More and more viewers are getting hooked on the story of the Samontes and the Elizondos in ABS-CBN’s hit primetime series Pasion De Amor as the program hit its new all-time high national TV rating of 28.2 percent versus its rival program’s 10.4 percent last on Oct 6.
This is the highest recorded TV rating of any program airing in the 6 p.m. timeslot this year.
Watch more explosive twists unfold especially with the much awaited return of Gabriela (Teresa Loyzaga) in the lives of Juan (Jake Cuenca), Norma (Arci Munoz), Oscar (Ejay Falcon), Sari (Ellen Adarna), Franco (Joseph Marco), and Jamie (Coleen Garcia).
What’s in store for all of them?
As Gabriela plots to make their lives miserable once more, will the former lovers get to rekindle what they once had?
Now that Juan is getting closer to his son with Norma, will they give love another chance and give JD the complete family that he deserves? How long can Oscar resist Sari, who continues to seduce him? Is it really the end of the line for Franco and Jamie? Or will fate bring their hearts closer again?
They say every villain is a hero in his or her own story. Today, MTRCB Uncut gives the so-called female kontrabidas of Philippine showbiz the time to shine.
Three generations of villainesses—Dexter Doria, Karen Delos Reyes, and Rhed Bustamante—engage in an exciting “Prangkahan” with MTRCB Board Member Raquel Villavicencio and hosts Bobby Andrews and Jackie Aquino.
Donita Rose shares her Klik experiences in portraying a kontrabida in the recently concluded soap Let The Love Begin. She opens up to the iconic kontrabida Gladys Reyes of the difficulties she encountered.
MTRCB Chairperson Toto Villareal explains the story behind the “What’s Kabit?” infomercial featuring Judy Ann Santos and Ryan Agoncillo as well as discusses how the agency regulates shows on cable channels in “I-Share Mo Kay Chair.”
MTRCB Uncut airs Sundays 7 p.m. on Net 25.
KidZania Manila, the interactive kid-sized play city where kids do big things, has become one of the most visited attractions at the Bonifacio Global City since opening at the Park Triangle Mall in August.
Every week, thousands of kids aged four to 14 years old, accompanied by their parents and loved ones, visit KidZania Manila where more than 70 real-life establishments and over 100 immersive role-playing activities enable kids to discover their career interests in a safe, unique, and interactive environment.
Now, kids and their families can explore KidZania Manila and discover more about how this talked-about attraction was brought to life in a documentary special entitled Welcome to KidZania Manila!
The program will be aired on ABS-CBN Channel 2 (on Sky Cable, Channel 8), at 8:30 a.m. today.
Hosted by Eggo Velasco and Reese Rosales, the feature offers a virtual exclusive tour of KidZania Manila, taking viewers inside the kid-sized city, starting with the airport where they each get their boarding pass and check for 50 kidZos, the official currency of KidZania.
Through the documentary, the audience will get to know the people who have built KidZania Manila as they talk about how they carefully planned and built an actual kid-sized city, complete with realistic places and recognizable brands—from paved streets and fully-functional vehicles, to replicas of a hospital, fire station, retail shops, dining destinations, TV station, factories, a university and other city structures.
Kids are also featured sharing their experiences and what they actually learned while role playing their dream jobs such as doctor, fireman, police officer, baker, teacher and pilot, among other careers and professions.
The documentary also features noted child education experts as they share valuable insights on the importance of letting kids role play different jobs to build their self esteem and sense of independence, earn kidZos, and learn the value of saving money, as well as interact with other kids and make friends.
With all the benefits that it offers, KidZania Manila is definitely one educational yet fun destination that kids and their families should explore and experience.
Don’t miss Welcome to KidZania Manila and find out more about how the play city where kids can do big things came to be.