ABS-CBN Weekend News
Format Newscast
Live action
Created by ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corp
Developed by ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs
Presented by Joe Marasigan
Angel Aquino
Dimples Romana
Carlo Marasigan
Opening theme ABS-CBN News Theme
Country of origin Philippines
Language(s) English (1992–1999)
Filipino (1999–present)
No. of episodes n/a (airs weekend)

ABS-CBN Newscenter Manila

Quezon City, Philippines
Running time 45-60 minutes
Original channel ABS-CBN
Picture format 480i SDTV
First shown in

The Weekend News

January 4, 1992-March 11, 2001
Original airing

ABS-CBN Weekend News

March 17, 2001-present
Preceded by The Saturday Report
The Sunday Report
Followed by The Weekend News
TV Patrol-Weekend
The World Tonight-Weekend
Related shows Dateline Philippines
TV Patrol
The World Tonight
The Weekend News was an Tagalog language weekend newscast and later the first Filipino language weekend newscast of ABS-CBN aired every Saturday to Sundays 10:30am to 11:30am aired and produced by ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs from January 4, 1992-present. It was replaced by three newly-revamped newscasts.Dateline Philippines (weekdays).TV Patrol-Weekend (primetime) and The World Tonight-Weekend (late-night) which was happened few days after the rebranding of the channel on April 16, 2017-present

Weekend Edition on ABS-CBNEdit

When the newscast first aired in January 4, 1992-present as The Weekend News replacing the weekend edition of The Saturday Report and The Sunday Report it first used English as its primary language The Weekend News switched to Filipino on August 21,1999-present making as the first Filipino-language weekend newscast on the network after The World Tonight late-night timeslot on ABS-CBN and The Weekend News made its final English broadcast on August 15, 1999 two days after Dateline Philippines ending due to low ratings on English noontime newscasts. The Weekend News was relaunched as ABS-CBN Weekend News on March 17, 2001-present It airs from 10:00am to 11:30am Saturdays to Sundays before It's Showtime (Saturdays edition) and ASAP (Sundays edition) it also the first Filipino newscast to do stand-up news delivery for four anchors and completely report in Filipino language This was ABS-CBN's third and returning timeslot which is all the weekend newscasts at the time.

Final Years on DZMM TeleRadyoEdit

Straight forward reporting the views of events with an in-depth analyst of currently burning issues. Carefully and intelligently done with style. Keep up with the abreast and be apart of the most comprehensive news on Philippine television. The Weekend News your window to the nation and to the world was Anchored by today's new breed of men and women broadcasters Dong Puno Cherie Mercado Bernadette Sembrano and Carlo Marasigan The Weekend News airs 11:30pm to 12:30mn It aired its final broadcast on July 2 2006 to give away for the return of Filipino vernacular late-night news program and the network's third Filipino language weekend late-night newscast Bandila Weekend with the veteran news anchorman Cherie Mercado Carlo Marasigan Bernadette Sembrano and Joe Marasigan