Jeepney TV introduces its first ever talk show featuring today’s latest and most-talked about entertainment news in Showbiz Pa More, hosted by DJ Jhai Ho, which premieres today.
The one-hour weekly program will bring in the most talked about showbiz controversies, trending topics, events, and other exclusives, delivered in a feel-good, engaging way by Jhai Ho, more popularly known as MOR 101.9’s showbiz reporter and DJ. He also features exciting celebrity interviews online via “Hotspot” and “Hotspot Wheel Talk.”
In Showbiz Pa More’s pilot episode, Jhai Ho chats with actor Matteo Guidicelli in the show’s main segment, “On Da Spot.” Expect a fun interview with the Bagani star as Jhai Ho throws in exciting questions as well challenge his handsome guest to a game.
Other guest celebrities for the month of May are singer Jake Zyrus, The Blood Sisters actor Enchong Dee, and Hanggang Saan lead star Sylvia Sanchez.
The show also includes “Hotspot,” a rundown of the most talked about showbiz headlines, and “Joyride” featuring behind-the-scene event exclusives. More showbiz tidbits follow in special segments, such as #ThrowbackKahitHindiThursday where stars share stories about unforgettable scenes in Jeepney TV’s featured movie or series, and portions where Jhai Ho talks to fans in On The Jeep (OTJ), Extreme Fan, and more.
Jeepney TV takes pride in showcasing all-time favorite Kapamilya shows and movies dating back to the ‘80s as well as recent, contemporary classics that have become part of Filipinos’ lives. It is available on SKYcable channel 9, Destiny Cable Analog 41 and Digital 9.
Catch Showbiz Pa More starting today on Jeepney TV, 4:00 p.m..For updates, follow @abscbnpr on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram or visitwww.abscbnpr.com.
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