Forever in My Heart

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Forever in My Heart
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A love story made in heaven... a love found on earth
Genre Drama, Romance
Created by GMA Network
Developed by RJ Nuevas
Directed by Mark Reyes
Phil Noble
Starring Regine Velasquez
Richard Gomez
Dawn Zulueta
Ariel Rivera
Jennylyn Mercado
Mark Herras
Opening theme "Forevermore" by Regine Velasquez
Composer(s) Joey Benin
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Filipino, Tagalog, English
No. of episodes 75
Executive producer(s) Reggie Acuña-Magno
Location(s) Tagaytay City, Philippines
Running time 30-45 minutes
Original network GMA Network
Picture format 480i SDTV
Original release September 27, 2004 (2004-09-27) – January 7, 2005 (2005-01-07)
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Forever in My Heart is a Filipino drama series produced by GMA Network and directed by Mark Reyes and Phil Noble. It featured Regine Velasquez, Richard Gomez, Ariel Rivera and Dawn Zulueta. The series' plot revolves around on the main four characters: Angeline, Michael, Raphael and Stella. Four souls, searching for that one true love.[1]


Angeline Sagrado (Regine Velasquez), a wedding planner who is a hopeless romantic. A true believer of soulmates and unconditional love that lasts forever, she finds herself torn between two men: Raphael Cruzado (Richard Gomez), a man with a dark past whose angry outlook in life changes in the name of his love for Angeline; and Michael Bernabe (Ariel Rivera), a man of great honor and integrity who starts to doubt everything in his life, even his love for the woman he is about to marry, when he feels that unmistakable spark upon meeting Angeline one tragic day.

But only one could have Angeline's heart... for always.


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  • Forever in My Heart was the very first television series of Regine Velasquez.
  • This series revives the love team of Velasquez and Gomez after their 2002 hit movie Ikaw Lamang Hanggang Ngayon.
  • Ariel Rivera was won as Best Actor in a Drama Series in EnPRESS Golden Screen Awards 2005.
  • This teleserye is known for the scene where Richard Gomez had one of his hands amputated.
  • The Series was known to have a high postage of ratings during the first week or pilot week of the series beating the TV dramas Hiram and Darating ang Umaga on (ABS-CBN) with 40.2%.
  • This is the first time Velasquez and Rivera worked on a series the exes were known to have a bitter separation in 1996 as boyfriend and girlfriend and 8 years later fixed and surrendered the issue.
  • Two songs were featured from COVERS Volume 1 in Regines Album the theme "Forevermore" originally sung by SIDE A.
  • The song "Forevermore" was revived by Jay Durias and Juris Fernandez for the theme song of 2014 ABS-CBN primetime drama with the same title.

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