"Pls watch tv patrol 6:30 tonight. Ako ay nagbalik na. In english: i am home!" tweeted by Bigornia.
In her last tweet (as of 5 pm), Bigornia tweeted: "Doris Bigornia, Patrol ng Pilipino :)" and received a warm welcome from netizens and fellow newsers, including Jenny Reyes, Jeff Canoy and GMA News' Jun Veneracion who tweeted:
aabangan namin ang pagbabalik sa ere ni @dorisbigornia :-)
— Jun Veneracion (@jun_veneracion) March 13, 2013
Yahoo! “@dorisbigornia: Pls watch tv patrol 6:30 tonight. Ako ay nagbalik na. In english: i am home!”
— Jeff Canoy (@jeffcanoy) March 13, 2013
Doris Bigornia, Patrol ng Pilipino :)Bigornia is returning to the network where she got her first big break. Viewers may remember her as one of the most-sought TV reporters of her generation, covering the biggest stories of the last two decades, which earned her the title "Mutya ng Masa."
— Doris Bigornia (@DorisBigornia) March 13, 2013
We heard that the deal was closed last week and that she was reintroduced to the newsers inside the ABS-CBN newsroom.
Bigornia was terminated in 2006 by the previous ABS-CBN News management for her alleged biased coverage of the tsunami scare in Batangas. She has since then filed a case against the network and won in 2011 when the Court of Appeals junked a petition filed by the network against her.