|Created by||Rondel P. Lindayag|
|Theme music composer||Larry Hermoso|
|Opening theme||Dahil Mahal na Mahal Kita by Jona Viray|
|Country of origin||Philippines|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||187 (list of episodes)|
|Running time||30–43 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Dreamscape Entertainment Television|
|Original release||January 15– October 5, 2018|
Asintado (Lit: Precise) is a Philippine drama television series starring Julia Montes as Ana Dimasalang, a paramedic who became Gael's nurse after saving him in an accident. She becomes entwined in an assassination plot arranged by the del Mundo's and Ojeda's upon witnessing their plan. The show features an ensemble cast with Shaina Magdayao, Paulo Avelino, Aljur Abrenica, Lorna Tolentino, Agot Isidro, Nonie Buencamino, and Cherry Pie Picache. The series premiered on ABS-CBN's Kapamilya Gold afternoon block and worldwide on The Filipino Channel from January 15, 2018 to October 5, 2018 replacing Pusong Ligaw.
The tight relationship of the inseparable Ramirez siblings disintegrates when they lose their parents in a fire. The series follows the paths of both siblings, living polar opposite lives. The siblings’ lives are thrust into a world of politics, power and corruption that shake their core values, murder their loved ones and potentially destroy themselves.
|First aired||Last aired|
|1||152||January 15, 2018||August 17, 2018|
|2||35||August 20, 2018||October 5, 2018|
Season 1 (2018)
The older sibling Katrina is eager to shed her old life for the gilded world of her rich and powerful adopted parents, as she shuts off the memory of her younger sister; the younger sibling, Juliana does not stop searching for her sister, but she embraces the loving and poor family who adopts her. Their paths cross as young adults but they do not recognize each other. They are in love with the same man, Gael Ojeda. Their conflict becomes more dangerous than just a love triangle and sibling rivalry.
Season 2 (Finale 2018)
Gael’s death changes the dynamics between Miranda and Salvador. Overcome with grief, she cannot forgive Salvador and begins to withdraw from him.
Ironically, Miranda discovers Ana is pregnant with Gael’s child. Recognizing Salvador’s hatred toward Ana, Miranda kidnaps Ana to protect her grandchild, and later discovers that Salvador’s plans to win back Hilary and rescinded his annulment petition. Heartbroken, Miranda plans her revenge against Salvador, though he is a step ahead of her. The battle line is drawn between Salvador and Miranda, and she pays with her life. Salvador kills her mercilessly.
Miranda's death becomes Salvador abaolute downfall. Before Miranda died, she made sure that all the records and evidence than can point out to Salvador's crimes is given to Ana. Miranda's attorney handed all the papers and folders that has all the corrobation of Ana and her family's statement. Finally, Salvador ended up behind bars after attempting to kidnap baby Jay R who is still unborn.
Fate has become generous and give Anna and Samantha a peaceful life with their family and a miraculous gift showered them when Anna gave birth to Baby Jay R. But it all just become temporary when the baby got kidnapped by an unidentified man but as usual, Anna's family always has the assume that Salvador has got to do something with the crime. Once again, one severe test is crawling around them after Natasha refused to return baby Jay R and ran away with him while Samantha is captured by some goons.
Cast and characters
- Julia Montes as Juliana "Ana" Dimasalang-Del Mundo / Juliana Ramirez and Stella Dela Torre-Guerrero
- Paulo Avelino as Gael O. Del Mundo
- Shaina Magdayao as Samantha "Sam" G. Del Mundo-Guerrero / Katrina Ramirez
- Aljur Abrenica as Alexander "Xander" Guerrero / Alexander Galvez
- Lorna Tolentino as Miranda Ojeda
- Agot Isidro as Hillary Gonzales-Del Mundo
- Nonie Buencamino as Salvador Del Mundo
- Cherry Pie Picache as Celeste "Ms. C." Ramos
- Desiree del Valle as Natasha Ojeda-Calderon
- Empress Schuck as Monalisa "Mona" Calata
- Louise delos Reyes as Yvonne Calata
- Arron Villaflor as Ramoncito "Chito" Salazar
- Gloria Sevilla as Purisima "Puring" Dimasalang
- Karen Reyes as Emilita "Emmy" Gomez
- Ryle Paolo Tan as Jonathan "Tantan" Dimasalang
- Chokoleit as Gaspar "Gracia" Nuevadez
- Lemuel Pelayo as Diego Gabriel
- Charles Kieron as Gavin O. Calderon
- Vivoree Esclito as Charie Tamayo
- Julio Diaz as Jaime Melchor "Tatay M" Gonzales / Manuel De Dios
- Jean Saburit as Carlotta Candelaria
- Ronnie Quizon as Jorge
- Jacqui Leus as Gigi
- Christian Vasquez as Eric Salazar
- Art Acuña as Major Gregorio Calata
- Mari Kaimo as Senator Arturo Galvez
- Teroy Guzman as Senator Martin Reynoso
- Bing Davao as Vice President Jaime Montemayor
- Hannah Ledesma as Rowena Barrios
- Nor Domingo as Berto
- Myel De Leon as young Juliana Ramirez / Juliana "Ana" Dimasalang
- Jana Agoncillo as young Katrina Ramirez / Samantha "Sam" G. Del Mundo
- Cisum Ian Recaleza as young / Samantha "Sam" G. Del Mundo
- Miguel Diokno as young Gael Ojeda / Gael O. Del Mundo
- Luis Alandy as Robert Ramirez
- Tanya Garcia as Criselda Gaspar-Ramirez
- Lito Pimentel as Vicente Dimasalang
- Mariella Laurel as young Miranda Ojeda
- Kazel Kinouchi as young Hillary Gonzales-Del Mundo
- Jess Mendoza as young Salvador Del Mundo
- Mutya Orquia as young Natasha Ojeda
Angelica Panganiban was in negotiations for the role of Katrina Ramirez, but was forced to drop out due to scheduling conflicts. Isabelle Daza was cast at a later point, but then dropped out due to her pregnancy before being replaced by Shaina Magdayao and the character was renamed Samantha del Mundo. JC Santos was initially part of the cast but was pulled out by management for a different project. He was replaced by Aljur Abrenica.
In July 2017, on Tonight with Boy Abunda, Montes announced the series would begin principal photography in August 2017. On August 1, 2017, Dreamscape publicity head Eric John Salut confirmed the show started filming.
The initial title for the series was Victims of Love, however, on September 2017, it was renamed by the management to Asintado.
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|Pilot Episode||Finale Episode||Peak||Average|
January 15, 2018
October 5, 2018
October 5, 2018
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