Detective Conan in the Philippines

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Detective Conan in the Philippines

Detective conan philippines logo.jpg

Language: Filipino
Continents: Asia
No. of Episodes: 363 (as of September 11, 2021)
Dubbed by: ALTA Productions


On September 10, 2001, GMA Network aired its very first episode of Detective Conan - broadcasted during 4:00 pm. It continued to air for about two months until it was taken down. It re-aired again in October 2002 until 2003 and February 12 2007 broadcasted at 10 AM as well as July-December 2008.[1]

In July 12, 2010, they re-aired it with the new season starting from episode 128 broadcasted during 9:00 am. This was aired until November 2010.

On July 4, 2011, they anime re-aired again because of the series' 10th year anniversary on Philippine televisions. In some rare cases, the anime was broadcasted beyond weekends due to loss of episodes during weekdays or due to demands from fans the 2011 run was continued until new episodes at episode 173 On January 8, 2012, they aired the first Sunday Detective Conan episode. The 2012 re-run was discontinued on March 11, 2012.

On November 12,2012 they aired new episodes, starting episode 174 broadcasted at 8:30 AM . On March 17, 2014, during its return on-air, new episodes of Detective Conan were announced on the teaser of GMA's "Astig Authority". On April 23, 2018 new episodes aired starting from episode 269 broadcasted at 8 AM. On March 13 2021, weekends episodes returned on air starting from episode 318, because of its 20th anniversary on Philippine television. The 2021 run was broadcasted on Saturdays at 8:00 AM and on Sundays at 7:25 AM.

They also aired many movies in 2015 including The Time-Bombed Skyscraper on September 5 and 12, The Fourteenth Target on September 19 to 26, The Last Wizard of the Century on October 2 to 9 and Captured in Her Eyes on October 19 and 24. All of them aired at 9:15 AM. Episode One: The Great Detective Turned Small was aired from June 1 to 29 2019.

An English adaptation of the series by Animax Asia premiered in the Philippines on January 18, 2006, under the name Detective Conan. Because Animax were unable to obtain further TV broadcast rights, their version comprising of 52 episodes. The series continued with reruns until August 7, 2006, when it was removed from the station.

Character Voice actors
Picture Name Name Notes
Conan Edogawa 60px.jpg Conan Edogawa Robert Brillantes First to third broadcast.
Louie Paraboles Fourth broadcast onwards.
Shinichi Kudo 60px.jpg Shinichi Kudo Robert Brillantes
Ran Mouri 60px.jpg Ran Mouri Candice Arellano First to fifth broadcast.
Grace Cornel Sixth broadcast.
Kogoro Mouri 60px.jpg Kogoro Mouri Jefferson Utanes
Mitsuhiko Tsuburaya 60px.jpg Mitsuhiko Tsuburaya Jefferson Utanes
Heiji Hattori 60px.jpg Heiji Hattori Mark Aspiras first broadcast
Ely Martin second broadcast
Ayumi Yoshida 60px.jpg Ayumi Yoshida Charvie Abeletes first broadcast
Klariz Magboo second broadcast
Sonoko Suzuki 60px.jpg Sonoko Suzuki Charvie Abeletes first broadcast
Klariz Magboo second broadcast
Yukiko Kudo 60px.jpg Yukiko Kudo Charvie Abeletes
Miwako Sato 60px.jpg Miwako Sato Klariz Magboo first broadcast
Candice Arellano second broadcast
Kazuha Toyama 60px.jpg Kazuha Toyama Charvie Abeletes
Genta Kojima 60px.jpg Genta Kojima
Mark Aspiras second broadcast
Juzo Megure 60px.jpg Juzo Megure
Mark Aspiras second broadcast
Hiroshi Agasa 60px.jpg Hiroshi Agasa
Mark Aspiras second broadcast
Ninzaburo Shiratori 60px.jpg Ninzaburo Shiratori Jefferson Utanes
Yusaku Kudo 60px.jpg Yusaku Kudo Robert Brilliantes
Wataru Takagi 60px.jpg Wataru Takagi Roger Aquino


The manga of the series was released in Filipino language in January 2013. It was published by J-line Comics & Marketing Corporation. As of March 2014, two volumes has been released.

The Philippines is also in the distribution area of Shogakukan Asia, which publishes an English edition of the Detective Conan manga in Southeast Asia.

Tagalog version:

Vol. Chapters Release Date ISSN Number
01 1-9 January 2013 ISSN 2244-4327
File 001. Ang Heisei Holmes
File 002. Ang Lumiit na Detective
File 003. Hindi Pinapansin na Detective
File 004. Ang Ika-anim na Tsimenea
File 005. May Iba Pang Kriminal
File 006. Ang Litong Detective na Naging Magaling na Detective
File 007. Ang Duguan Idolo
File 008. Ang Taong Kamukha Mo
File 009. Ang Malungkot na Hindi Pagkakaunawaan
02 10-19 December 2013 ISSN 2244-4327
File 010. Pinakikinabangang Pagmamanman
File 011. Ang Perpektong Alibi
File 012. Ang Litrato ang Nagsasabi
File 013. Ang Nawawalang Lalaki
File 014. Ang Nakaka-Awang Babae
File 015. Ang Paghahanap sa Malaking Lalaki
File 016. Ang Masamang Babae
File 017. Ang Kilabot na Mansion
File 018. Ang Mga Nawawalang Bata
File 019. Ang Bangungot sa Ilalim ng Mansion

Live Action

The first live action movie was aired in the Philippines via GMA 7 on December 25, 2010 as part of their Christmas special and on January 1, 2011, the second live action movie was aired as part of their New Year's Special.

Character Voice actors
Picture Name Name Notes
Conan Edogawa 60px.jpg Conan Edogawa Robert Brilliantes (anime part)
Shinichi Kudo 60px.jpg Shinichi Kudo Louie Paraboles
Ran Mouri 60px.jpg Ran Mouri Candice Arellano
Sonoko Suzuki 60px.jpg Sonoko Suzuki Rachel Cordoviz
Juzo Megure 60px.jpg Juzo Megure Ely Martin


  • They omit the opening of each episodes but they sometimes broadcast the ending. The ending uses the format of the international version but the sound uses the format of Japanese ending songs. During the preceding episodes, the anime uses both the Japanese format for ending.
  • The 2014 re-run of the anime uses the TMS Entertainment version.


  1. ^ "Detective Conan". Wikimedia Foundation. 2014-02-14. Retrieved on 2014-04-03. 

See also

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