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John Lloyd plays it deftly light and vulnerable in new sitcom

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CRUZ. Then and now.

“Home Sweetie Home,” ABS-CBN’s new Saturday night sitcom, costars John Lloyd Cruz and Toni Gonzaga—but, if its first telecast last Jan. 4 is any indication, it’s John Lloyd who carries the show.

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‘Madam Chairman’ makes feisty first impression

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Sharon Cuneta FILE PHOTO

“Madam Chairman,” Sharon Cuneta’s first sitcom, made a feisty impression on its debut telecast last Monday, Oct. 14, with its easy-breezy storytelling and antic characters and situations.

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Not yet ‘Super Fun’ but potentially rebellious

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REBEL yell: Rebel Wilson, center, and costars Liza Lapira and Lauren Ash, paint the town red.

It has yet to become really super and fun, but the new Rebel Wilson sitcom “Super Fun Night” shows promise.

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Ashton Kutcher’s fey confection clicks with viewers

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When Charlie Sheen blew it and was fired from the hit sitcom, “Two and a Half Men,” he was replaced by movie star Ashton Kutcher. How is the show faring now with its new lead? Since we learned only recently that the sitcom is shown here on Jack TV, we were relatively in the dark about it, until we went on a trip overseas and caught quite a number of its episodes in full flight!

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‘Andres’ not a good showcase for Cesar

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Cesar Montano

Cesar Montano is a big TV-film star, so we wonder why his latest comedy series, “Andres de Saya,” isn’t giving him a good showcase for his proven skills. Can anything be done to improve the show? After long reflection, we see that part of the problem is the fact that “Andres” started out as a [...]

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How to reinvent a classic show

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SAM YG

Director Dante Nico Garcia admits that “reinventing” the classic sitcom “Iskul Bukol” required great effort. “After all, the show boosted the popularity of TVJ (comedians Tito and Vic Sotto and Joey de Leon),” Garcia points out. “Viewers, especially those who watched the original sitcom, expect so much from the new one.” “Iskul Bukol,” which aired [...]

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