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TFC launches first original comedy

Welcome the new decade with lots of fun and laughter with TFC’s latest offering, Stand Up for Laughs, which can be seen for free by all registered users outside the Philippines via TFC Online and soon in the Philippines via iWant.

TFC launches first original comedy
Alex Calleja and Orca
The comedy show is an eight-episode stand-up comedy series which is TFC’s first venture into producing content under the comedy genre.

“We are excited to launch not only our first comedy series but also a fresh batch of comedians who turn to humor to raise awareness about the lives of the Filipinos abroad and some parts of our culture that is uniquely Filipino,” said Global Content head Ned Legaspi.

Bringing non-stop laughter while featuring some scenarios in the lives of the Filipinos abroad are stand-up comedians lead and directed by Laugh Factory’s Funniest Person in the World 2016 finalist Alex Calleja, with GB Labrador, Orca, Winer Aguilar, Nicki Morena, Clark Llaga, Ramon Cabochan, and Yuki.

“We wrote our own materials,” Calleja relates. “Kasi ang stand-up comedy is based on your experience. Pero ito lumabas kami sa comfort zonenamin, nilagayan ng konting storytelling na hindi lumalayo sa reality.”

TFC launches first original comedy
Yuki and Nicki Morena
Get ready to laugh your hearts out in the relatable eight-episode standup comedy series Stand Up for Laughs, which can be seen outside the Philippines via TFC Online (www.TFC.tv) and soon in the Philippines via iWant. This is free for all registered users.

Topics: Stand Up for Laughs , TFC Online , iWant , Ned LegaspiLaugh Factory’s Funniest Person in the World 2016
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