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Party Pilipinas
Format Musical variety show
Created by GMA Entertainment TV Group
Developed by GMA Entertainment TV Group
Starring see Party Pilipinas Hosts and Co-hosts
Country of origin Philippines
Executive producer(s) Wilma Galvante
Camera setup multicamera setup
Running time 3 hours
Original channel GMA Network
Picture format 480i SDTV
Original run March 28, 2010 – present
Preceded by SOP
External links
Official website

Party Pilipinas (Party Philippines) is an upcoming Philippine noontime music/variety show aired by GMA Network. The show airs from 11:45 am-3pm on Sundays. The show is broadcast from Studio 4 at the GMA Network Studios. The show replaced the long-running, SOP.[1][2] It's said to have better performances and have all of GMA Network's talents to air on the show.



Party Pilipinas is now going to be an "all-party and all-positive vibes" show, according to the Corporate Communications Department of GMA-7 and the show's new production manager, Ruth Mariñas. Mariñas takes over the post of Ramel David, who in turn replaced Hazel Abonita. Director Louie Ignacio will now have a co-director and creative manager, Paul Basinillo, a seasoned music video director who helmed some projects for Sarah Geronimo and other young singers. Four musical directors will alternate every week, two of whom will be Raul Mitra and Danny Tan. Geleen Eugenio will hand over the choreography to her son Miggy, but she will become the chief adviser of the new choreographers coming from different school organizations, which will be given the chance to show off their dancing skills.[3][4]

Main Cast

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