MANILA, PHILIPPINES — More Filipino viewers nationwide will get to enjoy the numerous blockbuster films on Cinema One and the exciting music content of MYX as the two ABS-CBN pay TV channels air on Cignal beginning Thursday (July 1).
The home of Filipino blockbuster movies Cinema One, now on Cignal Ch. 45, is bringing tons of fresh and classic films through its 24/7 programming, including edgy content from the long-running Cinema One Originals festival.
This July, catch various Kapamilya movies on Star Cinema Primetime, Mondays thru Fridays at 7 pm, Coco Martin’s movies on Friday Action at 10 pm, Sarah Geronimo’s films on Romance Central, Sundays at 5 pm, and Comedy King Dolphy’s classics on Restored Cinema, Sundays at 9 pm. Cignal subscribers can also catch new episodes of Bianca Gonzalez’s weekly entertainment magazine show, “CinemaNews,” every Friday at 9 pm.
The country’s leading music channel, MYX is also now available through Cignal Ch. 150, bringing in the latest music videos and news about today’s hottest OPM and international artists.
The music channel puts Zild on MYX Spotlight this July as well as the OPM band The Itchyworms as MYX Headliner. Viewers can also catch the new season of Edward Barber’s hit talk show “Kwentong Barber,” premiering on Saturday (July 3) at 8 pm. “Myxellaneous,” which airs Tuesdays at 8 pm, will also feature P-pop girl group BINI on July 6, Calum Scott and Lukas Graham on July 13, Zild on July 20, and Maymay Entrata on July 27.
Cinema One and MYX will be free for active Cignal Postpaid, Prepaid Ultimate HD, and Premium SD subscribers only from July 1-31, 2021. Both pay TV channels are under the ABS-CBN subsidiary, Creative Programs, Inc.
Tune in for your daily dose of blockbuster movies on Cinema One via Cignal Ch. 45 and make sure to catch the latest music news and videos on MYX via Cignal Ch. 150. For updates, follow @abscbnpr on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram or visit www.abs-cbn.com/newsroom.