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Mario Bautista, has been with the entertainment industry for more than 4 decades. He writes regular columns for People's Journal and Malaya.

Jan 18, 2017

GMA-7 Presents Their Formidable Line Up Of New Shows To Be Aired For The New Year 2017

‘PINULOT KA LANG SA LUPA’ is the second new show introduced by GMA-7 this year after the highly successful toprater, “Meant to Be”. This will be followed by “Destined to be Yours”, a Valentine offering starring Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza, co-starring Janice de Belen, Lotlot de Leon, Gardo Versoza, Dominic Roco, Sheena Halili, Ina Feleo, Juancho Triviño, RJ Padilla, Koreen Medina and Boots Anson-Roa.

Janine Gutierrez stars in “Legally Blind”, where she plays a law student raped and beaten up and loses her eyesight but goes on to become a hotshot lawyer. She’s paired with Mikael Daez and Rodjun Cruz, co-starring Lauren Young, Marc Abaya and Chanda Romero, directed by Ricky Davao.
Kris Bernal has dumped her plan to be a Kapamilya and will star in a remake of “Impostora”, which starred Sunshine Dizon before. Her leading men are Rafael Rosell and Ryan Eigenmann. Then there’s the adaptation of the Koreanovela, “My Loved from the Star”, starring Jennylyn Mercado and new discovery Gil Cuerva.

Regine Velasquez will have two new shows. One is a comedy-musical show on Saturdays February
18, “Full House Tonight”, co-starring Miguel Tanfelix, Bianca Umali, Solenn Heussaff, Joross Gamboa and several comedians led by Kim Idol and Philip Lazaro. Regine’s other show will be the telefantasya, “Mulawin vs. Ravena”, with Dennis Trillo, Derrick Monasterio, Bea Binene, Miguel Tanfelix, Bianca Umali, Chynna Ortaleza, Dion Ignacio, Winwyn Marquez, Kiko Estrada and Roi Vinzon, directed by Dominic Zapata and Don Michael Perez.

The game show, “Celebrity Bluff”, will be back, this time as a daily show, still with Eugene Domingo but no longer with Jose Manalo as co-host but with Edu Manzano as Master Bluffer.

Dingdong Dantes will host his own docu-drama, “Case Solved”, about crimes complete with actual footage, interviews with victims and dramatization. Wifey Marian Rivera will also have her own show on primetime, now being cooked up. Heart Evangelista will be hosting “Project Achieved”.

Other shows lined up are “Text Serye”, “Daig Kayo ng Lola Ko, “Lip Sync Battle Philippines Season 3” and the hit Koreanovela, “The Big One” starring Park Seo Joon and Choi Siwon. Will Kris Aquino have a show with them? The answer is none.