The 12 Days Of Christmas Begin On "Pasko Na, GAME KNB?"
() - December 21, 2008 - 12:00am

Many lives are about to change with “Pasko na, Game KNB,” the annual Christmas edition of ABS-CBN’s multi-awarded game show, “Pilipinas, Game KNB” (PGKNB), hosted by Edu Manzano.

Every day will be like Christmas until December 27, as “Pasko na, Game KNB” celebrates the season of giving by bringing in scores of celebrities and former “PGKNB” winners to play for the P1 million jackpot, in behalf of 12 beneficiaries from all over the country.

This week, stars like Mark Bautista, William Martinez, Will Devaughn, and Enchong Dee put on their game faces for a heart-thumping and exciting competition, for the chance to help a Kapamilya this Christmas. Expect more big names and big winners to come and play next week.

“Pilipinas, Game KNB” had an early Christmas after winning the Philippine Movie Press Club’s 2008 Star Awards for TV - Best Game Show trophy. Edu, on the other hand, took home the Best Game Show Host award for the second consecutive year.

The program also received a citation from the Anak TV Seal Awards 2008 as one of the Most Liked TV Programs on Philippine TV.

More than a way of saying thank you to its loyal viewers for their continuous support, “Pasko Na, Game KNB” is the “PGKNB” family’s way of making the holiday season more meaningful and joyful not only for the beneficiaries but also for the show’s staff and the celebrity players.

Through “Pasko Na, Game KNB,” they get to experience the real essence of the Yuletide season – a time to give and to spread love.

Don’t miss the 12 days of Christmas on “Pasko Na, Game KNB,” until next week, Monday to Saturday on ABS-CBN, before “Wowowee.” (PR)

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