Sunday PinaSaya

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Sunday PinaSaya
Sunday PinaSaya title card.jpg
Title card since 2018
Also known asSPS
GenreVariety show
Created byMichael Tuviera
Directed by
Starring
Opening themeSunday PinaSaya theme song
Ending theme"Puso ng Saya"
Country of originPhilippines
Original language(s)Tagalog
No. of episodes171
Production
Executive producer(s)
  • Michael Tuviera
  • Ramel L. David
  • Jose Mari Abacan
  • Anabelle Macauba
  • Raymund Villariza
Producer(s)Antonio P. Tuviera
Production location(s)Studio 7, GMA Network Studios Annex, Quezon City, Philippines
Camera setupMultiple-camera setup
Running time165 minutes
Production company(s)
Release
Original networkGMA Network
Picture format
Original releaseAugust 9, 2015 (2015-08-09) – present
Chronology
Related showsEat Bulaga!
External links
Website

Sunday PinaSaya is a Philippine television variety show broadcast by GMA Network. It premiered on August 9, 2015 on the network's Sunday Grande sa Hapon line up replacing Sunday All Stars and worldwide on GMA Pinoy TV.

History[edit]

The program premiered on August 9, 2015 on the network's Sunday Grande block and is also aired worldwide via GMA Pinoy TV.[1] It occupied the 12 noon slot, and went back-to-back with another Sunday game show, Wowowin. After gaining top-rating status in only two weeks, its competing show ASAP started to also dish out some comedy sketch segments before eventually abandoning it on November 15, 2015 to give way to its lead-out program Banana Sundae.

When Wowowin moved to a weekday timeslot, Sunday Pinasaya had Dear Uge as its lead-out program and continued airing as a two-hour show. On March 20, 2016, the show was granted a 30-minute extension due to public demand.

On May 15, 2016, the show debuted Star Buzz, a parody of the defunct talk shows, Startalk and rival network ABS-CBN's The Buzz. The segment quickly won critical acclaim due to the effective impersonation of its cast members, particularly Jose Manalo, who impersonated then-presumptive Presidential winner Rodrigo Duterte.

On September 4, 2016, the show celebrated its first anniversary with new set and additional hosts.

On July 9, 2017, Sunday Pinasaya celebrated its second anniversary which they kicked off a month-long celebration. They also debuted a new theme song and tagline for the show: "Puso ng Saya" (Heart of Fun).

On March 25, 2018, the show added versatile actor Matt Evans and "Kambal, Karibal" lead stars Bianca Umali, Miguel Tanfelix and Kyline Alcantara to the growing number of cast members.

The show was granted another time slot extension on April 22, 2018 due to the changes on the network's Sunday Grande sa Hapon line up following the end of the primetime program "Sirkus" on April 15, 2018. As a result, "Sunday Pinasaya" became a 160-minute program, bumping off other lead-out programs (led by "Dear Uge") by 10 minutes.

When Amazing Earth premiered June 17, 2018, Sunday PinaSaya's runtime is shortened slightly to a 150-minute (2 1/2-hour) programme. This made Dear Uge extend 10 minutes more, and it returned to a 1-hour programme. as of October 7, 2018, the show was extended again by additional 15 minutes.

Cast[edit]

Lead hosts
Ai-Ai delas Alas
Marian Rivera
Jose Manalo
Wally Bayola
Lead cast
Supporting cast

SINCE 2015

SINCE 2016

SINCE 2018

Segments[edit]

Comedy skits[edit]

Adventures of Boobsie and Chuchay (ABC)

About 2 schoolkids, Boobsie and Chuchay (played by Mary Jane Arrabis and Gladys Guevarra) who eagerly wait, make hard and try to fool for their teachers.

Cynthia's School of Overacting

Wally Bayola plays the role of an overly confident and arrogant gay acting coach Cynthia with Vicky (played by Valeen Montenegro). Cynthia mocks and criticizes his students who are actually seasoned and award-winning actresses. He teaches them his acting technique which can be described as "overacting". Actresses who have guested in this segment include Maricel Soriano, Jaclyn Jose, Cherie Gil, Celia Rodriguez and Nora Aunor.

Kantaserye Presents

Kantaserye is the show's take on a "musical play". The actors, who are also singers, after delivering their lines, will sing songs that are related to the scene. They usually sing popular OPM songs. A voice-over, who is likened with the voice of "Big Brother" serves as the narrator. The first feature story starring Jose, Wally, Jerald and Julie Anne is entitled "Sari-Sari Luv". Noteworthy actors who have guested in this segment include Christopher De Leon and singer Regine Velasquez-Alcasid.

