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Bubble Gang July 31 2015

Bubble Gang July 31 2015

Bubble Gang is the longest-running Philippine comedy sketch gag show airing on GMA Network since October 20, 1995. It is the longest-running sketch comedy program on Philippine television. The show shot up to popularity for their parodies of television commercials, politicians and current events. The show also airs internationally via GMA Pinoy TV, while re-runs are aired via Fox Filipino. Bubble Gang first aired on GMA Network on October 20, 1995. It was inspired by the ABC's gag show Tropang Trumpo. Two of its first cast members; Ogie Alcasid and Michael V. came from that show. The show occupied the Friday night timeslot of the now-defunct musical variety show, Vilma!. The cast of the show where: Aiko Melendez, and Eric Fructuoso, and newcomers Susan Lozada, Assunta De Rossi, Jackie De Guzman, Wendell Ramos and Antonio Aquitania (who were hired by the late GMA talent manager, Douglas Quijano) who is one of the first casts of Bubble Gang with Alcasid and Michael V. on their early days. There were two extras in the show, such as Diego Llorico, who was working as a production assistant to the show, currently also a segment producer, & Susan Lozada's personal assistant Marissa "Mykah" Flores, she was eventually one of Wendell Ramos love interest. During its first year, it was shown around seven in the evening and carried a slogan "Bubble Gang: Just Chew It!" The show gained popularity in 1996. The so-called "Bubble Gang Mania" rapidly caught on when it spoofed the sprouting of Mexican telenovelas in Philippine television which proved to be successful ratings-wise. Instead of riding on with the trend, they goofed around the concept and made their mark as the site of the biggest gathering of soap spoofs, it introduced two segments such as Miyusik Tagalog Bersiyon & Miyusik English Versiyon which Michael V. translates songs to Tagalog/English literally, the latter would later make an album with the same title which was released in 1997. In later months of 1998, Bubble Gang came up with an idea to parody the religious program, Ang Dating Daan into Ang Dating Doon were the latter religious show was popular that time. They originally intended to quote the Bible, but because of religious sensitivities, they just decided to quote English fairy tales and Tagalog nursery rhymes and make fun of it. In July 20, 2012, the show made a tribute to Dolphy, the King of Philippine Comedy, a week after the actor's death. The tribute was made to honor Dolphy's contribution to Philippine Comedy. In July 19, 2013, after the months of rumors over Ogie Alcasid's transfer to TV5, he finally left the show, despite his Pick Up Line segment was over, his friend & cast member Michael V. remarks on saying "No one can replace Ogie as Boy Pick-up". In early 2013, the show launched its talent search called Bagong Gang: The Search for the New Recruits, Joyce Ching (cast member of the now-defunct Bubble Gang Jr.), Jan Manual, RJ Padilla, Juancho Trivino, Arny Ross, and Protege winner Denise Barbacena were among the other contestants. The show celebrates its 18th anniversary and dubbed the two part special as "Barely Legal", on October 7, 2013, in the Republiq Club in Resorts World Manila. The show introduces new cast such as Chariz Solomon, Carla Abellana, Paolo Contis, Mikael Daez, Andrea Torres, Max Collins, Sef Cadayona, and Betong Sumaya, and new segments such as Ikaw at ang Ina, Lala Ytera, Atlit, Istambay sa Looban, & Antonietta. Bagong Gang contestant Denise Barbacena & Jan Manual won the contest & now part of the show, with Ching, Padilla, Trivino, and Ross also joining the cast, coincidentally, numbers of the cast members are 20+ more. For its 18th year on Philippine Television, the show surpass its other comedy shows such as T.O.D.A.S. of IBC-13 (which ran for 1 decade) and John En Marsha of RPN-9 (which was ran for 17 years). On October 24, 2014, the show will celebrate its 19th anniversary and dubbed as "19 B.C." with an ancient Sparta theme.

Banana Nite July 31 2015 Teaser

Banana Nite July 31 2015

Banana Split is a comedy gag show broadcast in ABS-CBN every Saturday evening featuring Angelica Panganiban, Jason Gainza, and John Prats, with Pooh, Zanjoe Marudo and Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Clash of 2010 2nd Big Placer Ryan Bang.

The Rich Mans Daughter July 31 2015

The Rich Mans Daughter July 31 2015

The Rich Man's Daughter is a Filipino drama series to be broadcast by GMA Network starring Rhian Ramos (previously Marian Rivera), Luis Alandy and Glaiza de Castro. It is set to premiere on May 11, 2015 replacing Second Chances on the network's GMA Telebabad primetime block, and also air worldwide via GMA Pinoy TV.

