ASAP (Philippine TV program)
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All-Star Sunday Afternoon Party (ASAP; Tagalog: [ˈasap]), rebranded as ASAP Natin 'To (lit. '"This Is Our ASAP"'), is a Philippine television variety show produced under ABS-CBN. Currently hosted by Martin Nievera, Zsa Zsa Padilla, Piolo Pascual, Gary Valenciano, Sarah Geronimo, Ogie Alcasid, Regine Velasquez-Alcasid, Erik Santos, Luis Manzano, Enchong Dee, Kim Chiu and Janine Gutierrez. It premiered on February 5, 1995 replacing Sa Linggo nAPO Sila. It is the longest running Sunday noontime variety show after surpassing rival network GMA's GMA Supershow’s record of nearly two decades. In October 2015, ASAP became the first live entertainment program in the Philippines to be broadcast in true high-definition picture, the other being a sports program.
|ASAP Natin 'To|
|Also known as|
|Created by||Johnny Manahan|
|Opening theme||"ASAP Let's Celebrate" by ASAP Artists (2015)|
|Country of origin||Philippines|
|No. of episodes||9,563 (as of April 18, 2021)|
|Executive producers||Marvi Gelito |
|Production locations||Studio 10, ABS-CBN Broadcasting Center, Diliman, Quezon City|
|Camera setup||Multiple-camera setup|
|Running time||2 hours and 45 minutes (2017-2020) |
2 hours (2020)
2 1/2 hours (2020-present) (including commercials)
|Picture format||480i (SDTV) |
|Audio format||Mono (1995–2002)|
Dolby Digital (2002–present)
|Original release||February 5, 1995 –|
ASAP's first decade (1995–2003)Edit
When Sa Linggo nAPO Sila became 'Sang Linggo nAPO Sila to replace Eat Bulaga! (which left ABS-CBN to transfer to GMA Network after TAPE Inc. denied ABS-CBN's offer to buy the airing rights of the show), a TV show was conceptualized by a group of production people from the displaced APO show in January 1995 as a "concert party" on Sundays. Martin Nievera accidentally joined the group while on break from taping his eponymous talk show. He gave the show the title acronym ASAP which stood for All-Star Sunday Afternoon Party. The production group decided to bring him and Pops Fernandez, along with Ariel Rivera and Dayanara Torres as main hosts for the show. The cast of Pare Ko (Claudine Barretto, Victor Neri, Roselle Nava, Gio Alvarez, Jao Mapa, Mark Anthony Fernandez, Nikka Valencia) became co-hosts for the show to attract the younger viewers. In 1996, the show's co-hosting line up evolved as it included different young stars from ABS-CBN's Talent Center (Ang TV, Gimik and Star Circle). The show also celebrated its first anniversary as it finally wrested the top spot away from its closest rival GMA Supershow. The show became victorious in 1997 as they celebrated their 2nd anniversary from the Araneta Coliseum, as their erstwhile institutional rival show GMA Supershow folded up.
The show originally had its own theme song, Hot na Hot sa ASAP in 1995. In the show's 2nd anniversary, another theme song was released, Better Than Ever. Initial broadcast commenced on February 5, 1995, at the Delta Theatre in Quezon Avenue. In 1997, they transferred to Studio 3 of the ABS-CBN Broadcasting Center in Quezon City, sharing space with 'Sang Linggo nAPO Sila. However, the show hit a snag when the main host Martin Nievera resigned on air because of marital issues with co-host (and now ex-wife) Pops Fernandez. Dayanara Torres later on left the show also to pursue a career in Hollywood. Richard Gomez and Zsa Zsa Padilla joined in to replace Nievera and Torres.
In 1999, the show was broadcast simultaneously from the Cuneta Astrodome in Pasay and the University of St. La Salle Coliseum in Bacolod City to usher the second season of the MBA. Magandang Tanghali Bayan main hosts Randy Santiago, John Estrada and Willie Revillame helped out in hosting ASAP from Bacolod while the main hosts were in Cuneta Astrodome.
In 2001, the show created new sensations out of "The Hunks", a new group composed of long-time Kapamilya heartthrobs Piolo Pascual, Diether Ocampo, Jericho Rosales, Carlos Agassi and Bernard Palanca. Their phenomenal success as a group made noise around Philippine entertainment circles as they stormed their way through various appearances within ABS-CBN shows and concerts abroad. Even ASAP's rival show SOP got wind of the group's popularity by creating a spoof group, "Da HungHunks".
In 2002, the show lost former co-host and occasional guest Rico Yan died due to pancreatitis, while Jolina Magdangal left ASAP and she transferred to GMA Network to join SOP, along with Marvin Agustin who would later be at the network in 2006. Richard Gomez also left the show in 2002 after signing an exclusive contract with GMA Network.
