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Illustration by Anton Fristler

Illustration by Anton Fristler

Though most comedians prefer doing live shows, the lockdown kind of forced us to adapt and adjust. People need entertainment during the quarantine, and we are more than eager to perform. Comedy online works, I guess. Some comedians of Comedy Manila all went digital and came out with shows on the internet you can enjoy for free.

The KoolPals

James Caraan, Nonong Ballinan, and GB Labrador hosts one of the top podcasts in the country. They upped their twice a week schedule to a daily schedule to make sure they provide enough entertainment for their fan base. Check them out every day at 8 p.m.

Kool Pals

The Alex Calleja Show

One of the country’s funniest does an online stand-up comedy show daily at 6 p.m. from his Facebook Page.

The Alex Caleja Show

Bago Matulog with Red Ollero

A sort-of late night talk show featuring a different guest every episode, live on Red Ollero’s FB page every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 10 p.m. There are audio versions on Spotify as well.


Sabayan with Victor Anastacio

Initially an on-the-road interview podcast, this is now a pod for random comedy. Check out all the interviews, and funny meditation tips on Spotify.

Pusong Pinoy, Pusong Hapon

Israel Buenaobra and Yuki Horikoshi makes an unlikely tandem work. Live every day at 4:30 p.m.

pusong pinoy pusong hapon

An online filipino comedy channel featuring original comedy content!


There are lots more shows to check out, just go to and check out the Comedy Manila Quarantine Content schedule.

Red Ollero is man of many hats. He is a stand-up comedian, a writer for the Filipino comedy channel Solid Ok, the president and booker of the pro-wrestling promotion Philippine Wrestling Revolution, and a terrible actor… or so he claims.

Source: Manila Bulletin (

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