- Malaysia (as Satu Cinta)
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Through The Filipino Channel (TFC) in :
- Middle East
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Kay Tagal Kang Hinintay
PRESS STATEMENT FROM ABS-CBN:
MANILA - "Huwag Ka Lang Mawawala," the 2013 drama series starring Judy Ann Santos, is set to air in three international territories, producer ABS-CBN announced Friday.
The Primetime Bida series, which concluded its local run last August 23, was among the ABS-CBN programs showcased at the recent Asian Television Forum in Marina Bay Sands, Singapore.
Titled "Against All Odds" for its international audience, the soap has been sold for airing in Malaysia, Cambodia, and Vietnam.
Starring Santos as battered wife Anessa Panaligan, "Huwag Ka Lang Mawawala" was billed as an advocacy series for women's rights, as it centered on the character's journey from being a submissive partner to a powerful woman bent on revenge and reclaiming her son.
It also starred KC Concepcion, Sam Milby, Tirso Cruz III, Coney Reyes, John Estrada, Joseph Marco, Empress Schuck, and Mylene Dizon.
The series was under the direction of Malu Sevilla, Jerry Sineneng, and Tots Mariscal.
"Huwag Ka Lang Mawawala" ended its three-month run with its highest-ever rating of 32.5% across the country, according to Kantar Media, as measured using a panel size of 2,609 urban and rural homes.
"We are very glad to end 2013 with strong international sales of our drama content," ABS-CBN Head International Distribution Leng Raymundo said in a statement.
More shows going int'l
She said that apart from "Huwag Ka Lang Mawawala," two other ABS-CBN series -- "Got to Believe" and "Be Careful With My Heart" -- attracted markets at the December trade show in Singapore.
"These three dramas represent the continuous evolution of our storytelling and improved production values that are being appreciated abroad particularly in Asia and Africa," she said.
The ongoing "Got to Believe," which will air its final episode on March 7, has received numerous inquiries, with negotiations in the works, according to Raymundo.
Likewise still ongoing, "Be Careful With My Heart" has already started airing on TV3 in Malaysia, where it regularly becomes a trending topic on micro-blogging site Twitter, as in the Philippines.
The international airing of "Huwag Ka Lang Mawawala" follows several other successes of Kapamilya programs overseas.
ABS-CBN, through its International Distribution Division, has already sold over 30,000 hours of content to over 50 territories worldwide. These include "Pangako Sa'Yo," the 2000 series starring Jericho Rosales and Kristine Hermosa, which is credited as one of the most successful Philippine shows to air internationally.
Other recent Kapamilya shows that have been packaged for the international market include "Ina, Kapatid, Anak" ("Her Mother's Daughter"), "Walang Hanggan" ("My Eternal"), "Apoy sa Dagat" ("Raging Love"), "Princess and I," "Kahit Puso'y Masugatan" ("Hearts on Fire"), "Kung Ako'y Iiwan Mo" ("Without You"), and "My Binondo Girl" ("Jade").
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(Starring: Jessy Mendiola, Jake Cuenca, Jason Abalos, Vina Morales, Ariel Rivera, Vivian Velez, Nikki Gil)
- Jessy Mendiola as Maria Mercedes Sancuevas
- Jake Cuenca as Luis Sancuevas
- Jason Abalos as Clavio Mondejar
- Vina Morales as Magnolia Alegre
- Ariel Rivera as Santiago del Olmo
- Nikki Gil as Misty Delaver
- Vivian Velez as Malvina Sancuevas
GOT TO BELIEVE
(Starring: Daniel Padilla, Kathryn Bernardo, Carmina Villaroel, Ian Veneracion, Manilyn Reynes, Benjie Paras)
Supporting Cast: Christopher de Leon, Rio Locsin, Mark Gil, Joem Bascon, Thou Reyes, Ahron Villena, Vandolph Quizon, Frenchie Dy, Dionne Monsanto
1953: Dyesebel. The first person to play Dysebel on the big screen was Edna Luna in a 1953 film made by Gerry de Leon for Manuel Vistan Production/Premiere Production.
1964: Anak ni Dyesebel. The movie introduced Alona (played by Eva Montes who also played Darna in the 1965 movie Darna at ang Babaing Tuod), the daughter of Dyesebel (Edna Luna) and Fredo (Jaime dela Rosa).
1973: Dyesebel. The 1973 Dyesebel movie ("Si Dyesebel at ang Mahiwagang Kabibe") directed by Emmanuel H. Borlaza was closer to Mars Ravelo's heroine mermaid and portrayed by Ms. Vilma Santos.
1978: Sisid, Dyesebel, Sisid. In "Sisid, Dyesebel, Sisid" (1978) made by Sampaguita Pictures Dyesebel (Alma Moreno) was a mermaid born to a rich couple.
1990: Alice Dixson's Dyesebel. Perhaps the most memorable Dyesebel movie to date, this version is common that makes Dyesebel of what it is now: it was the first Dyesebel to use the "orange-colored" fishtail, which is commonly used now. She used real underwater scenes, in the aquarium, showcased a combination of her life on the water and on land, thus having mermaid-human transformations, and to show a realistic storyline on love and relationships.
1996: Dyesebel. Dyesebel is a 1996 film version Charlene Gonzales played Dyesebel with Matthew Mendoza as Fredo. It was directed by Emmanuel H. Borlaza who also directed the 1973 Dyesebel movie starring Vilma Santos.
On-screen actresses and actors
2014: ABS-CBN had announced that they will be doing a Dyesebel for 2014, It begins airing in an unspecified date. In 2014, It was announced No Other Woman's, Anne Curtis will become the next Dyesebel. Afterwards, they also announced that Gerald Anderson will join the cast as Fredo and Sam Milby as Liro.
THE NEWEST "DYESEBEL"
Anne Curtis and Sam Milby were so good at swimming like real fish in the water.
A MERMAN SOLDIER
THE MERFOLK KING
(Starring: ?? under ABS CBN Network)
We are expecting that the project will be given to Jessy Mendiola!
(Starring : Enrique Gil and Liza Soberano)
- Marissa Delgado as Doña Soledad Grande
- Luz Fernandez as Aling Garrieta
- Joey Marquez as Buboy "Papang" Calay
- Zoren Legaspi as Alexander "Alex" Grande II
- Lilet as Bettina Rosales
- Irma Adlawan as Nanay Mirasol
- Beverly Salviejo as Meg
- Sofia Andres
- Yves Flores as Andrew
- Kit Thompson as Julius San Juan
- Nonong Bangkay as Mang Banky
- Almira Muhlach
- Joj Agpangan as Clauie
- Jai Agpangan
- Marco Gumabao as JC
- CJ Navato
- Igi Boy Flores
- Darlene Vibares
- Joe Gruta
- Karen Reyes as Charlotte
- Jesse James Ongteco
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