ASAP Mania (2003–2005)Edit
In 2003, the show was reformatted as ASAP Mania, after it lost its top-rating status to SOP Rules. Some original main hosts like Ariel Rivera and Pops Fernandez left while Martin Nievera returned on a semi-regular basis. The biggest talent acquisition of the show, however, were Gary Valenciano and Kuh Ledesma who decided to sign an exclusive contract with the Kapamilya Network and also shared the former's creative inputs to make the show more interesting. Some ASAP segments like Star in a Million and Victim became a hit with the viewers that ABS-CBN management decided to turn both segments into full-length shows. The move resulted in the network regaining lost audiences on weekends as both shows rated high against their respective counterparts. In the same year also, the show simulcasted on ABS-CBN's sister station Studio 23 (now known as S+A), though it lasted for a few months.
In 2004, ASAP celebrated its year-long 10th anniversary and regained leadership with the addition of singing champions from Viva-produced singing contests Star for a Night and Search for a Star (Sarah Geronimo, Mark Bautista and Rachelle Ann Go) and ABS-CBN's Star in a Million (Sheryn Regis, Christian Bautista and Erik Santos) along with their runners-up. It also introduced a spin-off show ASAP Fanatic to serve as a venue for its new young stars (which came from Star Circle Quest) to perform and interact with fans.
In 2005 the format changed to ASAP '05 and added rising TV host Toni Gonzaga and commercial model-turned singer Nikki Gil. In 2006, the show absorbed talents from the displaced spin-off show ASAP Fanatic and became a three-hour show. It also launched a somewhat complicated logo resembling LED lights where the words ASAP were made out of dots connected which had been in use until 2014.
In February 2007, Asia's Nightingale Lani Misalucha joined the show on a temporary basis while ex-SOP performers Karylle (daughter of Zsa Zsa Padilla) and Billy Crawford followed suit in 2008. The show also rolled out a grand welcome fit for royalty when it introduced then-Kapuso Primetime actress Angel Locsin as the newest Kapamilya actress in August 2007.
In 2009, the ratings of its rival show SOP declined and ASAP regained the credibility, prestige, and acclaim it once lost to its rival show. As a result, its rival show reformatted before the end of the year but no longer worked with the viewers.
On January 3, 2010, the show was relaunched as ASAP XV to mark its fifteenth anniversary. In the show's special anniversary on February 7, 2010, a new set was introduced. Competition became a three-way battle when GMA Network (Party Pilipinas) and TV5 (now 5) (P.O.5) produced their own "concert party" shows, where some of their talents and staff were ASAP alumni.
After the year, numbers in the show title wasn't adapted in 2010, a new title named ASAP Rocks was launched on January 2, 2011. On April 3, 2011, a new set was introduced. For the first time in show's history, the show welcomed Eat Bulaga main host Vic Sotto as a special guest, performing in the show twice (April and December 2011) to promote separately the two movies that he did for ABS-CBN's film arm Star Cinema. In his December 2011 guesting, Vic was joined by some of his Eat Bulaga co-hosts on stage to promote the MMFF entry Enteng ng Ina Mo. The show also lost its two former co-hosts and performers AJ Perez and RJ Rosales that same year due to their respective deaths.
On January 1, 2012, the show was launched as ASAP 2012. The show also showed its support to main host Zsa Zsa Padilla following the death of her partner, Comedy King Dolphy by giving him a royal tribute. Also, Sarah Geronimo temporarily left the show for her own primetime show, Sarah G. Live.
On January 6, 2013, the show was renamed ASAP 18 to commemorate the show's 18th anniversary. On January 5, 2014, the show was renamed ASAP 19 to commemorate the show's 19th anniversary. The show also reached its 1,000th episode in April 2014.
On January 4, 2015, the show was renamed ASAP 20 to commemorate the show's 20th anniversary. It launched a new, simple logo that replaced the one being used from 2006, and from that point, Sarah Geronimo, Toni Gonzaga, Piolo Pascual, & Bamboo became main hosts of the show as seen in their entire logo animation (this was usually used before commercial breaks).
The show was also known for being the venue show for the premiere of ABS-CBN summer station IDs until 2015, when TV Patrol and It's Showtime changed venue. Between 2012 and 2015, the tide tilted in favor of ASAP once again when some cast members from their rival shows Party Pilipinas and Sunday All Stars transferred networks and started to appear in the show. Among the notable transfers were actress Iza Calzado, R&B Royalties Jay-R and Kyla, and Starstruck V Grand Winner-turned-ASAP Dance Goddess Sarah Lahbati, who also performed regularly while showing her remarkable fierce and sizzling sexy dance moves after a bitter falling out with her former network.
