Now onto its second season, TV5's Late Night Trip gets stronger and tougher as it hikes up its dynamic programming this November with fresher offerings and two new shows that will surely pique the interest of both men and women—Sabado Boys, hosted by the country's top male pop artists, and the explosive world of fighting in URCC TV, both airing at 11:30pm starting this week.
Harmonizing with their new hit program airing on the radio, Sabado Boys is a variety show of music and smooth-flowing act that now finds its new home on TV5, hosted by top musicians Luke Mijares, Mike Chan, DJ Myke, Paolo Santos, Top Suzara, and Jimmy Bondoc. Although it airs on a Tuesday evening, the show exudes great relaxation mood with its musical features, performances, and album reviews matched with the beach location that gives off the perfect chill out Saturday getaway.
Dominantly an acoustic show, Sabado Boys promises to offer the kind of relaxing, calming, attractive, and soothing music that's coupled with segments and live repartee that display the humorous side of life, as perceived by the creative eyes and minds of a Pinoy musician.
Thursday evening features the explosive show on the fastest-rising full-contact combat sport, Universal Reality Combat Championship TV (URCC TV) hosted by URCC Founder, President, and MMA expert Alvin Aguilar.
Featuring the local Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) community, specifically URCC, and its high-caliber fighting events and activities, URCC TV will showcase regional MMA activities, tournaments that allow martial artists of different backgrounds to compete, as well as champion fighters who will share their intelligent, perceptive and insightful analysis focused on the disciplines of different mixed martial arts that Pinoys all over the world love.
Urban Tribe Season 2
Successfully finishing off its first season with the country's leading fiesta house band Tribomanila, Season 2 of Urban Tribe pushes more energy to the scene as it is now hosted by four of the most popular bands in the country composed of Sugarfree, Up Dharma Down, Silent Sanctuary, and journalist-musician Lourd de Veyra of Radioactive Sago Project and TV5's The Evening News (TEN).
The show features different segments that fit the urban Pinoy with Sugarfree's "Noypi Know How," focusing on Pinoy businesses - big and small - their operations, and their products, while promoting Pinoy entrepreneurship and invention; Up Dharma Down on "F.T.," featuring restaurants, chefs, dishes and everything that comes with a great dining experience that satisfies the "food trip" of Pinoys.
Highlighting Filipino movers and shakers and delving into the minds of the country’s visionaries in search of insights and inspiration is Lourd de Veyra of Radioactive Sago Project on "Piling Pinoy," followed by the showcasing of sporting-related events and activities, as well as highlighting the benefits of having a healthy lifestyle in "Crunchtime," by Delara, with singer-host Lougee Basabas.
Watch out for these new offerings of Late Night Trip with Urban Tribe Season 2 every Monday starting November 9, Sabado Boys every Tuesday starting November 10, Stoplight TV Season 2 on Wednesdays, URCC TV on Thursdays starting November 12, and MOG (More on Gaming) TV second season every Friday, 11:30pm on TV5