Extra sweet in new chapter

Toni Gonzaga’s new beginning in Home Sweetie, Home became extra sweet as television viewers continued to support her and the show’s new set of characters last Saturday (May 11).

Extra sweet in new chapter
The new cast of 'Home Sweetie, Home' led by Toni Gonzaga (2nd from left) with Bayani Agbayani, Vhong Navarro, and Alex Gonzaga.
According to Kantar Media, more Filipinos were hooked to the laughs rought by Julie’s new family as the show registered 27.3 percent versus Pepito Manaloto’s 18.7 percent. 

Aside from winning the ratings games, the Saturday comedy show also notched the number one slot in the trend chart of Twitter nationwide. 

Netizens expressed their happiness upon seeing Vhong Navarro, Alex Gonzaga, Bayani Agbayani, and Luis Manzano, in one show. Fans of PBB Otso adult housemates, Fumiya Sankaiand Yamyam Gucong, applauded the tandem’s performance in their first episode.  

Extra sweet in new chapter
Fumiya and Yamyam.
Last Saturday (May 11), Julie moved into her Tita Oya’s (Rio Locsin) house after losing her own to a fire. Coincidentally, she gets to meet Mikee (Alex) for the first time after her Tita Oya allowed her sister to stay after the mother of the latter was convicted of fraud.

Apart from her sister, she gained a new set of friends in her co-borders, Pip (Luis), Edwin (Bayani), and Ferdie (Vhong) plus the other people living in the barangay, Hiro (Fumiya), an exchange student, Bogs (Yamyam), a caretaker of the ‘pera padala’ owned by Kap Frank (Bobot Mortiz), the captain of the barangay.

 Keep watching Julie and her new family in Home Sweetie Home every Saturday after TV-Patrol. 

Topics: Toni Gonzaga , Vhong Navarro , Alex Gonzaga , Bayani Agbayani ,  Luis Manzano , Home Sweetie Home
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