In 2015, the show faced another challenge when they got into a tough rating battle with GMA's new Sunday variety show Sunday PinaSaya that showcased more comedy skits than musical numbers. The show had to make adjustments by making some additional segments on their show, like a short skit and games with Kapamilya stars. ASAP original host Martin Nievera courted controversy when he vented his ire on the show's changes via Twitter, but later clarified his reaction saying he believes these changes in the format of the show are a way to “satisfy many markets with dignity and class". A few weeks before the comedy gag show Banana Split Extra Scoop was transferred to Sunday as Banana Sundae in early November 2015, ASAP reverted to its vaunted musical-variety format while management cut its running time to 2 hours, the first time to broadcast in such running time since the program's early years. In early December 2015, Elmo Magalona, son of Philippine King of Rap Francis Magalona, switched networks and became part of the show.
On January 3, 2016, for the first time in 13 years, the show retained the title ASAP alone. Thereafter, Jolina Magdangal and Luis Manzano became main hosts of the show along with Toni Gonzaga, Piolo Pascual and Sarah Geronimo.
In February 2016, another singing contest grand winner from GMA Network, Jonalyn Viray transferred to ABS-CBN under the screen name Jona and officially joined the show. A few weeks later, ASAP extended its runtime to 2 hours and 45 minutes when its comedy gag show Banana Sundae transferred its timeslot again, airing a bit earlier from 11:45 am to 2:30 pm.
On May 15, 2016, ASAP launched two singing groups, the ASAP Birit Queens, composed of Jona Viray, Morissette Amon, Klarisse de Guzman and Angeline Quinto and the ASAP Soul Sessions, composed of Jason Dy, Daryl Ong, Jay R, KZ Tandingan and Kyla. However, both groups disbanded in late 2017. Later, on July 3 of that year, the show instituted a new segment ASAPinoy, paying tribute to Filipino composers and singers which contributed to the success of Original Pilipino Music (OPM) and welcomed Ogie Alcasid as a regular performer by October, after a few years of guest appearances.
In January 2018, ASAP replaced their existing segments with new segments including ASAP TLC: The Love Connection replacing ASAP LSS: Love Songs and Stories and adding ASAP RePlay Retro Playlist, honoring legendary international acts. Later in 2018, ASAP launched a teen singing group called ASAP G! and a dance segment titled ASAP MYX: The Maja-Yassi Xperience.
On October 17, 2018, Asia's Songbird Regine Velasquez signed a network contract with ABS-CBN, officially making her a Kapamilya after 20 years of being with GMA Network. She became a mainstay of ASAP effective October 21, 2018, when she appeared during the show's out-of-town concert in Sydney, Australia. Velasquez had previously headlined three Sunday musical variety shows SOP, Party Pilipinas and Sunday All Stars that competed against ASAP for the past 18 years from 1997 to 2015. Prior to her transfer, she was hosting the musical talk show Sarap Diva and had recurring stints in Sunday PinaSaya as an occasional guest actress.
ASAP Natin 'To (2018–present)Edit
After ASAP Live in Sydney and the Himig Handog 2018 Grand Finals, it was confirmed through different showbiz websites that the show underwent a reformat as ASAP Natin 'To which coincided with the entry of Regine Velasquez as one of the show's main hosts. Lui Andrada was named as the new business unit head of the show, replacing long-time business unit head Joyce Liquicia. Some of the show's cast were retained contrary to reports that some of them won't be seen on the show. On November 15, 2018, all social media accounts of ASAP unveiled the teaser and the new logo of the now revitalized show to be renamed ASAP Natin 'To. Only the typeface from continues its usage, and no segments from the previous era were carried over.
The reformatted show premiered on November 18, 2018. On December 2, 2018, a new online show "I Want ASAP" was launched hosted by Robi Domingo, Donny Pangilinan, Maymay Entrata and Edward Barber. The online show will air at 11:30 am PHT, 15 minutes before the airing of ASAP Natin 'To, replacing ASAP Chillout.
In December 2018, ASAP Natin 'To launched their first segment titled The Greatest Showdown, featuring various singers. As of now, Martin Nievera and Jolina Magdangal are the only original remaining artists since the show's airing in 1995.
25th anniversary, COVID-19 lockdowns and ABS-CBN 2's indefinite shutdownEdit
On January 5, 2020, ASAP Natin' To celebrated its 25th anniversary. In addition, it reverted to its old format and revived some segments that were discontinued after the late 2018 reformat.
In March 2020, ASAP Natin 'To temporarily stopped the admission of the live studio audience as part of the country's fight against the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines. On March 15, 2020, as Metro Manila entered a lockdown, the show stopped live episodes and aired replays for the first 2 weeks, then taped new episodes via work from home arrangements, for the next few weeks.
