Home / Home Pinoy Tambayan Lambingan Serials Episodes / List of programs broadcast by GMA Network

List of programs broadcast by GMA Network

List of programs broadcast by GMA Network

List of programs broadcast by GMA Network

GMA Network (Global Media Arts or simply GMA) is a major commercial television and radio network in the Philippines that is owned by GMA Network Inc. a publicly listed company. Headquartered on GMA Network CenterDilimanQuezon City. The following is a list of all television programming that GMA Network is currently broadcasting since it began its television operations in 1961.

Newscasts are produced by GMA News. Documentaries, informative, reality and public affairs programs are produced by GMA Public Affairs. While the rest are produced by GMA Entertainment Content Group[1] except when noted.

For the previously aired defunct programs of GMA Network, see list of programs aired by GMA Network.

Current programming

Mike Enriquez, anchor of the newscast show, 24 Oras, and host of the investigative documentary show, Imbestigador

Marian Rivera, lead actress of the fantasy drama series Super Ma’am, and host of the variety show Sunday PinaSaya and the drama anthology show Tadhana

Lovi Poe, lead actress of the romantic drama series, The One That Got Away

Alden Richards, co-host of the variety shows Eat Bulaga and Sunday PinaSaya

Eugene Domingo, lead actress of the comedy anthology show Dear Uge, and host of the game show Celebrity Bluff

Regine Velasquez, host of the talk show, Sarap Diva

Jessica Soho, host of the magazine show, Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho

Note: Titles are listed in alphabetical order followed by the year of debut in parentheses.

Newscast

Drama

Local

Primetime
Daytime
Weekends

Foreign

Variety

Comedy

Talk

Game

Documentary / magazine

Public affairs

Informative

Cooking

  • Del Monte Kitchenomics (1995, produced by Del Monte Philippines)[4]

Religious

Animated

Weekdays
Weekends

Film and special presentation

  • Kapuso Movie Festival (2006)[2]
  • True Horror Stories (2017)[3]
  • SNBO (1997)[4]

Regional programming

Note: Titles are listed in alphabetical order followed by the year of debut and region/s where the show airs in parentheses.

Newscast
Public affairs
Short segment
  • People, Places & Events (Dagupan)
Religious
  • Word of God (Dagupan)
Film and special presentation
  • Kadayawan Festival (Davao)
  • Sabado Box Office Hits (Cebu and Davao)
  • Siete Palabras at the Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral (Cebu)
  • Siete Palabras at the San Pedro Cathedral (Davao)
  • Sinulog Festival (Cebu)

Future programming

Note: Titles are listed in alphabetical order followed by the year of debut in parentheses.

Drama

Reality