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More ‘teleserye’ updates

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ROSALES. Given more opportunities to remind everyone of his exceptional thespic gift.

ON “MY Legal Wife,” which is on its last two weeks and counting, the good news is that male lead Jericho Rosales is finally being given more opportunities to remind everyone of his exceptional thespic gift.

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‘Milking’ for melodrama–to the max!

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“DYESEBEL.” Increasingly hectic flurry of melodramatic developments

Teleseryes profess to aspire to exceptionally daunting dramatic heights—but, when push comes to shove, the fact that they’re telecast on a daily basis means that, at the very least and most, they have to make sure they will efficiently be able to meet producers and viewers’ basic expectations and requirements for daily melodrama.

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Hoping for Hilda’s return

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KORONEL. No to merely decorative roles

Tessie Tinawin, televiewer: “I would be happy to see Hilda Koronel act again on TV. She still looks beautiful and fabulous. But, if she does, I hope she doesn’t get assigned merely decorative characters who are killed off by the second episode!”

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Pertinent significance boosts new film-TV projects

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Justin Bieber

For months now, we’ve been wondering when the hit US TV series, “The Bible,” will finally be shown in the Philippines. Now comes the answer: It’s a Holy Week attraction on ABS-CBN, and should get good viewership due to the pertinent significance of the season.

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Competing ‘fishy’ tales compared

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CURTIS. Mines a “private joke” for all of the “knowing” humor it can offer

When we first heard that both GMA 7 and ABS-CBN were planning to launch a new teleserye about mermaids, we wondered what the hey was going on. Was this a case of great minds running in the same channels—or one network second-guessing the other so astutely that it could quickly act to neutralize the competition’s imminent advantage?

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