LOCKDOWN restrictions have eased but many people still prefer to stay inside their homes for fear of the pandemic — and for those who want to make their time in quarantine as productive as possible, GMA Network Artist Center has an online show just for that.
Called I Know Right or IKR, the show has GMA artists like Max Collins and Myrtle Sarrosa doing life hacks and do-it-yourself (DIY) projects to “encourage viewers to remain efficient while at the same time exercising their creativity,” said a press release.
The show airs every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. at the GMA Artist Center Facebook page. The show’s viewers can learn how to make their own face shields, how to make face masks at home, and get tips on how to relieve cramps and improve mobility for pregnant women using household items.
Aside from the online show, GMA also launched the pilot episode of a virtual roundtable series called How Do You Feel?, touted as a safe space for artists to talk about how they feel.
“It’s an honest and engaging conversation between actors,” the network said of the show on its Facebook page.
The first episode, which aired on June 6, saw seasoned actors Gabby Eigenmann, Chynna Ortaleza, and Benjamin Alves sharing their thoughts and insights on acting, how to deal with pressure, and how to bring your best self on the set, with up and coming actors Elle Villanueva, Sophia Senoron, and Psalms David. The conversation was facilitated by actor and coach Ana Feleo.
A replay of the roundtable can be viewed on the Facebook page. — ZBC