Harman Patil

The Price Is Right (Philippine game shows)

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Created by  Bob Stewart
First episode date  14 February 2011
Program creator  Bob Stewart
Genre  Game show
Country of origin  Philippines
Final episode date  13 August 2011
Director  Bobet Vidanes (ABS-CBN)
Directed by  Bobbet Vidanes (ABS-CBN)
Starring  Dawn Zulueta (ABC) Kris Aquino (ABS-CBN)
Narrated by  Jeff Utanes (ABC) (2001-2002) Michael Knight (ABC) (2002) Marc Logan (ABS-CBN) (2011) Richard Hardin (ABS-CBN) (2011) Richard Herrera (ABS-CBN) (2011)
Opening theme  "The Price Is Right" by Edd Kalehoff
Nominations  PMPC Star Awards for TV Best Game Show Host
Similar  Green Rose, Gising Pilipinas, SNN: Showbiz News Ng, Magic Palayok, Urban Zone

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There are two versions of The Price Is Right in the Philippines, aired on two networks. The first version aired every Sunday on ABC (now TV5) and was hosted by Dawn Zulueta, with voice over provided off screen by Jeff Utanes from 2001 to 2002 (later Michael Knight in 2002). The second version, hosted by Kris Aquino on ABS-CBN, premiered on February 14, 2011. Voice over is provided by "Rich," composed of the identically-named The Amazing Race Asia 4 winners Richard Hardin and Richard Herrera; at one point, due to a prior commitment by the Richards, ABS-CBN reporter Marc Logan, known for his tongue-in-cheek reporting and comedic voice overs, filled in for the duo.


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The two versions are nearly identical to the template set by the original US series (i.e. One Bid, pricing games, two Showcase Showdowns, and a Showcase round) with some exceptions. Both versions also use models of both genders, as the hosts of the two versions are female.

The ABC version featured six contestants, three competing in each of the two Showcase Showdowns. The winners of each Showcase Showdown competed in the Showcase portion. Initially, the Australian format (1981 onwards) was used, involving the alternate guessing of the price of the showcase and the winner rearranging the Showcase items in correct order from cheapest to the most expensive. The more familiar American format was used later in the ABC version's run. This version aired only on Sundays.

The ABS-CBN version initially involved only four contestants, two competing in each of the two Showcase Showdowns. The winners of those two Showdowns then competed in a third, one-spin-only Showdown to determine who competed in the Showcase round. This round used the British/European format, involving the choice of a range (between ₱10,000 and 50,000) and bidding on one Showcase to be within the chosen range without going over the actual price.

Later, the show involved only three contestants competing in one Showdown to determine who played in the Showcase round. In addition, each contestant was partnered with two other players who won money if the main contestant won a pricing game. Initially airing on weekdays, it was moved to Saturdays due to its low ratings.

ABC version

  • Any Number
  • Balance Game
  • Cliff Hangers
  • Clock Game
  • Cover Up
  • Danger Price
  • Double Prices
  • Easy as 123
  • Hi Lo
  • Hole In One
  • Joker
  • Money Game
  • Most Expensive
  • One Right Price
  • Pick-A-Pair
  • Plinko
  • Push Over
  • Secret X
  • Shell Game
  • Squeeze Play
  • ABS-CBN version

  • Double Prices
  • Easy as 1 2 3
  • Five Price Tags
  • Golden Road
  • Hi Lo
  • Hole In One
  • It's In the Bag
  • Let 'Em Roll
  • One Right Price
  • One Wrong Price
  • Punch-A-Bunch
  • Race Game
  • Secret X
  • Take Two
  • References

    The Price Is Right (Philippine game shows) Wikipedia

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