Weekends on Jeepney TV are now packed with more excitement as ABS-CBN’s on-going grand audition show Star Hunt and the hit fantaserye La Luna Sangre air on ABS-CBN TVplus’ new channel starting this month.
Fresh from the success of The Hows Of Us, box office stars Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla reopens the world of vampires and werewolves in La Luna Sangre, alongside Richard Gutierrez, every Saturday.
Malia (Kathryn), a daughter of two legends, is prophesized to be the savior of the two kinds from the evil Sandrino (Richard). But when she fails to show powers as a savior, she flees and faces the world of mortals. Here, she meets Tristan (Daniel) a young man hunting for the vampire who killed his father.
Will Malia be the key to the justice Tristan yearns for? Will she return to the world she left behind and re-embrace her destiny according to the prophecy?
The third instalment of the hit Imortal trilogy, La Luna Sangre was one of the most watched programs in the country on weeknights and one of the most talked about on social media. It even extended viewers experience online by creating a spin off web series on iWant TV titled Youtopia, the Moonchasers.ph website, and the La Luna Sangre filter and game apps.
Meanwhile, catch up on real stories of dreams and victories with hosts Alex Gonzaga, Kim Chiu, Melai Cantiveros, and Robi Domingo in Star Hunt, now airing on Jeepney TV every Sunday.
Since it began airing in August, Star Hunt has featured interesting and heart-warming perspectives of people who fall in line during auditions, patiently waiting for their turn to show director Lauren Dyogi and the whole country what they’ve got.
KathNiel’s journey to love and victory in La Luna Sangre airs every Saturday at 5:00 p.m. beginning Sept. 22, and follow dreams-turned-to-reality in Star Hunt, every Sunday at 8:00 p.m. PM. Jeepney TV is available on ABS-CBN TVplus channel 11, SKYcable channel 9, Destiny Cable Analog 41 and Digital 9.
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