Following the very successful TV5 regional roadshows in Cebu for the Sinulog festival, in Iloilo for the Dinagyang festival, and then most recently in Davao for a record-breaking, special Valentine’s day mall show, this time, the Kapatid network was one with the people of Baguio as some of TV5’s hottest stars headed up north to the summer capital of the Philippines to lead the grand culmination of one of the country’s most popular annual events, the Panagbenga Festival.
Over 12,000 people—families, groups of friends, local fans of all ages, as well as tourists—witnessed the festive show of TV5 that featured entertaining performances, exciting games and other fun activities that were led by some of the Kapatid network’s hottest stars, who also introduced brand TV5 shows the viewers can look forward to.
The crowd was very delighted to see some of the main cast members of TV5’s latest daily primetime offering, Confessions of a Torpe, led by Ogie Alcasid, Alice Dixson, Wendell Ramos Mark Neumann and Albie Casiño. The culminating show also featured surprise performances by the said cast, and some lucky fans were even chosen from the huge crowd as they shared the stage alongside the stars to play various games.
Confessions of a Torpe, which airs Monday – Friday at 7:30pm, also stars Gelli de Belen, Bayani Agbayani, Pilita Corales, Shaira Mae and Jojo Alejar.
TV5’s newest leading man, Alwyn Uytingco, also electrified the crowd as he showed off his dance moves on stage with select fans who could not contain their kilig and excitement. Alwyn, too was excited to share with the crowd for the first time his newest project with the Kapatid network—the daily primetime drama-comedy, Beki Boxer, which will premiere on March 31 at 7pm.
Beki Boxer, which will take the spotlight starting March 31 at 7pm, also stars Artista Academy hunk Alvin Abrenica, and Christian Vasquez.
Furthermore, the crowd also went wild as the fun and crazy cast of TV5’s upcoming sitcom, One of the Boys, went on the main stage. TV5 drama princess Eula Caballero and the five half-Pinoy hunks of Juan Direction—Daniel Marsh, Charlie Sutcliffe, Henry Edwards, Michael McDonnell and Brian Wilson—were given a loud welcome by the very excited Panagbenga 2014 Festival attendees.
One of the Boys is top-billed by veteran actor and comedian Joey de Leon, who makes his much-awaited return in the sitcom genre after 7 long years. The program, which will air soon on TV5, also stars Nadine Samonte, Benjo Leoncio, and Empoy.
With the Everyday All the Way sa Panagbenga 2014 show culminating the first quarter of the year’s successful regional road show of TV5, fans will be assured that the Kapatid network will continue to visit more key cities to further expand its reach to more people in and out of the country.