Cine Mo!

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Cine Mo!
Cine Mo logo.jpg
CountryPhilippines
Broadcast areaPhilippines
NetworkABS-CBN
Cinema One
SloganHari Ka Rito!
HeadquartersQuezon City, Philippines
Programming
Language(s)Filipino
Picture format480i (SDTV)
Ownership
OwnerABS-CBN Corporation
(2011–2020)
Creative Programs
ABS-CBN Film Productions, Inc.
Sister channelsA2Z
Asianovela Channel (free trial; defunct)
TeleRadyo
Jeepney TV (free trial)
Knowledge Channel
Movie Central (free trial; defunct)
Myx (free trial)
O Shopping (defunct)
Yey! (defunct)
History
Launched2011 (as SineBox)
2014 (as Cine Mo!)
ReplacedZee Sine (Cignal channel space)
Liga (cable channel space)
O Shopping (Cignal channel space)
Links
Websitehttp://tvplus.abs-cbn.com
Availability
Cable
Sky Cable
(Metro Manila)
Channel 7 (Digital)
Sky Cable
(Provincial)
Channel 412
Satellite
Cignal
(Philippines)
Channel 43
G Sat
(Philippines)
Channel 13
OSN
(Middle East and North Africa)
Channel 711
SatLite
(Philippines)
Channel 36
Streaming media
iWant TFCWatch live

Cine Mo! (stylized as CINEMO! and formerly known as SineBox) is a Philippine pay television channel created by ABS-CBN Corporation through the distribution of Creative Programs, Inc. and ABS-CBN Film Productions, Inc. (content provider) and it was one of the former freemium channels of ABS-CBN TVplus since 2015.[1][2][3] The programming consists of local films and foreign movies.

Cine Mo! is being complemented with its English-language counterpart, Movie Central, which was launched on July 30, 2018 on a free-trial basis.

Cine Mo! operates Mondays to Saturdays from 5:00 AM to 1:00 AM and Sundays from 5:00 AM to 2:00 AM. However, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it operates temporarily from 6:00 AM to 1:00 AM on weekdays and from 5:00 AM to 1:00 AM on weekends.

On June 30, 2020, Cine Mo! suspended broadcasting on ABS-CBN TV Plus and Sky Direct due to the alias cease and desist order by the National Telecommunications Commission in connection with the expiration of ABS-CBN franchise. However, Cine Mo! continues to broadcast on Sky Cable and other cable providers.

On October 30, 2020, the cable channel space replaced with former sister channel Liga on various provincial cable providers, following the latter's end of broadcast operations on October 29, 2020 due to the closure of the ABS-CBN Sports Division and the non-renewal of the ABS-CBN legislative franchise.

Current programming[edit]

Note: Titles are listed in alphabetical order.

Movie blocks[edit]

  • CineMaton Presents
  • CineAksyon
  • CineAstig
  • CineBakbakan
  • CineBarako
  • CineFantasya
  • CineKomedya
  • CineMatapang
  • CinePow
  • CineMo Box Office
  • Super Sabado Sine
  • CineSaya
  • CineSigaw
  • CineSilip
  • CineTawanan
  • CineUna
  • Dolphy: Hari ng Comedy
  • FPJ: Hari ng Aksyon
  • Markang Daboy
  • Sunday Movie Bonding

Teleserye[edit]

Original programs[edit]

  • Sagot Ka ni Kuya Jobert (exclusively streamed on CineMo's Facebook page, ABS-CBN Entertainment YouTube channel and on Kumu)
  • Funny Ka, Pare Ko (rerun)

Shorts[edit]

  • Cine Suave (during commercial breaks)
  • Cine Sabe (during commercial breaks)
  • Cine 'To? (facts on local movie celebrities; during commercial breaks)
  • TrabaHanap (classified ads; during end credits of every movie and during commercial breaks)

Former Teleserye marathons[edit]

Previous programs[edit]

Note: Titles are listed in alphabetical order.

Movie blocks[edit]

  • CinemoWorld
  • PopCorn TV
  • Saturday Night Delight
  • CineManoy
  • CineNovela
  • CineRomantiko
  • Hapon Takutan
  • Binoe's Best
  • Tatak CineBro
  • Ramon Revilla: Ang Alamat Ni Agimat
  • Sunday Night Delight
  • CineBack2Bakbakan
  • CineKwela

Original programs[edit]

Teleserye marathons[edit]

U.S. TV series[edit]

Korean dramas[edit]

News programs[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rommel Pedrealba (director) (2011). ANC Future Perfect: TV Goes Digital 2/5 (Television production). Philippines: ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs.
  2. ^ Rommel Pedrealba (director) (2011). ANC Future Perfect: TV Goes Digital 3/5 (Television production). Philippines: ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs.
  3. ^ "ABS-CBN to launch 5 new premium channels on free-to-air TV". Lopez Group of Companies. April 4, 2011. Retrieved May 8, 2011.
  4. ^ Austria, Matt Alistair (November 10, 2015). "Coco Martin at ABSCBN TVplus may regalong hatid sa bawat Kapamilya!". ABS-CBN TV Plus. Retrieved March 17, 2020.