Luis Manzano, Long Mejia’s upcoming online show ‘Luckyng Tulong’ to air soon
Luis Manzano and Long Mejia’s upcoming online show on YouTube, aptly titled “Luckyng Tulong,” will be available for streaming soon.
The comedy duo’s show will be calling on the public to participate by airing their grievances and complaints, similar to Raffy Tulfo’s “Wanted sa Radyo” and “Idol in Action” programs.
“Ang inyong mga hinaing, utang, chismosa, nahuli si mister/misis, sinaktan ka sa pagibig… kahit ano pa!!! [Ating] bibigyan ng solusyon (Your complaints, debts, gossips, mister/missus caught in the act, being hurt over love… whatever it may be! Let us give you a solution)!” Manzano said in an announcement on Instagram on Oct. 13.
“Ang inyong mga problema, aming pagtutulungang aaksyunan! Promise ‘yan (We will work together to take action on your problems! That is a promise),” he added.
Manzano also noted in the announcement that the “aggrieved” and the “disadvantaged” can contact them via [email protected]
In the first full trailer for “Luckyng Tulong” released via Manzano’s YouTube channel on Oct. 11, several people have already gone on the show and asked for advice from the duo.
“Lucky’ng Tulong” will likewise be aired via Manzano’s YouTube channel titled “lucky manzano.” While a specific date has yet to be revealed, it was noted that the show will debut soon.
“Walang problema ang hindi kayang tawanan, este aksyunan! Anuman ang iyong reklamo sa buhay, may solusyon! Promise, seryoso ‘to (There is no problem that we cannot laugh at, er, solve! Whatever your complaint in life may be, there is a solution! Promise, this is serious)!” the video’s description read.
“Ilang tulog na lang aarangkada na ang bago n’yong kakampi (Just a few more sleeps and your new allies will be here)!” it further stated. /ra
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