This April, televiewers will have tons of fun tuning in on PIE Channel’s “The SPG Show.”
Top billed by the irrepressible stand-up comedian Negi, “The SPG Show” — short for “Saktong Pang Gabi” – is humorous, naughty, and edgy.
It discusses the Filipino social construct based on personal experiences and opens the discussion to the audience.
Everyone tuned in is enjoined to open up and express their views freely via sms, calls, and online interviews.
Joining Negi in “The SPG Show” are MNL48’s Rans Rifol and actor-model Argel Saycon.
The show airs weekdays, 9pm only on PIE Channel.
Meanwhile, follow the adventures of James, Dave, Lars, and Cliff as they navigate through the milestones and missteps in growing up and forging friendships in the all-new PIE Shorts presents “Tropa Trobol” which airs daily.
Playing summer’s new fab four are Ishiro Incapas, Chierald Tan, Mathew Cruz, and Jay-R Albino from the Filipino-South Korean boy group survival reality show, Dream Maker.
Joining the boys is Digital and TV comedian Alora Sasam who portrays the winsome Ate Love.
Also on PIE this April, real-life dads duke it out in the highly entertaining “Papa ng Masa.”
Each “papable” exhibits his talent and takes on fun challenges against equally talented and adorable dads.
Root for your favorite “papable” on PIEgalingan Weekends with hosts Anji Salvacion, Sheena Belarmino, and the BB Gurlz every Saturday and Sunday, 4pm.
Plus, join the “The Chosen One Barkadahan” for non-stop summer fun and “kulitan” every Saturday, 7:30pm.
Be part of this happy bunch as they perform, participate in challenges, spark interesting discussions, and interact with fans virtually via the KUMU app.
Can’t get enough of #KathNiel? Relive their early years as a love team via reruns of the magical “Got to Believe.”
Celebrating its 10th year since original broadcast, the endearing story of Joaquin (Daniel Padilla) and Chichay (Kathryn Bernardo) is timeless and sure to enthrall a new generation of fans. Catch “Got to Believe” everyday at 12nn.
Summer PIESaya is coming to you in malls, barangays, local events, and different PIEstas in the country to engage with our Katropies through performances, games, and PIE merch giveaways and prizes.
The traveling event, which debuted at the Panagbenga Festival in Baguio in late February and was attended by more than 1,000 Katropies, is bringing summer fun to more places this April and May.
PIE, the Philippines’ first and leading multiscreen, real-time interactive TV channel is a joint venture among tradigital entertainment company KROMA, the country’s leading storyteller and content creator ABS-CBN, and the largest corporate venture builder in the Philippines, 917Ventures.
Watch, engage, and win on PIE by registering on pie.com.ph.
You can also view PIE on free TV by rescanning your digital box, cable TV through Sky Cable, CableLink, and more, the PIE official YouTube channel, and in the GLife section of the GCash app.