THESE PAST FEW DAYS and the next week, TV5 makes a deliberate change of programming names and schedules.
The Old Programs on the New Time
Edu Manzano joined “Face the People” with Christine Bersola-Babao and Gelli de Belen as they moved back to the early morning, evoking the past slot of “Face to Face.”
T3: Reloaded by the Tulfo brothers will be moved to the late morning slot before Aksyon sa Tanghali.
The New Ones and New Hosts
The most heard-about reality show on social media on Southeast Asia “It Takes Gutz to be a Gutierrez“ was criticized for copying the Kardashians and its show “Keeping Up with the Kardashians.” Unlike the latter’s family where their faces are really thick, the Gutierrezes are real stars. The reality show already aired its first episode as of press time and currently shows it every Saturday.
Let’s Ask Pilipinas is now on Season 2 hosted by Ogie Alcasid and it is also moved on the late morning slot, probably competing against ABS-CBN’s The Singing Bee and possible crushing GMA’s Basta Everyday Happy.
The Amazing Race Philippines has renewed to its second season and audition is in process. Derek Ramsay will return to host the nation’s franchise after two years. The date of the first episode is yet to be announced.
Au revoir, Pilipinas News and Good Morning Ser, Aksyon will be the common brand name of News5’s department come Monday. On July 14, your breakfast TV will be served by Martin Andanar, Lourd de Veyra and comeback Grace Lee with Aksyon sa Umaga. At noon, after Tulfo’s T3: Reload, ‘Aksyon sa Tanghali’ will be anchored by Raffy Tulfo and Cherie Mercado. The prime time news proper will be anchored by Erwin Tulfo and Luchi Cruz-Valdes. Before going to bed, Paolo Bediones and Cheryl Cosim will serve for Aksyon Tonite.
Present and Future Sports Commitments
As of now, TV5 is committed to air another long, painful double round-robin basketball tournament of the Philippines’ oldest collegiate athletic meet, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), on its Season 90.
Later, as of press time, TV5 will air the FIBA Asia Cup in Wuhan, China until the 19th of the month.
Next month, TV5 made a commitment to air the 2014 Nanjing Summer Youth Olympics, ensuring that the new programming lineup was made in advance.
Not only that, the Gilas’ entry to the world after 36 years of absence and pain, in FIBA World Cup in Spain will be broadcast as well, as long as a replay is necessary because the live games start at the graveyard shift.
TV5 will air the 3rd Philippine Pop Music Festival (PhilPop) on the evening of Saturday, July 26 at the Meralco Theater.
To end the small talk, the blog has the liberty to make a parody to the tune of Bob Dylan’s “The Time’s They Are A-Changin’.”
Play the instrumental video as you sing along with the lyrics.
Come gather ’round, Turfers, wherever you are.
Look at their schedules whether near or a-far.
The turn of the tide makes the viewers bizarre.
The programs and specials a-shiftin’
Let us see when this baby will be going far.
For the time Five is a-changin’.
Gilas games are now planned and aired ne’er to soon.
But more shows we looked on with a big opportune.
JAMES TY III:
It’s so great, I can’t stop a-postin’.
RALPH and JAMES:
We would know how Manny’s new settings attune.
For the times Five is a-changin’.
We aren’t so happy with these kinds of change.
We don’t like these slots, it makes us a-derange.
These toon blocks and flick blocks, it made us shortchange.
Is Sir Noel still keep us a-listenin’?
His ears are now deaf and it lacks of exchange.
For the times Five is a-Changin’.
PH TV MONITORS:
TV5 have so much great specialties,
PhilPop, Nanjing Youth, Let’s Ask P, pretty please.
Please, Big Two, cease the war ’cause we want to seek peace.
Let the viewers choose their own watchin’.
So sit back and enjoy, just watch ’em with ease
For the times Five is a-changin.
Happy fourth anniversary, Pinoy Nostalgia, headed by webmaster, Kuyang Gabby Hernandez. Mabuhay ang PN!
[Photo courtesy of Balita.com]