Muli (TV series)
|Also known as||In Love Again|
|Created by||GMA Network (Philippines)
Cre-Asian Productions (Malaysia) TAPE Inc.
sung by Janno Gibbs
|Country of origin||Philippines
|Original language(s)||Filipino, Malay, English|
|No. of episodes||48 episodes|
|Executive producer(s)||Camille Gomba-Montaño|
|Running time||45 minutes|
|Original channel||GMA Network (Philippines)
|Picture format||480i SDTV|
|Original run||February 19, 2007– May 18, 2007|
Muli or In Love Again (international title) is a Filipino-Malaysian drama television series created and developed by Don Michael Perez and produced by GMA Network and Cre-Asian Sbn Bhd (a Malaysian production outfit) replacing Makita Ka Lang Muli from TAPE Inc. The series premiered on February 19, 2007 and concluded on May 18, 2007 and stars Alfred Vargas, Malaysian actors Carrie Lee and Tony Eusoff, and Marian Rivera. The show was executive produced by Camille Gomba-Montaño and directed by Mac Alejandre. It also shown in Malaysian at TV1 (Malaysia) and dubbed in Malay.
Muli is about an overseas Filipino worker named Lukas (Alfred Vargas) who left his pregnant wife, Racquel (Marian Rivera) in the custody of his Aunt Ason (Odette Khan) in order to provide them a decent life. He works as software engineer for a prominent businessman named Zul (Tony Eusoff) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Cheryl (Carrie Lee), who comes from a conservative Chinese Malaysian family, is set to be engaged to a man she doesn't love. She runs away from home to elope with Zul, her real fiancee.
Unfortunately, Zul changes his heart. He realizes he is not yet ready to settle down and running away with Cheryl can not solve his family problems or their troubled business.
Zul sends Lukas to deliver his message to Cheryl.
Lukas and Cheryl cross paths and they find a common ground. Will this simple friendship bloom into a passionate romance? What if fate separates them and leads them back to where they are supposed to belong - Lukas to his wife in the Philippines and Cheryl to Zul.
Cast and Characters
- Alfred Vargas as Lukas Estadilla
- Carrie Lee as Cheryl
- Tony Eusoff as Zul
- Marian Rivera as Racquel Estadilla
- Victor Neri as Jaime
- Odette Khan as Aunt Ason
- Daniel Tan as Lim Soon-Huat
- Alicia Mayer as Ria
- Gabby Eigenmann as Alvin
- Renz Valerio as Joshua
- Ailyn Luna as Michelle
- Vaness del Moral as Rose
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