In April 2020, as part of ABS-CBN's temporary programming schedule due to the Luzon Lockdown done to stop the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines, in response to rival network GMA extending Kapuso Movie Festival to a two-movie block, which made the network extend the Sunday edition of Kapamilya Blockbusters Family Weekend to two movies, ASAP Natin 'To's airtime was shortened to one hour and moved to Banana Sundae's timeslot of 2:30 pm until May 3, 2020, which was its last airing before indefinite the shutdown of ABS-CBN.
On May 5, 2020, the National Telecommunications Commission issued a cease and desist order against ABS-CBN Corporation, forcing all of its free-to-air television and radio stations to temporarily suspend their operations due to the expiration of its legislative franchise, causing ASAP, as well as the rest of ABS-CBN shows to temporarily suspend their airings.
On June 14, 2020, the show resumed its taping/live staging (once a month) of new episodes for broadcast on cable-and-satellite channel Kapamilya Channel, with a virtual audience being admitted in place of an actual studio audience. Also on the same day, iWant ASAP resumed it's telecast via a work-from-home arrangement through Zoom Video Communications. Owing to safety precautions against the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines, the show entails a 1-week lock-in taping set-up to produce a month worth of episodes, with only the episode done during the lock-in period being staged live from the studio itself.
In August 2020, ASAP was reduced to a 2-hour airtime (the second time since 2015) after the franchise of ABS-CBN was denied by the congress.
In September 2020, ASAP's main director Johnny Manahan and cast members Piolo Pascual, Billy Crawford, Maja Salvador and Catriona Gray have temporarily left the show. They were signed up by independent television producer Brightlight Productions for new shows that air on TV5 through a blocktime agreement. Manahan produces the daily noontime show Lunch Out Loud to be hosted by Crawford and also directed the now-defunct Sunday noontime show Sunday Noontime Live! headlined by Piolo Pascual, Catriona Gray, and Maja Salvador. Joane Laygo, who has been directing the show since the 2018 reformat, became the permanent main director of the said show.
On October 11, 2020, the show went back on free TV via the newly-launched A2Z Channel 11 under a blocktime agreement between the network and religious broadcaster, ZOE Broadcasting Network. Also, on the same day, the show returned to the 12:00 PM timeslot.
On January 24, 2021, the show began airing its simulcast as a blocktimer on TV5 as part of a reported partnership between ABS-CBN and Cignal TV, which handles TV5's programming, replacing Sunday Noontime Live!. Despite this development, the show will continue to air on A2Z Channel 11, Kapamilya Channel, and Kapamilya Online Live.
On April 4 and 11, 2021, ASAP Natin 'To temporarily aired replays of previous episodes as a result of suspending taping/live staging of new episodes after airing two pre-taped episodes due to the reimposed enhanced community quarantine caused by the surge of COVID-19 cases in the Greater Manila Area that started in March 2021.
Cast and ArtistsEdit
- Martin Nievera (1995–1998; 2004–present)
- Zsa Zsa Padilla (1998–present)
- Piolo Pascual (1996; 1998–2020; 2021–present)
- Luis Manzano (2003–present)
- Erik Santos (2004–present)
- Gary Valenciano (2004–present)
- Sarah Geronimo-Guidicelli (2004–present)
- Kim Chiu (2006–present)
- Enchong Dee (2008–present)
- Ogie Alcasid (2017–present)
- Regine Velasquez-Alcasid (2018–present)
- Janine Gutierrez (2021–present)
iWant ASAP Main HostsEdit
- Robi Domingo (2008–present)
- Darren Espanto (2015–present)
- Maymay Entrata (2017–present)
- Edward Barber (2017–present)
Former main hosts/Occasional performersEdit
- Jolina Magdangal-Escueta (1995–2002; 2014–present)
- Vhong Navarro (1996–present)
- Lea Salonga (1997–present)
- Vina Morales (2001–present)
- Toni Gonzaga-Soriano (2005–present)
- Bamboo (2011–present)
