100% Entertainment

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100% Entertainment
100 percent Entertainment-logo.jpg
Also known as 娛樂百分百
Yú Lè Bǎi Fèn Bǎi
Presented by Show Lo
Butterfly Chien
William Liao
Country of origin Taiwan
Original language(s) Mandarin
Taiwanese Hokkien
No. of episodes (list of episodes)
Executive producer(s)

Zhu Zhi Jie (祝志傑) (1997-2012)

Chen Meng Yue (陳盟岳) (2012-present)
Production location(s) Taipei, Taiwan
Running time 60 minutes
Original network GTV Variety Show
Original release 5 May 1997 (1997-05-05) – present
External links
100% Entertainment Website

100% Entertainment (Chinese: 娛樂百分百; pinyin: Yú Lè Bǎi Fèn Bǎi) is a Taiwanese daily entertainment news and variety show broadcast on GTV Variety Show. It is broadcast from Monday to Sunday from 18:00 to 19:00 and repeats at 01:00, 06:00 and 10:00. It is currently hosted by Show Lo, William Liao, and Butterfly Chien.[1] There is usually one or two days in a week (Tuesdays and/or Wednesdays, the days when recordings for other pre-recorded episodes actually takes place) that it is broadcast live from the recording studio, on entertainment news, sometimes with guests in attendance; the other days are pre-recorded variety specials and Sundays are repeats or other shows. There are no airings of the show on January 1.


Mondays to Fridays

  • First batch - 5 May 1997: Cai Rong Zu (蔡榮祖)
  • Second batch - 13 October 1997:He Du Lin: (何篤霖)
  • Third batch - 16 March 1998:Da S and Xiao S
    • 2000: Da S and Xiao S on leave for one month - Blackie and Ah Ya (阿雅) filled in as replacements
  • Fourth batch: August 2003:Da S, Xiao S, Blackie (and Show Lo as locum)
  • Fifth batch - 2005:Da S, Xiao S, Show Lo (and Alien Huang as locum)
    • September 2005: Xiao S on maternity leave
    • November 2005: Da S resigned
    • 17 November 2005: Alien Huang filled in as replacement whilst Xiao S on maternity leave
    • April 2006: Xiao S came back from maternity leave but resigned in August 2006
  • Sixth batch - 17 September 2006: Show Lo, Alien Huang (and Butterfly Sister (蝴蝶姐姐) as locum)
  • Seventh batch - Show Lo, Alien Huang and Linda Jian (better known as Butterfly Sister) (蝴蝶姐姐)
    • February 2011: Sister Butterfly becomes the official host and no longer a replacement.[2]
  • Eighth batch - 12 November 2012: Show Lo, Alien Huang and Linda Jian (better known as Butterfly Sister), with 威廉@ Lollipop F and Owodog @ Lollipop F as locum during Show & Alien's extended leave for their respective concert tours.
    • February 2013: Owodog and William become the official host and no longer are replacements
  • Ninth batch - 7 April 2015: Show Lo, Alien Huang and Linda Jian, with William (威廉)@ Lollipop F. (and Shanny Tu (better known as Arnold), Awayne @ Lollipop F and Mini Cai as locum)
    • Owodog did not extend his contract, and reverted to being a locum.
    • Alien takes indefinite leave of at least 2 years as a host on 6 December 2015 to concentrate as a singer and actor, will return as a guest.
  • Tenth batch - Show Lo, Alien Huang and Linda Jian, with 威廉@ Lollipop F (with Wish & Marsha of Gentlemen and Mao Di as locum and correspondent)
  • Eleventh batch - 10 April 2017 - Show Lo, Linda Jian,威廉@ Lollipop F, Wish & Marsha of Gentlemen, and Mao Di of JPM (all promoted from locum)
    • William takes indefinite leave as a host on 19 December 2017 (with his send-off episode aired on December 30, 2017) to concentrate as an actor, will return as a guest, the fact he was not on the nominated list for Golden Bell Awards twice also attributing to the decision.

Saturdays and Sundays

There are no more weekend hosts after the fourth batch, the Saturdays shows are pre-recorded, Sunday shows is a re-run of a previously pre-recorded episode.


Broadcast information[edit]

  • Taiwan - GTV Variety Show: Everyday; 18:00 to 19:00 (repeats: 01:00, 06:00 and 10:00)

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