On April 17, 2015, Marian Rivera withdrew from the upcoming program The Rich Man's Daughter due to her delicate pregnancy.

Aquino and Abunda Tonight July 31 2015 Teaser

Aquino and Abunda Tonight July 31 2015

Aquino & Abunda Tonight is a Philippine primetime entertainment news program broadcast by ABS-CBN. It is hosted by Kris Aquino and Boy Abunda. It airs every weeknights at 10:00pm to 10:15pm (PST) on the network's Primetime Bida evening block. The show also serves as a 3-year reunion for the host tandem after they did SNN: Showbiz News Ngayon.

A run-down of daily top stories, with topics raging from showbiz, lifestyle and politics. The program promises to deliver its segmets "from layman's point of view", and with perspectives on how certain issues can affect viewers' daily lives.

Let The Love Begin July 31 2015

Let The Love Begin July 31 2015

Let the Love Begin is a Filipino drama series to be broadcast by GMA Network starring Gabbi Garcia and Ruru Madrid. It is based on the 2005 film of the same title under GMA Films starring Richard Gutierrez and Angel Locsin. It is set to premiere on May 4, 2015 replacing Once Upon a Kiss on the network's GMA Telebabad primetime block, and also aired worldwide via GMA Pinoy TV.

Pari Koy July 31 2015

Pari Koy July 31 2015

Hinahangaan ng lahat si Kokoy. Sa taglay niyang kagwapuhan at kabaitan, puwede siyang bansagan bilang certified crush ng bayan. Si Kokoy din ang tipong gugustuhin ng mga nanay, lola at tita para sa kanilang mga anak na babae. Siya ay mabait, maalaga, madiskarte, masipag at kahit palabiro ay punong-puno naman ng prinsipyo. Higit pa dito, siya rin ang tipong maaasahan sa panahon ng kagipitan.

Bridges of Love July 31 2015

Bridges of Love July 31 2015

Bridges of Love (Japanese: 愛の橋 / Romanji: Ai no Hashi) is a 2015 Philippine soap opera television series directed by Richard V. Somes and Will Fredo, starring Jericho Rosales, Paulo Avelino and Maja Salvador. The series premiered on ABS-CBN and worldwide on The Filipino Channel on March 16, 2015, replacing Two Wives.

The story shares the tale of two brothers, Gael and Carlos, who were bound by their promise to each other, but separated by an unfortunate tragedy with guilt and hatred. They will be bridged together by love embodied by the same lady-of-interest — Mia, who was Gael's greatest love, and the woman who completed Carlos' broken heart.

24 Oras July 31 2015

24 Oras July 31 2015

24 Oras is the flagship national network news broadcast of GMA Network. A nightly national newscast which airs in the Philippines. Launched in 2004, it is one of the most watched news programs in the country. The program airs at 6:30 PM PST on weekdays, and is also simulcast on GMA Pinoy TV. 24 Oras premiered on March 15, 2004 at 6:15pm, replacing Frontpage: Ulat ni Mel Tiangco. Frontpage anchor Mel Tiangco was joined by Saksi's Mike Enriquez, rejoining them in one newscast since they co-anchored Saksi from 1996 to 1998. Special weekend editions are also being aired when it deemed necessary (See below).

DZBB anchor Joel Reyes Zobel is the voice over talent until 2014.

On June 2004, the show reformatted its studio set, graphics & intro, however, the OBB or "Opening Billboard" remains the same.

On December 1, 2005, the coverage by 24 Oras of a siege of Camp Bagong Diwa was mentioned in the best news program category in the Asian Television Awards in Singapore.

The show relaunched in April 17, 2006 with a new graphics package, and a new set with floating large rear projection screens that allow the anchors to virtually "talk" to correspondents in live feeds, also the anchors are doing stand-up news delivery. The studio set was shared by Saksi during that time. PAGASA's Nathaniel Cruz anchors weather news during severe weather conditions.

On August 11, 2008, the show was relaunched again with a new set using LED, a new desk which is identical to the desk used by CBS Evening News, new graphics and titles. On April 2010, the show became the home of Vizrt Touchscreen system a real-time broadcast solutions system which is use in the YouScoop segment designed and developed by GMA New Media. On December 6, 2010, the news program updated its graphics. A day later, it updated its OBB and title card.

