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Showbiz’s brightest stars in Boy Abunda’s ‘The Best Talk’

Top Kapamilya stars will take the hot seat in Boy Abunda’s online show The Best Talk, which recently opened its third season on the FYE channel on the popular streaming platform kumu.

Top Kapamilya stars (from left: Janine Gutierrez , Liza Soberano, and Anne Curtis) take the hot seat in Boy Abunda’s 'The Best Talk.'
Top Kapamilya stars (from left: Janine Gutierrez , Liza Soberano, and Anne Curtis) take the hot seat in Boy Abunda’s 'The Best Talk.'
After having Angel Locsin on its pilot episode last Saturday, the King of Talk has prepared an exciting mix of future guests—starting with new Kapamilya and Marry Me, Marry You star Janine Gutierrez, who is expected to talk more about her upcoming TV series with Paulo Avelino this Saturday (Sept. 11). Also joining the show is new Star Magic artist and Miss Universe Philippines 2021 candidate Maureen Wroblewitz.

The remaining Saturdays of September will have no shortage of fun and entertainment as actress-host Anne Curtis appears on The Best Talk’s Sept. 18 episode, followed by two of PBB Kumunity Season 10 hosts Bianca Gonzalez and Robi Domingo on Sept. 25.

Happy couple Luis Manzano and Jessy Mendiola will dish on their married life on Oct. 2, while Liza Soberano will swing by on the virtual talk show on Oct. 23.

Boy Abunda
Boy Abunda
The Best Talk is an hourly show on the FYE channel where Boy invites celebrity guests and various personalities for special conversations livestreamed on kumu. Aside from interviews, the show also added exciting segments such as ‘Kumu Fast Talk,’ ‘Boy Abunda Sessions,’ ‘Balitang Kumu,’ and ‘Kumu Feature’ to further engage its audience.

The Best Talk’s third season streams Saturdays at 8:30 p.m. on the FYE channel on kumu.

Topics: Kapamilya stars , Boy Abunda , The Best Talk , FYE channel , kumu
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