“Who would want to leave if you’re with the number one? If it’s not with ABS-CBN, I would have gone in a different direction and not in the field of television,” Kris stated.
She admitted that she had negotiations with another network, but she cleared that they did not talk about her possible transfer.
“I thought of using the revenues from ‘My Little Bossings’ to set-up my own production company,” she explained.
Aside from hosting “Kris TV,” she confirmed that she will have an online show that can be viewed via ABS-CBNmobile and an upcoming talk show with King of Talk Boy Abunda. Fans must also watch out for “Kris RealiTV Dubai Adventure.”
Present during the contract signing were ABS-CBN business unit head and Kris’ talent manager Deo Endrinal, broadcast head Cory Vidanes, chairman Eugenio Lopez III, president and CEO Charo Santos–Concio, and ABS-CBN Convergence president and managing director Carlo Katigbak.