The logo of the series
|Created by||Denoy Navarro-Punio|
|Developed by||Denoy Navarro-Punio|
|Directed by||Joel Lamangan
and Marvin Agustin
|Theme music composer||Rivermaya|
|Opening theme||"Hinahanap-Hanap Kita"
by Dennis Trillo
|Ending theme||"Hinahanap-Hanap Kita"
by Jolina Magdangal
|Country of origin||Philippines|
|Original language(s)||Filipino, Tagalog, English|
|No. of episodes||70|
|Executive producer(s)||Wilma Galvante|
|Location(s)||Metro Manila, Philippines
|Camera setup||Multiple-camera setup|
|Running time||30-45 minutes|
|Original channel||GMA Network|
|Picture format||480i NTSC|
|Audio format||Stereophonic sound|
|Original release||June 8, 2009– September 4, 2009|
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Adik Sa'Yo or International Title: Love Games (lit. "Addicted to You") is a Philippine romantic comedy created and developed by Denoy Navarro-Punio for GMA Network. The show premiered on June 8, 2009 under the direction of Joel Lamangan. It was originally planned to end on September 4, 2009 but was extended for another week and officially ended on September 11, 2009. The series was internationally aired with a two-day delay on GMA Pinoy TV.
Half sisters Karen (Jennica Garcia) and Joanna (Jolina Magdangal) do not get along. Karen is about to marry Carlos Manansala (Marvin Agustin), but a fortune teller named Madame Estrelitta (Dinky Doo) tells her that Carlos is not her soul mate. She runs away, with her best friend Emilene Santos (Chariz Solomon, on the day of her marriage. Karen ends up in Batangas where she meets Ruben Domingo (Dennis Trillo) who is brokenhearted over Camille (Pauleen Luna). Karen must now convince Ruben that they are soul mates.
Joanna has had a secret crush on Carlos since they went to school together, but he has never seen her in that way. They become close as she helps him try to find her sister.
Karen and Ruben marry along with Joanna and Carlos in a double wedding. As they are pronounced husband and wife a flashback of all the different lives they have had are seen.
Cast and characters
- Jolina Magdangal as Joanna Maglipot (Lindenberg)
- Marvin Agustin as Carlos Manansala
- Dennis Trillo as Ruben Domingo
- Jennica Garcia as Karen Maglipot
- Elizabeth Oropesa as Madame Stella Maglipot
- Joey Marquez as Luigi Maglipot
- Eugene Domingo as Madame Fatima Lindenberg
- Chanda Romero as Doña Aurora Manansala
- Pauleen Luna as Camille Sickat
- Chariz Solomon as Emelene Santos
- Benjie Paras as Benjo
- Iwa Moto as Andrea
- German Moreno as Lolo Joe
- Tony Mabesa as Lolo Samuel
- Luz Valdez as Lola Caring Domingo
- Ces Quesada as Aling Ising Domingo
- Vaness del Moral as Racquel Domingo
- John Lapus as July
- Sandy Talag as Ria Domingo
- Jim Pebangco as Roman
- Mosang as Yaya Mila
- Renerich Ocon as Yaya Penelope
- Wendell Ramos as James
- Chynna Ortaleza as Liza
- Isabel Granada as Doy
- Dang Cruz as Madamme Estrelita
- Polo Ravales as Himself
- SexBomb Girls as Themselves
- Mang Enriquez as Katong
- Dinky Doo as tiyo Dodong
- Rosemarie Sarita as Miss Matilda
- Raquel Villavicencio as Mercy
The series was released onto DVD format by GMA Records in 2010. The DVDs are found in six volumes.
Adik Sa'Yo was highly recommended on PEP Forum Awards' Primetime Series of the Year, beat by Darna.
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