Arriba, Arriba! (lit. 'Up, Up!') is a Philippine sitcom and sketch comedy that aired from ABS-CBN from December 9, 2000 to August 9, 2003, replacing Oki Doki Doc and was replaced by Home Along da Airport. starring Jolina Magdangal with Camille Prats, Ai-Ai delas Alas, Heart Evangelista, Sandy Andolong, John Lapus, Rufa Mae Quinto, and Johnny Delgado. It re-aired on Jeepney TV.
|Directed by||John-D Lazatin|
|Opening theme||"Arriba, Arriba!" by Jolina Magdangal (2000–2002)/Heart Evangelista (2002–2003)|
|Country of origin||Philippines|
|No. of episodes||137|
|Executive producer||Nini Patricia S. Collada|
|Running time||1 hour|
|Original release||December 9, 2000 –|
August 9, 2003
- Jolina Magdangal as Winona Arriba
- Camille Prats as Biba Arriba
- Ai-Ai delas Alas as Venus Arriba
- Edgar Mortiz as Solomon Divino "Sodi" Arriba
- Johnny Delgado as Yani Makalupa
- Sandy Andolong as Isabel "Mamsi" Arriba
- Heart Evangelista as Monina Arriba
- John Lapus as Sweet
- Rufa Mae Quinto as Jenny
- Danilo Barrios as Tommy Gil Puyat
- Bentong as Steven
- Hyubs Azarcon as Atong
- "Da Wedding"
- Jolina Magdangal left the show in 2002 to move to GMA Network, leaving her home network for 10 years. Heart Evangelista replaced her as Venus' long lost daughter, Monina. Jolina finally returned to ABS-CBN in 2014.
- The opening song is a parody of I Say a Little Prayer by Dionne Warwick later covered by Aretha Franklin.