Banana Sundae strong debut
(The Philippine Star) - November 21, 2015 - 9:00am

MANILA, Philippines - When it’s not broken, don’t fix it, as the saying goes. Airing on a new timeslot did not deter Banana Sundae as it debuted with a National TV Rating of 14.4 percent last Sunday according to data from Kantar Media.

The show did not deviate from its usual format featuring segments that viewers of the seven-year-old gag show came to love like Kantaranta, Baby Boy and Baby Girl and Make Me Rap.

Making its pilot episode more special was the return of Pokwang and the addition of Jessy Mendiola to the gag family. Both women had their moments with Jessy displaying her comic side, which the audience surely loved. Aside from that, the gang also dedicated the entire Make Me Rap segment to Angelica Panganiban’s birthday celebration. She is the only remaining cast member from the original Banana Split girls.

Today, don’t miss out on the fun as the gang offers up a serving of Kantaranta, Banana Drama, Face the Question and Song Gags where comedians Jayson and Jobert face off with singers Edgar Allan Guzman and Nyoy Volante. Helming Banana Sundae is Bobot Mortiz with Linggit Tan-Marasigan as executive in charge of production.

Banana Sundae airs Sundays right after ASAP 20.

 

ANGELICA PANGANIBAN BABY BOY BABY GIRL BANANA SPLIT BANANA SUNDAE BOBOT MORTIZ EDGAR ALLAN GUZMAN AND NYOY VOLANTE FACE THE QUESTION JAYSON AND JOBERT JESSY MENDIOLA MAKE ME RAP
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