List of Maalaala Mo Kaya episodes

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Maalaala Mo Kaya (transl. Would you remember?; abbreviated as MMK), also known as Memories in English, is a Filipino television series, which was first aired on May 15, 1991. MMK is the longest-running drama anthology on Philippine television.

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Season premiere Season finale
1 May 15, 1991 April 8, 1992
2 April 15, 1992 1993
3 1993 1994
4 1995 1996
5 1996 1997
6 1997 1998
7 1998 1999
8 1999 2000
9 2000 2001
10 2001 2002
11 2002 2003
12 2003 2004
13 2004 2005
14 2005 2006
15 2006 2007
16 2007 2008
17 2008 July 25, 2009
18 51 August 1, 2009 October 2, 2010
19 47 October 9, 2010 September 24, 2011
20 52 November 5, 2011 December 29, 2012
21 51 January 5, 2013 December 28, 2013
22 51 January 4, 2014 December 20, 2014
23 51 January 3, 2015 December 26, 2015
24 51 January 2, 2016 December 31, 2016
25 51 January 7, 2017 December 30, 2017
26 48 January 6, 2018 December 29, 2018
27 47 January 5, 2019 December 28, 2019
28 53 January 4, 2020 December 26, 2020
29 47 January 2, 2021 December 25, 2021
30 January 1, 2022

Episode list[edit]

Season 1 (1991–1992)[edit]

# Episode title Directed by Written by Original air date
1"Rubber Shoes[1]"
Maning BorlazaSalvador RoyalesMay 15, 1991 (1991-05-15)
Cast: Romnick Sarmenta, Vina Morales
Maning BorlazaSalvador RoyalesMay 22, 1991 (1991-05-22)
Cast: Helen Gamboa, Bella Flores, Jojo Abellana
Maning BorlazaSalvador RoyalesMay 29, 1991 (1991-05-29)
Cast: Jestoni Alarcon, Snooky Serna, Ronnel Victor
TBA"Hapdi sa Puso"
Lino BrockaJoey ReyesJune 5, 1991 (1991-06-05)
Cast: Gina Pareño, Paquito Diaz, Anita Linda
Lino BrockaGina Marissa TagasaJune 12, 1991 (1991-06-12)
Cast: Rio Locsin, Rey PJ Abellana, Charito Solis
Joel LamanganRonald CaballoSeptember 4, 1991 (1991-09-04)
Cast: Fanny Serrano, Gabby Concepcion, Eula Valdez
Joel LamanganOlivia M. LamasanSeptember 18, 1991 (1991-09-18)
Cast: Noel Colet, Cris Daluz, Janno Gibbs, Lillian Laing, Bing Loyzaga, Mely Tagasa

Season 2 (1992–1993)[edit]

Season 3 (1993–1995)[edit]

# Episode title Directed by Written by Original air date
TBA"Tsokolate, Manika at Libro"
"Chocolate, Doll and Book"
Lupita Aquino-KashiwaharaMel Mendoza-Del RosarioDecember 14, 1994 (1994-12-14)

Olga, an old maid, and Becka, a widow, decide to adopt orphans for the holidays. They encourage their socialite friend, Mila, and she agrees to do so, but only to enhance her social stature. With the arrival of plump Carlo, sweet Grace, and crippled Bobby in their lives, these three different women are about to share a singular Christmas spirit and learn life's greatest lessons from these little children.

Cast: Nanette Inventor, Cynthia Patag, Mitch Valdez, Pen Medina, Janus De Prado, Sarah Jane Abad

Season 4 (1995–1996)[edit]

# Episode title Directed by Written by Original air date
Olivia LamasanRicky LeeDecember 21, 1995 (1995-12-21)
Cast: Roderick Paulate, Royce Subida, Ani Pearl Alonzo

Season 6 (1997–1998)[edit]

# Episode title Directed by Written by Original air date
TBA"Agua Bendita"
Jerry Lopez SinenengDon Michael PerezOctober 16, 1997 (1997-10-16)

Cristina, came from a wealthy yet religious family. Her childhood friend, Nico is a sacristan in the Church. However, a car accident would cause the lives of her family. This caused Cristina to lose her faith in God. Until, she was possessed by evil spirits.

Cast: Judy Ann Santos, Rico Yan, Gloria Sevilla, Johnny Vicar, Anne Villegas, Cris Michelena, Raquel Montesa, Cris Daluz, Mel Kimura, Crispin Pineda, Ani Pearl Alonzo, Toni Miran

Season 9 (1999–2000)[edit]

# Episode title Directed by Written by Original air date
9"Oto San"
Olivia M. LamasanRicky LeeJuly 1, 1999 (1999-07-01)

Six-year-old Ambo grows up during the Japanese occupation. Unwary of the cruelties his family experienced from the Japanese, Ambo forms a unique and paternal bond with a Japanese officer, Captain Mori. Ambo looks up to Captain Mori and sees him as a good person, until Ambo's ideals shatter when he witnesses Captain Mori executes a man.

