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C/S (C/S 9)
Launched October 04, 2008
Closed November 27, 2009
Owned by SOLAR Entertainment
Slogan Right Here. Right Now
Country  Philippines
Broadcast area  Philippines
Headquarters Antipolo City,  Philippines
Replaced Solar USA
Sister channel(s) Jack TV, C/S Origin, Radio Philippines Network
Metro Manila
VHF Channel 9
Dream Satellite TV Channel 6
Cignal Digital TV Channel 9
G Sat Channel 4
Metro Manila
Channel 14
Global Destiny Cable
Metro Manila
Channel 14
Cable Star Iloilo
Iloilo City
Channel 42
Metro Manila
Channel 12
Parasat Cable TV
Cagayan De Oro City
Channel 5

C/S (standing for Crime/Suspense, originally used as an on-air brand) is brand used for several Filipino entertainment channels owned by the Solar Entertainment Corporation. It shows mostly American crime and suspense dramas, mysteries, reality, science fiction and action shows.



Solar Entertainment first launched its namesake entertainment cable channel in early 2000s, one devoted to American programs. This channel was later known as Solar USA (the acronym stands for "Ultimate in Suspense and Action"), and then later simply as USA. USA was replaced by two separate channels in 2005. Solar USA's comedy and general entertainment programming was moved to Jack TV, while action and crime dramas were given a new separate channel, Crime/Suspense, later launched in October of that year.

As part of a partnership established with the Radio Philippines Network, C/S became the on-air brand for its network of over-the-air stations across the Philippines in January 2008. The C/S cable channel was later rebranded as C/S Origin in September of the same year, while the RPN network later changed its branding to C/S 9 the next month, and then changed its name to Solar TV in November 2009.


  • Get Caught Up (2005)
  • Beyond Series. Beyond Factuals. Beyond Movies. (2007)
  • C/S First. C/S Free. (2008)
  • Right Here. Right Now. (2009)

Programs on C/S

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