- apl.de.ap (2013–present)
- Sharon Cuneta-Pangilinan (2015–present)
- Jaya (2017–present)
- Janno Gibbs (1996; 2018–present)
Co-hosts, performers and occasional guestsEdit
- Roselle Nava (1995–2003; 2010; 2015–present)
- Carlo Aquino (1995–2005; 2012–present)
- Marvin Agustin (1995–2005; 2015–2017; 2021–present)
- Angelica Panganiban (1995–2016; 2019–present)
- Claudine Barretto (1995–2009; 2013–present)
- Dimples Romana-Ahmee (1997–2003; 2010–present)
- John Lloyd Cruz (1997–2017; 2019–present)
- Nikki Valdez (1997–present)
- Jericho Rosales (1997–present)
- Judy Ann Santos-Agoncillo (2000–present)
- Bea Alonzo (2002–present)
- Nina (2003–2011; 2015–present)
- Roxanne Barcelo (2003–2008; 2017–present)
- Carla Humphries (2003–present)
- Shaina Magdayao (2004–present)
- Anne Curtis-Heussaff (2004–present)
- Erich Gonzales (2005–present)
- Jake Zyrus (2005–present)
- Jed Madela (2005–present)
- G-Force (2005–present)
- Jake Cuenca (2006–present)
- Gerald Anderson (2006–present)
- Sam Milby (2006–present)
- Kris Lawrence (2006–2010; 2015–present)
- Yeng Constantino (2006–present)
- Sam Concepcion (2006–present)
- Arron Villaflor (2007–present)
- Bela Padilla (2007–2009; 2015–present)
- KC Concepcion (2007–2016; 2020–present)
- Angel Locsin (2007–present)
- Denise Laurel (2008–present)
- Xian Lim (2008–present)
- Arnel Pineda (2008–present)
- Zanjoe Marudo (2008–present)
- Vice Ganda (2008–present)
- Liezel Garcia (2008–present)
- Richard Poon (2008–present)
- Bugoy Drilon (2008–present)
- Ice Seguerra (2009–present)
- Sitti (2009–present)
- Matteo Guidicelli (2009–present)
- Zaijian Jaranilla (2009–present)
- Coco Martin (2009–present)
- Julia Montes (2010–present)
- Kathryn Bernardo (2010–present)
- Melai Cantiveros-Francisco (2010–2013; 2015–present)
- Bianca Manalo (2010–present)
- Jovit Baldivino (2010–present)
- James Reid (2010–2011; 2014–present)
- Enrique Gil (2010–present)
- Angeline Quinto (2011–present)
- Zia Quizon (2011–present)
- Juris Fernandez-Lim (2011–present)
- Tippy Dos Santos (2011–present)
- Jodi Sta. Maria (2011–present)
- Alex Castro (2011–present)
- JM De Guzman (2011–present)
- Bryan Termulo (2011–present)
- Joseph Marco (2011–present)
- Marcelito Pomoy (2011–present)
- Young JV (2012–present)
- Iza Calzado-Wintle (2012–present)
- Paolo Valenciano (2012–present)
- KZ Tandingan-Monterde (2012–present)
- Dominic Roque (2012–present)
- Daniel Padilla (2012–present)
- Abra (2013–present)
- Gloc-9 (2013–present)
- Yen Santos (2013–present)
- Arjo Atayde (2013–present)
- Yam Concepcion (2013–present)
- Klarisse de Guzman (2013–present)
- Liza Soberano (2013–present)
- Julia Barretto (2013–present)
- Morissette Amon (2013–present)
- Kean Cipriano (2013–present)
- Grae Fernandez (2013–present)
- Sharlene San Pedro (2013–present)
- Mitoy Yonting (2013–present)
- Ella Cruz (2013–present)
- Thor (2013–present)
- Paulo Avelino (2013–present)
- Kit Thompson (2013–present)
- JC de Vera (2013–present)
- Marco Gumabao (2013–present)
- Andrea Brillantes (2013–present)
- Coleen Garcia-Crawford (2013–present)
- Michelle Vito (2013–present)
- Sam Mangubat* (2013–2020; 2021–present)
- Lyca Gairanod (2014–present)
- Sofia Andres (2014–present)
- Alexa Ilacad (2014–present)
- Nash Aguas (2014–present)
- Isabelle Daza-Semblat (2014–present)
- Nadine Lustre (2014–present)
- Joj & Jai Agpangan (2014–present)
- Ebe Dancel (2014–present)
- Juan Karlos Labajo (2014–present)
- Victor Silayan (2015–present)
- Loisa Andalio (2015–present)
- Maris Racal (2015–present)
- Iñigo Pascual (2015–present)
- Bryan Santos (2015–present)
- Michael Pangilinan (2015–present)
- Nyoy Volante (2015–present)
- Jason Fernandez (2015–present)
- Bradley Holmes (2015–present)
- Jason Dy (2015–present)
- Monique Lualhati (2015–present)
- Kyla (2015–present)
- Ylona Garcia (2015–present)
- Bailey May (2015–present)
- Arci Muñoz (2015–present)
- Jay R* (2015–present)
- Jairus Aquino (2015–present)
- Sarah Lahbati-Gutierrez (2015–2017; 2019–present)
- Yassi Pressman (2015–present)
- Elmo Magalona (2015–present)
- Maxene Magalona-Mananquil (2015–present)
