“Generations Television” will cover topics that interest seniors and their families. Clockwise from left: Aging in Place Workshop, Hawaii Men’s Shed Association, and Mōʻīliʻīli Community Center

Percy Ihara, publisher and editor of Generations Magazine, is pleased to announce the debut of “Generations Television,” a bi-weekly TV show to air on Spectrum OC16 beginning Oct. 4, 2017.

Each 30-minute episode of “Generations TV,” or “GTV,” will address critical issues that matter most to seniors and their families: finances, legal topics, care giving, government programs and services for seniors, healthy living and more. Inspirational stories about Hawai‘i’s seniors will be a regular highlight of the show.

The first product of its kind in Hawai‘i, “GTV” promises to motivate, inspire, inform and draw laughs as well as a few tears from its viewers.

“Today, more than ever, Hawai‘i’s retirees and their families recognize the importance of finding resources to help them understand, plan and navigate through the process of aging,” said Ihara, a well-known advocate for seniors.

“GTV’ will be vital in assisting seniors with those challenges.

“GTV” is scheduled to air on Spectrum OC16, six days a week, subject to changes.

• Mondays, 5:30 pm
• Tuesdays, 9 am
• Wednesdays, 7:30 pm
• Thursdays, 1:30 am and 11:30 am
• Fridays, 9:30 am
• Saturdays, 2:30 pm