ABS-CBN: IDOL Philippines

kyupaybkyupayb Objective Threadstarter ✭✭✭
edited October 2018 in Showbiz - TV
From ABC 5 (now TV5)'s Philippine Idol to GMA Network' s Pinoy Idol, is it true that ABS-CBN will push through with the 3rd season of the Idol franchise in the Philippines with no less than the new Kapamilya Regine Velasquez-Alcasid as host? 
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  • kyupaybkyupayb Objective Threadstarter ✭✭✭

    Regine, host ng ‘Philippine Idol’ sa Dos

    October 16, 2018
     
    Regine Velasquez

    May hashtag na #RVAonABSCBN at #TheSongbirdIsNowAKapamilya ang contract signing ni Regine Velasquez sa ABS-CBN today.

    Sa contract signing, malalaman kung ilang years ang kontrata ni Regine sa Kapamilya Network at kasama na sigurong ilalatag ang shows na gagawin niya sa ABS-CBN.

    Malalaman din natin kung tama ang tsikang isa sa mga show na gagawin ni Regine sa ABS-CBN ay ang Philippine Idol.

    Si Regine raw ang host ng singing competition na kung hindi kami nagkakamali, sa TV5 unang umere locally.

    Samantala, nagpasalamat si Regine sa supporters niya kahit lumipat siya ng network. Sa Twitter niya idinaan ang pasasalamat.

    Aniya, “Para sa lahat ng sumusuporta sa akin maraming maraming salamat sa pagtatanggol n’yo sakin naging kasama ko kayo sa lahat ng pinagdaanan ko. Sana ’wag kayong magsawa. Love you guys thank you again.”

  • robert_nestarobert_nesta Come As You Are Volleyball Vanguard
    At least bago naman

    And tignan natin kung pano ieexecute ng 2 ang Idol after 5 and 7
  • docetrecedocetrece Member ✭✭✭
    Idol Philippines ang title ng 3rd Idol franchise sa Pilipinas. Paki-palitan ang title. Hehe.
  • eycharboieycharboi Smile lang lagi :) ✭✭✭✭
    Nakakaexcite naman to! NAgulat ako kanina habang pinalabas ang teaser nito during TV Patrol.  Hoping na Sarah G will also be part of the judging panel. Most likely Luis Manzano will be the host for this show. Any tentative date sa pilot episode?
  • quasar74quasar74 Universe! ✭✭
    "Philippine Idol" sounds the best pero hindi na pwedeng gamitin. "Filipino Idol" kaya?

    The official full title of the show is actually "Search for the Idol Philippines".
  • kyupaybkyupayb Objective Threadstarter ✭✭✭
    Filipino Idol nalang!!!! 
  • kyupaybkyupayb Objective Threadstarter ✭✭✭

    Regine Velasquez, tatlo agad ang regular shows sa ABS-CBN

    by PEP Troika posted on October 17, 2018

        

    JERRY OLEA: Tatlo agad ang shows ni Regine sa ABS-CBN.

    Una, ASAP, kung saan excited siyang makasama si Sarah Geronimo at iba pang Kapamilya singers na hindi niya nakakatrabaho.

    Ikalawa, weekly sitcom na musical kasama sina Ogie Alcasid at Ian Veneracion.

    At ikatlo, magdya-judge siya sa Idol Philippines upang ibahagi sa mga baguhang singers ang kanyang mga karanasan at natutunan sa industriya.

    Kakantahin niya ang theme song ng teleseryeng The General’s Daughter, kung saan bida si Angel Locsin. Komposisyon iyon ni Ogie Alcasid at gandang-ganda si Songbird.

    Siyempre, magge-guest siya sa Gandang Gabi, Vice.

    Guest pa lang si Regine sa ASAP in Sydney (Australia), kung saan may mga sorpresa sa kanya.

    Bahagi rin siya ng Christmas station ID ng Kapamilya Network.

    OK rin sa kanya na mag-guest sa FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano.

    NOEL FERRER: Bago pa man humarap sa press si Regine, kumalat na ang release na ang unang magiging programa niya bilang Kapamilya ay ang Idol Philippines.

