Shout Out teen hosts (L-R) Sam Concepcion, Empress Shuck, Enchong Dee, Erich Gonzales, Aaron Villaflor and Enrique Gil will be seen daily on ABS-CBN's new teen variety show. It airs live from Monday to Friday, 5 pm to 6 pm. Photo: Courtesy of Carlo Orosa

In an effort to capture the growing teen market for TV, ABS-CBN officially launched its newest live teen variety show called Shout Out yesterday, November 29.


This new show airs daily, Mondays to Fridays, 5 pm. to 6 pm. It is hosted by Kapamilya network teens Enchong Dee, Erich Gonzales, Empress Schuck, Sam Concepcion, Enrique Gil, and Aaron Villaflor.


The pilot episode introduced the group of teens called Monderifics, Tuesdelicious, Mierkutets, and Friendsthurs.

On Mondays, catch the Mondeerifics with Ryan Bang, Jenny Kim, Julia Montes, Ann Li, Tippy Dos Santos, Martin Del Rosario, Aria Clemente, Makisig Morales, and Rhap Salazar.

On Tuesdays, watch out for the Tuesdelicious with James Reid, Devon Seron, 3AM (James Torres, Mica Caldito, Kyle Amor), Imelda Schweighart, Emmanuel Vera, Inno Martin, and former StarStruck V avenger Piero Vergara.

Party with Bret Jackson, Fretzie Bercede, Miles Ocampo, Jane Oineza, Mikylla Ramirez, Kathryn Bernardo, John Manalo, Paul Salas, and Sue Dodd collectively known as Miyerkulitz.

Call all Friends-Thurs every Thursday with Ivan Dorschner, Trisha Santos, Nel Gomez, Young JV, Jaco Benin, Benjamin De Guzman, Anna Bianca Casado, Yen Santos, and Linn Oeymo.

Every Friday, it's going to be an all-star party as the hosts and the rest of the barkada hang out and perform with special guests. Selected teens will also get a chance to appear, based on their performance for the week and the challenges that each group will undergo. There will also be games, musical numbers and segments that are targeted for modern-day teenagers.


Studio 4 of ABS-CBN was filled with teens and fans that carried streamers of their idols. While waiting for the show to start, Robi Domingo and Sam Concepcion entertained the crowd by dancing onstage. 


After the show, the cast members of the show—numbering more than 50—received advice from business unit head Joyce Liquicia on how to be successful in the showbiz industry.


ABS-CBN hopes to find the next generation of stars in the coming
years by honing the talents of these teens through Shout Out.


Shout Out is directed live daily by Johnny Manahan.