In the build up to last Sunday’s Warner TV Pop Expo, the channel has sealed its position in the general entertainment channel rating in Mega Manila. Warner TV has also added Batwoman, the latest same-day drama alongside new blockbuster movies to its unparalleled mix of first-run and exclusive programming.
Warner TV is currently the top-ranked English general entertainment channel among young adults 25-44 in Mega Manila*, where other DC superhero series and comedies like Friends and The Big Bang Theory, and reality shows including Impractical Jokers, The Dunk King and Storage Hunters are also standout performers.
The exclusive Asia debut of Batwoman and the timeslot-winning premiere of Wonder Woman marked the launch of Warner TV’s recent campaign “Fearless Femmes”. Batwoman arrived on screens in the Philippines sitting alongside six other express titles: Arrow, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Blindspot, Supergirl, Young Sheldon and The Flash.
New episodes air the same day as the US and land in the Philippines every Monday at 9:00 p.m. on Cignal CH 235 and SkyCable CH 34.
Fearless Femmes also includes crossover episodes from the famed Arrowverse. These include the Elsewords specials, which introduce Batwoman and Lois Lane, and features legendary female characters such as Killer Frost, Supergirl, Black Canary and White Canary.
It’s a case of ladies first… and men second. Warner TV celebrates International Men’s Month in November with the “Hunky-Dory” campaign boasting a heap of hunk-filled weekend movies. The premiere of King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (Nov. 30) will lead the charge alongside Batman and Superman, Tarzan and Kong: Skull Island.
Marianne Lee, Vice President of General Entertainment Content at WarnerMedia Entertainment Networks, Asia Pacific, said: “Warner TV is the premier destination in the Philippines for so many first-run Warner Bros. series, particularly the DC catalogue. Warner TV is the ‘home of the superfan’ and we’d like to thank our loyal viewers for tuning in to share in all the action and adventure.
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