (as Jester, the Adventurer)

 Gourmet Girl Graffiti*

 GR: Giant Robo*

 Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash*

 Gun Frontier*

 .hack//Legend of the Twilight*

 Haikyū!!

 Hajime no Ippo (as Knock Out; 2000 and 2009 TV series; excluding OVA)

 Hakkenden: Eight Dogs of the East*

 Hakuōki*

 Hana Yori Dango

 Hanasaku Iroha*

 Hani Hani*

 Happiness!*

 Hareluya II BØY* (as Hareluya Boy)

 Harukanaru Toki no Naka de Hachiyō Shō (as Haruka)

 Hatsumei Boy Kanipan and Chou Hatsumei Boy Kanipan (known collectively as Gadget Boy and referred to as one series; not to be
confused with Gadget Boy & Heather)
 Heaven's Memo Pad*

 Heroic Age*

 Heroman*

 Hetalia: Axis Powers*

 Hetalia: World Series*

 Hikarian*

 Himouto! Umaru-chan* (as Umaru-chan)

 His and Her Circumstances (Tales at North Hills High)

 Hunter × Hunter (1999 TV series; 2002 OVA only)

 I Love Bubu Chacha (BuBu ChaCha)

 Ikkitousen*

 Inazuma Eleven

 Initial D+

 Initial D: 2nd Stage

 Initial D: 4th Stage

 Initial D: 5th Stage*

 Innocent Venus*
 InuYasha

 Ironman 28

 Ixion Saga DT*

 Izumo: Takeki Tsurugi no Senki* (Izumo)

 Jibaku-kun* (Bucky the Incredible Kid)

 Jigoku Shoujo*

 Jinki: Extend*

 Kagihime Monogatari Eikyū Alice Rondo* (Eternal Alice)

 Kaiketsu Zorori* (Zorori)

 Kamisama Dolls*

 Karneval*

 Kekkaishi*

 Kiba

 Kimba the White Lion* (1989; not to be confused with the 1966 coloured English dub first seen on ABC 5)

 Kishin Dôji Zenki (Zenki)

 Kobato.*

 Koi Koi Seven*
 Kokoro Connect*

 Kōtetsu Sangokushi*

 Kurozuka*

 Kyōran Kazoku Nikki*

 Last Exile

 The Legend of the Legendary Heroes*

 Lemon Angel Project*

 Leviathan The Last Defense* (as Leviathan)

 Log Horizon*

 Lost Universe

 Love Live! School Idol Project*

 Love Hina

 Lovely Idol*

 Maburaho*

 Machine Robo Rescue+

 Magic Kaito 1412

 Magical Canan*
 Majestic Prince*

 Major*

 Mamotte! Lollipop*

 The Marshmallow Times* (Korean name: Raspberry Times)

 Master of Epic

 Melody of Oblivion*

 Mermaid Forest*

 Metal Fighter Miku

 Michiko to Hatchin* (as Michiko & Hatchin)

 Mister Ajikko*

 Mitsume ga Tooru* (Three-Eyed One)

 Mobile Suit Gundam 00

 Mobile Suit Gundam AGE+

 Mobile Suit Gundam Seed+ and Gundam Seed Destiny+

 Mon-Colle Knights

 Monkey Magic+

 Monkey Turn* and Monkey Turn V*
 Monkey Typhoon+

 Monster*

 Monster Rancher

 Moomin* (Japanese TV version)

 Musashi Gundoh* (as Musashi)

 My Bride Is a Mermaid*

 The Mythical Detective Loki Ragnarok (as Mythical Detective Loki)

 Najica Blitz Tactics*

 Naruto and Naruto Shippuuden

 Needless*

 Negima!* (the Xebec version) and Negima!?* (Shaft version, labelled by announcer as "Negima!? Season 2")

 Nekketsu Saikyo Gozaurer* (as Gosaurer)

 NG Knight Lamune and 40* (as Knights of Remune NG) and VS Knight Lamune & 40 Fire* (as Knights of Ramune VS)

 Ninja Boy Rantaro

 Nishi no Yoki Majo - Astraea Testament* (The Good Witch of the West)

 Offside*

 One Outs*
 Onegai My Melody* (My Melody)

 Oreca Battle*

 Otogi Zoshi*

 Ouran High School Host Club*

 Over Drive*

 Pani Poni Dash*

 Peacemaker Kurogane* (Peacemaker)

 Persona: Trinity Soul*

 Phantom ~Requiem for the Phantom~*

 Popolocrois (second series)

 Prétear

 Prince of Tennis

 Princess Resurrection*

 Project ARMS

 Project Blue Earth SOS* (Project Blue)

 Ragnarok The Animation

 RahXephon*
 Revolutionary Girl Utena* (Ursula's Kiss)

 Rockman EXE and Rockman EXE Axess*

 Rumbling Hearts*

 Rune Soldier

 Ryusei Sentai Musumet* (Musumet)

 S · A: Special A (known simply as Special A)

 Sailor Moon (Original, R and S)

 Samurai Deeper Kyo

 Sasami: Magical Girls Club* (Sasami)

 Say "I love you".*

 School Rumble*

 Scrapped Princess

 SD Gundam Force+

 Shaman King

 Shattered Angels* (original name: Kyoshiro and the Eternal Sky)

 Shigofumi: Letters from the Departed*

 Shiki*
 Shin Mazinger Shougeki! Z Hen (Shin Mazinger Edition Z)

 Shinseikiden Mars* (Mars the Terminator)

 Shura no Toki*

 Skull Man*

 Slayers

 Slayers Next

 Slayers Try

 Slayers Revolution*

 Slayers Evolution-R*

 Sorcerer Hunters

 Sorcerer Orphen

 Sorcerer Orphen Revenge

 Soul Eater

 Soul Hunter

 Soul Link*

 Space Brothers*

 Spider Riders*
 Star-Myu: High School Star Musical*

 Starship Operators*

 Street Fighter II V

 Sugar: A Little Snow Fairy

 Sugar Sugar Rune

 Sunny Pig

 Super Doll Licca

 Super Gals

 Susie and Marvy*

 Suzuka*

 Tactics

 Taro the Space Alien*

 Tenjho Tenge

 Those Who Hunt Elves

 Tide-Line Blue*

 Tiger & Bunny*

 Toaru Kagaku no Railgun*
 Toaru Kagaku no Railgun S*

 Toaru Majutsu no Index*

 Tokyo Magnitude 8.0*

 Tokyo Underground

 Totsugeki! Pappara-tai* (The Xtreme Team)

 Transformers Armada

 Transformers: Cybertron*

 Trigun

 The Twelve Kingdoms

 Ultraviolet: Code 044*

 Utawarerumono*

 Vampire Knight*

 Vandread*

 Viewtiful Joe*

 Voltes V+ (Voltes V Evolution)

 Voltron

 Wandaba Style*
 Weiß Kreuz (Knight Hunters)

 Wind: A Breath of Heart*

 Working!!*

 Yakitate!! Japan*

 Yamada and the Seven Witches*

 Yoshinaga-san Chi no Gargoyle* (as Gargoyle of Yoshinaga Family)

 You're Under Arrest* (First season only; excluding OVAs)

 Your Lie in April*

 Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters+

 Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's

 Yu-Gi-Oh! GX*

 Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal

 Yuki Yuna is a Hero*

 Yumeiro Patissiere*

 Yuyushiki*

 Zatch Bell!* (as Gash Bell!)

 Zettai Karen Children* (as Absolutely Lovely Children)
 Zettai Muteki Raijin-Oh+ (Raijin-Oh)

 Zoids Genesis*

Future programmes[edit]
List of shows to be aired as announced by the channel and its programme schedule:

 Rurouni Kenshin+ (as Samurai X)

 Haikyū!!* (Season 2)

External links[edit]

 Hero TV Monthly Program Grids Section (Hero TV Forums)

 Hero TV's Monthly Program Schedule

 Hero TV's Weekly Program Schedule

 Hero TV official website

List of programs broadcast by Lifestyle
This is a list of programs currently, formerly, and soon to be broadcast by Lifestyle.

Current shows[edit]
Home on Lifestyle[edit]

 A-List Listings
 Built

 Country Dreams

 Design Addict

 Design Touch

 Designer Guys

 HGTV Design Star (Season 8)

 Intérieurs

 International Open House

 Living Abroad

 Martha

 Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles

 Million Dollar Listing New York

 Property Envy

 Style Department

 Summer Home

Food on Lifestyle[edit]

 A Very Hungry Frenchman
 The Boston: The Kitchen Musical

 Brunch @ Bobby's

 Chocolate Covered

 Cutthroat Kitchen

 Eat St.

