TV5 weekend shows unveiled


(From left) Roxanne Guinoo, Eugene Domingo, and John Estrada topbill the sitcom Everybody Hapi, which airs on TV5 every Sunday at 6 p.m.



The primetime weekend slot in television has always been meant for big shows and big entertainment, and it looks like TV5 is gunning for a much-bigger share of the market with the release of its second season flagship shows.

You & Me Against the World, Everybody Hapi, Shall We Dance, Talentadong Pinoy, Lipgloss, and Midnight DJ are all on board to shake the viewing habits of Filipinos.

Catch Saturday primetime shows such as Lipgloss, now with bolder and spicier stories of controversies and issues surrounding the lives of the Linden High teens; Talentadong Pinoy, hosted by Aliw Awards Best Emcee of the Year Ryan Agoncillo; and Midnight DJ, wherein the thriller saga continues with Oyoboy Sotto as Samboy--the new Midnight DJ who is yet to discover his gift of a third eye.

Sunday primetime boasts of a hilarious sitcom, a fabulous game show, and an exciting dance show--Everybody Hapi, You & Me Against the World, and Shall We Dance.

Everybody Hapi stars John Estrada, Eugene Domingo, Roxanne Guinoo, Alex Gonzaga and Matt Evans in a mixed-up Romeo and Juliet story, followed by Gretchen Barretto's You & Me Against the World--the fabulous game show that promises to give away P 1 million every week. The definitive dance show Shall We Dance: Search for the Dance Superstar completes the line-up, with hosts Lucy Torres-Gomez, Jon Avila, and Victor Basa.

Catch Lipgloss at 6 p.m., followed by Talentadong Pinoy at 7 p.m. and Midnight DJ at 8 p.m. every Saturday, and enjoy the comedy of Everybody Hapi at 6 p.m., You & Me Against the World at 7 p.m. and Shall We Dance at 8 p.m. every Sunday. All these knockout shows are sure to blow your weekends, only on TV5.


EVERYBODY HAPI. This is TV5's first situational comedy featuring a dynamic cast composed of John Estrada, veteran comedians Eugene Domingo, Long Mejia, blended with the youthful and fresh humor of Alex Gonzaga, Roxanne Guinoo, Matt Evans, and Randolf Stalamaky.

Two warring heads of families living in a duplex are literally divided as two sisters versus the man they hate (and loved) the most become next-door neighbors and business rivals between the sisters' beauty parlor, and the hunky newcomer's funeral parlor!

Jim (John Estrada) is the man that Babet (Eugene Domingo) fell in love with in the past. Now, he is in love with her younger sister, Jenny (Roxanne Guinoo). Jenny also fell in love with Jim before, only to find out he got someone else pregnant. After several years, Jim is now flying solo again, but with him now is his daughter, Cathy (Alex Gonzaga)--who secretly develops a romantic relationship with Babet and Jenny's nephew, Steve (Matt Evans).

To add to the already entangled comedy is Long Mejia as Carey, Jim's loyal buddy who never runs out of silly spiels as well as both good and bad pieces of advice and ideas for his friend. Not to be outdone, Babet has her beautician gay friend, George. Randolf Stalamaky also injects humor to the story as Paul, Steve's rival who is also attracted to Cathy.

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