Suzette Doctolero defends “The Cure”.
SUZETTE DOCTOLERO – The screenwriter for film and television Suzette Doctolero defended the plot of “The Cure” which is accused that might have been copied from “Walking Dead”.
Suzette Doctolero aside from being a screenwriter is also credited as series creator and creative consultant for GMA Network.
Her works included Encantadia, Amaya, Indio, My Husband’s Lover, Let The Love Begin, Alyas Robin Hood, Destined To Be Yours, Kambal Karibal, Carmela, and among others.
And lately, she answered the controversy after the newest show of the GMA, ‘The Cure’, has been accused of being copied from ‘Walking Dead’ and other Zombie-themed series.
‘The Cure’ is a new thriller series from the GMA network and is directed by Mark Reyes. It has already premiered on April 30, 2018, as a replacement to ‘Sherlock Jr’ on the network’s Telebabad line up.
The show stars Jennylyn Mercado, Tom Rodriguez, Mark Herras, LJ Reyes, Jaclyn Jose, Arra San Agustin, Ken Chan, and a lot more.
As per the accusations that it has been copied from ‘Walking Dead’, Doctolero speaks up and defended the series.
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In a post, Doctolero cited that it was not the first time that a show from the Kapuso network has been accused of the same accusation.
Just like the controversy about ‘Alyas Robinhood’ which was accordingly copied from American hit series ‘Arrow’.
But the creative consultant stood firm that what they offer in GMA were all original.
“Teka muna, bawal bang gumawa ng Zombie series? E kung bawal, paano ang iba pang foreign series at movies na zombies din ang sentro ng mga kwento? Bat di niyo tirahin na kopya? Dyan tayo magaling e. Pag dayuhan ang gumawa, todo praise. Pagh Pinoy, kahit di napanood, mema agad na kopya,” she indicated.
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