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Everybody, Sing!

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Everybody, Sing!
EverybodySingLogo.png
GenreGame show[1]
Created byABS-CBN Entertainment
Developed byABS-CBN Entertainment
Written by
  • Alvin Quizon
  • Francisco Miguel Nicanor
  • Bernice Bautista
Directed by
  • Jon Moll
  • Joane Laygo
Presented byVice Ganda
Theme music composerKiko Salazar[2][3]
Opening theme"Everybody, Sing!" by Vice Ganda
Country of originPhilippines
Original languages
  • Filipino (primary)
  • English (secondary)
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes36 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producers
ProducerMarcus P. Vinuya
Production locations
CinematographyRiuben A. Ramilo
Editors
  • Jerdumz Dumadag
  • Paul John Reyes
Camera setupMultiple-camera setup
Running time90 minutes (including commercials)[4][5]
Production companyABS-CBN Entertainment
DistributorABS-CBN Entertainment
Release
Original networkKapamilya Channel[a][b]
Picture format1080i (HDTV)
(downscaled to letterboxed 480i for the SDTV feed)
Original releaseJune 5 (2021-06-05) –
October 10, 2021 (2021-10-10)[6]
Chronology
Preceded by
External links
Website

Everybody, Sing! is a Philippine musical game show[1][10] created, developed, produced and distributed by ABS-CBN Entertainment.[10] The Philippine game show aired from June 5 to October 10, 2021[1][6][11] on Kapamilya Channel and A2Z,[12][13] replacing the third season of Your Face Sounds Familiar.[14][a] The game show is hosted by Vice Ganda.[12][13][15] The game show features several community groups, which consists of 25 individuals each,[c] where they are asked to complete a line of a song in order for them to receive cash prizes, and a chance to share a winning jackpot of 500,000.[11][17][18][15]

The production of the game show originally started in early-2020, and was set to premiere on March 15, 2020 on ABS-CBN, replacing Gandang Gabi, Vice![7][19][20] however, Vice Ganda, the host for the said game show, revealed in Piling Lucky, a segment of It's Showtime, that the production of the game show is postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines, and that the premiere of the game show on March 15 is cancelled.[8][21] Reruns of Gandang Gabi, Vice! temporarily filled in the network's programming until the network's shutdown on May 5, 2020, due to the cease-and-desist order by the National Telecommunications Commission, after the network's legislative franchise have lapsed.[22][23]

The game show is also available in global subscription television network, The Filipino Channel, and in online-streaming platforms, Kapamilya Online Live and iWantTFC.[1][13][15]

On September 25, 2021, the 100 Songbayanan special aired for 3 consecutive weeks. The shows were taped before the pandemic and the ABS-CBN shutdown and legislative franchise denial. The original concept of the game was 10 Rounds. Each lyrics costs PHP10,000. And in the final round, the Songbayanan will predict 10 song titles. PHP100,000 per correct song and when 10 songs are guessed, they will take home PHP2,000,000.

Gameplay

Before the show was pre-empted, there can be 100 individuals in a community group, and a community group can win as much as 2,000,000, to be shared by everyone.[16] Due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines and ABS-CBN's franchise renewal controversy, numerous changes were implemented.

A community group consisting of 25 individuals (usually with ages ranging from 18-59), dubbed as the "Songbayanan," will be divided equally into five rows,[c] whose each row is referred to as "SingKo" (transl. I sing, lit.'five'). Each round, one row will be chosen by the "ChooSera" to play a particular game (includes "The ChooSing One, "Sing In The Blank," "ReverSing," "PicSing a Broken Song," "EngliSing ang Lyrics," "TagaliSing", and "LipSing"). Each game has a different set of mechanics; however, they have the same goal, each contestant has two guesses to complete a line of a song, they will receive 1,000 for each correct guess, and the community group gets an additional 2-4 seconds to the Jackpot round's timer, the more correct guesses, the more chances of winning the Jackpot prize. The community group will then get to participate in the Jackpot round ("Everybody GuesSing"), wherein the community group will be naming each song that is being played. If they name all 10 songs, they can share the winning jackpot of 500,000.[17][18][24]

The ChooSing One

(25 Players) The resident band will start playing the song. From time to time, the "SingKo" player will be given 2 choices that can be used to complete a line of the song, one is correct while the other is incorrect. They must choose the correct option to complete the line of the song in order to receive 1,000, and an additional 2 seconds to the Jackpot round's timer. If failed to choose the correct option, the line will be skipped, and the next "SingKo" player will have to guess the next line. This will continue until each "SingKo" player have used their 2 guesses.[25]

Sing In The Blank

(25 Players) The resident band will start playing the song. From time to time, the "SingKo" player must complete the line of the song in order to receive 1,000, and an additional 2 seconds to the Jackpot round's timer. If failed to complete the line of the song, the line will be skipped, and the next "SingKo" player will have to guess the next line. This will continue until each "SingKo" player have used their 2 guesses.[26]

