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Subject: Velvet (TV channel), Balls (TV channel), Cinema One, CgeTV, ABS-CBN Sports and Action
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Maxxx logo
Launched January 1, 2008
Closed September 30, 2010
Network ABS-CBN
Studio 23 (now ABS-CBN Sports+Action)
Owned by Creative Programs, Inc.
(a subsidiary of ABS-CBN Corporation)
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Slogan Get Away With It
Country Philippines
Broadcast area Philippines
Headquarters Quezon City, Philippines
Sister channel(s) ABS-CBN News Channel
DZMM TeleRadyo
Cinema One
Kapamilya Channel
Knowledge Channel
Lifestyle Network
Velvet (now defunct)
Studio 23 (now ABS-CBN Sports+Action)
The Filipino Channel

Maxxx was a general entertainment channel for men owned by Creative Programs, Inc., an ABS-CBN subsidiary.[1]

Channel Information

Maxxx had a test broadcast together with Velvet (now defunct) and Balls since September 2007. Maxxx had an official launch on January 1, 2008. Maxxx has also aired selected shows over UHF channel Studio 23 (now ABS-CBN Sports+Action). Maxxx ceased airing on September 30, 2010.


Maxxx is the answer of SkyCable after the expiration of the contract of Solar Entertainment's Jack TV. Maxxx is fairly similar in themes and audience with Jack TV typically the male-audience ranging from teens to men. Maxxx features shows based on poker, racing, comedy, adult-themed shows and cartoons and all-time classic old TV series such as Star Trek, Flash Gordon, Lucky Louie and Scrubs.


(*) - Now moved to Balls

(†) - This show was first aired on UHF TV channel Studio 23, Later seasons, beginning with Survivor: Fiji to the latest season, This show were moved to Solar Entertainment's flagship multi-media channels: The VHF TV station Solar TV (RPN), cable channel Jack TV, the now-defunct cable channel C/S and C/S Origin, and the previous seasons on Q of GMA Network

Movies and Specials

  • MAXXX Showtime

External links

  • Official Multiply Website
  • Official Facebook Website


  1. ^ (For Maxxx TV Channel Article on
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