TV5’s two standout programs are back, with new hosts eager to make a mark.
It was announced that ‘Face the People’ and ‘Let’s Ask Pilipinas’ will return for another season this Monday. The former will now air at 10:15 a.m., followed by the latter.
In addition, both programs will receive new hosts. Edu Manzano will now join Gelli de Belen and Tintin Bersola-Babao as the third host on ‘Face the People’, while Ogie Alcasid will replace Aga Muhlach for ‘Let’s Ask Pilipinas’.
Edu was last seen regularly as host of ‘What’s Up, Doods’, which ceased production in December 2013, while Ogie will return to weekday programming three weeks after his tawaserye ‘Confessions of a Torpe’ ended on June 20.
Both programs were once aired as part of the now-defunct ‘Everyday All the Way’ afternoon to evening block. ‘Let’s Ask Pilipinas’ was last seen on March 28, before it was replaced by ‘Beki Boxer’, while ‘Face the People’ aired its last episode on June 6, before it gave way to a re-run of ‘Star Confessions’.
Their transfer to the morning slot is intended towards the accommodation of upcoming sports events on the Kapatid network. TV5 is slated to air the Gilas Pilipinas matches in the FIBA Asia Cup, the FIBA World Cup, and the Asian Games, along with the Nanjing Youth Olympic Games.
The return of both programs is just one of several programming changes that TV5 will implement this month. More on the other changes in future articles.
2 thoughts on “Face the People, Let’s Ask Pilipinas Return”
Ralph, don’t forget the return of the PBA games to TV5 when the new season begins in October. BOTH games will be aired live with probably Aksyon to be aired in between and the teleseryes to air at 9 pm.
For Sunday games, most likely, the time slot will be from 4-8 pm followed by Vic Sotto’s game show.