ReverSing

(25 Players) The resident band will start playing the song. From time to time, the "SingKo" player must guess the two missing lyrics of the line of the song. The band will be singing the missing lyrics in reverse as a clue. The "SingKo" player must complete the line of the song in order to receive 1,000, and an additional 4 seconds to the Jackpot round's timer. If failed to complete the line of the song, the line will be skipped, and the next "SingKo" player will have to guess the next line. This will continue until each "SingKo" player have used their 2 guesses.[27]

PicSing a Broken Song

(25 Players) The resident band will start playing the song. From time to time, the "SingKo" player will be given picture clues that describes the missing lyric of the song. The "SingKo" player must complete the line of the song in order to receive 1,000, and an additional 2 seconds to the Jackpot round's timer. If failed to complete the line of the song, the line will be forbidden, and the next "SingKo" player will have to guess the next line. This will continue until each "SingKo" player have used their 2 guesses.[26]

EngliSing ang Lyrics

(25 Players) The resident band will start playing the song. From time to time, the "SingKo" player must guess the missing lyric of the line of the song. The band will be singing the missing lyrics in Tagalog as a clue. The "SingKo" player must complete the line of the song in order to receive 1,000, and an additional 2 seconds to the Jackpot round's timer. If failed to complete the line of the song, the line will be skipped, and the next "SingKo" player will have to guess the next line. This will continue until each "SingKo" player have used their 2 guesses.[28]

TagaliSing

(25 Players) First introduced in the game show's 7th episode, this is the opposite of the game show's "EngliSing ang Lyrics" segment. From time to time, the "SingKo" player must guess the missing lyric of the line of the song. The band will be singing the missing lyrics in English as a clue. The "SingKo" player must complete the line of the song in order to receive 1,000, and an additional 2 seconds to the Jackpot round's timer. If failed to complete the song, the line will be skipped, and the next "SingKo" player will have to guess the next line. This will continue until each "SingKo" player have used their 2 guesses.[29]

LipSing

(25 Players) First introduced in the game show's 15th episode as a counterpart to "ReverSing". From time to time, the "SingKo" player will be given a video of a lip speaking without sounds that describes two missing lyrics of the song. The "SingKo" player must complete the line of the song in order to receive 1,000, and an additional 4 seconds to the Jackpot round's timer. If failed to complete the line of the song, the line will be skipped, and the next "SingKo" player will have to guess the next line. This will continue until each "SingKo" player have used their 2 guesses.

Everybody GuesSing

25 Massage Therapists (pictured) during the Everybody, GuesSing segment of Everybody, Sing!
25 Massage Therapists (pictured) during the Everybody, GuesSing segment of Everybody, Sing!

(25 Players) The "Songbayanan" will get to participate in the Jackpot round, which they will name the songs that will play in the background. The community group can now use the Jackpot seconds that they have saved during the 5 preliminary rounds. Each contestant has only one guess, if used, they can no longer press the buzzer. The community group will listen to the song playing in the background. To answer, they can press their individual buzzers, and 5,000 will be rewarded to the community group for each correct guess. The timer will start once the band starts playing the song, and the timer will temporarily stop once one contestant of the "Songbayanan" pressed the buzzer to name the song. The community group must name all 10 songs in order to share the Jackpot prize of 500,000. If there are remaining time left, they can go ahead and guess the remaining unnamed songs on the board.[30]

(100 Players) Starting September 25, the 100 Songbayanan will be aired and the original concept of the game will be watched during these episodes. Each correct answer that can be guessed is worth PHP100,000. And when all 10 songs is guessed correctly, they will take home PHP2,000,000.

Host
Resident band
  • Six Part Invention
    • Kaye Malana Cantong (Lead Vocalist)
    • Rey Cantong (Lead Vocalist and Guitars)
    • Tag Cantong (Drummer and Percussionist)
    • Andy Dela Cruz (Bass)
  • Elha Nympha (Guest Vocalist, Perya Performers Episode)
  • Jason Dy (Guest Vocalist, Perya Performers Episode)
Dancers
  • Vanessa Yap
  • Jewel Andrei Baldeo
  • Ciara Denise Cabayao
  • Ruth Paga
  • Dominique Mailloux
  • Angelica Madayag
  • Angela Brimner
  • Angelica Brimner
  • Chemylin Mae Magsino
  • Nikka Brillantes

Development and production

The Philippine game show was first revealed in early-2020 as an upcoming show, that was supposed to air in the same year as part of ABS-CBN original programming.[31] It was also later revealed that the game show is set to premiere on March 15, 2020 on ABS-CBN, replacing Vice Ganda's late-night comedy talk show Gandang Gabi, Vice!;[7][20] however, on March 13, 2020, Vice Ganda announced in Piling Lucky, a segment of It's Showtime, that the production of the game show is postponed, in addition to that, the game show's pilot episode on March 15, 2020 is cancelled due to safety and health concerns brought by the COVID-19 pandemic.[8][21]

Kapamilya, due to the ongoing public health issue brought by the COVID-19 pandemic, Everybody, Sing! ... the new show that I will be hosting this Sunday ... we are reaching out that the premiere of the pilot episode of Everybody, Sing! is temporarily postponed this Sunday, on March 15 ... until the situation caused by COVID-19 has not calmed down.

