Here’s an interesting article from Wikipedia about the history of the show that could explain why it’s about to end:
Pilipinas Win Na Win premiered July 31, 2010 as a response of Willie Revillame’s indefinite leave from Wowowee and the controversial row between him and Jobert Sucaldito. The main hosts were Robin Padilla and Kris Aquino. A week later after the premiere, Padilla took an indefinite leave because of Ramadan. Ratings went downhill since his leave. More co-hosts were introduced after, and a new trend of comedians hosted including Jason Gainza, Pooh, and Chokoleit. Still suffering a plague of low ratings, ABS-CBN asked Kris mid-September for her to leave the show, and so she quietly left the show without any goodbyes on September 30, 2010. Two days later on October 2, ABS-CBN officially announced four new hosts and two new co-hosts. The four hosts tagged as the “hitmakers” include Rico J. Puno, Rey Valera, Marco Sison, and Nonoy Zuñiga. The two new co-hosts include one of the three original co-hosts of Wowowee, Janelle Jamer, and a newcomer: Gazelle “Speedy Gee” Canlas of Music Uplate Live. The six new hosts with the current hosts started hosting October 4, 2010. On October 9, 2010, the “hitmaker” hosts celebrated their first week hosting Pilipinas Win Na Win. The opening featured the hosts singing “Baby”, and each host sung their own popular OPM song. Later, their co-hosts Pokwang, Valerie Concepcion, Janelle Jamer, and “Speedy Gee” gave them a certificate to congratulate their first week on the show. On November 6, 2010, the “hitmakers” celebrated their first month hosting the show.
Because PWNW is coming to an end, is it true that Willie Revillame is asking his former Wowowee co-host Valerie Concepcion, who is currently a co-host in PWNW, to join him in Willing Willie?
There’s no official statement yet from ABS-CBN to confirm if the noontime show is indeed coming to an end and what show will be introduced as replacement.