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Sunday All Stars

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Also known as  'SAS'
Created by  GMA Entertainment TV
Country of origin  Philippines
Final episode date  2 August 2015
Number of episodes  107 (final)
Genre  Musical variety show
Directed by  Rommel Gacho
First episode date  16 June 2013
Network  GMA Network
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Starring  Regine Velasquez-Alcasid Jaya Ramsey Janno Gibbs Ogie Alcasid
Program creator  GMA Entertainment Television Group
Cast  Alden Richards, Jennylyn Mercado, Aljur Abrenica, Rachelle Ann Go, Kris Bernal
Similar  Party Pilipinas, Once Upon a Kiss, The Half Sisters, Startalk, More Than Words
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Sunday All Stars was a Sunday Philippine afternoon musical variety show broadcast by GMA Network, which premiered on June 16, 2013 and aired live every Sunday afternoon. The program was also broadcast internationally through GMA Network's GMA Pinoy TV. Sunday All Stars served as the successor of former Sunday variety show Party Pilipinas the final episode of the show was on August 2, 2015 after 2 years of running and has been replaced by Sunday PinaSaya.

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History

Sunday All Stars replaced Party Pilipinas, which was put off-air by the network management due to issues involving its production teams. After the pilot episode on June 16, 2013, Jolina Magdangal passed the role as a leader of Ligang i-Like due to her doctor's health advice. Magdangal together with the production team of the said show decided to take Kris Bernal as a substitute leader of the aforementioned team for 2 weeks until Magdangal's recovery.

More changes were established on the second episode where they introduced a segment named "Kalerki-Oke" wherein 5% of each week's team performance result will be coming from. Moreover, it became one of the most talked about episode of the show wherein a guy did his wedding proposal to his girlfriend live on stage towards the end of Tropang Trending's performance.

After a month, the show announced the second set of leaders for each group namely Glaiza de Castro for Insta Gang, Ligang iLike's new leader will be Louise de los Reyes, Tropang Trending will be under Mark Herras and Julie Anne San Jose will lead Tweet Hearts.

In July 2013, main host Ogie Alcasid left the show as his contract with GMA Network expired on June 30, 2013 and subsequently, in August 2013 Alcasid transferred to TV5. Various Kapuso artists took over his place in the show as guests judges while Jolina Magdangal came back to the show as one of the hosts. In August 2013, Kyla joined the show as part of Team Insta Gang and Rodjun Cruz also became a show regular. In 2014, Jolina Magdangal left GMA to return to ABS-CBN after twelve years including singers Jay-R and Kyla, which didn't renew their GMA contracts and moved to ABS-CBN. Actress Empress Schuck left ABS-CBN after eight years, and returned to GMA and is a new addition to Sunday All Stars. Another main host, Janno Gibbs, left GMA after being a Kapuso artist for over three decades, moving to TV5 to join his colleague and former SAS main host Ogie Alcasid.

Format

Every Sunday, four celebrity teams headed by four celebrity leaders will battle for showdown with their production numbers. The judges will then access their performances determining who gave the best production per week. Criteria for judging includes conceptualization, execution and entertainment value. Home viewers are given a chance to choose who their best team is via online and SMS voting. Voting starts from 12:00 PM of Monday up to the shows airing on Sundays at 1:45 PM. The remaining points will come from the show's segment "Kalerki-Oke" which is done live.

The combined scores are divided into the following: 65% comes from the judges, 20% comes from the SMS votes, 10% comes from the online votes, and the remaining 5% comes from the "Kalerki-Oke" segment. The winner of the week's show will have the privilege to open the show on next week's episode.

On April 26, 2014, GMA Management decide to reformat the program which the usual competition was replaced by a musical variety show as homage to their timeslot predecessor Party Pilipinas. It also lost its prime 12 nn timeslot to accommodate GMA's movie block "Kapuso Movie Festival". As a result, the show started 2 pm, still considered as a prime time slot in the afternoons but majority of the TV industry insiders call it a "dead time slot" for a variety show.

New Segments

After the battle between 4 teams and a segment "Kalerki-Oke". SAS replaced them with new segments like, "SAS Prime" where three Kapuso celebrities perform their very own world class talents. "Lip sing-it" , where every Sunday two teams headed by Betong and Sef Cadayona will lip sync a song of their choice. The winner will be chosen by means of the audience cheer. On its last 3 episodes leading to its cancellation, SAS focused more on singing and dancing.

Cancellation

On August 2, 2015, after almost four decades of broadcasting musical variety shows on its Sunday noontime block, the network has decided to change trends. GMA Network entered into co-production with APT Entertainment, a subsidiary of TAPE, Inc., to broadcast the comedy variety show Sunday PinaSaya which is hosted by Marian Rivera, Ai-Ai Delas Alas, Jose Manalo and Wally Bayola, among others. It occupied the 12nn to 2pm timeslot and is followed by another (then) blocktimed show Wowowin, which is produced by WBR Entertainment Productions, Inc. owned by game show host himself, Willie Revillame.

