Happy Life airs on GMA New TV this Sunday

With so many travels, vacations and exploration you’ve made in your life, have you ever think of making more memorable by touching other people’s live? One instance that they will never forget and you won’t forget too because of its impact to your heart, mind and soul?

That’s what this new travel show in GMA News TV have in mind when they brainstormed it and make it possible. Not just “another travel show,” Happy Life brought together the country’s pride in beauty and brains through White Lion Media Productions. Starting this Sunday, December 11, at 9:30 in the morning, get a glimpse on how Happy Life hosts Bea Santiago, MJ Lastimosa, Jamie Herrell, Giulia Zahar, Sophie Rankin and Anthea Murfet take travelling with a style and class into a different and heartwarming way.

Directed by one of the country’s multi-faceted showbiz personality, Eric Quizon, Happy Life is set to be a breath fresh air for TV viewers and travel enthusiasts while inspiring everyone with life stories courtesy of the beneficiaries of their good deeds.

For their episode, which is part of their teaser, the hosts shared to us during its press launch the story of a lady farmer who received probably the best gift or blessing in her life. Eric noted that other than exploring some of the off-beaten path in the country, the show focuses more on the true gem of the country, which is us, its people, the Filipinos.

"There so much to tell, and there's so much to share, and on this show, we are one with everyone else in going the extra mile," he added.

Also present in the press conference is Ilocos Sur's former Governor, Chavit Singson, who is one of the top producers of the show, and the beautiful Alice Dixson, who happily shared that she will be sponsoring one of the gift-giving of the show.

Happy Life, will also feature different local artists, who will serve as the shows angel, delivering good news to our kababayans.

GMA News TV, White Lion's TV partner for Happy Life, can't be more fit for the show, with its reputation for delivering groundbreaking programs that challenge the norms without shortchanging commercial appeal and good TV.

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