Princess in the Palace
Princess in the Palace is a Philippine television drama comedy series broadcast by GMA Network. Directed by Mike Tuviera, it stars Ryzza Mae Dizon, Aiza Seguerra, Eula Valdez, it premiered on September 21, 2015 replacing The Ryzza Mae Show and worldwide on GMA Pinoy TV. The series concluded on June 2016 with a total of 187 episodes, it was replaced by Calle Siete in its timeslot. This serves as Dizon's first drama series after starring in films My Little Bossings and My Big Bossing. Princess Cruz, is found following an accident and adopted by Leonora Clarissa Jacinto, the President of the Philippines. Lead castRyzza Mae Dizon as Princess Cruz/Princess Jacinto Aiza Seguerra as PSG. Josephine "Joey" David Eula Valdez as President Leonora Clarissa "Leona" Jacinto-GonzagaSupporting castChristian Vasquez as Oliver Gonzaga Allen Dizon az Alejandro'Lejan' Dominguez Marc Abaya as Rafael Jacinto Ciara Sotto as Daphne Jacinto Ces Quesada as Nanay Luz Boots Anson-Roa as Victorina Jacinto Kitkat as Portia Rocky Salumbides as Samuel Miggy Jimenez as Joaquin Jacinto Lianne Valentin as Karen Hailey Lim as Tara Joey Paras as Georgina Veloso Vincent de Jesus as Kwini Dante Rivero as Thomas "Tomas" Cruz Lito Legaspi as Manuel GonzagaRecurring castNeil Perez as Timoteo delos Santos Kiko Estrada as Ikot Castro Andrea del Rosario as Diana Marquez Gabby Eigenmann as Renato Lui Manansala as Lola Senen Patani Daño as Lily Rodjun Cruz as Kenneth Valeen Montenegro as Gwen Dizon Nadine Samonte as Judy Cruz Maine Mendoza as Elizabeth "Elize" Ricardo Chanda Romero as Pilar Buenaventura Afi Africa as TweetyGuest castMona Louise Rey as Clara Yassi Pressman as Perla Rhen Escaño as young Leonora Mosang as Jacqueline Flores Katigbak-Vanderbilt Luigi Fernando as Senator Ramos Andrea Sigrid as Karen's Teacher Chinggoy Alonzo as Senator Carlos Jacinto Jenny Miller as Ms. Cordova Kate Lapuz as Valerie Tengco Gilleth Sandico as Elsie Toby Alejar as Miguel Kiel Rodriguez as Francis Bandilla Janvier Daily as Ato According to AGB Nielsen Philippines' Mega Manila household television ratings, the pilot episode of Princess in the Palace earned an 18.9% rating.
While the final episode scored a 12.4% rating. Princess in the Palace on IMDb
Muling Buksan ang Puso
Muling Buksan ang Puso is a 2013 Philippine melodrama television series, directed by Nuel C. Naval and Manny Q. Palo, starring an ensemble cast spanning three generations led by Julia Montes, Enrique Gil, Enchong Dee in a heart-wrenching story about the beauty and the dark side of love; the series aired on ABS-CBN's Primetime Bida evening block and worldwide on The Filipino Channel from July 8, 2013 to October 4, 2013, replacing Apoy Sa Dagat. Julia Montes as Sarah Beltran-Dela Vega / Sarah B. Salazar-Dela Vega / Sarah B. Dela Vega Enrique Gil as Francisco "Francis" B. Dela Vega / Francisco "Francis" Andrada / Francisco "Francis" Beltran Enchong Dee as Leonel Bernardo Beltran / Leonel Bernardo B. Cabigas Susan Roces as Doña Adelina Laurel-Beltran Pilar Pilapil as Elvira Santelices Dante Rivero as Bernardo Beltran Cherie Gil as Marietta Beltran Agot Isidro as Carissa Beltran-Dela Vega Jestoni Alarcon as Nicholas Salazar / Ricardo Espinosa Daniel Fernando as Ignacio Andrada Dominic Ochoa as Edmund Dela Vega Malou Crisologo as Lavida Salvacion Jane Oineza as Natalia Mercado Matt Evans as Pancho Mercado Pooh as Xenon Mercado Bon Vidar as Mayor Maritess Joaquin as Governor Paolo O'Hara as Simeon Ydda Yaneza as Ika Manlapas Jong Cuenco as Atty.
