- Suzette Doctolero takes to Twitter to tell the world that her network did not imitate "Arrow"
- "Arrow" is an American TV series
- Suzette is a writer of GMA teleseryes
Suzette Doctolero takes to Twitter to dispel rumors that the network copied an American drama series.
According to Suzette's post, if 'Arrow' was indeed copied,then the people behind the said series should have already filed a suit.
She went on further that what is being questioned here is Hollywood, which is tight when it comes to intellectual property law.
Taunting naysayers, she asked, "O e asan?"
Suzette then said that "they" referring to "Arrow's" people tried and watched, but they found nothing, implying anything that could be a strong basis for an intellectual suit.
She then encouraged people to do their fact-checking, and that with the presence of Google today, nobody should be "obob."
Her next tweet was a call for people to focus on more important issues.
"Meantime, egohan na lang namin ito, and its not good"
"Tapusin na and let's focus na uli sa mga tunay na importanteng issues like dengue vaccine: chicken and egg dilemma - sino ba dapat bigyang sala?"
In addition, she promised other Kapuso fans to expect something really big for 2018.
She said it would be a new menu in the Philippines soap landscape.
Netizens couldn't help but react on Suzette's posts.
Some of their comments are posted on Fashion Pulis.
Suzette Doctolero is among the most prominent writers of GMA-7.
She is behind the hit fantaserye "Encantadia."
She is also the screenwriter behind the popular movie "Let the Love Begin," which starred Angel Locsin and Richard Gutierrez.