After six months, the well-loved cast of GMA Network’s musical-comedy-variety program “All-Out Sundays” returns to the studio with exciting new segments and all-out performances beginning this Sunday Sept. 27.
For the past months, taping for All-Out Sundays: The Stay Home Party’ was remotely done from their homes. Now the Kapuso stars are more than ready to extend the fun and excitement as they head back to the studio for the first time since quarantine.
“Happy kami kasi nga magkikita-kita na naman kami. Madalas kasi sa bahal lang kami nag wo-work. Makaka-kanta na naman kami sa stage,” said singer Mark Bautista during a Zoom media conference Sept. 24.
Actress Gabbi Garcia said she’s happy and excited to be back in the studio but admitted she’s a bit apprehensive about it. “Andun pa rin kasi iyong feeling na high-risk tayong lahat. Pero alam ko naman na hindi kami pababayaan ng GMA Network at inaalagaan kami. Sinunod kasi naman nila lahat ang safety meaures.”
In observance of anti-COVID-19 protocols alongside the Network’s precautionary measures, select cast members and limited crew underwent testing and strictly practiced government-mandated safety and health protocols on the studio.
Actor Ruru Madrid said he just realized that work-from-home is quite difficult.
“Sa tutoo lang, mahirap pala ang work from home. Kinakalangan ko pang pumunta ng Antipolo para makahanap ng open area (para sa signal). Hassle talaga. Pero masaya naman dahil magkikita-kita na naman kaming lahat kahit bawal ang beso, shake hands. Risky pa rin pero nakapag-swap test naman po lahat.” said Madrid.
For actress Kyline Alcantara, going back to the studio means his life is now complete. “Hindi ito showbiz pero kasi hindi kumpleto ang pagkatao ko kung hundi ako nakakapag-perform. Sa pagbabaik namin, less ang takot ko and more excited ako kasi nasabi nga ni Gabbi. hindi naman kami pababayaan ng GMA Network.”
This Sunday, a double celebration awaits viewers as the AyOS barkada celebrates both their much-awaited studio return and the upcoming third season of The Clash!
The party kicks off with performances from Alden Richards, Gabbi Garcia, Miguel Tanfelix, Kyline Alcantara, Ruru Madrid, Derrick Monasterio, and Mark Bautista, followed by heart-stopping production numbers from The Clash graduates – Jeremiah Tiangco, Thea Astley, Garrett Bolden, XOXO, and Golden Cañedo, the Clash Masters Julie Anne San Jose and Rayver Cruz, the Clash Journey Hosts Ken Chan and Rita Daniela, and the Clash Judges – Aiai delas Alas, Christian Bautista and Lani Misalucha.
“Four The Win” also becomes a double treat as FTW ladies are joined by Kapuso singers, combining performances on stage and from their homes – Julie Anne San Jose with Jong Madaliday, Golden Cañedo with Christian Bautista, Thea Astley with Jeremiah Tiangco, and Aicelle Santos with Garrett Bolden.
Meanwhile, an exciting brand-new game called ‘Pasa Mode’ where two celebrity teams – Rayver Cruz and Kyline Alcantara versus Bianca Umali and Ruru Madrid – compete on a series of fun relay games with their Ka-Taong Bahay Home Partners – Ysabel Ortega and Ashley Ortega, respectively.
The All-Out Stage welcomes the trio Budakhel – Bugoy Drilon, Daryl Ong and Michael Pangilinan as they showcase their vocal prowess and belt out the best of Boyz II Men songs.
Watch “All-Out Sundays” on television and online, with a new time slot at 12 noon, beginning September 27, on GMA-7 and GMA Network’s official social media pages.