 The F Word

 The Good Cook

 Gordon Ramsay's Ultimate Home Cooking

 How to Cook Well

 Kitchen Nightmares (Season 5)

 Lorraine's Fast, Fresh and Easy Food

 Mad Hungry

 Martha Bakes

 Martha's Cooking School

 Masterchef U.S. (Season 5)

 The Pioneer Woman

 Rachael Allen's Cake Diaries
 Rachael Ray

 Sweet Genius

 The Taste (Season 2)

 Taste the Wine

 Worst Cooks in America (Season 4)
Travel on Lifestyle[edit]

 Alternate Route

 Essential

 Flavours of Greece

 Flavours of Peru

 Flavours of Spain

 'Food Safari

 Julian and Camilla's World Odyssey

 Lonely Planet Six Degrees: China

 Rick Stein's India

 Sea Nation

 Sicily with Aldo And Enzo

 Tom Daley Goes Global
 Two Greedy Italians

 This is Brazil
Self on Lifestyle[edit]

 3

 America's Next Top Model (Cycle 13)

 Bolly Blast

 Bet on Your Baby

 Cheer Perfection

 Dance Off The Inches

 The Doctors

 Giuliana & Bill

 It's a Brad, Brad World (Season 2)

 Mrs. Eastwood & Company

 Style By Jury

 Toned Up

 Videofashion News

 Videofashion Specials

 What Not to Wear (U.S.)
 Yoga For Life
Entertainment on Lifestyle[edit]

 A Chance to Dance

 The Borgias (Season 3)

 Downton Abbey

 Full Circle

 Lindsay

 Made in Chelsea (Season 5)

 OTRC (On The Red Carpet)

 Pretty Wicked Moms

 Princesses: Long Island

 The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

 The Real Housewives of Miami

 Young Hollywood's Greatest

Past Shows[edit]
DIY Network[edit]

 Crafts

 Creative Juice
 Embellish This

 Jewelry Making

 Scrapbooking

 The Whole Picture
Home on Lifestyle/HGTV[edit]

 24 Hour Design

 A Gardener's Diary

 Awesome Interiors

 The Amandas

 The Antonio Treatment

 At Home With

 Beyond the Box

 Buying Asia

 The Carol Duvall Show

 Carter Can

 Celebrity House Hunting

 Clean House

 Clean House Come Clean
 Clean House New York

 Color Splash

 Consumed

 Decorating Cents

 Deserving Design

 Design Wars

 Designer Finals

 The Fabulous Beekman Boys

 FreeStyle

 The Fix

 Get Color

 Get It Together

 HGTV Showdown and HGTV Summer Showdown

 Hotel Hell

 Interior By Design

 Katie Brown

 Martha Stewart Living
 Million Dollar Contractor

 Mission: Organization

 Outer Spaces

 Picker Sisters

 Secrets From a Stylist

 Sensibly Chic

 Treasure Makers
Food on Lifestyle/Food Network[edit]

 30 Minute Meals

 Ace of Cakes

 Barefoot Contessa

 Barefoot Contessa: Back to Basics

 Behind the Bash

 Bill's Food

 Bill's Holiday

 The Best Things I Ever Ate

 Bobby Flay's BBQ Adicttion

 Boy Meets Grill
 Ciao America with Mario Batali

 Chefs vs. City

 Corner Table with Bill Boggs

 Cupcake Wars

 Date Plate

 Delicious Iceland

 The Delicious Ms. Dahl

 East Meets West

 The Emeril Lagasse Show

 Emeril Live

 Essence of Emeril

 Everyday Baking

 Everyday Food

 Everyday Italian

 Extreme Cuisine

 The F Word

 Food 911
 Food Essay

 Food Fight

 Grillin' & Chillin'

 Giada at Home

 Giada's Weekend Getaways

 Gok Cooks Chinese

 Good Eats

 The Great Food Truck Race

 The Hairy Bikers' Cookbook

 Healthy Appetite with Ellie Krieger

 Heston's Feast

 Hot Off The Grill

 Indian Food Made Easy

 Inside Dish

 Iron Chef America

 The Kitchen Musical

 Mario Eats Italy
 Martha Stewart's Cooking School

 Mexican Food Made Simple

 Ming's Quest

 Molto Mario

 My Country, My Kitchen (2001-2002)

 The Next Food Network Star

 The Next Iron Chef

 The Originals with Emeril

 Party Line with The Hearty Boys

 Peta Unplugged

 Peta Unplugged: 10 Recipes For Summer Entertaining

 Quick Fix Meals

 Rachael's Vacation

 Secret Gardens with Chef Du Jour

 Sugar Rush

 Sweet Dreams

 Throwdown with Bobby Flay
 Too Hot Tamales

 Tyler's Ultimate

 Unwrapped

 Ultimate Kitchens

 Wolfgang Puck

 Wolfgang Puck: Cooking Class
Fine Living Network[edit]

 All That's Fit

 All-Girl Getaways

 Back to Basics

 Breathing Room

 Closet Cases

 Dining in Style

 The Great Adventure

 Great Cocktails

 The Genuine Article

 I Want Your Job

 Lost in Italy
 Pairings with Andrea

 Napa Style

 Radical Sabbatical

 Road and Track

 Shiela Bridges: Designer Living

 Simply Wine

 Your Private Island

 Fine Living Specials

 The Shopping Detective
Travel on Lifstyle/Tripping[edit]

 Bazaar

 Blue List

 Delicious Iceland

 Forbes Luxe 11

 Globe Trekker

 Gordon's Great Escape

 Kimchi Chronicles

 Let's Shop
 Ian Wright: Out of Bounds

 Market Values

 The Other Side

 Samantha Brown: Passport to Europe

 Spice Trip

 Trip of a Lifetime

 The Well-Seasoned Traveler
Self on Lifestyle/LimeLight/In Style[edit]

 4 Ingredients

 10 Ways

 Alter Eco

 BTVR

 Bank of Hollywood

 The Big Party Plan Off

 Biography

 Breakthrough with Tony Robbins

 The Brini Maxwell Show

 Bringing Up Baby
 Co-Ed Training

 The Conversation with Amanda de Cadenet

 Dress My Nest

 Dresscue Me

 E! News Weekend

 E! True Hollywood Story

 The Early Show

 Ever Wondered About Food

 Extreme

 Extreme Makeover: Home Edition

 Fashion Trance

 The Fashionista Diaries

 Finding Sarah

 Fitness Beach

 Flipping Out

 From Martha's Kitchen

 Glam Fairy
 Glamour UK: 50 Best Dressed List

 Gone Bad

 Grand Designs Abroad

 Grow Your Own Drugs

 Guess Who's Coming to Decorate?

 Homemade Millionaire

 How Clean Is Your House?

 How Do I Look?

 How to Look Good Naked (UK Version)

 I Do Diaries

 I Propose

 Iconoclasts

 In The Bedroom

 Instant Beauty Pageant

 Intimate Portrait

 Isaac

 In Search of Perfection
 Jamie's Great Italian Escape

 Jamie's Kitchen

 Jamie's Kitchen: Australia

 The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency (Seasons 1 & 2)

 Jerseylicious

 Kidnapped By The Kids

 Kimora: Life in the Fab Lane

 Kylie Kwong: My China

 Life & Style

 The Look for Less

 Love/Lust

 Making Over America with Trinny and Susannah

 Martha Stewart Living

 Mary Queen of Frocks

 Mary Queen of Shops

 Merge

 Model TV
 My Celebrity Home

 My Shopping Addiction

 The Newlyweds

 Nigella Bites

 Oliver's Twist

 Oprah's Big Give

 Peter Perfect

 Real Simple Real Life

 Revealed with Jules Asner

 The Right Fit

 Roseanne's Nuts

 Royal Inquest

 Ruby

 Say No to The Knife

 Searching For

 Second Look

 Seriously Funny Kids
 Split Ends

 She's Got the Look

 Style Her Famous

 Style Star

 Stylemaker

 The Supersizers Go...

 Tacky House

 Tough Love (Seasons 1 to 3)

 Trinny and Susannah Undress

 The Truth About Sexes

 What Not to Wear

 Whatever, Martha!

 What I Hate About Me

 What's Good For You

 Whose Wedding Is It Anyway?

 Wild On!

 You're Invited
Local Shows on Lifestyle Network[edit]

 Good Finds

 The Scene

Special Coverage[edit]

 The Royal Wedding of the Century (April 29, 2011 - official provider in partnership with BBC Worldwide)

 68th Tony Awards (June 14, 2014)

 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (August 26, 2014)

 Fashion Rocks (September 10, 2014)
Starting 2015 the channel is the official national broadcaster for the following US events (within 48 hours of US telecast):

 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade (formerly of CNN Philippines, aired before within hours of US telecast, 2015-)

 Hollywood Christmas Parade (first cable channel to do so in the country, 2015-)

 Tournament of Roses Parade (formerly of Studio 23 and aired in Filipino in 2009 on ABS-CBN, 2016-)

TV Specials[edit]

 METROWear Icon Rajo Laurel: The TV Special (June 22, 2013)

 METROWear Icon Francis Libiran: The TV Special (January 25, 2014)

 METRO Society 10: The Charity & Thanksgiving Event TV Special
myx
MYX /ˈmɪks/, stylized as myx, is a Filipino cable television network based in Quezon City, Philippines. It is targeted to youth audiences
with music videos as its primary content, a strategy reminiscent of the early days of MTV. It was introduced via Studio 23 (now ABS-CBN
Sports+Action) in 2000, ABS-CBN's UHF broadcast television network which offered some of its programs during early morning, afternoon
and late evening blocks. In 2002, MYX was launched as a stand-alone 24-hour music channel on cable.

The network is also known for showing the lyrics on the music videos which was adapted from karaoke, a popular hobby in Asia.
[2]
An American counterpart known as Myx TV was later created to cater the Asian-American youth community in United States.

MYX

Launched January 1, 2001

Owned by ABS-CBN Corporation
(ABS-CBN Cable Channels)

Slogan Your choice. Your music.

Country Philippines

Broadcast area Nationwide

Headquarters ABS-CBN Broadcasting Center,

Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines

Sister channel(s) ANC, Cinema One, Hero,Jeepney

TV, Lifestyle Network, Balls, DZMM

TeleRadyo, Knowledge Channel

Website myxph.com/ Official

Availability

Terrestrial

Digital (Myx 2) Channel 43

(Digital test broadcast) [1]

Cable
SkyCable/Destiny Channel 23 (Digital)

Cable

Cablelink Channel 223 (Digital)

Parasat Cable TV Channel 57

But also available in key cities across the

Philippines

Programming
Daily shows

 1st Seen on Myx - features music videos that premiered on Myx.

