SKY opens all channels for kids

(The Philippine Star) - August 28, 2015 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines - Thinking of ways to get your kids entertained at home during the long weekend? Then, check out SKY’s latest offering for toddlers, young adults and even the kids at heart. Until today, all kids genre cable TV channels will be opened for all SKYcable and Destiny Cable postpaid subscribers at no additional cost.

Your kids are definitely in for a treat as SKY continues to celebrate 25 years of entertainment milestones, giving their subscribers first-class quality viewing which they truly deserve.

For the youngest members of the household, it’s never too early to start learning with SKY’s educational programs for babies and toddlers. For a dose of fun-filled entertainment, catch Disney Junior. Join Mickey and Friends as they embark on different adventures every episode in the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. Watch your preschoolers discover the Mystery Mousekatools with the help of toddlers and be part of the gang as they do the Hotdog dance. Plus, enjoy other all-time Disney favorites like Jake and the Neverland Pirtates, Sofia the First and Miles from Tomorrowland.

Older kids will love following the non-stop, exciting adventure of Finn and Jake in Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time. The series features the story of Finn, a human boy, and his best friend Jake, a dog with magical powers to change shape and grow and shrink at will. Watch Finn and Jake via Cartoon Network in SD and HD, together with other shows: Ben 10, The Amazing World of Gumball, Uncle Grandpa and more.

ADVENTURE TIME AMAZING WORLD OF GUMBALL CARTOON NETWORK DESTINY CABLE DISNEY JUNIOR FINN AND JAKE JAKE AND THE NEVERLAND PIRTATES JOIN MICKEY AND FRIENDS MICKEY MOUSE CLUBHOUSE MYSTERY MOUSEKATOOLS SOFIA THE FIRST
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