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Digital projects tackle ‘Stay At Home’ stories

ABS-CBN has launched two relevant digital projects, Stay At Home Stories: Mga Kwento ng Taong Bahay, which features the plight of Filipinos amid the COVID-19 outbreak, and Team FitFil, which aims to help Pinoys to be fit and in shape while staying indoors.

Digital projects tackle ‘Stay At Home’ stories
Robi Domingo is featured in ‘Team FitFil,’ a digital show that proves that we only need four minutes to stay healthy and fit. 
Stay At Home Stories: Mga Kwento ng Taong Bahay is a collection of short stories that gives viewers a glimpse of many Filipinos’ daily struggles amid the ongoing public health crisis. It is streamed twice a week on ABS-CBN Entertainment’s Facebook page (fb.com/ABSCBNnetwork), YouTube channel, and website (ent.abs-cbn.com).

For its premiere, former PBB housemates Aljon Mendoza and Hasna Cabral with actor Jojit Lorenzo starred in the online show’s first two episodes. Aljon portrayed a frontliner who was forcefully separated from his father due to the outbreak in the episode “Kornbip-19,” while Hasna played a single mother who wrote a touching letter to her children explaining the tough situation they are in in “Yakap.”

Meanwhile, Filipinos’ health and well-being are highlighted in Team FitFil, which proves that we only need four minutes to stay healthy and fit. It can be streamed on ABS-CBN S+A YouTube channel (youtube.com/ABSCBNSports) and airs daily on ABS-CBN S+A at 7:30 a.m., with replays at 3:30 p.m.

Fitness coaches Jim and Toni Saret demonstrate four-minute home workout routines that people can try, while dance coach Mickey Perz keeps fitness buffs grooving and sweating in four minutes with his dance exercises.

Its pilot episode featured Robi Domingo and PBB’s Kiwi sisters Franki Russell and Diana Mackey.

Topics: ABS-CBN , Stay At Home Stories: Mga Kwento ng Taong Bahay , COVID-19 outbreak
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