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LOOK: Brightlight Productions teases Piolo Pascual, Maja Salvador, Billy Crawford's shows on TV5

Brightlight Productions, the company headed by former Negros Occidental representative Albee Benitez released on Sunday, October 4 teasers of its upcoming shows on TV5.

Leading the list is Sunday Noontime Live to be hosted by Catriona Gray and Piolo Pascual. The company posted behind the scene snaps from the photoshoots of Catriona, Piolo, Maja Salvador, Donny Pangilinan, and Jake Ejercito, who are also part of the show.

It will be directed by Johnny Manahan.

The noontime show will premiere on October 18.

A photo of the cast of SundayKada was also shared on the social media pages. SundayKada stars Maxine Medina, Ritz Azul, Daniel Matsunaga, and Jayson Gainza.

The show will also premiere on October 18.

Lunch Out Loud meanwhile will feature Billy Crawford, Alex Gonzaga, K Brosas, Bayani Agbayani, KC Montero, Wacky Kiray, and Macoy Dubs as hosts.

The show premieres on October 19.

Aside from the 3 shows, a sitcom, a teleserye, and a show by Korina Sanchez is also part of the line-up.

The line-up was announced last month by Benitez to several advertisers after securing blocktimer slots on the Kapatid network.

The new show lineup comes after media giant ABS-CBN was denied a franchise on July 10, forcing the network to retrench most of its employees and talents. Many of the stars in Brightlight's lineup hail from ABS-CBN.

Since its closure, ABS-CBN has focused on its digital and cable shows, while announcing that they are still working on a new line up of programs– Rappler.com