San Pedro Menggie Cobarrubias as Arturo Rivera Froilan Sales Christopher de Leon as Anton "El Patron" Silvestre / Anton Cabigas Bembol Roco as Ernie Cabigas Dimples Romana as young Adelina Laurel-Beltran Iza Calzado as young Elvira Santelices Joem Bascon as young Bernardo Beltran Belle Mariano as young Sarah Beltran Lukas Magallano as young Francis Dela Vega Joaquin Reyes as young Leonel Beltran Bryan Santos as young Anton Silvestre / Anton Cabigas Initially, Muling Buksan ang Puso was planned to be premiered back-to-back with Got to Believe on July 8, 2013, replacing Apoy Sa Dagat and Missing You. But due to the request of Koreanovela fans and the postponement of Got to Believe in favor of Korean drama That Winter, the Wind Blows, it was first premiered in the 8:30-9:15pm timeslot instead, taking over the timeslot occupied by Huwag Ka Lang Mawawala. On August 26, 2013, the series moved to the original 9:15-10:00pm timeslot to give way for Got to Believe. Amalia Fuentes was part of the cast to play Elvira, but due to misconception of her role, she dropped it, she was replaced by Pilar Pilapil.
After dropping her role on the said TV series, she had a special participation role in the critically acclaimed TV series Huwag Ka Lang Mawawala top billed by Judy Ann Santos. The main theme song is called "Muling Buksan ang Puso" and has three versions, two are sung as a solo by singers Lani Misalucha and Erik Santos, while the third as a duet; the song was sung by Basil Valdez for a 1985 Serialized Comic to film, starring Vilma Santos and Lorna Tolentino. Other singers provided revivals of many Philippine hit songs for the soundtrack. Charice sang a cover of the song "Yakap" by Filipino-Spanish singer Júnior. Angeline Quinto covered the song "Dapat Ka Bang Mahalin?", by Sharon Cuneta. Juris provided a revival of "Paano Kita Mapasasalamatan?" popularized by Kuh Ledesma. Jed Madela sings "Sinasamba Kita", by Rey Valera; the soundtrack album was released by Star Records on July 31, 2013. Muling Buksan ang Puso has captivated more viewers nationwide after it hit its all-time high national TV ratings of 30.4% on July 24, 2013 based on data from Kantar Media Philippines covering urban and rural homes nationwide.
During its 8:30pm airing, it peaked 32.7% on August 2, 2013. On its 9:15pm timeslot, it peaked 25.7% on its finale episode on October 4, 2013. The series ranked 10th in the Top 15 programs from January to December 2013 based on year round data from Kantar Media Philippines with an average rating of 30.4%. Muling Buksan ang Puso and casts were nominated at the PMPC Star Awards for TV, an annual award giving body recognizing the outstanding programming produced by the several TV networks in the Philippines every year. Malaysia Kenya 1st October to 16th November 2018 List of programs broadcast by ABS-CBN List of telenovelas of ABS-CBN
Walang Hanggan (2012 TV series)
Walang Hanggan is a 2012 Philippine romantic melodrama television series loosely based on the 1991 Gomez-Zulueta film Hihintayin Kita Sa Langit, a classic film based on the Emily Brontë novel Wuthering Heights. It is topbilled by Coco Martin, Julia Montes, Dawn Zulueta and Richard Gomez, together with an ensemble cast; the series was aired on ABS-CBN's Primetime Bida evening block and worldwide on The Filipino Channel from January 16, 2012 to October 26, 2012, replacing Nasaan Ka, Elisa?. The classic drama became a huge hit and maintains the top spot in viewer ratings for most of its run, with its finale episode on October 26, 2012 attaining the highest rating of 45.4% nationwide. The story spans three generations. Cruz sisters Henya and Margaret vie for the love of Joseph Montenegro in the fictional province of Olivarez. Henya had to sacrifice everything to let Margaret live a better life with Joseph. Around two decades Margaret and Joseph's son Marco Montenegro develops feelings for Emily Cardenas, a daughter of a worker in their plantation.
