Mula sa Puso (2011 TV series)

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Mula sa Puso
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Genre Action, Crime, Drama, Romance, Suspense, Thriller
Written by Wenn V. Deramas
Directed by Wenn V. Deramas
Starring Lauren Young
JM De Guzman
Enrique Gil
Opening theme "Mula Sa Puso" by Jovit Baldivino
Composer(s) Vehnee Saturno
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Filipino, English
No. of episodes 98
Production
Executive producer(s) Mark Anthony Gile
Adjanet Rase
Running time 30-45 minutes
Production company(s) Dreamscape Entertainment TV
Release
Original network ABS-CBN
Picture format NTSC (480i)
Original release March 28 (2011-03-28) – August 12, 2011 (2011-08-12)
Chronology
Related shows Mula sa Puso (1997)
External links
Website www.abs-cbn.com/Weekdays/article/9439/mulasapuso/Mula-Sa-Puso.aspx

Mula sa Puso (lit. From the Heart) is a Philippine remake of the original 1997 TV series that starred Claudine Barretto, the late Rico Yan and Diether Ocampo airing on ABS-CBN from March 10, 1997 to April 9, 1999. The 2011 remake stars Lauren Young, JM De Guzman and Enrique Gil. The show is directed by the same director of the original series, Wenn V. Deramas.[1] This is the second soap opera remake of the network after its initial success and high ratings of the 2010 remake, Mara Clara. The show's original airing was at 6:00pm in 1997-1999 and was used again broadcasting this 2011.

Official Promotional Poster

Overview[edit]

Adaptation[edit]

Mula sa Puso is a remake of the 1997 television series of the same title. It starred Claudine Barretto as Via, the late Rico Yan as Gabriel and Diether Ocampo as Michael. Two years after the series had its finale in 1999, it was adapted into a film where the whole cast reprised their roles except Ricardo Cepeda and Snooky Serna who played Abdon and Criselda. On March 2011, ABS-CBN announced that they had decided to remake the television series after the success of Mara Clara.[2] The remake will star Lauren Young as Via, JM De Guzman as Gabriel, and Enrique Gil as Michael. Ariel Rivera and Eula Valdez, who were both part of the 1997 series and the 1999 film, respectively, are set to join the cast playing different roles this time. Wenn V. Deramas who directed the 1997 series and the 1999 film is also set to direct the remake. The series adaptation is part of Kapamilya Gold, ABS-CBN's promotion for its upcoming series such as Nasaan Ka Elisa?, Maria la del Barrio and Hiyas.

Synopsis[edit]

Via (Lauren Young) has been treated like a princess by her father, Don Fernando (Ariel Rivera), a millionaire. On Via's eighteenth birthday, her hand was given to her childhood friend Michael (Enrique Gil) for marriage, although she does not have feelings for him like he does for her. Amid this drama, a revelation will begin when Via's aunt, Selina (Eula Valdez) plots her personal retribution on her brother, at the expense of Via. In the process, Via will meet Gabriel (JM de Guzman) who will save her from her heartache and become her hero in disguise. She will also cross paths with her real identity of her real mother Magda (Dawn Zulueta) who happens to be Gabriel's adoptive mother.

Cast[edit]

Main cast[edit]

  • Lauren Young as Olivia "Via" Pereira-Amarillo[3] - the main protagonist of the story. She is the good daughter of Don Fernando and Magdalena Pereira. Olivia's real name was Angelica, given to her by her biological mother, but as she got raised by her father and her father's wife, she grew up with the name Olivia, or "Via" for short. Later she married Gabriel.
  • JM De Guzman as Gabriel Maglayon -Amarillo- he is the son of Rocco. A kind hearted and hardworking young taxi driver who will do everything to earn the trust of Don Fernando and to prove his love for Olivia Pereira. Later he married Via.
  • Enrique Gil as Michael Miranda[4] - Via's childhood friend, he had special feelings for Via.
  • Dawn Zulueta as Magdalena "Magda" Trinidad-Pereira[5] - the lost mother of Via. She fell in love with Don Fernando and she has a scar face after surviving an acid attack by Selina. Later she married Don Fernando.
  • Eula Valdez as Selina Pereira-Matias - the main antagonist of the story. She is the sister of Don Fernando, however she is not his biological sister. She is clever, quick-thinking, and intelligent, but at the same time evil scheme, greedy and merciless to others especially having deep revenge, and a grudge she held over Magda. She perpetrated the acid attack which left a scar on Magda's face. She married Ysmael and had a daughter named Nicole and an older son named Gilbert. Until one day trying to kill Via, she saw Nicole in the bus with bombs and she was killed instead. Selina got severely burned after finding Nicole inside the exploded bus. In the end, she was killed by a speeding truck while showing her pride and quarreling with her neighbors. As she was dying bloodily, the flashbacks of the painful past happened to her and horrible crimes she did were seen.
  • Ariel Rivera as Don Fernando Pereira[6] - Via's father who lives a full life of deceit by his adoptive sister Selina and will face the truth admist of it all that he and Magda are still meant to be after so many trials and tribulations.

Supporting cast[edit]

  • Charee Pineda as Katherine "Kate" Dela Cruz/Sister Katherine - She treats Ninong as her father. She later fell in love with Gabriel. And later, she became a nun.
  • Alex Castro as Thaddeus - The new bodyguard Via hired.
  • DJ Durano as Ysmael Matias - Selina's husband.
  • Paul Salas as Warren - he was raised by Magda. He treats Gabriel as his brother.
  • Tyron Perez as Gilbert Matias - Ysmael's son and Nicole's half-brother. His love interest is Via.
  • Cris Villanueva as Rocco Amarillo - The biological father of Gabriel who saved the life of Magda. He died after being shot by Selina. He is buried beside his wife at the family ranch.
  • Sue Ramirez as Nicole Matias - Ysmael and Selina's loving daughter, towards the end of the series, she rebels against her parents and joins Via. However, she tragically dies in a bus accident on the way to Baguio, after an explosion, which was meant to kill Via. The bomb was placed directly near their seat, thus killing everyone on the bus.
  • Devon Seron as Mariel - She is the maid at Don Fernando's house and is Via's best friend.
  • Beauty Gonzalez as Wendy - works as a female escort and is vocal about her romantic feelings for Gabriel.
  • Eagle Riggs as Priscilla aka Precy - Magda's loyal best friend.
  • Rubi-Rubi as Tindeng - the mother of Mariel who works as a maid for Pereira household.
  • Minco Fabregas as Atty. Samuel Miranda - The father of Michael and a friend of Don Fernando.
  • Rochelle Barrameda as Dominique Miranda - The mother of Michael.
  • Bobby Yan as Lando
  • Phytos Ramirez as Neal
  • Dennis Marasigan as Selina's Lawyer
  • DM Sevilla as Peter
  • Manuel Chua as Abdon Macasaet
  • Gary Lim as Kabo
  • Neri Naig as Jaja Lampaz/Fake Selina - Selina had her face changed to look like her.

Special participation[edit]

Differences for the Original and Remake[edit]

Trivia[edit]

  • In the readaptation, it did not have more characters as the original.
  • This is Lauren Young last show in ABS-CBN before moving to GMA Network in 2012.
  • This is Eula Valdez, Ariel Rivera and Cris Villanueva comeback show in ABS-CBN, after leaving GMA Network in both 2010 and 2011.
  • This is Tyron Perez last show, before his death in December 2011.
  • This is Dawn Zulueta comeback drama television show after three years since Mars Ravelo's Lastikman in 2007.

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