Mel and Joey
|Mel & Joey|
|Developed by||GMA Entertainment TV Group|
|Directed by||Louie Ignacio|
Joey de Leon
|Country of origin||Philippines|
|No. of episodes||360 (final)|
|Executive producer(s)||Lui Cadag|
|Editor(s)||Ronald Lansangan, Erwin Logina, Jan Vincent Chiu, Shoti Banares|
|Camera setup||Multiple-camera setup|
|Running time||1 hour|
|Original network||GMA Network|
|Picture format||480i SDTV|
|Original release||August 15, 2004 – July 17, 2011|
|Preceded by||Partners with Mel Tiangco|
It replaced the previous talk show, Partners with Mel Tiangco, where Mel Tiangco hosted when Jay Sonza ran for election to the Senate of the Philippines under the party, Aksyon Demokratiko, and moved to UNTV 37 as station manager. He later moved to the radio anchor of DZIQ (Radyo Inquirer 990). On August 15, 2010, aside from birthday of Mel Tiangco, the new intro of Mel & Joey is unveiled.
To date, its last episode in the studios was on February 6, 2011. Afterwards, the show has been at a designated venue and that's where the show would take place.
After 6 years on air, GMA decided to cancel it for an unknown reason. The show is well-received (ratings-wise) and has a lot of commercials, so the real reason according to GMA's Entertainment Division was to give the program a rest. The last episode was entitled as "Happy Ending".
Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho is currently airing on the timeslot previously occupied by the show.
- Syeteng Syete ni Joey
- One-on-One with Mel
Catholic Mass Media Awards
- 2005 Winner, Best Celebrity Talk Show
- 2008 Winner, Best Talk Show
- 2011 Winner, Best Talk Show
USTv Students' Choice Awards
- 2010 Winner, Best Talk Show
UP Gandingan Awards
- 2010 Winner, Best Talk Variety Program
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