Luv U

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Luv U
Luv U second season logo.jpg
Second season logo
Genre Teen sitcom, School
Created by Edgar Mortiz
Written by Roderick ″Ricky″ Victoria
Jimmy Sherwin Buenvenida
Josel Garlitos
Badjie Mortiz
Directed by Edgar Mortiz
Frasco Mortiz
Badjie Mortiz
Starring Miles Ocampo
Marco Gumabao
Igi Boy Flores
Alexa Ilacad
Nash Aguas
Angeli Gonzales
Sharlene San Pedro
Jairus Aquino
Kobi Vidanes
Sophia Baars
Opening theme Crush
by T.O.P
Composer(s) Lito Camo
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Filipino, English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 203
Executive producer(s) Lunomy Merana
Camille Mortiz-Malapit
Producer(s) Raquel Frieda Buenvenida
Location(s) Quezon City
Editor(s) Karl Mayshle
Omar Cervantes
Camera setup Multi-camera
Running time 1 hour
Production company(s) Dreamscape Entertainment Television
Original network ABS-CBN
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Original release February 19, 2012 (2012-02-19) – January 17, 2016 (2016-01-17)
External links

Luv U (lit. Love You) was a Filipino teen comedy series which was aired every Sunday afternoons after Kapamilya Mega Blockbusters and before TV Patrol Weekend on ABS-CBN, replacing Growing Up.


Lessons in love through the eyes of six teen students of Lambertu Uy Villarama University or LUV U as they experience the highs and lows of being in love at a very young age.

In the first season, the show featured former Goin' Bulilit kids Miles Ocampo, Kiray Celis, CJ Navato and Igi Boy Flores, with singing sensation Rhap Salazar and Angeli Gonzales, and newbie teen actor Marco Gumabao.[1][2][3][4][5]

In the second season, the show will feature another batch of former Goin' Bulilit kids as newbies in the fictional university. Some former cast members from the previous season will make a return namely Smokey Manaloto, Bentong and many more. Newly added casts are also added like Eda Nolan and Alora Sasam.

The new season has a more-serious tone, it focuses not only on love but also the struggles and dilemmas of modern-day Filipino teenagers face such as bullying, friendship fall-outs, first break-up, studying difficulties, family acceptance and other real-life high school issues.

First season logo (2012-2013)


Season Episodes Originally aired
Season Premiere Season Finale
1 69 19 February 2012 (2012-02-19) 9 June 2013 (2013-06-09)
2 135 16 June 2013 (2013-06-16) 17 January 2016 (2016-01-17)

Cast and characters[edit]

Main cast[edit]

Actor/Actress Character name Season(s)
1 2
Miles Ocampo Camille Sarmiento Yes Yes
Kiray Celis Whitney Muñoz Yes Yes
Angeli Gonzales April Muñoz Yes Yes
Marco Gumabao Joaquin Bartolome "JB" Arellano Yes Yes
Igi Boy Flores Rocky Dominguez Yes Yes
CJ Navato Boom Enriquez Yes Yes
Karen Reyes Ayen Timbol Yes Yes
Sharlene San Pedro Shirley Bernardo / Madeline Wells No Yes
Alexa Ilacad Alexis "Lexie" Domingo No Yes
Sophia Baars Patricia "Patty" Cordero No Yes
Nash Aguas Benjamin "Benj" Jalbuena No Yes
Jairus Aquino Frederick "Drake" Lagdameo No Yes
Kobi Vidanes Archie Samonte No Yes
Mika Dela Cruz Marjorie "Marj" De Silva No Yes

Supporting cast[edit]

Actor/Actress Character name Season(s)
1 2
Rhap Salazar Maximillo "Max" Mariano Yes Yes
Alfred Labatos Fredo Cuenca Yes Yes
Vanjo Cuenca Banjo Labatos Yes Yes
Arie Reyes Honey Marasigan Yes No
Tippy Dos Santos Paris delos Santos Yes No
Ryan Boyce Roy Roman Yes No
Michelle Vito Viv Samonte No Yes
Smokey Manaloto Principal Spencer "P.S." Yes Yes
Cai Cortez Ms. Becky Belo Yes Yes
Bangs Garcia Ms. Quennie Casimsiman Yes No
Eda Nolan Ms. Bettina "Betty" Ramos No Yes
Hyubs Azarcon Mang Ariel Yes Yes
Bentong Mang Jules Yes Yes
Joy Viado Lola Paula Yes Yes
Alora Sasam Judilyn Sanchez No Yes
Dominic Ochoa Nicanor "Nick" Jalbuena No Yes
Paul Salas Thirdy Villarama No Yes
Zonia Ysabel Mejia Mercedes "Cedes" Advincula No Yes

Guest cast[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Result
2012 PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Youth-Oriented Program Won
2013 PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Youth-Oriented Program Won
2014 PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Youth-Oriented Program Won
2015 PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Comedy Program Nominated

See also[edit]


  1. ^ New teen comedy show ‘Luv U’ introduces new heartthrob Marco Gumabao retrieved via 02-15-2012
  2. ^ Is Miles Ocampo the next Bea Alonzo or Sarah Geronimo? retrieved via 02-15-2012
  3. ^ Luv U: Official Teaser retrieved via via abscbnonline user 02-17-2012
  4. ^ Luv U: Official Music Video retrieved via via abscbnonline user 02-17-2012
  5. ^ Bulilits take on high school life in new comedy series retrieved via 02-17-2012

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