GGV Gandang Gabi Vice September 9, 2018

GGV Gandang Gabi Vice September 9, 2018
GGV Gandang Gabi Vice September 9, 2018
Debuting on June 4, 2011, it airs every Sunday night. For its first season, the show was slated for thirteen episodes. The show focuses on interviews with media personalities and comedic interactive segments, the show also features live acts from various performers. After the announcement of the show’s planned end on February 19, 2012, there were a lot of feedback requesting for the continuation of the show, it was later announced that the supposed end of the show on said date was only to be the finale of the first season, and that the show will continue with a second season the following week.
(lit. Good Evening, Vice!) is a Philippine comedy variety talk show hosted by stand-up comedian Vice Ganda.

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