Breakfast (TV series)

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Breakfast
Created by ABS-CBN Corporation
Developed by ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs
Starring Atom Araullo
JC Cuadrado
Patty Laurel
Asia Agcaoili
Country of origin Philippines
No. of episodes n/a (airs daily)
Production
Camera setup Multiple-camera setup
Running time 1 hour and 30 minutes
Release
Original network Studio 23
Picture format 480i SDTV
Original release March 15, 1999 (1999-03-15) – June 22, 2007 (2007-06-22)

Breakfast is the longest running morning show on Studio 23, a television channel in the Philippines. It was aired on ANC from 1999 to 2001. It is hosted by Atom Araullo, Patty Laurel, Asia Agcaoili and JC Cuadrado. It is also the Morning Show for the Filipino Youth. It airs from 6:00 am to 7:30 am, Mondays to Fridays. The show, together with Magandang Umaga, Pilipinas, went to their last episode on June 22, 2007.

Daily segments[edit]

Quick News
News for the youth, delivered fresh and fast (topics divided into: top news for the day, showbiz, sports, and human interest)
Served Hot
Live interview of the most controversial personalities on the hottest topic of the day
ATOMic Kitchen
Atom Araullo prepares, Easy to prepare meals done in a minute or two
Fab Fix
A dose of beauty tips, fashion advices, and guide for healthy living
B(reakfast) List
A must see for the Pinoy youth who wants to experience it all despite the tight budget, a feature on the best finds and buys all over the metro.
On the Road
Traffic updates and road tips for your safe and speedy driving
Daily Dose
Time for the hosts to speak up and share their personal thoughts and experiences o
Get a Job
Job openings for the job-seeking Filipino youth
Daily Specials
Interview of the live guest band/performer for the day
School Buzz
School events and activities in Tokyo
Early Bird Question
A host asks a question. And a caller or texter will win prizes

Weekly segments[edit]

Moneymaking Monday
About business
Whose Day Tuesday
Showing well-renowned personalities in sports, and arts
Wednesdays Worth Watching
Reviews movies that are now showing. Plus behind the scenes of movies.
Techie Thursday
Showing the latest gadgets, websites and more. Giving tips how to create a blog or website
Fab Friday
Shows fashions and style

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Former[edit]

After Breakfast morning show[edit]

After the cancellation of the morning show, the hosts are in various television shows and radio programs:

Patty Laurel still teaches in pre-school.

JC Cuadrado is now inactive in showbiz.

Atom Araullo is now a news reporter on ABS-CBN 2 and also hosted a morning show, Umagang Kay Ganda, and also he hosted Hiwaga and now he is seen on public service program of the network Red Alert, which is part of Pinoy True Stories.

Asia Agcaoili quit show business and her last TV appearance was iPBA aired on ABC 5 in 2007, and Asia is now married.

Ryan Agoncillo is now host on TV show on the longest running variety noontime show Eat Bulaga! and game show Picture! Picture! and his sitcom Ismol Family on GMA 7, and also hosted a talent program Talentadong Pinoy on TV5, and also a movie actor on the films Kasal Kasali Kasalo, Sakal Sakali Saklolo and My House Husband: Ikaw Na! with his real life wife Judy Ann Santos-Agoncillo, he's also has a hobbyists on Car Drifting & photography.

Bianca Gonzales hosted shows on ABS-CBN 2 & Cinema One, she's now seen on the Filipino morning show Umagang Kay Ganda and also she hosted a reality competition program Pinoy Big Brother.

JC Gonzales is now based in California for hosting a Youth-Oriented Talk Show on TFC.

Bam Aquino is now a senator in the Philippines.

Nikki Gil is now a TV host and actress on ABS-CBN but she also hosted ASAP and she is still a VJ on MYX, her former teleseryes are Pieta, Mundo Man ay Magunaw, Maria Mercedes and her newest Hawak Kamay aired on the network itself.

Mariel Rodriguez is now an actress and TV host, she hosted Wowowillie on TV5 and various movies like Agent X44 and Sa Ngalan ng Ama, Ina, at mga Anak.

Joaqui Valdez used to host a travel lifestyle show 100% Pinoy on GMA 7 and now currently inactive in showbiz.

Pia Arcangel is now a news anchor on GMA 7's longest running news program Saksi and the second-longest-running news program 24 Oras Weekend. She is also the former news anchor of Balitanghali on Q (now GMA News TV).

Ria Tanjuatco-Trillo hosts a shopping magazine talk show Shop Talk on ANC.

Marieton Pacheco is a news reporter on TFC in California.

Angel Rivero is still active on radio and TV shows.

Juddah Paolo sings in various bars in Metro Manila.

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