 MYX Backtrax - features music hits from the early 50's to the early 2000s

 MYX Versions - features music videos that were remade by past and present artists

 Rock MYX - features international rock music videos

 My MYX - features viewer requests

 Take 5 - features 5 music videos from one artist

 Star MYX - features the top 5 favorite music videos from different artists
 MYX Sure-Fire Hits - features music videos with no distractions

 Pinoy MYX - features latest OPM music videos

 Pop MYX - features latest international pop music videos

 Mellow MYX - features mellow music videos and love songs

 Urban MYX - features RNB, hiphop, rap, jazz, and soul music videos
Chart shows

 Pinoy MYX Countdown - features top 20 OPM music videos weekly

 MYX International Top 20 - features top 20 international music videos weekly

 MYX Hit Chart - features top 20 music videos in a weekly basis (international and OPM)

 MYX Daily Top 10 - features top 10 music videos during Mondays through Fridays (international and OPM)
Weekly shows

 MYX News - features the weekly news on what is happening in the entertainment scene in both local and international

 MYX Live! - features a live performance format show featuring a wide range of artists. Hosted by Jett Pangan of The Dawn

 MYX Tugtugan - features a show on how to play your favorite music with the help of your favorite musicians.

 Wer U At? - features a show that talks about the best hangout places, bars, shops, salons

 MYX Presents - features concerts, documentaries and locally produced specials.
 MYXellaneous - features behind-the-scenes shows on how your favorite artists produces music videos.

 Club MYX - features club /dance music videos

 MYX 3 on 3 - features a star-studded basketball line-up so check if your favorite musician belongs to one of the teams

 MYX Back2Back - features 3 artists, and for 1 artists, it features 2 music videos.

 MYXed Lives - features what your favorite VJs are doing when the cameras are not rolling.

 MYX Studio Sessions

 MYXposed

 Radio MYX

 MYX Olympics

 MYX Movie Date
MYX Specials

 MYX Celebrity VJ

 MYX Premiere - upcoming music videos for the local and international acts.

 MYX Speaks - local /foreign artist interview on music career and music.
GiMYX

 Myx Music Awards
 Summer MYX Fest

 MYX VJ Search

 MYX Slam Jam

 MNet Asian Music Awards (MAMA)

 MYX Mo!

 MYX Grand Fan Meet
Previously aired on MYX

 Asia MYX

 Beat U.K.

 Coca-Cola Music Studio Volume-Up

 Cyber MYX

 Dance MYX (renamed Club MYX)

 Dyan Banda

 Late Night MYX

 Later... with Jools Holland
 Morning MYX (renamed Myxilog)

 MYX Bandarito

 MYX Firsts (renamed MYX Sure-Fire Hits)

 MYX Forum

 MYX Halo-Halo

 MYX Mobile Top Picks

 MYX Remakes (renamed MYX Versions)

 MYX Sampler

 MYX Setlist

 MYX Suburbia (renamed Urban MYX)

 MYXilog

 MYXtreme

 The Nutshack

 OPM MYX (renamed Pinoy Myx)

 OPM Rock MYX (renamed Pinoy Rock MYX)
 OPM MYX Countdown (renamed Pinoy MYX Countdown)

 Pinoy Rock MYX

 Planet Rock Profiles

 Pop My MYX

 Pop Myx: KPOP Edition (became a program exclusive for myxph.com only)

 Red Hot Myx

 Rhum on the Rock

 Tanduay's First Five

 Top of the Pops

 World MYX

MYX Music Awards
Further information: Myx Music Awards

MYX VJ Search
Further information: Myx VJ Search
MYX VJs
Current VJs

 Nikki Gil (2005–present)

 Chino Lui Pio (2008–present)

 AI Dela Cruz (2013–present)

 Robi Domingo (2008–2010, 2014–present)

 Diego Loyzaga (2015–present)

 Tippy Dos Santos (2015–present)

 Erica Abello (2015–present)
Current hosts

 Carlos "Calde" Calderon (MYX 3 on 3)

 Raimund Marasigan (MYX Tugtugan)

 Jett Pangan (MYX Live!)

 Francis Reyes (Pinoy Rock MYX)
Former VJs and hosts

 Sally Acupan (2003)
 Mike Advincula (2011–2012)

 Karla Aguas (2013–2014)

 K.A. Antonio (2012–2013)

 Clara Balaguer

 Rico Blanco (2002–2003)

 Tutti Caringal

 Kaz Castillo

 Sam Concepcion (2013–2015)

 Luigi D'Avola (2014–2015)

 Lourd de Veyra (2000–2002)

 John Eastwood

 Geoff Eigenmann (2004–2007) (moved to GMA Network)

 Heart Evangelista-Escudero (2002–2007) (moved to GMA Network)

 Ed Feist

 Andrei Felix (2007–2009)
 Mica Froilan (2007–2008)

 Nel Gomez (2009–2010)

 Igi Guerrero (2007–2008)

 Paul Hammond

 Angel Jones

 Gianna Llanes (2014–2015)

 Vieo Lopez (2014–2015)

 Franco Mabanta (2002)

 Luis Manzano (2003–2013)

 Michael Mariano (2012–2013)

 Karel Marquez (2003–2007)

 Michelle Ng (2012–2013)

 Robin Nievera (2010–2011)

 Bernard Palanca (2003–2004)

 Ala Paredes (2002–2004)
 Joyce Pring (2011–2012)

 Janine Ramirez (2009–2011)

 K-La Rivera (2011–2012)

 Bianca Roque (2008–2013)

 Jon Salkin

 Anthony Saludares

 Mark San Diego

 Julz Savard (2010–2011)

 Sanya Smith (2007–2008)

 Nathan Ursua

 Michi Valeriano (2002)

 Ton Vergel de Dios (2010–2011)

 Iya Villania-Arellano (2004–2014) (returned to GMA Network)

 Monica Yncierto (2008–2009)

Myx TV
Main article: Myx TV
Myx 2

Myx 2 is one of the five digital television channels of ABS-CBN Corporation, created in 2011, and will serve as the digital TV counterpart of
Myx.[3][4][5][6]

MYX compilation CDs

 Rock MYX (PolyEast Records, 2002)

 Club MYX (PolyEast Records, 2006)

Myx publications

 Myx Magazine - A bi-monthly entertainment music magazine from ABS-CBN Publishing, launched in October 2006.

MYX Mo!

MYX Mo! was a yearly concert event, launched in 2002.

MYX Mo! event venues

 2002: Smart Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City

 2003: Luneta Kite Area, Manila

 2004: Nicanor Reyes Street (formerly known as Morayta), Manila

 2005: CCP Open Grounds, Pasay City

 2006: CCP Open Grounds, Pasay City
 2007: SM MOA Concert Grounds, Pasay City

 2008: SM MOA Concert Grounds, Pasay City

 2009: SM MOA Concert Grounds, Pasay City

 2010: SM MOA Concert Grounds, Pasay City

 2011: Marikina Sports Park, Marikina

 2012: Marikina Sports Park, Marikina

 2013: SM MOA Concert Grounds, Pasay City

 2014: Smart Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City

 2015: SM MOA Concert Grounds, Pasay City

See also

 ABS-CBN

 ABS-CBN Cable Channels

 MTV Philippines

 MTV Pinoy

 Studio 23 (now ABS-CBN Sports+Action)
 Channel V Philippines

References

1. Jump up^ Exclusive: The ABS-CBN Digital TV retrieved October 18, 2013

2. Jump up^ MYX replaces MTV in the Philippines

3. Jump up^ Rommel Pedrealba (director) (2011). ANC Future Perfect: TV Goes Digital 2/5 (Television production). Philippines: ABS-CBN
News and Current Affairs.

4. Jump up^ Rommel Pedrealba (director) (2011). ANC Future Perfect: TV Goes Digital 3/5 (Television production). Philippines: ABS-CBN
News and Current Affairs.

5. Jump up^ "ABS-CBN to launch 5 new premium channels on free-to-air TV". Lopez Group of Companies. 2011-04-04. Retrieved 2011-05-
08.

6. Jump up^ Exclusive: The ABS-CBN Digital TV retrieved October 18, 2013

External links

 Official Site (Myx Philippines)

 Official Website (Myx International)

 Myx on Facebook

 Myx on Twitter
List of programs shown on Myx
Daily shows[edit]

 Cyber MYX - Make some noise boys and girls! Send your messages and shout-outs through Cyber Myx now, to see them on-air
every 10 PM to 12 MN.

 First Seen on MYX - features music videos that were first premiered on MYX.

 MYX Backtrax - features music hits from the early 50's to the early 2010s.

 MYX Moods - features the playlists of your favorite artists and MYX VJs depending on their selected mood.

 MYX Tugtugan - features a tutorial session on how to play an instrument for a particular song.

 Rock MYX - features rock music videos.

 My MYX - features music video requests from viewers that were send on the official website.

 MYX Take 5 - features 5 music videos from one featured artist.

 Star MYX - features the top 5 favorite music videos of all time from your favorite artists or celebrities.

 MYX Sure-Fire Hits - features music videos with no distractions.

 Pinoy MYX - features the latest and the classics of OPM music videos.

 Pop MYX - features the latest international pop music videos on the planet.

 Mellow MYX - features mellow and love music videos and love advises from the resident VJ.

 Urban MYX - features the hippest of RNB, hiphop, rap, jazz, and soul music videos.
Chart shows[edit]

 Pinoy MYX Countdown - features the top 20 most voted and most requested local music videos weekly.

