Get ready to feel the magic as TV5, one of the country’s leading networks, featuring both local and international fan favorites including The Walking Dead, Arrow, The Flash, Once Upon A Time and the PBA games, announced its partnership with Rainbow.
Rainbow is the animation studio behind Regal Academy, Maggie and Bunaca Fashion Friend and Winx Club, among others.
Dedicated to TV and feature film production, Rainbow is one of the world leaders in kids’ entertainment. Its premier series, the Winx Club, has remained one of the biggest shows for girls aged 4-12 that boasts over 15 million viewers each day in more than 130 countries nationwide.
In its bid to bolster the network’s cartoon block, TV5 is pleased to bring the highly entertaining and immensely successful Winx Club series to the Philippines as part of the company’s position to offer its viewers a different kind of entertainment.
“We are deeply honored to have the Winx Club brand as part of our network’s premium animated content,” said TV5 President Chot Reyes. “We are happy to entertain our young audience with the adventures of the Winx Club fairies.”
Dubbed in Pilipino, the series follows the adventures of six fairies led by Bloom, an ordinary girl who discovers she’s actually a fairy with extraordinary powers. Bloom learns to use her magical powers at the finest fairy school in all the realms, Alfea College.
At school, she meets her new best friends, Stella, Flora, Musa, Tecna and Aisha, and forms the Winx Club.
Together they study hard in school, hang out at their favorite spots in Magix and go on lots of exciting adventures. When faced with trouble, they transform into beautiful fairies and save the world from all sorts ofr villains, like The Trix, a trio of evil witches.
But for these six fairies, nothing can defeat their powerful magic and even stronger friendship.
“Winx Club has enchanted fans all over the world and we are more than happy to have it in the Philippines,” said Kumar Naryana, managing director. “We would like to thank TV5 for this partnership and we hope that the series will inspire and charm the viewers in this country.”
This partnership is sure to excite fans of the Winx Club who have been clamoring for the arrival of the fairies in our shores.The series airs every Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on TV5.