Tween Hearts

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Not to be confused with Twin Hearts.
Tween Hearts
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Created by GMA Entertainment TV Group
Developed by Kit Villanueva-Langit
Written by John Borgy Danao
John Jason Lim
Marlon Miguel
Cyril Ramos
Liberty Trinidad
Directed by Gina Alajar
Starring Barbie Forteza
Bea Binene
Joshua Dionisio
Jake Vargas
Joyce Ching
Kristofer Martin
Louise delos Reyes
Derick Monasterio
Lexi Fernandez
Opening theme "Everytime"
sung by Frencheska Farr
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Filipino, Tagalog, English
No. of seasons 4 seasons
No. of episodes 87
Production
Executive producer(s) Mona Coles-Mayuga
Producer(s) Wilma Galvante
Editor(s) Rolando Dela Merced, Jr.
Location(s) Manila
Camera setup Multiple-camera setup
Running time 1 hour (approx. 25 minutes w/o commercials)
Broadcast
Original channel GMA Network
Picture format 480i NTSC
Original run September 26, 2010 – June 10, 2012
External links
Website

Reel Love: Tween Hearts is a Filipino youth-oriented series created by Kit Villanueva – Langit, under the direction of Gina Alajar and produced by GMA Network. It features the network's homegrown tween stars headed by Barbie Forteza, Joshua Dionisio, Bea Binene and Jake Vargas. The series premiered September 26, 2010. The show has been extend three times and now on its fourth season.[1][2] Over its course, the cast has been growing and extending compared to the original main cast.[3]

Originally slated to air for just 8 episodes, the series was awarded several extensions after its successive victory on the ratings game. It remains to be the No. 1 and most preferred youth-oriented drama of the viewers, consistently defeating the four counterpart programs of its competition in television ratings.[4]

The series follows the lives and loves of a close-knit group of teenagers through the fictional Westridge high school. The series' universal theme for all ages transcended into tackling more complicated issues, complex character dynamics and exciting tandems – from first loves to first heartbreaks, from "fitting in" to peer pressure, from bullying to how broken marriage affects the teens.

The series concluded on June 10, 2012, with 87 episodes all in all. It replaced by Together Forever, another teen drama on its timeslot.[5]

Plot[edit]

The story revolves around teenagers Bambi, Josh, Belinda, Jacob, Chris, Aya, Louisa, Rick, and Leslie as they go through a boot camp and learn to accept others for who they are.

Cast and characters[edit]

Main Cast[edit]

Special Participation[edit]

Guest Cast[edit]

Movie adaptation[edit]

Tween Academy: Class of 2012 is directed by Mark Reyes Produced by: GMA Films

A movie was produced, based on the show, released in cinemas on August 24, 2011. The sum up total of movie box office is P32.23 million.

Tours[edit]

  • Tween Hearts: The Mini Concert (October 24, 2012)

Awards[edit]

Award Giving Body Award Result
26th PMPC Star Awards for Television 2012 Best New Male TV Personality Nominated, (Kiko Estrada)
Best Youth Oriented Show Nominated
25th PMPC Star Awards for Television 2011 Best Male New TV Personality Won, (Derick Monasterio & Teejay Marquez)
Best New Male TV Personality Nominated, (Hiro Magalona)
Best New Female TV Personality Nominated, (Kim Komatsu)
Best Youth-Oriented Show Won
2011 ENPRESS Golden Screen TV Awards Outstanding Breakthrough Performance by an Actor Nominated(Derick Monasterio)

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