"Amnesty International says both government forces and terrorists committed human rights violations the Marawi City siege. The DOTr sees the need to suspend the MRT's operations to repair faulty coaches and tracks. Hundreds of inmates are are handed down sentences on National Judgment Day. A 100-foot Christmas tree is lit up at the Araneta Center. The AFP's offensive against a BIFF faction in North Cotabato continues."
"Swak na Swak" features the success story of Cactus and Canvas owner Vincent Patrick Queja. Explosion Box owner Ailyn Seno offers tips to aspiring online entrepreneurs. Pureform Cosmetics VP for Marketing Grace Garcia talks about Christmas packages for people who want to start a business through franchising. The program also introduces Lara's Atelier owner Adin Lara, one of the people responsible for the beautiful outfits of Lily Cruz in "Wildflower." Gen Korean BBQ House presents a variety of dishes that the restaurant has to offer.
Authorities rescue an eight-year-old girl supposedly being pimped by her own aunt online. One person gets stabbed over a pawned gadget in Tondo, Manila. Prices of Noche Buena items increase. Firecracker vendors oppose a new Quezon City ordinance limiting the use of firecrackers in public places. Bailey May makes it to a new international pop group.
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"My Ex and Whys" follows the story of Cali (Liza Soberano) is a blogger who owns the up-and-coming blog "The Bakit List." She dreams of becoming a social media influencer. That's why when an exchange with equally "mahugot" user @DahilListBoy goes viral, she seizes the opportunity of a lifetime, even if that includes meeting the person behind the mystery account. It turns out this boy is her ex Gio (Enrique Gil), who wants to get her back. Cali is determined to not let him win, so although an irresistible deal forces them to work together, she convinces herself to not trust Gio again. But how can she keep her walls up? How will she keep herself together when she starts asking her most important why: Why do you still love someone who've caused you pain? Directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina.
The follow up to the hit 2011 film, Ang Babae sa Septic Tank, Eugene Domingo reprises her role as Eugene Domingo in this satirical film that makes fun of making romantic comedies. The film within a film also stars Jericho Rosales, Joel Torre, Kean Cipriano and Cai Cortes. Directed by Chris Martinez.
Set during the Philippine-American war, Heneral Luna follows the life of General Antonio Luna (John Arcilla), a short tempered general, as he tries to lead his countrymen against colonial masters new and old, and to rise above their own raging disputes to fulfill the promise of the Philippine Revolution.
When Cedric (Daniel Padilla) and his friends accidentally visit the funeral set up by Leni (Kathryn Bernardo), they break one superstitious belief after another…including the “pagpag”, where one cannot go straight home from a funeral. True enough, it seems that Cedric and Leni have brought home with them a vengeful ghost. Cedric and Leni are forced find a way to stop Roman’s vengeful attacks. But as they struggle to succeed, more deaths happen and they seem to be running out of options to save their family and friends. Will Cedric and Leni be able to save themselves from the evil that they have unleashed?
Live Game Schedule (MNL): FINALS: Nov. 10, FRI, 3:30pm (San Beda vs LPU); Nov. 16, THU, 3:30pm (San Beda vs LPU); Nov. 21, TUE, 3:30pm (San Beda vs LPU) *only seniors games available and schedule may change without prior notice.