Madramarama Presents

The skit follows the pattern of a typical Filipino "telenovela" or serial drama wherein the story is cut into several weekly episodes. Besides having a convoluted dramatic plot and unexpected twists, it is still injected with comedic acts, jokes and punchlines. It is currently hosted by Tita Melanie (parody of 24 Oras anchor and Magpakailanman host Mel Tiangco) portrayed by Pekto. Each week, the episode will end with a question and the audience will have a stake on what would happen next by voting via the show's social media account. The first feature story is entitled "Ano ang Ano? Kanino?" (What is What? Whose?) which is about the twisted fate of twins, Ella and Lala, played by Ai-Ai and Marian. The other featured story is Adarna, which tells the adventures of a superheroine (played by Marian).

Yayey, The Inday Diaries

Yayey, played by Ai-Ai delas Alas, is a maid capable of sowing discord with her words, usually in her bosses.

Pinoy Supermole

A skit featuring a typical supermarket, slow and full of useless promos and dull salesclerks.

Bilibid or Not

About a group of interns in a prison, based on New Bilibid Prison. Wally plays a parody of General Bato dela Rosa as guest.

Boys Room

A skit featuring Alden Richards, Jak Roberto, Ruru Madrid, Kim Last, Ken Alfonso and Andre Paras. About a group of boys living in a dormitory.

Girls Room

A spin-off of Boys Room featuring Barbie Forteza, Julie Anne San Jose, Valeen Montenegro, Lovely Abella, Bianca Umali, Taki Saito and Ryzza Mae Dizon.

Mga Kuwento ni Lola Basher

A parody of Mga Kuwento ni Lola Basyang, where an elder lady tells her two grandchildren a story.

Kainan sa Papaitan

A skit about Pining (portrayed by Marian Rivera) along with her sister Charing (portrayed by Ai-ai delas Alas) owns a restaurant and videoke barthat serves Papaitan. Among them is Olar (Andre Paras), Mumay (Ryzza Mae Dizon), Lando (Pekto), Don Gorio (Atak). The segment's running gag is when someone utters a punchline which is similar to the title of the song then the videoke machine automatically starts in which Lando sings. Then Pining would stop their videoke machine while Lando is still singing.

My Little Susie

Mr. Yosh (Alden Richards) and Susie (Ryzza Mae Dizon) travel back to different historical events to retrieve various family memorabilias with the help of a little key that is under Susie's possession, hence the skit's main title.

Mang Jose (Tatay ni Jackylyn)

A fantasy-adventure skit in which the punned title was based on Parokya ni Edgar's 2004 hit single (Mang Jose) and character actress Jaclyn Jose.

Looong Table

A comedic soap-opera where the dysfunctional stereotyped characters converged in a long table where they thresh out all the conflicts in their lives. The conflicts are often culled from elements of traditional Filipino soap operas.

The Resbakers

A skit about famous Filipino folklore characters Florante (Miguel Tanfelix) and Laura (Bianca Umali), Juan Tamad (Ruru Madrid), Bernardo Carpio (Andre Paras), Romeo (Kim Last), Ibong Adarna (Julie Anne San Jose) and Maria Makiling (Taki Saito) who were sent to the present world. There, they need to live like those living in the present with the help of Ina (Barbie Forteza).

Yez Hotel/Resort
How to Bae You

Variety segments[edit]

  • Chef Boy Next Door

The show also offers a "cooking segment" featuring the heartthrob and the half of the phenomenal love tandem AlDub, Alden Richards. In this segment, Alden goes under the moniker "Chef Boy-Next-Door" who is assisted by Rico Fabio played by Jerald . The segment starts with a dance number from Chef Boy, after which he will teach and demo simple recipes to the live audience. Once the food is cooked, Rico will pick someone from the audience to taste the food Chef Boy prepared. The lucky audience will also get a chance to spin a wheel that will determine which part of Chef Boy's body she will get to kiss. On the recent episode, the wheel was modified wherein instead of body parts, it now contains special prizes like chocolate, pillow, teddy bear, rose, photo with Chef's authograph and Alden's studio albums Alden Richards and Wish I May.

