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CELEBRITY DUETS: PHILIPPINE EDITION - GMA - 7


Celebrity Duets (Philippine Edition)
Format Interactive reality
Created by Simon Cowell
Developed by FremantleMedia
Presented by Ogie Alcasid
Regine Velasquez
Country of origin Philippines
Language(s) Filipino, English
No. of seasons 3
Production
Executive producer(s) Wilma Galvante
Running time 60 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel GMA Network
Picture format NTSC 480i
Original run August 11, 2007 – present
OFFICIAL WEBSITE / WEBPAGE
http://www.igma.tv/shows/celebrity-duets2

ARE YOU THE NEXT BIG STAR? - GMA - 7


Are You The Next Big Star?

Format Interactive talent show Reality
Created by Alta Productions Group
GMA Entertainment TV Group
Presented by Regine Velasquez
Keempee de Leon (co-host)
Judges Danny Tan
Pops Fernandez
Mon Faustino
Annie Quintos
Randy Santiago
Country of origin Philippines
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 16
Production
Location(s) GMA Network Studios
Running time 1 hour
Broadcast
Original channel GMA Network
Picture format 480i SDTV
Original run May 16, 2009 – August 23, 2009
Chronology
Related shows Pinoy Idol
Pinoy Pop Superstar
Search For A Star

BITOY'S SHOWWWTIME - GMA-7


Bitoy's SHOwwwTIME
Format Talent show
Created by GMA Network
Starring Michael V
with
Mang Enriquez
Country of origin Philippines
Language(s) Filipino, Tagalog, English
No. of episodes 22 (Total)
Production
Executive producer(s) Wilma Galvante
Running time 1 hour
Broadcast
Original channel GMA Network
Picture format 480i SDTV
Original run October 17, 2009 – March 13, 2010
Chronology
Preceded by Bitoy's Funniest Videos
OFFICIAL WEBSITE / WEBPAGE
http://www.igma.tv/shows/bitoystv

DIZ IZ IT! - GMA 7


Diz Iz It! (from misspelled This is It!) is a pre-noontime variety show in the Philippines produced by the Television And Production Exponents Inc. (TAPE Inc.) of Malou Fagar and Tony Tuviera. The supposed pre-noontime show was to be named as Todo Bigay, but never pushed through so instead the name is Diz Iz It! This show is broadcast from the Westside Studios at the Broadway Centrum in Quezon City. This show airs internationally via GMA Pinoy TV at various times. The former studio of the show is located at GMA Network Studios. Diz Iz It! is aired from Mondays to Saturdays at 10:30am to 12:15pm before Eat Bulaga! on GMA and on GMA Pinoy TV.

Diz Iz It!

Format Entertainment/Variety show
Created by TAPE Inc. and GMA Network
Developed by GMA Network
Directed by Poochie Rivera
Starring Sam YG
Bayani Agbayani
Grace Lee
Ehra Madrigal
Country of origin Philippines
Language(s) Tagalog and English
No. of episodes 95 (as of June 5, 2010)
Production
Executive producer(s) Antonio P. Tuviera
Malou Choa-Fagar
Jose Mari Abacan
Camera setup Multiple-camera setup
Running time 1 hour & 45 minutes (Monday to Saturday)
Broadcast
Original channel GMA Network (2010-present)
Picture format 480i SDTV
Original run February 8, 2010 – present
Chronology
Preceded by Sis
Todo Bigay

PHILIPPINE IDOL - ABC 5




Philippine Idol

Format Interactive reality singing competition
Created by Simon Fuller
Directed by Rich Ilustre
Mark Reyes
Starring Ryan Agoncillo
Ryan Cayabyab
Pilita Corrales
Francis Magalona
Heart Evangelista
Country of origin Philippines
No. of episodes 34
Production
Executive producer(s) Perci Intalan
Location(s) SM Megamall Cinema 3, Mandaluyong City;
Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City
Running time Varies
Broadcast
Original channel ABC-5
Original run July 30, 2006 – December 10, 2006
Chronology
Followed by Pinoy Idol
OFFICIAL WEBSITE
http://www.abc.com.ph/philippineidol

PHILIPPINE NEXT TOP MODEL - RPN 9


Philippines' Next Top Model
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Format Reality television
Created by Tyra Banks
Developed by Ken Mok
Kenya Barris
Starring Ruffa Gutierrez-Bektas
Judges Wilma Doesnt
Pauline Sauco-Juan
Robby Carmona
Vince Uy
Xander Angeles
Country of origin Philippines
No. of episodes 13
Production
Running time 60 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel RPN
Original run March 13, 2007 – June 12, 2007
OFFICIAL WEBSITE
http://philnexttopmodel.com/

