The following is a list of programs aired on Net 25, a terrestrial/cable television network owned by Eagle Broadcasting Corporation in the Philippines. For over a decade, Net 25 has become the Philippines' first TV station to air with Digital On-Screen Graphics. Since November 2011, Net 25 uses a variant of FoxBox graphics from Fox Sports for all sports properties.
Net 25 currently airs all of its station-produced programs and news broadcasts, such as Convergence, TRiBE, Spoon, MOMents, Landmarks, and The Red Carpet.
Net 25 is home to many sports properties in the world, such as the Arena Football League, the Canadian Football League, the National Football League, the IZOD IndyCar Series, and the Rolex Sports Car Series, as well as annual sporting events such as the Bowl Championship Series, the NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament, the NCAA Division I Football Championship, and the X Games, and quadrennial sporting events such as the FIFA World Cup, the UEFA European Football Championship, and the Olympics consisting of the Summer Olympic Games and Winter Olympic Games.
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... WWE Armageddon on Net 25 (1999-2000, 2002-2008) WWE Backlash on Net 25 (2000-2009) WWE Bad Blood on Net 25 (2003-2004) WWE Judgment Day on Net 25 (2000-2009) WWE King of the Ring on Net 25 (2000-2 ...
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