ABS-CBN finally addresses questions on where to watch ‘Ang Probinsyano’

ABS-CBN finally addresses questions on where to watch ‘Ang Probinsyano’

- It was reported a few days ago that “Ang Probinsyano” and other ABS-CBN shows will resume their taping

- Many netizens, especially avid Kapamilya viewers, got excited after hearing the news

- However, some of them also questioned where to watch the programs since ABS-CBN is currently off the air

- The media giant finally responded to the queries of netizens by revealing where and when to watch its shows

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Many people got really excited upon knowing that “Ang Probinsyano” and other ABS-CBN shows will already resume taping their upcoming episodes.

However, KAMI learned that there are still questions about where to watch the Kapamilya programs since the said network is currently off the air.

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For the first time since the queries were raised online, the media giant already revealed when and where its shows can be watched.

The news site ABS-CBN Entertainment reported today that all upcoming episodes of “Ang Probinsyano” and other series will be shown nationwide beginning June 13.

They can be streamed on cable and satellite TV such as SKY, G Sat, Cablelink, and most member-cable operators of the Philippine Cable Television Association.

The report also mentioned that the hit TV series will begin its comeback by releasing a ten-episode recap of the current season.

ABS-CBN vows to find possible ways to reach more Filipinos amid the controversial stoppage of its broadcast operations.

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In a previous article by , Susan Roces will not attend the scheduled tapings of “Ang Probinsyano” amid COVID-19 pandemic.

ABS-CBN is a giant broadcasting firm in the Philippines. Its 25-year franchise expired on May 5 and the company was not able to get another license to continue operating on television.

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