Time of My Life (TV series)

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Time of My Life
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Format Drama, Danserye
Created by GMA Entertainment TV Group
Developed by Senedy Que
Directed by Mark A. Reyes V
Andoy Ranay
Starring Mark Herras
Kris Bernal
Rocco Nacino
LJ Reyes
Opening theme "(I've Had) The Time of My Life" by Kris Lawrence and Kyla
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Filipino, Tagalog, English
No. of episodes 80 episodes (Final)
Production
Executive producer(s) Juel Balbon
Running time 30–45 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel GMA Network
Picture format NTSC 480i
Original run Monday, August 1, 2011 – Friday, November 18, 2011

Time of My Life is a 2011 Philippine drama billed as a "danserye" (dance TV series), created and developed by GMA Network, starring Mark Herras and Kris Bernal.[1] It premiered on August 1, 2011 on GMA Network in the Philippines and on August 3, 2011 on GMA Pinoy TV.[2][3]

Post-production[edit]

The very first danserye is based on original concept created for GMA Television by Senedy Que with head writer Des Garbes Severino, choreographers Miggy Tanchanco (modern) and Donald Balbuena (ballroom), and directors Mark Reyes (musicals) and Andoy Ranay (drama). In 2010 it was planned for a working title Jump. It is supposed to be replacing Tween Hearts but the GMA Network decided to put it on the Primetime block. The show is slated for 2011 despite 2010. Several auditions across the Philippines were held. And the auditionees were seen in Party Pilipinas (until it was premiered on August 2011), with a working title Time of My Life.[4]

Synopsis[edit]

It tells Shane's quest to fulfill her dream of becoming a real dancer. In the process, she uncovers things of the past as she explores the field of dancing. Helping Shane achieve her dreams are two knights in shining armor: Jason, her childhood friend; and Patrick, Jason's friend and founder of the Motion Masters dance group. With other friends, they compete against The Elite Crew led by Zaira who is the protégé and stepdaughter of famous dancing queen, Lisa. Because of the competition between Shane and Zaira, a former rivalry resurfaces between Lisa and Martha, Shane's mother. Martha has long been angry and bitter because her dance partner and boyfriend, Fred, broke up with her to be with Lisa. Soon, the couple had a daughter named Lisette. Unable to accept defeat, Martha schemed to dance with Fred again and set fire to the house where Lisa and Lisette were. However, Lisa followed Fred and, thus, only the child was believed to have perished in the fire. This incident caused Fred and Lisa to part ways; Fred worked abroad while Lisa went back to her family and married Gregory, the father of Zaira. On the other hand, Martha paid for her crime but kept with her in jail a secret about Fred and Lisa's child. Lisette did not really die in the fire but was saved by Martha's friend, Carlotta. She was raised as Shane and grew up with a natural talent and interest in dancing. After many years, Lisa, Fred and Martha cross paths again. To avenge herself, Martha discreetly manipulates the two to fight each other using their own daughter, Shane.[5]

Cast[edit]

Main Cast[edit]

Supporting Cast[edit]

Guest Cast[edit]

Dance Groups[edit]

Motion Masters[edit]

Elite Crew[edit]

Trivia[edit]

  • The cast of this show is mostly composed of StarStruck alumni (notably Ultimate Survivors and runner ups).
  • Sexbomb Dancers are guest in this show because of their special talent in dancing and popularity.
  • On GMA Pinoy TV, certain if not all, as of the moment, songs were edited out due to copyright issues unless permission/rights to have them aired as well internationally are acquired but until then, they will be continued to be edited out.

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