- Marlo Mortel (2015–present)
- Gwen Zamora (2016–present)
- Mitch Naco (2016–present)
- Hashtags (2016–present)
- Jonathan Celestino (2016–present)
- Cecille Escolano (2016–present)
- CJ Navato (2016–present)
- Danita Paner (2016–present)
- Rico Blanco (2016–present)
- Jona (2016–present)
- Kylie Verzosa (2016–present)
- Tony Labrusca (2016–present)
- Kyle Echarri (2016–present)
- Kira Balinger (2016–present)
- Elisse Joson (2016–present)
- Kristel Fulgar (2016–present)
- Loren Burgos (2017–present)
- Pia Wurtzbach (2017–present)
- Julian Trono (2017–present)
- Leila Alcasid (2017–present)
- BoybandPH (2017–present)
- Moira Dela Torre-Hernandez (2017–present)
- Davey Langit (2017–present)
- Vivoree Esclito (2017–present)
- AC Bonifacio (2017–present)
- Donny Pangilinan (2017–2020; 2021–present)
- Heaven Peralejo (2017–present)
- Jeremy Glinoga (2017–present)
- Lala Vinzon* (2017–2020; 2021–present)
- Jona Soquite (2017–present)
- Mica Becerro (2017–present)
- Ryza Cenon (2018–present)
- Charlie Dizon (2018–present)
- Barbie Imperial (2018–present)
- Jayda Avanzado* (2018–2020; 2021–present)
- Janine Berdin (2018–present)
- TNT Boys (2018–present)
- MNL48 (2018–present)
- Sheena Belarmino (2018–present)
- Krystal Brimner (2018–present)
- RK Bagatsing (2018–present)
- Seth Fedelin (2019–present)
- Elha Nympha (2019–present)
- Lara Maigue (2019–present)
- Zephanie (2019–2020; 2021–present)
- Lance Busa (2019–present)
- Fatima Louise Lagueras (2019–2020; 2021–present)
- iDolls (2019–present)
- Kaori Oinuma (2019–present)
- Karina Bautista (2019–present)
- Aljon Mendoza (2019–present)
- I Belong to the Zoo (2019–present)
- Ben&Ben (2019–present)
- Jane De Leon (2019–present)
- TJ Monterde (2019–present)
- Francine Diaz (2019–present)
- Gillian Vicencio (2019–present)
- Jin Macapagal (2019–present)
- Elaine Duran (2020–present)
- Catriona Gray* (2020; 2021–present)
- Lance Carr (2020–present)
- Tan Roncal (2020–present)
- Ashley del Mundo (2020–present)
- Heart Salvador (2020–present)
- Cydel Gabutero (2020–present)
- Isang Manlapaz (2020–present)
- Kendra Aguirre (2020–present)
- BINI (2020–present)
- BGYO (2021–present)
- Sam Cruz (2021–present)
- KD Estrada (2021–present)
- Anji Salvacion (2021–present)
- Diego Gutierrez (2021–present)
- Adrian Alandy (1999–2003)
- AJ Perez† (2008–2011)
- Aldred Gatchalian (2006–2009)
- Alwyn Uytingco (1996–2006)
- Alex Gonzaga-Morada (2013–2020; temporarily returned to TV5 Network)
- Amy Perez-Castillo (1996–2003; focused on It's Showtime)
- Anna Fegi (1999–2005; began performing internationally)
- Anna Luna (2013–2015)
- Anna Larrucea (1995–2003)
- Andrea del Rosario (1995–2001)
- Andi Eigenmann (2010–2016)
- Angelika Dela Cruz-Casareo (1995–1999; 2003–2008; returned to GMA Network)
- Angelu de Leon (1995–1996)
- Anjo Yllana (1996–1998; moved to GMA Network)
- Antoinette Taus (1995–1996; 2015–2016)
- Ariel Rivera (1995–2003)
- Bangs Garcia (2007–2014)
- Bianca King (2016–2019; quit showbiz)
- Baron Geisler (1995–2005)
- Bernard Palanca (1996–2006)
- Beauty Gonzalez-Crisologo (2008–2020; temporarily returned to TV5 Network)
- Billy Crawford (2008–2020; temporarily moved to TV5 Network)
- Bojo Molina (1995–2000)
- Bugoy Cariño (2010–2017)
- Cristine Reyes (2008–2019)
- Camille Prats-Yambao (1995–2002; moved to GMA Network)
- Carlos Agassi (1996–2006; moved to GMA Network)
- Carol Banawa (1997–2003)
- Carmina Villarroel-Legaspi (1995–2000; returned to GMA Network)
- Charee Pineda (2006–2013; returned to GMA Network)
- Charlene Gonzales-Muhlach (1997–2004)
- Chris Gutierrez (2006–2011)
- Christian Bautista (2004–2013; moved to GMA Network)
- Cindy Kurleto (2004–2006)
- Daryl Ong (2015–2020)
- Dionne Monsanto (2009–2021; quit showbiz)
- Dayanara Torres (1995–1998; 2017)
- Diether Ocampo (1995–2016; quit showbiz)
- Dino Imperial (2005–2010)
- Diego Loyzaga (2013–2018)
- Daniel Matsunaga (2016–2020; temporarily returned to TV5 Network)
- Dominic Ochoa (1997–2002)
- Donna Cruz (1998–2000; 2016)
- Duncan Ramos (2009–2011)
- Ellen Adarna (2014–2018; now a freelance artist)
