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Batibot Returns

The popular Filipino children's show in the 80's aimed at pre-schoolers returns after 22 years. TV5 has been granted the right to air the show.

In an interview, Sienna Olaso popularly known as Ate Sienna said, “This is something that today’s youth needs. Socio-cultural values like pagmamano and the use of ‘po’ and ‘opo’ should be taught constantly.”

The shows main puppets "Pong Pagong" and "Kiko Matsing" will not be returning due to licensing issues with Sesame Workshop.

Other popular characters will be returning like Manang Bola and the show will introduce new characters.

This is wonderful news as the new generation of Filipino children really need to learn something better than watching noontime shows. Values is something that should be taught constantly.

For those of you who have nostalgia. Here's a video of the opening sequence of Batibot.

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