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Television in the Philippines

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This list has 27 sub-lists and 75 members. See also Television by country, Mass media in the Philippines, Broadcasting in the Philippines, Entertainment in the Philippines, Television in Asia by country
  • Xyriel Manabat
    Xyriel Manabat Actress
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    Xyriel Anne Bustamante Manabat (born January 27, 2004), is a Filipina child actress. She is most commonly known for playing roles of child characters in teleseryes.
  • Rosebud Benitez
    Rosebud Benitez Filipino chef
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    Rosebud Benitez is a Filipina celebrity chef and the host of Quickfire, a 10-minute television cooking show broadcast several times daily on GMA News TV (formerly known as Q), a sister station of GMA Network. The show is considered to be one of the most easily recognizable productions of the alternative network, with an offshoot bestselling DVD compilation of highlight episodes. Before Quickfire, Benitez was part of the culinary group program Ka-Toque, Q’s first-of-a-kind that spawned a whole new generation of broadcast cuisine productions and chef-hosts. Though wedged within a smorgasbord of equally sociable young chefs in Ka-Toque, Benitez became the first in the group to be given a solo show and the only non-actor to be invited by GMA Artist Center to join its register of contract stars.
  • GMA Network
    GMA Network Commercial television network in the Philippines
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    GMA Network (Global Media Arts or simply GMA) is a Philippine free-to-air television and radio network. It is the flagship property of publicly traded GMA Network, Inc. Its first broadcast on television was on October 29, 1961. GMA Network (formerly known as Republic Broadcasting System, GMA Radio-Television Arts and GMA Rainbow Satellite Network) is commonly referred to as the Kapuso Network in reference to the outline of the company's logo. It is headquartered in the GMA Network Center in Quezon City and its transmitter, Tower of Power, is located at Tandang Sora Avenue, Barangay Culiat also in Quezon City with regional stations and offices strategically located in over 9 major cities across the country.
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    Philippine television drama, also known as teleserye, Filipino telenovelas or P-drama, is a form of melodramatic serialized fiction in television in the Philippines. Teleserye is derived from two Filipino words: "tele", which is short for "telebisyón" (television) and "sérye" (series).
  • K Movies Pinoy
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    K Movies Pinoy is a 24-hour Filipino cable channel owned by Viva Entertainment.
  • One Sports (Philippines)
    One Sports (Philippines) Philippine sports television network
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    One Sports is a Philippine pay television channel owned by MediaQuest Holdings, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of PLDT. It was launched on January 9, 2019 exclusively on satellite provider Cignal. One Sports is the second Cignal channel launched under the One branding, along with the English-language news channel One News and Filipino-language news/talk channel One PH.
  • Movie Central (Philippines)
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    Movie Central (stylized as M▶️VIE CENTRAL) is a Philippine pay television channel created by ABS-CBN and one of the freemium channels of ABS-CBN TVplus. Its programming consists of mainly foreign and Hollywood movies. It is the second digital terrestrial television-exclusive movie channel after Cine Mo!, which airs Hollywood and foreign movies in original English audio. Movie Central operates daily from 7:00 AM to 1:00 AM of the following day.
  • Asianovela Channel
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    Asianovela Channel is a Philippine pay television channel created by ABS-CBN and one of the freemium channels of ABS-CBN TVplus. The channel primarily airs Filipino-dubbed Korean dramas, with imported programming from ABS-CBN. It also airs Asian films previously shown on ABS-CBN's Kapamilya Blockbusters movie block and its sister channels Cinema One and Cine Mo!. Asianovela Channel operates daily from 7:00 AM to 1:00 AM.
  • Metro Channel
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    Metro Channel (formerly Lifestyle) is a Philippine pay television channel based in Quezon City. It is owned by Creative Programs, a subsidiary of media conglomerate ABS-CBN Corporation. Its programming is composed primarily of lifestyle and entertainment shows targeted to upscale women. The channel was officially launched on 2 April 2018, and it was named after Metro Magazine, one of the leading lifestyle magazines in the country published by ABS-CBN Publishing.
  • Tag (TV channel)
    Tag (TV channel) Filipino cable television network
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    Tag (sometimes referred to as Tag TV; Tag is short for "Tagalized") was a Philippine pay television channel owned by Creative Programs, a subsidiary of media conglomerate ABS-CBN Corporation. Its programming included a line-up of Asian and Hollywood movies dubbed in Filipino, including all the films shown on ABS-CBN's Kapamilya Blockbusters, S+A's Action Movie Zone, Cine Mo!'s Cine Pow and selected Asian movies, Yey! channel's KidSine, and Cinema One's foreign film spotlight on Blockbuster Sundays movie blocks.
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