Guns and Roses (TV series)

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This article is about the Philippine TV series. For the American rock band, see Guns N' Roses.
Guns and Roses
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Format Action, Drama, Romance, Slice of Life
Written by Genesis Rodriguez
Jerome T. Co
Directed by Trina N. Dayrit
Rechie A. del Carmen
Starring Robin Padilla
Bea Alonzo
Diether Ocampo
Empress
Ejay Falcon
Opening theme "Dahil Mahal Kita" by Jovit Baldivino
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Filipino, English
No. of episodes 80
Production
Executive producer(s) Narciso Y. Gulmatico, Jr.
Maricris P. Sioson
Location(s) Philippines
Running time 30-45 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel ABS-CBN
Picture format NTSC (480i)
Original run June 6, 2011 (2011-06-06) – September 23, 2011 (2011-09-23)
External links
Website

Guns and Roses is a Philippine action drama romance series that aired on ABS-CBN from June 6, 2011 to September 23, 2011 replacing Mara Clara starring Robin Padilla, Bea Alonzo and Diether Ocampo.[1][2][3][4]

This is Robin Padilla's second action primetime series in the network, following the television series Basta't Kasama Kita, which concluded eight years ago. This is the first team up with Bea Alonzo as his leading lady and Diether Ocampo in a TV Production.[5]

Cast and Characters[edit]

Main Cast[edit]

  • Robin Padilla[6] as Abelardo "Abel" Marasigan. Abel suffers a traumatic childhood when he witnesses his father being framed up by his fellow police officers, leading to his father’s mental break down. He vows revenge and he becomes a vigilante who fights for the rights of the hopeless. He wants to try to be part of Don Lucio's endeavors.
  • Bea Alonzo[7] as Regina "Reign" Santana. An artist, receives a big blow in her life when her fiancé dies on the day of their wedding after helping out some victims of a hold-up outside the church. From then on she has become a cold, empty shell longing for the love she lost to a violent and unfortunate circumstance.
  • Diether Ocampo as Marcus Aguilar. He is the policeman in charge of investigating the death of Reign’s fiance’s death. As he gets closer to solving the case, he also could not help but fall for Reign’s beauty and charm.
  • Ejay Falcon as Jonathan "Onat" Marasigan. Onat longs for a father figure in his life after their father was admitted to a mental institution. He finds solace is his older brother Abel but becomes very disappointed in him when he suddenly leaves their family.
  • Empress Schuck as Joanne "Joni" Dela Rocha. A sweet girl who will melt Onat’s hardened heart. She believes in happy ever afters and the innate goodness of every person. She is bubbly and charming but can be a bit stubborn at times.

Supporting Cast[edit]

Guest Cast[edit]

  • Froilan Sales as Zabala
  • Bernard Laxa as Paltik
  • Lauren Novero as Russell
  • Roy Alvarez as Arnulfo
  • Hiyasmin Neri as Kitchie
  • Allan Paule as Dante
  • Crispin Pineda as Badong
  • Janus Del Prado as Vincent Bartolome
  • Archie Adamos as Ybanez Ramirez
  • Levi Ignacio as Melvin Buendia/Marvin Intalan
  • Lito Pimentel as Rico Bartolome
  • Angel Jacob as Cristina Dela Rocha
  • Chinggoy Alonzo as Don Soliven
  • Joonee Gamboa as Father Fabian

Special Participation[edit]

Remake[edit]

Hindi television serial Rang Rasiya was inspired from Guns and Roses which debuted on Indian channel Colors on December 30, 2013.[8][9]

Theme song[edit]

The theme song entitled Dahil Mahal Kita was originally performed by The Boyfriends and also covered by Ogie Alcasid.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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