2004 in Philippine television

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List of years in Philippine television

The following is a list of events affecting Philippine television in 2004. Events listed include television show debuts, finales, cancellations, and channel launches, closures and rebrandings, as well as information about controversies and carriage disputes.

Events[edit]

  • March 12 – Frontpage: Ulat ni Mel Tiangco, the early-evening national solo-anchored newscast, ended its two-year run as an early-evening national newscast and Mike Enriquez leaves the late-night newscast Saksi.
  • March 15 – 24 Oras, the fourth early-evening national newscast in Filipino of GMA Network, was launched with "Frontpage" anchor Mel Tiangco and Saksi anchor Mike Enriquez. A brand-new Saksi with Emergency and Unang Hirit host Arnold Clavio joined Vicky Morales as co-anchors and re-titled as "Saksi: Liga ng Katotohanan".
  • August 23 - ETC was launched by Solar Entertainment Corporation as a female-oriented cable channel. On January 1, 2008, began to lease airtime on SBN choosing to broadcast programming from its entertainment channel on UHF free-to-air television channel 21. until March 1, 2011 ETC This partnership ended in March 2, 2011, as Solar transferred ETC to RPN on VHF free-to-air television channel 9. But on November 30, 2013, the channel returned to SBN.
  • November 18 – Asia's longest-running noontime show Eat Bulaga! celebrated its 25th silver anniversary with a grand celebration held at the Expo Filipino in Clark Air Base, Angeles City, Pampanga, its presentation title is Eat Bulaga Silver Special.
  • November 22 - TV Patrol became TV Patrol World and Julius Babao was joined by Karen Davila and Ted Failon, replacing Korina Sanchez during the first TV Patrol era. Sanchez replaced its original anchor Noli de Castro three years ago due to his election as senator and became vice president this year.

Premieres[edit]

Date Show
January 20 American Idol (season 3) on ABC 5
February 2 Te Amo, Maging Sino Ka Man on GMA
February 9 At Home Ka Dito on ABS-CBN
Loving You on GMA
February 15 Partners with Mel Tiangco on GMA
February 21 MTB: Ang Saya Saya on ABS-CBN
February 22 PBA on ABC on ABC 5
February 23 Marina on ABS-CBN
March 1 Ikaw Sa Puso Ko on GMA
Sarah the Teen Princess on ABS-CBN
Irene on GMA
Star Circle Quest on ABS-CBN
Wazzup Wazzup on Studio 23
March 6 Nginiig on ABS-CBN
March 8 Hanggang Kailan on GMA
March 15 24 Oras on GMA
March 20 StarStruck Kids on GMA
March 29 Mangarap Ka on ABS-CBN
Guardian Angel on GMA
April 3 Lovely Day on GMA
April 12 Sentro on ABC 5
ABC News Update on ABC 5
April 17 Art Angel on GMA
April 24 Salamat Dok on ABS-CBN
May 1 At Your Service-Star Power on GMA
May 9 TV Patrol Linggo on ABS-CBN
May 15 TV Patrol Sabado on ABS-CBN
May 16 Rated K on ABS-CBN
May 23 ASAP Fanatic on ABS-CBN
May 24 Endless Love: Summer Scent on GMA
May 31 Good Morning, Kris on ABS-CBN
June 6 Seasons of Love on ABS-CBN
June 7 Victim Extreme on ABS-CBN
June 13 SOP Gigsters on GMA
June 19 EK Channel on ABS-CBN
June 21 Marinara on GMA
June 26 Hoy Gising! Kapamilya on ABS-CBN
June 28 30 Days on GMA
July 3 Pinoy Pop Superstar on GMA
Bitoy's Funniest Videos on GMA
July 12 Hiram on ABS-CBN
SCQ Reload on ABS-CBN
August 2 Mulawin on GMA
August 15 Mel & Joey on GMA
August 16 Joyride on GMA
August 28 Wag Kukurap on GMA
September 14 Bahay Mo Ba 'To on GMA
Reporter's Notebook on GMA
The Insider on ETC
September 27 Forever in My Heart on GMA
October 11 Krystala on ABS-CBN
D'X-Man on UNTV
Morning Star on ABS-CBN
GetBackers on ABS-CBN
October 18 Leya, Ang Pinakamagandang Babae Sa Ilalim Ng Lupa on GMA
November 6 Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho on GMA
November 15 Lovers in Paris on ABS-CBN
December 13 Spirits on ABS-CBN

