Get ready to change the way you watch television as TV5 goes Everyday All the Way with exciting new entertainment and public affairs programs from Monday to Friday, morning till evening, starting Oct. 14.
TV5 starts the day right with the launch of the must-see segments of “Good Morning Club,” which will provide essential information in a “bite-size” structure for every viewer’s consumption. The new segments include Grace Lee’s Good Morning Grace! from 6 to 6:10 a.m.; Erwin Tulfo and Martin Andanar’s Good Morning Sir from 6:10 to 7 a.m.; Cheryl Cosim, Tuesday Vargas, Twink Macaraig and Grace Lee’s Good Morning Girls from 7 to 7:45 a.m.; and Christine Bersola-Babao’s Good Morning Moms! from 7:45 to 8 a.m..
Gelli De Belen and Christine Bersola-Babao team up for the first time in Face the People, in which they assist guests in settling personal issues with the help of the audience. This airs weekday afternoons from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
TV5’s new primetime block starts with the newest barangay-serye on television, Madam Chairman with Sharon Cuneta, her first to star in a drama series. Completing the cast are Jay Manalo, Ciara Sotto, Bayani Agbayani, Cita Obrero, Hermes Magpantay, Fanny Serrano, and TV5’s Artista Academy finalists Akihiro Blanco and Shaira Mae Dela Cruz. Madam Chairman airs weeknights at 7 p.m..
Every night, viewers will be inspired with the quest of Ogie Alcasid in finding love and joy after a loss in the new drama series The Gift, which airs at 7:30 p.m.
Another first is Aga Muhlach’s foray in game show hosting as he introduces to Pinoys the fun-filled Let’s Ask Pilipinas, the local franchise of the US hit Let’s Ask America. Let’s Ask Pilipinas takes advantage of modern Internet technology as contestants get to play in the comforts of their home. By participating through video calls on their computers, tablets or mobile phones, they get a chance to win P500,000. Let’s Ask Pilipinas airs from 8 to 8:30 p.m., Monday to Friday.
On Oct. 17, Thursdays take on a new meaning as TV5 offers the never-before-done back-to-back airing of two weekly hour-long primetime series of Positive and For Love or Money, at 8:30 and 9:30 p.m., respectively.
Positive bravely tackles the issue of the rising HIV cases in the country. It is a compelling drama with Martin Escudero playing the role of call center agent who, after being tested positive for HIV, goes on a life-changing journey through his past to trace the person who got him infected. For Love or Money, on the other hand, brings back heartthrob Derek Ramsay on television as he stars with TV5 drama princess Ritz Azul and Alice Dixson in a captivating story of love and sacrifice.
Further, News5, TV5’s news and public affairs arm, strengthens its commitment to be the credible source of information by introducing the KBO Block of Knowledge, Information and Opinion where viewers can now look forward to various informative and educational shows every night starting at 10:30 p.m.
On Mondays, Paolo Bediones will try to dissect, refute and prove certain commonly known facts in Demolition Job. Cheryl Cosim will scrutinize and discuss the stories and facts behind relevant statistics in Numero every Tuesday. On Wednesdays, Lourd De Veyra gives his own brand of history lessons and trivia in History. Thursdays will see Atty. Teresa Licaros tackling the plights and concerns of Overseas Filipino Workers in Dayo. Paolo Bediones returns on Fridays in Astig to talk about the science behind sports.
And before TV5 viewers call it a night, Paolo Bediones, Cheri Mercado and Jove Francisco deliver a comprehensive 25-minute news program in Pilipinas News at 10:50 p.m., followed by Reaksyon at 11:15 p.m., featuring News5 head Luchi Cruz-Valdez and her interviews with different people.
Lastly, TV5 introduces a social experiment involving “half-local but full-global” Fil-Brits in Juan Direction, where YouTube sensations Brian Wilson, Daniel Marsch, Michale McDonnell, Charlie Sutcliffe and Henry Edwards showcase the daily lives of the Filipino people. Juan Direction airs every Saturday from 10 to 10:30 p.m. beginning Oct.12.
TV5 now has a complete menu of programs to satisfy every viewer’s cravings for entertainment programming and relevant news and public affairs information all week long. Indeed, those who made the switch and saw how “Weekend Do It Better” on TV5 will be delighted to know that they will be enjoying more innovative shows from the Kapatid Network “Everyday All the Way” starting this month.