Every Saturday, ABS-CBN will be airing the new episodes of Nickelodeon’s popular programs “Go Diego Go” at 8:30 am, “Penguins of Madagascar” at 8:50 am, and “The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron” at 9:10 am.
“Go Diego Go” features the story of eight year old boy Diego Marquez who helps animals in danger while “Penguins of Madagascar” follows Skipper, Kowalski, Rico, and Private in their mission to protect their home in the Central Park Zoo.
Meanwhile, “The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron” is about eleven year old boy Jimmy who has a stunning IQ and love for science. Watch him save his town mostly from his experiments gone wrong.
On Sunday, Marvel provides action-filled morning with two of its most famous superheroes, Spiderman and The Hulk, as they embark on their respective journeys as ordinary humans turned into mutants.
Peter Parker is a nerdy high school student attending a science fair when he was bitten by a radioactive spider and exhibit powerful spider-like abilities. Watch him save the world from villains in “Spiderman” at 8:30 AM.
Banner, on the other hand, was accidentally exposed to a test detonation blast of a gamma bomb he invented which turned him into a giant, raging, humanoid monster. Get to see him as “The Incredible Hulk” at 9:00 AM.
The most-watched television network by kids in the United States, Nickelodeon, gave ABS-CBN the exclusive rights to air its premium titles across all its media platforms in 2010. Pinoy kids already enjoyed “Spongebob Squarepants,” “Dora The Explorer,” “El Tigre,” and “Avatar” which all had successful runs in the Kapamilya Network.
Marvel, on the other hand, which is a large American entertainment company that gave birth to the world’s most famous superheroes through its comic books also entrusted its titles to ABS-CBN. The network earlier aired “The Avengers” and “X-Men” on its weekday morning block.
Aside from Nick and Marvel shows, viewers can also catch the back-to-back airing of “Sailor Moon” and “Naruto Shippuden 4,” Mondays to Fridays, beginning 8:30 AM.
Mornings are definitely better spent with the new Kapamilya cartoon offerings in ABS-CBN.