Ful Haus

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Ful Haus
Created by M-Zet Productions, Inc.
Directed by Bert de Leon
Starring Vic Sotto
Pia Guanio
Country of origin Philippines
No. of episodes 106
Production
Running time 1 hour
Broadcast
Original channel GMA Network
Picture format 480i SDTV
Original run August 5, 2007 – August 2, 2009
Chronology
Related shows Daddy Di Do Du

Ful Haus was a Filipino sitcom produced by M-Zet Productions, Inc. and premiered on August 5, 2007. It aired every Sunday on GMA Network. The show is part of the network's GMA KiliTV block. This show is based heavily on Full House. Show title was named after Koreanovela in GMA, Full House. The title theme was composed by Francis Magalona which he rapped together with Gloc 9. The sitcom is currently re-aired internationally on GMA Life TV.

Plot[edit]

The story revolves around Ful (played by Vic Sotto) and his wife, Grace (Pia Guanio), who are married for the longest time but Grace is just going to give birth. Their marriage is anything but blissful since they still live with Ful's parents (Joonee Gamboa and Marissa Delgado). The conflict starts when Ful's mother expresses her disdain over her daughter-in-law Grace and the life Ful chose when he got married. This was added when Ful's newly separated brother Onemig (played by Jose Manalo) arrived with his son One-Two (BJ Forbes) to live with the couple. Onemig tries to make the whole family proud by posing himself as a hotshot lawyer, which doesn't impress Ful at all.

It turns out that Onemig is not a lawyer, he is just working as a fixer at the City Hall. This was discovered by Ful and tries to embarrass his brother in front of the whole family. But brotherly love prevails as Onemig promises to tell their parents his real job when the right time comes. As a result, both brothers kept it as a secret.

A story of relationships within the Palisoc family and how they live together inside Ful-Haus (Fulgencio's House).

On August 2, 2009, Fulhaus aired its last episode and was replaced a new sitcom called "Show Me Da Manny" 3 weeks later, On August 9, Marian Rivera was introducing her own Darna series. It stars Manny Pacquiao and Marian Rivera.

Cast[edit]

Awards[edit]

PMPC Star Awards for TV[edit]

  • 2009 Winner, Best Comedy Show
  • 2008 Winner, Best Comedy Show
  • 2007 Nominated, Best Comedy Show
  • 2007 Nominated, Best Comedy Actor (Vic Sotto)
  • 2008 Nominated, Best Comedy Actor (Vic Sotto)
  • 2009 Nominated, Best Comedy Actor (Vic Sotto)

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