List of programs broadcast by 5 (TV channel)

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Programs broadcast by 5, a broadcasting network in the Philippines, includes news and information shows from News5, sports programming produced by ESPN5, entertainment, anime, cartoons, informative and home shopping programs.

For the previously aired defunct shows of this network, see List of programs aired by 5 (TV channel).

Current original programming[edit]

Note: Titles are listed in alphabetical order followed by the year of debut in parentheses.

Newscast[edit]

Horror[edit]

  • #ParangNormal Activity (2019; re-run)
  • Third Eye (2019; re-run)

Public affairs[edit]

  • Agenda (2019; also broadcast on One News)
  • Alagang Kapatid (2010–2012, 2015)
  • Demolition Job (2019; re-run)
  • History with Lourd (2019; re-run)
  • Manindigan (2017; occasional)
  • Morning Calls (2019; simulcast on Radyo5 and One PH)
  • News5 Specials (2017; occasional)
  • Ride PH (2019; also broadcast on One News)
  • The Chiefs (2019; also broadcast on One News)
  • Turbo Time (2019; delayed telecast from Radyo5 and One PH)
  • Wag Po! (2019; delayed telecast from Radyo5 and One PH)

Informative[edit]

  • Bakbakan Na (2017)
  • Healing Galing sa TV (season 16) (2015; new season)
  • Thunderbird Sabong Nation (2019)
  • Totoo (Lunas) (2019)
  • Tukaan (2017)

Religious[edit]

Infomercials[edit]

  • EZ Shop (2005–2008, 2016)

Sports news[edit]

Sports specials[edit]

Sports-oriented programs[edit]

  • Jumpball (2019; also broadcast on PBA Rush)
  • 'Kuwentong Sibol (2019; also broadcast on 5 Plus)
  • Shootaround (2018; also broadcast on PBA Rush)
  • StePBAck (2019; also broadcast on PBA Rush)
  • Playground (2019; also broadcast on PBA Rush)
  • This is Our Team: SEA Games (2019)
  • The Huddle (2019; also broadcast on PBA Rush)

Current acquired programming[edit]

Note: Titles are listed in alphabetical order followed by the year of debut in parentheses.

Drama[edit]

Cartoons[edit]

Movie blocks[edit]

  • Primetime Mega-Hits (2019)
  • Sine Spectacular (2019)
  • Sunday Film Festival (2019)

Sports specials[edit]

  • Heavy Hitters (2017)

Upcoming programs[edit]

Original[edit]

Talk shows
Sports specials

Acquired[edit]

Anime

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]