ABS-CBN’s popular and well-loved television series Halik and Pangako Sa’Yo are now making waves abroad after the Kapamilya network secured deals with media networks in Tanzania and Dominican Republic to air the top-rating programs in their respective countries.
Halik, which won Best Acting Ensemble in a Drama Series at the 50th Box Office Entertainment Awards, has been airing in Tanzania since February after ABS-CBN forged a deal with African multimedia company, Azam Media.
Meanwhile, the Pangako Sa’Yo 2015 remake starring Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo, marks a new milestone this 2018 as the first Philippine drama in the Dominican Republic that started airing in March on Color Vision Canal 9.
With the two series’ presence abroad, ABS-CBN continues to grow its international business, adding to the over 40,000 hours of content the leading media and entertainment company has sold worldwide.
Both Kapamilya teleseryes have a passionate legion of fans after captivating viewers from all walks of life.
Halik ended its run on Philippine TV strongly, recording an average audience share of 25 percent in April. Its finale episode also trended on social media.
On the other hand, Pangako Sa’Yo remains as the most successful distributed Philippine drama series internationally after being sold to 16 countries. Likewise, it is the only internationally adapted Filipino drama, with format buys by Asia and Latin America.
ABS-CBN’s content, popular for their heartfelt Filipino stories, are available across other territories through ABS-CBN International Distribution, recognized in the global arena as a reliable foreign content provider. Living up to this recognition, ABS-CBN International Distribution commits to add to its first line-up of high-caliber programs and movies with cast and storylines that appeal to various cultures. Visit https://www.abs-cbn.com/internationalsales/about for more details.
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