Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Absolute Play's new single Someday captured the hearts of many listeners and received great reactions from Social Media. The song is a smooth-sailing pop rock with a touch of melody. The song emphasize a person who has a feeling to another person but he can't confess it!

After their pop rock song Little Miss Homewrecker which garnered hundreds of thousands of likes in the social media, this relatively new singing trio already ruled the rock airwaves with their new single Someday.

Well, the music video of the trio is now available in YouTube. You may check it now!

Absolute Play got a huge following in college campuses! There, their fanbase expanded.

Absolute Play is a trio composed of a beautiful girl and two heartthrob and matinee idol looks boys. Yes, they were all young that's why they easily captivated the attention of many teenagers! (www.tvseriescraze.com)

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Sunday, March 15, 2015

For the first time Coco Martin and Toni Gonzaga team up in the upcoming Star Cinema Movie. This is "You're My Boss." 

In the movie, Coco plays the bodyguard and driver of Toni.

Toni posted the official movie poster of their movie in her instagram account.  Above is the said movie poster.

The movie is a romance-comedy which is  also a summer offering of Star Cinema showing on theaters this April 2015.(www.tvseriescraze.com)

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After the stunning success of The Voice Kids (TVK) Season 1 and The Voice franchise as a whole, it isn’t surprising that ABS-CBN is already laying the groundwork for the next batch of talented young singers in the country.

The reality singing competition is open to children between ages 7 to 13. Each kid shall prepare two to four songs in the audition. No need to bring tapes – the songs will be sung in a capella to better gauge the singing talent of the participants.
Auditions will be done in different Starmall branches, as per schedule:

March 15 – Starmall Alabang, 9 to 5 PM

March 15 – Starmall San Jose Del Monte, 9 to 5 PM

March 21 – Starmall EDSA-SHAW, 9 to 5 PM

March 25 – Starmall Las Piñas, 9 to 5 PM

March 29 – Starmall Prima Taguig, 9 to 5 PM

April 9 – Starmall Talisay

The above dates are preliminary auditions, inviting talented young kids to put their best foot forward and get noticed. From there, the ABS-CBN reality show judges will be weeding out contestants and picking the best of the best for their team. No doubt, the audition is just part one of the long, gruelling – yet highly rewarding process of being the next grand champion of the The Voice Kids.

The Voice Kids Season 1’s winner, Lyca Gairanod, won a recording contract with one of the best in the industry today, her career currently enjoying a fast rise with MCA Universal. 

Along with that, she and her family are now enjoying their new home in Camella Tierra Nevada. Camella, the biggest homebuilder in the country, was one of the major sponsors of the show.
Additional prizes of Lyca include 1 million cash prize, a trust fund, home appliance and music showcases, and many more.

Even months after the airing of the TVK season 1, Lyca, and the other top contestants, namely, Darren Espanto, Juan Karlos Labajo and Darlene Vibares, continues to make waves and creates their own mark in the local entertainment industry, a testament to the high publicity the show has garnered. 
According to Kantar Media, TVK Season 1 was the most-watched show nationwide in 2014, garnering an average rating of 34.5%. 

Last season’s show was hosted by Luiz Manzano and Alex Gonzaga, and the second season promises the same setup. The team of judges in Season 1: Sarah Geronimo, Lea Salonga, and Bamboo Mañalac may also be part of this successful show’s second season.

During its three-month run (May to July 2014), The Voice Kids dominated social media with the top contestants trending in social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. More of the same are expected for Season 2 as judges embark on blind auditions and coach their picks to become better singers and performers in general.

The Voice Kids is based on a Dutch reality TV Show running under the same name. The Philippine reboot of the show will start airing soon after auditions. Stay updated for further TVK audition schedules. (www.tvseriescraze.com)

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Tuesday, March 10, 2015

 The Megastar has come home.

Sharon Cuneta was formally announced as one of the jury members of “Your Face Sounds Familiar,” ABS-CBN’s newest variety show and the Megastar’s latest TV project.

For the first time in her career, the Megastar will sit in a jury to critique the live performances of eight celebrity performers who will impersonate popular local and international music icons in the said program.

The announcement was made following a contract signing that was attended by Sharon, ABS-CBN president and CEO Charo Santos-Concio, COO Carlo Katigabk, free TV head Cory Vidanes, chief financial officer Aldrin Cerrado, TV production head Laurenti Dyogi, and business unit head Lui Andrada.

Filipinos have witnessed the Megastar’s versatility as an artist both on television and in film. In her 34 years in the industry, she has been known to be a multi-platinum recording artist, award-winning actress, host, concert performer, and endorser.

Apart from her credibility and experience as an entertainer, she has also endeared herself to audiences because of her fun personality and authenticity, which will surely add to the unique entertainment experience in “Your Face Sounds Familiar.”

