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New shows on Kapamilya

ABS-CBN is sure to get more fans hooked with new shows in the remaining part of 2015.

Held at the Marriot Grand Ballroom in Pasay, the ABS-CBN trade event dubbed as “Shine, Kapamilya” started with a grand opening act of It’s Showtime hosts giving the guests a sneak peek of their “anim-versary” show at the Smart Araneta Coliseum last Saturday.

It’s Showtime hosts

One of the new shows revealed that Kapamilya viewers should not miss is the first series of the real-life sweethearts Erich Gonzales and Daniel Matsunaga entitled Be My Lady. Soon to bring “kilig” to every Kapamilya’s morning, Be My Lady will tell the unique love story of a foreigner and a Filipina.

Real-life sweethearts Erich Gonzales and Daniel Matsunaga

 

Aside from the light series, ABS-CBN will also offer a different kind of drama as it soon airs Tubig at Langis. The series, which star Cristine Reyes and Zanjoe Marudo, will bravely tackle marital problems.

Tubig at Langis stars Cristine Reyes and Zanjoe Marudo

ABS-CBN also introduced two series that will share stories of different family setups—And I Love You So top billed by three promising teen stars – Julia Barretto, Miles Ocampo, and Iñigo Pascual and You’re My Home starring Richard Gomez, Dawn Zulueta, Jessy Mendiola, and JC De Vera.

The cast of And I Love You So
Jessy Mendiola and JC De Vera

Meanwhile, ABS-CBN also paid tribute to the late Fernando Poe Jr., the original star of the classic Ang Probinsyano through its teleserye remake of the said film. The series that is aired on the Primetime Bida block stars Coco Martin and Maja Salvador.

Apart from the new and exciting teleseryes, the tradeshow also unveiled the newest game show every Kapamilya should watch out for—Celebrity Playtime. Hosted by Billy Crawford, the game show features various stars playing a mix of unique and known party games.

Jodi Sta. Maria and Ian Veneracion
James Reid and Nadine Lustre

Present also at the event were the stars of high-rating programs that are currently airing— Jodi Sta. Maria and Ian Veneracio of Pangako Sa ‘Yo, James Reid and Nadine Lustre of  On the Wings of Love, and Dawn, Zeus, teen big four Bailey, Franco, Jimboy and Ylona of Pinoy Big Brother 737.

Anne Curtis belts out the song Chandelier
Dawn Chang and Zeus Collins of Pinoy Big Brother 737

Kapamilya stars clash in competitive games 

ABS-CBN takes fun to a whole new level with its newest talk-comedy-game show Celebrity Playtime, which pits celebrities against each other in exciting and amusing games every Saturday.

Hosted by Billy Crawford, the program features celebrity players competing in house party games and winning prizes – all in the spirit of having fun. 

Celebrity Playtime host Billy Crawford

Billy said the program urges viewers to bond with their friends and family. 

 “These days, most of us rely on smartphones and social media for interaction. We want to encourage viewers to spend time, connect, and have fun with each other the best way – face-to-face,” said Billy.

Every week, two teams of celebrity players will play three house party games about popular culture. After the third game, the team that earns the most number of points wins and advances to the bonus round where they can earn an additional cash prize.

Billy with celebrity players

The fun does not just stop there, as these two teams will play in a road-to-three series.

 The first team to win three weeks will be declared the defending champion and will be playing against another “celebri-team.”

Featured in the program’s first laughter-filled games were Melai Cantiveros, Nyoy Volante, Edgar Allan Guzman, and Karla Estrada of Your Face Sounds Familiar’s first season and Long Mejia, Dennis Padilla, Eric Nicolas, and Epi Quizon, some of the Lucky Stars of Kapamilya Deal Or No Deal.

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