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100% Entertainment

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Country of origin  Taiwan
Location(s)  Taipei, Taiwan
Network  Gala Television
Presented by  Show Luo, Linda Chien
No. of episodes  (list of episodes)
First episode date  5 May 1997
Genre  Variety show
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Also known as  娛樂百分百Yú Lè Bǎi Fèn Bǎi
Original language(s)  Mandarin, Taiwanese Hokkien
Executive producer(s)  Zhu Zhi Jie (祝志傑) (1997-2012)Chen Meng Yue (陳盟岳)(2012-present)
Languages  Standard Mandarin, Taiwanese
Cast  Show Luo, Linda Chien, Alien Huang, Rainie Yang
Similar  Variety show, Queen, Lady Commander, University, Kangsi Coming

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100% Entertainment (Chinese: 娛樂百分百; pinyin: Yú Lè Bǎi Fèn Bǎi) is a Taiwanese daily entertainment news/variety show broadcast on Gala Television (GTV Variety Show/CH 28) (Chinese: 八大綜合台). It is broadcast from Monday to Sunday from 18:00 to 19:00 and repeats at 01:00, 06:00 and 10:00. It is currently hosted by Show Luo, Alien Huang and Linda Jian (Sister Butterfly). There is usually one or two days in a week (Tuesdays and/or Wednesdays, the days when recordings for other pre-recorded episodes actually takes place) that it is broadcast live from the recording studio, on entertainment news, sometimes with guests in attendance; the other days are pre-recorded variety specials and Sundays are repeats or other shows. There are no airings of the show on January 1.


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Monday to Friday

  • First batch - 5 May 1997: Cai Rong Zu (蔡榮祖)
  • Second batch - 13 October 1997:He Du Lin: (何篤霖)
  • Third batch - 16 March 1998:Da S and Xiao S
  • 2000: Da S and Xiao S on leave for one month - Blackie and Ah Ya (阿雅) filled in as replacements
  • Fourth batch: August 2003:Da S, Xiao S, Blackie (and Show Luo as locum)
  • Fifth batch - 2005:Da S, Xiao S, Show Luo (and Alien Huang as locum)
  • September 2005: Xiao S on maternity leave
  • November 2005: Da S resigned
  • 17 November 2005: Alien Huang filled in as replacement whilst Xiao S on maternity leave
  • April 2006: Xiao S came back from maternity leave but resigned in August 2006
  • Sixth batch - 17 September 2006: Show Luo, Alien Huang (and Butterfly Sister (蝴蝶姐姐) as locum)
  • Seventh batch - Show Luo, Alien Huang and Linda Jian (better known as Butterfly Sister) (蝴蝶姐姐)
  • February 2011: Sister Butterfly becomes the official host and no longer a replacement.
  • Eighth batch - 12 November 2012: Show Luo, Alien Huang and Linda Jian (better known as Butterfly Sister), with 威廉@ Lollipop F and Owodog @ Lollipop F as locum during Show & Alien's extended leave for their respective concert tours.
  • February 2013: Owodog and William become the official host and no longer are replacements
  • Ninth batch - 7 April 2015: Show Luo, Alien Huang and Linda Jian, with 威廉@ Lollipop F. (and Shanny Tu (better known as Arnold), Awayne @ Lollipop F and Mini Cai as locum)
  • Owodog did not extend his contract, and reverted to being a locum.
  • Alien takes indefinite leave of at least 2 years as a host on 6 December 2015 to concentrate as a singer and actor, will return as a guest.
  • Saturday and Sunday

  • First batch - November 2000:Blackie and Ah Ya (阿雅)
  • Second batch - 8 November 2000:Blackie and Show Luo
  • Third batch - 12 June 2002:Blackie, Show Luo and Makiyo (川島茉樹代)
  • Fourth batch: Xiao Xian (小嫻) and Hong Qi De (洪其德)
  • There are no more weekend hosts after the fourth batch, the Saturdays shows are pre-recorded, Sunday shows is a re-run of a previously pre-recorded episode.

    List of episodes by year

  • List of 100% Entertainment episodes (2004 to 2007)
  • List of 100% Entertainment episodes (2008)
  • List of 100% Entertainment episodes (2009)
  • List of 100% Entertainment episodes (2010)
  • Time of broadcast

  • Taiwan - GTV Variety Show/CH 28: Everyday; 18:00 to 19:00 (repeats: 01:00, 06:00 and 10:00)
  • Singapore - MediaCorp Channel U - Monday to Friday; 17:00 to 18:00 (repeat: 02:30) (stopped in 2012).
  • References

    100% Entertainment Wikipedia