— Vice Ganda, announcing the postponement of his upcoming game show on It's Showtime[8]

Promotion

Before the game show was pre-empted, Vice Ganda revealed in the final episode of Gandang Gabi, Vice! on March 8, 2020, that his late-night comedy talk show will now be replaced with his game show, Everybody Sing.[32] On May 30, 2021, Vice Ganda appeared as a celebrity guest in the final episode of the third season of Your Face Sounds Familiar to promote his game show, that will replace the singing and impersonation competition.[14]

Episodes

Reception

During the pilot episode of the game show on June 5, 2021, the episode received an 1.8% rating from AGB Nielsen Philippines,[33][34] and the hashtag #EverybodySing became the top trending hashtag in Twitter nationwide.[34] LionhearTV, an entertainment news website, wrote "ABS-CBN's new singing game show [Everybody Sing] is a blast of fun, excitement, and inspiration, as it unites Filipino communities and working groups from every walk of life." They also added, "There has been a bunch of game shows with similar formats, but this one differs in its unique motive to unite community groups, and by highlighting the undying ‘Bayanihan’ spirit."[35]

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2021 Asian Academy Creative Awards Best Entertainment Program Host Vice Ganda Nominated [36][37]
Best Music/Dance Program Everybody, Sing! Nominated
Venice TV Awards Light Entertainment Everybody, Sing! Nominated [38]

See also

Footnotes

  1. ^ a b c The game show originally planned to replace Gandang Gabi, Vice! and was set to start airing on March 15, 2020 on ABS-CBN;[7] however, the game show was pre-empted due to the implementation of the community quarantine and threats of COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines,[8][9] and the network's shutdown after the cease-and-desist order of the National Telecommunications Commission on May 5, 2020.
  2. ^ The game show is also broadcast simulcast through a block-time agreement with A2Z.
  3. ^ a b Previously, before the game show was pre-empted, the number of individuals who can compete in a community group was 100.[16] It was then lowered to 25[13] due to the COVID-19 restrictions and guidelines.

References

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  2. ^ ABS-CBN Entertainment (2020-05-09). "Everybody, Sing! Theme Song Lyric Video". YouTube (in Tagalog). Retrieved 2021-05-29.
  3. ^ "Everybody Sing - Credits". Tidal. Retrieved 2021-05-29.
  4. ^ "Everybody, Sing!". IMDb. Retrieved 2021-06-26.
  5. ^ "Schedules - ABS-CBN Entertainment". ABS-CBN Entertainment. Retrieved 2021-06-26.
  6. ^ a b ABS-CBN Entertainment (2021-05-28). "6 iconic Kapamilya game shows we enjoyed". ABS-CBN Entertainment. Retrieved 2021-05-29.
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  9. ^ Severo, Jan Milo (2020-03-10). "Vice Ganda retires 'Gandang Gabi Vice' to give way to new show". The Philippine Star. Retrieved 2021-05-30.
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  18. ^ a b ABS-CBN Entertainment (2021-06-02). "LOOK: Vice Ganda's Official Pictorial Photos for Everybody Sing". ABS-CBN Entertainment. Retrieved 2021-06-02.
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  20. ^ a b "Gandang Gabi Vice sisibakin na". Abante Tonite. 2020-02-03. Archived from the original on 2020-02-09. Retrieved 2020-03-18.
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  22. ^ ABS-CBN News (2020-05-05). "TV Patrol (5 May 2020) - ABS-CBN signing off". YouTube. Retrieved 2021-06-02.
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  28. ^ ABS-CBN Entertainment (2021-06-05). "Everybody Sing (3/5) - June 5, 2021". YouTube (in Tagalog). Retrieved 2021-06-06.
  29. ^ ABS-CBN Entertainment (2021-06-26). "Kapamilya Online Live - June 26, 2021". YouTube (in Tagalog). Retrieved 2021-06-26.
  30. ^ ABS-CBN Entertainment (2021-06-05). "Everybody Sing (5/5) - June 5, 2021". YouTube (in Tagalog). Retrieved 2021-06-06.
  31. ^ ABS-CBN Entertainment (2020-01-13). "Bagong Dekada: ABS-CBN 2020 New Upcoming Shows and Movies Trailer". YouTube (in Tagalog). Retrieved 2021-06-02.
  32. ^ ABS-CBN Entertainment (2020-03-09). "Vice Ganda caps off the show with a heartwarming message". YouTube (in Tagalog). Retrieved 2021-06-02.
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  38. ^ ABS-CBN News (2021-09-29). "3 ABS-CBN programs get nods in Venice TV Award 2021". ABS-CBN News. Retrieved 2021-09-30.

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