PILIPINAS GOT TALENT - ABC-CBN 2


Pilipinas Got Talent
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Format Talent show
Variety show
Created by Simon Cowell
Directed by Bobet Vidanes
Presented by Billy Crawford
Luis Manzano
Marc Abaya
Judges Ai-Ai Delas Alas
Kris Aquino
Freddie "FMG" Garcia
Country of origin Philippines Philippines
Language(s) Filipino and English
No. of series 1
No. of episodes 33 (as of June 13, 2010)
Production
Executive producer(s) Rancy Amor Rercato
Location(s) AFP Theater, Camp Aguinaldo
Dolphy Theater
Tanghalang Pasigeño
Araneta Coliseum
Running time 60 minutes
Production company(s) FremantleMedia
Broadcast
Original channel ABS-CBN
Picture format 480i SDTV
Original run February 20, 2010 – June 13, 2010
Chronology
Related shows Got Talent
OFFICIAL WEBSITE
PILIPINAS GOT TALENT WEBSITE

PINOY BIG BROTHER - ABS - CBN 2


Pinoy Big Brother (also known as PBB) is the Philippine version of the reality television show Big Brother (the word Pinoy is a colloquial term for Filipino). It follows the same premise as its many foreign counterparts around the world: twelve Philippine residents are forced to live with each other inside a house for about 3 months or at least 100 days.

It is shown on ABS-CBN Channel 2 and its international affiliate, The Filipino Channel, with snippets shown on local affiliate Studio 23. The uncut 24/7 version of the series can also be seen on the internet through streaming video and a special cable channel provided by ABS-CBN-owned cable TV provider, SkyCable.

PINOY BIG BROTHER SEASON 1

Nene Tamayo of Romblon emerged as Pinoy Big Brother's first ever Big Winner, besting the other 12 housemates. Her win was declared on December 10, 2005, at Clark Expo, Angeles City, Pampanga. Nene garnered the highest number of votes (557,000+) among the "big four" contestants


PINOY BIG BROTHER SEASON 2

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ABS-CBN held auditions stretching from May to June 2006 in various cities in the Philippines, as well as overseas auditions in Sydney, Milan, Tokyo, Dubai, and San Francisco, for the show's second season, which began on February 25 (originally scheduled for March), 2007, and ended on June 30 the same year. These same auditions were also held for another reality show, Pinoy Dream Academy, another Endemol franchise. This season of Pinoy Big Brother promised a bigger house, more housemates (fourteen to be exact), and a stricter Big Brother.


PINOY BIG BROTHER SEASON 3 - DOUBLE UP

There were two sets of auditions that were held for the third season (see Future auditions section): first was being held in key cities in the Philippines as well as in Dubai, Milan, and Madrid. The second set was held in the Philippines, Tokyo, Japan, and San Francisco, US. There were a total of 57,824 people who auditioned. In fact, because of the multitude of people who tried to audition in Manila, a second set of audition dates were set, but only for those who registered through SMS.

Of all of the people who auditioned, fifty were included in a shortlist as potential housemates. Fourteen initially entered the House in the third regular season, dubbed Pinoy Big Brother: Double Up, which began in October 4, 2009. The "Double Up" moniker stems from the House being split into two near identical House areas, as well as the use of two sets of male identical twins, each twin of each set would live in each House area. A further twelve housemates followed into the House.

On February 13, 2010 (132 days after the season started), at the Ninoy Aquino Stadium, Melisa Cantiveros was declared the Big Winner, amassing 1.23 million votes or 32.08% out of 3.8 million votes cast in a two-week final vote.


PINOY BIG BROTHER CELEBRITY EDITION - ABS-CBN 2

Pinoy Big Brother: Celebrity Edition is, as denoted, a special edition of Pinoy Big Brother for celebrities and prominent personalities in the Philippines. As advertised, these celebrities may include commercial models, actors and actresses (even starlets), radio and TV show hosts, musicians, sports and fashion personalities, and even politicians.

Celebrity housemates, like many counterparts abroad, play for charity, aside from themselves. Prizes given away from edition to edition can vary, but basically, the cash prize an edition's winner can receive is the same as the prize for that winner's chosen charity organization, i.e. the winner and his/her charity each win the same amount.