 MYX International Top 20 - features the top 20 most voted and most requested foreign music videos weekly.

 MYX Hit Chart - features the top 20 most voted and most requested local and foreign music videos in a weekly basis.

 MYX Daily Top 10: Pinoy Edition - features the top 10 most voted and most requested local music videos every Mondays through
Fridays.

 MYX Daily Top 10: International Edition - features the top 10 most voted and most requested foreign music videos every
Mondays through Fridays.

Weekly shows[edit]

 MYX News - features the latest weekly biz on the news on what is happening in both the local and foreign entertainment scene.

 MYX Versions - features music videos that were remade by past and present artists; and local and foreign artists.

 MYX Live! - features a live performance format show featuring a wide range of artists.

 MYX Wer U At? - features a show for the youth that talks about the best hangout places, bars, shops, salons, restaurants, and the
like.

 MYX Presents - features concerts, documentaries, MYXclusives, and locally produced specials.

 MYXellaneous - features at most 3 artists that showcase their music career and their MYXclusive specials.

 Club MYX - features club, dance, and EDM music videos.

 MYX Back2Back - features 3 artists, and for 1 artist, it features 2 music videos.

 MYX Studio Sessions - features a themed jamming session performed by (ex-VJs) Nikki Gil-Albert and Robin Nievera.
 MYX Olympics - features a jam-packed game show played by your favorite artists and celebrities.

 MYX Ambushed - features an artist dressed in disguise, which its goal is to ambush plain folks and witness. It is also the show
wherein plain folks gets to showcase their singing skills through the ambush videoke.

 MYX Movie Date - features the latest weekly biz on the movies, both local and foreign. Upcoming movies, trailers, and MYXclusive
specials from the actors and actresses are also featured here.

MYX Shorts/Specials[edit]

 #LoveOnMYX - Give in to love on MYX as your favorite MYX VJs play your requested love songs for 24 hours on February 14
(every year) starting 12 midnight!

 Kwento ng Kanta - features a story of how famous hits of your favorite artists started.

 MYX Celebrity VJ - a guest celebrity VJ invades your favorite MYX shows monthly.

 MYX Headliner - the featured artist of the month gives a 1-minute feature about themselves.

 MYX News Minute - features a minutely biz on the news of the entertainment scene at the top of the hour.

 MYX Premiere - local and foreign music videos are premiered on MYX for the first time in this segment.

 MYX Speaks - local and/or foreign artist interview on music career and music.

 MYX Spotlight - MYX gives the spotlight to newly discovered artists or bands. Its goal is to expand the OPM music industry by
endorsing newly discovered artists or bands.

GiMYX[edit]

 MYX Music Awards

 Summer MYX Fest
 MYX Grand Fan Meet

 MYX VJ Search

 MYXPH.COM Vlogger Search

 MYX Moves: The Street Dance Competition

 MYX Slam Jam

 Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA)

 MYX Mo!

 MYX Viewer Promo

 Billboard Music Awards (since 2016)

Previously aired on MYX[edit]

 Asia MYX

 Beat U.K.

 Coca-Cola Music Studio

 Dance MYX (renamed Club MYX)

 Dyan Banda

 iTunes Festival

 Late Night MYX
 Later... with Jools Holland

 Morning MYX (renamed MYXilog)

 MYX 3 On 3

 MYX Adventures

 MYX Bandarito

 MYX Firsts (renamed MYX Sure-Fire Hits)

 MYX Forum

 MYX Halo-Halo

 MYX Homecoming

 MYX Mobile Top Picks

 MYX Remakes (renamed MYX Versions)

 MYX Sampler

 MYX Setlist

 MYX Suburbia (renamed Urban MYX)

 MYX Throwback

 MYXed Lives

 MYXilog
 MYXposed

 MYXtreme

 OPM MYX (renamed Pinoy MYX)

 OPM MYX Countdown (renamed Pinoy MYX Countdown)

 Pinoy Rock MYX

 Planet Rock Profiles

 Pop My MYX

 Pop MYX: K-Pop Edition

 Radio MYX

 Red Hot MYX

 Rhum on the Rock

 Tanduay's First Five

 Top of the Pops

 World MYX

External links[edit]

 www.myxph.com
Basketball TV
Basketball TV or BTV is a 24-hour Filipino all-basketball cable channel based in Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City. It is owned by
the Solar Entertainment Corporation. It was launched on October 1, 2006, rebranding the Sports Pluschannel.

The channel focuses more on showing NBA TV related programs and also regular NBA games once the season begins. In its initial
broadcasts, it has been showing re-runs of the 2006 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournamentand the 2006 FIBA World
Championship.

Aside for the NBA games, it also shows coverage of the Euroleague and the National Basketball League as well asFIBA related
programming and the 2006 Asian Games and 2008 Olympic Games basketball competitions. The 2007 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball
Tournament was shown on BTV including the championship game, as well as the2008 tournament.

Aside for its foreign coverage, BTV was the official carrier of the Philippine Basketball League from April 2007 until its demise in 2010 after
gaining the rights from Studio 23. The coverage is on a slightly delayed basis at 5:00 pm. In late-2007, the second matchup of a Tuesday
gameday is shown on RPN but has since moved to IBC[citation needed] on Saturdays at the onset of the season-ending conference because RPN
became the exclusive broadcast carrier of C/S. However the PBL was moved back to C/S 9 in November 2008, showing the first game on
Tuesday.

It also covered the Collegiate Champions League tournaments, and in the past saw a few National Capital Region Athletic
Association and National Basketball Conference matches.

From 2008−2011, the Philippine Basketball Association was also shown on BTV, although on delay and only one game per day, with the
live games aired on RPN and later Studio 23 (now ABS-CBN Sports+Action).

The channel is available throughout Metro Manila through SkyCable and is also available nationwide via Cignal and G-Sat satellite TV and
other contract for local cable operators Nationwide, as well as online (exclusively available forSkyMobi subscribers).

A supplementary channel, NBA Premium TV, was launched in time for the 2010–11 season, featuring over 400 games with no local
commercials. The network is available on both HD and SD formats, and is available as a premium subscription plan with additional fees.
Basketball TV (BTV)

Basketball TV logo

Launched 1 October 2006

Owned by Solar Entertainment

Corporation

Picture format 480i (SDTV)

Slogan More than a Game

Country Philippines

Language English

Broadcast area Nationwide
Sister channel(s) CT

Jack TV

Shop TV

NBA Premium TV

Solar Sports

Availability

Terrestrial

Digital Channel 22

(Digital test broadcast)

Satellite

Cignal Digital TV Channel 54

G Sat Channel 28

Dream Satellite TV Channel 36

Cable

SkyCable Channel 33 (Digital)

Destiny Cable Channel 33 (Digital)
Cable Star Iloilo (Iloilo) Channel 37

Parasat Cable TV(Cagayan De Channel 53

Oro)

Satellite Cable Network, Inc. Channel 110

(Pampanga)

Caceres Cable TV(Naga City) Channel 50

Cablelink Channel 225 (Coming Soon)

Available on most Cable TV And selected Cable TV Stations

systems. nationwide.

Streaming media

blink www.blink-now.com

BTV Programs[edit]
NBA[edit]

Current Programs[edit]

 NBA Action* (also broadcast on ABS-CBN Sports and Action, NBA Premium TV and Fox Sports Asia)
 NBA.com Fantasy Insider*

 NBA Inside Stuff*

 NBA Gametime Live

 NBA Games

 Real NBA*

 The Beat*

 The Starters*

 Inside the NBA*

 The Jump on NBA.COM*

 NBA D-League Central*

 NBA D-League Game of the Week*

 WNBA Games

 WNBA Action**

 NBA Playoffs Playback

 NBA Summer League
 NBA Draft

 One on One with Ahmad Rashad

 Open Court

 NBA Hardwood Classics

 NBA Marquee Match-up

 NBA Playoff Playback

[*] Note that new episodes of these programs are only available during the NBA season.

[**] New episodes only during the WNBA season.

Recurring Programs[edit]

 Making the Call with Ronnie Nunn

 NBA Draft Playback

 Sounds of the Finals

 The Run

 Overtime (TV show)

 NBA Stories
 Marv Albert Show

 NBA Greatest Games/Hardwood Classics

 NBA Home Video

 NBA Basketballography

 NBA Specials

 Vintage NBA

 NBA Vault

 NBA Wired

 Books and Basketball

 NBA Journeys

 NBAE Presents

 NBA Fit

 NBA Slideshow

 Real Training Camp
Local Network Programs[edit]

 Shop TV
Defunct Programs[edit]

 NBA Jam (TV series) (Local or Original Version)

 NBA Access with Ahmad Rashad

 NBA 360

 NBA Hoop Party

 NBA TV Top 10 Games of the Week
FIBA[edit]

 2008 Beijing Olympics

 2012 London Olympics

 Stankovic Cup

 FIBA Diamond Ball

 FIBA World Basketball*

 FIBA World Championship

 FIBA Asia Championship
 FIBA Americas Championship

 EuroBasket

[*] - Also currently airing on Solar Sports

College[edit]

 ACC Men's Basketball Tournament

 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament

 Philippine Collegiate Championship *

 Collegiate Champions League

 National Capital Region Athletic Association

 One U

[*] - Broadcast rights moved to ABS-CBN Sports through ABS-CBN Sports+Action and Balls.

