How did ‘All-Out Sundays’ pilot episode fare in the ratings game?

All-Out Sundays, GMA-7’s new Sunday noontime show, aired its pilot episode yesterday, January 5, 2020.

The episode kicked off with a dance number from Alden Richards and Julie Anne San Jose.

Alden and Julie then performed a medley of upbeat songs along with other Kapuso stars during the opening number.

The other frontliners of this new comedy-variety show are Aicelle Santos, Christian Bautista, Mark Bautista, Glaiza de Castro, Gabbi Garcia, Derrick Monasterio, Kyline Alcantara, Ken Chan, and Rita Daniela.

The hosts then performed the theme song of All-Out Sundays, which replaced APT’s Sunday Pinasaya.

Rayver Cruz entertained the crowd when he suddenly rapped in one portion of the theme song. His line went: “Good vibes only, oh yes oh yes! new Sunday barkada, isama mo pa ang lahat, pati buong pamilya!”

Julie Anne also rapped in this portion: “Panalo kami kaya panalo kayo! Altogether now, buong Pilipinas, iisa ang sigaw: All-Out Sunday!”

The pilot episode also marked the launch of a new all-girl group called FTW: Four The Win. This group is composed of The Clash graduates Golden Cañedo, Thea Astley, Antonette Tismo, and Jeniffer Maravilla.

Glaiza, Aicelle, Kakai Bautista, Paolo Contis, Betong, Super Tekla, Boobay, Lexi Gonzales, and Kim De Leon showed their comedic chops in the “Tapsikret” segment.


How did GMA-7’s new Sunday noontime show, All-Out Sundays, fare in the TV ratings game?

According to ratings provider Nielsen Philippines, All-Out Sundays got a TV rating of 6.1%.

ASAP Natin ‘To, its rival program on ABS-CBN, registered a TV rating of 5.7%.

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