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Beginning your day with ‘Unang Hirit’

Miss waking up early with the Unang Hirit barkada? Fret no more as the longest-running morning TV show will now be airing at 5:30 a.m. beginning today.

Beginning today, GMA’s morning show ‘Unang Hirit’ starts airing at 5:30 a.m.
Early risers can get more dose of energy boost as UH hosts Arnold Clavio, Susan Enriquez, Connie Sison, Ivan Mayrina, Mariz Umali, Suzi Entrata-Abrera, Lyn Ching, Love Añover-Llanko, and Lhar Santiago bring them the freshest news and entertaining features.

Like most TV shows, UH had to temporarily stop airing last March in compliance with the enhanced community quarantine being implemented in Luzon. While off-air, the show kept its followers updated online via its Facebook page and Instagram account.

The award-winning program returned on-air last April 13 through Unang Hirit: COVID-19 Special Coverage, which aired weekdays from 6:00 to 8:00 a.m.. With social distancing still being encouraged amid the pandemic, only a few hosts were able to broadcast from the studio.

Using technology, the rest of the UH barkada kept the viewers company from their respective homes. They also utilized video conference applications in conducting their interviews and other live guestings of featured artists.

And now that UH has adjusted to an earlier time slot starting today, viewers can expect more “Serbisyong Totoo” from the UH barkada. Aside from news, weather reports, and traffic updates, viewers will still be informed about the latest topics that make it to the headline with UH’s in-depth interviews with various newsmakers.

Topics: Unang Hirit , Arnold Clavio , Susan Enriquez , Connie Sison , Ivan Mayrina , Mariz Umali , Suzi Entrata-Abrera , Lyn Ching , Love Añover-Llanko , Lhar Santiago , Unang Hirit: COVID-19 Special Coverage
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