Local leagues[edit]

 Philippine Basketball League

 Nike Elite Camp

 Fil-Oil/Flying V Invitational Cup

 Philippine Basketball Association
 Philippine Women Basketball League

 Liga Pilipinas
Other foreign leagues[edit]

 Euroleague (briefly moved to ESPN Star Sports in the 2009-10 season)

 National Basketball League

 Chinese Basketball Association

 Liga ACB
Other[edit]

 Home Shopping Network

See also[edit]

 Solar Entertainment Corporation, Official broadcasting

 Solar Sports, Basketball TV sister channel

 NBA Premium TV, Basketball TV sister channel

 ABS-CBN, official broadcasting on free TV partner on FIBA Basketball World Cup and NBA games in the Philippines

 TV5, official broadcasting on free TV partner on Gilas Pilipinas and FIBA Basketball World Cup
External links[edit]

 Official website

 bTV at Telebisyon.net

Solar Sports
Solar Sports is a Filipino 24-hour cable sports channel based in Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City, and is owned by the Solar
Entertainment Corporation. The channel was launched on January 1, 1994 and is available for G Sat,Cablelink, SkyCable, Destiny
Cable, Cignal Digital TV, and contract for local cable operators and online via SkyMobisubscribers.

Solar Sports

Launched January 1, 1994

Owned by Solar

Entertainment

Corporation

Picture format 480i (SDTV)

Slogan Our Sports
Channel!

Country Philippines

Broadcast area Nationwide

Formerly called Solar

Entertainment

Channel (1994–

2002)

Sister channel(s) BTV

NBA Premium TV

Jack TV

CT

Shop TV

Website Solar Sports

Availability

Satellite

G Sat Channel 18

Cignal Digital TV Channel 55
Cable

Destiny Cable Channel 35

(Analog)

Channel 70

(Digital)

Cablelink Channel 54

Cable Star Iloilo Channel 40

SkyCable Channel 70

(Digital)

SkyCable Palawan, Naga, Legazpi, Iriga, Channel 72

Cebu, Dumaguete, Tacloban,

Zamboanga, Davao, Cagayan De Oro,

Iligan, Butuan, Surigao, Dipolog,

Pagadian, General Santos, Cotabato,

Bacolod, Iloilo, Roxas, Kalibo, Lucena

City, Batangas, Pampanga, Dagupan,

Baguio, Tuguegarao, Vigan, Laoag
Programming[edit]

The channel is known for showing sports that are familiar to the Filipinos. Its main programming are the NBA games, which are shown
either a game or a doubleheader each day during the season. Other NBA programming includes shows produced by NBA TV, such as the
NBA's Greatest Games and WNBA games during the league's off-season. It also shows the American Super Bowl. It is also the Filipino
provider of the Olympic Games.

It also shows boxing matches such as the ones from the promotions of Bob Arum, Don King and most recently, Oscar de la Hoya's Golden
Boy Promotions. From 2002-2006, Solar Sports would cover the fights of Manny Pacquiao, until Pacquiao signed with ABS-CBN for the
rights to cover his fights.

Other sports include Volleyball and Badminton, such as the JVC Badminton tournament and the first-ever Manny V. Pangilinan Badminton
Tournament, pitting players from Asia and Europe, in 2005.

The network also launched Solar Sports Desk, a late-evening sports news program, similar to those US famed sports programs such ESPN
SportsCenter. On October 2006, Solar Sports re-launch its channel, adding local shows.

The channel is available exclusively in Metro Manila through Global Destiny Cable as of 2008. It used to be available exclusively on
SkyCable, but the two parties ceased their partnership at end of 2007 but it will be back on July 1. All cable companies in the provinces can
put the channel without having to worry about exclusive rights.

Programs[edit]
Current[edit]

 Golf

 PGA Tour

 Champions Tour

 A Round of Golf
 The Haney Project

 Trump's Fabulous World of Golf

 Basketball

 FIBA World Basketball

 Boxing

 Versus

 World Class Boxing

 Greatest Classics

 Boxing at the Bay

 Saved by the Bell

 Fight Night Max

 Ringside

 OZ Style

 Football

 Copa Libertadores
 Motoring Today

 Auto Focus

 X-Play

 Tennis

 ATP Tour

 WTA Tour

 Davis Cup

 Fed Cup

 World of Tennis

 Mobil 1 The Grid

 BWF Super Series

 Billiards

 Mosconi Cup

 World Cup of Pool

 World Pool Masters
 World Wide Sports

 World of Athletics

 World of Badminton

 World Baseball Classic

 FLW Outdoor Tour Bass

 IDSF: Best of Dance Sports

 AVC Asian Women's Cup

 Other

 Perspectives (Sports Documentaries)

 Sports Jobs with Junior Seau

 Human Wrecking Balls

 World Strongman Super Series

 2 Months 2 Million
Local Programs[edit]

 Fit To Hit: Philippine Beach Volleyball Invitational
 Shop TV

 Motoring Today

 Philippine Super Liga

 Sagupaan

 San Juan Coliseum Derby Time

 Sports Valley Jai Alai
Former[edit]

 NBA on Solar Sports (2002–2006; since moved to Basketball TV) and also broadcast on (ABS-CBN Sports+Action, and ABS-CBN)

 Philippine Basketball League (2002–2003)

 Undisputed

 WNCAA (moved to Sports5)

 Hoop Nation

 In The Zone

 Auto Extreme

 Search TV
 ECW on Sci Fi

 UFC (moved to ABS-CBN's Balls network)

 German Bundesliga (moved to Sports5)

 LFP[disambiguation needed]

 NFL (Now Available Only On ASN - All Sports Network In The Philippines)

 2006 Asian Games

 Gameplan

 Celebrity Poker

 The Ultimate Fighter (moved to ABS-CBN's Balls network)

 NASCAR (moved to the Fox Sports network)

 Billiards Pinoy

 Ferrari World

 U.S. Open (moved to ABS-CBN's Balls network)

 French Open (moved to ABS-CBN's Balls network)

 Bikini Destinations
 Golf Today

 Poker Heaven

 Shakey's Girls Volleyball League (moved to PTV 4)

 Raceworld

 World Game

 Global Football

 Premier Darts

 K-1

 Smashing Action

 La Liga (moved to Sports5)

 2008 Beijing Olympic Games Coverage*

 2012 London Olympic Games Coverage* (together with TV5, AksyonTV, Hyper, AKTV, ETC, 2nd Avenue, Jack TV and Basketball TV)

 Elite XC

 Liga Pilipinas****

 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games Coverage
 Sports Insider

 2010 Singapore Youth Olympic Games Coverage

 Home Shopping Network

See also[edit]

 Solar Entertainment Corporation, official broadcasting

 GMA Network, official broadcasting on free TV partner of Manny Pacquiao and URCC

 (Sports5) TV5 and AksyonTV official broadcasting on free TV partner on Philippine Super Liga

External links[edit]

 Official Site

 Solar Sports at Telebisyon.net

Bloomberg TV Philippines
Bloomberg TV Philippines or BloombergTVPh is a business news channel in the Philippines as part of Cignal's new channel line-up.
[1]
United States-based Bloomberg Television made a partnership with TV5 Network Inc. and Cignal, both under MediaQuest Holdings,
(PLDT's media arm) on March 25, 2015 to launch a local franchise of the international news channel. [2]
Bloomberg TV Philippines, is the first business news channel to air on a 24/7 basis in the country. Bloomberg was the second global
network to set a localized channel in the country. Turner Broadcasting System has already established a brand-licensing agreement
with Nine Media Corporation, launching CNN Philippines on March 16, 2015 on Radio Philippines Network.[2]
The Philippine channel of Bloomberg is broadcast in English and tapping the talent and production resource of TV5's news division, News5.
On October 1, 2015, Bloomberg TV Philippines began the initial test broadcasts, and it was launched in full broadcast on October 5, 2015,
exclusively aired on Cignal channel 8 on SD and channel 127 on HD.
Starting December 19, 2016, Bloomberg TV Philippines on Cignal will still be available on channel 8 (SD), but its HD feed will switch
channel assignments from channel 127 to channel 250.

Bloomberg TV Philippines

Launched 1 October 2015 (test broadcast)

5 October 2015 (full broadcast)

Owned by Bloomberg L.P.

Cignal Digital TV

(TV5 Network, Inc.)

Picture format 480i (SD)

1080i (HD)

Slogan Inspiring Business.
Country Philippines

Language English

Broadcast area Philippines

Affiliates TV5

AksyonTV

Bloomberg Television

Headquarters TV5 Media Center, Reliance cor. Sheridan

Sts.,Mandaluyong City, Philippines

Website http://www.bloombergtv.ph

Availability

Terrestrial

AksyonTV Metro Manila UHF Channel 41

(Selected Times)

Satellite
Cignal Digital Channel 8 (SD)

TV Channel 127 (HD)

Programming[edit]
Bloomberg TV Philippines' program lineup includes locally produced business and national newscasts, talk shows, and programs that are
currently broadcast and simulcast from Bloomberg Television.

Locally-produced[edit]

 Top 5

 In The Loop

 Bright Ideas

 Thought Leaders

 Political Capital

 Insight

 Starting Gate

 Business Matters

 Bloomberg's Best

 Go Local

 The Big Story
Programs being broadcast and simulcast from Bloomberg Television[edit]

 Bloomberg Surveillance

 Inside...

 Titans at the Table

 Charlie Rose

 Blomberg Technology On Hiatus

 Bloomberg Best

 Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

 Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

 Bloomberg Daybreak Americas

 Bloomberg Markets

 Bloomberg Markets Asia

 Bloomberg Markets Middle East

 Bloomberg Markets European Open

 Bloomberg Markets Americas

 With All Due Respect

 High Flyers
 Eye to Eye

 Bloomberg Game Changers

 What'd You Miss?
Previously Aired[edit]

 First Up (Philippines)
Previously Aired from Bloomberg Television[edit]

 Trending Business

 First Up (Hong Kong)

 Asia Edge

References[edit]

1. Jump up^ Amojela, Darwin (25 March 2015). "PLDT, Bloomberg team up to launch television channel". Manila Standard Today.
Retrieved 25 March 2015.