Cast: Jiro Manio, Gardo Versoza, Cherry Pie Picache, Emilio Garcia, Allan Bautista, Cris Daluz

Season 10 (2001–2002)[edit]

# Episode title Directed by Written by Original air date
Bobet VidanesBenedict MiqueJanuary 30, 2002 (2002-01-30)

Ingrid is a devoted mother to her only daughter. Despite her unpleasant countenance, Ingrid is happy because her daughter, unlike her, possesses a natural beauty. What Ingrid doesn't know is that her daughter, Stacey, does not share the same feeling of pride. Stacey is ashamed of her mother's unsightly appearance. Will naïve Stacey realize that a mother is worth everything precious and beautiful in the world, especially one who is as hardworking and patient as Ingrid?

Cast: Angelene Aguilar, Ai Ai Delas Alas, Alfred Labatos, Winnie Cordero, Abigail Lesley Cruz, Manjo Del Mundo, Liberty Lometillo, Jim Pebanco, Richard Merck
Wenn V. DeramasKeiko Aquino, Wenn V. DeramasFebruary 14, 2002 (2002-02-14)

Raised by a pair of lesbians, Atet is unaware that relationships of this nature are considered taboo. All that mattered to her is that theirs is a loving and comfortable home. Atet realizes the drawbacks of her unconventional family when she falls in love with her friend Jojo, who is convinced that she is homosexual like her parents.

Cast: Eugene Domingo, Aiza Seguerra, Yayo Aguila, Michelle Ayalde, Jackie Castillejos, Matet de Leon, Patrick Garcia, Allan Paule, Gilleth Sandico, Empress Schuck, Denis Trillo
Trina N. DayritDelfin IlaoFebruary 21, 2002 (2002-02-21)

Instead of celebrating his parents' reconciliation, Ruben runs away from home, disappointed that his mother wasn't punished enough for her infidelity. His new life on the streets becomes difficult, and this aggravates his hatred towards his parents, until he meets Johnny, a homeless man. Johnny's tale of survival and a broken home finally opens Ruben's young eyes to the reality of life and the fulfillment of belonging to a family.

Cast: Janus de Prado, Amy Austria, Jessie Diaz, Illonah Jean, William Lorenzo, Joey Marquez, Pinky Marquez, Christopher Roxas
Mae Czarina CruzDelfin IlaoFebruary 28, 2002 (2002-02-28)

Benjamin is a typical middle child devoid of parents' attention, but he does not allow insecurity to get the best of him; instead, he struggles to fend for his brothers. But his patience and hard work do not go rewarded. In fact, each of his brothers pursues his own dream and leaves Benjamin alone and sick. Benjamin learns too late that kindness is not always the best of virtues.

Cast: Marvin Agustin, Raye Baquirin, Shamaine Buencamino, Jhong Hilario, Sean Ignacio, Tony Manalo, Troy Martino, Julio Pacheco, Bamba
34"Law Book"
Trina N. DayritFerdinand ManaliliMarch 21, 2002 (2002-03-21)

Striving to live up to his father's footsteps, Egay enters law school to fulfill the family's ambition of starting their own law firm. But when an unexpected visitor turns up in their doorstep, Conrado is compelled to reveal his past indiscretions to the son who has nothing but utmost respect for him. Thus, Egay finds himself struggling to accept the stained reputation of their clan-until he discovers the devastating truth behind his best friend's similar and equally painful ordeals.

Cast: Kristine Garcia, Vivian Foz, Rez Cortez, Jiego Malvar, Bayani Martin, Carlo Muñoz, Leandro Muñoz, Mico Palanca, Joel Torre

Season 11 (2002–2003)[edit]

# Episode title Directed by Written by Original air date
01"Sweepstakes Ticket"
Don CuaresmaDelfin IlaoMay 2, 2002 (2002-05-02)

Jay possesses the qualities of a son every mother dreams of having- selfless, responsible, and loving to his mother and little sister. After graduating from high school, Jay works in a factory where money is hard to earn; nevertheless, he finds the job worth keeping as long as it is enough to keep his blind mother off the streets. Amidst their difficult life making measly income, Jay learns a valuable trait from his mother through a seemingly peculiar habit of buying lottery tickets and believing in luck.

