French-born comedy show Camera Café continues to invade Pinoy television! In this world of shifting jobs, multiple tasks, and instant-everything, a daily dose of wit and laughter can save the urban dweller from the stresses of a fast-paced life. And what could be a more accessible remedy to the attention-deficit viewer than a five-minute comedy program on TV that airs six times a day? This novel concept of Camera Café has captured the imagination of a great part of Europe and has become a phenomenal success in that part of the world. And now, it’s about to capture Asia as well! As French producer Henri de Lorme says, “We get the original idea, but [we] adapt it to the local situation in the country.” Thus, the Pinoy creative team thought of ways of making it closer to local audiences without losing the original flavor of Camera Café. Brewing the local version are award-winning writers and director Mark Meily (Crying Ladies, La Visa Loca); while the writing team is composed of Rey Agapay, Vincent de Jesus, Liza Magtoto, Dennis Teodosio and Rody Vera. The show is locally produced by Euro-Asia Media Group, Ltd., and it airs every weekday on GMA-7 before Gobingo. Subsequent airings are shown on Q Channel 11 at the following times: 8:00 p.m., 11 p.m., 10 a.m., 11:45 a.m., 1:45 p.m.
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