2. ^ Jump up to:a b "Bloomberg TV to launch Philippine channel". Rappler. 25 March 2015. Retrieved 25 March 2015.

Hyper (TV channel)
Hyper is a Filipino sports and entertainment satellite and cable television channel based in Makati City. It is owned and operated
by MediaQuest Holdings, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of the PLDT Beneficial Trust Fund through TV5.[1][2]

Hyper
3 Channels of Hyper

Launched April 14, 2012

Network Cignal Digital TV

Owned by MediaQuest Holdings, Inc.

(TV5 Network, Inc.)

Picture format 480i (SDTV)

Country Philippines

Broadcast area Nationwide

Headquarters Makati City, Philippines

Sister channel(s) Colours

Availability
Satellite

Cignal Digital TV(Nationwide) Channel 53

Cable

SkyCable Channel 89 (Digital)

Caceres Cable TV Channel 78 (SD)

Destiny Cable Channel 76 (Digital)

Channel Information[edit]
Hyper was on test broadcast on Cignal Digital TV channel 43 from April 7 to 13, 2012, together with Colours as of this time. Full channel
launch on April 14, 2012, and it is now on channel 53 via Cignal Digital TV.
Hyper also aired entertainment programming and other local sports from San Lazaro Broadcasting Network until December 4th, 2015 when
SLBN moved to its newly launched Gametime TV on December 5th, and can now be seen on Cignal Channel 97.
In 2016, Hyper started airing Ultimate Fighting Championship matches after Sports5 acquired the broadcast rights of the UFC from ABS-
CBN Sports.[3] On January 8, 2016, Hyper relaunched its HD simulcast dubbed as Hyper HD which it can be seen on Cignal Channel 130.
Effective December 19, 2016, Hyper will have new channel assignments on Cignal, which is on Channel 91 (SD) and on Channel 261 (HD).

Programming[edit]
Note: Programs that are also aired on TV5 or AksyonTV are marked with asterisks.

 FIBA 3X3*

 PBA Developmental League*
 PGA Tour

 Philippine Super Liga*

 Sports 360*

 Standard Chartered Marathon

 Ultimate Fighting Championship*

AKTV[edit]
Main article: AKTV

AKTV, TV5's former primetime sports and active lifestyle programming arm, AKTV has a block time contract with IBC that gives it the
primetime slot from 5-11 pm on weekdays and 11:00 am to 11:00 pm on weekends in the government sequestered network, it was
announced that MediaQuest Holdings/TV5 chairman Manuel V. Pangilinan due to expiration contract between AKTV and IBC expires in
May 2013.
The development is not expected to affect the Commissioner’s Cup coverage since the tournament would be over by the time the AKTV-
IBC deal expires, but the board will have to sit down again soon to discuss on which free television channel the PBA games will be aired
next.
With IBC-13 being eyed for privatization by the government, the station can no longer agree to any long-term contract with blocktimers due
to high costs and poor ratings, while TV5 is currently loaded with programing during its primetime slot, including an hour-long newscast.

See also[edit]

 AKTV

 Sports5

 TV5
References[edit]

1. Jump up^ Cignal forges on with the most HD channels nationwide, launches original premium offerings retrieved via
www.interaksyon.com 03-30-2012

2. Jump up^ Oli Pettigrew looking to connect with more Filipino fans retrieved via www.interaksyon.com 03-08-2012

3. Jump up^ "TV5 gets rights to air UFC fights as Balls Channel announces it is going off the air". Spin.ph. 21 December 2015. Retrieved 21
December 2015.

AKTV
AKTV (pronounced "active", officially branded as AKTV on IBC) was the primetime sports programming block in the Philippines. Owned
and operated by TV5, it occupied the 5:00 to 11:00pm timeslot of IBC; weekend coverage usually began at 11:00 am to 11:00 pm. It started
on June 5, 2011, and it ended on May 31, 2013 due to high airtime costs.

AKTV

Type sports programming block

Branding AKTV on IBC-13
Country Philippines

Availability Defunct

Slogan Live Active

Owner TV5 Network, Inc. (TV5) (80%)

Viva Television (20%)

Parent Sports5

Launch date June 5, 2011

Dissolved May 31, 2013

Former names Viva TV on IBC 13 (block)

Formeraffiliations Intercontinental Broadcasting

Corporation

Official website www.interaktv.ph

Language Filipino

English

Replaced by IBC programming
Sports5

programming(AksyonTV and Hyper)

History[edit]

IBC signed a blocktime agreement with TV5's sports division Sports5 to air live sports coverage via its new programming block AKTV.[1][2] It
was launched on June 5, 2011, with the AKTV Run held outside SM Mall of Asia in Bay City, Pasay.

Cancellation[edit]

However, on April 11, 2013, TV5 announced that the blocktime agreement with IBC would not be renewed, meaning AKTV would cease
broadcasting on May 31. The move was due to high cost given by IBC to air over the channel. [3]Broadcasts of
the NCAA basketball tournament, and the United Football League were moved to AksyonTV, although Sports5-produced PBA games
continue to air in the channel until October. IBC later signed another blocktime agreement with Asian Television Content Corporation, to air
a new set of primetime programs under ATC@IBC, which is set to air on June 2, 2014.[4][5] It is later noted that, despite the expiration of
blocktime agreement, TV5 continues to use IBC-13's Broadcast City facilities for sports events including its 2014 FIBA Basketball World
Cup coverage; asMediaQuest Holdings is a possible bidder for the privatization of IBC-13. [6]

Programming[edit]
Final Sports specials/coverage[edit]

 AIBA European Continental Championships

 AIBA Junior World Championships

 Australian Open (2012, 2013)

 ATP World Master Tours
 BWF Grand Prix

 F1 Grand Prix

 Wimbledon Championship

 World 10-Ball Championship

 World Sumo Challenge

 Smart Ultimate All-Star Weekend (July 2011)

 2011 William Jones Cup

 Bundesliga

 Barclays Premier League

 2011 PBA Draft

 FIBA Americas Championship 2011

 2011 Eurobasket FIBA Europe Championship

 PartyPoker.com World Cup of Pool

 FIBA Asia Champions Cup 2011

 2011 FIBA Asia Championship
 2011 LBC Ronda Pilipinas

 2011 Southeast Asian Games

 La Liga

 2012 London Olympics (together with TV5, AksyonTV, Hyper, Jack TV, ETC, 2nd Avenue, Solar Sports and Basketball TV)

 2012 William Jones Cup

 PBA Dream Game 2012 (February 2012)

 Aliwan Fiesta 2012

 RHB Singapore Cup

 UEFA Euro 2012

 4th FIBA Asia Cup

 2012 DFL-Supercup

 2012 AFF Suzuki Cup (November–December 2012)
Former[edit]

 PBA on AKTV (2011-2013) (Now transferred to TV5 from 2013 to present)

 Shakey's V-League (2012-2013) (Now transferred to GMA News TV from 2013 to present)
 LBC United Football League (2011–2013) (Now transferred to AksyonTV)

 Pacific Xtreme Combat (2011–2013)

 PBA D-League (2011–2013) (Now transferred to AksyonTV)

 NCAA on AKTV (2012–2013) (Now transferred to ABS-CBN Sports from 2015 to present)

 The Main Event (produced by Viva Sports) (2008–2013)

 Bigtime Bakbakan (2011–2013)

 Fight Quest (2011–2013)

 Fight Sports Knockouts (2011–2013)

 Fight Sports Greatest Classics (2011–2013)

 Fight Sports World Championship Kick Boxing (2011–2013)

 Fight Sports BWF (2011–2013)

 Knockout Sportsworld (2011–2013)

 Fight Sports Wide World of Fights (2011–2013)

 Whacked Out Sports (2012–2013)

 WWE Bottom Line (2012–2013) (Now transferred on Fox Philippines) from 2013 present)
 WWE SmackDown (2012–2013) (Now transferred on Fox Philippines from 2013 present)

References[edit]

1. Jump up^ TV5 airs primetime sports block AKTV on IBC-13 PhilStar.com. Retrieved 2011-02-28.

2. Jump up^ AKTV Official Website retrieved via www.interaskyon.com/aktv 05-11-2011

3. Jump up^ MediaQuest block time agreement with IBC ends in May, MVP says retrieved April 11, 2013

4. Jump up^ "ATC Takes a Bite at Philippine TV Primetime". NegoSentro. May 14, 2014. Retrieved May 15, 2014.

5. Jump up^ "Channel 13 back in harness". Manila Standard Today. April 26, 2014. Retrieved May 16, 2014.

6. Jump up^ "TV5 using IBC-13 facilities". BusinessMirror. September 17, 2014. Retrieved September 18, 2014.

External links[edit]

 Official website

 AKTV on Facebook

 AKTV on Twitter

TV Maria
TV Maria is a national Catholic television channel broadcasting from Manila, Philippines. Owned by TV Maria Foundation Philippines (a
non-profit, non-stock organization under the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines and the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of
Manila), it airs 24 hours a day and is currently available on major and provincial cable operators, and via online livestreaming.
Most of the station's programmes are both in-house productions and packaged shows from Jesuit Communications Foundation, Kerygma
Foundation, Family Rosary Crusade, Society of St. Paul, and other Catholic groups.

