10 Fun Reasons To Watch YeY This Summer



The fun never ends on the YeY channel on ABS-CBN TVplus as it features many shows to catch all-day this summer. Watch out for new TV shows and back-to-back movies that are sure to captivate the whole family.

1. My Hero Academia (Monday to Friday, 8 PM)

Izuku is a young ordinary boy in a world where superpowers are the norm. After he saves a dreaded bully from an evil villain, his favorite hero All Might hears of his good deeds and bestows him with superpowers. Thanks to his new powers, Izuku enrolls in a special high school that educates future heroes and embarks on a new adventure.

2. The Garfield Show (Monday to Friday, 2 PM)

Everyone’s favorite fat cat Garfield returns to television in this animated cartoon. Meet the original characters Jon (his owner), Odie, Arlene, and Nermal and tune into Garfield’s latest misadventures at home and around the neighborhood.

3. The Fairly Oddparents (Saturday to Sunday, 11 PM)

Ten year-old Timmy is a young boy whose parents ignore him and who is constantly tormented by his evil babysitter Vicky and mean teacher Mr. Crocker. Luckily for Timmy, he is bestowed with magical fairy godparents Cosmo and Wanda, who stay by him and help make life easier… most of the time. Things take an interesting turn when Mr. Crocker starts suspecting Timmy for possessing fairy godparents and tries to capture them.

4. Superbook Reimagined (Saturdays and Sundays, 6:30 PM)

Christopher Peeper discovers the Bible “Superbook,” a time travel machine that sends him, his friend Joy, and his clockwork toy robot Gizmo back to the events found in the Old Testament. Keep up with Christopher and his friends as they meet biblical characters along the way and stumble into adventures beyond their imagination.

5. Spongebob Squarepants (Monday to Friday at 10 PM; Saturday and Sunday at 9 am)

Spongebob Squarepants is a clumsy but lovable sea sponge known for getting into the wildest scrapes. Get transported into the depths of the ocean with Spongebob as he navigates life in Bikini Bottom with his friends and neighbors.

6. Harvey Beaks (Monday to Friday, 11 AM)

Meet the lovable bird Harvey Beaks and his friends Fee and Foo as they look for adventure in the forest Littlebark Grove, the magical place they call home.

7. My Life as a Teenage Robot (Monday to Friday, 12 NN)

Jenny Wakeman is a robot created by an elderly scientist. All she wants is to live life like a regular girl, even as she protects the world from evil forces. Tag along with Jenny as she juggles life as a robot, a hero, and a regular teenage girl.

8. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles ( May 7, 2018, 12 PM)

Four turtles who live in the sewers of New York battle criminals, villains, mutated creatures, and even aliens, as they try to keep their existence a secret. Tag along on their action-packed adventures against crime, even as they try to enjoy regular human things like eating pizza and playing sports.

9. Team YeY (Sunday to Saturday, 8:30 AM and 3:00 PM)

“Team Yey” is an all-kids variety show packed with activities your children will enjoy all week long. The show introduces new activities everyday: singing, dancing, arts and crafts, sports, storytelling, fun games and even food preparation, with themed segments led by different kiddie hosts every day. The show, in its third season, also tackles different topics while instilling the values ​​of fun learning, teamwork, and friendship.

10. KidSine Weekends (Saturdays and Sundays, 5 PM to 9 PM)

Parents and kids can enjoy wholesome entertainment right at home, as YeY’s KidSine airs back-to-back local movies every Saturday and a 2-hour catch up of the franchise hit Your Face Sounds Familiar Kids (Take 2), back-to-back with a foreign movie every Sunday. The lineup of KidSine movies for May include “Family Tree” (May 12), “Volta” (May 12), “Freaky Friday” (May 13), “Kambal Tuko” (May 19), “Ang Tanging Ina” (May 19), “Akeela and the Bee” (May 20), “Bunsong Kerubin” (May 26), “Cedie (remastered)” (May 26), and “Tarzan 3D” (May 27).











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