Diz Iz It!

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Diz Iz It!
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Diz Iz It! title screen
Format Entertainment, Variety show, Game show
Created by TAPE Inc.
GMA Entertainment TV Group
Developed by GMA Network
Directed by Poochie Rivera
Starring Sam YG
Bayani Agbayani
Grace Lee
Ehra Madrigal
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Tagalog and English
No. of episodes 127
Production
Executive producer(s) Antonio P. Tuviera
Malou Choa-Fagar
Jose Mari Abacan
Camera setup Multiple-camera setup
Running time 1 hour and 45 minutes (Monday to Saturday)
Broadcast
Original channel GMA Network
Picture format 480i SDTV
Original run February 8, 2010 – July 24, 2010

Diz Iz It! (from intentionally misspelled "This is It!") was a Filipino pre-noontime variety show produced by Television And Production Exponents Inc. (TAPE Inc.) of Malou Fagar and Tony Tuviera and GMA Network. The show was to be named Todo Bigay,[1][2] but it never pushed through. It broadcasts from Studio 1 of GMA Network Center and later from GMA Broadway Centrum in Quezon City. This show airs internationally via GMA Pinoy TV. Diz Iz It! is aired from Mondays to Fridays at 10:30am to 12:15pm and Saturdays at 10:15 am to 12:00pm before Eat Bulaga! on GMA and on GMA Pinoy TV. It had its grand concert which served as its final episode on July 24, 2010.

Main hosts[edit]

Format[edit]

Hosted by Bayani Agbayani, Ehra Madrigal, Grace Lee and Sam Y.G. (a.k.a. Shivaker), Diz Iz It! comprises five contestants who compete for 50,000 PHP daily cash prize by displaying their entertaining production numbers. The contestants are subjected into a dance competition. Aside from the major prize in the Best in Talent segment, an additional 30,000 PHP in the game show proper awaits the participating contestant.

Segments[edit]

Diz Iz Ur Moment[edit]

Studio audience get a chance to showcase their talent in 30 seconds.

Mic Mo 'To![edit]

Studio audience members get a chance to greet their loved ones.

Diz Iz Aktingan - Acting[edit]

Contestants act scenes with a celebrity judge and/or Shivaker.

Diz Iz Kantahan: Challenge the Champion - Singing[edit]

Contestants sing to win the vied prize.

Diz Iz Zayawan Remix[edit]

Dancing contestants dance to remixed songs with the songs' original elements as well as the group's signature moves.

Lam Ko, Lam Mo[edit]

A studio audience member is chosen and has to pick someone they have never met. If they, the new "friend" as the Diz Iz It! hosts phrase it, get it right they both win over PhP 1,000!

Form of judging[edit]

Daily and weekly finals[edit]

  • Performance level: 50%
  • Entertainment value: 50%

Judges[edit]

  • Michelle Obomshell has been a mainstay judge ever since he first appeared on this show. He was requested by popular demand because of his comedic styles.
  • Sita & Tera were the original judges that appeared for a month. Because they always criticize and look on the bad side, due to audience reaction and avoidance of prevention by MTRCB, these judges were removed as of the later part of March 2010.
Week Celebrity judge (in order of appearance) Celebrity judge (in order of appearance)
Week 1 (February 8–13, 2010) Maricel Soriano, Dennis Trillo, Iwa Moto, Geoff Eigenmann, Sheena Halili, TJ Trinidad, Rhian Ramos N/A
Week 2 (February 15–20, 2010) Rochelle Pangilinan, Gloc 9, Mark Herras, Glaiza de Castro, Aljur Abrenica, Pauleen Luna N/A
Week 3 (February 22–27, 2010) Iza Calzado, Ryza Cenon, Marvin Agustin, Enzo Pineda, Rocco Nacino, Chynna Ortaleza, Regine Tolentino N/A
Week 4 (March 1–6, 2010) Polo Ravales, Jean Garcia, Dawn Zulueta, Sarah Lahbati, Steven Silva, Heart Evangelista N/A
Week 5 (March 8–13, 2010) Sheryl Cruz, John Lapus, Angelu de Leon, Kuh Ledesma N/A
Week 6 (March 15–20, 2010) Arci Munoz, LJ Reyes, Tuesday Vargas, Jolina Magdangal, Patani Dano, Manilyn Reynes N/A
Week 7 (March 22–27, 2010) Glaiza de Castro, Aljur Abrenica, Tuesday Vargas, Tuesday Vargas, Tuesday Vargas, Mark Herras Regine Tolentino, John "Sweet" Lapus, John "Sweet" Lapus, Richard Gutierrez, Paolo Contis, Rochelle Pangilinanan
Week 8 (March 29–31, 2010) Tuesday Vargas, Tuesday Vargas Sheena Halili, Kris Bernal
Week 9 (April 5–10, 2010) John "Sweet" Lapus, John "Sweet" Lapus, John "Sweet" Lapus Marvin Agustin, Iwa Moto
Week 10 (April 12–17, 2010) Tuesday Vargas, Enzo Pineda, Manilyn Reynes, Tuesday Vargas, Tuesday Vargas, Tuesday Vargas N/A, Rocco Nacino, N/A, N/A, N/A, Heart Evangelista & Rochelle Pangilinan
Week 11 (April 19–24, 2010) No available data No available data
Week 12 (April 26–May 1, 2010) No available data No available data
Week 13 (May 3–8, 2010) No available data No available data
Week 14 (May 10–15, 2010) No available data No available data
Week 15 (May 17–22, 2010) No available data No available data
Week 16 (May 24–29, 2010) No available data No available data
Week 17 (May 31-June 5, 2010) No available data No available data
Week 18 (June 7–12, 2010) Glaiza De Castro, Ryza Cenon, Iwa Moto, Aicelle Santos, Regine Tolentino, Jean Garcia Tuesday Vargas, Mark Herras, Marvin Agustin, KC Montero, Nina, Paolo Contis
Week 19 (June 14–19, 2010) Kyla, Manilyn Reynes, TBD, Kris Bernal, Rocco Nacino & Aljur Abrenica, Regine Tolentino, Samantha "Grasya" Lopez, TBD, Samantha "Grasya" Lopez, Iza Calzado,
Week 20 (June 21–26, 2010) Mark Herras, Jay-R, Aljur Abrenica, Iwa Moto, TBD, TBD Kyla, Ryza Cenon, Tuesday Vargas, Glaiza De Castro, TBD, TBD
Week 21 (June 28-July 2, 2010) Aljur Abrenica, Kyla, N/A, TBD, Nina, Heart Evangelista Ate Glow, Ate Glow, N/A, TBD, Ate Glow, Ate Glow
Week 22 (July 5–10, 2010) Regine Tolentino, Aljur Abrenica, TBD, Glaiza De Castro, Kris Bernal, TBD Ate Glow, Ate Glow, Ate Glow, Ate Glow, Ate Glow, TBD
Week 23 (July 12–17, 2010) No available data No available data
Week 24 (July 19–24, 2010) Kuh Ledesma, Jamie Rivera, Ate Glow, Ate Glow (final)

Ratings[edit]

The show was seen as the answer of GMA Network to ABS-CBN's widely popular Showtime but Diz Iz It!'s ratings were a disaster even in the GMA Network stronghold of the Mega Manila area. The ratings were a factor at the show's cancellation. In the Nationwide ratings and even the Mega Manila ratings, Showtime doubled the ratings of Diz Iz It!, sometimes even tripling or quadrupling it.[3][4]

Studio[edit]

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