November 26, 2022

“Maalaala Mo Kaya” (MMK) ends after 31 years and Charo Santos has this goodbye message.

CHARO SANTOS – Maalaala Mo Kaya” (MMK) Charo Santos-Concio expresses a farewell message as the show ends after 31 years of airing.

After 31 years of airing, Asia’s longest-running drama anthology MMK is finally coming to an end. Such an event marks the end of an era in Philippine television. On Monday, the show’s host, Charo Santos-Concio, announced on Monday that the program was ending.

The drama anthology has been telling the stories of people from different walks of life for over three decades. These stories taught moral lessons and inspired many people. The stories are read by Charo, who includes the iconic introduction that reads “Dear Charo”.

The program started in 1991 and in 2022, after more than three decades, the end of the program was announced.

“Hindi can hear the Nassaysay on ‘MMK’ – kuwentong totoo, salamin ng sarili ninyong buhay na gbigay ng aral and ng panibagong pag-asa,” she said.

As the show’s host, she has since said that if she were given the chance to play the role again, she would and that 31 years is never enough to say thank you for the support MMK has received from people .

“Gusto ko pong magbigay-pugay sa lahat ng nagpadala ng sulat, à aming mga director, writer, researcher, production staff, and all the nagging bahagi ng aming programs. With artists like Gumanap, Maraming, Maraming Salamat. ABS-CBN management, many sponsors and a lot of all your tagapanood, you can be happy about your work,” she said.

Several of the program’s stories have garnered recognition at home and abroad. Both veteran and up-and-coming stars have become part of the show.

However, the pandemic and the station’s forced shutdown have meant the show has to endure the consequences.

Before ending on December 10, MMK will air a three-part episode starting November 26 to celebrate its 31st anniversary.

JUST IN: Asia’s longest-running drama anthology Maalaala Mo Kaya is ending its 31-year run on the air. Charo Santos shares this farewell message with his viewers for the past three decades. pic.twitter.com/HnUpgFvHgv

— MJ Felipe (@mjfelipe) November 21, 2022

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