The Filipino Channel (TFC) will continue its services to Filipinos worldwide despite the Philippine Congress' decision to vote against granting ABS-CBN a new franchise.
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In a statement on socials today, July 11, they said, "We remain committed to be of service to you, our Kapamilya abroad. We will continue to deliver news and entertainment. We will continue to provide public service. TFC will always be a companion of overseas Filipinos worldwide."
"TV Patrol," "Teleradyo Live," and "Bandila" and more news shows are still available on TFC. So are popular Kapamilya shows such as "FPJ's Ang Probinsyano," "MMK," "A Soldier's Heart," "Love Thy Woman," and ABS-CBN Films, Blacksheep's new BL series "Hello, Stranger."
You can also catch movies on TFC’s KBO: Vice Ganda's latest comedy with Anne Curtis, "The Mall, The Merrier" is available, as are the Bea Alonzo and Angelica Panganiban-starrer "Unbreakable," and Mikhail Red's thriller "Block Z." You can browse through more available films here.
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