- GMA Network teased the public with projects in the pipeline.
- The lineups include the comeback of reality talent show.
- The Network has yet to announce airing or release dates of said projects.
GMA Network introduced their TV projects through teasers on social media.
GMA Network produced artists via its reality talent competition, StarStruck. The upcoming seventh season has already been announced prior to 2018 has began.
It appeared that it would air in 2019 since 2018 is about to end and no auditions have taken place yet.
Before announcing Golden Cañedo as the grand winner, The Clash master Regine Velasquez-Alcasid said:
“I just want to say thank you to my GMA family, thank you for having me as your Clash Master. See you guys next year.”
Earlier in the show, Regine announced that there will be a second season of The Clash to be aired in 2019. The Asia’s Songbird, however, left GMA Network and transferred to ABS-CBN.
Kara Mia (working title: Ang Dalawang Mukha ni GuadaLupe)
Real-life couple Barbie Forteza and Jak Roberto are set to star in their own project together, Dalawang Mukha ni GuadaLupe. During the story conference, Barbie confirmed that they will start taping before the holiday break. This will also star John Estrada, Carmina Villaroel, Mike Tan, Glydel Mercado, Althea Ablan, and Liezel Lopez.
Inagaw Na Bituin.
Inagaw na Bituin will be composed of a very powerful cast. The show will star two of the most popular teen actresses namely Kyline Alcantara and Therese Malvar.
They will be joined by Kapuso veteran artists such as Sunshine Dizon, Angelika dela Cruz, Marvin Agustin and Gabby Eigenmann.
TODA One I Love.
Kylie Padilla and Ruru Madrid will both star in a political romantic-comedy series, TODA One I Love. This will air in the first quarter of 2019 under GMA News and Public Affairs‘ production. TODA One I Love features love, comedy and family values that viewers can learn.
The pair was looked up due to their undeniable on-screen chemistry. They remain true partners in crime and friends in real life.
Not to be confused with the Ganti television series in 2005, this drama series stars Jason Abalos, Max Collins, Kim Domingo, Mark Herras and Neil Ryan Sese. The series had its story conference on Friday, November 16.
My Golden Life.
The 2017 South Korean television series stars Park Si-hoo, Shin Hye-sun, Lee Tae-hwan and Seo Eun-soo. This will be dubbed in Filipino.
GMA Network has yet to announce airing or release dates of said projects.