  • DJ Bae

On this sketch of a radio show of Kilig 143.4, Alden plays the role of DJ Bae, a disk jockey who gives advice to its listeners who calls on the show. Serving as his side kick is Jerald who plays the role of "Papa Pete". Likened to most radio shows nowadays, DJ Bae and Papa Pete throw funny punchlines and practical advice on various topics, including love.

  • Battle Rap

DJ Bae and Papa Pete as emcees, multiple rap and hiphop artists, including ones from FlipTop Battle League and other rap leagues are guested.

Reality segments[edit]

  • Baelagtasan
  • Clash of Kalans

Game segments[edit]

  • Kanta Ririt

Aside from comedy skits, the show also features a fun and exciting game segment dubbed as "Kanta Ririt". Jose and Marian serve as the game masters. Two teams, composed of celebrity guests, will compete in a charades-like guessing game of song titles. Team members will take turns to sing a set of songs, but they must not sing the lyrics instead replace it with strange and funny sounds like a dog's bark or a cat's meow. The team with the most number of song titles guessed after two minutes wins the game and brings home a trophy.

  • Box Sing
  • Sayawit
  • Wika Rambulan

A skit that involves decrypting words from the words that have the same sound.

  • A Friend Please with Donald Trumpet

Skit that involves President Donald Trumpet (parody of President Donald Trump)

  • Charade of Stars
  • GuesSing Along

Promo segments[edit]

  • Ms. Blanca

Segment about the promo of Kopiko Blanca coffee. Headed by Marian Rivera-Dantes.

  • Kapuso Milyonaryo

GMA's promo in which Alden Richards was segmented.

Talk segments[edit]

  • Star Buzz

A parody of the defunct talk shows, Startalk and rival network ABS-CBN's The Buzz. Ai Ai delas Alas plays herself while Barbie Forteza and Wally Bayola portrays as Kissy Anino and Boy Amunda respectively (parody versions of Kris Aquino and Boy Abunda). Rodney Juterte, parody of Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte (played by Jose Manalo), is regular guest in this segment, in which he always bashes Kissy for being too talkative.

  • Show Na ni Dugong: Ang Pa-Concert ng Pangulo

Based on the US late-night talk shows hosted by President Rodney "Dugong" Juterte.

  • Pwede Magpasaway with Kissy

Kissy Anino's (playd by Barbie Forteza) own segment.

  • Marsie

Parody of GMA News TV's evening talk show Mars. Joey Paras and Mike "Pekto" Nacua portrays as Charms and Chuchie (parody versions of Camille Prats and Suzi Entrata-Abrera).

  • The Peck-Teck Show

Other segments[edit]

  • Dos Lolos

Skit in which 2 old men talk with their special guests, with comedic effect.

  • Hoy Shopping

Skit that parodies shopping networks. A parody of O Shopping

  • Kopi Talk
  • Madam Aura
  • Men in Bar

Skit that involves men loitering in a bar.

  • Mister Gymboy
  • Pepeng Astigidig
  • Salon Fair Well
  • Tren-ding
  • Ai Heart Japan
  • That's My Talent
  • OJT
  • Front desk

Former[edit]

  • Bongga si Dai

The story is about Inday or Lady Dai (played by Ai-Ai), who became rich after winning lottery. She has an ambitious and social climber maid named Phoebe (played by Joey) who speaks with British accent. Each episode, Phoebe teaches Lady Dai different lessons on how to become a real socialite. Characters in this skit also cross over the Kantaserye segment Sari-Sari Luv, ended when Lady Dai marries her real love, alongside when the Kantaserye series titled Sari-Sari Luv ended.

  • Palarong FUNbansa

In this world-theme game segment, Ai-Ai serves as the host, 2 teams composed of celebrity guests challenges in any parlor games.

