In line with the launch of its “I Am Hero” advocacy campaign, Hero TV truly rises above the average and continues to promote the celebration of adventure and creativity that leads its viewers to discover the “hero within” themselves.
Learn and love boxing together with Ippo in Knockout (Hajime No Ippo) as he begins to explore the boxing world and become a champion from just being a timid high school guy that once saved from being bullied by a boxer named Takamura. Fascinated by Takamura’s skills, Ippo begins to learn boxing, soon finding love for the sport and a drive to challenge the boxing world. Starting August 23, catch Knockout on Weekdays at 7am, 1:30pm, 7pm and 10:30pm.
If boxing is not your thing, then why not watch this high-flying basketball series Buzzer Beater. Get to know Hideyoshi, a homeless boy living in New York in the near future, who survives by hustling other kids in basketball games became pro player with a very unique goal—to beat the physically superior alien players and bring the championship back home to Earth by making the first all-human team to compete in the Space League. Premiering on August 20, Buzzer Beater airs Monday to Friday at 7:30pm, 2:30pm, 10pm and 1am.
Of course the saga of back-to-back all-time favorite animated series continue to rule in Hero TV series. Everyday at 8am and 12:30pm, don’t miss to watch the cute little girl magician Cha Cha in Akazukin Cha Cha. Join Cha Cha in her adventures and magic exploration and in her quest to find out her real identiy and her real family.
For gamers, mastering the rules in Master of Epic will surely be easy for you. Be with Tatari, Suites and Ailuropoda in their unique quest which pokes the game mechanics and the sometimes illogical rules of Massively Multiplayer Online Role playing game. Watch Master of Epic every Saturday and Sunday at 9am, 7:30pm and 1:30am.
Follow the adventures of Shu in Blue Dragon as he defends their village together with his friends Jiro and Kluke as they receive the powers of shadow from a warrior named Zola, and have the ability that let them transform their shadows into a powerful monster. Witness how Shu receive the one of the powerful monster every Saturday and Sunday at 7:30am, 10:30am, 3:30pm, 6:30pm and 11pm.
As the Digimon fever continues, a different adventure and mission awaits the Digi-Kids. Each of the Digimon Tamer, has a unique idea on how Digimon should be taken cared of. But when the other Digimon starts to surface, their differences must be set aside for them to stop the digital intruders; although Yamaki, being the leader of a secret syndicate called Hypnos, is threatening to vanquish all of the Digimon by himself . Watch their adventures on Digimon Tamers (Season 3) on Weekdays at 6:00am, 11:30am and 8pm and on Weekends at 6am, 11:30am and 7pm.
Explore the space with the Voltron Lion Force. Watch them defend planet of Arus against the hungry ambitions of King Zarkon’s kingdom on Planet Doom via weekend marathon at 1pm and 8:30pm.
Finally, complete your week by watching Dubber’s Cut: Code Geass. Dubber’s Cut is an interstitial that shows in-depth insights of the dubbing supervisor about Code Geass– from voice character selection to dubbing proper. We’ll hear fresh from the expert the ins and outs of the dubbing operations and their exciting experiences.
So join in and get inspired by our new and seasoned Hero TV champions and fulfil your destiny of becoming the hero that you always aspire to be.
Hero TV is on channel 44 available on Sky Cable Gold, SkyCable Silver and other quality cable operators nationwide.