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YeY’s Official YouTube Channel Reaches 1 Million Subscribers

More children now have access to YeY Channel, where they can have fun while learning new things every day with its fresh content and episode highlights of kids-oriented Kapamilya shows, as it reached over a million subscribers on YouTube.

More children now have access to YeY Channel, where they can have fun while learning new things every day with its fresh content and episode highlights of kids-oriented Kapamilya shows, as it reached over a million subscribers on YouTube.

Kids of all ages can enjoy episode highlights of their favorite Kapamilya shows which were aired on the Famtime block of YeY Channel, such as its classic series “Super Inggo,” “Pedro Penduko,” “Lastikman,” “My Little Juan,” and “Wansapanataym.”

Apart from watching beloved ABS-CBN programs, young viewers can catch up to the fun activities from “Team YeY,” with all episodes from seasons 1 to 5 now available for streaming with English subtitles on YeY’s official YouTube channel.

YeY also made available more educational and entertaining content for kids, including informative trivia shorts “Kaalaman Express,” monthly birthday greetings to its avid viewers on “Happy BirthYeY Shout-outs,” funny jokes from “Tawa Time,” and its newest digital exclusive “Buzz in the Box” featuring unboxing videos of the latest and coolest toys from Toyworld.

Kids can stream these exciting shows online anytime and anywhere on YeY’s official YouTube channel by visiting and subscribing to youtube.com/yeychannel.

For more exciting content and updates on its shows, events and promos, parents can follow YeY on Facebook (fb.com/yeychannel), Instagram (@yeychannel), TikTok (@yey.channel), and YouTube accounts. Kids can also catch YeY shows on ABS-CBN Entertainment’s Just Love Kids website at ent.abs-cbn.com/justlovekids.



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