Annaliza

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Not to be confused with Anna Liza.
Annaliza
Annalizatitlecard.jpg
Genre Family drama
Format Teleserye
Created by Gil C. Soriano
Zenaida O. Soriano
Developed by Ruel S. Bayani
Written by Carmela Abaygar
Margarette Labrador
Pam Miras
Jurey Mirafuentes
Directed by Theodore C. Boborol
Cathy O. Camarillo
Creative director(s) Willy Laconsay
Starring Andrea Brillantes
Zanjoe Marudo
Denise Laurel
Kaye Abad
Patrick Garcia
Carlo Aquino
Opening theme Annaliza by Liezel Garcia / Roel Manlangit
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Filipino, English
No. of seasons 3
No. of episodes 215 (List of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s) Katrina Juban
Location(s) Philippines
Cinematography Gary Gardoce
Running time 30-45 minutes
Monday - Friday at 17:45 (PST)
Broadcast
Original channel ABS-CBN
Picture format NTSC
Original run May 27, 2013 (2013-05-27) – March 21, 2014 (2014-03-21)
Chronology
Related shows Anna Liza (Original version)
External links
Website

Annaliza is a 2013 Philippine family drama television series based on the 1980 television series of the same name that starred Julie Vega, together with Alicia Alonzo, Renato del Prado, Augusto Victa and Daria Ramirez. The series aired on ABS-CBN and worldwide on The Filipino Channel from May 27, 2013 to March 21, 2014, replacing Little Champ. It starred Andrea Brillantes, Zanjoe Marudo, Denise Laurel, Kaye Abad, Patrick Garcia and Carlo Aquino.

Cast and Characters[edit]

Main cast[edit]

Supporting cast[edit]

  • Kyline Alcantara as Arlene Mae C. Benedicto
  • Jillian Aguila as Anne Catherine "Cathy" C. Diaz
  • Nathaniel Britt as Peter John "PJ" Villaflor
  • Dale Baldillo as Glenn Benedicto / Glenn Gomez
  • Jean Saburit as Amparo Benedicto
  • Ces Quesada as Carmelita "Milet" Ramos
  • Boboy Garovillo as Agustin "Gusting" Ramos
  • Pinky Amador as Tessie Garcia
  • Johnny Revilla as Conrad Garcia
  • Bugoy Cariño as Patrick "Pating/Ting" Mendoza
  • Kyle Kevin Ang as Lester
  • John Vincent Servilla as Ricky Ramos
  • Reign Tolentino as Maria Angelita "Angel" Reyes
  • Bea Basa as Emily "Aimee" Basa
  • Alexandra Quiambao as Cheska Sandiego
  • Sajj Geronimo as Yuri
  • Meann Fajardo as Heather
  • Sue Ramirez as Luisa "Louie" Celerez
  • Khalil Ramos as Jeric Garcia
  • Kiko Estrada as Bart
  • Shy Carlos as Bianca
  • Sunshine Garcia as Pam
  • Cara Eriguel as Marga
  • Peewee O'Hara as Yaya Mona
  • Alchris Galura as Tom Dimaguiba
  • Karen Dematera as Elsa Cruz-Dimaguiba
  • Alex Castro as Cedrick Francisco
  • Kyra Custodio as Saicy
  • Alida Moberg as Martha
  • Beatriz Saw as Ms. Fontanilla
  • Ana Abad Santos as Ms. Paulina Javier
  • Lemuel Pelayo as Ram
  • Lloyd Zaragoza as Ira de Leon
  • Young JV as Jacob

Guest cast[edit]

  • Maliksi Morales as young Guido
  • Bing Davao
  • Melissa Mendez
  • Angelina Kanapi as Daisy
  • Marina Benipayo as Lolita
  • Isabella Gomez
  • Mike Lloren
  • Tanya Gomez
  • Ana Feleo as Esther
  • Archie Alemania as Wilson
  • Menggie Cobarrubias as Hon. Luisito Abella
  • Jess Mendoza as Badong
  • Gerhard Acao as Gino
  • Jet Alcantara as Max
  • Johan Santos as Julius
  • Nico Antonio as Celso
  • Jose Sarasola as Ralph Basa
  • Nikka Valencia
  • Ruby Ruiz as Aling Lina
  • Maichel Fideles as Kelzs
  • Wendy Tabusalla as Jennifer Basa
  • Dionne Monsanto as Vicky Gomez
  • Gian Magdangal as Atty. Jun Castro
  • Valerie Concepcion as Angelina "Gigi" Ramos
  • JB Agustin as Pocholo

Special finale participation[edit]

Episodes[edit]

Month Episodes Peak Average Rating Rank
May 2013 5 19.3%
(Episode 2)
17.5% N/A

Award[edit]

  • 2013 PMPC Star Awards for Television's "Best Child Performer" - Andrea Brillantes (Won)

Development[edit]

After the success of Maria Flordeluna, Annaliza was supposed to be remade last 2008, to be led by Ella Cruz as the young Annaliza, and Maja Salvador as the teenage Annaliza, but ABS-CBN decided to shelve the show.

In March 2013, ABS-CBN announced that the classic soap will return on TV and will be one of Kapamilya Network's second quarter offerings for 2013.[1]

In September 2013, Brillantes announced on ASAP 18 that the series will be extended until 2014 because of its big success.

Ratings[edit]

According to data from Kantar Media Philippines, Annaliza successfully conquered the early primetime viewing habit of TV viewers as it reigned in its timeslot with a pilot national rating of 16.7% beating its rival program in GMA Network, Home Sweet Home which only got 8.8%. It soared high on its 2nd day garnering a 19.3% national rating versus the 10.2% rating of its rival.[2]

Annaliza hit an all-time high national TV rating of 27.6% on September 25, 2013, beating its rival program Prinsesa ng Buhay Ko with only 13.5%. It also dominated its time slot on September 20, 2013 with 27% versus Binoy Henyo, which concluded its run with a national TV rating of 14.4%.[3]

KANTAR MEDIA NATIONAL TV RATINGS
(5:45PM PST)
PILOT EPISODE FINALE EPISODE PEAK AVERAGE SOURCE
16.7%
27.7%
27.8%
-
[4][5][6]

Critics[edit]

The director of the original Annaliza, Gil Soriano, tagged Andrea Brillantes as the next Judy Ann Santos based on her portrayal as Annaliza. He stated: “She is really good. I think she will stay long in showbiz. She may be the next Judy Ann Santos.” “I really like it. When I saw the trailer, I told myself that this show would surely rate.”[7]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

http://abscbnpr.com/national-tv-ratings-urban-rural-september-25-2013-wednesday/

External links[edit]