100 Days to Heaven

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100 Days to Heaven
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Genre Drama, Comedy, Fantasy
Written by Shugo Praico
Crisanto Lim
Directed by Malu L. Sevilla
Jojo A. Saguin
Don M. Cuaresma
Starring Coney Reyes
Jodi Sta. Maria
Xyriel Manabat
Joel Torre
Dominic Ochoa
Smokey Manaloto
Valerie Concepcion
Rafael Rosell
Jewel Mische
Emmanuelle Vera
Neil Coleta
Louise Abuel
Rustica Carpio
Noel Trinidad
Opening theme "Mahiwaga" by Fatima Soriano with Mandaluyong Children's Choir
Ending theme "Mahiwaga" by Angeline Quinto
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Filipino
No. of episodes 140
Production
Executive producer(s) Maya Manuel-Aralar
Editor(s) Jay Mendoza
Running time 30-45 minutes
Production company(s) Dreamscape Entertainment TV
Release
Original network ABS-CBN
Picture format NTSC (480i)
Original release May 9 (2011-05-09) – November 18, 2011 (2011-11-18)
External links
Website

100 Days to Heaven is a 2011 Philippine fantasy comedy drama television series directed by Malu L. Sevilla, Jojo A. Saguin, and Don M. Cuaresma. The series stars Coney Reyes and Xyriel Manabat as Anna Manalastas, and Jodi Sta. Maria as Sophia Delgado and Trisha Manalastas, with an ensemble cast consisting of Joel Torre, Dominic Ochoa, Smokey Manaloto, Valerie Concepcion, Rafael Rosell, Jewel Mische, Emmanuelle Vera, Neil Coleta, Louise Abuel, Rustica Carpio, and Noel Trinidad in their supporting roles. The series premiered on ABS-CBN's Primetime Bida nighttime block and worldwide on TFC, replacing Mutya from May 9 to November 18, 2011, with a total of 140 episodes. It was replaced by Ikaw Ay Pag-Ibig on its timeslot.

This is Coney Reyes' first lead role after having already portrayed supporting roles in teleseryes such as Sa Puso Ko Iingatan Ka, Ysabella, and Rubi.[1]

Premise[edit]

Anna Manalastas (Coney Reyes) is the owner of a toy company she inherited from her father who died when she was in her teens. In the past, she was a smart and talented little girl who never saw her mother. Her father who threatens her whenever she tries to impress him, although the actions of her father were out of discipline. She got pregnant later in her life, and for this her father got very mad.

After giving birth, Anna gave her daughter away since she didn't think she could adequately raise the child and provide proper love and support for her. She then grows up to be mean, selfish, obnoxious and greedy due to her troubled past. Later on she died in a car accident which was planned by a couple, old employees, Bobby and Miranda. As she was going to be sent to hell, Tagabantay, the gatekeeper of heaven, gives her a second chance. She gets a chance to live again and make amends with those whom she wronged while still alive, but as a child, and for only 100 days.

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Reception[edit]

Ratings[edit]

100 Days premiered with a 32.1% rating based on Kantar Media Ratings. Since then, the show has been a constant top-rater on its timeslot. On its series finale, the show garnered an impressive 38.7%.[2] According to a survey done by Kantar Media Data, 100 Days, along with fellow ABS-CBN show, Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin, was the most watched program for the third quarter of 2011.[3]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result
2011 ASAP Pop Viewers' Choice Awards Pop Kapamilya TV Show 100 Days to Heaven Won
Pop Kapamilya TV Character Coney Reyes and Xyriel Manabat as Anna Manalastalas Nominated
Golden Screen TV Awards[4] Outstanding Original Drama Series 100 Days to Heaven Nominated
Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Drama Series Xyriel Manabat Nominated
2012 8th USTv Student's Choice Awards[5] Best Actress in a Daily Local Soap Opera Xyriel Manabat Won
Best Supporting Actress in a Daily Local Soap Opera Jodi Sta. Maria Won
Best Daily Local Soap Opera 100 Days to Heaven Won
10th Gawad TANGLAW for Television[6] Best Performance by an Actress Xyriel Manabat Won
Best Drama Series 100 Days to Heaven Won
26th PMPC Star Awards For Television[7] Best Child Performer Xyriel Manabat Won
43rd GMMSF Box-Office Entertainment Awards[8] Most Popular Male Child Performer Bugoy Carino Won
Most Popular Female Child Performer Xyriel Manabat Won
Most Popular TV Program Drama Series 100 Days to Heaven Won

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