Cast: John Lloyd Cruz, Nonie Buencamino, Ronalisa Cheng, Cris Daluz, Tessie Tomas, Romano Vasquez

Season 12 (2003–2004)[edit]

Season 13 (2004–2005)[edit]

# Episode title Directed by Written by Original air date Ratings
TBATBAJanuary 1, 2004 (2004-01-01)

Unlike her mother and sister, Cecille was never interested in beauty contests. On the contrary, her passion involved food, and this resulted to obesity. Her weight was often the subject of ridicule among people she encountered, but thanks to her family's love, Cecille was at peace with herself. No one knew that Cecille would become a celebrity. After bagging the role of the comic character, Dabiana, in a television show, Cecille became famous for her weight and won the hearts of two remarkable men.

Cast: Arlene Muhlach, Jestoni Alarcon, Joel Torre
Nuel Crisostomo NavalArlene "Iya" TamayoAugust 26, 2004 (2004-08-26)N/A

Francisco Domagoso (Danilo Barrios), later known as Isko Moreno, was a street child born into his father's second family. He was determined to bring himself out of poverty and provide for his family before he was recruited by a talent manager to be part of show business.[2][3]

Cast: Danillo Barrios, Rio Locsin, Nonie Buencamino, John Glenn Ignacio

Season 14 (2005-2006)[edit]

Season 15 (2006-2007)[edit]

Season 16 (2007–2008)[edit]

# Episode title Directed by Written by Original air date
Jeffrey JeturianRuel MontañezFebruary 1, 2008 (2008-02-01) (re-aired on February 19, 2022)

Kat-Kat was abrominately fell in love with her other guy during the summer carnaval near their house, she been make hardship when they fell in love by a boy named Roel a vendor selling some popcorns beside the fair, they usually do what love makes differences affecting their life before pubery, if they since both had trouble meaningful conditions in life, will Kat-Kat make decision as beads of romances endure?

Cast: Eliza Pineda, Joshua Dionisio,Lotlot De Leon,Richard Quan, Mymy Davao, Mikylla Ramirez, Steven Fermo, Gemmae Custodio, Chris Gutierrez
Nuel C. NavalJoan HabanaMarch 14, 2008 (2008-03-14)

To heed love's call or to follow the Lord's calling? Such is the dilemma of pen pals Sheila (Roxanne Guinoo) and Dennis (Joross Gamboa). Corresponding with each other for 8 years, Sheila and Dennis's friendship eventually develops into something more. However Dennis' vocation as a seminarian hinders them from truly pursuing what they feel for one another. Difficult as it is, they must choose which path to take and eventually realize their true destinies.

Cast: Roxanne Guinoo, Joross Gamboa, Coco Martin, Allan Paule, Jenny Miller, Kathleen Hermosa, Khaycee Aboloc, Bella Padilia, Kenjie Garcia
Jeffrey JeturianArah Jell BadayosMarch 28, 2008 (2008-03-28)

Nina (Hazel Ann Mendoza), who has been adopted by some relatives in Manila, shares to her younger sister Jasmine (Maja Salvador) how wonderful city life is. The young woman paints such a beautiful picture of her experiences in Manila that Jasmine could not help but long for the same thing. Coming from a financially-strapped family living in the province, nine-year-old Jasmine wished that she can be adopted by their well-off relatives too, so she can also have the comfortable life Nina is experiencing. It was too late however when she realizes that Nina merely embellished the story of her glorious city life. Worse, she was entrusted to a different set of relatives, who instead of taking care of her as their own flesh and blood, rapes her not once but several times. Can Jasmine ever escape this life of torture?

Cast: Hazel Anne Mendoza, Maja Salvador, Maricel Laxa, Jason Abalos, Gerald Madrid, Dick Israel, Crispin Pineda, Encar Benedicto, Zeppi Borromeo, Chix Alcala, Biboy Ramirez, Lester Llansang

Season 17 (2008–2009)[edit]

Season 18 (2009–2010)[edit]

Season 19 (2010–2011)[edit]

Season 20 (2011–2012)[edit]

Season 21 (2013)[edit]

Season 22 (2014)[edit]

Season 23 (2015)[edit]

Season 24 (2016)[edit]

Season 25 (2017)[edit]

Season 26 (2018)[edit]

Season 27 (2019)[edit]

Season 28 (2020)[edit]

Season 29 (2021)[edit]

Season 30 (2022)[edit]


  1. ^ "Tonight At 7:00". Manila Standard. Kagitingan Publications, Inc. May 15, 1991. p. 15. Retrieved November 10, 2020.
  2. ^ ""Aklat" (Isko)". ABS-CBN. August 26, 2004. Archived from the original on March 27, 2018.
  3. ^ "The Isko Moreno story tonight on Maalaala". Philstar Global Corp. August 26, 2004. Retrieved January 18, 2020.