Sure to keep viewers glued to the screen is the sweeping romance drama I Left My Heart in Sorsogon starring Heart Evangelista-Escudero, Paolo Contis, and Richard Yap.
Kick-starting the explosive roster of GMA Afternoon Prime programs is the remake of renowned filmmaker Ishmael Bernal's classic movie Nagbabagang Luha bannered by highly-talented artists Glaiza de Castro, Rayver Cruz, Mike Tan, and Gina Alajar. The series also introduces promising star Claire Castro.
The well-loved tandem of Rita Daniela and Ken Chan returns to the small screen on Ang Dalawang Ikaw and will be joined by Ana Vicente. Viewers are also sure to get hooked on Las Hermanas starring Yasmien Kurdi, Thea Tolentino, Faith da Silva, Jason Abalos, and Albert Martinez. A woman fights for justice and her chance for a new life against an antagonist who tries to get away with murder twice by using legal means in the riveting drama series Artikulo 247. The soap is headlined by the outstanding ensemble cast composed of Rhian Ramos, Mark Herras, Jackie Rice, and Rocco Nacino. Top-rating series Prima Donnas is all set to air its second season after receiving favorable and rave reviews from viewers during its initial run. The series stars Jillian Ward, Althea Ablan, and Sofia Pablo, together with seasoned actors Katrina Halili, Wendell Ramos, Chanda Romero, James Blanco, and Aiko Melendez. On weekends, adventure awaits audiences in the action-packed Agimat ng Agila featuring the much-awaited TV comeback of Ramon “Bong” Revilla, Jr. Joining him are Sanya Lopez, Roi Vinzon, Benjie Paras, Allen Dizon, Michelle Dee, Elizabeth Oropesa, and with the special participation of Sheryl Cruz. The program centers on every Filipino’s responsibility to guard and care for the environment—empowering viewers to be proactive stewards of nature. GMA Network gives its loyal viewers a treat with the highly-anticipated live action adaptation of the hit Japanese anime series Voltes V: Legacy. The groundbreaking project stars Miguel Tanfelix as Steve Armstrong, Ysabel Ortega as Jamie Robinson, Radson Flores as Mark Gordon, Matt Lozano as Big Bert, Raphael Landicho as Little John along with Martin del Rosario as the Boazanian Prince Zardoz and Liezel Lopez as Zandra.
GMA Public Affairs is also set to bring its biggest action-adventure series to date in Lolong. Bannered by Ruru Madrid, Lolong is inspired by the world's largest crocodile in captivity of the same name. Joining Ruru in the series are Arra San Agustin and Shaira Diaz.
More exciting programs under GMA Public Affairs await viewers. These include "Sireno," "Mask," "Version 2," "Love Comes, Love Ghosts," "Ang Babaeng Walang Pangalan," "Sikreto Ng Hardin," "Plastic Pandemic," and the revamped "Road Trip." Other upcoming programs to look forward to on GMA-7 are “The Witness,” "Maria Clara," "The Love Connection," "Little Princess," "Raising Mamay,” "Widow’s Web,” and the mini-series “Alternate” starring Kapuso Primetime King Dingdong Dantes.
GMA Heart of Asia proudly brings the critically-acclaimed Korean drama “The Penthouse” soon on Philippine TV. Set around the luxury Penthouse Apartment with 100 floors, it tells the story of wealthy families who have grand ambitions and desires for their children and would do anything for them.
Kapuso fans should also stay tuned for an enthralling line-up of hit Asian dramas: "Doctor John," "Bad Genius The Series," "The Gifted," "The Sand Princess," and "My Husband in Law." Meanwhile, Kapuso Network reinforces its tradition of bringing all-out entertainment with two new comedy shows namely “Pa-Cute Ang Ina Ko” and “The Untold Story of Philip Tampipi.” Leading the stellar lineup of game and variety shows is the much-awaited Philippine Franchise of the SBS Korea Original "Running Man Philippines." Set to entertain as well is ”Lam 'Na," a game show designed to legitimize popular stories, dissect viral news, and debunk fake news. Meanwhile, a new breed of talented artists who can make beautiful music together are also set to be discovered in “Sing For Hearts” hosted by real-life celebrity couple Mikael Daez and Megan Young.
The search for the best Clashers is back as GMA Network’s all-original musical competition returns with “The Clash Season 4.” The fun and excitement continue with "Studio Juan," "One Knife Only," "Grad Waiting," "Sa Gillage," and "Supermom." The Kapuso Network is also keeping it good with new program offerings on its second free-to-air channel GTV. Weekends are bound to get more amusing with Gen Z stars Mavy Legaspi, Lexi Gonzales, Joaquin Domagoso, and Althea Ablan on “FLEX.”
Viewers can soon catch the much-awaited on-screen team-up of real-life couple Gabbi Garcia and Khalil Ramos in the romance-mystery mini-series “Love You Stranger.” Kapuso fans should also stay tuned for other fresh doses of entertainment via "Jowa Sessions," "Boarding House," "The Write One," "Dreamland Hotel," and "Sana All." Still on GTV, don't miss out on situational comedies "Ate Girls," "Hapi and Gee," and "Basketboys." Meanwhile, sports fans and viewers eagerly anticipate the airing of the Philippines’ first athletic league – the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) – on GTV, beginning with the GMA Synergy-produced primer “Rise Up Stronger: The Road to NCAA Season 96,” to be followed by the NCAA Season 96 Opening Ceremony TV Special and sporting events “Rise Up Stronger: NCAA Season 96.”
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