- Ejay Falcon (2008–2020; temporarily returned to TV5 Network)
- Edgar Allan Guzman (2014–2017; returned to GMA Network)
- Edu Manzano (2001–2005)
- Francis Magundayao (2012–2017)
- Gab Valenciano (2004–2011)
- Geoff Eigenmann (2004–2007; 2016–2017; now a freelance artist)
- Giselle Toengi-Walters (1996–1999)
- Gian Barbarona (2005–2009; quit showbiz)
- Gio Alvarez (1995–1997; moved to GMA Network)
- Gladys Reyes (1995–2003)
- Glaiza de Castro (2002–2006; returned to GMA Network)
- Glydel Mercado (1995–2002)
- Hazel Ann Mendoza (2003–2009; quit showbiz)
- Heart Evangelista-Escudero (2001–2007; moved to GMA Network)
- Hero Angeles (2004–2005; 2015; now a freelance artist)
- Irish Fullerton (2006–2009; quit showbiz)
- Iya Villania-Arellano (2004–2014; returned to GMA Network)
- Ivan Dorschner (2010–2011; quit showbiz)
- Jabbawockeez (2010–2011)
- Jan Marini (1995–2003; quit showbiz)
- Janus del Prado (2000–2017)
- Jao Mapa (1995–1999)
- Jason Abalos (2005–2017; moved to GMA Network)
- Jay Manalo (1995–2002)
- Jay-R Siaboc (2007–2014)
- Jerome Sala (2005–2007)
- Janella Salvador (2013–2020; migrated to England)
- Jessa Zaragoza-Avanzado (2000–2005; returned to GMA Network)
- Jewel Mische-Kurzer (2010–2013; quit showbiz)
- Jhong Hilario (2003–2016; focused on It's Showtime)
- John Estrada (1995–2004; moved to GMA Network)
- Jerome Ponce (2013–2020; temporarily moved to TV5 Network)
- Jane Oineza (2013–2020; temporarily moved to TV5 Network)
- Jessy Mendiola-Manzano (2008–2019; moved to TV5 Network)
- John Prats (1995–2016; focused on Banana Sundae and FPJ's Ang Probinsyano)
- Jon Avila (2007–2010; quit showbiz)
- Julia Clarete (1997–2003; quit showbiz)
- Karylle (2008–2015; focused on It's Showtime)
- Khalil Ramos (2013–2020; moved to GMA Network)
- Kisses Delavin (2017–2019; moved to GMA Network)
- Kiko Estrada (2012–2014)
- Kris Aquino (1995–2004)
- Kristofer Martin (2007–2009; moved to GMA Network)
- Kuh Ledesma (1997–1999; 2003–2010; now a freelance artist)
- Lani Misalucha (1998–2000; 2007–2009; 2012–2016; moved to GMA Network)
- Lauren Young (2008–2012; moved to GMA Network)
- Louise delos Reyes (2001–2003; 2017–2019; temporarily returned to TV5 Network)
- Maja Salvador (2003–2020; temporarily moved to TV5 Network)
- Makisig Morales (2016–2017; migrated to Australia)
- Markus Paterson (2016–2020; returned to England)
- Miles Ocampo (2015–2020; temporarily moved to TV5 Network)
- Maricel Soriano (1995–2000; now a freelance artist)
- Mark Bautista (2004–2010; moved to GMA Network)
- Martin del Rosario (2007–2013; moved to GMA Network)
- Matt Evans (2006–2015)
- Matthew Mendoza (1995–2001)
- Mavy & Cassy Legaspi (2014–2016; moved to GMA Network)
- Meg Imperial (2013–2017)
- Maxine Medina (2016–2020)
- Megan Young-Daez (2009–2013; returned to GMA Network)
- Melissa Ricks (2005–2013; quit showbiz)
- Mika Dela Cruz (2013–2016; moved to GMA Network)
- Michelle Bayle (1999–2004)
- Mylene Dizon (1995–2003; returned to GMA Network)
- Myrtle Sarrosa (2012–2020; moved to GMA Network)
- Nikki Gil-Albert (2005–2015; quit showbiz)
- Nikka Valencia (1995–2000)
- Nikki Bacolod (2005–2009; now a freelance artist)
- Paolo Contis (1996–2004; moved to GMA Network)
- Paul Salas (2009–2018; returned to GMA Network)
- Paula Peralejo-Fernandez (1995–2004; quit showbiz)
- Pops Fernandez (1995–2003; returned to GMA Network)
- Princess Velasco (2010–2016; quit showbiz)
- Rachelle Ann Go-Spies (2004–2010; returned to GMA Network)
- Rafael Rosell (2002–2012)
- Rayver Cruz (2005–2018; returned to GMA Network)
- Regine Tolentino (1995–2003; 2017)
- Rica Peralejo-Bonifacio (1995–2007; quit showbiz)
- Ritz Azul (2016–2020; temporarily returned to TV5 Network)
- Richard Gomez (1995–2001)
- Rico Yan† (1995–2002)
- RJ Rosales† (2001–2004)
- Ryan Agoncillo (2001–2006; returned to GMA Network)
- Sue Ramirez (2015–2020; temporarily moved to TV5 Network)
- Sandara Park (2005–2007; returned to South Korea)
- Sheryn Regis (2004–2010; quit showbiz)
- Tom Rodriguez (2010–2012; moved to GMA Network)
- Tootsie Guevara (1997–2003)
- Venus Raj (2011–2013)
