|Created by||Geng Delgado|
|Directed by||Roderick Alexis P. Lindayag|
|Creative director(s)||Roy Iglesias|
|Narrated by||Mickey Ferriols as Rachel|
|Opening theme||"If You Believe" by Julie Anne San Jose|
|Country of origin||Philippines|
|No. of episodes||89|
|Executive producer(s)||Marjorie P. Garcia|
|Production location(s)||Quezon City, Philippines|
|Camera setup||Multiple-camera setup|
|Running time||18-25 minutes|
|Production company(s)||GMA Entertainment TV|
|Original network||GMA Network|
|Picture format||1080i (HDTV)|
|Original release||May 11– September 11, 2015|
Healing Hearts is a 2015 Philippine television drama series broadcast by GMA Network. Directed by Roderick Alexis P. Lindayag, it stars Joyce Ching and Kristofer Martin. It premiered on May 11, 2015 on the network's Afternoon Prime line up replacing Kailan Ba Tama ang Mali? and worldwide on GMA Pinoy TV on May 12, 2015. The series concluded on September 11, 2015 with a total of 89 episodes. It was replaced by Destiny Rose in its timeslot.
Rachel (Mickey Ferriols), a loving wife to Michael (Neil Ryan Sese) and a devoted mother to Mikaela seems to have a perfect family until their happy life makes an unexpected turn that leads Rachel to discover that her marriage was a scheme for Michael to inherit her riches.
Moreover, Rachel later finds out that Michael is having an affair with Nimfa (Angelika dela Cruz), his true love and long-time girlfriend. She even catches the two of them making love. A crime of passion and the need to protect her child, Rachel kills Michael and leaves Nimfa in critical condition, which will be the cause of her imprisonment.
While Rachel is imprisoned, Nimfa seeks revenge by stealing Rachel's daughter Mikaela from her guardian . Eventually the child grows up under a new name, Liza (Joyce Ching).
After a few years, Liza eventually finds work under Nimfa and her stepson, Jay (Kristofer Martin). Nimfa is not aware that Liza is Rachel's daughter and in the long run, Jay falls in love with Liza.
Cast and characters
- Lead cast
- Supporting cast
- Krystal Reyes as Chloe Samonte
- Ken Chan as Anton
- Angelika dela Cruz as Nimfa Fernandez-Villamor
- Mickey Ferriols as Rachel Saavedra
- Maureen Larrazabal as Kleng Samonte
- Dominic Roco as Stephen
- Tina Paner as Alice Trajano
- Guest cast
- Ronaldo Valdez as Benjie
- Neil Ryan Sese as Michael 'Mike' Espanto
- Jay Manalo as Abel Villamor
- Jenny Miller as Emily Fuentes
- Arthur Solinap as Lando
- Mel Kimura as Warden
- Ashley Cabrera as young Chloe
- Rhed Bustamante as young Liza
- Shermaine Santiago as Elsa
- Elle Ramirez as Cecille
- Lucho Ayala as Jimboy
- Nicole Dulalia as Yvette
- Abel Estanislao as Earl
- Kyle Ocampo as May Trajano
- Robert Seña as Alfred
- Dang Cruz as Ellen
- Jace Flores as Gary
- Dino Guevarra as Fidel
- Kenneth Cruz as Kenjie
- Lotlot Bustamante as Felly
- Scarlet as Ate Baby
- Afi Africa as Randy
- Chingga Riego as Siony
- Steph Yancha as Marlyn
- Annika Camaya as Annie
- Rania Lindayag, Fatima Al-alawi, Gabriel Barriento as Chloe's friends
|2015||29th PMPC Star Awards for Television||Best Daytime Drama Series||Healing Hearts||Nominated|
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