Country of origin
First episode date
20 April 1997
Bert De Leon
No. of episodes
Final episode date
24 June 2001
M-Zet Productions and GMA Network
Vic Sotto Rosanna Roces Ai-Ai delas Alas Imee Marcos and Others
GMA Network, M-Zet Productions
PMPC Star Awards for TV Best Comedy Actress
Vic Sotto, Ai‑Ai delas Alas, Rosanna Roces, Joey de Leon
Daddy Di Do Du, SST: Salo‑Salo Together, Si Tsong - Si Tsang, Hay - Bahay!, My Darling Aswang
1 For 3 was a Filipino weekly situational comedy show sitcom produced by GMA Network and M-Zet Productions. It was directed by Bert De Leon.
1 For 3 was first aired on April 20, 1997. The sitcom featured Vic Sotto as Gene, a high school teacher who won a lottery ticket to own a house in an exclusive subdivision. The problem is, he has to share the house he won with two other co-winners in the lottery, nurse Marilen (Charlene Gonzales) and gym instructor Susie (Rosanna Roces). Left with no other choice, the reluctant new trio has to live together under one roof and deal with the house's landlady, Mrs. Mondragon (Nanette Inventor), who thinks that her tenants have a threesome relationship.
The show changed one of their characters when Marilen's actress, Charlene Gonzales, moved to ABS-CBN for Keep on Dancing a dance show. The series had Marilen work abroad forcing the remaining tenants to find new housemates to share their expenses. Among the characters introduced in the series were Yugie (Lorna Tolentino), a clumsy self-proclaimed yoga instructor, Tambulite (Ai ai delas Alas), and three nurses (Mickey Ferriols, Imee Marcos and Pops Fernandez).
The show went on its last episode in June 24, 2001. It was replaced by another M-ZET produced sitcom Daddy Di Do Du also starring Vic Sotto.