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January, 2017

  • 21 January

    Got To Believe

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    As young Chichay (Kathryn Bernardo) unexpectedly met young Joaquin (Daniel Padilla) in their family-owned amusement fair, she taught him to believe that magic exists. However, their friendship abruptly ended as Chichay's family moved to the province while Joaquin had an almost-fatal accident which prevented him from living a normal life. Ten years later, they have literally bumped into each other but never had any idea about their childhood past.

  • 10 January

    Pangako Sa’yo

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    The story begins with the romance between Amor de Jesus (Eula Valdez) and Eduardo Buenavista (Tonton Gutierrez). Eduardo's mother, Doña Benita (Liza Lorena), opposes the relationship since Amor was a housemaid and because she wanted Eduardo to marry Claudia Zalameda (Jean Garcia) for political reasons. Doña Benita asked Eduardo's older brother, Diego (Jestoni Alarcon), who was also attracted to Amor, to separate them. Upon seeing Diego trying to rape Amor, Eduardo mistook it as them having a relationship, breaking his heart and prompts him to marry Claudia. The now-pregnant Amor was banished from the Buenavista hacienda and she returns to her mother in Manila, who was living at the Payatas dumpsite. She vows revenge on the Buenavista family when she learns that Eduardo has married Claudia.After giving birth to her daughter, María Amor (Kristine Hermosa), Amor and her friend, Lourdes (Amy Austria), survived by working in clubs. Amor caught the eye of a rich American named James Powers, who brings her to the United States. She leaves Maria Amor and her mother, Chayong (Perla Bautista), behind at the dumpsite and sends money to them from time to time. James Powers proves abusive towards Amor, forbidding her from returning home when a landslide hit the dumpsite. Amor, thinking that her mother and daughter had died, and in retaliation for all his abuses towards her, does not get her husband medical help when he suffered a stroke. James Powers dies and Amor inherits his fortune.

December, 2016

  • 19 December

    All of Me

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    Follow the story of Manuel Figueras (Albert Martinez), a devoted doctor, who decides to leave his flourishing career behind by living in an island after his wife, Dianna (Ina Raymundo) dies. While at the island, he meets Lena Dimaculangan (Yen Santos), a young woman who boldly challenges him to embrace life again, and despite their age gap, they find themselves in love. During their honeymoon in the island, a hired killer tries to kill Manuel, but he escapes death when he stumbles upon a magic portal that transforms him back to his younger self (JM de Guzman). Now, a younger Manuel who discovers that time has advanced faces another big challenge in his life – to seek revenge and win back Lena who is now happily married to his former protégé, Dr. Henry Nieves (Arron Villaflor), or forget her entirely and start a brand new chapter of his life.

  • 18 December

    The Legal Wife

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    The story revolves around Monica Santiago (Angel Locsin). Due to the past she encountered with her mother Eloisa (Rio Locsin), her life is put through the test in a whole new environment with her father Javier (Christopher de Leon), and her two brothers Javi (Joem Bascon) and Jasper (Ahron Villena). Through a set of circumstances, she will meet and fall in love with Adrian (Jericho Rosales), the man who will teach her how to love again, and the man who can also break her heart.

  • 16 December

    Pure Love

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    Pure Love is a 2014 Philippine television series based on the 2011 Korean drama 49 Days.[1][2] The series was aired on ABS-CBN and worldwide on TFC from July 7, 2014 to November 14, 2014, replacing Mirabella.

  • 16 December

    You’re My Home

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    You’re My Home is a family drama that follows the story of Gabriel Fontanilla (Richard Gomez), a government lawyer, Marian Fontanilla (Dawn Zulueta), a simple housewife, and their children Grace (Jessy Mendiola), Rahm (Sam Concepcion) and Vince (Paul Salas). Their life changes when Gabriel handles a case against Christian Vergara (JC De Vera), the son of Senator Victor Vergara. The family is thrust into a new world, a world where Gabriel needs to bend his principles, where Marian is demanded to divide her time between her children and her husband’s social functions, and where Grace is being looked down by her classmates. With this, Grace starts to rebel, leaving her family looking after her and causing the lost of her brother Vince. Days turn to weeks until Christian Vergara is pointed as the culprit of the kidnapping of Vince, but Marian blames another person for losing her son – her own husband Gabriel. This crisis leads to the separation of Gabriel and Marian. Grace witnesses the break-up of her parents and she vows that one day, she will reunite her family again. Twelve years later, Vince Fontanilla resurfaces as Ken and right away, Marian knows she has found her missing son. Will Ken be enough reason to reunite his broken family? You’re My Home is an intimate study on a family break-up and its possible reunion.

  • 16 December

    Dolce Amore

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    Serena is a young woman who was adopted by a rich Italian family. When she found herself, heading an arranged marriage, she runs away to the Philippines,. There, she meets and falls in love with Tenten, a poor and hardworking boy from Manila.

  • 16 December

    Born for You

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    Sam Kazuko (Janella Salvador) is an aspiring Filipino singer who grew up in Japan. A hopeless romantic, she believes in the concept of Red string of fate, a Japanese Belief which says that an invisible red string connects a person to their destined soulmate. On the other hand, Kevin Sebastian (Elmo Magalona), a popular teen heartthrob in the Philippines and son of an OPM icon Mike Sebastian (Ariel Rivera), who popularized the song "Born For You", doubts the authenticity of love and destiny, because of the complicated relationship of his parents. Their common love for music is what brings Sam and Kevin together, but it also becomes an obstacle to their budding romance. Sam's father, Buddy (Bernard Palanca), composed the song "Born For You" for his wife, Cathy (Vina Morales), but Marge (Ayen Munji-Laurel), the daughter of the country's richest record label owner, stole the song and gave it to Mike in hopes of saving his music career. Buddy confronted Marge, and this resulted in an accident which caused Buddy's death. Following the death of Buddy, Cathy becomes an OFW in Japan in order to support Sam and her mother, Caring (Gina Pareño). She then meets a Japanese bonsai maker who offers to marry her so that she can bring Sam to Japan. As fate would have it, Kevin goes to Japan to promote his new single for his new album. There, Sam meets Kevin as they bump into each other in the Shibuya crossing. Kevin fell in love at first sight with Sam and pursues to know her even more. Kevin and Sam grows closer as Sam helps out as Kevin's translator. When it was time for Kevin to go back to the Philippines, he tells Sam he hopes to see her again. After Kevin goes back to the Philippines, Sam decides she wants to go back to the Philippines to be a singer. In the Philippines, Sam gets a job as a "Singing Delivery Girl" where she delivers flowers and sings as well.

  • 15 December

    On the Wings of Love

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    Leah Olivar (Nadine Lustre) grew up in a very poor, but happy family. When she was 12 years old, her mother Rona (Isay Alvarez) goes to the United States to work for their family's better future. Life eventually becomes better for Leah, her sister, Tiffany (Bianca Manalo), and their father, Sol (Joel Torre). However, a tragedy changes their lives forever. For Leah, Rona's death creates a desire for her to go to the America and fulfill her mother's "American dream".Ten years later, this dream comes true as Leah gets her visa to compete in a choir competition in San Francisco, California. After the contest, Leah extends her stay in San Francisco with the intention of visiting her mother's grave, and to find a way to legally work in the United States. However to her surprise, Leah does not find her mother's grave, and as her visa expires, finding a job that will allow her to remain in the United States also becomes elusive.