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ABS-CBN shows to stay in streaming service iWant

/ 04:21 PM May 06, 2020
Ang Probinsyano

Coco Martin as Cardo Dalisay in hit action drama series “Ang Probinsyano,” which can be streamed online (Image: Facebook/Dreamscape Entertainment)

ABS-CBN’s popular teleseryes may not be on TV after the network halted operations, but they are available online.

The ABS-CBN live channel can no longer be streamed on iWant, as per a statement today, May 6.

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However, the media giant’s teleseryes, talk shows and variety shows are on the streaming service. It also has original series, movies, documentaries and travel, lifestyle and kids’ shows.

The ABS-CBN News Channel (ANC) remains on-air since it is a cable channel and is not covered by the cease-and-desist order from the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC). It can also be streamed on iWant for free.

NTC slapped the order after the network’s 25-year franchise expired on May 4. Bills seeking the renewal of franchise of ABS-CBN remain pending before the House committee on legislative franchises.  /ra

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