However, numerous circumstances and Margaret's haughtiness towards Emily prompts Marco to marry rich banker Jane Bonifacio, much to Emily's detriment. It fuels the Henya-Margaret rivalry more when Marco migrates to the United States after Emily shuns him when he tries to explain. Meanwhile, laborer William Alcantara settle in Olivarez with his children Tomas, he adopts a street boy named Daniel while working at the Cruz family business, where Manang Henya assumes a role as his adoptive grandmother. Daniel plays around with Katerina but they develop a friendship over the next several years. Marco and Jane return home with their children Johanna and Nathan, with the latter becoming interested in Katerina as well. Margaret and Manang Henya's rivalry affects the children. Emily reemerges with a plan to avenge her woes by taking all the shares in the business. At the same time and Nathan schemes to get Daniel out of the way so the latter can marry Katerina. After Tomas stabs Daniel, Emily saves him and they escape to live in Italy as Emily and Daniel Guidotti.
Emily and Daniel returns to the Philippines after learning that Nathan and Katerina are going to be married. However, Daniel fails to arrive in time to stop the wedding, they open an import-export business and plan their own counter-strike against the Montenegros. Daniel is revealed to be Marco and Emily's biological son. However, things take a nasty turn when Emily's assistant Miguel Ramos steal all the company's funds and puts it in bankruptcy, while Jane dies in a plane crash. Having lost their business empire and Daniel work on their own day jobs as Tomas and Nathan try to make their lives miserable. Jane's cousin Jean appears and takes over the bank that figured in the collapse of the Cruz family business. Under a cover identity named Black Lily, Jean meddles in Emily and Marco's relationship as the lovers get engaged. Jean is unmasked as Jane and Miguel kills her for good. Although married to Nathan, Katerina realizes she still has feelings for Daniel, but attempts to see him in secret; when things go too far for Nathan's taste, he abducts and rapes Katerina and she became pregnant.
She runs away to hide in a far-off location, prompting Daniel to persevere in finding her. Whilst hiding from Nathan, Katerina discovers. During the search for finding Katerina and Nathan gets into a heated fistfight at a parking lot where Nathan stabbed himself to frame up Daniel. Despite the fact that Johanna knows the truth, Daniel was still imprisoned for frustrated murder, but was freed. Margaret admits that Katerina and Nathan's wedding was a sham because the priest did not have the authority to officiate. After another series of twists, Nathan is committed to a psychiatric hospital. Emily and Marco get married in the United States, followed by Daniel and Katerina in the Philippines. Daniel face off in a final showdown with Tomas and Miguel, resulting in the latter shooting Katerina and Daniel and the couple ends up in the hospital. Marco kills Miguel. Katerina dies in the hospital, as Daniel mourns for a long time at her grave, Tomas blames him for his sister's death and kills him, much to the anguish and sadness of Emily and Manang Henya.
In the epilogue, Manang Henya and Margaret reconcile while thinking about Daniel and Katerina being reunited in the afterlife. Emily and Marco have their own baby, named Daniel II. Tomas is sentenced to life imprisonment. Nathan moves back with his family. Several years another couple visits the Montenegro mansion during a Christmas gathering where Daniel II meets the couple's daughter named Catherine; the story ends with Daniel and Katerina live ever after in heaven. Coco Martin as Daniel Montenegro / Daniel Guidotti Julia Montes as Katerina Alcantara-Montenegro / Katerina Alcantara-Guidotti Dawn Zulueta as Emily Cardenas-Guidotti / Emily Cardenas-Montenegro Richard Gomez as Marco Montenegro Helen Gamboa as Doña Margaret Cruz-Montenegro Susan Roces as Virginia "Manang Henya" Cruz Paulo Avelino as Nathaniel "Nathan" Montenegro Melissa Ricks as Patricia "Johanna Montenegro" Bonifacio Joem Bascon as Tomas Alcantara Rita Avila / Eula Valdez as Jane Bonifacio-Montenegro / Jean "Black Lily" Bonifacio Nonie Buencamino as Miguel Ramos Shamaine Buencamino as Luisa Alcantara / Luisa Reyes Ogie Diaz as Kenneth Arlene Muhlach as Perla John Medina as James Ocampo Richard Yap as Henry de Dios Eda Nolan as Lorraine Delgado Ivan Morales as David Conde Froilan Sales as Hugo Rivera Lui Ma