TV Maria

Launched January 1, 2006 (test broadcast)

December 8, 2007 (full launch)

Owned by Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila

Catholic Bishops' Conference of the

Philippines

(TV Maria Foundation Philippines, Inc.)

Country Philippines

Language Filipino

English

Broadcast area Nationwide

Headquarters Manila, Philippines

Website www.tvmariaphilippines.org

Availability
Terrestrial

TBA

Satellite

Dream Satellite Channel 1

TV

Cignal Digital TV Channel 95

Cable

Destiny Cable Channel 96 (Analog)

Channel 160 (Digital)

SkyCable Channel 160 (Digital)

Cablelink Coming Soon
History[edit]

The Roman Catholic Church recognizes the importance of keeping up with the times to reach out to a greater number of people. And TV
Maria is its means to cater to a Filipino audience who are hungry for God's Word through television as well as through various alternatives
such as the internet and the cellphone.

TV Maria Foundation Philippines, Inc. – or simply known as TV Maria – is a non-profit, non-stock religious organization of the Catholic
Bishops' Conference of the Philippines through the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila. Its work mainly involves evangelizing the
Catholic faith through television and internet broadcasting, plus other forms of modern communication. It promotes not only the importance
of communication and information in building a nation but also the importance of interweaving these with Catholic Filipino values.

TV Maria began test broadcasting on January 1, 2006 and began regular transmission on December 8, 2007, theFeast of the Immaculate
Conception.[1]

On August 13, 2013, during a press conference for the upcoming Philippine Conference on New Evangelization, Archbishop of Manila Luis
Antonio Cardinal Tagleannounced that TV Maria finally granted its free-to-air television franchise from the National Telecommunications
Commission.[2]

Current programming[edit]
Prayers and Liturgy[edit]

 Salita ng Diyos, Salita ng Buhay - daily Gospel reflections for people who are on the go, are sick or cannot attend daily Mass.

 Banal na Orasyon - Recitation of the Angelus, broadcast throughout the year except during Eastertide.

 The Holy Rosary - Recitation of the Rosary.

 Sambuhay TV Mass - live morning telecast of Sunday Mass, produced by Society of St. Paul.

 The Word Exposed, with Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle- a Jesuit Communications production presented by Luis Antonio Cardinal
Tagle, who shares reflections on each Sunday's Gospel lesson.
 Panalangin sa Alas-tres ng Hapon - Recitation of the Divine Mercy Prayer, broadcast every 15:00 PHT (GMT+8).

 Misa Nazareno - live telecast of Noon Mass from Monday -Saturday at Quiapo Church
Inspiring Stories[edit]

 Kwentong Buhay

 Family Matters
Praise[edit]

 Kerygma TV

 Men of Light

 Jesuit Music Ministry Covers

 Soul Mix

 El Shaddai
Talk and Formation Series[edit]

 Church Alive

 Know the Truth

 Tapatan

 M.A.G.P.A.S. (Manila Archdiocesan General Pastoral Assembly)
 Katolikong Pinoy
Kids and Teens[edit]

 Once Upon A Saint

 Inside the Fishbowl

 Mustard TV

See also[edit]

 Catholic Media Network

 Veritas 846

References[edit]

1. Jump up^ TV MARIA OFFICIALLY LAUNCHED ON DEC. 8. Katoliko.org. Retrieved Dec. 16, 2007.

2. Jump up^ Catholic channel may air on free TV. Rappler. Retrieved August 13, 2014.

External links[edit]

 Official website

 TV Maria on Facebook
Global News Network
GNN or Global News Network is a dedicated news and public affairs cable channel based in the Philippines. It broadcasts through Sky
Cable, Destiny Cable and Cable Link nationwide and broadcast also in some parts of Asia through Global Satellite TV (GSAT), and online
via Ustream.tv. Among the covered countries in Asia are: Japan, North Korea, South Korea, China, Mongolia, Taiwan, Vietnam, Brunei,
Malaysia and Indonesia. Its studios are located at 6th floor, First Global Building #122 Gamboa St. cor. Salcedo St., Legaspi Village, Makati
City.

GNN (Global News Network) (GNN)

Launched 2003 (as GKTV 3/PCTV 3)

March 2008 (as GNN)

Network First United Broadcasting Corporation

Owned by First Global Conglomerates, Inc.

Picture format 480i (SDTV) datascreen

Slogan Committed to Nation Building
Country Philippines

Language English, Filipino

Broadcast area Metro Manila, and other parts of

the Philippines

Sister channel(s) Global Pinoy Cinema

Website http://www.gnntv-asia.com/

Availability

Terrestrial

Analog Channel 44 (UHF)

Pampanga

Analog Channel 48 (UHF)

Naga

Analog Channel 43 (UHF)

Zamboanga

Analog Channel 45 (UHF)
Cagayan De Oro

Analog Channel 45 (UHF)

Metro Cebu

Satellite

G Sat Channel 1

Cignal Digital TV Coming Soon

Cable

Destiny Cable Channel 8 (Analog)

Channel 213 (Digital)

Sky Cable Channel 213

Parasat Cable TV Channel 213

Hip TV Rizal Channel 41

Cebu Cable Channel 16

Streaming media
Justin.tv Streaming Live

Format and history[edit]

GNN the Global News Network is a dedicated News and Public Affairs TV Network dedicated to nation-building. From a small and passive
network in 2008, GNN has expanded its programming and reach in just two years. In Metro Manila, GNN is broadcast over the Global
Destiny Cable on channel 8. On GSAT - the Global Satellite GNN is on channel 1. Three UHF free-TV stations have been successfully
established in the past 6 months; for Pampanga UHF 44, Cagayan de Oro, Zamboanga UHF 43 and Naga UHF 48. Three cities will
officially launch in June 2012 in General Santos, Roxas City, Capiz (Channel 43) and Cebu City.

Currently, GNN is carried by more than 200 cable operators in 32 regions nationwide. GNN has an estimated of 4 million viewers and still
counting. GNN is on live streaming on Justin.tv.

Programs[edit]
Present programs and segments[edit]

 Business and Living

 FYI

 Mission Immigration

 Ka Iking Live

 Medical Dillemma

 Tsismax
 Congress TV

 NewsForce

 NewsForce Weekend

 Oras ng Himala (morning and afternoon editions)

 Oras ng Katotohanan

 Politics Today

 Talk to Harry

 Republika ni Erik Espina

 General Assignment with Miguel Gil

 Libertas

 Heartbeat Live

 Talk News TV

 Una Sa Lahat

 Usaping Bayan ni George Chua

 Social Responsibility
 Nunsense Makes Sense

 HotSpot

 Life

 Ikons In Circles

 Philippine Biography

 Opinion Leaders with William Thio

 Philippines UnCut

 The Business Portal

 The Workplace

 Usapang Kalusugan

 On The Corporate World
Regional programs[edit]

Pampanga (GNN-Infomax TV44)[edit]

 Kita Kits

 Legal Aid on Air

 MaSUSIng Usapan
 NewsForce Pampanga

 PersonALAN

 Pupul

 Saludu!

 Talking Points
Naga (GNN TV48)[edit]

 Ini an Totoo

 Marian and Winnie Show

 Urulay Barangay

 Simbanwaan

 Today with Francis Papica

 Inside Bicol

 Science Journey with T L J
GNN Station Nationwide[edit]
Cable TV[edit]

Cable/Satellite Provider (Philippines) Ch. # Coverage

G Sat 1 Nationwide

Metro
Destiny Cable 8
Manila

Metro
SkyCable 213
Manila

SkyCable 43 Zamboanga

See also[edit]

 Destiny Cable

 Global Broadcasting and Multimedia Inc.

 Infomax TV
External links[edit]

 Official website

 Global News Network on Facebook

 Global News Network on Twitter

List of programs broadcast by DZRH/DZRH News Television
These are the programs that have been currently aired on DZRH and thru its TeleRadyo channel DZRH News Television.

Current Programs[edit]
DZRH[edit]

News[edit]

 Arangkada Balita

 Arangkada Balita Weekend (Saturday and Sunday)

 RH Balita (hourly updates)

 Magandang Umaga Pilipinas

 RH Rapido Hataw Balita
 RH Balita Weekend

 Pangunahing Balita

 Big News sa Umaga

 Big News sa Tanghali

 Big News

 Big News Nightly
Public Service, Talk and Infotainment[edit]

 Damdaming Bayan

 Isyu

 Operation Tulong: Aksyon Agad

 Go Negosyo

 Short Time with Andy and Kisses

 Manila Afternoon Delight

 Barangay RH

 Lunas
 Lunas Extension

 Art 2 Art with Lisa Macuja

 Defense Corner

 Abot Kamay sa DZRH

 Sagot Sa Bayan

 Ang Galing Mo, Doc! (Simulcast On Radyo Natin Stations)

 Doctors on Call With Doc Willie and Liza Ong

 Health Station

 Take Down, Jana B. With Jana Abejero

 Batas 101

 Boses ng Kabataan

 Landbank Sa DZRH at Radyo Natin (every Wednesdays, on Neil Ocampo's Arangkada Balita ; Simulcast to all Radyo Natin
Stations)

 DZRH Executive Sessions

 Tambalang Madrigal at Macalma

 MBC Sportscenter with Chris Capulso
Drama[edit]

 Ang Taong Di Ko Malilimot (weekdays)

 Atras Abante (weekdays)

 Gabi ng Lagim (weeknights)

 Hiram na Luha (weekdays)

 Ito ang Palad Ko (Classic series) (The 1st Longest Drama of DZRH) (weekdays)

 Katumbas ay Biyaya (With DOH-NNC) (every Saturday)

