Iglot (TV series)

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Created by GMA Network
Developed by GMA Entertainment TV Group
Written by Tina Samson Velasco
Des Garbes Severino
Luningning Interio Ribay
Directed by Gil Tejada, Jr.
Starring Claudine Barretto
Jolina Magdangal
Marvin Agustin
Luis Alandy
Milkach Wynne Nacion
Opening theme "Smile" by Regine Velasquez
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Filipino, Tagalog, English
No. of episodes 55
Executive producer(s) Me-Ann P. Regala
Location(s) Philippines
Camera setup Multiple-camera setup
Running time 30-45 minutes
Original channel GMA Network
Picture format 480i NTSC
Original release August 29, 2011 (2011-08-29) – November 11, 2011 (2011-11-11)

Iglot (lit. Egglet) is a Philippine television drama series created by GMA Network. It premiered on GMA Telebabad and GMA Pinoy TV on August 29, 2011 and August 31, 2011, respectively. Starring Claudine Barretto, together with Jolina Magdangal, Marvin Agustin, Luis Alandy, Patrick Garcia, Pauleen Luna, and introducing Milkcah Wynne Nacion .[1][2][3]


The legend of the Unggiko tells of the odd, funny and healing creatures who are pets of the human-birds Mulawin. In the middle of the war, the Ravenas attacked and killed the Unggiko except for one egg which Aviona saved. This egg is hidden inside a volcano and will only go out when the volcano erupts. This volcanic eruption led to the separation of Mariella and her daughter Isabella, who ended up in the hands of Lola Idang. The little girl found a peculiar egg which she named Iglot. On the other hand, Mariella was made to believe that her daughter is dead, though in her heart she knows she is not.

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Production Team[edit]

  • Created by: GMA Entertainment TV Group
  • Head Writer/Creator: Renato Custodio
  • Episode Writers: Tina Samson Velasco
    Des Garbes Severino
    Luningning Interio Ribay
  • Production Designer: Chito Sumera
  • Lighting Director: Lito Mempin
  • Creative Consultant: Dode Cruz
  • Creative Head: Jake Tordesillas
  • Creative Director: Jun Lana
  • Associate Producer: Ma. Theresa Monica David
  • Supervising Producer: Lilybeth Rasonable
  • Assistant Vice President for Drama: Redgie Acuña Magno
  • Creative Consultant: Dode Cruz
  • Executive In-Charge of Production: Wilma V. Gavante
  • Directed by: Gil Tejada, Jr.



  • On the day of its premiere, the show was a trending topic on Twitter and Yahoo.ph.


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