German Moreno Studio

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German Moreno Studio
Former namesGMA Studio 6
General information
TypeTelevision studio
LocationGMA Network Studio Annex, Quezon City, Metro Manila
Construction started2006
InauguratedOctober 17, 2008 (as Studio 6) October 4, 2018 (as German Moreno Studio)
RenovatedSeptember 2019
CostPhp300-400 million Php65 million (renovation)
OwnerGMA Network Inc.
Technical details
Floor area638 square meters
Other information
Seating capacity600-1000

German Moreno Studio (formerly Studio 6) is a state-of-the art television studio of GMA Network located in GMA Network Center, Quezon City, Philippines. It is one of the two studios in GMA Network Studio Annex that built on 2006.[1] The studio occupies 638-square meter of area and can accomodate up to 1000 after its renovation on 2019.[2]

The renovation took a month to complete and costs more than P30-65 million due to the new robotic cameras, LED walls, and LED floors. The studio was renovated by the help of Wowowin host, Willie Revillame. Wowowin is one of the tenants of the studio, its taping on the newly renovated studio was started on September 27.[3]

The studio was renamed to commemorate the late Master Showman, German "Kuya Germs" Moreno on its 85th birthday on October 4, 2018. The event was attended by Kuya Germs' talents and friends like Jak Roberto, Sanya Lopez, Jake Vargas, Ken Chan, Tina Paner, Jestoni Alarcon, Jackie Lou Blanco, Sheryl Cruz, Renz Valerio, Marika Sasaki, Will Ashley, and many more.

Shows Produced in Studio

  • Wowowin (2016-present)
  • Sarap 'Di Ba? (2018-present)
  • Bubble Gang (2008-present)
  • IBilib (2012-present)


  1. "Star-studded gala marks GMA Network Studios inauguration".
  2. "GMA Network opens studio annex". GMA News Online.
  3. "Studio ng GMA Network, ipapangalan kay German Moreno".

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