• SUNDAY AFTER TV PATROL WEEKEND
  • SUNDAY AFTER TV PATROL WEEKEND
Goin’ Bulilit funniest teleserye spoofs through the years

In the 14 successful years of Goin’ Bulilit, it didn’t only become the purveyor of good vibes and laughter among avid Kapamilya viewers, but it also served as a training ground for aspiring child actors who dream of making it big in the local entertainment scene.

Being able to showcase their incredible acting talent and comedic chops in the sketches and skits that they did, some of them, as we all know, were already able to attain their once far-flung ambitions of landing roles in teleseryes and movies that enabled them to do more serious acting.

In this feature, we listed down hilarious and on-point parodies of the Kapamilya series that the longest-running kiddie gag show had offered through the years.

Every time ABS-CBN releases a new teleserye, expect that Goin’ Bulilit would make a spoof of it, copying the characters and plot but giving it funny and absurd twists.

Among the first parodies they created was the “Ginulungang Palad”, which was based from the television adaptation of the classic radio drama Gulong Ng Palad aired in 2006.

And in the recent years, we saw their humorous and remarkable spoofs of the popular titles, such as Pangako Sa ‘Yo  (as “Pamalo Sa ‘Yo”), Dolce Amore (as “Dolce Anone”), Ningning (as “Praningning”), Tubig At Langis (as “Powder At Langis”), The Greatest Love (as “The Greatest Laugh”), and All Of Me (as “Dagul Of Me”).

Meanwhile, before bidding farewell last year, the award-winning comedy program was able to amuse with their remakes of some of the latest Kapamilya series, namely, FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano (as “Ang Parokyano”), Kadenang Ginto (as “Kinadenang Pinto”, Precious Hearts Romances Presents: Los Bastardos (as “Paos Bastardos”), and The General’s Daughter (as “The General’s Family”).

Click on this video to see the clips of Kapamilya teleserye parodies created by Goin’ Bulilit through the years that will surely bring both nostalgia and laughter to your day!

Although the scenes were meant to be parodies, we could still definitely see how truly talented the young cast members are!