TFC’s Exciting New Shows in 2011 Can Now Be Seen On TFC Video On Demand
Subscribers to enjoy big savings with Bigay Todo Pa Rin Promo 2011
Redwood City, CA (Vocus/PRWEB) January 14, 2011
As shows of all genres like Mara Clara, Imortal and TV Patrol continue to lord it in the nationwide and Metro Manila TV ratings in the Philippines since last year, ABS-CBN shows on The Filipino Channel (TFC) in the U.S. promise to be even bigger and brighter in 2011.
Consider the following that are set to premiere in the first quarter of the year: a newly buff Gerald Anderson tries to cement his title as “Action Drama Prince of the Philippines” as he plays the lead role in popular komiks writer-illustrator Rod Santiago’s Buhawi Jack. Gerald had to get in the best physical shape of his life and learn the Filipino martial art of arnis for the realistic fight scenes in the new series. Paired with him is the newest star of the TFC stable of talents, Jewel Mische, who also trained for arnis.
Then Gerald’s equally famous and former on-and-off screen partner, Kim Chiu, the country’s formidable “Primetime Drama Princess”, finds a new leading man in Agua Bendita standout, Matteo Guidicelli, in the upcoming drama romance set in the streets of Manila’s Chinatown: Binondo Girl.
After their successful team-up in the historical film, Baler, Anne Curtis and Jericho Rosales reunite on the small screen for the Philippine adaptation of the hit koreanovela, Green Rose. Joining them are Jake Cuenca and Alessandra De Rossi.
A promising new teleserye is set to unfold and brings with it an all-star cast: Minsan Lang Kitang Iibigin (I Will Only Love You Once) is topbilled by Lorna Tolentino, Coco Martin, Andi Eigenmann and Maja Salvador. Providing more star power is the supporting cast led by Tonton Gutierrez, John Estrada, Boots Anson-Roa, Ronaldo Valdez and Amy Austria.
All these new shows are made even more exciting with the availability of TFC’s Video On Demand Service (TFC VOD). Now, subscribers can play, pause, rewind and fast-forward all TFC shows at their convenience. Not only do they get to watch TFC when and how they want it; with the archived content feature, they can revisit and watch episodes from the beginning of past and ongoing shows. Thus, with TFC VOD, subscribers will never miss any episode of their favorite shows.
Using broadband Internet technology (with a minimum speed of 2mbps), TFC VOD subscribers can choose to watch TFC on TV or on their computer (Platinum package at $29.99) or just on TV (Lite package at $16.99).
So that more TFC fans can avail of the TFC VOD service, ABS-CBN International launched its Bigay Todo Pa Rin sa 2011 Promo (January 1-February 28, 2011). Customers who avail of this promo can save as much as $175. All they need to do is to activate the subscription within the promo period.
Catch all the new and exciting TFC shows in 2011 on TFC Video On Demand. For more information, call 1-877-GOTFC or visit http://www.abs-cbnglobal.com/tfcondemand. Check out also this TVC: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tpuFyz6GpyE
About ABS-CBN International
ABS-CBN International was created over 15 years ago to be of service to all Filipinos. With the launch of The Filipino Channel (TFC), the company became the first and most successful Filipino broadcaster in the U.S. The company offers telecommunication, retail, theatricals, money remittance and cargo services, online audio and video streaming, IPTV, On Demand, along with philanthropic support for Filipinos and the communities they now call home. Based in Redwood City, Calif., ABS-CBN International is a wholly-owned subsidiary of ABS-CBN Corporation, the Philippines’ multimedia company. For more information, visit http://www.abs-cbnglobal.com.
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