Every Thursday and Friday nights, GMA Network brings to its viewers a relaxing way to cap off a tiring week via its comedy shows A1 Ko Sa’Yo and Bubble Gang.
Last night, the naughty comedy show A1 Ko Sa’Yo got the audience glued, I’m pretty sure, to their television screens as Kaycee (Denise Barbacena)’s class adviser wants to meet Rolly (Gardo Versoza) and Digna (Jaclyn Jose) to discuss an urgent matter. As Digna suspected that Kaycee was probably neglecting her studies and secretly dating a boyfriend, she spotted Kaycee and Errol (Ervic Vijandre) together in a mall. She secretly followed them around to spy and prove her suspicions right.
While Primo (Roi Vinzon) was also at the mall for a secret “eyeball” date with his long time chatmate, Tintin (Gee Canlas) was on an unusual task with Miley (Solenn Heusaff) on a sideline gig in one of the mall’s boutique stores.
Meanwhile, tonight Kapuso artists Jak Roberto, Jay Arcilla, Arra San Agustin, Marlann Flores, Arianne Bautista and Barbie Forteza visit the hilarious yet amazing world of Bubble Gang.
Michael V. will make everyone roll in laughter in “Basa Basa Pik” where he asks questions about Bubble Gang’s history and the one chosen must answer correctly or else he/she will fall into the dunk tank.
Find yourselves laughing out loud with the witty parody of GMA News’ documentary show Reporter’s Notebook as Bitoy announces to the press the government’s new program that will let netizens send help to the people in need through the use of social media site Facebook.
Learn how to prepare delicious and budget-friendly recipes for the whole family as GMA News TV and CDO Foodsphere, Inc. launch the newest cooking show Everyday Sarap with CDO beginning Aug. 7.
This program is hosted by no less than Ultimate Star Jennylyn Mercado as she shares her passion for cooking in creating healthy, unique and satisfying meals using new CDO products including Danes Cheese Spread, Idol Cheesedog, CDO Sweet Preserves and CDO Ulam Burger.
Jennylyn—who has been very outspoken about her love for cooking—shares that she really enjoys hosting the program because it teaches her new dishes that delights her family, most especially her son Jazz.
“Very happy ako hosting this cooking show kasi alam niyo naman na gustung-gusto ko talagang magluto. Sa bahay mahilig ako mag-bake at magluto. Kaya enjoy ako sa show na ito kasi madami akong natututunan. At least pag uwi ko, may bago akong alam na pwede kong gawin at lutuin for Jazz.”
Jen also says she is thankful for the trust and continued support that CDO has been giving her for the past years.
“I am grateful and masaya at the same time kasi natutuwa sila sa performance ko. And nakikita nila na I give my best in everything I do,” Jen said.
Noel Añonuevo directs Everyday Sarap with CDO, Monday to Friday at 8:20 to 8:30 a.m., 3 to 3:10 p.m. and 7 to 7:10 p.m.; on Saturdays at 8:20 to 8:30 a.m., 3-3:10 p.m. and 4:50 to 5 p.m.; and on Sundays at 12:25 to 12:55 p.m., 4:50 to 5 p.m. and 5:40 to 5:50 p.m. on GMA News TV.
Get the latest updates about Everyday Sarap with CDO from its Facebook page—facebook.com/everydaysarapwithCDO.
Red-hot young leading man James Reid’s popularity and influence cannot be underestimated.
When he recently posted photos taken with his FUJIFILM cameras from his showbiz gigs and travels with girlfriend and love team partner Nadine Lustre, their followers went wild with feverish excitement.
FUJIFILM, one of the world’s most trusted photographic brands, was quick to notice James’ creativity and “eye for photography”.
James owes his peaking popularity to hard work, patience, good looks, and young, hip appeal which translates to hit movies and TV soaps, concerts and albums. FUJIFILM is thus eyeing him to be the brand’s newest endorser.
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