Paraiso (TV series)

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Paraiso
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Also known as Paradise
Format Romance
Written by Ruby Leah Castro
Jurey Mirafuentes
Michael Transfiguracion
Julius Benjamin Villanueva
Bianca Geli
Directed by
  • Connie Macatuno
  • Nico Hernandez
  • Rechie del Carmen
Creative director(s) Johnny Delos Santos
Starring Jessy Mendiola
Matteo Guidicelli
Jewel Mische
Matt Evans
Denise Laurel
Opening theme Ikaw Lang at Ako by Liezel Garcia
Composer(s) Donna Cruz-Larrazabal
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Filipino, English
No. of episodes 108
Production
Executive producer(s) Neal Felix del Rosario
Running time 30 minutes
Monday to Friday at 15:30 (PST)
Broadcast
Original channel ABS-CBN
Original run November 5, 2012 (2012-11-05) – April 5, 2013 (2013-04-05)
External links
Website

Paraiso (lit. Paradise) is a 2012 Philippine daytime television drama that aired on ABS-CBN from November 5, 2012 to April 5, 2013, replacing the PHR's high-rating series entitled Pintada which was starred Denise Laurel and Martin del Rosario.[1][2] It is the 17th and last installment of the Precious Hearts Romances series, and is topbilled by Jessy Mendiola and Matteo Guidicelli.

Production[edit]

The TV Series began production in April 2012, trailers were shown in July 1, 2012 on its ABS-CBN account of its second quarter of new TV Drama Programs. The TV Series was named Isla (Island), and on October 18, 2012 the title confirmed to a new name Paraiso (Paradise). The series marks the first team up of Matteo Guidicelli and Jessy Mendiola, it is also Jewel Mische's first teleserye lead role as a Kapamilya. Denise Laurel, who previously starred on its predecessor Pintada, also joined the cast in the middle of the series as the main antagonist.

Plot[edit]

Paraiso tells the story of two strangers, Brennan and Yanie, who get stranded on an island after their ship gets wrecked. Romance blooms between them as they spend time alone on the island, but the two strangers are not without their respective baggage from the "real world". Brennan is married to his dedicated wife Megan, while Yanie's childhood bestfriend Justin has untold feelings for the young woman. The romance that grows between Yanie and Brennan will set off a series of twists and conflicts after the two gets back to their own lives in Manila.[3]

Cast and Characters[edit]

Main Cast[edit]

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Special Participation[edit]

Special Finale Participation[edit]

Trivia[edit]

The theme song of Paraiso is "Ikaw Lang At Ako" by Liezel Garcia, originally by Donna Cruz-Larrazabal as "Only Me and You". Previously, it was the finale theme of GMA Network's Villa Quintana in 1997.

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