The first celebrity edition of Pinoy Big Brother, titled Pinoy Big Brother: Celebrity Edition is a special edition of the original show. Its first edition officially began on February 5, 2006 and ran for 56 days (up to April 1, 2006), this new edition auditions Filipino celebrities from different fields such as those from movie and television, sports figures, notable personalities, and professional models. The prizes at stake cost three million Philippine pesos, which includes a million pesos for the winning housemate, another million for the winner's chosen charity, and another million for the charity of Big Brother's choice. Aside from the cash prizes, a condominium unit in Valenzuela City is also at stake.


Pinoy Big Brother: Celebrity Edition 2 was the second celebrity edition of the Pinoy Big Brother franchise. It started on October 14, 2007 and ended twelve weeks later on January 5, 2008 at the Araneta Coliseum. It was supposed to end on December 22, 2007, but it was announced on November 19, 2007 to be extended for two more weeks.

Toni Gonzaga reprised her role as the primetime host, while ex-Update host Bianca Gonzalez helmed a brand new show, Pinoy Big Brother Über. UpLate host Mariel Rodriguez also hosted Über for seven days with Bianca; but for rest of the program's duration, she was also the House's first and longest-staying houseguest. This new season also marked the hosting debut of second season winner, Beatriz Saw as she hosted the Updates.


PINOY BIG BROTHER TEEN EDITION - ABS-CBN 2

PINOY BIG BROTHER TEEN EDITION 1 (2006)


Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Edition
(later to be known as Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Edition 1 because of a spin-off) began airing on April 23, 2006, three weeks after the end of the first Celebrity Edition. It ran for six weeks (42 days) and closely resembled the original show, unlike the relatively short Teen Big Brother, its British counterpart. The prizes included a condominium unit in Valenzuela City, a livelihood showcase, one million pesos, and an all-expense paid trip to any Philippine destination.

PINOY BIG BROTHER TEEN EDITION 2
TEEN EDITION PLUS (2008)

Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Edition Plus
was the second edition of Pinoy Big Brother for adolescents 16 to 19 years. It premiered on Easter Sunday, March 23, 2008, and ran for eleven weeks, ending on June 7 of the same year.


PINOY BIG BROTHER TEEN EDITION 3
PINOY BIG BROTHER TEEN CLASH 2010

Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Clash of 2010 is the third teen edition of Pinoy Big Brother. It began airing on the night of April 10, 2010 (PHT). This is the first Teen Edition to be held after a regular season instead of a Celebrity Edition. Toni Gonzaga, Bianca Gonzales and Mariel Rodriguez will reprise their roles as hosts of the show.

PINOY DREAM ACADEMY (PDA) - ABC-CBN 2


Pinoy Dream Academy
(also known as PDA) is the Philippine version of Endemol's Operación Triunfo (Operation Triumph). The format is similar to Big Brother, where a set number of finalists (billed as "scholars" throughout the series) would live inside the Academy for four months and will be trained by guest teachers to be multimedia performers. Activities in the Academy are being monitored 24/7 by the headmaster. It uses the tagline Ang drama sa likod ng pangarap (The drama behind the dream). The program is aired through ABS-CBN.

ABS-CBN affiliate Studio 23 airs a companion program under the same title. It is a separate show from the flagship station that will feature scenes that were not shown on the main program and has different hosts.

PINOY IDOL - GMA 7

Pinoy Idol

Format Interactive reality singing competition
Created by Simon Fuller
Directed by Louie Ignacio
Presented by Raymond Gutierrez
Judges


Ogie Alcasid
Jolina Magdangal
Wyngard Tracy
Country of origin Philippines
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 37
Production
Executive producer(s) Perry Lansigan[1]
Location(s)




Top 24: FILMEX Studio, Makati City
Top 12: CenterStage, SM Mall of Asia, Pasay City[2]
Finale: SMX Convention Center, SM Mall of Asia, Pasay City
Running time Varies
Production company(s) FremantleMedia, 19 Entertainment, CKX, Inc.
Distributor GMA Pinoy TV (USA)
Broadcast
Original channel GMA Network
Picture format NTSC 480i
Original run April 5, 2008 – August 17, 2008
Chronology
Preceded by Philippine Idol
Related shows Pop Idol, American Idol
OFFICIAL WEBSITE
http://www.igma.tv/pinoyidol

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PROJECT RUNWAY - PHILIPPINES - ETC

