Get in the ‘SeenZone’ with Star Magic talents

posted April 07, 2021 at 09:25 pm
by  Manila Standard Showbiz
ABS-CBN’s new online channel SeenZone brings real talk, music, tips, and more from various Kapamilya artists in the virtual Star Magic Tambayan, streaming on Pinoy livestreaming app kumu.

Get in the ‘SeenZone’ with Star Magic talents
SeenZone is ABS-CBN’s newest online channel that streams its shows on the popular app Kumu.
App users are invited to hang out and jam with Star Magic talents as they go live daily at 2:00 p.m., showcase their skills, and talk about their life, career, and everything in between.

Catch Turs Daza back-to-back with Ramona Vega on Thursday, Batit Espiritu and Luis Vera Perez on Friday, and Eian Rances and Isaiah dela Cruz on Saturday.

It’s Migo Manikan and Bianca de Vera’s turn to shine on SeenZone on April 12, KD Estrada and Mark Rivera on April 13, Reich Alim and Gigi Delana on April 14, Alora and Anji Salvacion on April 15, Andre Brouillete and Miko Canosa on April 16, and Jamie Salenga and SAB on April 17.

Meanwhile, Carla Guevara-Laforteza joins the cooking fun in SeenZone’s food block, Tikimmm, which helps viewers become more inventive, resourceful, and creative in the kitchen.

The theater actress-singer goes live and renders some tunes while cooking fresh dishes every Tuesday and Thursday at 12:30 p.m..

Apart from the must-watch Star Magic Tambayan and Tikimmm livestreams, the Kapamilya offering in the growing “Kumunity” also streams live music in Tambay + Gig block, educational shows in Ibang Klase, parenting talks in Momshies, and many more. 

Topics: ABS-CBN , SeenZone , Star Magic Tambayan , Kapamilya artists , kumu
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