Gandang Gabi, Vice!

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Gandang Gabi, Vice!
Ggvice.jpg Season 1 title card
Written by Vince Bersola
Sol Caco
Regina Diane Noroña
Darla Sauler
Directed by Arnel Natividad
Presented by Vice Ganda
Theme music composer Christian Martinez
Opening theme "Gandang Gabi, Vice!"
by Vice Ganda
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Filipino, English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 175 (as of October 5, 2014)
Production
Executive producer(s) Lani Gutierrez
Editor(s) Niño Co
Cedric Czar Flores
Reynaldo D. Garcia
Emerson Luna
Jerwyn Tan
Cinematography Ramon Catahan
Running time 1 hour
Broadcast
Original channel ABS-CBN
Picture format NTSC (480i)
Original run May 22, 2011 (2011-05-22) – present
External links
Website

Gandang Gabi, Vice! (Good Evening, Vice!) is a Philippine comedy variety show and talk show hosted by stand-up comedian Vice Ganda.[1] Debuting on May 22, 2011, it airs every Sunday night on ABS-CBN. For its first season, the show was slated for thirteen episodes.[2] The show focuses on interviews with media personalities and comedic interactive segments, and also features live acts from various performers. After the announcement of the show's planned end on February 19, 2012, due to a lot of feedback requesting the continuation of the show, it was announced that the supposed end of the show on said date was only to be the finale of the first season, and that the show will continue with a second season the following week.

The show frequently opens with opening act composing of a song either sung by Vice Ganda or another featured musician, and a dance performance onstage (commonly finalists from Vice's other show Showtime). Afterwards, the host introduces the show and the featured guests in the episode, including an unidentified guest who will star on the show later. After a commercial, guests are introduced during each of the show's segments. One segment, titled Vice Advice, features Vice and her guest/s giving advices to citizens onstage or from the show's official site in the social networking sites Facebook and Twitter. The segment ends with a composed song likewise giving a message to the latter. This segment changed its format on the show's fifth episode. In the new format, Vice will draw questions in a crystal ball containing questions that were posted by the followers on the show's Twitter and she will try to answer hilariously as many questions as she can for one minute. After that, she will present a certain issue and will ask an audience his/her opinion regarding the issue. The segment still ends with a composed song pertaining to the issue tackled.

After all guests have been interviewed, Vice closes the show with a challenge, wherein audience members participate in a game or prank to win various prizes. All segments are serenaded by a band led by musical director Marvin Querido

The show and its first season premiered its pilot episode on May 22, 2011, and has since aired every Sunday night at 9:45 PM (PST) on ABS-CBN. The first season is originally set for thirteen episodes but was extended due to positive reviews from the audience. Due to additional show named Sarah G. Live, the first episode of the second season was moved to 10:15 PM (PST) on ABS-CBN. On October 27, 2012, the show was temporarily moved earlier at 9:30 PM (PST) filling the vacant of the weekend reality show. The show was later moved to 9:15 PM (PST) in 2013.[2]

Reception[edit]

The pilot episode debuted with a 21.9% rating of television viewers across the Philippines despite its late primetime schedule, ranking third behind the talent show Pilipinas Got Talent and magazine show Rated K for the highest rating of television viewers for a Sunday daytime and primetime television program.[3] As of its sixth episode, the show had an average of 20.9% of viewers per episode across the country despite its late night airing.[citation needed]

Awards[edit]

  • 2012 PMPC Star Awards for Television's "Best Celebrity & Showbiz-Oriented Talk Show" (Nominated)
  • 2012 PMPC Star Awards for Television's "Best Male Celebrity & Showbiz-Oriented Talk Show Host" - Vice Ganda (Won)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dumaual, Mario. "Vice Ganda to host ABS-CBN talk show". ABS-CBN News. Retrieved 17 May 2011. 
  2. ^ a b "Gandang Gabi, Vice! (OT) - Page 2 - Gandang Gabi Vice! - ABS-CBN Forum Home". ABS-CBN Forum Home. May 24. Retrieved 8 June 2011.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  3. ^ Kantar Media/TNS National Household Ratings retrieved via www.pep.ph

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