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ASAP (first era)

1995–1997

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ASAP was premiered on February 5, 1995.

1997–2001

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Logo used from 1997 to 2001. The 1997 ASAP typeface was used 14 years later in 2015.

2001–2003

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ASAP Mania

2003

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2003–2004

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ASAP Fanatic

2004–2005

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2005–2006

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ASAP Fanatic, a spin-off of this program which air from 2004 to 2006.

Fanatic Banda Republic

2006

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In February 12, 2006, ASAP Fanatic was discontinued and reformatted as Fanatic Banda Republic which runs until March 5, 2006.

ASAP (second era)

2005

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2006–2015

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The ASAP LED/neon light and neon pixel dot logo, used from January 1, 2006 to the teaser of the show's January 4 episode first shown in January 3, 2015. This is the longest ASAP logo to be used, having used for 9 years and 2 days.

2015–2018

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On January 4, 2015, the ASAP LED/neon light and neon pixel dot logo was retired after its 9-year usage and replaced with lowercase "a" inside the red square with the text "asap" below. This marks the return of the 1997 ASAP typeface 14 years after it was last used in 2001. The trend of having anniversary number on the logo continued within 2015 as it has the number 20 on the logo to commemorate the show's 20th anniversary and ended in 2016 as since the said year, the anniversary number or the year's number is not used anymore in the logo which leaves the ASAP logo (later ASAP Natin 'To from 2018) behind.

ASAP Natin ‘To

2018–present

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The current logo is used since November 18, 2018, coinciding with the launch of the Family is Love Christmas Station ID by ABS-CBN. The logo kept the 2001 ASAP typeface. The show returned to the airwaves on June 14, 2020, one day after the launch of Kapamilya Channel. It was also aired on A2Z since October 11, 2020 and on TV5 since January 24, 2021, replacing Sunday Noontime Live! which ended due to low ratings.

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