Bagets: Just Got Lucky

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Bagets Just Got Lucky
Bagets.jpg
Format Youth Oriented Drama
Developed by TV5 Entertainment
Directed by Mark Reyes V
Starring AJ Muhlach
Josh Padilla
Rico dela Paz
Aki Torio
Nadine Lustre
Shy Carlos
Eula Caballero
Meg Imperial
Imee Schweighart
Opening theme "Just Got Lucky" by XLR8 and Pop Girls
Ending theme "Growing Up" by Raymond Lauchengco and Bagets Boys
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Filipino, Tagalog, English
No. of episodes 40 (final)
Production
Executive producer(s) Vic del Rosario, Jr.
Producer(s) Veronique del Rosario-Corpuz
Editor(s) Jay Linao
Location(s) Philippines
Camera setup Multiple-camera setup
Running time 1 Hour
Broadcast
Original channel TV5
Picture format 480i NTSC
Original run May 15, 2011 – February 12, 2012
Chronology
Preceded by BFGF

Bagets Just Got Lucky is an afternoon youth-oriented show produced by Viva Television and developed by TV5. It is a remake of the 1984 films Bagets and Bagets 2.

Synopsis[edit]

Bagets centers on a story of young individuals coming from different backgrounds and co-existing in a campus despite their class differences and clashing personalities. These interesting characters include school rivals Ace (Aj Muhlach) and Georgina (Nadine Lustre), who bring out the best and the worst of each other through their competition. Ace is a friendly athletic scholar who is popular in school due to his academic and extra-curricular activities while Georgina is a working student and a campus leader who is not afraid to speak her mind. Meanwhile, competing with Ace for George’s attention is a rich kid named Jules (Josh Padilla), who is popular with the girls because of his good looks, charm, and affluence. Jules’ confidence, however, sometimes borders on arrogance.

There is also the “kikay” girl Gayle (Shy Carlos) who stalks “emo” guy JC (Rico dela Paz). The two will eventually discover and appreciate their individualities more than their differences. On the other hand, Santi (Johan Lourens), who comes from an affluent family, is linked to social climber and poser Tara (Eula Caballero). When Santi falls in love with Tara, she gets caught between her lies and revealing her true feelings to Santi. Last but not least, the boy-loves-girl and the girl-hates-boy type of relationship between Hiro (Aki Torio) and Liezl (Meg Imperial) will definitely stir up the story of the exciting Bagets series.

Main cast[edit]

The Boys
  • AJ Muhlach as Ace Delgado/Soriano
  • Johan Lourens as Santi Pecson
  • Rico dela Paz as JC Enriquez
  • Aki Torio (Hideaki Torio) as Hiro Galura
  • Josh Padilla as Jules Soriano
The Girls
Campus Bullies
  • Martin Velayo as Matty "Mama's Boy"
  • Julian Calderon as Julian Roxas
  • Lucas Zamora as Mac
The Mean Girls
  • Mariel Bitanga as Mandy
  • Joan Singh as Simone Luis "The IT Girl"
  • Coraleen Waddell as Sachi

Extended cast[edit]

  • Raymond Lauchengco as Ariel
  • Cheska Inigo as Santi's Mother
  • Aifha Medina as Miss KC
  • Almira Muhlach as Leizl's Mother
  • Bernadette Allyson as Ace's Mother
  • Biboy Ramirez as JC's Father
  • Candy Pangilinan as Hiro's Mother
  • Dingdong Avanzado as George's Father
  • Ella Guevara as Hiro's Sister
  • Jao Mapa as Jules and Ace Father
  • Jef Gaitan as Miss Jelai
  • Joy Viado as Principal Subong
  • LJ Moreno as JC's Mother
  • Nikita McElroy as Hiro's Sister
  • Erika Padilla as Tara's Sister
  • Dino Imperial as Dustin Herrera
  • CJ Jaravata as Gayle and Hannah's Mother

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