Two old mainstays return to ABS-CBN’s News and Current Affairs block.
‘My Puhunan’, hosted by Karen Davila, and ‘Red Alert’, hosted by Atom Araullo, will once again embrace ABS-CBN’s Kapamilya Gold lineup. The two returning shows will replace ‘3 in 1’ and ‘RealiTV: Mga Bidyong Nakakabilib’.
As their titles suggest, ‘My Puhunan’ and ‘Red Alert’ focuses on entrepreneurship and disaster response, respectively. ‘My Puhunan’ will feature stories of aspiring entrepreneurs who sought the advice of experienced businessmen to succeed in their craft, while ‘Red Alert’ will feature tips in overcoming various incidents and disasters.
‘My Puhunan’ originally aired every Wednesday from July 17, 2013 to February 4, 2015, while ‘Red Alert’ originally aired every Friday from March 21, 2014 to February 6, 2015. The latter started out as a radio program on DZMM TeleRadyo and DZMM Radyo Patrol 630, before it became a weekly ABS-CBN public affairs program.
‘My Puhunan’ and ‘Red Alert’ will join holdovers ‘Mission Possible’, ‘Sports U’ and ‘Tapatan ni Tunying’ on the NCA block, and will air at 4:30 p.m. every Tuesday and Wednesday, respectively. For regional networks, ‘My Puhunan’ and Red Alert’ will air every Wednesday and Thursday at 9:00 a.m., to give way to ‘TV Patrol’ regional newscasts.
5 thoughts on “My Puhunan and Red Alert Return to ABS-CBN’s NCA Block”
The return of Red Alert and My Puhunan is a good move. Karen’s old Tuesday show was not fit for the afternoon slot and it was costly for it to be aired live. As for Red Alert, good timing because of the rainy season.
And besides, Karen still has Pasada Sais Trenta airing at the same time, that’s why it became a conflict of interest. Red Alert still aired on radio while the TV version was on hiatus, but still, it was just right to bring it back.
Red Alert needs to be back on TV so that it can get more viewers. The show being on radio and Teleradyo is not enough especially those who don’t have cable TV or TV Plus.
Because Red Alert is the disaster preparedness campaign of ABS-CBN News. That’s why.