Growing Up (1997 Philippine TV series)

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For the TV series with the same title aired over ABS-CBN, see Growing Up (2011 Philippine TV series).
Growing Up
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Title card showing main cast
Format Teen drama
Created by GMA Network
VIVA Television
Developed by Kit Villanueva-Langit
Directed by Mark Reyes
Dominic Zapata(Associate Director)
Starring Angelu de Leon
Bobby Andrews
Raven Villanueva
Michael Flores
Red Sternberg
Onemig Bondoc
Rica Peralejo
Ciara Sotto
Jake Roxas
Opening theme "Dyslexic Heart"
by Paul Westerberg
"Walking On Sunshine"
by Katrina and the Waves
"Build Me Up, Buttercup"
by The Foundations
Composer(s) Paul Westerberg
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Filipino, Tagalog, English
No. of episodes 88
Production
Executive producer(s) Neil del Rosario
Producer(s) Leny C. Parto
Location(s) Manila, Philippines
Cinematography Monino Duque
Jay Linao
Running time 1 hour
Broadcast
Original channel GMA Network
Original run June 2, 1997 (1997-06-02) – February 12, 1999 (1999-02-12)
Chronology
Related shows T.G.I.S.

Growing Up is a Filipino youth-oriented series aired on GMA Network from 1997 to 1999. Produced by GMA Network and VIVA Television, the show aired every Friday as a primetime drama series, which serves as a sequel to TGIS. The show was reaired in GMA7's late weeknight/early morning block from 2000 to 2001 as part of the network's 50th anniversary celebrations.

Premise[edit]

The cast of the original TGIS show are depicted as having moved on from high school to college and encounter more serious challenges in their lives.

Cast of Characters[edit]

Production Team[edit]

  • Director: Mark Reyes
  • In-charge of Production: Leny C. Parto
  • Supervising Producer: Veronique del Rosario-Corpuz
  • Executive Producer: Neil del Rosario
  • 2nd Unit Director: Dominic Zapata
  • Head Writer: Kit Villanueva Langit
  • Asst. Director: Aya Topacio
  • Production Designer: Danny Jota
  • Lighting Director: Monino Duque and Jay Linao

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