VIDEO: ABS-CBN airs “My Hero Academia” television advertisement

The popular anime series is set to air on the free-to-air channel starting April 7.

As previously reported on Sunday, Terrestrial broadcaster ABS-CBN has announced that the popular anime series My Hero Academia will air on the channel starting April 7.

The anime series will air every Sunday mornings at 09:15am, replacing One Punch Man, which will air on their flagship free-to-air channel and ABS-CBN HD.

You may check out the television advertisement in the video above this article.


©2016 K. Horikoshi / Shueisha, My Hero Academia Project

Mankind has developed superpowers known as “Quirks” with 80% of the population having some kind of superpower. These new abilities see the rise of both superheroes and villains. A prestigious school known as the Hero Academy trains superpowered hopefuls into the heroes the world needs. Middle school student Izuku Midoriya wants to be a hero more than anything, but he’s part the 20% without a Quirk. Unwilling to give up his dream, he plans to take the exam and be accepted into a high school for budding heroes. Through a series of serendipitous events, he catches the eye of the greatest hero, All Might, who agrees to train him. (Synopsis from Anime News Network)


My Hero Academia is an anime adaptation of a Japanese manga series by Kohei Horikoshi, which is being serialized on Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine since July 2014, and currently has 21 volumes.

The popular manga is being published on a simulpub basis in English language through digital manga services like Viz Media’s Shonen Jump and Shueisha’s Manga Plus.


Gundam Build Fighters director Kenji Nagasaki and scriptwriter Yosuke Kuroda reunited to work on the anime series, while Yoshihiko Umakoshi, who worked on titles like Berserk and Magical Doremi, handled character designs.

The anime was produced by the anime studio BONES.


Southeast Asian anime channel ANIMAX Asia aired the first season of My Hero Academia on a simulcast basis in April 2016, while the second season was also aired the following year.

Streaming giant Netflix has started streaming in the Philippines the third season of the popular anime series last December.

My Hero Academia: Two Heroes, which is the first anime film adaptation of the popular series, was screened in Philippine cinemas in October last year.

The first two seasons of popular anime series made its premiere for the first time in Filipino dubbing through ABS-CBN’s digital terrestrial channel YeY in May last year, which was re-aired last November.