Sari-Sari Channel

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Sari-Sari Channel
Type Cable commercial television network
Country
Availability National
Founded August 15, 2015 (2015-08-15)
Headquarters TV5 Media Center, Reliance cor. Sheridan Sts., Mandaluyong City, Philippines
Owner Viva Entertainment and TV5 Network
Key people
Manuel V. Pangilinan, (Chairman)
Chot Reyes, (President and CEO)
Vicente "Vic" del Rosario, Jr. (CEO)
Launch date
January 15, 2016; 3 years ago (2016-01-15)
Sister channels
Through Cignal/TV5:
5
5 Plus
One Sports
Colours
One News
PBA Rush
One PH
Through Viva:
Pinoy Box Office
Viva TV
TMC
Language Filipino (main)
English (secondary)

Sari-Sari Channel a 24-hour general entertainment channel joint-ventured by TV5 Network, through Cignal Digital TV and Viva Entertainment. Named after the Philippine Sari-sari store, it offers a variety of shows from the portfolios of Viva TV and TV5. The channel's content include archive shows and movies from Viva Television and Viva Films, original movies from Studio5, the film production arm of TV5 Network and in-house original productions in partnership of the latter's talents.

Also, the Sari-Sari Channel, will be delegated as official production outfit to handle all entertainment programs of TV5 after Viva Entertainment chief Vicente "Vic" del Rosario, Jr. was appointed as the network's entertainment head, replacing Wilma Galvante, following retrenchment on TV5's main entertainment department.[1] [2]

Starting October 21, 2017, selected original serials from the channel is broadcast on 5 under the Sari-Sari Weekend on TV5 block. It is also carried over to its overseas counterpart Kapatid Channel since 2018.

Programming

Movies

  • Petrang Kabayo
  • Hating Kapatid
  • Who's That Girl

TeleMovies

  • When I fall in Love
  • The Lady Next Door
  • The Replacement Bride
  • Bawat Sandali
  • Kuya and Me
  • My Only Love
  • Dalawang Gabi
  • Frenemies in Love
  • Mariposa
  • Sa Bawat Patak ng Ulan

Mini Series

  • Viva Drama Specials
  • Takot Ka Ba Sa Dilim?
  • Dear Heart
  • Midnight DJ
  • Class 3-C Has A Secret
  • Barrio Kulimlim
  • The Mysterious Case of Ana Madrigal
  • From the Beautiful Country
  • Ang Kwarto Sa May Hagdanan
  • Wives of House of No. 2
  • Where is Franco?
  • 10 Signatures to Bargain With God
  • Ha-pi House
  • Red Envelope
  • Tabi Po
  • Alabang Girls
  • Never Say Goodbye
  • Mac & Chiz
  • Lokomoko High
  • 2 1/2 Daddies
  • Tukhang
  • The Feb 15 Club
  • Sa Ngalan ng Anak
  • Challenge Accepted
  • Sinugatang Puso
  • Pag-Ibig Hanggang Kamatayan
  • The Kasambahays
  • Kalye Wars
  • Operation Break the Casanova's Heart [3]
  • Brush

References

  1. ^ "TV5 announces appointment of Viva's Vic del Rosario as chief strategist for entertainment". Philippine Entertainment Portal. Retrieved October 17, 2015.
  2. ^ "TV5 reportedly undergoing 'major retrenchment'; offers special voluntary separation program to employees". Philippine Entertainment Portal. Retrieved October 17, 2015.
  3. ^ http://beta.philstar.com/entertainment/2017/06/08/1708050/now-comes-julianella


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