Followers of the trending issues featured in Raffy Tulfo’s top-rating radio program Wanted sa Radyo and public affairs show Idol in Action saw one of the controversial stories unfold last Saturday, Jan. 16, with the successful TV premiere of Wanted: Ang Serye on TV5.
An extension of Raffy Tulfo’s dedicated service to the common Filipino, Wanted: Ang Serye brings to life the most talked about issues from the vaults of Wanted sa Radyo and Idol in Action as resolved by the Tulfo himself.
Wanted: Ang Serye’s pilot episode last Saturday, Jan. 16, featured the story of an OFW mother Mary (Pokwang) who had to deal with the scandalous affair between her son Tony (played by Bugoy Cariño) and daughter Marie (Louise delos Reyes).
On Jan. 23, the weekly series presents the story of transgender Exur (Epi Quizon) and her lesbian partner Joana (Ritz Azul). Other stellar performances can be expected from award-winning artists such as Adrian Alandy, Max Eigenmann, Alex Castro, Ruby Ruiz, Mickey Ferriols, and Kim Molina in the coming episodes.
“Wanted: Ang Serye is more than a dramatization of Wanted Sa Radyo’s controversial stories. We go the extra mile by following up on the case subjects to check on how they have been dealing with their situation,” Tulfo said during the program’s visual press conference on Tuesday.
In the final segment of the show, viewers not only get to witness the resolution of the issue tackled but learn valuable lessons, as well.
With Raffy Tulfo at the helm of Wanted: Ang Serye, the program promises to shed light on the real stories behind these talked about cases and provide a resolution and learnings, as well.
Wanted: Ang Serye airs every Saturday, 9:00 p.m. on TV5.
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