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New digital channel ‘Heart of Asia’ launched 

As it celebrates its 70th anniversary, GMA Network continues to change the game in providing top-notch entertainment to every Filipino household with the launch of its new digital TV channel Heart of Asia.

The boys of family drama ‘Sky Castle,’ Hwang Woo Joo, Cha Ki Joon, and Cha Seo Joon.
 

Launched on June 29, the channel offers the biggest and the freshest K-drama titles Sky Castle, Dong Yi, and Love in Trouble, alongside the best Asianovela series like Chinese fantasy series Starry Night, Starry Sea, and Lakorn You’re My Destiny, all dubbed in Filipino.

Apart from these Asianovelas, the channel offers as well a blend of all-time favorite Kapuso contents that varies from The Best of GMA to various Pinoy and foreign movies.

Take a journey back in time with Philippine TV’s epic series Amaya, top billed by Marian Rivera. Viewers can also catch the 2011 remake of Ikaw Lang Ang Mamahalin, starring Barbie Forteza, Joshua Dionisio, Joyce Ching, and Kristoffer Martin.

Meanwhile, dubbed as the “glossy drama masterpiece” of primetime television, Legacy stars Heart Evangelista and Lovi Poe together with award-winning actress Alessandra De Rossi.

Last but not the least, relive heart-warming love and life stories in the ‘90s via T.G.I.S. (Thank God It’s Sabado), the youth-oriented drama series which catapulted the careers of many celebrities such as Angelu de Leon, Bobby Andrews, Sunshine Dizon, and Dingdong Dantes, among others.

Viewers can catch the Heart of Asia channel on the GMA Affordabox and on other digital TV boxes on free-to-air broadcast.

Topics: Sky Castle , Hwang Woo Joo , Cha Ki Joon , Cha Seo Joon , GMA Affordabox , GMA Network
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