Y2K: Yes to Kids
Format Educational
Children's television series
Created by Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation
Developed by IBC Foundation, Inc.
Written by Monch Bravante
Directed by Ryan Agoncillo
Starring Chacha Cañete
JV the puppet
Theme music composer Vehnee Saturno
Opening theme Yes to Kids
Country of origin Philippines
No. of episodes n/a (airs Saturday)
Executive producer(s) Rowie Valencia
Lorna Feliciano
Running time 30 minutes
Original channel IBC
Original run July 18, 1998 – 2003
June 5, 2011 – September 24, 2012
External links
Program Site
Y2K: Yes to Kids is the Philippine children's television program aired by IBC in the Philippines.

Hosted by Chacha Cañete with JV the puppet, the fun-filled educational children's program that aims to have a positive effect on youngsters by imparting educational information on how to take care of environment.

Overview Edit

To produce its own set of children's educational TV programs through IBC Foundation, Inc.

Unlike Y2K or millennium bug disaster, Y2K: Yes 2 Kids is making itself known as the "millennium bag of information." In the simplest and easiest way possible, the popular fare in children's programming because the program instills good values and lessons to children - learnings, fun and activities that they can apply in their daily activities so that in their own little way they can contribute to the growth and development of the world we live in. See your hosting Chacha Cañete and company revitalize your interests with the kids.

Have fun while learning as we try to shift to a higher gear under the direction of Ryan Agoncillo.

Host Edit

Current Edit

Former Edit

Production team Edit

  • Director: Ryan Agoncillo
  • In-Charge of Production: Gina P. Borinaga
  • Supervising Producer: Tessie Taylor
  • Executive Producers: Rowie O. Valencia and Lorna J. Feliciano
  • Writer: Monch Bravante
  • Non-Linear Video Editor: Akong Bongcaras
  • Make-Up Artist: Rowena Legaspi

Awards and Nominations Edit

Anak TV Seal Awards Edit

  • 2011 Anak TV Seal Awardee (Most Favorite Children's Programs) - Nominated
  • 2000 Anak TV Seal Awardee (Most Favorite Children's Programs) - Nominated

KBP Golden Dove Awards Edit

  • 2012 KBP Golden Dove Awards (Best Children's Program) - Won

PMPC Star Awards for Television Edit

  • 26th PMPC Star Awards for Television (Best Children Show) - Won
  • 26th PMPC Star Awards for Television (Best Female TV Host) - Won (Chacha Cañete)

Trivia Edit

  • Maxene Magalona left the show in 2001 because she moved to GMA, leaving her home network for 13 years, then she eventually returned to IBC in 2014 before she moved to ABS-CBN for 2 years. Maxene finally returned to IBC in 2016 as she will focus on the curriculum-based sitcom Iskul Bukol in 2017.
  • Janella Salvador replaced her as the host of the program from 2001 to 2003. Janella moved to ABS-CBN in 2012 at present. Meanwhile, Janella returned to IBC in 2013 as she topbill the network's very first fantaserye Janella in Wonderland in 2014.

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