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Fox Filipino

Fox Filipino Channel / FOX Filipino
Launched March 1, 2012
Network GMA Network
Owned by

Fox International Channels Philippines
(OmniContent Management, Inc.)

GMA Network, Inc.
ABC Development Corporation
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Country Philippines
Broadcast area Philippines
Headquarters Pasig City, Philippines
Cignal Digital TV
Channel 24
Dream Satellite TV
Channel 10
G Sat
Channel 108
Destiny Cable
(Metro Manila)
Channel 41 (Analog)
Channel 211 (Digital)
(Metro Manila)
Channel 53
Parasat Cable TV
(Cagayan de Oro City)
Channel 50
Satellite Cable Network,Inc.
Channel 32
Channel 211 (Digital Subscribers)

Fox Filipino is an archive entertainment cable channel in the Philippines network owned by Fox International Channels Philippines. Fox Filipino features Filipino-produced programming from GMA Network, Inc. and TV5, as well as Filipino movies from GMA Films, entries from the Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival, selected Asian movies, and selected programming from Channel M dubbed in Filipino language.[1][2][3]


  • Programming 1
    • Drama 1.1
    • Comedy 1.2
    • Public Affairs 1.3
    • Movie Block/Specials 1.4
    • Foreign 1.5
    • Other 1.6
    • Upcoming Programs 1.7
  • References 2
  • External links 3




Public Affairs

Movie Block/Specials

  • Cinemalaya
  • Lunch Blockbusters
  • Super Sine
  • Yahoo OMG! Awards (yearly)



  • Shop Japan 2a

Upcoming Programs

1 previously aired on GMA Network
1a currently airs on GMA Network
2 previously aired on TV5
2a currently airs on TV5
3 currently aired on Fox Philippines


  1. ^ 24 Oras: Ilang Programa ng GMA Network, maipapalabas na sa Fox Filipino Channel retrieved via YouTube via gmanews user 02-15-2012
  2. ^ GMA Signs Deal With Fox | Manila Bulletin retrieved via 02-01-2012
  3. ^ GMA Worldwide signs 3-year output deal with FOX International Channels retrieved via 02-01-2012

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