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Anthology puts focus on livid melodrama

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TOLENTINO. Strained believability.

The anthology-drama series, “Magpakailanman,” recently made its comeback on GMA 7, still with Mel Tiangco hosting, and it chose a particularly “controversial” story for its first episode, to make sure that its return to the small screen would be noticed by many viewers.

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Richard Gutierrez gets real, admits he’s a dad

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RICHARD says his life is like a teleserye.

Last year, actor Richard Gutierrez and girlfriend Sarah Lahbati were hounded by rumors that they became the parents of a baby boy.

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Kristoffer Martin: from thug to gay teen

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KRISTOFFER Martin

GMA 7 teen actor Kristoffer Martin admits that playing a gay man in an episode of the weekly drama anthology “Magpakailanman” (airing tomorrow) was daunting.

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Lose some, win some on TV

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DANTES. FILE PHOTO

We get to see only a few TV shows about the arts, so we eagerly awaited the telecast of the new program on the visual arts, “Gallery Girls,” featuring young women who are budding experts and apprentices in top US galleries.

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Overload of vocal bombast

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MONZON-PALMA. Role model

“I find TV hosts’ overly dramatic way of talking annoying. Mel Tiangco always seems to be hosting ‘Magpakailanman,’ even when she’s anchoring ‘24 Oras.’ An overload of vocal bombast is also the style of Mike Enriquez and Noli de Castro, who sounds like he’s in a boxing ring. Even Jessica Soho is beginning to sound like a preacher in a pulpit. They treat television like radio, and undermine viewers’ intelligence and taste—it’s insulting.

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