Tanders network: Manny Villar’s AllTV airs old content from TV5, ABS-CBN

Ultra bilyonaryo Manny Villar is turning to competition for content as AllTV is still building manpower to produce its own shows.

The network, which is airing on analog channel 2 previously assigned to ABS-CBN, has been airing old programs from TV5 and the Lopez-owned network.

One of AllTV’s airtime fillers is a TV series of Nora Aunor titled “Sa Ngalan ng Ina,” a TV5 production from way back in 2011.

There’s also the 2018 drama of Julia Barretto titled “Ngayon at Kailanman,” and the Kapamilya series “Doble Kara” starring Julia Montes which started airing in 2015.

That’s a major throwback!

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