Long-time showbiz columnist Lolit Solis hopes ABS-CBN would make a comeback now that the Congress is under a new leadership.
This was after newly installed House Deputy Speaker Lito Atienza said that he is confident that the Kapamilya network would regain their broadcasting rights in 2021.
Lolit said that many Filipinos switched to social media and does not watch television ofen after ABS-CBN went off air.
“Actually, iyon marami nilang viewers parang lumipat sa social media kaya lumakas ang mga online shows at Youtube. Naging malaking factor pa ang Netflix,” said Manay Lolit.
“Mas maganda ang laban nuon between GMA7 , TV5 at ABS CBN, mas maingay at mas matindi ang competition sa tv.”
She also added that some shows today are not being noticed unlike before.
“Ngayon may mga programa na parang nandiyan lang, hindi napapansin. Kasi nga bawas ningning din ang pagkawala ng Channel 2,” exclaimed Lolit.
Some shows of ABS-CBN are airing on A2Z channel, but their news programs are not included on their free television roster.