Luna Mystika is a Philippine television drama fantasy series broadcast by GMA Network. Directed by Michael Tuviera and Gil Tejada Jr. it stars Heart Evangelista and Mark Anthony Fernandez. It premiered on November 17, 2008 on the network's Telebabad line up replacing Codename: Asero and worldwide on November 19, 2008 on GMA Pinoy TV; the series concluded on March 2009 with a total of 80 episodes. It was replaced by All About Eve in its timeslot; the series' sequel Luna Blanca was broadcast in 2012. Lead castHeart Evangelista as Luna Sagrado-Samaniego and Celestina Sagrado Mark Anthony Fernandez as Dexter SamaniegoSupporting castDante Rivero as Joaquin Sagrado / Agnon Chanda Romero as Benita Sagrado Sheryl Cruz as Alice Sagrado Romnick Sarmenta as Dominic Rita Avila as Diana Sagrado Gardo Versoza as Dante / Sikano Ariel Rivera as Simon / Ybarra Montecillo Iwa Moto as Donita Sagrado Luis Alandy as Andoy Kris Bernal as Malou Aljur Abrenica as Libado Hero Angeles as Alguwas Bearwin Meily as Bikodong John Lapus as Karya Mark Herras as Kamilo Michelle Madrigal as Anata Pauleen Luna as Adita Ces Quesada as Gina Mosang as Piryang Marky Lopez as Efren Jade Lopez as Susing Paulo Avelino as Johnny Prince Stefan as Henry Jace Flores as LucasRecurring castEagle Riggs as Engkanto Jenny Miller as Aligwa Christian Vasquez Felix Roco as Engkanto Sheree Bautista as Engkanto Mura as EngkantoGuest castMark Herras as Kamilo Melissa Mendez as Bessie Hayden Kho, Jr. as Jonas Beth Tamayo as Lanie Samaniego Joseph Izon as Simon's assistant Joseph Bitangcol as Aldred Sandy Talag as young Luna and Celestina Andrew Muhlach as young Dexter Byron Ortile as young Andoy Jin Feng as young Donita According to AGB Nielsen Philippines' Mega Manila household television ratings, the pilot episode of Luna Mystika earned a 38.9% rating.
While the final episode scored a 37.3% rating. Luna Mystika on IMDb
Luna Blanca is a 2012 Philippine television drama fantasy series broadcast by GMA Network. The series is the sequel of the 2008 television series Luna Mystika. Directed by Dominic Zapata, it stars Jillian Ward, Mona Louise Rey, Bea Binene, Barbie Forteza, Bianca King and Heart Evangelista, it premiered on May 21, 2012 on the network's Telebabad line up replacing Biritera and worldwide on May 23, 2012 on GMA Pinoy TV. The series concluded on October 2012 with a total of 115 episodes, it was replaced by Temptation of Wife in its timeslot. Main castJillian Ward, Bea Binene and Bianca King as Luna Sandoval / Luna de Jesus / Cara Amor Montecines Mona Louise Rey, Barbie Forteza and Heart Evangelista as Blanca Sandoval Buenaluz Camille Prats and Lani Mercado as Rowena Sandoval Raymart Santiago and Christopher de Leon as Luis Buenaluz Chynna Ortaleza and Carmi Martin as Divine Alvarez-Buenaluz Marissa Delgado as Consuelo Buenaluz Gina Alajar as Linda De Jesus Kristofer Martin and Mark Herras as Joaquin "Aki" Alvarez Nicky Castro and Derrick Monasterio as KikoSupporting castCarlos Morales as Devolas / Diego Montecines Dante Rivero as Igme Sagrado Mercedes Cabral as Marietta Karen delos Reyes and Jenine Desiderio as Tetchie Arkin Magalona as Arkin Boots Anson-Roa as Priscilla Ryza Cenon as Ashley Alvarez Buboy Villar as Samuel "Samboy" De Jesus Allan Paule as Crispin De JesusGuest castMarco Alcaraz as Alex Dexter Doria as Eloisa Jan Marini Alano as Belen Yassi Pressman as Kate Cara Eriguel as Andrea Alvin Aragon as Boyong Marnie Lapuz as Bella Jade Lopez as Roma Bettina Carlos as Cherry Luis Alandy as Teddy Associate producer, Jonathan Pachica, said that Luna Blanca is a sequel to Luna Mystika, GMA Network's 2008 drama series, which starred Heart Evangelista.
It premiered on November 17, 2008 and concluded on March 6, 2009. The prequel's story revolves around their relationship with each other. On the other hand, the story is set 30 years, about the twin sisters and their journey toward discovering their ancestry and fulfilling their personal destinies; the connection between these two series was presented during Luna Blanca's premiere episode on May 21, 2012, where selected clips from Luna Mystika was shown while Rowena, the character played by Camille Prats, narrating a story to a bunch of children about the Sagrado family and the engkanto-blooded twins Luna and Celestina and how the latter transforms into a monster every time the full moon shines brightly at night. Lolo Igme, Rowena's grandfather portrayed by Dante Rivero and asked Rowena not to make fun of her origin again. In the story, Rowena revealed to be the last descendant of Luna Mystika, one thing she doesn't believe, because for her, the engkantos and other supernatural creatures are just myth or mere products of imagination.