Unknown dates[edit]

Unknown[edit]

  • 3R on GMA
  • Captain Fatz on GMA
  • Kerygma TV on SBN 21
  • Friends Again on SBN 21
  • Jesus: Lord Of The Nations on SBN 21
  • Oras ng Katotohanan on SBN 21
  • Tinig ng Kanayng Pagbabalik on SBN 21
  • Legal Forum on ZOE TV 11
  • New Life TV Shopping on ZOE TV 11
  • America's Next Top Model on Studio 23
  • Citizen Pinoy on ANC
  • Kaya Mo Ba 'To? on ABS-CBN
  • Victim Undercover on ABS-CBN
  • Gundam Seed on ABS-CBN
  • 100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd on ABS-CBN
  • Chowtime Na! on IBC 13
  • Newsbeat on Net 25
  • Sports Desk on Solar Sports
  • The Basketball Show on ABC 5
  • EZ Shop on NBN-4/IBC 13
  • Serbis on the Go on IBC 13
  • Frontlines on ABC 5
  • INQ TV on ABC 5
  • Art Is Kool on ABC 5
  • Chikiting Patrol on ABC 5
  • KNN: Kabataan News Network on ABC 5
  • How 'Bout My Place on ABC 5
  • Island Flavors on ABC 5
  • Community Mass On ABC on ABC 5
  • Three Blind Dates on ABC 5
  • All Star Professional Wrestling on ABC 5
  • Inside Insight on RPN 9
  • Oh Yes, Johnny's Back! on RPN 9
  • Barkada Trip on Studio 23
  • The Planet on Net 25
  • Ilaw ng Kaligtasan on Net 25
  • What's Up Doc? on UNTV 37
  • Ads Unlimited on UNTV 37
  • Pangarap ng Puso on UNTV 37
  • Ayon sa Bibliya on UNTV 37
  • Workshop on TV on UNTV 37
  • Ano sa Palagay Mo? on UNTV 37
  • Kids at Work on UNTV 37
  • Teleskwela on UNTV 37
  • KNC on UNTV 37
  • Kakampi Mo Ang Batas on UNTV 37
  • Sound Connections on UNTV 37
  • Truth in Focus on UNTV 37
  • FAQ's on UNTV 37
  • Make My Day with Larry Henares on UNTV 37
  • Mr. Fix It on UNTV 37
  • Kulay Pinoy on UNTV 37
  • Chika Mo, Chika Ko on UNTV 37
  • Serbisyo Publiko on UNTV 37
  • Mr. Bean: The Animated Series on ABS-CBN

Programs transferring networks[edit]

Date Show Moved from Moved to
February 22 Philippine Basketball Association NBN/IBC ABC 5

Finales[edit]

Unknown dates[edit]

Unknown[edit]

Networks[edit]

Launches[edit]

Closures[edit]

Unknown[edit]

  • DBS 35

Births[edit]

Deaths[edit]

  • February 18 - Frankie Evangelista, 69, former radio-TV anchor (born July 24, 1934)
  • February 21 - Nestor de Villa, 75, former actor (born July 6, 1928)
  • March 4 - Halina Perez, 22, former sexy star (born December 11, 1981)
  • April 27 - Larry Silva, 66, former actor and comedian (born 1937)
  • July 31 - Roger Mariano, 44, former DZJC anchor (born 1960)
  • August 14 - Bomber Moran, 59, former actor (born October 18, 1944)
  • August 30 - Dely Atay-Atayan, 90, former comedian (born March 17, 1914)
  • September 24 - Christopher Misajon, 31, former GMA Iloilo correspondent (born 1973)
  • September 26 - Beda Orquejo, 55, TV Director/Editor/Cameraman of Family Rosary Crusade (born 1948)
  • October 4 - Rio Diaz, 45, former TV host/actress/beauty queen (born 1959)
  • November 10 - Katy de la Cruz. 97, singer, actress, known as "Queen of Bodabil" (born 1907)
  • November 19 - George Canseco, 70, Filipino song composer (born April 23, 1934)

See also[edit]