On February 21, 2011, along with Unang Hirit, Saksi, and GMA Flash Report, the newscast introduced a new studio set, new graphics, new theme, and new OBB. The new theme music is a remix of 24 Oras 2008-2011 theme music & an element of an opera voice, eventually it was developed in 2010, which was used only for the commercial.[2] On October 10, 24 Oras updated only its graphics. The logo on the bottom left corner is now square and features: 24 Oras current logo, Facebook page, Twitter account and GMA News Online URL. The news ticker became shorter than February 2011 24 Oras news ticker. The news ticker of the late 2011 24 Oras shows the return of the time shown on the news ticker (the former is 2006-2011). The headlines at the right of the 24 oras logo is rectangular with the red line at the right of the headlines. This also use a new font Antique Olive on their graphics, replacing Myriad font, which use on other GMA newscast.

On June 4, 2012, 24 Oras launched its new weather segment titled I.M. Ready: GMA Weather (based on the advisory advertisement of the said title, and the branding of I.M. Ready), hosted by resident Meteorologist Nathaniel Cruz. Cruz has been the chief weather forecaster for PAGASA and is regularly seen in GMA newscasts for some time before he went to Australia.

On June 2013, 24 Oras introduce its augmented reality graphics, it was used only on the beginning of the show, however it was no longer used later on.

A notable coverage of GMA News called "Super Typhoon Yolanda", covering the devastating typhoon Haiyan (international name), won its 4th George Foster's Peabody Awards in 2014.
In July 2014, the studio set was under renovations, with some of its props removed and its anchors doing a stand-up news delivery, once again.

On November 10, 2014, Vicky Morales joined the 24 Oras team as it's third anchor, while Pia Arcangel leaves GMA News TV's Balitanghali to replace her. Also, GMA Regional newscasts for Bicol, Cebu, Davao, Cagayan de Oro, Iloilo, Dagupan and Ilocos adopted the 24 Oras branding. All of this changes are answers to competition of its long-time rival, ABS-CBN's TV Patrol

Pangako Sayo July 31 2015 TEaser

Pangako Sayo July 31 2015

Pangako Sa ’Yo is a 2015 Philippine romantic melodrama television series based on the 2000 Filipino soap opera of the same title. Directed by Rory Quintos, Dado Lumibao, Cathy Garcia-Molina and Olivia M. Lamasan. Top-billed by Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla with Jodi Sta. Maria and Angelica Panganiban . The series premiered on ABS-CBN and worldwide on The Filipino Channel on May 25, 2015, succeeding Forevermore.

A 'Modern retelling of a great Filipino love story', the story revolves on the lives of Amor de Jesus, Eduardo Buenavista and Claudia Salameda; and their children Yna Macaspac and Angelo Buenavista whose lives are intertwined because of Love, Poverty, Power and Vengeance.

The story revolves on young lovers Yna Macaspac (Kathryn Bernardo) and Angelo Buenavista (Daniel Padilla), who believes that they were half-siblings. Angelo, the rebellious son of a powerful politician, falls in love with Yna, a simple but beautiful adopted daughter of a retired policeman. Unbeknownst to them, their love story is destined to repeat history. 20 years ago, Angelo's father, Eduardo Buenavista (Ian Veneracion), also fell in love with an innocent but headstrong barrio lass named Amor (Jodi Sta. Maria). But their relationship was doomed from the start. Eduardo's mother, Doña Benita (Pilar Pilapil), despised Amor, as she was an impediment to her plan to marry her son to Claudia (Angelica Panganiban), the illegitimate daughter of Governor Salameda (Leo Rialp). The arranged marriage would have saved their family business, and so Benita did everything to ensure that that happened. And so despite the lovers’ struggle to fight for their love, they eventually succumb to the pressures and machinations. Eduardo is made to believe that Amor betrayed him, by having a relationship with his brother, Diego (Bernard Palanca). And so when Amor tells him she was actually a victim of rape by Diego, Eduardo refused to believe her. He sends her off and marries Claudia Salameda. Amor then tries to forget everything that happened between her and Eduardo. Eventually, she finds out that she is pregnant. Years after giving birth, Amor decides to leave for Hong Kong to be a domestic helper. It is where she finds out that the mining village, Talimpao, was devastated after an earthquake. Doomed by the death of her family and her own daughter Maria Amor (who is later Yna Macaspac), Amor vows to seek vengeance to all of those who oppressed her. Tested by fate and hardened by suffering, Amor returns 20 years later, and her day of reckoning comes. She crosses paths with Eduardo and Claudia, and their son, Angelo, whom Amor sees will play the biggest role in her revenge. Ironically, crossing Angelo means crossing Yna, his inamorata. Unbeknownst to Amor, crossing Yna Macaspac will lead her to the greatest tragedy of her life; greater than what has befallen her in the past.

