List of programs broadcast by GMA Network

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Programs broadcast by GMA Network include news and public affairs shows, documentaries, dramas, anime, reality and variety shows, game shows, sitcom, foreign telenovelas, as well as entertainment news and talk shows.

For the previously aired defunct shows of this network, see List of programs aired by GMA Network or List of telenovelas of GMA Network.

Currently broadcast

News and Public Affairs

Newscast

Public affairs

Local drama

Primetime

Daytime

Weekends

Japanese anime

Daytime

Weekends

Tokusatsu

Variety shows

Musical Shows

Talk shows

Game shows

Reality shows

Comedy

Infotainment

Cooking shows

  • Del Monte Kitchenomics (1995-2008, 2012–present)
  • Sarap Diva (2012–present)

Cartoon

Religious shows

  • Family TV Mass (2014–present) (produced by Mission Communications Foundation Inc.) (also being broadcast on GMA Pinoy TV)
  • Jesus the Healer (1989–1999, 2006–present) (also being broadcast on GMA News TV and Light Network)
  • PJM Forum (1998-2001, 2006–present) (also being broadcast on GMA News TV and Light Network)

Asian drama

Korean

Movie blocks and specials

  • Superhero Sunday (2014–present)
  • Kapuso Movie Festival (2006–present)
  • GMA Blockbusters (2013–present)
  • SNBO: Sunday Night Box Office (1997–present)

GMA Regional TV programs

Newscasts

Morning shows

Educational/magazine shows

  • Let's Fiesta - GMA 5 Laoag/GMA 10 Dagupan/GMA 7 Naga/GMA 6 Iloilo/GMA 13 Bacolod/GMA 7 Cebu/GMA 12 Cagayan de Oro/GMA 5 Davao/GMA 8 General Santos[1]

Public affairs

  • Central Visayas Isyu Karon - GMA 7 Cebu
  • Ilonggo Isyu Subong - GMA 6 Iloilo
  • Negrense Isyu Subong - GMA 13 & 30 Bacolod
  • Isyu Mindanao - GMA 5 Davao/GMA 12 & 35 Cagayan de Oro/GMA 8 General Santos[2]

Religious

  • Visita Iglesia - GMA 5 Laoag/GMA 10 Dagupan/GMA 7 Naga/GMA 6 Iloilo/GMA 13 Bacolod/GMA 7 Cebu/GMA 12 Cagayan de Oro/GMA 5 Davao/GMA 8 General Santos

Upcoming programs

Local drama

Title Air date Cast Crew Genre Source
More Than Words November 17, 2014 Janine Gutierrez, Elmo Magalona Andoy Ranay (director) Drama, romance [3][4]
Second Chances November 17, 2014 Jennylyn Mercado, Camille Prats, Luis Alandy, Rafael Rosell Laurice Guillen (director) Drama [5]
Kailan Ba Tama ang Mali TBA Empress, Geoff Eigenmann, Max Collins, Dion Ignacio Drama [6]

Reality shows

Title Air date Cast Copyright holder Genre Source
StarStruck VI 1st Quarter 2015 Dingdong Dantes, Iya Villania-Arellano TBA Interactive reality show [7]

See also

References

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