Korina Sanchez’s ‘Rated K’ Bids Goodbye After 16 Years

Magazine show of Korina Sanchez will be off the air

Rated K, the magazine show of Kapamilya broadcast journalist Korina Sanchez, finally bids goodbye after 16 years.

More than a decade and a half, Korina has brought different stories of laughter, inspiration, and tragedy though her weekly program on ABS-CBN.

In this show, she also started her Tsinelas Campaign. It is her way of helping the poor children in remote areas to have their own pair of slippers.

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However, as ABS-CBN was not able to secure a new franchise, shows of the Kapamilya network have to say goodbye from their avid viewers for more than six decades, especially those that belong to the News and Current Affairs department.

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Based on the article from the Philippine Entertainment Portal, it is speculated that Rated K will go off the air because of the cryptic post that Korina shared on her Instagram account on July 12. It was about how ABS-CBN rose again after the Martial Law.

“Yes, it already happened once before. And I was there to participate and witness the hugely successful comeback of ABSCBN after 14 years of closure since Martial Rule. And ABSCBN then did it again. And more. And how,” she wrote.


Nevertheless, for whatever reason, many viewers will surely miss the tagline of the show, “Handa na ba kayo?”

Rated K started airing in May of 2004. In November of the same year, the Kapamilya magazine show faced its rival – the Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho.

Based on the article, here are the other shows of ABS-CBN that will bid goodbye on the air:

  • Umagang Kay Ganda
  • Matanglawin of Kim Atienza
  • Mission Possible of Julius Babao
  • Kuha Mo! of Anthony Taberna
  • Failon Ngayon of Ted Failon,
  • S.O.C.O of Gus Abelgas
  • All documentary programs

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