It’s Showtime Suspension To Take Effect Mid Of October?

Allegedly, Kapamilya show It’s Showtime suspension will begin this October.

IT’S SHOWTIME SUSPENSION – According to the rumors, the producer of the Kapamilya show will no longer make an appeal.

The cake incident of hosts Vice Ganda and Ion Perez led to the summon and eventually suspension of the Kapamilya show It’s Showtime. The Movie Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) ordered the 12-day suspension of the program following the numerous complaints their office received because of the said incident.

ABS-CBN and GMA filed motions for reconsideration within the grace period but last week, the appeals of Showtime were denied by the MTRCB.

A statement was released by ABS-CBN wherein they expressed that they are going to explore remedies. And while the suspension is not final and executory yet, the noontime show will continue to air.

However, just recently, a source of entertainment news portal PEP revealed something.

Following the decision of the MTRCB to junk the appeals, the source revealed that it seems like the producer of the show will no longer appeal to the Office Of The President. They are accordingly not certain if the result would be in their favor.

However, this is not confirmed yet.

“HINDI PA ITO KUMPIRMADO. Pero ang isa pa sa nasagap naming kuwento, posibleng papalitan muna ang It’s Showtime ng pansamantalang programa na iba ang magho-host,” says the report.

Meanwhile, in a previous article, Bong Revilla Appeals For It’s Showtime “No Work, No Pay” Workers. According to him, once the suspension begins, these workers will be the ones who will be greatly affected.

“Without getting into the merits of the case, the MTRCB should be able to consider the welfare of all the staff and crew [working in the show] who had nothing to do with the cited reason why the show was suspended,” Revilla said in a statement.

Recently, the MTRCB released a statement about this. According to the regulatory board, suspension and its “no work, no pay” issues are two “separate and distinct matters”. In the statement, they stressed that it is the show’s responsibility to regularize employees.

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