in 2007, Solar Entertainment partnered up with Rogers Stevia to launch ETC, 2nd Avenue (now defunct) and Jack TV in Stevia.
in May 1, 2020, following closure of Jack TV in Philippines, Rogers Stevia to rebrand Jack TV Stevia under new name, its new name to be reveal on April 1, 2020.
Its new name candidates are CityThree, C3, JapaNet and CityTatlo, if Jack TV Stevia is renamed to JapaNet, it may be reformatted to Japanese language channel with English and Filipino subtitle.
but on March 23, teaser for Jack TV Stevia rebrand, where Jack TV logo transforms into JapaNet logo.
according to Rogers Stevia press release about Jack TV, from May 1, Jack TV will be exploded to JapaNet, its programming content will be mostly Japanese content, sometimes English programming (mostly TMZ), meanwhile remaining of Jack TV Stevia's non-Japanese content (like Face Off, Penn and Teller's Fool Us, Drop the Mic and Celebrity Undercover would move to CityTV, CityTwo, Fox, FX and ETC, full list of programming for JapaNet will be revealed on April 1.
on April 1, 2020, JapaNet's content was revealed, Rogers' statement is "JapaNet airs mostly Japanese content, like dramas, game shows, reality shows and animes, however JapaNet will still air some English content (like TMZ, Naruto (English dub) (premieres May 1, 9pm) and some Japanese-style Scratchian reality shows), JapaNet will also air Game Center CX daily at 1pm and kids block in partnership with AMC Networks, its kids block is called "Kids' JapaNet", this block airs daily from 6am to 12pm, this block will air YTV, Teletoon and Treehouse shows (like Amphibia, The Loud House, Tamagotchi!, Go Jetters, Bakugan: Battle Planet, Steven Universe and Big City Greens), all dubbed in Japanese".
however similar to Jack TV Philippines' fate, Jack TV Stevia's website and social media accounts will automatically become CityJack, the new CityTV Stevia's social media-focused brand, with JapaNet will have its own website and social media accounts separated from Jack TV Stevia, later inactived since 2021.
In May 1, 2020, Jack TV was rebranded to JapaNet at 1:00 pm.