Remove or reduce airtime for comedy and game segments in GMA-7's All-Out Sundays

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All-Out Sundays is a noontime musical variety/comedy show by GMA Network. They have been banking with the comedy genre at noontime since the show's predecessor, Sunday PinaSaya changed the network's Sunday noontime by incorporating comedy skits. Unfortunately, at the same time, forcing the network's then prime singers like Jaya, Jona, Kyla, Singer-Songwriter Ogie Alcasid and eventually, Asia's Songbird, Ms. Regine Velasquez-Alcasid to go into exodus due to lack of work after the Kapuso network gave up on pure musical variety genre five years ago with the cancellation of Sunday All Stars.

With the emergence of singers they have found from their singing competition, The Clash (now premiering its third season), known as "Clashers," the network starred rebuilding their roster of performers by adding their top finalists as regulars after the culmination of the competition's first season to their former Sunday turned Saturday primetime musical variety program, Studio 7, they have since then, gained lots of exposures, post-competition training with their singing performances, and collaborations with the network's remaining high-caliber performers, Aicelle Santos, Christian Bautista, Mark Bautista, and Julie Anne San Jose. To add, Studio 7 proved the network's greatly improved musical variety production from their long history of Sunday noontime variety counterparts that included SOP (1997-2010), Party Pilipinas (2010-2013), and SAS (2013-2015) sans the game segments that were still included in the last two defunct variety programs abovementioned. The avid viewers of network's musical variety offering are wishing for the same treatment these young, newbie singers and other recording artists from GMA Music like Hannah Precillas (champion of Bet Ng Bayan) have experienced from the former primetime musical and Sunday noontime variety programs. But with the current musicomedy format of All-Out Sundays, musical performances showcasing them are only LIMITED to the OPENING PROD, and ONLY two pure musical segments but with very limited airtime for an up to TWO AND A HALF HOUR PROGRAM: mainly All-Out Stage and Four The Win, and are outshadowed by the length of comedy and parlor game segments. The fast-rising RitKen loveteam and Paolo Contis' "Sana All: Hugot from the Heart" segment also features some of their singers to perform in-between reenactments of a certain love situation but with the same limited airtime as well.

With this, the petition to SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCE or even SCRAP the current variety show's non-musical segments which includes a slew of parlor games and comedy skits (adopted from their predecessor) with emphasis to MORE DANCING AND SINGING  PRODUCTION NUMBERS in benefit of the network's roster of new and veteran performers is made. The network already has a healthy number of comedy programs and sitcoms every weekend thus AOS must focus more on shaping homegrown performers, especially the ones they have found from their talent/singing competitions and boosting their performing careers in this show as their main platform.