Sweety has to contend with her over-enthusiastic family that wants her to get married but the ultimate truth is that her love might not find acceptance in her family and society.
Kapwa Ko, Mahal Ko is a public service program aired every Saturday mornings by GMA Network. The show is recognized as the first and longest running public service program in Philippine television. It is currently hosted by Orly Mercado, Connie Angeles and Camille Angeles.
Bayan Ko is a Filipino political drama created by Nessa Valdellon and produced by Eliza Zamora Solis for GMA News and Public Affairs intended for 2013 National Election. The six-part series premiered on March 10, 2013, airs every Sunday night at 6:30 p.m. on GMA News TV and concluded on April 21, 2013. It is written by Rodolfo Vera and directed by Adolfo Alix, Jr.
KO Nation is an American television series which featured up-and-coming boxers in a hip-hop format. Shown on HBO on Saturday afternoons throughout 2000 and 2001, the show featured dancers and hip-hop performances, and was hosted by Fran Charles and Kevin Kelley. Ed Lover was the "face" of the show, and was the ring announcer. The show ultimately failed to attract its target audience and drew low ratings, and was cancelled in 2001.
KO One is a 2005 Taiwanese drama starring Jiro Wang, Calvin Chen, Aaron Yan and Danson Tang. It was produced by Comic International Productions and was first broadcast in Taiwan on cable TV Gala Television Variety Show/CH 28 on 26 November 2005 to 27 May 2006. Before this drama was aired there was not much interests in it, due to the storyline and unfamiliar cast. Despite the new encounters, the ratings of KO One exceeded expectations. Although the ratings were not high, it brought fame to three of the four leads, who are part of the then newly formed Taiwanese boy band called Fahrenheit. This drama also brought fame to the Taiwanese artist, Tank who wrote and sang the opening and ending theme songs. The KO One original soundtrack was the best selling soundtrack of 2006, selling more than 60,000 copies in Taiwan within the first month of release. The sequel The X-Family was broadcast from 8 August 2007 to 23 October 2007 and threequel, K.O.3an Guo was broadcast from 28 February 2009 to 27 February 2010, on cable TV Gala Television Variety Show/CH 28.
Brace yourself Nepalese "Who wants to be a Millionaire" fans. Because the next globally loved franchise which has been doing great in the neighboring country - Ko Bancha Crorepati, is coming to Nepal very soon. And guess who would be the host? He is our very own superstar: Rajesh Hamal.
Wish Ko Lang is the first wish-granting show on Philippine television. Its pilot episode was broadcast July 2002, hosted by Bernadette Sembrano. She was later replaced by Vicky Morales after Sembrano transferred to rival network ABS-CBN. The show celebrated its 8th Anniversary November–December 2010.
Miyako participates in a 1 night and 2 days hiking tour of Mount Fuji. Ryoichi Nozawa is the guide for the hiking tour team of Miyako, Shintaro Kondo, Someno Aoyama and Ai Mitsuke. While hiking through Mount Fuji, Someno looks back and sees Miyako is crouced down and has her hands covering her face. Ryoichi tries to talk to Miyako, but she is frozen. Miyako sees the faint shape of person. Miyako realizes that she has a daughter named Natsuki.
Earth. The not too distant future. A city is miraculously reborn just sixteen years after being completely destroyed by a giant meteor. At the prestigious Graviton High School for Girls, two new students are introduced. A-ko and her ditzy sidekick, C-ko.
The strikingly “handsome,” incredibly “intelligent,” and aggressively “positive” Cody Ko says what everyone else is thinking as the world falls into chaos around him.
Okay ka, fairy ko! is a Filipino television comedy that premiered in 1987. This was Vic Sotto's first self-produced sitcom, which was followed later by 1 For 3.
Hawak Ko Ang Langit is a Filipino drama series produced by TAPE, Inc. for GMA Network. It featured Assunta de Rossi and Jomari Yllana as the lead cast. Written by RJ Nuevas and directed by Gina Alajar premiered July 14, 2003 and concluded October 17, 2003.
Vampire Ang Daddy Ko is a Philippine comedy sitcom starring Vic Sotto and his son, Oyo Boy Sotto. It will also be co-starred by Ryzza Mae Dizon and Jimmy Santos, Bea Binene, Derrick Monasterio, Glaiza de Castro, Anjo Yllana and Pilita Corrales. The show premiered on March 9, 2013 on GMA Network and on March 16, 2013 on GMA Pinoy TV, one week after its original premiere. The show will also serve as Jinri Park & Ryzza Mae Dizon's sitcom debut. The cast for the show started to shoot the show's pilot episode on February 5, 2013. In reports released from the press conference of the show on January 2013, the show will resemble some of the Twilight scenes.
Khushi and Arnav have diametrically opposite ideologies. If Khushi believes in means, Arnav believes only in ends. Khushi's relationships are the most important to her, whereas Arnav believes all people come with a price and can be manipulated for one's benefit.
Koi Aane Ko Hai is a horror show that aired on Colors TV and it started on March 13, 2009. It was the re-make of the hit U.S. Series Supernatural. Koi Aane Ko Hai is the first of its kind show,a mini-series, with each story showcasing a spine chilling tale of real life supernatural occurrences around the country. The show will cover the entire realm of the supernatural, ghosts, ghouls, goblins, zombies, and haunted houses.
Idol Ko si Kap is a situational comedy television show in the Philippines aired every Saturday evenings by GMA Network from 2000 to 2005. The show was part of the network's GMA KiliTV block. It was eventually replaced by Hokus Pokus.
Ikaw Sa Puso ko is a Philippine television series produced by TAPE, Inc. and aired over GMA Network. Directed by Ruel S. Bayani, this drama series is all about love and promises.