Nathaniel July 31 2015 Teaser

Nathaniel July 31 2015

Nathaniel is a 2015 Philippine fantasy drama television series directed by Darnel Joy Villaflor and Francis Pasion, starring Marco Masa in his first lead role as Nathaniel, an angel who has a mission to return to earth and restore the belief of humanity in God and remind them about the innate goodness that everyone possesses in their hearts. The series premiered on ABS-CBN and worldwide on The Filipino Channel on April 20, 2015, replacing Dream Dad.

Pasion de Amor July 31 2015 Teaser

Pasion de Amor July 31 2015

Pasión de Amor (Spanish for Passion of Love) is a 2015 Philippine romantic drama television series loosely based on the 2003 Spanish-language telenovela Pasión de Gavilanes produced by Telemundo, RTI Producciones and Caracol Televisión.

Directed by Eric Quizon, it is topbilled by Jake Cuenca, Arci Muñoz, Ejay Falcon, Ellen Adarna, Joseph Marco and Coleen Garcia. The series premiered on ABS-CBN and worldwide on The Filipino Channel on June 1, 2015, replacing Inday Bote.

The story revolves around the Samonte brothers who set out to avenge the death of their only sister. They do this by making the Elizondo sisters fall in love with them.

Kapamilya Deal or No Deal July 31 2015 Teaser

Kapamilya Deal or No Deal July 31 2015

The fifth season of the show premiered on February 9, 2015 after numerous teasers hinted that the show will return this year. This has been confirmed by Manzano, on his official Twitter account, for which he would return as host for the show's fifth season. Among the changes in the new season is that the briefcases have been reduced to 20 and instead of models holding the cases, it would be held by celebrities, dubbed as the "20 Lucky Stars". One celebrity would actually play the game as an actual contestant. This format of contestants as quasi-models had been used previously in several "box" versions of the franchise as well as the US syndicated version.

My Mothers Secret July 31 2015

My Mothers Secret July 31 2015

Isang magandang buhay kasama ang inang si Cora (Lotlot de Leon) — ito ang pangarap ni Neri (Kim Rodriguez). Ngunit dahil sa hindi inaasahang pagkakataon, makikilala niya ang mag-asawang Vivian (Gwen Zamora) at Anton (Christian Bautista). Dahil sa angking kabutihan ng dalaga, kukupkupin siya at pag-aaralin ng mga ito. Dito magsisimulang magbago ang buhay ni Neri. Makikilala niya ang mag-inang Stella (Meryll Soriano) at Karen (Joanna Marie Tan) na siyang magpapahirap sa kanyang buhay. Bukod dito, isang bagay tungkol sa kanyang pagkatao ang mabubunyag— si Vivian ang tunay niyang ina. Kung ang buhay niya ay puno ng kasinungalingan, handa pa rin kaya siyang maniwala sa tunay na pagmamahal?

Birth of a Beauty July 31 2015

Birth of a Beauty July 31 2015

Birth of a Beauty (Hangul: 미녀의 탄생; RR: Minyeoui Tansaeng) is a 2014 South Korean television series starring Joo Sang-wook, Han Ye-seul, Jung Gyu-woon and Wang Ji-hye. It aired on SBS from November 1, 2014 to January 11, 2015 for 21 episodes.

Love Hotline July 31 2015

Love Hotline July 31 2015

Love Hotline is a Philippine reality talk show Love advanced-variety is set to be broadcast on GMA News TV from September 23, 2013 to February 14, 2014 then moved to GMA Network starting on May 30, 2014 every Friday at 4:45 PM to 5:15 PM worldwide via GMA Life TV and hosted by Jean Garcia.

Healing Hearts July 31 2015

Healing Hearts July 31 2015

Healing Hearts is a Filipino drama series to be broadcast by GMA Network starring Kristofer Martin, Joyce Ching and Krystal Reyes with Mickey Ferriols and drama actress Angelika dela Cruz. It is set to premiere on May 11, 2015 replacing Kailan Ba Tama ang Mali? on the network's GMA Afternoon Prime block, and also aired worldwide via GMA Pinoy TV.

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