For the past few days, Sharon has expressed her excitement over her latest TV project on social media, thrilling speculation among her fans.

“I love you all from the bottom of my heart for your unwavering love and support,” she told Sharonians on her Facebook page.

Sharon will be joined in the jury by champion singer Jed Madela and Mr. Pure Energy Gary Valenciano. “Your Face Sounds Familiar,” which begins on March 14 and 15, will give total transformation to its celebrity performers, who will impersonate popular music icons and provide viewers with a concert-like entertainment experience.

For updates, like www.facebook.com/yourfaceph, or follow @YourFacePH on Twitter and Instagram. (www.tvseriescraze.com)

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Saturday, March 7, 2015

Dingdong Dantes, one of the country's most-sought-after leading men, who is blessed not just with bountiful talent but especially with the heart to reach out and act upon his advocacies, will portray the role of Father Kokoy.

Everyone may want to be part of Kokoy's world. Aside from having the complete package of good looks, humor, warmth, and wisdom, he is also being looked upon because of his on-point principles in life. A go-to person in times of problems, Kokoy is the kind of friend who will unconditionally offer a shoulder to lean on. He is the ideal guy, the Mr. Right, and the man any woman would like to introduce to her parents. But here's the catch: Kokoy is a priest.

Father Kokoy, better known as "Pari Koy," is a priest who is known for his non-traditional and non-conformist ways of bringing people closer to God. He will do anything just to show that it is cool to believe. But his own faith will be put to the test when he is assigned in the parish of Barangay Pinagpala and starts to deal with the people of the community.

Set in a contemporary barangay, stellar performances will be delivered by some of the country's respected and talented artists including Sunshine Dizon as Noemi, the secretary of the parish in Pinagpala who remains to be optimistic despite being maltreated by her husband; Chanda Romero as Martha, the self-righteous leader of the lay workers in the parish of Pinagpala who is against the unconventional ways of Father Kokoy; Luz Valdez as Esther, one of the lay workers in the parish who loves to talk about gossips and rumors; and Dexter Doria as Salome, also a lay worker who loyally serves in the parish despite being teased by Martha and Esther.

Another highlight to look forward to is how Father Kokoy puts his faith in action as he meets the poeple of Barangay Pinagpala. Playing equally vital roles are Gabby Eigenmann as Jude, the influential and corrupt chairman of Barangay Pinagpala; Rap Fernandez as Sol, the right-hand person of Jude, who helps him with his illegal schemes; JC Tiuseco as Timo, the irresponsible brother of Noemi; and Carlo Gonzales as Simon, the abusive husband of Noemi who fails to provide for his family.

Bringing more delight in the series are characters to be portrayed by GMA Artist Center's homegrown talents led by Jillian Ward as Sarah, the loving daughter of Noemi; Jeric Gonzales as Eli, the son of Salome who thinks of going to parish is uncool; Lindsay de Vera as Ava, the charming grandchild of Martha who will fall in love with Eli; Hiro Peralta as Sam, the closet homosexual brother of Father Kokoy; and David Remo as Pinggoy, the high-spirited "village's son" of Barangay Pinagpala.

How will Father Kokoy bring the people of Barangay Pinagpala closer to God? Will he be successful in instigating change in the community? Or will his faith and perspectives in life be moved by the people around him?

And to helm this primetime series is the award-winning director Maryo J. Delos Reyes. After the successful run of the primetime series Niño, GMA takes pride in having him as the director of Pari 'Koy who is known not only for tackling social relevance but for uplifting the human spirit and evoking hope through his masterpieces.

From the original concept of Christine Novicio, Pari Koy is created by the GMA Drama group headed by Lilybeth G. Rasonable, Senior Vice President for Entertainment TV; Redgie A. Magno, Vice President for Drama; Cheryl Ching-Sy, Assistant Vice President for Drama; Redgynn S. Alba, Program Manager; and Darling Pulido-Torres, Executive Producer.

Pari 'Koy airs weeknights beginning March 9 after 24 Oras on GMA Telebabad. For more updates, don’t forget to LIKE www.facebook.com/GMAPariKoy and FOLLOW www.twitter.com/GMAPariKoy. (www.tvseriescraze.com)

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 It's "Biyahe ni Drew"  2nd birthday this March. And he has something to offer to all the travel enthusiast viewers out there!

This March, Biyahe ni Drew dares all biyaheros to leave their comfort zone, review their travel bucket lists and TRY SOMETHING DIFFERENT! Professional traveller and most recent DOT’s Tourism Star awardee Drew Arellano goes to four scenic and memorable locations to celebrate Biyahe ni Drew’s 2nd anniversary.