Project Runway Philippines
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Format Reality-based competition
Created by Eli Holzman
Written by Jan Cabanos
Anne Lozano
(season 2)
Directed by Marie Jamora (season 1)
Jay Ortega (season 2)
Presented by Teresa Herrera
Starring Jojie Lloren
Apples Aberin-Sahdwani
Rajo Laurel
Theme music composer Diego Mapa
Country of origin Philippines
Language(s) Mainly English, with Filipino
No. of episodes 17
Production
Executive producer(s) Wilson Tieng
Peter Chanliong
(for Solar Entertainment)
Maricel Royo
Marivic San Juan
(for Unitel)
Edel Pepito
Anne Coronel
(for ETC)
Running time approximately 45 minutes
Production company(s) Solar Entertainment Corporation
Unitel Productions (season 1)
Distributor FremantleMedia
Broadcast
Original channel ETC, SBN 21
Original run July 30, 2008 – Present
External links
Official website

SHOWTIME - ABS-CBN 2


Showtime

Format Entertainment/Variety show
Created by ABS-CBN
Directed by Bobet Vidanes
Starring / HOST(s)




Vhong Navarro
Anne Curtis
Vice Ganda
Kim Atienza
Jugs Jugueta
Teddy Corpuz
Opening theme

"Showtime" by Vhong Navarro, Kim Atienza, Jugs Jugueta and Teddy Corpuz featuring the voices of Anne Curtis and Vice Ganda
Country of origin Philippines Philippines
Language(s) Filipino and English
No. of episodes 188 (as of June 11, 2010)
Production
Location(s) Quezon City, Philippines
Running time 1 hour and 45 minutes (Monday to Saturday)
Broadcast
Original channel ABS-CBN
Picture format NTSC (480i)
Original run October 24, 2009 – present
External links
Official website

STARSTRUCK - GMA 7



StarStruck

Format

Interactive talent show
Reality show
Presented by





Dingdong Dantes (2003-09)
Nancy Castiglione (2003-04)
Jolina Magdangal (2004-07)
Raymond Gutierrez (2005-present)
Carla Abellana (2009-present)
Dennis Trillo (2009-present)
Judges











Joey de Leon (2003-06)
Joyce E. Bernal (2003-04)
Ida Henares (2003-05)
Janice de Bellen (2004)
Aiza Seguerra (2004)
Christopher de Leon (2004)
Louie Ignacio (2004-07)
Lorna Tolentino (2005-07)
Douglas Quijano† (2006-07)
Floy Quintos (2009-present)
Lolit Solis (2009-present)
Iza Calzado (2009-present)
Country of origin Philippines
No. of seasons 6
No. of episodes 329 (2003-07)
Production
Executive producer(s) Wilma Galvante
Running time Varies between 1/2 an hour – 2 hours
Production company(s) GMA New Media, Inc.
Distributor GMA Network
Broadcast
Original channel GMA Network
Picture format 480i NTSC
Original run October 27, 2003 – present
External links
Official website

SURVIVOR PHILIPPINES - GMA 7


Survivor Philippines

Format Reality competition
Created by United Kingdom Charlie Parsons
Developed by GMA News and Public Affairs
Starring/Host(s)

Paolo Bediones (2008-2009)
Richard Gutierrez (2010)
Country of origin Philippines
No. of seasons 2
Production
Running time 30-45 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel GMA Network
Original run September 15, 2008 – November 13, 2009
Chronology
Related shows

Expedition Robinson
Survivor (US)
External links
Official website

TALENTADONG PINOY - ABC 5

TALENTADONG PINOY - ABC 5

Format


Reality show
Game show
Talent show
Directed by Rich Ilustre
Starring Ryan Agoncillo
Theme music composer Sugarfree

Country of origin Philippines Philippines
Language(s) Mainly Filipino, with English
No. of episodes

78 (total)
15 (as of May 2, 2010)
Production
Producer(s) TV 5
Location(s)


TV5 Studios, Quezon City (2008-2009)
Sky Dome, SM City North EDSA, Quezon City (2010-present)
Running time 1 Hour
Broadcast
Original channel TV 5
Picture format NTSC (480i)[1]
Original airing

August 16, 2008 - March 6, 2010
March 13, 2010 - present


Talentadong Pinoy
(Talented Filipino) is a REALITY TV TALENT SHOW. Hosted by Ryan Agoncillo, the show displays a variety of performances from singers, dancers, actors, musicians and comedians, to contortionists, impressionists, jugglers, ventriloquists and magicians. Similar to the Got Talent series, the contestants are allowed to perform any act they want. But the difference when it comes on judging panel, the judges give their opinions on the performance of the performer but the jury decide the winner of the show. ABC 5

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