Actress Maja Salvador remained optimistic despite the sudden cancellation of her noontime program, Sunday Noontime Live (SNL).
On Twitter over the weekend, Maja thanked those who have supported SNL, which she co-hosted with actor Piolo Pascual and beauty queen Catriona Gray, throughout its three-month run.
"Maraming salamat po sa inyong lahat na sumubaybay, sumuporta, at nakisaya sa amin sa isang buong season ng #SNL," she said.
Aside from their viewers, Maja also expressed her gratitude to their director, former Star Magic head Johnny Manahan, and the whole SNL team.
"Thank you very much Mr. M sa pagbuo ng show na ito para makapagbigay ng trabaho sa marami at makapagdulot ng saya sa lahat ng mga fans for the past 3 months!" she said.
"#TeamLive Magkikita pa tayong muli!" she added.
It was on Saturday, January 16, when Brightlight Productions announced that two of its shows–SNL and Sunday Kada–will air their season enders on Sunday, January 17.
"Sunday Noontime Love (SNL)'s delightful run is about to end and we await future endeavors from its outstanding stars and phenomenal newcomers," CEO Albee Benitez said in a statement.
"Sunday Kada will explore new locales, exciting locations, and more laughs in the near future," he added.
Both SNL and Sunday Kada premiered last October 18.
Meanwhile, Brightlight's other shows such as Lunch Out Loud, Rated Korina, and Oh My Dad! will continue to air on TV5, it said.