TV5 gave a stunning look at the “future” in a grand trade event held at The Harbor Garden of Sofitel Manila on November 23.
Attended by over 700 stars, celebrity athletes, media agency partners, advertisers, VIPs, officers, and various content partners, TV5’s first face-to-face trade event since the pandemic showcased the network’s big plans and program offerings for 2023 and more.
Hosted by Gretchen Ho and Alex Calleja, the trade event truly demonstrated the TV5 mantra: “Iba’ng Saya Pag Sama-Sama” and remarkably brought people from all corners of the industry together for a taste of what the Kapatid Network is all about.
Guests were treated to world-class performances from Regine Velaquez, Ogie Alcasid, Jona, and Zsa Zsa Padilla, as well as a winning routine from UAAP Cheerdance Champions and the FEU Cheering Squad.
The network unveiled its programming lineup for 2023, including offerings from its content partners ABS-CBN Entertainment, APT Entertainment, Brightlight Productions, and Viva Communications Inc.,
Kickstarting its morning block are Jolina Magdangal, Regine Velasquez, and Melay Cantiveros for Magandang Buhay and Maine Mendoza for #MaineGoals Season 2.
The entertainment continues at noon with the back-to-back variety shows Tropang LOL and It’s Showtime, while evenings get more heart-stopping with series The Iron Heart (starring Richard Gutierrez), Dirty Linen (Janine Gutierrez, Zanjoe Marudo, Francine Diaz, Seth Fedelin), and Linlang (Kim Chiu, Maricel Soriano, Paulo Avelino, JM De Guzman) keeping viewers hooked every night.
Weekends will never be the same as TV5 Weekends will be equally thrilling and informative with Xian Lim’s For the Love, Jake Cuenca’s Jack and Jill, Kim Molina’s Team A, Maja Salvador’s EmojiNation, John Arcilla’s Bayani Chronicles, and Korina Sanchez’s Rated Korina plus her highly-anticipated talk show TikTalks that premiered on December 3.
Aside from all those new and exciting shows, Jose Manalo and Wally Bayola will host the comeback of TV5’s longest-running gag show Wow Mali, Lakas ng Tama, while music takes center stage in Pilipinas Got Talent, The Voice Kids, and the iconic Sunday musical variety show ASAP Natin ‘To.
Moreover, sports fans will be rejoicing as TV5 and Cignal level up their sports broadcast platforms in bringing front-row sports action from across the globe through OneSports PH, such as Spikers’ Turf, MPBL (Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League), PBA 3×3, Badminton Asia and many more.
To cap it all off, Radyo5 celebrates its 12th anniversary with more programs and more stations, with a total of 25 stations reaching even the remotest areas. As the new year comes, Radyo5 targets to also go online and on-ground, giving public service a whole new meaning.