Vice Ganda launches own digital network after postponement
Vice Ganda has finally launched his own digital network last Friday, Aug. 14 after a postponement last month.
The online platform, called The Vice Ganda Network, premiered with a game show that featured “Kadenang Ginto” stars Andrea Brillantes, Francine Diaz, Kyle Echarri and Seth Fedelin. The programs can be viewed on live.viceganda.com.ph, as per the TV host-comedian’s Facebook post on the same day.
THE VICE GANDA NETWORK IS LIVE NOW!Punta na sa live.viceganda.com.ph para sumali sa fun games at pa-cash prize ni Vice Ganda with Andrea Brillantes, Francine Diaz, Kyle Echarri, at Seth Fedelin ng Gold Squad!FEATURED STORIESENTERTAINMENT
The said program is dubbed “Prize Ganda” and is one of the two shows that has premiered on Vice Ganda’s site. The other is a talk show titled “Gabing Gabi Na Vice” which released its pilot episode yesterday, Aug. 15.
Shur na shur na to!! Abangan ang total of 100,000 cash prize sa Prize Ganda at laughtrip na chikahan sa Gabing Gabi Na Vice ngayong August 14 and 15 sa The Vice Ganda Network! Kitakits, mga memsh!
Vice Ganda invited actresses Bea Alonzo and Angel Locsin as his first guests on the new program, as per his Twitter post. Along with the conversation with the two artists, he also noted that he gave away more prizes during a portion called “Eyes Ganda”.
Mawawatch nyo ang #GabingGabiNaVice LIVE sa https://t.co/K3idEJxPNk at sa Vice Ganda Facebook Fan Page tonyt at 10pm. Bedroom chikahan with Bea Alonzo and Angel Locsin. Plus papremyo sa Eyes Ganda portion. GV and Ayuda as olweizzz!!! See yah!!! Chugug!ADVERTISEMENT
— jose marie viceral (@vicegandako) August 15, 2020
The TV host-comedian decided to launch his own network following Congress’ denial of ABS-CBN’s application for a franchise renewal last month.
He told the Philippine Daily Inquirer that he is open to inviting stars from GMA 7 as guests since his network is not bound by exclusivities or restrictions. Vice Ganda also intends to use his platform to help standup comedians who lost their jobs due to the COVID-19 pandemic. JB
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