 May Pangako Ang Bukas (weekdays)

 Mimosa: Ang Pusang Gala (weekdays)

 Mr. Romantiko (The 2nd Longest Running drama of DZRH)

 Radyo Balintataw (weeknights)

 Macho Papa: Ang Super Hero Bonggang Bongga (weekdays)

 Yaya Rina (weekdays)
Religious[edit]

 Sunday Mass (Fiesta Mass)
DZRH News Television-produced[edit]

 "Art2Art with Lisa Macuja"

 MBC Network News

 MBC Network News Weekend

 Ano Ang Balita

 Kumpletos Recados

 Tambalan sa DZRH at DZRH News Television

 Price Tag: Pinoy Window Shopping

 Seminar School Plus

 Showbiz Tsismis
Non-produced[edit]

 Lotto Draw (11am, 2pm and 9pm)

 This New Life (In cooperation with Alabang New Life Christian Center)

 Tinig ng Pagasa (Hope Channel Philippines)
Previous Programs[edit]
DZRH[edit]

 24 Oras (radio drama, not to be confused with a TV newscast with the same name)

 Ang Dating Daan

 Boom Balita Newscast

 Familia Tikoy (1960)

 For Lovers Only with Manny Bal

 Gulong ng Palad

 Radyo Hataw

 Kambal Kamao

 Kasaysayan sa Mga Liham kay Tiya Dely (ended when Dely Magpayo died and immediately replaced by her daughter, Didi
Magpayo)

 Sementadong Gubat

 Tapatan ni Jay Sonza

 To Saudi with Love

 Kapitang Pinoy
 Negra Bandida

 Serbisyong Bayan

 DZRH Headlines

 DZRH Headline Balita

 Balitang Bayan Numero Uno

 Sugpuin ang Korupsyon

 DZRH Nationwide Balita

 Sesyon

 Tinig ng Mamayanan

 Agritech

 Dolorosa

 Hukumang Pantahan

 Hinding Hindi Ko Malilimutan

 Concierto with Chris Capulso and Cheska San Diego

 Serenata Filipina with Chris Capulso and Didi Magpayo
DZRH News Television[edit]

 Legally Yours

 Tambalang Balasubas at Balahura

 Sari Sari Show

 Operation Tulong|Operation Tulong sa RHTV

 RHTV Balita Express

 Tagumpay sa Kalusugan

 Tsissmaxx

 Usapang Lalaki

See also[edit]

 DZRH

 DZRH News Television

 Manila Broadcasting Company
My Movie Channel
My Movie Channel (formerly Blink Cinema) was a 24-hour Filipino cable and satellite television network based inShaw
Boulevard, Mandaluyong City. Owned by Solar Entertainment Corporation, It currently airs movies fromHollywood and around the world,
while also airing entertainment news programs, talk shows and drama series.

My Movie Channel

My Movie Channel logo

Launched January 3, 2013 (test broadcast)

January 19, 2013 (full launch as Blink

Cinema)

November 30, 2013 (launched as My Movie

Channel)

Closed June 30, 2015

Owned by Solar Entertainment Corporation

Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Slogan Stories I Love

Country Philippines

Broadcast area Defunct

Headquarters Mandaluyong City, Philippines

Formerly called Blink Cinema

(January–November 2013)

Replaced TGC (2011-2015)

Sister channel(s) BTV, CT, Jack TV, Solar Sports, NBA

Premium TV

Website My Movie Channel site

History[edit]
January 2013: Blink Cinema[edit]

Logo as Blink Cinema from January 3 to November 29, 2013
Blink Cinema was launched on January 3, 2013, with the full broadcast taking effect later that month.

November 2013: My Movie Channel[edit]

The channel was renamed as My Movie Channel on November 30, 2013, coinciding with the transfer of ETC to SBNand former sister
channel Solar News Channel's move to RPN 9, as well as the launch of Solar's video-on-demand website Blink. On March 1, 2015, the
channel replaced former sister channel TGC on various cable providers, following the latter's end of operations on February 28, 2015. After
almost 2 years ago on broadcasting. My Movie Channel announced that they will ceased broadcasting on television effective June 30,
2015, and gave thanks to its viewers before they sign-off on July 1, 2015.

Programming[edit]

The channel’s programming mainly consists of movies from major Hollywood film studios, while foreign films are aired on its weekly "World
Cinema" block on weekdays.[1] It also airs entertainment news programs, US talk shows, and US TV series, the latter of which are shown on
its "Series at Six" block.[2]

U.S. TV series (#1stonPHTV)[edit]

Drama Series[edit]

 Mr Selfridge

 NCIS (season break)
Talk Shows[edit]

 Inside the Actors Studio
Entertainment News[edit]

 Entertainment Tonight
 The Insider

See also[edit]

 Solar Entertainment Corporation

 ETC

 2nd Avenue

References[edit]

1. Jump
up^ https://www.facebook.com/MyMovieChannel/photos/a.204656006389031.1073741828.176150219239610/356256557895641/?
type=1&permPage=1

2. Jump
up^ https://www.facebook.com/MyMovieChannel/photos/a.204656006389031.1073741828.176150219239610/341013462753284/?type=1

External links[edit]

 My Movie Channel on Solar Entertainment Website

 My Movie Channel on Facebook

 My Movie Channel on Twitter

 My Movie Channel on Instagram
CgeTV
CgeTV was a user-generated video channel and current internet video-sharing website created by ABS-CBN Interactive. On cable, CgeTV
aired exclusively on SkyCable Digital channel 72.

CgeTV

Current CgeTV Logo

Launched December 20, 2010

Closed September 30, 2012

Network ABS-CBN

Owned by ABS-CBN Interactive (a subsidiary of ABS-CBN

Corporation)

Picture 480i (SDTV) datascreen

format

Slogan Create a name. Create a channel. Be a CGE star!
Country Philippines

Language English, Filipino

Broadcast Philippines on SKYCable Digital Channel 72

area

Sister ABS-CBN News Channel, DZMM

channel(s) TeleRadyo, Cinema One, Hero,Kapamilya

Channel, Knowledge Channel, Lifestyle

Network, Myx,Balls, Velvet, Jeepney TV

Website http://www.cge.tv

CGE.TV

Commercial? Yes

Type of site Video hosting service

Registration Free
Available in English, Tagalog

Owner ABS-CBN Interactive

Launched 2010

Programming[edit]
CgeTV Programs[edit]

 In Da Loop (also broadcast on ABS-CBN)(Now moved to Jeepney TV)

 Cge Mishmash

 The Viewing Room

 Let's Sync It!

 Dancesingcredible

 Supercgezen

 Dance Entertainment
Segments of CgeTV In Da Loop[edit]

 Cute

 Usapang Lalake

 How2D2

 Reporting for Beauty

 Your the Star

 Sports (on http://cge.tv)
Non CgeTV Programs[edit]

 It's Showtime (live on CgeTV website only with no commercial breaks) also broadcast on ABS-CBN

CgeJock's[edit]

 Edu Ibazeta

 DJ ChaCha Balba (Recording Artist/Radio Personality - from Tambayan 101.9)

 Anna Tan (1st winner of Cge Star)

 Jobert Austria
See also[edit]

 ABS-CBN Interactive

External Links[edit]

List of shows broadcast by C/S
This is a list of shows broadcast by C/S 9 and C/S Origin.

Programs[edit]
Procedural drama[edit]

 Bones

 Burn Notice

 The Closer

 Cold Case

 The Dresden Files

 Eleventh Hour

 Fringe
 In Plain Sight

 K-Ville

 The Kill Point

 Law & Order

 Law and Order: Criminal Intent

 Law and Order: Special Victims Unit

 Life

 Medium

 The Mentalist

 NCIS

 Oz

 Saving Grace

 Shark

 The Sopranos

 Without a Trace
Comedy series[edit]

 Chuck

 Psych
Reality[edit]

 Survivor: Samoa

 To Catch a Predator
Documentary/factuals[edit]

 7 Deadly Hollywood Sins

 Body of Evidence

 City Confidential

 Cold Case Files

 Crime and Punishment

 Crime Scene Academy

 Crime Seen

 Crime Stories

 Dominick Dunne: Power, Privilege, & Justice
 Extreme Evidence

 Final Justice with Erin Brockovich

 The First 48

 Forensic Files

 Hollywood Justice

 I Detective

 Investigative Reports

 L.A. Detectives

 Masterminds

 North Mission Road

 Psychic Detectives

 The Takedown

 What Should You Do?
News, talk and infotainment[edit]

 NBC Nightly News
 NewsWatch
Movie block[edit]

 C/S Movie Mania
Sports[edit]

 NBA
From C/S 9 and C/S Origin[edit]

 Battlestar Galactica (2004)

 Bionic Woman

 Combat Missions

 Conviction

 Crossing Jordan

 E-Ring

 Eureka

 Firefly

 The Grid

 Heroes
 Hunter (2003)

 Invasion

 Jericho

 Kojak

 Law & Order: Trial by Jury

 The Law Firm

 Moonlight

 Murder, She Wrote

 Profiler

 Revelations[disambiguation needed]

 Standoff

 Surface

 Survivor: China

 Survivor: Fiji

 Survivor: Gabon (*)
 Survivor: Tocantins (*)

 Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles

 Thief

 Threshold

 Traffic

 Treasure Hunters

 Women's Murder Club

 The X-Files

(*) - The Survivor franchise originally aired on Studio 23 (now with ABS-CBN Sports+Action) before its move to C/S. However,
when GMA acquired the rights to air the Philippines' version of Survivor, sister station Q (now with GMA News