Here are the show's month-long travel anniversary special treat:

March 6: Siargao

To kick off this month-long anniversary celebration, Drew goes surfs up on the famous Cloud 9 of Siargao. Here, he discovers that the famous surfing destination has a lot more to offer than barrelling waves. It also features unique rock formations where daredevils can cliff dive. In Magpupungko Beach, there are natural pools where one can leisurely swim. There are also dune buggy and crocodile hunting tours for those looking for an extra rush of adrenaline.

March 13: Bukidnon

Drew tries cowboy livin’ among the cattle herders of Bukidnon as he heads to Northern Mindanao for a taste of something different. Here, Drew finds out that there’s a lot more to raising cattle than meets the eye. Aside from visiting famous landmarks in Bukidnon, the self-confessed caffeine lover also discovers the secrets to creating the full-bodied flavour of the famous Monk’s Blend coffee.

March 20: Livin’ Large in Palawan 

As dream destinations go, the private islands in Palawan probably top many travellers’ bucket lists. This year, Drew gets to experience the “good life” as he lives it up in secluded, exclusive hideaways in Palawan for Biyahe ni Drew’s special feature. This is the kind of trip that one would do in a heartbeat if money was no object. Travelling via private sea plane, island hopping via private yacht, having a staff of 30 at your beck and call and “owning” an island for a few days... certainly a trip of a lifetime.

March 27: Hokkaido, Japan 

Drew escapes the Philippines’ summer heat by cooling off in Hokkaido, Japan for a “winter wonderland” special. For the first time in Biyahe ni Drew, Drew goes to Niseko, the most famous ski resort in Japan, known for its light powder snow where he tests his skiing/snowboarding skills. 

Biyahe ni Drew’s 2nd anniversary specials will air from March 6 to 28, 8pm on GMA News TV! (www.tvseriescraze.com)

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Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Actress Dina Bonnevie heats things up even more in the last few weeks of “Two Wives” as she joins the cast of the hit primetime series as Janine’s long lost mother. 

The original “Katorse” star Dina, whose role as Nene was reprised by Erich on television, finally gives life to Minerva, a woman who made ends meet for her and her daughter Janine (Erich Gonzales) by being a mistress to different married men. 

When she thought she found true love, Minerva entrusted Janine to Vida (Sharmaine Arnaiz) and went to the US with her American husband. She was supposed to go back for Janine but never got the chance, because she was turned into a sex slave by her husband and was held captive. 

Now that she’s free, Minerva is more than ready to make it up to her daughter, especially after she learned about Janine’s ordeals from Kenjie (Daniel Matsunaga).  

Don’t miss the last few weeks of “Two Wives,” weeknights after “Forevermore” on ABS-CBN’s Primetime Bida. (www.tvseriescraze.com)

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Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Team Sarah’s James Jason Dy was declared the grand winner of the second season of “The Voice of the Philippines” after receiving 52.94% of public votes at the top-rating program’s grand finale last night (Mar 1) at Resorts World Manila.

“I’m just very thankful. Thanks to all who voted and campaigned for me, and to those who believed in me – my coach and God, who gave me this blessing and opportunity. In God’s time talaga. I’ve been waiting for this chance,” Jason said.

Jason, who works as a ‘haranista’ and was able to get three coaches to turn around for him during his blind audition, beat runner-up Alisah Bonaobra of Team Apl who garnered 47.06% of the votes. Their scores were reset to zero before the poll reopened for their final performances.

“The most important lesson I learned from coach (Sarah) is to sing from the heart, because there are many great singers but what people look for is connection, for them to feel what you want to communicate,” he said.

Coach Sarah, on the other hand, said, “It’s hard to find an artist who does not need to belt out just to touch your heart. Jason has his own voice that you won’t find in other singers. It’s world-class.”

As the latest “The Voice of the Philippines,” Jason won a trophy designed and crafted by contemporary artist Leeroy New, a house and lot worth P2 million, a music instrument package worth P100,000, shopping spree and Asian tour package worth P350,000, a business package worth P1 million, a new car worth P1 million, a recording and management contract with MCA Music, and P2 million in cash.

Most Filipinos tuned in to Sunday’s finale as it recorded a national TV rating of 30.8%, based on data from Kantar Media. The first part of the live showdown on Saturday (Feb 28) also hit a national TV rating of 28%. Netizens also voiced out their support for their bets, with the official hashtag #VoicePH2Finale topping the worldwide trending topics on Twitter on both nights.

Before crooning his winning song “Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin,” Jason earlier performed “If I Ain’t Got You” with coach Sarah, “With You,” and “Wrecking Ball” with Charice during the finale’s first three rounds

For the duets with guest artists round, Alisah, Leah Patricio (Team Lea) and Rence Rapanot (Team Bamboo) took on the stage with Dulce, Jed Madela, and Joey Ayala and Bayang Barrios, respectively.

Before the finale drew to a close, hosts Luis Manzano and Toni Gonzaga said that a new season of “The Voice Kids” will soon air. Exciting! (www.tvseriescraze.com)

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