Not until she raped her. Rowena's nightmares are far from over when she gives birth to an unusual twin, one with fair skin and the other one with dark complexions. Unknown to Rowena, aside from Blanca, Luna has a mystical twin shadow, the same eerie creature first unveiled in Luna Mystika. On May 2, 2012 at the story conference of the series, Cheryl Ching-Sy, the Senior Program Manager, explained that the series is a multi-generational drama, it will run for three chapters with a different line up of actors starring in each generation's story. The production is targeting a 25-week run for the series; the producer hired. Although he's busy doing two projects at that time, Zapata accepted the job, said that he loves his work, he's hardly rest, but he's not complaining because he is a certified workaholic. Zapata is for having directed top-rated shows like T. G. I. S. Mulawin, Captain Barbell, Ako si Kim Samsoon, LaLola and Grazilda. Luna Blanca consists of three prominent themes: love and mysticism. On the first chapter of the series, the story focused more on mysticism.
The first three episodes tackled the ancestry of Rowena, her connection to Luna and Celestina, the mystery behind the sudden lost of her parents, being victim of sexual assault of a supernatural being, the appearance of Luna's mystical shadow. Luna's mysterious persona doesn't reveal yet. However, the story developed into realistic drama, tackled the sufferings of Rowena's family, on raising her twins single-handedly, Luna's suffering because of discrimination and her quest in conquering her mother's love and acceptance, Lolo Igme's tragic death, the sisters huge love for each other despite their physical differences and the separation of the two. Camille Prats, one of the main characters in the series, explained that... "The message of Luna Blanca is not all about social discrimination on the basis of skin color. It is rather the inner conflict, social stigma and the self-inflicted torment that a woman experienced after being raped by a supernatural being or an Engkanto, it was an Engkanto symbolic rape because the series is set within the paradigms of its preceding story, Luna Mystika."
"The series will develop into a realistic high drama with a social message overriding the mysticism of its prequel", she added. On the second and third chapter and mysticism became the main core of the story; the "love" aspect takes place. The character Joaquin/Aki which played by Kristofer Martin and Mark Herras in the second and third book served as t
Nang Ngumiti ang Langit
Nang Ngumiti ang Langit is a 2019 Philippine drama television series starring Sophia Reola. The series premiered on ABS-CBN's PrimeTanghali noontime block and worldwide on The Filipino Channel on March 25, 2019, replacing Playhouse, competing with GMA Network's rival pre-noontime drama series Hiram na Anak; this fictional tale follows the life of a young orphan, growing up in a mansion belonging to her late mother's family, yet never accepted because they all believe her mother is an illegitimate daughter of the family patriarch, Don Gabriel Salvador with Leticia Dimaano, Mikmik's grandmother. In truth, Leticia is Don Gabriel's first wife; the story begins with Mikmik's mother, Ella Dimaano, who moves to live with her biological father, the wealthy real estate developer Don Gabriel Salvador, to fulfill her dream to attend College and become a doctor. Ella is fearful of being treated harshly by her father's wife Divina because she believes she is his illegitimate daughter with her mother. Before Ella was born, Don Gabriel was secretly married to Leticia but he leaves her for the wealthy and beautiful Divina.
Dazzled by her beauty and offer to invest in his business, Divina entices Gabriel to destroy their marriage. Heartbroken and pregnant with Ella, Leticia moves to the province raising Ella, never once seeking help from Gabriel. In the meantime, Divina instructs her lawyer and best friend Nante to destroy Gabriel's marriage records so she can marry Gabriel, their marriage is not a happy one. Unable to bear a child, Gabriel becomes a workaholic. Though they adopt a child who Divina adores, Eric, is ignored by Gabriel, who feels no connection to his adopted son; when Don Gabriel brings Ella to live with them to pursue her studies, Divina is mortified. But Eric forges a strong bond with his sister and they become each other's supporter; the kind hearted Ella is loved by the household staff and she forms a tight friendship with Ruth, the Salvador Majordomo. Her father admires her intellectual capabilities as she gets top marks in her academics. Divina despises her all the more. Ella's life turns upside down.
