Bea always a Kapamilya
ABS-CBN released a statement last week about the status of actress Bea Alonzo.
The company announced that Alonzo has signed up as a talent of Shirley Kuan, effectively severing her ties from Star Magic, where she started her career twenty years ago.
In its statement, ABS-CBN said that they respect Alonzo’s decision and that Alonzo remains to be a Kapamilya artist.
The full statement appears below en toto:
“After a series of consultations, Bea Alonzo has decided to pursue her professional goals under a new talent management. Bea has subsequently advised ABS-CBN that she has appointed Ms. Shirley Kuan to represent her as manager. We respect her decision.
“ABS-CBN has full confidence that Ms. Kuan, an industry veteran, will manage Bea with the same attention and care that Star Magic has devoted to Bea’s professional career. Star Magic is coordinating with Bea and her new management to ensure a smooth and seamless transition.
“Even if Bea is no longer with Star Magic, she will always remain a Kapamilya.”
‘Game KNB?’ simultaneously airs globally via TFC starting November 30
The Philippines’ pambansang game show “Game KNB” goes worldwide across multiple platforms, bringing Filipinos together to watch the program on TFC cable and satellite television and TFC IPTV while letting them simultaneously play the game via the streaming app Kumu on weekdays starting November 30.
“Game KNB?” allows contestants to answer trivia questions from various topics with increasing difficulty as the game progresses. With the game show’s comeback, it is made digitally interactive as contestants compete from the comfort of their homes—in different parts of the world—via the Kumu app.
The game will also be made even better by the game master, Robi Domingo, whose antics will surely bring fun to the viewers and will ease the tension from the participants of the game.
So, if you love trivia games or would love your kids to learn new information in a fun and entertaining way, catch “Game KNB?” which will be airing simultaneously on TFC, TFC IPTV, and on the streaming app Kumu through the @gknb account, Mondays to Fridays (Manila time), starting November 30 for Europe, Middle East, and Africa, and Asia and the Pacific. While for North and Latin America and Canada, it will be Sundays to Thursdays beginning November 29.
Below is the airing time for each region for the TFC cable and satellite subscribers:
North and Latin America/ Canada: 11 p.m. (Eastern time); 8 p.m. (Pacific time)
Europe, Middle East, and Africa: 7 a.m. (Saudi time)/ 5 a.m. (Rome time)
Asia and the Pacific: 12nn (Manila/Hong Kong/Singapore); 2 p.m. (Guam/ Papua New Guinea)
For TFC IPTV subscribers and Kumu users, it is streaming live at 12nn (Manila time).
For those who will use the Kumu app for the first time, just download the application, create an account, and follow @gknb account.
For more, visit mytfc.com or visit and follow TFC’s official Facebook pages.