MTRCB summons Till I Met You directors, producer, and writer over controversial episode
The fever doesn't want to die down yet. MTRCB calls on the attention of Till I Met You directors, producer, and writer over controversial episode.Thursday, November 03, 2016
The Movie and Television Review and Classification Board has summoned the directors, producer, and writer of the ABS-CBN on-going series Till I Met you which stars James Reid and Nadine Lustre.
The summon was made by the board upon calls from social and conventional media over the October 25 episode which includes a purportedly daring love scene inside a car which the audience found to be unfit for television despite its SPG rating.
Read related story: Watch: James Reid and Nadine Lustre's not-the-usual car sex scene in Till I Met You
The board also included the October 26 and 27 episodes which said to have contained sexually-teasing as well as outright sexually-charged bath related scene bearing only a PG rating.
Below is the letter addressed to ABS-CBN which seeks the URGENT attention of directors Antonette Jadaone and Andoy Ranay, program producer Arnel Nacario, and writer Shugo Praico.
The conference is set on November 10 at the MTRCB office.
Meanwhile, on Twitter, Dreamscape's AdProm director Eric John Salut has accused the board of selective censorship.