ABS-CBN’s flagship newscast, Television patrol, is now broadcast again on free television.
Effective today, January 3, 2022, Television patrol will be part of the prime-time programming of A2Z Channel 11, where ABS-CBN has an existing blocktime deal since October 2020.
Based on A2Z programming for its weekday programming, Television patrol occupies the 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. time slot, which is the same as its programming on cable channels Kapamilya Channel and ANC, and on Kapamilya Online Live and Television patrolhis own streaming YouTube channel.
During this time, Primetime Zinema has been renamed Zinema afternoon, and now has the 4:00 p.m. to 5:45 p.m. slot.
Television patrolthe weekend edition, Televised Patrol Weekend, began airing on A2Z on January 1, 2022.
The last time on TV Patrol broadcast on free TV was May 5, 2021, the day the the cease-and-desist order from the National Telecommunications Commission entered into force.
It was the last TV show to air on ABS-CBN at 6:19 p.m. or six minutes earlier than its 6:25 p.m. timeslot during the height of the pandemic.
The last broadcast of Television patrol was devoted to the shutdown of ABS-CBN, including interviews with loyal viewers who spoke about how the network has changed their lives and affected their lifestyles, as well as the latest posts from big ABS bosses -CBN Carlo Katigbak and Mark Lopez.
May 7, 2020, Television patrol has resumed broadcasting on ANC and streaming on Facebook, iWant and YouTube.
Television patrol was supposed to air simultaneously on Kapamilya Channel on June 15, 2020, but was subsequently banned from its programming.
However, on July 27, 2020, Television patrol started airing on Kapamilya Channel and Kapamilya Online Live.
Television patrol has also undergone many changes after the closure of ABS-CBN, including the departure of its main anchors Ted Failon and Noli de Castro and meteorologist Kim Atienza.
Television patrolThe current main anchors of are Henry Omaga Diaz, Bernadette Sembrano and Karen Davila, with Ariel Rojas as weather meteorologist and Gretchen Fullido as showbiz reporter.
TV Patrol launched two new segments on October 25, 2021: “Winning Moment” with Winnie Cordero and “Alam N’yo Ba? with Boyet Sison.
Marc Logan’s “Mga Kwento ni Marc Logan” also made a comeback that day.
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