GMA Supershow

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GMA Supershow
GMA Supershow 9497.jpg
1994-1997 logo
Genre Musical variety show
Created by Program Philippines, Inc. (1978-1979)
Geebees Productions (1979-1983)
GMA Network (1983-1997)
Directed by Al Quinn
Fritz Infante / Willy Caliao
Starring German Moreno
Opening theme GMA Supershow Theme Song
English (1983-1992)
Filipino (1992-1997)
Country of origin Philippines
No. of episodes 978
Production
Executive producer(s) Lenny C. Parto / Roger Cruz
Location(s) GMA Broadway Centrum (New Manila, Quezon City)
Running time 1 hour (1978-1983)
3 hours (1983-1992)
3.5 hours (1992-1997)
Release
Original network GMA Network
Picture format 480i SDTV
Original release May 7, 1978 (1978-05-07) – January 26, 1997 (1997-01-26)
Chronology
Followed by SOP (February 2, 1997 - February 28, 2010)
Related shows SOP
Party Pilipinas
Sunday All Stars
Sunday PinaSaya

GMA Supershow, formerly titled Germside and then Germspesyal, was a Sunday noontime variety show broadcast by GMA Network from May 7, 1978 to January 26, 1997, making it once the longest-running Sunday noontime show in Philippine television history until ASAP surpassed the record.

Final hosts[edit]

Original main host[edit]

Female co-hosts[edit]

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Original co-hosts[edit]

Dancers[edit]

Awards and recognitions[edit]

  • Winner, Best Musical Variety Show - PMPC Star Awards for TV (1987)
  • Winner, Best Variety Show - PMPC Star Awards for TV (1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1993 & 1994)
  • Finalists, Entertainment Program Category - New York TV Festivals (1994)

Studios[edit]

  • Old GMA Building (now GMA Network Studios) (1978–1987)
  • Araneta Coliseum (now Smart Araneta Coliseum) (every anniversary and Kuya Germs Birthday celebration)
  • GMA Broadway Centrum (1987–1997)

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