Shoutout!

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Shoutout!
ShoutOut-logo.jpg
Genre Teen idol variety
Directed by Johnny Manahan
Starring Erich Gonzales
Enchong Dee
Robi Domingo
Sam Concepcion
Empress Schuck
and Others
Opening theme "Shoutout!"
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Filipino, English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 55
Production
Location(s) Quezon City, Philippines
Running time 30 minutes
Release
Original network ABS-CBN
Picture format NTSC (480i)
Original release November 29, 2010 (2010-11-29) – February 11, 2011 (2011-02-11)
Chronology
Followed by The Price Is Right
Related shows Ang TV
External links
www.abs-cbn.com/Weekdays/article/9059/shoutout/Shoutout-.aspx

Shoutout! is a teen music reality variety show broadcast by ABS-CBN in the Philippines.[1][2] The show premiered November 29, 2010, and is hosted by the network's leading stars that include Erich Gonzales, Enchong Dee, Robi Domingo, Sam Concepcion, Arron Villaflor, and Empress Schuck.[3] Joining the hosts are daily teen performers that alternate every week. At the end of the week, all performers collaborate on a Friday all-star cast called TGIF. The show runs for 45 minutes, as the tail-end afternoon program. In the first week of December, Shout Out was moved to an earlier time slot, with a longer airing time of 1 hour.

Main hosts[edit]

The first season ran for eight weeks from November 29, 2010 to January 21, 2011. In the first six weeks, it was shown as a pre-program for the Primetime Bida block for forty-five minutes.

Aside from performances, Shoutout! also featured different segments, including games involving audience members and a segment featuring fan arts made by fans.

Mondeerrifics[edit]

Tuesdelicious[edit]

Miyerkulitz[edit]

Friends-Thurs[edit]

Guests[edit]

  • Neil Coleta (December 13–17, 2010)

Shoutout!: Level Up[edit]

On January 21, 2011, in a taped episode, the teens were feared cancellation in a month's time if no improvement to the show is continued.[4] The show re-formatted with a more reality format. The previous teen groups: Monderrifics, Tuesdelicious, Miyerkulitz, and Friends-Thurs were abolished and instead three new groupings were introduced. In addition, Enrique was demoted from being a main host to being part of the regular teenmates.

Each member of a group would have to audition for the production number of their respective days. If they pass the audition, they will get to perform for their group. Team Coolelats (A) perform on Mondays, Team Overload (B) on Tuesdays, and Team Up (C) on Wednesdays. On the next two weeks of the show, the spot performances were shown in 1 day, and the group performances in another day. In its last week, the Wednesday and Thursday episodes were dedicated to the teenmates who only had one chance or no chance to perform at all.

Shoutout! was canceled a week earlier than expected to make way for new programming such as The Price Is Right.[5]

Team For The Win (FTW)[edit]

The team has decided to rename the team from "Coolelats" to "For The Win"

Kathryn Bernardo, John Manalo and Julia Montes left the show in the second week of Level Up due to conflicts with their Mara Clara taping.

Team Overload[edit]

Joe Vargas left the show in the second week of Level Up due to taping conflicts with Mutya.

Team Up[edit]

Yen Santos and Piero Vergara left the show in the second week of Level Up due to taping conflicts with Mutya. Ryan Bang left the show as well due to his numerous shows. Jenny Kim likewise left the show to focus on her studies.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://www.facebook.com/SHOUTOUTfanpage
  2. ^ https://twitter.com/letsSHOUTOUT
  3. ^ Santos, Rhea. "Erich Gonzales looks forward to headlining new teen show 'Shoutout!'". push.com.ph. Retrieved 18 November 2010. 
  4. ^ Sanchez, Rowena Joy (27 January 2011). "'Shoutout' faces cancellation risk, cast urged to 'shape up'". Manila Bulletin. Retrieved 27 January 2011. 
  5. ^ ABS-CBN cancels youth oriented show Shoutout retrieved via www.yahoo.com.ph 02-12-2011

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