The pilot episode of TV5's newest comedy game show, "Quiet Please! Bawal ang Maingay" was well-received both by viewers and netizens last Sunday night.
Viewers were delighted to see Goma back in his element as a game show host.
Seasoned actor and game show host Richard Gomez definitely made a lot of ‘noise’ in his much-anticipated return to television as the host of TV5’s new comedy game show offering, “Quiet Please! Bawal ang Maingay”, which premiered last Sunday night, August 10. 
The special pilot episode – featuring popular celebrity players like Derek Ramsay, Alice Dixson and Goma’s closest pals Joey Marquez and Anjo Yllana –  posted very favorable viewership ratings for the Kapatid Network, with the new program’s debut noticeably eclipsing the ratings usually garnered by the TV5 programs which previously aired on the same timeslot.  
On top of this, “Quiet Please!” was also a big hit among the netizens, majority of whom expressed their delight in seeing Goma back in his usual element of hosting game shows. 
A lot more were also entertained with the program’s never-before-seen and exciting concept, where the featured contestants must accomplish a series of timed challenges—of all shapes and sizes—as quietly as possible. 
Viewers likewise enjoyed the unique tag-team combination of Goma with his co-host K Brosas, whose quick wit and outrageous commentary perfectly complemented Goma’s signature style of laid-back hosting.
With the resounding success of the TV5’s newest comedy game show program during its official debut, viewers can expect more exciting times ahead that will definitely make them join in on the “Quiet Please! Bawal ang Maingay” fever.
Tune in this Sunday, August 17 at 8:00PM as ‘Master Silencer’ Richard Gomez welcomes a new and sexy batch of celebrity players that includes Luke Jickain, Antonio Aquitania and Jomari Yllana who will go head-to-head against Petra Halimuyak, CJ Jaravata and Dianne Medina in even more exciting challenges that only “Quiet Please! Bawal ang Maingay” can deliver.

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