“To receive a nomination is already a great honor so imagine our surprise when Toda Max won. Our sitcom isn’t even a year old yet,” said Vhong.
He also said that since jurors behind the CMMA are academicians, civic and religious leaders and members of the clergy, they’re very sensitive in choosing the winners. “I think what contributed to our win is the fact that we don’t only make people laugh, we also make sure that they learn something from the show.”
Robin, who portrays Tol in the sitcom said, “Toda Max imparts moral values to the viewers and I think that’s one of the reasons why we won this award.”
The cast promises to continue making people laugh through their moral lesson-infused episodes.
Meanwhile on “Toda Max” this Saturday, Isabel (Angel Locsin) finally receives a job offer and hopes that her neighbors and family members will behave properly during the background inspection by her prospective clients. But they will be surprised by the return of Isabel’s aunt George (Gina Pareño) who was just recently pardoned from prison.
Will everything work out well despite the presence of Isabel’s war freak aunt? Find out in “Toda Max” where Kiray Celis will also join the fun after “The X Factor Philippines” on ABS-CBN this Saturday (October 6).