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‘Bet on Your Baby’ tomorrow

A spinoff of the American game show of the same title, ABS-CBN’s “Bet on Your Baby” offers prizes worth at least P100,000 in its jackpot rounds.

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Eventful debut for kiddie game show

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NIÑO AND ALONZO MUHLACH. Stellar promise.

Judy Ann Santos’ new TV show, “Bet On Your Baby,” is making waves on the tube, because it’s the only local game show for kids that features competing teams made up of toddlers and their parents. On the program’s first telecast two weeks ago, the winning team was so lucky that it won the top [...]

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For ‘sadistic’ viewers mostly

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“WIPEOUT.” One far-out challenge after another.

Many game shows on TV make it easy for contestants to win prizes in cash or kind, but a sadistic few pride themselves on their fiendish ability to put their “victims” through the wringer before they can win anything!

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Unusual televiewing treats feature priests, male models

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MANZANO. Disarming contestants on “Minute to Win It.”

Talk about an unusual viewing treat, we recently enjoyed watching a telecast of the game show, “Minute to Win It,” on ABS-CBN, Luis Manzano hosting, because it featured as contestants two teams made up of—priests.

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Kapatid wishes Willie well

Willie Revillame

Tuesday afternoon, “Wowowillie” host-producer Willie Revillame announced his retirement from the noontime show in mid-October this year due to “personal” reasons.   Few hours after, TV5 issued this statement: “We respect [his] decision [and] wish him well in his new pursuits.”   All these came about following rumors that TV5 was not renewing Revillame’s contract [...]

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Easier for viewers to relate to

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WHEN we first watched the original American version of the “Minute to Win It” game show, we found it much too difficult and demanding for us to enjoy its challenges. For that reason, we viewed the program only occasionally.   Interestingly, it was a different story when the show was “localized” for weekday viewing on [...]

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‘Minute to Win It’ drives youths to be more active

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For the first time, the “Minute to Win It” game show franchise is fielding a “junior” edition—and it’s being done right here on Philippine TV, with the new show for juvenile players making its auspicious debut last April 29 at 11 a.m.

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Joy ride challenge

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ABOVE: Inquirer employees play the thrilling game with show hosts (third from left) Saida Diola, Mr. Fu,Valeen Montenegro and Alison Andres.

Believe it or not, the hosts of the new TV5 game show “Jeepney Jackpot: Pera o Para” have actually tried riding the ubiquitous public transport in the past. “When I was a student and, even after graduation, when I started working as a news reporter (on RPN 9), I often took the jeepney,” Mr. Fu [...]

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New TV shows excite viewers

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MANZANO. Exceedingly stressful games.

Last Monday, a number of new TV programs made their debut in a strong bid to attract viewers, and distract them from the shows they usually watch.

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Vic Sotto’s exciting new show

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VIC SOTTO

Vic Sotto’s new game show, “The Million Peso Money Drop,” got off to an exciting start last Sunday on TV5, with Eric and Epy Quizon playing for a cool and hot million bucks for their late dad Dolphy’s foundation’s projects. Alas, the evening didn’t have a happy ending for them, but up to the last question, they were doing really well.

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Daunting challenges in new TV game show

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EDU Manzano cohosts “Game & Go” with Joey de Leon

RECENTLY, we caught several telecasts of the new TV5 Sunday game show, “Game & Go,” and found it more perplexing than entertaining. The over-all impression the show made on us was that it was a compendium of generally outrageous challenges that sometimes tested its contestants’ physical abilities to the extreme.

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De Leon, Manzano: Politics not for us

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NO TO POLITICS Television stars Joey de Leon and Edu Manzano deny rumors on alleged intentions of Vic Sotto and Lucky Manzano to run for office in the 2013 election during a live appearance Monday at Kliq Showbiz program over Radyo Inquirer 990 AM. Video by INQUIRER.net's Cathy Miranda

Actor and television host Edu Manzano on Monday said he would no longer enter politics and also discouraged his son Luis from running for public office.

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