Three women entangled in a web of vengeful passion...all in pursuit of their one and only love.
That’s the basic premise of the chilling tale of Hanggang Sa Dulo Ng Buhay Ko, which airs beginning tomorrow, July 22.
Headlined by Megan Young, Rayver Cruz, Kim Domingo, and Kris Bernal, the thrilling suspense-drama showcases a haunting love story like no other.
The series follows the story of Yvie (Megan) and Matteo (Rayver). They are childhood sweethearts who fell in love and married each other. Together with their adopted son, they happily moved into their new family home, along with Yvie’s best friend and cousin, Katya (Kim). But their bliss is quickly replaced by fear. Naomi (Kris), Matteo’s ex-girlfriend, will stop at nothing to disrupt their perfect lives—dead or alive.
Also starring in this unique series are Boots Anson Roa, Sharmaine Arnaiz, Francine Prieto, Beverly Salviejo, Denise Barbacena, Analyn Barro, Joaquin Manansala, and Euwenn Mikael Aleta.
The show’s creative team is composed of Creative Director Aloy Adlawan, Creative Head Dode Cruz, Creative Consultant Des Severino; headwriter Denoy Punio; writers Joy Borgy Danao, John Kenneth De Leon, and Brylle Tabora; and brainstormer Roda Sulit Marino.
This original series is produced by the GMA Entertainment Group headed by the group’s SVP Lilybeth G. Rasonable, VP for Drama Redgie A. Magno, AVP for Drama Cheryl Ching-Sy, Program Manager Anthony R. Pastorpide, and Executive Producer Jojo Aleta.
The series, which airs Mondays to Saturdays, after Eat Bulaga, is under the helm of Director Jorron Lee Monroy.
Kapuso viewers from across the globe can also catch their favorite Kapuso shows via GMA’s international channels GMA Pinoy TV, GMA Life TV, and GMA News TV International. For the program guide, visitwww.gmapinoytv.com.
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