Her step mother changes her status in the household and makes her a maid, unaware that her father named her his heir with rights to her inheritance as his legitimate child. After the tragedy, Ella meets the pair fall in love, they keep their relationship a secret because of complications within both families: Michael is the son of David Villaluna, a building contractor whose business relationship with the Salvadors turns sour after a catastrophic disaster with one of their projects. David Villaluna is blamed for Gabriel's assassination which occurred shortly after legal and labor disputes and charges were brought against the Villalunas, although no evidence to support the allegations exists, their relationship is exposed when Katrina, Michael's former fiancé, Eric Salvador's new wife, becomes jealous of Ella. Divina promptly kicks her out of the Salvador mansion. Although Michael offers to care for Ella, fate destroys their future together when Eric arrives at the Villaluna mansion that evening and a violent fight occurs that ends tragically.
Earlier, after confronting his mother about Ella's banishment, Eric learns the truth about Ella's legitimacy and is appalled that his mother kept the truth from her. He decides to tell her the truth, but upon arriving at the Villalunas, he and Michael have a violent argument blaming each other for Ella's banishment, Eric is killed before he could tell her the truth about her legitimacy. Michael goes to prison, while Ella returns to her hometown in the province. Pregnant with Michael's child, she decides to raise her child herself, as her mother once did, away from the Salvadors and the Villalunas. Ella delivers a baby girl and names her Mikmik, they both live in Ella's childhood home in the barrio, their humble and peaceful existence is disrupted when Ella is diagnosed with an aggressive form of Leukemia. As they raise funds for Ella's chemotherapy, Mikmik discovers her mother's keepsake bag containing photographs and a letter from "E. Salvador", she assumes this is her father, believes they would help her mother with the chemotherapy.
Divina cold heartedly Ella dies not long after. After Ella's passing, despite Divina's earlier rejection, Mikmik still wants to connect with her mother's family, she is taken in by her mother's best friend Ruth, moves into the mansion as part of Ruth’s family. The significance of her identity is not lost on Katrina, creating conflict. Katrina de Leon is determined to fulfill it, she is in love with Michael Villaluna, is hopeful that marrying him will make her financially secure. The catastrophic structural collapse of the Salvador building and subsequent assassination of Gabriel Salvador changes everything when Michael's father, David Villaluna, is blamed for both disasters. Michael confronts his father and demands that they owe up to the structural collapse but his father refuses. Michael, not wanting to be part of his father's unethical practices, voices out his plans to leave the family firm since he has long wanted to venture out on his own. Katrina is adamant he remain, they quarrel, leading Michael to realize the stark differences in their respective values.
He breaks up with her. Angry, Katrina goes after Eric Salvador and marries him soon after she tells him she is pregnant. Divina, who suspects Katrina does not love Eric, ma
The Good Daughter
The Good Daughter is a 2012 Philippine television drama series broadcast by GMA Network. Directed by Mike Tuviera, it stars Kylie Padilla in the title role, it premiered on February 13, 2012 on the network's Afternoon Prime line up replacing Ikaw Lang ang Mamahalin and worldwide on February 17, 2012 on GMA Pinoy TV. The series concluded on June 2012 with a total of 78 episodes, it was replaced by Kasalanan Bang Ibigin Ka? in its timeslot. Lead castKylie Padilla as Bea Guevarra Rocco Nacino as Darwin ReyesSupporting castRaymond Bagatsing as Rico Guevarra Alicia Mayer as Sharon Reyes LJ Reyes as Frances Reyes Luz Valdez as Lourdes Atilano Angeli Nicole Sanoy as Julia Guevarra Max Collins as Ziri Claustro-Reyes Dion Ignacio as Paul Noche Ervic Vijandre as Mario Escobar Maricel Morales as Chesca Claustro Kevin Santos as Arnold Froilan Sales as Alex Dionne de Guzman as NaniaGuest castGlydel Mercado as Tina Atilano-Guevarra Lito Legaspi as Miguel Guevarra Chinggoy Alonzo as Manuel Daniella Amable as young Bea Jerould Aceron as young Darwin Joni Macnab as young Frances Charito Alvear as Fe Alvin Aragon as Mervin Benedict Campos as Hans According to AGB Nielsen Philippines' Mega Manila household television ratings, the pilot episode of The Good Daughter earned an 18.3% rating.
While the final episode scored a 28.2% rating. The Good Daughter on IMDb