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A2Z channel 11 reveals upcoming shows for 2021, ‘Darna’, new KathNiel series part of the line-up

The rebranded A2Z channel is a product of the block time deal of ABS-CBN and ZOE TV. So, Kapamilya shows can be watched on the said channel.

A2Z channel has released a trailer of the shows that will be televised this 2021.

With the partnership of ABS-CBN with A2Z, more Kapamilya shows are slated to air on free TV.

The TV adaption of Mars Ravelo’s Darna and the newest KathNiel TV series is part of A2Z’s roster of upcoming shows for 2021.

The much-awaited remake of Darna, which will star Jane de Leon, will finally push through this year.

ABS-CBN recently released a glimpse of de Leon’s role as Narda, the alter ego of Darna.

KathNiel, one of the highly-acclaimed love teams of the current generation, will likewise return on TV with a fresh series.

Accordingly, their newest project features a story exhibiting how love conquers time.

Aside from that, other TV series include “Huwag Kang Mangamba,” “Init sa Magdamag,” “Almost Paradise,” and “La Vida Lena”.

The reunion of “Kadenang Ginto” stars Andrea Brillantes, Francine Diaz, Kyle Echarri, and Seth Fedelin will happen as they top-bill “Huwag Kang Mangamba.”

Init sa Magdamag will star Yam Concepcion, Gerald Anderson, and JM de Guzman.

Christian Kane will star in “Almost Paradise,” an American drama co-produced by ABS-CBN.

Erich Gonzales’ “La Vida Lena” will also crossover from iWant TFC to free TV.

The Philippine adaption of the singing and impersonation competition Your Face Sounds Familiar with its new host Luis Manzano, will likewise be back on its fifth season.

The rebranded A2Z channel is a product of the block time deal of ABS-CBN and ZOE TV. So, Kapamilya shows can be watched on the said channel.



A2Z channel 11 is available on analog TV in Metro Manila and neighboring provinces. Also, it is available for viewing on cable and satellite TV.

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