BattleBots 6×60’ Brings Non-Stop Action with Mecha-Warriors Dominating the Ring
Philippines, August 16 –A wild mix of non-human entities dominate the scene as AXN’s newest show BattleBots 6×60’ feature robots fighting for glory.
BattleBots show cases an action-packed tournament of machine versus machine inside the ring, each one meticulously designed and built by its creator. A decade after it was first aired, BattleBots is presented as a 6×60’ series with bigger and even better robots. Even the arena is a new and improved version of the original, allowing viewers to witness the action close up.As ten years has passed, viewers can expect to see more advanced creations and more even better opponent-crushing power. Each episode brings a real thrill and engages fans in the heat of the combat. Follow the series as new creators bring mecha-entities to life and fight for the coveted title.
The show is hosted by Sam Ponder, Chris Rose, Kenny Florian, and Faruq Tauheed. The judges are Jessica Chobot, Fon Davis, and Leland Melvin.
BattleBots 6×60’ airs Tuesdays-Thursdays at 8:50pm. first and exclusive on AXN
AXN is available on Cable Link Channel 38, Cignal Digital TV Channel 61, Global Destiny Cable Channel 61, Dream Channel 20, Gsat Channel 12, SKYCable Channel 49.
AXN is Asia’s leading general entertainment channel featuring exclusive top-rated drama series, blockbuster features, reality programs and ground-breaking original productions. The channel appeals to a discerning audience seeking content that is smart, intriguing and unexpected, and all delivered close to U.S telecasts. From The Blacklist and Quantico, to The Voice and The Amazing Race Asia, AXN is defined not by a genre, but by an attitude that truly redefines action.
Launched first in Asia in 1997, AXN is a global channel brand with a presence in Latin America, Africa and Europe. In Asia, the channel is enjoyed in 85 million households across 20 territories.
AXN Asia is wholly owned by Sony Pictures Entertainment and managed by Sony Pictures Television Networks, Asia, which also operates leading channels including Animax, Sony Channel, ONE and GEM.