Ang Probinsyano November 4, 2020

FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano (lit. ‘FPJ’s The Provincial Man’) or Brothers, is a Philippine action drama television series broadcast on ABS-CBN. It is based on the 1997 film of the same name, which starred Fernando Poe Jr. in the title role, and stars an ensemble cast top-billed by Coco Martin.[5] The series premiered on ABS-CBN’s Primetime Bida evening block and worldwide via The Filipino Channel on September 28, 2015 replacing Nathaniel. It went on to become the longest-running action drama series on Philippine television.[6] It also became the longest drama series running for five years with more than 1,200 episodes surpassing Mara Clara (1992–1997). After ABS-CBN ceased broadcasting due to the non-renewal of the network’s franchise, new episodes of the series has aired in the Kapamilya Channel since June 2020. The show is streaming online with new episodes on YouTube and iWantTFC.

1 Series overview
1.1 Book 1: Syndicate Arc (2015–2017)
1.1.1 Season 1 (2015–2016)
1.1.2 Season 2: Ang Bagong Yugto (2016–2017)
1.2 Book 2: Rebellion and Terrorism Arc (2017–2018)
1.2.1 Season 3 (2017)
1.2.2 Season 4 (2017–2018)
1.3 Book 3: Political Arc (2018–2019)
1.3.1 Season 5 (2018)
1.3.2 Season 6 (2018–2019)
1.4 Book 4: Crime and Corruption Arc (2019–present)
1.4.1 Season 7: Tuloy Ang Laban (2019–2020)
1.4.2 Season 8 (2020–present)
2 Cast and characters
2.1 Protagonist
2.2 Main
2.3 Supporting
2.4 Very Special Role
2.5 Recurring
2.6 Former
2.6.1 Main
2.6.2 Supporting
2.7 Guests
3 Production
3.1 Concept
3.2 Casting
3.3 Broadcast
3.4 Extension
3.5 Marketing
3.6 Deviations and connections to the film
4 Soundtrack
5 Reception
5.1 Ratings
5.2 Rival programs
5.2.1 List of Rival Programs
5.3 Controversies
5.3.1 “Girl in the Rain” episode
5.3.2 Mt. Arayat as a rebel group stronghold
5.3.3 Usage of Dingdong Dantes and Marian Rivera’s family photos
5.3.4 Negative Portrayal of the PNP
5.3.5 Unflattering depiction of PAO
5.3.6 Alleged maltreatment of staff
5.3.7 ABS-CBN franchise renewal
5.4 Sociocultural and Political Impact
5.4.1 Social Commentary and Good Values
5.4.2 Ligtas Tips
5.4.3 As a platform for returning actors
5.4.4 Revival of the action genre
5.4.5 “Immortality” and superhero status of Cardo Dalisay
5.4.6 Politics
5.5 Special citations
5.5.1 Special citation from the CIDG
5.5.2 Citation from DILG
5.5.3 Commendation from the House of Representatives
5.6 Awards and nominations
6 Notes
7 See also
8 References
9 External links

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