This is a list of programs broadcast by ABS-CBN, a Philippine television network.The network is headquartered in ABS-CBN Broadcasting Center, Diliman, Quezon City.. On May 5, 2020, ABS-CBN was issued a cease-and-desist order by the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) and Solicitor General Jose Calida, after the NTC refused to renew the network's franchise license earlier in February 2020.
This is the list of Philippine drama series that originally aired or are set to air on the television network ABS-CBN and its ad interim replacements Kapamilya Channel and A2Z Channel 11. Titles are sorted by the decade and the year of release.
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ABS-CBN (an initialism of its two predecessors' names, Alto Broadcasting System and Chronicle Broadcasting Network) is a Philippine commercial television and new media network, as well as program distributor that serves as the flagship property of ABS-CBN Corporation, a company under the Lopez Group.
ABS-CBN Regional ceased its operations with 12 TV Patrol's regional newscasts and 10 morning shows ended their broadcast on August 28, 2020 after almost 32 years following the denial of its legislative franchise on July 10.
On June 4, 2020, ABS-CBN announced on TV Patrol that a cable-and-satellite channel named Kapamilya Channel will launch on June 13, resuming the productions of ABS-CBN's dramas and live entertainment shows and airing its entertainment, educational and current affairs programming, along with temporary movie blocks.
- Political campaign advertisement controversies during the 2016 election, Alleged violations to the now expired broadcast franchise, Multiple labor cases, American citizenship of Eugenio Lopez III, Issuance of the Philippine depository receipts, On the 50-year limit on franchises, Return of the ABS-CBN to the Lopez family after martial law, ABS-CBN TV Plus box and KBO pay-per-view, ABS-CBN's blocktime agreement with AMCARA, Failure to regularize its employees, Tax avoidance, Biased reporting, Inappropriate program content, Political meddling
- ABS-CBN Corporation, Congress of the Philippines, National Telecommunications Commission (NTC), Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), Department of Justice (DOJ), Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR), Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB), Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas (KBP), Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA), Commission on Elections (COMELEC), Solicitor General Jose Calida, President Rodrigo Duterte
- ABS-CBN broadcast franchise, granted on March 30, 1995, expired on May 4, 2020, National Telecommunications Commission issued a cease and desist order on ABS-CBN, effectively ceasing broadcast operations on May 5, ABS-CBN Corporation filed petitions before the Supreme Court of the Philippines on May 7, seeking to nullify the NTC's cease and desist order, National Telecommunications Commission and Solicitor General Jose Calida issued two alias cease and desist orders on ABS-CBN TV Plus and Sky Direct, effectively ceasing operations on June 30, The House of Representatives, particularly the Committee on Legislative Franchises, voted 70-11 to deny the franchise application of ABS-CBN, The frequencies assigned to ABS-CBN were recalled by NTC on September 10, ABS-CBN resumed broadcasting through pay-TV Kapamilya Channel on June 13, and free-to-air A2Z Channel 11 (via ZOE TV) on October 10, House Minority Leader Joseph Stephen Paduano urges NTC and BIR to investigate the blocktime agreement of ABS-CBN and ZOE Broadcasting Network (A2Z), Former rival TV5 started simulcast of selected ABS-CBN programming on January 24, 2021
^ "ABS-CBN shows return to free TV after ZOE deal". Rappler. Retrieved October 6, 2020. ^ Aguilar, Krissy (October 6, 2020). "Zoe TV rebrands as A2Z to feature ABS-CBN Shows". INQUIRER.net. Retrieved October 6, 2020. ^ "GMA Network partners with Zoe Broadcasting Channel 11". The Philippine Star. April 28, 2005. Retrieved April 28, 2005.
ABS-CBN broadcasts a variety of programming through its VHF terrestrial television station ABS-CBN 2 Manila. These programs include news and current affairs, drama, anime, sitcom, foreign telenovelas, entertainment news and talk shows, game shows, as well as reality and variety shows.
The longest-running noontime variety show in the Philippines is Eat Bulaga!, which celebrated its 41st anniversary on July 30, 2020. GMA, Kapamilya Channel/A2Z, Net 25 and TV5 each air up to two noontime shows a week. A weeklong noontime show usually runs from Monday to Saturday, and a separate noontime show is reserved for Sundays. GMA Network:
The official online playground of ABS-CBN where you can get up-to-date information about ABS-CBN Entertainment programs and celebrities.
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