Wowowin GMA Pinoy TV Show

This is the main national news broadcast network GMA. Philippine Night National News Broadcast. The company was founded in 2004 and is one of the most popular news programs in the country. This program broadcasts at 6:30 pm on weekdays and will broadcast simultaneously with GMA Pinoy TV.

Wowowin GMA Pinoy TV Show

This program marks Willie Revilam’s return to Philippine television and return to her original GMA network at the lunch break of the 1980s, when she met her best friend Randy Santiago. Wowowin is produced by WBR Entertainment Productions, Inc. Revillame and friend Randy Santiago, who act as violators for the GMA network, are the original trainers of the program. Best friend Riley, Lito Kamo, music director Albert Tamayo and director Josh Fernandez.

Wowowin GMA Pinoy TV Show

Wowowin proved to be a strong competitor in the weekend class, and had plenty of time, and at the end of 2015 joined WBR Entertainment and the GMA co-production network. Another milestone was in February 2016, when Wowowinbeing was upgraded from the GMA network to Telebabad, which reached 24 Oras, the leading nightly news network.The program provided a two-week break from 2 to 13 May to create a place to rest GMA News Eleksyon 2016 and Willy. Before returning there was a teaser in which it said that it will return with a new large studio, a larger product. On May 16, 2016, a new deputy director, Ariel Arida, appeared with the new show. On September 12, 2016, the show released a new song from the Philippines that began on September 13, 2016, including new songs such as “Zumbahan Na” and “Sige Sige Sumayaw”.Amal Rosarosa, who took part in Wanden by July 2017, when this division was completed in March 2017, was a smart, fun and energetic finalist in the Gandhi Philippines.The show started a new track like 1-2-3 Go, Supot or Dating, The Will to Win, Dap Dap Dance Challenge, Dear Wilfredo.Local GMA stations in Iloilo, Bacolod, Cebu, Dagupan, Ilokos and Mindanao cannot broadcast for 30-50 minutes due to the GMA region. Local television news are leaving the portion of Willie and Pera O Kahon from Monday to Wednesday. And Putukan Na! And Hep Hep Hurray! (From Tuesday to Thursday)

Main host

  • Willie Revillame (since 2015)
  • Co-hosts
  • Sugar Mercado (since 2017)
  • Halimatu Yushawu (since 2018)
  • Kim Idol (since 2018)
  • Petite (since 2018)
  • Le Chazz (since 2018)

Wowowin Dancers

  • Lyca Makino (2015; 2016–2017; since 2018)
  • Kayeann “Marikit” Picache (2016; 2017; since 2018)
  • Melanie Grace Umali (since 2016)
  • Jovil Clerigo (2016–2017; since 2018)
  • Glory Mae Camu (since 2016)
  • Alex Manla (since 2017)
  • Kat Bueno (since 2017)
  • Princess Gregorio (since 2017)
  • Chinkee “Chubbylicious” Brice (since 2018)
  • Sandy “Liwayway” Tolentino (since 2018)
  • Lhia De Guzman (since 2018)
  • Joy Basa (since 2018)
  • Mae Heruela (since 2018)
  • Aika Herñandez (since 2018)
  • Former Wowowin Dancers
  • Karen Ortua (2015)
  • April “Congratulations” Gustillo (2015)
  • Samantha Flores (2015)
  • Yvette Corral (2015)
  • Monique “Pak” Natada (2015)
  • Chiastine Faye Perez (2015)
  • Bea Marie Holmes (2015; 2016)
  • Samantha Page (2015; 2016)
  • Lalaine “Habibi” Haddad (2015; 2016)
  • Karen Vicente (2015; 2016)
  • Ley Lopez (2015; 2016)
  • Honey Nicerio (2015; 2016)
  • Sharlyn Dizon (2016)
  • Zandra Faye Gonzalez (2016)
  • Patricia Reyes (2016)
  • Jho Ann Sotelo (2016)
  • Kristine Joy Paras (2016)
  • Kay Shivaun (2016)
  • Mabelle Rico (2016)
  • Princess “Upnek” Lerio (2016)
  • Clarisse Mae Chua (2016–2017)
  • Ynna Marie Bayot (2016–2017)
  • Tezza Santos (2016–2017)
  • Burn Sanchez (2016–2018)
  • Jules Cruz (2016; 2017)
  • Janine “Shin” Pasciolco (2016-2018)
  • Geneva “Baby Gene” Reyes (2016-2018)
  • Ann Duque (2016; 2017)
  • Jaye Anne Balangue (2017–2018)
  • Grace Buenconsejo (2017)
  • Nikkie Millares (2017)
  • Jovie “Baby Girl” Bautista (2017–2018)
  • Mabelle “Dedeng” Portez (2017)
  • Angel Gavilan (2017)
  • Jannah Dazo (2017)
  • Fey Dela Peña (2017–2018)
  • Yannah Hernandez (2018)
  • Yam Masangkay (2018)

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