Meant to Be

Meant to Be is a Philippine romance-comedy television drama broadcast by GMA Network starring Barbie Forteza, Ken Chan, Jak Roberto, Ivan Dorschner, and Addy Raj. It premiered on January 9, 2017 on GMA Telebabad block replacing Someone to Watch Over Me.[1]   https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meant_to_Be_(TV_series)

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Princess and I (2012)

Remember when Kathryn Bernardo had 3 leading men? What I vividly remember from this serye is how they asked the viewers to participate in deciding who Mikay (Kathryn) would end up with in the show. It was either Gino (Daniel Padilla), Jao (Enrique Gil) or Kiko (Khalil Ramos). After that, the Kath and Daniel chemistry... Continue Reading →

Encantandia (2005/2016)

  This teleserye which is known all over the world is one of the few "telefantasayas" (fantasy teleserye) of our time. National Book Store even started to sell notebooks and other Encantadia merchandise because it was such a big hit. A new remake has just began to air, starring our Candy cover girl, Gabbi Garcia.... Continue Reading →

Valiente

Valiente is the longest teleserye produced by TAPE Inc. First aired on ABS-CBN from 1992 to 1995, it was moved to GMA Network from 1995 until 1997 due to a disagreement. Starring veteran actors and actresses, Valiente instantly became a household name. Its story revolves around two best friends, the rich Theo Braganza (played by... Continue Reading →

Kay Tagal Kang Hinintay

Kay Tagal Kang Hinintay was one of the most awarded teleseryes in the Philippines. With a powerful cast including Lorna Tolentino, John Lloyd Cruz, John Estrada, Edu Manzano, Jean Garcia and the late Johnny Delgado, it ruled primetime from 2001 to 2003. It told the story of twins who accidentally took each others' place. The... Continue Reading →

Villa Quintana

Villa Quintana is considered the most memorable teleserye produced by GMA Network. With Donna Cruz in the lead role, it was the first teleserye to be shown during primetime. Prior to this, teleseryes were usually shown in the afternoon. Looking for a new 'audience' other than mothers and maids, GMA launched Villa Quintana in the... Continue Reading →

Mula sa Puso

Mula sa Puso was one of most popular teleseryes in the 1990s. Featuring a star-studded cast, it ran from 1997 to 1999 for 175 episodes. It was the most watched teleserye in primetime TV for two years, with an average of 51% national ratings per week. It tells the story of Via (played by Claudine... Continue Reading →

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