Starting on April 28, I will miss watching 'Babangon Ako't Dudurugin Kita' series which stars Yasmien Kurdi, JC De Vera, Angelika Dela Cruz, Marvin Agustin and Ms. Dina Bonnevie.
BADK will move its timeslot more early.
I used to watch BADK almost every night dahil sa oras na ito ang gising ko from few hours of sleep after graveyard work.
Quite sad, but the TV adaptation of Gilda Olvidado's novel is better and more worthy to be seen in an early primetime slot.
Once, news program 'Bandila' was dubbed as ABS-CBN's response to the Filipino viewers hunting for a late-evening news in earlier timeslot.
But recently, Kapamilya Network seems to fail on its commitment.
Bandila is now being aired and almost pitted against its counterpart 'Saksi' [GMA-7] which has airing time between 11:30pm-12:25am.
Sabagay, hindi na ito bago sa ABS.
Ilang beses na ring nagbida ang istasyon sa paglalagay ng TV Patrol [World] sa inabanteng oras sa primetime-- imbes na 6:30pm ay 6pm na raw... but unfortunately, ABS failed to stand firm on its much-hyped 'public service.'
Pero nabago na nga talaga ang TV viewing habit sa Pilipinas, and it's because most TV stations are more keen to announce unexact airing time of its programs.
Kesyo...ganito na lang palagi...
"Dyesebel...pagkatapos ng Babangon Ako't Dudurugin Kita..."
"Wheel of Fortune... bago mag-TV Patrol World"
This Friday night, loyal Kapuso and Kapamilya viewers will bid goodbye [emotional ka na nyan?] to their beloved primetime TV series.
'Kung Fu Kids,' ABS-CBN's children-oriented show and dubbed as first local TV show to utilize the 16-point motion capture technology... will bring down the curtain after 13-week run.
Action-packed series 'Palos' [ABS-CBN2] starring Jake Cuenca and Cesar Montano will also close its book tonight.
On GMA's yard, meanwhile, Richard Gutierrez-starrer telefantasya "Kamandag' will also do the same thing.