Eight Kapamilya idols will push their limits in the newest talent-reality show “I Can Do That,” premiering outside the Philippines, March 11 on The Filipino Channel (TFC) and streaming simulcast its airing on ABS-CBN in the Philippines via TFC.tv in key countries worldwide.
The eight I CANdidates will perform unique talents that can range from the hilarious, nerve-wracking, or simply extraordinary.
The female I CANdidates who accepted the challenge are actress and Jiu Jitsu enthusiast Cristine Reyes, actress and in-demand cover girl Arci Muñoz, singer-actress Sue Ramirez, and host-comedienne Pokwang.
Meantime, the male I CANdidates who did not back down from the challenge are theater actor and TV heartthrob JC Santos, singer-dancer Gab Valenciano, comedian Wacky Kiray, and model-actor and foot player Daniel Matsunaga.
The Philippine version of “I Can Do That” will be hosted by Robi Domingo and Alex Gonzaga.
Every week, the I CANdidates will perform extraordinary acts in pairs. The fun begins when different groups of professional performers demonstrate a variety of acts that I CANdidates have never done before.
If the I CANdidates think they can do the demonstrated act, they will make their way down the stairs towards the performers. The first to reach the fourth and last step will be locked in to perform the act and will get to choose the other I CANdidate who will help him or her make a winning performance
Given only one week to practice, the I CANdidates should be able to perform their assigned act and entertain the audience.
The weekly winner will be determined by the combined scores culled from the individual scores given by the other I CANdidates and the points from the audience vote. The beginning of the rehearsals proved to be immensely challenging for I CANdidates, both physically and emotionally. In fact, Matsunaga got hit by the props he was required to use for an act during the rehearsals.
“I Can Do That” was developed by Israel’s Armoza Formats, with local versions in 20 countries, including the United States, which named singer Nicole Scherzinger its first winner called the Greatest Entertainer.
What challenges will force the I CANdidates out of their comfort zones? Will the goal of winning take a toll on the I CANdidates’ camaraderie?
Find out who among the eight I CANdidates will be hailed the first Greatest Entertainer in “I Can Do That” via TFC. The premiere will be streamed simulcast its ABS-CBN airing via TFC online (TFC.tv) on March 11 at 12 at 9:45 p.m. (Manila Time). Catch up episodes will be available via TFC online (TFC.tv) and TFC IPTV.
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