Take Me Out (Philippine game show)

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Take Me Out
TakeMeOutPhilippines.jpg
Created by FremantleMedia France
Directed by Rico Gutierrez
Starring Jay R Sillona
Gladys Guevarra (Occasional)
Janna Dominguez (Occasional)
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Filipino, Tagalog, English
No. of seasons 1
Production
Executive producer(s) Wilma Galvante
Running time 30-45 minutes
Release
Original network GMA Network
Original release April 26 – July 2, 2010
Chronology
Preceded by Family Feud
Followed by Hole in the Wall
External links
Website

Take Me Out! is a television dating game show hosted by Jay-R (with occasional co-hosts Gladys Guevarra and Janna Dominguez). The show is based on the Australian game show Taken Out created by FremantleMedia France.

It premiered on April 26, 2010 on GMA Network and is currently shown twice a day until ended on July 2, 2010.[1]

The show is also renewed for another season.[2]

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The single guy needs to impress thirty single ladies through a series of videos or interviews about him. Each woman has a light which she can turn off if she is unimpressed by the single man. The man's aim is to convince as many women as possible to keep their lights on so that he can then pick, from the women remaining, the one that he wishes to take on a date. If no lights are left on, then the man must leave the show without a date. At the end of the game, the guy may choose a date from the women who leave their lights on.

The format also adopted the changes made by the Indonesian version. One of which features a celebrity trying to get a date, entitled Take A Celebrity Out. Some of the celebrities who participated are Victor Aliwalas, Arthur Solinap, and Luis Alandy.[3] The other features a woman trying to impress the thirty single guys, entitled Take Him Out. Some of the celebrities who participated are Aicelle Santos, Gretchen Espina and Chariz Solomon.[4]

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