‘Primetime Todo’ ng TV5 puro exciting shows ang ibibida

Leo Bukas

TV5, through its partnership with Cignal TV, will dominate the  primetime evenings and bring an influx of fresh and familiar stars as they launched the newest lineup of teleseryes na nagsimula na nitong Lunes, November 23.

Cignal Entertainment, the film and television production arm of Cignal TV, has commissioned Archangel Media to bring Ate ng Ate Ko & Carpool, Cornerstone Entertainment for Stay-in Love, and Viva Entertainment to bring Bella Bandida and Kagat ng Dilim sa primetime block ng TV5 (tuwing 9:30 p.m.) na tinawag nilang Primetime Todo.

‘Primetime Todo’ ng TV5  puro exciting shows ang ibibida
Primetime Todo line-up ng TV5

Bida sina Kris Bernal at Isabelle de Leon sa newest weekly primetime series na Ate ng Ate Ko kasama sina Jake Cuenca, Tonton Gutierrez, Joem Bascon, Kim Last at Phil Noble.

The show is about ‘dissociative fugue’ which is a rare form of amnesia wherein one loses awareness of their identity or other important personal information.

Isang romantic comedy naman ang Stay-in Love na pagbibidahan ni Maris Racal kasama sina Bobby Andrews, Pooh, Marc David, Ruffa Gutierrez at Kokoy de Santos. Mapapanood ito tuwing Tuesday at 9:30 p.m.

‘Primetime Todo’ ng TV5  puro exciting shows ang ibibida
Ryza Cenon as ‘Bella Bandida’

Isa pang bagong show ng TV5 ay ang action drama na Bella Bandida na pinagbibidahan ni Ryza Cenon.

Ang Carpool naman ay isang suspense thriller series which will tackle the lives of four young individuals portrayed by Sarah Carlos, Alex Diaz, Kate Lapuz and Kenneth Medrano. Viewers can catch Carpool on TV5 starting November 26 and will air every Thursday at 9:30 p.m.

Kagat ng Dilim, is the 2020 evolution of the horror anthology series in the early 2000s.  This time, four of the most talented, young and well-known directors of the genre were enlisted to craft 13 episodes of terrifying tales that have haunted the minds of Filipinos.

‘Primetime Todo’ ng TV5  puro exciting shows ang ibibida
Ate ng Ate Ko ft. Kris Bernal, Isabelle de Leon, Joem Bascon and Jake Cuenca

The stories, created by directors Lawrence Fajardo, Richard Somes, Paul Basinillo and Rae Red, are set to give a new generation of Pinoy horror fans a few more reasons to be afraid of the dark.

Ate ng Ate Ko, Stay-in Love and Carpool will have a next day catch-up airing every 5:30 p.m. via One Screen on Cignal TV Channel 09 and SatLite Channel 35.