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After 14 years, ‘Goin’ Bulilit’ goes off the air

By: - Reporter
/ 10:49 AM July 26, 2019

MANILA, Philippines — “Goin’ Bulilit,” one of the longest running kiddie comedy show on television, goes off the air with its final episode on August 4.

The ABS-CBN gag show’s head writer Josel Garlitos and one of its directors Badjie Mortiz announced the end of the shows on their respective Instagram accounts Thursday.

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“Ngayon #AngHulingDalawangLinggo na lang ang #GoinBulilit … Mga graduates, cast, staff, crew, mga manonood at sa mga lahat ng sumubaybay sa 14 na taon ng paborito niyong award-winning comedy gag show tuwing Linggo, ano ang #KwentongBulilit mo? @goinbulilitonline #GoodbabyeBulilit,” Garlitos wrote.

“For always,” Mortiz simply wrote as caption in a photo of the show’s cast.

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The last episode of “Goin’ Bulilit” airs on August 4, according to the promo teaser released by ABS-CBN.

“Goin’ Bulilit” served as a launchpad for some of the country’s biggest stars like Kathryn Bernardo, Jane Oineza, Julia Montes, Nash Aguas and more.

The show premiered on ABS-CBN in February 2005. /muf

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