Ysabella

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Ysabella
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Format Drama, Comedy, Romance, Cooking, Diana Vickers
Created by ABS-CBN
Directed by Rory B. Quintos
Don M. Cuaresma
Cathy Garcia - Molina
Starring Judy Ann Santos
Ryan Agoncillo
Derek Ramsay
Theme music composer Ogie Alcasid
Ending theme "Huwag Mong Iwan Ang Puso", by
Yeng Constantino
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Filipino, English
No. of episodes 150 (Final)
Production
Executive producer(s) Des D. Tanwangco
Broadcast
Original channel ABS-CBN
Picture format 1080i SDTV
Original run June 25, 2007 –
January 18, 2008
External links
Website

Ysabella was a Philippine Television romantic soap opera starring Judy Ann Santos with Ryan Agoncillo and Derek Ramsay.[1]

Plot[edit]

The story revolves around a young cook named Ysabella Cuenca. At an early age, Ysabella develops an inclination for cooking, and dreams of becoming a great cook like her mother, Rosario Cuenca.

However, her mother's misfortune causes Ysabella to taste the bitterness of life. This teaches her to be meticulous and devoted to her cooking; and cynical when it comes to love. She grows with one goal in mind—to be the best cook in their area and exact revenge on the woman who was responsible for her mother's misery.

Along the way, Ysabella meets three men who will show her how sweet it is to fall in love. Who will give her the right mixture of happiness? Will it be the cocky, street-smart Andrew Amarillo, the hot chef Mito Valenzuela or the serious but sensitive Albert?

Cast[edit]

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Critical acclaim[edit]

  • Ysabella received three nominations from the 2008 PMPC Star Awards for Television. Judy Ann Santos and Coney Reyes garnered Best Drama Actress nods while the show itself is included in the roster of Best Primetime Drama Series citations.[2]

References[edit]

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