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MVP welcomes Coco and ‘Batang Quiapo’ team
COCO Martin’s new show, “Batang Quiapo”, starts showing on TV5 this Monday and it is supported by no less than MEDIAQUEST top honcho, Chairman Manny V. Pangilinan.
Coco and other cast members such as Cherry Pie Picache, John Estrada, Mark Lapid, McCoy de Leon, and Director Malu Sevilla, recently met in a dinner event.
The event was attended by Smart president and CEO Al Panlilio, Mediaquest and Cignal TV president and CEO Jane Basas and new TV5 president and CEO Guido R. Zaballero. Additionally, executives from ABS-CBN Corp. were present, including Chairman Mark Lopez, president and CEO Carlo Katigbak, COO for Broadcast Cory Vidanes, and Chief Partnership Officer Bobby Barreiro.
The dinner was held to officially welcome the cast members of Coco’s latest television series “FPJ’s Batang Quiapo” and wish their show good luck. The TV executives got to meet the crew up-close and personal.
Coco Martin, in particular, eagerly and passionately talked about his work and vision for “Batang Quiapo” throughout the event.
The star’s active involvement with the show’s production and deep understanding of his audience make it very clear why he has been dubbed “Hari ng Primetime.”
After the successful run of FPJ’s “Ang Probinsyano”, the Filipino audience can now look forward to another FPJ classic, “Batang Quiapo,” a tale of hope, resilience, and the power of the human spirit to surpass all odds.
It’s a story that reminds us that even in the darkest of places, there is always the chance for love, kindness, and bravery to shine through. With a powerhouse all-star cast, stunning cinematography, and a talented creative team, “Batang Quiapo” is a powerful series that captures the grit, humor, and heart of life in the big city.
Don’t miss this thrilling journey of a lifetime, as “Batang Quiapo” promises to be a timeless classic, much like the legendary Fernando Poe Jr.’s other works. Don’t miss the show as it premieres this Monday, February 13 on TV5.