Midnight DJ

Midnight DJ
Created by Bigtop Media Productions
Double Vision
Directed by Lore Reyes
Starring Oyo Sotto
Desiree del Valle
Jenny Miller
Erich Gonzales
Meg Imperial
Joaqui Tupas
Opening theme Huhuhu Takot Ako by Miko Pepito
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Filipino
No. of seasons 10
No. of episodes 131 (list of episodes)
Location(s) Philippines
Original network Associated Broadcasting Company (TV5) (Philippines)
Original release August 11, 2008 (2008-08-11) – March 26, 2011 (2011-03-26)
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Midnight DJ is a Filipino drama-horror television series starring Oyo Boy Sotto, who works as DJ at night and at the same time he works to find solutions to the paranormal problems of his listeners. The series debuted in 2008 on TV5, it airs every Saturday nights after Talentadong Pinoy.

Series overview

Midnight DJ is the name of a hit radio program that airs on LXFM or New City Radio. The show was originally hosted by Patrick (Paolo Contis). Six months after the original host's death, Samboy (Oyo Boy Sotto) takes over the position of Midnight DJ.

Joining Samboy are Andrea, the radio station's programming director; Trixie, the owner and station manager of LXFM; Samantha, the sweet yet spunky researcher; and Bodjie, the team's cowardly radio technician.

After one season, when Samantha leaves for the States, she is replaced by her friend, Chicklet.

Together, the team forges on to bridge the living and the dead, taking on unresolved deaths, ghosts and ghouls as they bring life to the stories that haunt the night.

Midnight DJ in its original format was directed by Lore Reyes for 10 seasons. In March 2011, Director Reyes bid farewell to the show after completing the last episode of Season 10, and is now back with his home network GMA-7.

The last season was known as Midnight DJ: Mga Tunay na Kwento ng Lagim (English: Midnight DJ: The True Story of Terror). The stories are based on real stories of horror in many parts of the Philippines.


Current Cast





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