Cardo Dalisay and other Kapamilya teleserye characters are returning to TV as some of the popular ABS-CBN shows will be aired on the Kapamilya Channel, which will be available on cable and satellite TV nationwide starting June 13.
Kapamilya Channel will be available on SKY, Cablelink, G Sat and most member-cable operators of the Philippine Cable Television Association (PCTA) nationwide.
Viewers can watch Cardo’s adventures in FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano starting with a 10-episode recap of the latest season’s story before new episodes are released. A Soldier’s Heart will, on the other hand, air on weeknights, with the family drama Love Thy Woman on weekdays.
The hosts and artists of It’s Showtime and ASAP Natin ‘To will also come together in live shows to provide fun and music.
Magandang Buhay momshies Jolina Magdangal, Melai Cantiveros and Karla Estrada will continue their discussions on weekday mornings, while the new season of The Voice Teens featuring aspiring teen singers and superstar coaches Apl.de.ap, Sarah Geronimo, Bamboo and Lea Salonga will air on weekends.
TV Patrol will continue to deliver relevant news and information to viewers every evening. More movies and classic TV shows will also be aired on the channel to provide relief and inspiration to viewers.
Besides these hit programs going back on air, new shows will also be launched on the Kapamilya Channel.
Judy Ann Santos-Agoncillo will be seen Saturdays in the new show called Paano Kita Mapasasalamatan, while Angel Locsin will be hosting Iba ‘Yan Sundays. Both of these are public service programs that put the spotlight on stories and experiences of real people and the life challenges that they face.
The World of the Married, the highest-rating cable Koreanovela, also makes its debut on the Kapamilya Channel on June 15.
Filipinos abroad will be able to watch all Filipino programs on Kapamilya Channel, including the new episodes, on TFC.
In a statement, ABS-CBN said it is “encouraged by the overwhelming love and support of the public” and “remains committed to serving its audiences even after it was ordered to stop operating its radio and television stations on May 5 by the National Telecommunications Commission.”
The cable and satellite TV channels that will carry the Kapamilya Channel are owned and operated by other companies and are not covered by the cease and desist order issued by the NTC to ABS-CBN, the media giant also said.