GMA-7's musical-variety program Studio 7 is moving to a new day and time slot.
From its 7:40 to 8:40 p.m. time slot every Sunday, Studio 7 will now be aired on Saturdays, at 10:00 to 11:15 p.m., which used to be occupied by Kapuso Movie Night.
The time-slot change, which will start on June 15, was officially announced on June 9, during Studio 7's first commercial gap.
The teaser promised that with Studio 7's new time slot, the variety program will be "mas pinahaba, mas pina-level up."
On June 7, Studio 7 regular host and performer Christian Bautista dropped a hint on Twitter about the show's new schedule.
He tweeted (published as is), "Knock knock:
"Who’s there: ?
"Sabado! Sabado who??
"Raise your glass! Sa sabado sabado! Na ang studio 7! #STUDIO7"
Aside from Christian, other Studio 7's regular performers include Aicelle Santos, Julie Anne San Jose, Mark Bautista, Gabbi Garcia, Kyline Alcantara, Rayver Cruz, Mikee Quintos, Kate Valdez, Donita Nose, Super Tekla, Migo Adecer, Golden Canedo, and twins Cassy and Mavy Legaspi.
STUDIO 7 GIVES WAY TO STARSTRUCK
The Sunday time slot that will be vacated by Studio 7 will be occupied by the Sunday edition of GMA-7's reality-based artista search, Starstruck, starting June 16.
Starstruck will premiere on June 15, after Daddy's Gurl, and will be aired on GMA-7's weekend prime-time block.
It will be hosted by Dingdong Dantes and Jennylyn Mercado.
StarStuck season 7's panel of judges is composed of Heart Evangelista, Jose Manalo, and Cherie Gil.