GMA Network’s second free-to-air channel GTV further widens its coverage areas in Northern and Central Luzon as well as in Southern Tagalog.
Residents located in Benguet, La Union, Pangasinan, Tarlac, portions of Nueva Ecija and Ilocos Sur, as well as in Batangas and parts of Quezon Province can now expect a sharper, more vibrant, and high-quality TV viewing experience that they can enjoy while watching the colorful line-up of GTV programs.
Viewers can continue watching newscasts Dobol B TV, Balitanghali, 24 Oras, 24 Oras Weekend, State of the Nation (SONA), as well as GMA Regional TV Strip and GMA Regional TV Weekend News.
Sports fans can catch all the action daily on Rise Up Stronger: NCAA Season 96 as the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) kicked off the extraordinary Season 96 last June in a courageous step to adapt to the new normal.
Meanwhile, well-loved public affairs and lifestyle shows also include Farm to Table, I Juander, Pusong Pinoy Sa Amerika, Pinoy A+, My Fantastic Pag-ibig, Brigada, Taste Buddies, Pop Talk, and newly-launched comedy-gag-variety show FLEX. GTV’s Happy Hour strip likewise includes Good News, Pinas Sarap, Pera Paraan, IRL, and Biyahe ni Drew.
In addition to these original shows, viewers also get to enjoy a vibrant mix of animated series, foreign series, as well as local and Hollywood movies on movie blocks Siesta Fiesta Movies, Afternoon Movie Break, and G! Flicks on GTV.
Catch GTV in the Northern and Central Luzon via analog free-to-air UHF Channel 22, in Southern Tagalog via Channel 26, or on digital broadcast via GMA Affordabox and GMA Now as well as on other digital TV receivers. More coverage areas are likewise soon to be announced as GTV continues its analog upgrades.
GTV’s programs also air abroad via the Network’s international channels GMA Pinoy TV, GMA Life TV, and GMA News TV.
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