    Isa siya sa magiging judges sa Philippine franchise na ito ng reality show na American Idol.


    Welcome back sa Kapamilya fold, Songbird, na nanggaling sa Triple Treat at Teen Pan Alley noon pang '90s.

    All the best on your journey!

    JERRY OLEA: Kanina pa pinapatugtog ang mga awit ni Regine sa labas ng Dolphy Theater.

    Bago ang mediacon, may nagba-violin ng songs ni Regine, na super-lakas ang tili ng 200 fans ni Regine.

    May live coverage sa TV Patrol ang mediacon.

    “Welcome to an original Kapamilya!” sabi ng moderator na si Eric John Salut.

    “Kanina, after the 3:00 PM signing ni Regine, nag-pitch ang iba’t ibang Kapamilya platform ng mga project na pagpipilian niya.

    “Bukas, she will fly to Sydney para sa paglabas niya sa ASAP!”

    GORGY RULA: Pang-weekend din daw itong Idol Philippines?

    Itatapat kaya ito sa Studio 7 na kasisimula lang nung Linggo, October 14.

    Ang ganda nga ng rating nito na nakakuha ng 12.2 percent sa AGB NUTAM. 10.4 percent ang nakuha ng katapat na The Kids' Choice.

    NOEL FERRER: Bakit Idol Philippines at hindi The Voice ulit?

    Marahil dahil may kumplikasyon ang side ng Artist Management na sa MCA Universal napupunta ang talents dahil yun ang agreement sa foreign franchise ng The Voice, like in the case of Darren Espanto and other The Voice talents.

    Now, with Idol Philippines, it’s ABS-CBN na...


    Read more at https://www.pep.ph/pepalerts/pep-troika/23528/ano-ang-unang-regular-show-ni-regine-velasquez-sa-abs-cbn#w7kz6oPTodMqm6DX.99
  • quasar74quasar74 Universe! ✭✭
    I hope ABS-CBN will adopt the classic format of American Idol. They can tweak the Audtions by having it in their Soundstage or in different venues around the country with audience instead of the usual room auditions. Sana magpalabas din sila ng joke contestants. Lol.. Favorite ko ang Live Shows with Top 12 tapos weekly eliminations one-by-one until the head-to-head Top 2 Finale.
  • kyupaybkyupayb Objective Threadstarter ✭✭✭
    Parang Mas may dating ang 

    FILIPINO IDOL
  • robert_nestarobert_nesta Come As You Are Volleyball Vanguard
    Kaya pala walang exposure sila Mitoy, Jason Dy and all others.

    Kinuha ng 2 yung mga hindi nanalo.
  • robert_nestarobert_nesta Come As You Are Volleyball Vanguard
    Oks din na ibang singing competition ang ibigay kay Regine kasi identified na kay Leah at Sarah ang The Voice.

    Parang balik 2000 tayo, may nostalgia na dala ang Idol pero shempre lalagyan nila ng bagong flavor yan.
  • robert_nestarobert_nesta Come As You Are Volleyball Vanguard
    Sana after Season 3 ng Tawag ng Tanghalan, stop na sila. Isip ulit ng bagong flagship contest ang It's Showtime.
  • kyupaybkyupayb Objective Threadstarter ✭✭✭
    Please change the show title to FILIPINO IDOL.... Ampangit ng dating ng Idol Philippines.. 
  • kyupaybkyupayb Objective Threadstarter ✭✭✭

    Tweet Scoop: Regine Velasquez Alcasid's Full Schedule at ABS-CBN Includes Three Major Projects and Singing for 'The General's Daughter' and Kapamilya Christmas ID


    Images courtesy of Twitter: mjfelipe
  • kyupaybkyupayb Objective Threadstarter ✭✭✭

    Remembering “Philippine Idol”

    by Bong Godinez posted on August 21, 2008

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    Philippine Idol debuted on July 30, 2006 and was receivedenthusiastically by the Filipino viewers. The show garnered an impressiverating of 7.7 percent during its pilot episode. The reality singing-searchshow, which had its final run on December 10 of the same year severed ties withABC-5 and was acquired by GMA-7, which altered its name to Pinoy Idol.


