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I hope marami pang mag-franchise sa EB. Yung pag-franchise ng Indonesia sa EB, I guess, caught the attention of other countries. Kaya sana nga marami pang mag-franchise sa EB na galing sa iba-ibang bansa, especially Japan, South Korea, USA, countries in Europe, etc.
Parang mas nagagandahan ako sa opening at closing vids ng EB ID. Sana ganyan din ang gawin ng EB PH.
Napansin ko rin mas maganda ang camera work ng EB ID. Hindi masyado magalaw ang mga videos nila.
Opinyon ko lang baka mamaya may magalit na naman..
astig lang ng EB may Indonesia version sa totoo lang nung napanood ko yung opening ng EB indonesia nagtayuan ang lahat ng balahibo ko pati na sa baba nakakatuwa sana marami pa silang maging dabarkads sa ASIA at sa buong mundo
Hi fellow PEx Dabarkads! Congratulations sa Eat Bulaga for having a franchise sa indonesia! Alam ko sa South Korea yata sikat din ang mga variety shows kaya who knows baka magkaroon din doon na mga franchise, same as the other Asian (and who knows other continents) countries, hehe.
P.S. Off-topic (reply about the Showtime topic), pero I kind of disliked Showtime dahil siya yung pumalit sa favorite show ko sa ABS-CBN, yung "Game KNB" (and di na siya bumalik even after the election time nung nag run si Edu for VP at lumapit sa GMA - then ngayon sa TV5 - after the elections at Showtime is still there, hehe.
P.P.S On-topic (Pinoy Henyo), pansin ko parang nahihirapan ang mga contestants ngayon ng Pamilyang Pinoy Henyo at wala pa akong masyadong nakikitang "grand winner" potential, kasi especially sa geography SOBRANG (as in di alam kung saan ang London o Texas) di alam kung anong tamang category ang isang word, and I hope na may promising contestants na sumali next days.
Natawa ako habang ginagaya ni Jose ang pananalita ni Robin Padilla ay naubo at bigla isiningit ang "Excuse mo po!" ala Mike Enriquez. Ang ganda ng transition. Pero mas natawa pa ako sa panggagaya ni Wally sa pinaarteng pananalita at mannerism ni Mariel Rodriguez.
speakong of Pinoy Henyo,
epic sa akin yung contestant a few weeks back, yung Grasshopper na naging Gras-shopper.
Sa Sabado, malalaman nating lahat kung ano ang tunay na kwento sa pagkakaroon ng kauna-unahang International Franchise ng isang Filipino Show, ang Eat Bulaga. Makikita na rin natin ang behind the scenes sa pagbuo ng Eat Bulaga Indonesia.
Ngayong Sabado na yan sa Eat Bulaga!
Indonesian Network Obtains Franchise Of ‘Eat Bulaga!’
By ROWENA JOY A. SANCHEZ
July 16, 2012, 5:49pm
The people of ‘Eat Bulaga!’ Indonesia (Photo as seen on chuvaness.com)
MANILA, Philippines – While local networks are the ones that usually acquire franchise of international programs, reports have it that an Indonesian network has done the same for Philippine noontime variety show “Eat Bulaga!”
The Indonesian version of “Eat Bulaga!,” which bears the same title, officially premiered on July 16.
According to a post on PEP Alerts, the deal between Surya Citra Televisi (SCTV) and the “EB” management was sealed in June; this, after talks that began two months prior. But according to Harsiwi Achmad, SCTV director of programs and production, the network had wanted to meet with the “EB” bigwigs since five years ago.
Similar to the original “EB,” the Indonesian version will be filled with entertainment, games, prizes, and inspiration. Segments were also patterned on the local version, such as “Indonesia Pintar” (“Pinoy Henyo”), “One For All, All For One,” “Bolagaan,” and “Karaoke Stud.” One of the original show’s core hosts, “Bossing” Vic Sotto, also has his Indonesian counterpart: Uya Kuya, who is called “Boss Uya.”
Even the “dabarkads”—the collective term for the “EB” hosts—has an equivalent in the Indonesian show: “bulagang.”
A post on popular blog site chuvaness.com quoted Achmad as saying, “We want this program to be a success like in the Philippines, where it has been running for the past 33 years.”
He also noted that they are not adapting the Philippine version 100% but will “format in accordance with the state and introduce positive values, environmental campaigns, and sharing with others.”
Joining Uya Kuya as host of “EB” Indonesia are Aja Farid, Reza No, Ramzi, Narji, Ciripa, Rian Ibram, Rio Indrawan, Steven, Leo Consul, Selena Alexandria, Jenny Tan, Bianca Lizza, and Julie Christie.
Original “EB” producer and TAPE Inc. big boss Tony Tuviera is proud and thrilled over the historical achievement of the show.
"Today marks another milestone for ‘Eat Bulaga’ as the first international franchise of our show will be launched at 4 p.m. in Indonesia...," he was quoted as saying in a statement.
Eat Bulaga Indonesia na..!!! Sino nanunood ngayon?
Inaantok na ako kanina pa. Alas 2 ng umaga na dito.
hindi ko mapapanod ang EB sa sabado, sana i-upload abg videos dito.
good news na ibabalita rin sa KMJS ang tungkol sa EB Indonesia.
Di ko napanood EB kanina
Asa Indonesia ba kayo? pano nyo napapanood yung EB-I?