As of August 2015, The Filipino Channel broadcasts drama shows such as "Maalaala Mo Kaya," "On the Wings of Love" and "Doble Kara;" variety shows such as "ASAP 20," "It's Showtime" and "Your Face Sounds Familiar;" and talk shows such as "Kris TV," "Gandang Gabi, Vice" and "Aquino & Abunda Tonight." It also telecasts Filipino movies, news, radio shows and programs about current affairs.
Owned by the Filipino media conglomerate, ABS-CBN Corporation, TFC is a television network based in Redwood City, California that broadcasts subscription-based, ABS-CBN-produced content over premium cable, satellite TV, Internet-enabled mobile and digital devices and video-on-demand. Its target market is the worldwide Filipino expatriate community and their families who want to keep abreast of current Filipino news and entertainment. As of 2014, TFC claims it has over 2.8 million subscribers and more than 8 million viewers, with most of them located in countries with large Filipino populations, such as the United States, Europe, Australia and Canada, as well as the Middle East and Japan.
Its drama film collection includes movies such as "Diary ng Panget," "Must Be Love" and "It Takes a Man and a Woman." Its comedy movie lineup includes "Kimmy Dora: Ang Kiyemeng Prequel," "Bakit Hindi Ka Crush ng Crush Mo?" and "Bride for Rent." Its horror film library includes "Feng Shui," "Third Eye" and "Cinco." Its news and current affairs programs include "TV Patrol," "Rated K" and "Bandila," and its radio shows include "ANC Live" and "DZMM Teleradyo."