  • MagkasuDong AwaYan - Segment intended for the real-life married couple Dingdong Dantes and Marian Rivera-Dantes.
  • Operation Tagpi-Tagpi
  • Damay Lamay
  • Summer Bikini Close Open
  • Lil' Big Superstar
  • Bulaklak ng Baranggay 2016
  • Sagala sa Gala
  • SPS News
  • May Tatlong Bibe
  • Wedding Tama Wedding Mali
  • Millennials
  • Bubungan Lab Stories
  • Kwela sa Eskwela
  • This is Dad Day
  • Office Be With You
  • Hate Kitang Ka-Date
  • SHOWNA
  • Awrahan ng Wika - One-time skit during Buwan ng Wika.
  • Starstrucked Pinoysuperstars
  • Awdisyon Project: D' Body Guard
  • Drunken Love
  • Totoo Ba?
  • Yez Hotel
  • Bitter Sweet
  • Maling Akala
  • Taguang Tagpuan
  • Train Tubusan - One skit that is set on a train station which has a pawnshop.
  • Call Center Aged
  • Hula-Scope
  • 12 Sundays of Christmas - Segment which makes 12 dreams come true.
  • Hermano Po
  • Miss Intergalactic 2017
  • Pusuhan Mo: Nagmahal, Nasaktan, Nanood ng Sine
  • PROMiSorry
  • Trip to Jerusalem
  • Easter Egg Hunt
  • Mighty Yayo
  • Encanteena
  • Sunday Pinaanak
  • Impostor
  • Barrio PinaSaya
  • Carnival PinaSaya
  • My Love from the Rooftop - a parody of a Korean romantic drama series My Love from the Star.
  • D' Notebook: Ang Kuwaderno ng Himig at Pag-Ibig
  • Mighty Ya & Yo - a sequel to Mighty Yayo.
  • Despacito
  • Joke Lang: Ang Party na Puno ng Surprises
  • I Do, I Die: My Ex-Boyfriend's Wedding
  • Balikbayan Bex: The Uncanny Reunion
  • Captain Barbie
  • Itanong Kay Dugong

A question and answer portion in which Martin Paandar (parody of Presidential Communications Secretary Martin Andanar), played by Alden acts as a moderator. Rodney Juterte answers question from either phone-in or live audience. One guest is Ronald dela Rosa.

  • Ambush 101: Over Naman Ni Nanay
  • Long Table: Meet the Family
  • Poda na 'To
  • Iyaking: Ang Hari ng Drama
  • Baby Shark Musical
  • IyakQueen: Ang Reyna ng Drama
  • CaringDeria - Ang Kainang May Hugot

The story is about a hot-headed and impatient Aling Goreng (played by Joey Paras) that owns a carinderia flocked about by townsfolk in competition with Melody's eatery, which the former's owner's got her blood pressure spiking up and wreaking upon the eatery.

  • Judge MD

Marian Rivera, plays the role of Judge MD, who goes between two parties to resolve bizarre and petty conflicts. Rivera sits on the judge's seat, but unlike the typical courtroom setting, the defendant and plaintiff, portrayed by celebrity guests, face each other in two witness stands. Also part of the skit are Valeen as court clerk and Jose as police officer. As a parody in the common dialogue of judges - "Order in the court", which is used to demand silence in the courtroom, a waiter (played by Jerald), will come out from the backroom to take the judge's food order. The segment ended on hiatus when Marian temporarily leaves the show for her maternal leave. Judge MD returns on the day Marian's comeback on TV after months of her maternity leave.

  • The Fashionistas

Jose, Wally and Jerald, after walking in the catwalk wearing high-fashion and usually eccentric outfits, sing original compositions that talks about specific themes and issues based on human experiences.

  • Ikaw Ang Puso ng Saya

A segment that the hosts and performers of the show gives an award to the one of the audience in the studio.

  • I-Share Ang Puso ng Pasko

Ratings[edit]

According to AGB Nielsen Philippines' Mega Manila household television ratings, the pilot episode of Sunday PinaSaya earned a 22.7% rating.[2]

Accolades[edit]

Trinity University of Asia Platinum Stallion Media Awards
  • 2016: Best Entertainment Program[3]
PEP List Awards
  • 2016: Comedy Show of the Year [4]
PMPC Star Awards for Television
  • 2016-2018: Best Variety Show
OFW Gawad Parangal
  • 2016: Best Variety Show

References[edit]

  1. ^ GMA New Media, Inc. "Sunday PinaSaya: Ngayong August 9 na". Retrieved 11 January 2016.
  2. ^ Ching, Mark Angelo (August 17, 2015). "AGB Nielsen Mega Manila Ratings (August 9-12, 2015): On The Wings of Love defeats rival; AlDub near-meeting pushes Eat Bulaga rating to more than four times the rating of It's Showtime". Retrieved March 14, 2018.
  3. ^ Acar, Aedrianne (27 January 2016). "GMA Network Inc wins big at the Platinum Stallion Awards". GMANetwork.com. GMA Network, Inc. Retrieved 24 February 2016.
  4. ^ http://www.pep.ph/news/63654/the-pep-list-year-3-editors-choice-aldub-kathniel-jadine-nominated-for-tv-stars-of-the-year

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