After the unfortunate death that took place in the Wowowin studio, Willie Revillame has implented a new rule in the GMA-7 game show.
He said recently said in the Kapuso show: "Meron lang po kaming announcement, yung mga manonood dito sa show, huwag niyo na po isama ang mga bata.
"Yung may mga karamdaman, lolo, lola, huwag na po kayo mag-aksaya ng panahon, babawal na po namin 'yan. Ayaw po namin ng ganyan."
One audience member was killed and another was injured when they fell from the bleachers while taping the January 22, 2019, episode of Wowowin. The 76-year-old Estrella Bognot hit her head on a fire extinguisher when she fell from a height of 7 1/2 feet. Meanwhile, the 68-year-old Milagros Espiritu suffered a fracture.
During the March 12 episode, Willie reminded audiences that his program Wowowin is not a charity show:
"Itong programa na ito ay nagbibigay ng saya but it's also a game show. Game of chance.
"Kung manalo kayo, mabuti. Pero huwag po kayo pipila diyan at hihingi sa amin ng pera pampa-opera, pampalibing."
Willie then stressed, "Hindi po ako mayor. Hindi po ako nasa politika.
"Ako po ay nandito para magpasaya at wala pong kinikilingan.
"Yung nangangailangan, tutulungan at ang mga nanloloko, babalewalain."
Willie then announced that only those between 17-70 years old will be allowed to enter the Wowowin studio.
"Pagpasensyahan niyo na. Ako nagdesisyon nito, walang iba. Kasi kawawa yung mga bata at lola't lolo. Sana'y intindihin niyo," said Willie about this restriction that he placed.
The TV host pointed out that Wowowin viewers who are 100 years old and above could write to the program and then he would send them a jacket.