Interestingly enough, on its last episode, the cast of "Sunday All Stars" did not openly promote Wowowin or its replacement show Sunday PinaSaya, instead they presented a live comedy skit as its final production number, indicating that a comedy variety show is taking its place.

Final cast

Host
Co-hosts and Performers
Featuring
  • Addlib
  • Philippine Island Assassin
  • SexBomb Girls
  • Junior New System
  • Former cast members

  • Bela Padilla (2014; returned to ABS-CBN)
  • Enzo Pineda (2013-2016; now on ABS-CBN)
  • Gian Magdangal (2013; returned/moved to ABS-CBN)
  • Jonalyn Viray (2016; now on ABS-CBN)
  • Jaya (2013-2016; now on ABS-CBN)
  • Jay-R (2013-2014; now on ABS-CBN)
  • Isabelle Daza (2013-2014; moved on ABS-CBN)
  • Polo Ravales (2013-2016; now on ABS-CBN)
  • Elmo Magalona (2013-2015; now on ABS-CBN)
  • Jolina Magdangal (2013-2014; returned to ABS-CBN)
  • Kyla (2013-2015; now on ABS-CBN)
  • Ogie Alcasid (2013; now on TV5 and returned to ABS-CBN)
  • Steven Silva (2013-2014 ; now on TV5)
  • Yassi Pressman (2013-2014; freelance artist)
  • Sarah Lahbati (2014-2015; now on ABS-CBN)
  • Sam Pinto (2013-2015; returned to ABS-CBN)
  • Mayton Eugenio (2013-2016; moved to ABS-CBN)
  • Results

    Team colors

    Cycle 1

    Notes

    Standout Awards

    Winners are listed first and highlighted in bold.

    Season 2

  • Standout performer - Mark Bautista (Ligang iLike)
  • Standout team - Tweet Hearts
  • Season 3

  • Standout performer -Christian Bautista (Tropang Trending)
  • Standout team - Insta Gang
  • Season 4

  • Standout performer -Rita de Guzman (Insta Gang)
  • Standout team - Insta Gang
  • Season 5

  • Standout performer -Kris Lawrence (Ligang iLike)
  • Standout team - Ligang iLike
  • Guests

  • Marian Rivera - promoting My Lady Boss
  • Angelika dela Cruz, Sunshine Dizon, Lauren Young, Gabby Eigenmann - promoting the premiere week of Mundo Mo'y Akin
  • Dennis Trillo, Tom Rodriguez - promoting the premiere week of My Husband's Lover
  • Joyce Ching, Krystal Reyes, Yasmien Kurdi - promoting the finale week of Anna KareNina
  • Lucho Ayala - promoting the premiere week of Kahit Nasaan Ka Man
  • Raymart Santiago, Roxanne Guinoo, Jillian Ward - promoting the premiere week of Home Sweet Home
  • Lee Jung-jin - promoting the Instant Mommy
  • Isabel Oli, Katrina Halili, Alessandra De Rossi, Sid Lucero, Dominic Roco - promoting the premiere week of Magkano Ba ang Pag-ibig?
  • Bianca King, Rafael Rosell, Dion Ignacio - promoting the premiere week of Maghihintay Pa Rin
  • Shane Filan - former lead vocalist of Westlife promoting his single "Everything to Me"
  • Hideaki Torio, Arkin del Rosario - German Moreno birthday tribute performance
  • Rhian Ramos, TJ Trinidad, Lauren Young, Lorna Tolentino - promoting the premiere week of Genesis
  • LJ Reyes, Renz Fernandez - promoting the premiere week of Prinsesa ng Buhay Ko
  • Megan Young, Lauren Young - interview about Young's Miss World 2013 victory
  • Dennis Trillo, Tom Rodriguez - promoting their album TomDen
  • Renz Valerio, Bianca Umali, Hershey Garcia, Miko, Zarsadias - promoting the finale week of Mga Basang Sisiw
  • Tim Yap - promoting the season 3 premiere of The Tim Yap Show
  • Chynna Ortaleza, Benjamin Alves, Geoff Eigenmann, Mikael Daez - promoting Adarna
  • Regine Velasquez-Alcasid - promoting her latest album Hulog Ka Ng Langit
  • Elmo Magalona - promoting Villa Quintana
  • Joyce Ching, Phytos Ramirez - promoting Paraiso Ko'y Ikaw
  • Yasmien Kurdi - promoting the premiere week of Rhodora X
  • Marian Rivera, Agot Isidro, Raymond Bagatsing, Jennica Garcia, Roi Vinzon, RJ Padilla, Krystal Reyes - promoting the premiere week of Carmela
  • Luis Alandy, Gwen Zamora and Jackie Rice - promoting the premiere week of Innamorata
  • Mike Tan - promoting the premiere week of Kambal Sirena
  • Judges

  • Joey De Leon
  • Pops Fernandez
  • Kuh Ledesma
  • Jaclyn Jose
  • Marian Rivera
  • German Moreno
  • Lorna Tolentino
  • Tom Rodriguez
  • Dingdong Dantes
  • Jose Manalo
  • Maricel Soriano
  • References

    Sunday All Stars Wikipedia


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