Alas Dose sa Trese
|Alas Dose sa Trese|
|Created by||IBC 13|
|Presented by||Eddie Ilarde|
|Country of origin||Philippines|
|No. of episodes||n/a|
|Production location||Quezon City|
|Original network||Intercontinental Broadcasting Corporation|
|Picture format||480i (SDTV)|
|Original release||July 24, 1999 –|
November 3, 2000
|Followed by||Lunch Break|
On July 24, 1999, former Student Canteen main host Eddie Ilarde resurfaced in the noontime scene as host of IBC noontime show Alas Dose sa Trese. He was joined by the mother-daughter tandem of Boots Anson-Roa (a former host of the original Student Canteen), Chiqui Roa-Puno (newscaster of PTV and one of the top female sportscasters at that time), Ernani "Jong" Cuenco, Pia Pilapil, Jojo Alejar, and actor-musician Paco Arespacochaga in the show.
Some elements of Student Canteen were seen in the show, along with former contestants from "Student Canteen"'s singing portions who gamely sang and entertained audiences via the segment "Student Canteen Corner".
The show ended on November 3, 2000 due to low ratings and was replaced by Lunch Break, produced by the controversial Mateo Management Group.