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‘Magandang Buhay’ consistent trending topic

Good vibes trend every weekday morning with “momshies” Karla Estrada, Melai Cantiveros, and Jolina Magdangal engaging viewers in fun and meaningful discussions about life in ABS-CBN’s morning talk show Magandang Buhay.

With netizens actively sharing their thoughts and taking part in the discussion online, the program’s daily hashtags have also become consistent trending topics on Twitter nationwide.

Some share opinions on the topic-at-hand while some comment on their favorite celebrity guests.

“My best friend is my mom because every time we bond we pick on each other. Love you mommy,” said netizen @mariatricia04.

“Momshies:” (From left) Melai Cantiveros, Karla Estrada and Jolina Magdangal
“I always admire @DimplesRomana as a mom! Her parental skills are admirable. Her children are just so amazing. #MagandangBuhayBFFMom,” @jajafirmeza, a fan of the show said.

There are also some who salivate when the momshies begin their cooking segment, while some simply find entertainment in their uncanny chemistry.

“It’s so fun to watch Magandang Buhay. Hahaha! The chemistry among the three hosts is beautiful, natural, and just funny. #AbsCbn #Kapamilya,” tweeted @iamprincessle

Netizens also get kilig vibes when guests like KathNiel, Hashtags, Girl Trends, and the son of Maricel Laxa-Pangilinan, Donny, grace the “Magandang Buhay” stage. Even momshie Karla felt the love when she and Jose Garcia, father of Coleen Garcia, were dubbed as the newest loveteam “KarJo.”

“I’M SO KILIG WITH KARJO! KILIG!!! KATHNIEL-LIKE!” said @pseudonymous69.

With its engaging topics and lesson-filled discussions, Magandang Buhay continues to increase its viewership across different areas in the country, according to data from Kantar Media.

Keep watching Magandang Buhay, Monday to Friday, 7:30 a.m. on ABS-CBN or ABS-CBN HD (SkyCable ch 167). Watch also for the latest episodes free on iwantv.com.ph or skyondemand.com.ph for Sky subscribers.

For updates, follow @_magandangbuhay on Twitter and Instagram or like the official Facebook page at www.facebook.com/OfficialMagandangBuhay.

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Patriotic songs in ‘Ryan Ryan Musikahan’ special

At a time when our nation braces for a fresh start with its new set of leaders, Ryan Cayabyab and the country’s most seasoned artists rouse nationalistic fervor through inspiring and heart-rending songs in Para sa Bayan: A Ryan Ryan Musikahan.

Guest performers for the much-anticipated original Jeepney TV special are headlined by John Arcilla, acclaimed lead star of Heneral Luna and an accomplished stage actor, power-belter Bituin Escalante, rising diva Morisette Amon, and young singing sensation Darren Espanto. 

Maestro Ryan Cayabyab and “Para sa Bayan: A Ryan Ryan Musikahan” guest artists
Joining them are former band front man and now solo artist Ebe Dancel, master guitarist LJ Manzano Te, the Ryan Cayabyab Singers,  and actor-poet Juan Miguel Severo who created an original spoken word work to be performed alongside the Maestro just for this special. The special is the fourth in a series of revival specials of Ryan Ryan Musikahan, one of Philippine TV’s most awarded and most revered programs.  It will be under the helm of iconic TV director, Johnny Manahan.

Para sa Bayan: A Ryan Ryan Musikahan will premiere exclusively on Sky Pay-Per-View today and will be up until June 30, in time for the 118th year commemoration of Philippine Independence. The special is an original production of Jeepney TV, the no. 1 local variety cable channel and home of timeless TV programs that bridge generations of Filipino viewers.

To subscribe to a three-day access to Para sa Bayan: A Ryan Ryan Musikahan for only P199, visit mysky.com.ph/ryanryanmusikahanparasabayan or text SUBSCRIBE<space>9-digit account number to 23662 or call (02) 3810000. The musical comes with a bonus content of Ryan Ryan Musikahan: Piyano at Gitara and behind-the-scenes feature of the Para sa Bayan: Ryan Ryan Musikahan.

