PNS — LET’S talk about the very competitive and intriguing world of television.
The aggressiveness of TV5 should not be taken lightly by its rival networks. More and more televiewers are shifting their remote to the Kapatid network. The commercials are coming in. The exodus of stars from other stations is also imminent.
And before we know it, TV5 has leaped one step higher in the rating chart.
TV5 opened the year by joining the bandwagon of teleseryes. Their initial offering of Babaeng Hampaslupa threatens to dislodge the teleseryes from other networks. Lumalaban nang husto sa rating.
It was a successful venture prompting TV5 to conceive another teleserye. The new TV sizzler is “Mga Nagbabagang Bulaklak.”
Everybody and we mean everybody from the entertainment press (no favoritism or criteria in choosing whom to invite) graced the most regal launch for 2011 by a TV network. It was a night of glamor and beauty as the stars of “Mga Nagbabagang Bulaklak” glittered on the stage of Teatrino in Greenhills.
The ladies (Ruffa Gutierrez, Sheryl Cruz, Valerie Concepcion, Arci Muñoz (whose parting shot sounded like a homily and please, next time, skip the litany of people to thank) and Carla Humphries were in gowns reminiscent of Oscars night. The dashing and good-looking gentlemen like Richard Gomez, Victor Basa, James Blanco and Philip Salvador (who did not preach but merely acknowledged the Lord and we thank him for that) were clad in black.
“Mga Nagbabagang Bulaklak” should be interesting because it mirrors the lives of people involved in a giant network and how they manipulate things in exchange for personal gains. It will definitely arouse the curiosity of the viewers on its close similarities to real life occurences.