May Bukas Pa (2000 TV series)

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May Bukas Pa
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May Bukas Pa
Created by Viva Television
Directed by Gil Tejada, Jr
Starring Dina Bonnevie
Cherie Gil
Albert Martinez
Opening theme May Bukas Pa (instrumental)
Ending theme May Bukas Pa by Wency Cornejo
Save this Heart by Lani Misalucha
Kung Wala Na by Jaya
Bakit Iniwan by Freestyle
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Tagalog, English
No. of episodes 270
Production
Executive producer(s) Vic del Rosario
Running time 30 minutes
Release
Original network IBC (2000)
RPN (2000-2001)
Picture format 480i SDTV
Original release April 24, 2000 (2000-04-24) – May 4, 2001 (2001-05-04)
External links
Website
This article is about the 2000 TV Series aired on IBC and RPN. For the 2009 TV Series which is different from the first series, go to May Bukas Pa

May Bukas Pa (lit. There Is Still Tomorrow) is a Philippine television series aired by IBC from April 24 to September 28, 2000 and transferred to RPN from October 2, 2000 to May 4, 2001, and produced by Viva Television. It stars Dina Bonnevie, Albert Martinez and Cherie Gil.

Plot[edit]

Sofia’s husband Rico, was a drunk and a bum and didn’t work to support the family. This is why Sofia had to work in place of her husband just to make ends meet. In spite of this, Sofia’s husband was able to accuse her of adultery and took off with their only daughter, Milagros. Sofia then, went after her husband but before being able to confront him, the husband was run over by a bus.

Not to be dismayed, Sofia went off to Manila in search for her lost child. Little did she know that her daughter was adopted by a famous actress named Divina Miguel whose motives for the child was a political move to increase hype for her new movie.

Sofia, having been gifted with an angelic voice, was discovered by a talent manager and eventually became a famous singer-actress. The point came where Sofia’s popularity overshadowed Divina’s and to make things worst, Ramon, Divina’s love team, tied the knot with Sofia and left Divina. This made Divina Miguel furious and from then on considered Sofia as her mortal enemy. Dreading Sofia for taking away everything from her, Divina directed her anger towards her poor adopted child Bea (Milagros).

At times, Divina would think about her child that she gave away for her career. Divina was disowned by her aunt Donya Felisa when she became pregnant. What Divina doesn’t know is that the child she gave away fell under the care of Delia (the maid of Donya Felisa). This child is Charie. Divina was maltreating Charie as she’s just a maid’s daughter, not knowing that it was her own child.

However, when Donya Felisa died, Divina would plot to acquire her aunt’s wealth against Irene who is her aunt’s adopted child and happen’s to be Sofia’s long lost sister.

Cast[edit]

Main Cast[edit]

Supporting Cast[edit]

Extended Cast[edit]

Minor Cast/Special Participation[edit]

Staff[edit]

Directed by: Gil Tejada Jr.

Headwriter: RJ Nuevas

Writers: Suzette Doctolero, Patricia Valenzuela

Songs[edit]

  • May Bukas Pa by Wency Cornejo (main theme) - Originally performed by Rico J. Puno
  • Save This Heart by Lani Misalucha (closing theme)
  • Kung Wala Na by Jaya (closing theme)
  • Bakit Iniwan by Freestyle (closing theme)
  • Breathless by The Corrs - used by Girls can Sing (Anne Curtis, Aiza Marquez, Vanna Garcia, Maui Taylor) in the contest they joined

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