- Team Kramer and Cherry Pie share stories of success and forgiveness
- “Rated K” Celebrates 15 years on television
- The program that has kept viewers tuned in with riveting stories, on topics that captivated the nation
Award-winning magazine program and household staple “Rated K” is celebrating its 15th anniversary on air with another episode filled with hope and wonder this Sunday (August 11) on ABS-CBN.
This weekend, tag-along with veteran broadcast journalist Korina Sanchez-Roxas as she meets social media sensation “Team Kramer” and actress Cherry Pie Picache, who both overcame challenges to achieve the seemingly impossible.
Celebrity family “Team Kramer,” composed of professional basketball player C, his wife actress-host Cheska Garcia-Kramer, and their kids Kendra, Scarlett, and Gavin, take us on an exclusive tour of their brand new house, and reveal how they fulfilled their dream of having a big happy family and a huge home to boot.
Meanwhile, Korina sits down with actress Cherry Pie Picache, who will share her story of forgiveness.
Cherry Pie, whose mother was brutally murdered, revisits the pivotal moment that helped her cope with her grief, and how she found it in her heart to forgive her mother’s killer.
A known dog-lover, the multi-awarded journalist also visits the superstar dog Milo and eight other equally talented dogs, with the family in Quezon City who consider them as their fur babies.
She also weighs in on the latest showbiz news taking over netizens’ news feeds involving Kapamilya artists Gerald Anderson, Bea Alonzo, and Julia Barretto.
For 15 years, “Rated K” has kept viewers tuned in on the program with riveting stories on topics that that captivated the nation, exclusive interviews with the nation’s newsmakers and most interesting personalities, and heartwarming features on ordinary Filipinos with extraordinary experiences.
The program is also known for helping people in need, and for its flagship advocacy “Korina’s Handog Tsinelas Campaign,” which aims to change the lives of millions of Filipino children one pair of slippers at a time.