Wowowin October 6 2016
Wowowin is a Philippine afternoon game-variety show presented by Willie Revillame and broadcast by GMA Network. The program premiered on May 10, 2015 as a Sunday afternoon game-variety blocktimed show.The program is also broadcast internationally via GMA Pinoy TV, GMA Network’s international channel. The program marks the return of Revillame to Philippine television and his return to his original network, GMA Network, where he hosted Lunch Date with his close friend Randy Santiago in the 1980s. Wowowin is produced by Revillame’s WBR Entertainment Productions, Inc. serving as a blocktimer on GMA Network, and friend Randy Santiago served as the program’s original director. On August 9, 2015 “Wowowin” moved to an earlier timeslot at 2:00 pm PST. From an original 60-minute show, the airtime was extended to 15 minutes more. On October 4, 2015, the show began to be a co-production in cooperation with GMA Network. On February 1, 2016, Wowowin moved to its daily timeslot on the GMA Telebabad block at 5:30 pm PST from Monday to Friday. About 2 weeks later, Wowowin is now moved to an earlier timeslot at 5:00 pm PST with the extension of 30 minutes.
Watch Wowowin October 6 2016 here
Bigyan ng Jacket ‘Yan!
Five contestants that best dance to the song “Sumayaw, Gumalaw, Tumalon” are selected to play in Bigyan ng Jacket ‘Yan. Each contestant selects one colored jacket and they compete with each other answering questions selected from their jacket’s pockets. The questions usually ask the contestant to translate English and Filipino words to the other language. The winning contestant that survives thorugh the rounds moves on the jackpot round.
In Jacket Jackpot, the contestant gets to answer questions that are worth different values. The greater the question’s monetary value, the harder the question will be. The jackpot prize can be PHP20,000 as the minimum (which increases weekly as the jackpot hasn’t been claimed) to PHP1,000,000 as the maximum amount.
Hep, Hep, Hooray
Ten random audience members that dance cheerfully to the song of the day are selected to join Hep, Hep, Hooray. The objective of the game is to repeat the words “Hep Hep” and “Hooray”. The host moves the microphone back and forth among the contestants for them to respond either “Hep Hep” while clapping their hands together below their waist or “Hooray” while raising their hands in the air, depending on the order. If a contestant makes a mistake, they are out of the game and receives a consolation prize. This is a last person standing game, with the person who lasts the longest winning. Hep, Hep, Hooray was pioneered by Revillame on his former program Wowowee and was revived as Rock n’ Rollin, named after his hit novelty song of the same name, on Wowowillie.
Four teams consisting of four members each compete to win the top prize in a fun, action-filled balloon-popping game, a popular parlor game. Each team automatically receives P5,000 then gets to present their cheer to the audience. Each team tries to pop eight balloons in the fastest time, running back and forth, landing on the other member’s lap to pop the balloon. The fastest team moves on to the jackpot round, where they can win the jackpot prize if the team succeeds to pop eight balloons in only 15 seconds. This game was a former segment in Wowowin’s predecessors Willing Willie, Wil Time Bigtime and Wowowillie and was once titled as Family Apir and is now known as Putukan Na!.
Willie of Fortune
Six contestants selected earlier through themed auditions compete in pairs in rounds of Willie of Fortune. This segment allows the contestants to share their life stories and their talent to the world. Each contestant is given a cash prize for showcasing their talent. The in-house keyboardist plays a portion of a song, and the first person to name the song correctly wins one point. If the player can correctly sing the exact lyrics from that portion of the song, they will receive the second point. Two points are required to win the round and get to round two. In this round, the three remaining players compete in a knock out question. One song will be played, and whoever can correctly answer the song’s title first wins PHP10,000 and advances to the jackpot round.
Pera O Kahon
In this game (previously named “Wil to Win” & “Cash Bukas”), the advancing contestant has to find the Mega Jackpot to win the jackpot prizes in Pera O Kahon. There are boxes marked from different colors to choose from. The contestant making the decision to go with “Cash” (open the box and accept the result), or “Kahon” (the increasing money offer). The Mega Jackpot consists of PHP 1,000,000, a MyView TV, a brand new Toyota Innova MPV and a house and lot from Bria Homes.