    Talent-search shows are not a novelty on Philippine television. In the1960s there was Tawag ng Tanghalanand, in the ‘80s, Ang Bagong Kampeon,among others. From the ‘90s to the new millennium, Pinoys gained easy access toforeign shows via cable TV and were exposed to the phenomenal boob-tube trendcalled reality-based programs or reality television.

    A reality program covers a wide range of formats such as quiz-games and hidden-cameravoyeurism. These productions feature ordinary individuals instead ofprofessional actors who're driven by scripts and storylines.

    Although talent-search shows have long been a worldwide TV staple, the buddingpopularity of reality shows gave the genre a more appealing edge—unknown andaspiring amateur singers auditioning to get in—that perfectly fits the idea ofa reality show.

    One program that gained worldwide popularity was the Simon Fullerbrainchild American Idol that had itssixth season last year. The program aimsto discover talented, untapped singing talents. What made the show uniquelyappealing from the start has been the presence of three judges openly dishingout nice-to-cutting criticisms of the contestants' performances.

    American Idol's success triggered other countries, includingthe Philippines,to obtain a franchise of the show.

    LOCAL FLAVOR. The Philippines became the 35thcountry to obtain a franchise of the popular show. Acquiring the rights in 2006was Tonyboy Cojuangco's Associated Broadcasting Company or ABC-5.

    Ryan Agoncillo was hired by the local producers as the show's host. Sittingas judges were legendary Filipino songwriter Ryan Cayabyab, Asia'sQueen of Songs Pilita Corrales, and rapper-songwriter-producer FrancisMagalona. Young actress Heart Evangelista hosted a segment to continuously updateviewers on the latest happenings about the contestants.

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    ABC-5 was reportedly inspired to adapt the singing-search show afterFilipino-American Jasmine Trias bagged third place in the 2004 edition of American Idol.

    Philippine Idol was officially launched on July 30, 2006 andreportedly garnered an impressive viewership rating of 7.7 percent.

    The show's 12 contestants were Stef Lazaro, Drae Ybanez, Reymond Sajor,Jeli Mateo, Arms Cruz, Apple Chiu, Ken Dingle, Pow Chavez, Miguel Mendoza, JanNieto, Gian Magdangal, and eventual champion Mau Marcelo, who bagged thecoveted distinction as the first ever Philippine Idol.

    MIXED REVIEWS. AmericanIdol built up such areputation for high standards that itcould not be ignored. Avid viewersof AI were eager to see how the localversion would be able to measure up.

    For one, the American version was notorious for those in-your-facecomments courtesy of volatile judge, Simon Cowell. Given the Filipinos' traitof being polite in delivering criticisms, the audience witnessed cuttingremarks by the judges.

    Ryan Cayabyab was very vocal in expressing his frustration over some youngaspirants' desire to enter the competition simply because they viewed the showas a ticket to fame, more than a venue to truly showcase their passion forsinging. The highly esteemed songsmith also lambasted the show's voting process,citing the fact that true talent oftentimes was overshadowed by popularitybased on the contestant's physical attributes.

    Despite the opinion raised by some entertainment scribes saying that Philippine Idol lacked gloss as comparedto American Idol, the talents shownby the contestants were more than enough to get the nod of most viewers.

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    Philippine Idol had its final airing on December 10 with theshow's three remaining contestants—Jan Nieto, Gian Magdangal, and Mau Marcelo—lockedin a tight battle for the coveted crown. The grand finale was held at theAraneta Coliseum on December 9 and 10, 2006.

    FINDING A NEW HOME. After its first season, word flew that asecond season was already in the works and that ABC-5 was just ironing out thedetails. Many were surprised, however, to learn that the show would be moving toGMA-7 instead of staying put.

    Significantly, GMA-7 had steadily strengthened its professionalrelationship with Fremantle Media, which owns the Idol franchise, as proven by network's acquisition of Celebrity Duets and Are You Smarter Than A 5thGrader? (retitled Kakasa Ka Ba SaGrade 5?)

