The Jollitown Kids Show: Back for the 6th Season!

Jolly mascots up for a pose

For moms and dads whose little tots love the world’s most famous bee, Jollibee and his friends, here’s something to put smiles on their faces, the comeback of the Jollitown Kids Show! It’s now on their 6th season and it is definitely worth the wait.

So, what ‘s new with Jollitown Season 6?

It is now live  and interactive as Jollibee Kids Club  members  get the chance to be part of the live audience. Kids learn while having fun as  each episode teaches cherished Filipino values- from teamwork, friendship, and generosity to staying healthy and caring for the environment.

Storytelling, song, and dance performances plus new, fun and educational segments such as the Jollibee Kids Club Corner. What’s more, there will be surprise guests weekly for added excitement.

Yum, Jollibee and Twirlie in action

So kiddos, don’t miss an episode and join Jollibee and friends as they learn and play! Watch out for the season premiere on July 20 and tune in every Saturday  at 8:40 to 9:10 am on GMA-7.

Let me introduce to you  the Jollitown gang headed by the energetic trio of Justin, Gabbie and Hanna as they  play and learn with Jollibee and friends. Cheer and win with Hetty the bubbly cheerleader; Stand out like a star with the talented Twirlie; get busy in the sports department with the strong Popo; be your own scientific genius with the techie Yum and of course enjoy the company of everybody’s good’ol friend, Jollibee.

Log on to the world of Jollitown at their homepage at:

me and cheerleader Hetty 🙂


17 Responses to “The Jollitown Kids Show: Back for the 6th Season!”

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  1. Must be fun for kids and adult alike! MY kids would love to see those for sure.

    • louiseinthehouse says:

      you are right Chubs, i didnt even think id be star struck when i saw them hahaha 🙂

  2. Awww! This so fun 🙂 My little K loves going to the Jollibee and she had her 6th birthday in the Philippines and it was held in Jollibee as well 🙂 Jollibee and Twirl were there to join her birthday 🙂

    • louiseinthehouse says:

      must be a lot of fun, she’ll treasure the memories when she grows up, im sure 🙂

  3. I miss Jollibee food, I wish we have one in my State but sad to say we don’t have any.

    • louiseinthehouse says:

      fret not sis, maybe one of these days a new branch will pop up near you 🙂 good times!

  4. Jollibee and his friends will always represent fun and happy times. I should tell my children about this show.

    • louiseinthehouse says:

      yes sis Teresa, sariling atin talaga ang Jollibee friends, swak sa kultura natin 🙂

  5. papaleng says:

    Ah, my apo will surely have a blast robbing elbows with Jollibee’s famous personalities.

  6. Lainy says:

    I have always loved Jollibee and I always had a great time in their Jollitown kid shows whenever I get invited to kids’ parties. I plan of having a similar party for my nephew in a few month’s time.

  7. betchai says:

    what a jolly joy, never had this type of amusement when I was a kid, am sure kids these days would love to have these kind of amusement plus learning activity

  8. I miss eating Jollibbee spaghetti!!! I tried to replicate it, but it always fail. 🙁

  9. Cheerful says:

    wow, my kids will going to love this show. they love Jollibee, which I wish they have here in Bangkok. 🙂 anyway, will check if its available online, will let them watch. thanks for sharing. i can see your happiness in your picture, 🙂

    • louiseinthehouse says:

      thanks sis Cheerful. Jollibee is indeed a child’s favorite, pati ako napasaya 🙂

  10. Sarah G says:

    There’s really that childlike feeling when you meet mascots coz I do, I guess maybe because when I’m still a kid, I don’t see mascots all the time in our province and when we go to the city, part of the excitement was being able to meet mascots like Jollibee.

    • louiseinthehouse says:

      we’re same Sar, we dont have them in our time, so were catching up dont we? hahaha =)