Willing Willie is suspended for a month and is on probation as per MTRCB decision.
Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) has finally arrived at a decision regarding the March 12 episode of TV5's "Willing Willie".
The 'Decision' which was accessed by Noypistuff, today, states that the Board has found the respondents (TV5, Ramon del Rosario, and Wil Productions, INc.) guilty of violating Section 3(c) of Presidential Decree No. 1986. As a penalty, the MTRCB has given the show a 1-month suspension however, crediting the period of voluntary suspension made by the show since April 11.
The MTRCB also added that "Willing Willie" will be placed on probation or on a "per broadcast" permit status. MTRCB agents will be monitoring the show daily to insure that the regulatory measures formulated by TV5 are being implemented.
So what happens now to the reported May 7th comeback of "Willing Willie" and to the rumor that the title of the show will be changed to "Kawillie-willie"? Hmmmm...