Jeepney TV marks 5 years of bringing back classic ABS-CBN hits

Jeepney TV, the home of timeless and well-loved ABS-CBN shows, marks its 5th anniversary this October with the launch of a new image campaign, as well as exciting shows that bring back beloved scenes and cherished characters from television’s yesteryears.

Since October 2012, Jeepney TV has been Pinoy television reimagined, bridging Filipino viewers young and old, and celebrating the best of Pinoy pop culture by airing comedy classics like “Palibhasa Lalake” and “Goin’ Bulilit”; hit teleseryes such as “Pangako Sa’yo” and “Be Careful With My Heart;” and iconic programs like “Ryan Ryan Musikahan” and “Abangan Ang Susunod Na Kabanata.”  It has also become the go-to channel for Asianovelas, when it brought back “Meteor Garden” to Filipino viewers in 2014 via an unprecedented tandem airing with ABS-CBN TV2. Since then, it has featured some of the most popular classic Asianovelas like “Boys Over Flowers” and “Winter Sonata” and even premiered more current dramas such as “Good Doctor”, “Cheomdamdong Alice” and “Twenty Again” on Philippine TV.

Jeepney TV has also produced its own programs — “B.T.S.,” “Biyaheng Retro” and a series of revival specials for “Ryan Ryan Musikahan” – with all three having been recognized for excellence by local award-giving bodies such as the Catholic Mass Media Awards, Gandingan Awards and the CommGuild Awards.

To cap Jeepney TV’s 5th Anniversary celebration, its new imaging spot breaks on ABS-CBN TV 2 this Sunday (Oct. 22) on “ASAP” and on Monday (Oct. 23) via “It’s Showtime.”

Along with this, Jeepney TV launches another great selection of TV’s best this month – ABS-CBN’s hit primetime Koreanovela adaptation “Two Wives” starring Erich Gonzales, Jason Abalos, and Kaye Abad, sitcom classic “Home Along Da Riles” starring the King of Comedy Dolphy, and the unforgettable fantasy series “Kokey.” Aside from these local hits, the Korean medical drama “Doctor Stranger,” starring heartthrob Lee-Jong Suk, also premieres on the cable channel this month.

Catch their airings on these days: ”Two Wives,” Mondays to Fridays at 1:30pm; “Kokey,” Mondays to Fridays starting Monday (Oct. 23) at 9am; and “Home Along Da Riles every Sunday at 6pm. Don’t miss “Doctor Stranger” every Saturday starting Oct. 21 at 6:30pm. Jeepney TV is available on SKYcable channel 9, Destiny Cable on Analog 41 and Digital 9 and on Sky Direct channel ____. For updates, like the Jeepney TV page on Facebook ( or visit


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