From the classic ‘80s sitcom comes TV5’s modern re-imagining of Iskul Bukol that brings the funniest and wackiest side of student life. Showcasing an array of amusing characters, their hilarious encounters and riotous pranks, it will surely be the most interesting back-to-school treat as the all-new Iskul Bukol premieres this May 24 on TV5.
Non-stop fun and side-splitting laughter bind the seven fascinating and wacky main characters of Iskul Bukol: good-looking but nerdy Rude Valentino, the youngest professor to teach at Wanbol University; the often notorious Balidosa twins Easy (Sam YG) and Chill (Alwyn Uytingco); teacher’s assistant Wacky Roque (Keempee De Leon), a closet homosexual living the double life of a masculine authority among the guys while being the “parloristang bakla” with the girls; the student janitor Itor (Jerald Napoles); sporty chic Shawie Cunanan (Erika Padilla); and the ultra-conservative “probinsyana” Barbie Que (Regine Angeles).
Together, these seven personalities exude a unique kind of comic brilliance and endearing traits that will make every episode of Iskul Bukol a worthwhile watch every week. Making their lives more colorful and extremely amusing are Wanbol University’s Prefect of Discipline Bongbong Bing (Joel Saracho), the cafeteria owner Aning Francia (Tess Antonio) and her assistant Pet Jacobo (Lao Rodriguez), who either become victims or unknowing accomplices to some of the students’ pranks.
Under the remarkable direction of Soxie Topacio and Dante Nico Garcia, Iskul Bukol promises to surprise viewers with the re-imagining of the classic sitcom. One innovation that is sure to delight viewers is the introduction of Wanbol University’s co-ed dormitory wherein the characters encounter comic misadventures and develop unexpected friendships.
Don’t miss the birth of a new generation of Iskul Bukol personalities who are sure to make their mark in the hearts of viewers. Iskul Bukol airs every Tuesday starting on May 24 after Mga Nagbabagang Bulaklak on TV5.