Ten ace celebrities remain Kapamilyas after renewing their respective contracts with ABS-CBN recently.
The line-up of Kapamilya stars was led by showbiz sweetheart Anne Curtis, who will remain in the daily noontime show “It’s Showtime,” and King of Talk Boy Abunda, who will continue hosting programs “The Bottomline,” “Tonight With Boy Abunda,” and Cinema One’s “Inside the Cinema.”
Singer-songwriter Martin Nievera, apart from being a mainstay on the Sunday noontime variety show “ASAP,” will soon have a talk show program on the ABS-CBN News Channel (ANC). Hosts and ‘momshies’ Melai Cantiveros and Karla Estrada will keep spreading good vibes every morning in “Magandang Buhay.”
Heartthrobs Jericho Rosales, Jake Cuenca, and Zanjoe Marudo will also star in new projects. Jericho is set to do a soap opera that reflects the realities of a married life. Jake is currently working with actresses Bea Alonzo and Charo Santos for the horror movie “Eerie.” On the other hand, Zanjoe is busy doing the soon-to-air family-centric teleserye “Playhouse.”
Actresses Janella Salvador and Yam Concepcion complete the list of Kapamilyas who recently re-inked their contracts with the network. The two have respective upcoming projects that are yet to be disclosed.
ABS-CBN also warmly welcomed Ryza Cenon, a past winner of a reality talent competition, who officially transferred to ABS-CBN and is set to appear in the Dreamscape teleserye “The General’s Daughter.”
“I am super excited with what the Kapamilya network has in store for me,” shared Ryza.
All of them signed a two-year contract with the Kapamilya network.
Present in the signing were ABS-CBN president and chief executive officer Carlo Katigbak, chief operating officer of broadcast Cory Vidanes, head of finance for Broadcast and news and current affairs Cat Lopez, and TV production head Laurenti Dyogi.