Jeepney TV is available on SkyCable channel 9, Destiny Cable Analog 41 and Digital 9. For updates, like Jeepney TV on Facebook (facebook.com/Jeepney TV).

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Kris, Jodi and Ian show why love is all we need

Love reigns this weekend among ABS-CBN TVplus users nationwide as it showcases the Star Cinema MMFF 2015 entry All You Need Is Pag-Ibig in the Kapamilya Box Office for P30. 

Families will see why love is really what people need in the exciting stories of people from all walks of life portrayed by Kris Aquino, Jodi Sta. Maria, Ian Veneracion, and more.

Completing the family’s movie blockbuster fix are No Other Woman, Petrang Kabayo, and the Hollywood film My Soul To Take. 

Families also have a chance to catch-up on missed episodes of Dolce Amore via a marathon airing this weekend on KBO.

To enjoy a movie bonding with the family this weekend, load P30 on your ABS-CBNmobile prepaid SIM and use it to register by texting KBO30<SPACE>JUNE11 <SPACE> TVplus box ID and send to 2131.

To know the seven-character box ID, press the INFO button of the TVplus remote control. Once a text confirmation is received, press SCAN on the TVplus remote control to activate KBO on the ABS-CBN TVplus’ 7th channel.  For remote controls without a SCAN button, press the MAIL button. KBO logo will be displayed on the 7th channel after scanning.

Good news also awaits new ABS-CBN TVplus users who purchased the ‘mahiwagang black box’ this June as it comes with a one-month free trial of KBO. 

To avail of the free trial, text FREEKBO <SPACE> TVplus Box ID using an ABS-CBNmobile prepaid SIM.

The Kapamilya Box Office (KBO) is the newest feature of ABS-CBN TVplus that allows families to have more TV bonding moments at home via commercial-free weekend movie marathons for P30. 

Movies airing on KBO can also be seen via iWant TV on ABS-CBNmobile. 

For users who don’t have an ABS-CBNmobile SIM, the SIM is available in any SM store, 7-Eleven branch, telco tiangge, and the ABS-CBNmobile store priced at P30. Users may also order through text by sending SIM DELIVERY to 2366.

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Laughter in Asia’s Songbird’s home

Laughter reverberates in Asia’s Songbird’s home today with her scene-stealing friends, Tetay who seems to steal the thunder from Regine Velasquez-Alcasid as host, Madam Aya de Beauvoir (Manilyn Reynes) from Poor Señorita and Madam Digna Molina (Jaclyn Jose) from A1 Ko Sa’yo.

From left: Teri Gian, Manilyn Reynes, Jaclyn Jose, Regine Velasquez and Tetay
Cannes 2016 Best Actress Jaclyn will prepare an Ilocano dish while Regine and Manilyn dish out songs to whet everyone’s appetite.

It’s going to be a sumptuous lunch in Sarap Diva on GMA-7 after Maynila.

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Cogie Domingo blindly in love with Maey Bautista

Cogie Domingo and Maey Bautista will prove that love is indeed blind in the romantic episode of Wagas today.

Cogie is Isyo, a blind construction worker from Quezon. Isyo was living a simple life providing for his family when an accident took his sense of sight. And since he is blind, his girlfriend left him too.

Cogie Domingo (left) returns to the small screen with Maey Bautista in today’s episode of ‘Wagas”
Still, Isyo did not stop from working hard. With the help of some of his friends, he learned the ropes of construction work. While working, Isyo meets Charitie. Aware that she is on the heavy side, Charitie has already accepted her fate that no one would be attracted to her and that she would end up as a spinster.

But Isyo would alter this belief. He might be blind, yet Isyo saw true love in Charitie. Charitie, in return, has found the man who would not judge her based on her looks and who would accept everything about her.

Catch this unique pair-up of Cogie Domingo and Maey Bautista on Wagas this Saturday, 7 p.m. on GMA News TV. 

Topics: magandang buhay , morning talk , abs-cbn , kapamilya , jolina magdangal , melai cantiveros , karla estrada
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