‘Gintama,’ ‘Kuroko’s Basketball’ Bounce Back in Hero TV

Get into a time shift as the number one Filipino-dubbed anime cable channel in the Philippines, Hero TV, brings you anime series that will keep you on the edge of your seats!

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Go back to the year 320 in “Heroic Legend of Arslan” where a young Prince named Arslan sets out to prove his valor on the battlefield for the very first time. However, the Capital City gets under siege when one of the trusted officials betrays the King. With the army in shambles and the Lusitanians out for his head, Arslan is forced to go on the run. He soon sets off on a journey in search of allies to help him take back his home and become the king his father wanted him to be.

Meanwhile in “Orange,” Naho Takamiya receives a strange letter from a 10-year older version of herself. After witnessing several predicted events, she plans to use her acquired knowledge to her advantage in helping Kakeru Naruse, the transfer student specifically mentioned in her letter.

Aside from these exciting new titles, Hero TV welcomes back popular anime programs with their latest installment this summer.

The beloved series returns to conquer courts once more in “Kuroko’s Basketball Season 2.” Serin Basketball is now ready to enter the Winter Cup where the team will face off against the remaining generation of miracles. Can our basketball aces make it to the finals?

In “Gintama: The Final Movie,” Gintoki is warped five years into the future and finds out that the Land of Edo is now in chaos and worst, his past self has already died. He then ventures the lands in disguise to regroup with his friends and carry out the biggest and may be the final job of Yorozuya.

“Gintama: The Final Movie” airs on HERO Theatrixx on Sundays at 9PM, while other Hero TV favorites air Mondays to Fridays: “Orange” at 6:30PM, “Kuroko’s Basketball Season 2” at 7:30PM and “Heroic Legend of Arslan” at 9:30PM.

Other anime series to return this season are “Initial D First Stage,” “Tiger and Bunny: The Beginning,” “Ixion Saga,” “Leviathan,” and “Majestic Prince.”

Hero TV is the only 24-hour Filipino-dubbed anime cable channel, home to international anime hits. The channel also provides the best localized anime experience of adventure and self-discovery through local productions such as My Hero Nation, I-Animate, Comics On Cam, Hero We Go and Hero in Tunes.

Catch Hero TV on SKYcable Channel 44. For updates, visit and like Hero TV on and follow us on Instagram @herotvofficial and Twitter @myHEROnation.

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