Maynila (TV series)

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Maynila
Genre
Created by GMA Entertainment TV Group
Written by Sara San Luis
Directed by G. Phil M. Noble
Starring
Country of origin Philippines
No. of episodes N/A (airs every Saturday) (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s)
Alessandra A. Beltran

Lani Atienza

Camera setup Multi-camera set up
Running time
30 minutes (1999-2002) 60 minutes (2002-present)
Release
Original network GMA Network
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Original release December 13, 1999 (1999-12-13) – present

Maynila[1] (lit. Manila) is a Filipino drama anthology that has been broadcast on Philippine television since 1999 in GMA Network.

Originally aired Mondays-Fridays and 5-day episode per week, it presently became a weekend drama anthology of inspiring stories of people who are having love problems and challenges that affect every Manileño's lives. The show is hosted by former Manila mayor, secretary of DENR & current BUHAY Partylist Rep. Lito Atienza. The show was originally aired on weekday (Mondays to Fridays) afternoons and moved to Saturday mornings before Sarap Diva. After the elections, Atienza went back to the show and do acting in a cameo appearance instead of hosting.

The series now airs 2009-present on Saturdays at 9:40 AM past episodes now air internationally daily through GMA Life TV.

Host[edit]

  • Former DENR Sec., Manila Mayor & Current BUHAY Partylist Rep. Lito Atienza
  • Ali Atienza (sit-in host while his father was running for Mayor of Manila)

Awards[edit]

  • Nominated, Best Drama Anthology - PMPC Star Awards For TV (1999-2014)
  • Nominated, Best Drama Series - Catholic Mass Media Awards (1999-2014)
  • Winner, Best New Male TV Personality For Ruru Madrid "Maynila: Faith In Love" - PMPC Star Awards For TV 2013

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