All-Out Sundays (AOS) celebrated its first anniversary by going live on Sunday, January 31, 2021.
It was the first time that the GMA-7 Sunday noontime variety show held a live episode since it started airing fresh episodes in August 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
And aside from the live broadcast, AOS launched new segments, such as “All-Star Assembly,” the dance segment “All-Out Sayawan,” and the musical-comedy skit “Eternal Flame.”
Its star-studded line-up—led by Alden Richards, Christian Bautista, Mark Bautista, Aicelle Santos, Glaiza de Castro, Paolo Contis, and Lani Misalucha—performed on a new set and stage.
all-out sundays VS. ASAP natin 'to IN AGB RATINGS
AOS went head-to-head with ABS-CBN Entertainment’s ASAP Natin ‘To, which airs on two free TV channels: A2Z Channel 11 and TV5.
The Kapamilya program now uses the ABS-CBN Entertainment banner, which means that it is produced by ABS-CBN but airs on different networks and platforms.
ASAP’s January 31 episode was a taped-as-live episode headlined by Regine Velasquez-Alcasid, Ogie Alcasid, Zsa Zsa Padilla, Erik Santos, Martin Nievera, and Gary Valenciano.
How did All-Out Sundays and ASAP Natin’ To’s respective January 31 episodes fare in the ratings game?
According to AGB NUTAM or nationwide ratings, AOS won in the ratings game with 5.0%
ASAP registered a TV rating of 2.5%, which was already a combined total of the ratings received from its A2Z Channel 11 and TV5 airings.
AOS won with a 2.5% margin against its competitor.
But both shows rated lower compared to their January 24 episodes.
AOS’ January 24 episode, which was a new but taped-as-live episode, got a TV rating of 5.8%, or 0.8% higher than the January 31 episode.
ASAP’s live episode on January 24 got a combined A2Z and TV5 rating of 3.6%. It was the first episode where ASAP was simulcast on two free TV channels.
The January 24 episode of ASAP got a rating that is 1.1% higher than its January 31 episode.