Love Bug (Philippine TV series)

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Love Bug
Genre Romance, Drama, Comedy
Created by GMA Entertainment TV Group
Directed by various
Starring various
Opening theme "Lovebug" by Joshua Dionisio, Jhake Vargas, Elmo Magalona and Six Feet Long
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Filipino, Tagalog, English
No. of episodes 16 (as of September 19, 2010)
Location(s) Metro Manila, Philippines
Hong Kong
Running time 30-60 minutes
Original network GMA Network
Picture format 480i SDTV
Original release May 23, 2010 (2010-05-23) September 26, 2010 (2010-09-26) (Philippines)
(GMA Pinoy TV) – September 19, 2010

Love Bug is a Philippine drama anthology and romantic television show produced by GMA Network. It premiered on May 23, 2010.[2]


With the success of weekly drama anthologies, television series, and drama series, and reality sitcoms GMA Network provides a Sunday afternoon anthology tackling love stories. It was shortly-lived, airing from May 23, 2010 to September 2010. It is now renamed Reel-Love Presents. The show's name was derived from Jonas Brothers song Lovebug


First episode: "The Last Romance"[edit]

A young athlete, Rackie Carla Abellana, meets Hero Dennis Trillo, a handsome young man. They fall in love aboard a cruise going to Hong Kong. Rackie has a terminal illness; Hero is a soon-to-be-wed groom and event organizer working his way to give his soon-to-be wife Iwa Moto the perfect life. Rackie and Hero's encounter makes them realize that love only comes once in a lifetime in all unexpected places.[3]

"The Last Romance" aired for four episodes.

Second episode: "Exchange Of Hearts"[edit]

This is the first time for the new StarStruck V competitors to enter a TV series. The production focuses on finalists in the next story about the tests and complicated world of love between young adults.

It starred Diva Montelaba, Sarah Lahbati, Steven Silva, and Enzo Pineda.

Third episode: "Wish Come True"[edit]

The third episode starred Rich Asuncion, Chariz Solomon, Daniel Matsunaga and Kris Bernal.

Fourth episode: "Say I Do"[edit]

Alvin (Mark Anthony Fernandez) is madly in love with Faye (Lovi Poe). Feeling they are meant to be together, they decide to get married. Alvin wants his divorced parents to come together at the wedding. Chona (Carmi Martin) makes a scene and Ulyeses (Joey Marquez) decides to apologize for the dismay and commotion at the important event. Alvin just wants them to get along (but not be together) after his mother's heartache and hardships. Alvin and Faye go to the same phase as well as they start fighting. Will they realize that sometimes people who are meant to be together should be with the ones they love? Is love better the second time around?

The fourth episode aired August 29, 2010 – September 19, 2010.

See also[edit]