ABS-CBN is premiering on its daytime block another story of a child that will remind the audience of the importance of forgiveness to save the family. The new daytime series is called Nang Ngumiti Ang Langit. It airs just before the network’s noontime show, It’s Showtime
Kat de Castro, the newly minted president and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the government sequestered broadcast network said during her first “meet the press” lunch at Mesa on T. Morato that under her watch she promised to bring back the network’s reputation as the “original no. 1” first by bringing those shows back, or at least those that the network has been able to preserve, on the air as it gathers new ammunition to be on the competition track once more.
Arnell said, “I think I was able to serve the people in many ways I could in the past years that the President (Rodrigo Duterte) has appointed me to first the Pagcor and second to OWWA. I think I’d like to go back to being a private citizen again, and when there would be offers for me to go back to show business, I’d seriously consider them.”
Santos comes full circle in this film; she, after all, marked her film acting career with an award-winning performance in Mike de Leon’s 1976 “Itim” for which she bagged the Gawad Urian’s Pinakamahusay na Pangunahing Aktres (Best Actress) in 1977 as Teresa, a woman supposedly possessed by her dead sister’s spirit.
When Miss Universe 2018 was in town for the much-awaited homecoming, she stirred the employees at Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company. Catriona Gray made a surprise stop over at the telco’s Makati head office where she met PLDT Chairman and CEO Manny V. Panqilinan.
That was the question that singer Lani Misalucha, otherwise known as Asia’s Nightingale, was hard-pressed to answer when asked at a press conference for The Aces, a show that brings together herself and two other singers – Jona and Darren Espanto – at the Smart Araneta Coliseum on March 30.
Diño also acknowledged Globe and its long-running anti-piracy advocacy, #PlayItRight. During the Film Ambassadors’ Night, Diño encouraged filmmakers to support the cause by thanking the men and women behind and before the camera whose lives are affected by online piracy through a short video at the end of every movie appealing to moviegoers to respect the hard work of the cast and crew and help them sustain their livelihood.