‘Titser’ tackles corruption in school system
Corruption in a small-townschool results in tragedy in tonight’s episode of GMA News TV’s “Titser.”
Funds for the reconstruction of unsafe classrooms are diverted by a crooked principal (Irma Adlawan), putting the students’ lives in danger.
The teachers (led by the character played by Agot Isidro) are left with no other option but to go on strike.
Meanwhile, former students (played by Lovi Poe and Mara Lopez) return from Manila and learn bittersweet lessons. “Titser,” airs at 7:15.
The second season of the reality series “Barter Kings” returns to Bio, Tuesdays at 10 p.m.
The show follows the adventures of barter experts Steve and Antonio, showcasing the guys’ strategy and charisma.
Catch this week’s episode, “Big Rig or Bust,” where Antonio gets Steve to help an old buddy.
“No cash, no problem” is the Barter Kings’ motto, as they prove that they can get what they want without spending a single dime.
Bio is available on SkyCable Channel 65, Cablelink Chanel 44, Dream Channel 21 and Destiny Cable Channel 44.
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