NET25 and TV5 Interested to Eat Bulaga?

Tito Sotto opens up about receiving offers from two networks over Eat Bulaga

EAT BULAGA! – Television networks NET25 and TV5 expressed their interest in having the longest-running noontime show in the Philippines on their station.

Eat Bulaga is a Filipino noontime variety show that has been airing since 1979. It is considered one of the longest-running television programs in the Philippines and has become a staple of Filipino culture. The show features a mix of segments, including comedy skits, games, musical performances, and contests, which aim to entertain and engage the audience.

The show is hosted by a group of veteran comedians known as the “Dabarkads,” which includes Tito Sotto, Vic Sotto, and Joey de Leon. Eat Bulaga has also been recognized for its philanthropic efforts, with its segments often featuring charitable causes and initiatives.

Eat Bulaga
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In an interview with, former Senate President Tito Sotto said they had received offers from two other stations and hired the services of Divina Law to look into the situation.

“I have no problem saying that we’re getting offers from two other stations. We acquired the services of Divina Law to look into everything… the situation. Kasi, it’s not because of us or for us. It’s because of the small people in the production,” he said.

The PEP Troika interviewed Ka Ceasar Vallejos, the president of NET25, who said they are open to having Eat Bulaga! on their station. TV5 also expressed its interest in the show. However, TAPE, which produces the noontime show, has a contract with GMA-7.

With multiple options available, the public awaits the action of GMA-7. The collaboration between Kapamilya and Kapuso networks is increasing, and their films and TV series are being broadcasted across networks.

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