All-original comedy game show ‘Game of the Gens’ to air Sunday nights

Starting this Valentine’s Day, and every Sunday night thereafter, audiences from all generations can enjoy GMA News TV’s all-original comedy game show called ‘Game of the Gens’ (GOTG), hosted by Sef Cadayona and Andre Paras, with The Miss Tres (Mariko, Crissy, and Mariel from ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ top act).

In each episode, two teams battle it out as the show combines singing, dancing and answering playing trivia-based games. The teams will be composed of paired players from various generations — from Baby Boomers to Gen X to Gen Z to Millenials. The stage is set for the three rounds of games: Tough Pick, Match Better, and List Mo Na ‘Yan! with all-around topics including trends, music, and entertainment from all generations. P300,000 is at stake for whichever team will win the jackpot!

This February 14, for its pilot episodes, the game will be Kapuso Primetime Princess Barbie Forteza, together with her dad Antonio “Tony” Forteza, versus Kapuso Action Drama Prince Ruru Madrid and veteran actress Ms. Snooky Serna. 

Directed by Rico Gutierrez, ‘Game of the Gens’ will air every Sunday night (7:45 PM) on GMA News TV. Viewers from other countries can enjoy this new show through GMA Life TV starting February 17.

Who’s the great pretender? ‘Catch Me Out Philippines’ premieres Feb 6 on GMA

Saturday nights are bound to be more exciting as a new reality talent competition premieres on GMA Network’s primetime block. Catch Me Out Philippines, a popular original format from the United Kingdom, has been franchised by the local network as it promises to give Pinoy flavor to this one-of-a-kind game show.

Starting February 6, Catch Me Out Philippines airs at 7:15 PM on Sabado Star Power sa Gabi. It is hosted by no other than the beloved veteran comedian Jose Manalo, who has previously been one of the judges of the latest season of StarStruck (which aired on weekend nights as well). Kakai Bautista and Derrick Monasterio also join the show as Celebrity Spotters. They will go along with ten Celebrity Catchers every episode whose task is to catch who among the performers is the true amateur.

Catch Me Out PH is the first Asian franchise of the British format. Every week, the show follows two amateur contestans who will each perform alongside three professionals. Prior to their performance on stage, the amateurs have already gone through weeks of intensive practice and training. Their goal is to trick the audience, along with the Celebrity Catchers, that they are the actual experts among their respective groups. The impostor who is able to get the most votes from the audience wins 100,000 pesos in cash for being the great pretender of the episode.

Directed by Rico Gutierrez, Catch Me Out PH is set to surprise audiences with spectacular performances and let everyone guess who is the amateur. The show also airs abroad through GMA Pinoy TV starting February 7.