A Filipino version was aired on PBS Kids during the 1980s. However, the broadcaster pulled each episode from its schedule.The Filipino version was later broadcast on TV5 , a sibling of ABS-CBN. But, due to low ratings, the channel pulled the show after the 2002-2003 seasons.A Filipino dub was also made in 1992 dubbed into Filipino, by the Staff of the Educational Television of the Philippines (now TV5). It was shown during the first season of the Doraemon dub.The Philippine versions of the movie and TV series were dubbed by the Daihatsu Multimedia Group, from 1992 until 1996.The dub was done Filipino version was dubbed in Hindi, to be broadcast on the Indian channel Doordarshan.
The Doraemon made its Philippine debut on February 14, 2010, as part of the KBS 2's 'Enchanted Tales' block, airing on the cable channel KBS Cinema. It is currently showing on KBS 2 (since September 2015).
Doraemon is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Fujiko F. Fujio. It was first serialized in Shogakukan's main manga magazine, Shōnen Sunday, from February 26, 1976, to March 25, 1991. The story revolves around the robot cat Doraemon, who travels back in time using his key and the Time Machine to change the past. He also has something called a "Time Ring", which he can put on his finger, and activates it to go to the past. Through this, he frees himself of "time debts", which allows him to travel to the future. d2c66b5586