- Victor Basa (2006–2011; quit showbiz)
- Wendy Valdez (2006–2010; quit showbiz)
- Wowie de Guzman (1995–2001)
For most of its broadcast history ASAP was broadcast through ABS-CBN from its premiere in 1995 to 2020. Following the shutdown of ABS-CBN due to its franchise non-renewal in mid-2020, ASAP moved to ABS-CBN Corporation's pay television network Kapamilya Channel with simulcasts of the variety show available in Jeepney TV. In October 2020, the show made it's free TV return on A2Z Since January 24, 2021, ASAP started it's simulcasts on TV5.
- The Greatest Showdown
- New Gen DIVAS
Licensing and merchandiseEdit
ASAP Music is the record label of ASAP, distributed by Star Music. The label has released a tribute compilation album to OPM classic pop-rock band, Hotdog. It has also released soundtracks of ABS-CBN TV series Sana Maulit Muli, My Girl and Your Song presents: My Only Hope—all of which starred Kim Chiu and Gerald Anderson. It has also released dance compilations for the defunct segment "Ultimate Dance 4" and the current segment "Supah Dance Plus". All of which contain original remixes and dance songs. Here is a list of albums released by the label:
ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice AwardsEdit
ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice Awards is an annual award show which is held on a Sunday afternoon during ASAP variety show every end of the year, usually November or December. It honors the year's biggest television, movie, and music acts, as voted by Kapamilya fans. In November 2015, the ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice Awards is changed to ASAP Pop Teen Choice Awards.
ASAP Fanatic is the first variety show for teens aired every Sunday afternoon after ASAP Mania on ABS-CBN in the Philippines. It showcases select teen celebrities of the network, which features production numbers like Full Circle including the winners of Star Circle Quest, TV Idol, Qpids, Pinoy Big Brother evicted housemates and ABS-CBN Star Magic talents as well. It ran from May 23, 2004 to June 25, 2006 and was replaced by Love Spell on its timeslot. 
- ASAP Lifestyle - ASAP's clothing line, available through BUM boutiques in the Philippines.
- ASAP Bookazine - ASAP's book-magazine, and the first ever book-magazine released by a Philippine TV show.
- ASAP Online - ASAP's official website, where viewers, fans and supporters can view information about the show, read fun facts about the cast, get an update on the events and lifestyle, view photos and videos on-set, send their requests to artists, and even chat with them.
- ASAP Remix - A "throwback" spin-off musical variety show aired on cable channel Jeepney TV every Sunday from 12:30 AM to 2:00 AM, just hours before the latest ASAP episode that will air on ABS-CBN. It features selected memorable production numbers featuring the entire ASAP cast with special guests for the past 20 years.
- ASAP Natin 'To - airing of the previous week's ASAP episode is aired on Kapamilya Channel, Kapamilya Online Live, A2Z, Jeepney TV and TV5 every Sunday from 12:00 NN to 2:00 PM.
Studios used by ASAPEdit
- Delta Theatre (February 5, 1995–early 1997)
- ABS-CBN Studio 10 (March 1997–present)
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|2012||Most Promising Recording/Performing Group||ASAP Boys R Boys||Won|
|2015||PMPC Star Awards for Television||Best Musical Variety Show||2016 PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Musical Variety Show||Won|
|2018||PMPC Star Awards for Television||Best Musical Variety Show Hall Of Fame||2018 PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Musical Variety Show Hall Of Fame||Won|
- List of programs broadcast by ABS-CBN
- List of programs broadcast by Kapamilya Channel
- List of programs broadcast by Kapamilya Online Live
- List of programs broadcast by Jeepney TV
- List of programs broadcast by A2Z (Philippine TV channel)
- List of programs broadcast by TV5 (Philippine TV network)
- Kapamilya Channel
- Kapamilya Online Live
- Jeepney TV
- Star Magic
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