Maynila (TV series)

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Maynila
Format Drama
Romance
Created by GMA Entertainment TV Group
Written by Sara San Luis
Directed by G. Phil M. Noble
Starring Lito Atienza
Various artists
Country of origin Philippines
No. of episodes (n/a) airs weekly
Production
Executive producer(s) Alessandra A. Beltran
Lani Atienza
Camera setup Multi-camera set up
Running time 30 minutes (1999-2002)
1 hour (2002-present)
Broadcast
Original channel GMA Network
Picture format 480i SDTV
Original run December 13, 1999 – present

Maynila[1] (lit. Manila) is a Filipino drama anthology that has been broadcast on Philippine television since 1999 in GMA Network.

Originally aired Mondays-Fridays and 5-day episode per week, it presently became a weekend drama anthology of inspiring stories of people who are having love problems and challenges that affect every Manileño's lives. The show is hosted by former Manila mayor, secretary of DENR & current BUHAY Partylist Rep. Lito Atienza. The show was originally aired on weekday (Mondays to Fridays) afternoons and moved to Saturday mornings before Kapuso Movie Festival. After the elections, Atienza went back to the show and do acting in a cameo appearance instead of hosting.

The series now airs 2009-present on Saturdays at 10:30 AM past episodes now air internationally daily through GMA Life TV.

Host[edit]

  • Former DENR Sec., Manila Mayor & Current BUHAY Partylist Rep. Lito Atienza
  • Ali Atienza (sit-in host while his father was running for Mayor of Manila)

Episode list[edit]

2013[edit]

  • June Episodes presented by Barbie Forteza
    • June 01: Room for Ewan?
    • June 08: Love by an Angel
    • June 15: Prinsesa ng Pag-ibig
    • June 22: Tibok at First Sight
    • June 29: Caregiver
  • July Episodes presented by Kris Bernal
    • July 06: Kambal na Pag-ibig
    • July 13: Ansabe ng Puso
    • July 20: Moving on with My Heart
    • July 27: Love Eternally
  • August Episodes presented by Louise de los Reyes
    • August 03: Na-Sight na Heart
    • August 10: Ekstra Special
    • August 17: My Bespren, My Love
    • August 24: Love Vibes
    • August 31: Labsyu Pards
  • September Episodes presented by Julie Anne San Jose
    • September 07: Hate You, Love You
    • September 14: Music & Miracles
    • September 21: One Pure Love
    • September 28: Haunted House of Love
  • October Episodes presented by Kristofer Martin
    • October 05: Playful Hearts
    • October 12: Pusong Mapagpanggap
    • October 19: My Brother's Lover
    • October 26: Magkaibang Mundo
  • November Episodes presented by Ken Chan
    • November 09: Language of Love
    • November 16: Bad Boy Good Heart
    • November 23: Forget Me Not
    • November 30: Heart of Trust
  • December Episodes presented by Bea Binene
    • December 07: Recipe for Love
    • December 14: Kasunduan ng Puso
    • December 21: My White Christmas

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