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‘5 and Up’ Chynna Ortaleza hopes to bring back programs ‘children deserve’

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Sep. 02, 19 | 10:29 am

‘5 and Up’ was first aired in 1992 and ended after a decade. The show features young reporters doing stories catering to the younger audience. Photo from Chynna Ortaleza’s Instagram account.

Kapuso actress Chynna Ortaleza became emotional as she remembers ‘5 and Up’, an old children’s show which she was part of.

“I wish for children to have this kind of program today,” Chynna said on Instagram.

‘5 and Up’ was first aired in 1992 and ended after a decade. The show features young reporters doing stories catering to the younger audience.

Apart from Chynna, Atom Araullo, Maxene Magalona and Rayver Cruz were also members of the ‘5 and Up’ gang.

“Children deserve this kind of program! My kids NEED this,” Chynna said.

She was also grateful for being part of the old children’s show.

“I don’t think I’ll be the same Chynna without this blessing in my life,” she added.

Fellow ‘5 and Up stars’ also reacted to the actress’s post.

“Iconic LPG tanks of Matipid Street,” Araullo replied.

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