Primetime King Coco Martin brings action and laughter as his iconic
films take the spotlight on Cinema One this November.
Catch him as the good cop named Jack in “Jack Em Popoy: The
Puliscredibles” (Nov. 5), a hero named Flavio in “Ang Panday”
(Nov. 12), the wrongfully accused Pol in “3pol Trobol: Huli Ka
Balbon!” (Nov. 19), and gang leader Paco in “The Super Parental
Guardians” (Nov. 26), which airs on Blockbuster Sundays, 7pm.
Witness the charm and versatility of Angelica Panganiban as Cinema One
relives some of her memorable big screen moments this November. Catch
Angelica as a troubled wife named Lizelle in “I Love You, Goodbye”
(Nov. 6), hopeful Pia in “Exes Baggage” (Nov. 13), fierce woman
named Jacqueline in “One More Try” (Nov. 20), and best friend Deena
in “Unbreakable” (Nov. 27). These films will air on Monday Drama at
Meanwhile, Kapamilya leading man Paulo Avelino also shows off his acting
prowess through Cinema One’s Romance Central. Fall in love with Paulo
as mayoral candidate Philip in “Kasal” (Nov. 5), carefree man named
Brian in “The Unmarried Wife” (Nov. 12), handsome bachelor Philip in
“The Bride and the Lover” (Nov. 19), and the uptight housemate Jerry
in “Status: It’s Complicated” (Nov. 26) airing Sundays at 5pm.
Rewatch the remarkable works of award-winning director Cathy Garcia as
Cinema One brings her blockbuster films through C1 Masters. Don’t miss
Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla’s “The Hows of Us” (Nov. 1),
Sarah Geronimo and John Lloyd Cruz’s “You Changed My Life” (Nov.
8), Angel Locsin and Bea Alonzo’s “Four Sisters and a Wedding”
(Nov. 15), John Lloyd Cruz and Bea Alonzo’s “A Second Chance”
(Nov. 22), and Alden Richards and Kathryn Bernardo’s “Hello, Love,
Goodbye” (Nov. 29), which airs every Wednesday at 9pm.
Cinema One, the home of Filipino blockbuster movies, is available on
Cignal ch. 45, SKYcable ch. 56, GSat Direct TV ch. 14, and other local
cable service providers.