    The formal announcement of the transfer was made public on September 16,2007, with the Kapuso Network altering the show's name to Pinoy Idol. Fremantle Media executives reportedly chose GMA-7 sincethey believed that the network had more experience and capability to mount anambitious reality-based talent search. . Understandably, ABC-5 executives werehurt when they learned that the new show would not acknowledge the first seasonof Philippine Idol since it wastotally overhauled, starting from the name.

    RYAN LOOKS BACK. Last August 1, during the press conference ofRyan's soon to be aired ABS-CBN reality show Pinoy Fear Factor, he politely stayed clear of giving any comment on Pinoy Idol.

    Ryan was asked for his reaction regarding some people's observation thatthe Philippine Idol they previouslydid was much better compared to its 2nd season shown on GMA-7.

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    "Ako ganito, Philippine Idol ismy baby, e. I gave birth to that show [and] it's not right for us to comment onhow people take Pinoy Idol now. Sigurothe most I can say is that the same respect that people gave us when we weredoing our own version of Philippine Idol,I would give the creators of Pinoy Idolthe same respect siguro. Hindi tamang mag-comment ako I'll keep my thoughts tomy self pero may pagmamahal ako para sa show na ‘yon," explained Ryan.

    Pinoy Idol had its final episode last August 17 at the SMX Convention Centerof the SM Mall of Asia in PasayC


    Read more at https://www.pep.ph/lifestyle/16821/remembering-philippine-idol#tCClpS1dyR4Wy1uK.99
  • kyupaybkyupayb Objective Threadstarter ✭✭✭
    edited October 2018

    Season 1  (2006)
    PHILIPPINE IDOL (ABC 5)






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    Champion: Mau Marcelo
    Season 2 (2008)
    PINOY IDOL (GMA Network) 

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    Champion: Gretchen Espina

    Season 3 (2019)
    IDOL PHILIPPINES (ABS-CBN) 



  • kyupaybkyupayb Objective Threadstarter ✭✭✭

    Search for the Idol Philippines Teaser: Soon on ABS-CBN!

    ABS-CBN.com October 17, 2018 08:28 PM


  • kyupaybkyupayb Objective Threadstarter ✭✭✭

    Regine Velasquez to take seat as Search for the Idol Philippines judge

    Kaye Ricarte October 17, 2018 08:30 PM

    Asia’s Songbird Regine Velasquez-Alcasid flies home to ABS-CBN after almost two decades of being with the rival network. The music icon is known for her repertoire of hit singles and amazing vocal technique, with several platinum-selling albums and music awards to her name. Her legacy has inspired many artists of today, spearheading a generation of singers and artists that make up the Philippine music industry.
     

    On October 17, 2018, Regine officially signs with ABS-CBN, making her an official Kapamilya.
     


    Regine rose to fame in the mid 80s upon her win in prestigious competitions such as "Ang Bagong Kampeon" in 1984 and the 1989 Asia-Pacific Song Contest, where she represented the Philippines—earning her the title “Asia’s Songbird.” After signing a contract with Polygram Records in 1994, she became a known artist in the Southeast Asian region, with “In Love with You” from her album Listen Without Prejudice becoming her most successful single in the 1990s. Its music video was also awarded Video of the Decade by MTV Asia. Afterwards, the songbird continued to soar higher and higher, garnering hit singles and numerous awards for her records.
     

    This year, Regine reaches another milestone as she sets foot in the Kapamilya Network once more. Upon her signing, many of her supporters and fans welcomed the legendary artist with a red-carpet event, moving the artist to tears at the warm and thrilling reception. Apart from being reunited with her husband and Kapamilya talent, Ogie Alcasid, people are simply dying to know what the network has in store for her.
     

    It’s revealed that Regine will be setting foot on the world-class stage of ASAP every Sunday. The Songbird will have a weekly sitcom with Ogie—making everyone excited to see the couple star together in a show. But the icing on the cake goes to her participation in the upcoming reality singing competition, Search for the Idol Philippines. 

  • kyupaybkyupayb Objective Threadstarter ✭✭✭
    What happened to former winners Mau Marcelo and Gretchen Espina? Nawala na sila sa limelight. Sayang ang Idol franchise. Sana the winner this time in ABS-CBN will make it big. 

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