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|Theme music composer||Jay Durias|
|Opening theme||"The Flight" by Richard Gonzales|
|Ending theme||"Ikaw Nga" by South Border|
|Country of origin||Philippines|
|No. of episodes||166|
|Camera setup||Multiple-camera setup|
|Running time||20-41 minutes|
|Production company(s)||GMA Entertainment TV|
|Original network||GMA Network|
|Picture format||480i (SDTV)|
|Original release||August 2, 2004 –|
March 18, 2005
Mulawin is a Philippine television drama fantasy series broadcast by GMA Network. Directed by Don Michael Perez and Dode Cruz, it stars Richard Gutierrez, Angel Locsin and Dennis Trillo. It premiered on August 2, 2004 on the network's Telebabad line up. The series concluded on March 18, 2005 with a total of 166 episodes. It was replaced by Darna in its timeslot.
The success of the series led to television spin-offs - Encantadia in 2005 and Iglot in 2011. While continuations of the series, the film Mulawin: The Movie was released in 2005 and the television series Mulawin vs. Ravena was broadcast in 2017.
The story centers around the species called "Mulawin". Who once helped the humans to save mother nature, they excluded themselves and hid in the mountains due to the human's greediness. While a rebel band of Mulawins called "Ravena" want revenge against the humans. The peace of humans and Mulawins lies in Aguiliz, the protector and Alwina, the envoy.
Cast and characters
- Lead cast
- Supporting cast
- Ara Mina as Vultra / Violeta / Veronica
- Gary Estrada as Rasmus
- Amy Austria as Lourdes
- Zoren Legaspi as Bagwis
- Romnick Sarmenta as Habagat
- Lloyd Samartino as Lucio Montenegro
- Karen delos Reyes as Savannah Montenegro
- Bearwin Meily as Kuwak / Makisig
- Bryan Revilla as Lino
- Pia Pilapil as Lucila Montenegro
- Marissa Sanchez as Tuka
- Alicia Alonzo as Rosing
- Kiel Rogriguez as Terong
- Bianca King as Aviona
- Jaja Bolivar as Biba
- Happy Lynn Sy as Yolly
- Eddie Gutierrez as Dakila
- Recurring cast
- Miguel Tanfelix as Pagaspas / Gas
- Sam Bumatay as Lawiswis / Wis
- Tricia Roman as Pamela
- Michael de Mesa as Ravenum
- Guest cast
- Kurt Perez as young Aguiluz
- Kristel Fulgar as young Alwina
- Paul Salas as young Gabriel
- Shammel Leask as young Aviona
- Eunice Lagusad as young Biba
- Carmina Villaroel as Ina / Salimbay
- Tanya Garcia as Paloma
- Isabella de Leon as Mayi
- Rainier Castillo as adult Pagaspas
- Denise Laurel as adult Lawiswis
- Eagle Riggs as Dak-dak
- Bidz dela Cruz as Ngas-ngas
- Sasi Casas as Gad-gad
- Ang-ang - Portrayed by
- Michael Roy Jornales as Kuskos
- Musmos - Portrayed by
- Sakmal - Portrayed by
- Jeff Carpio as Laab
- Hampas - Portrayed by
- Procopio - Portrayed by
- Bianca- Portrayed by
- Princess Punzalan as Maningning
- Cristine Reyes as Estrea
- Shermaine Santiago as Oyayi
- Ehra Madrigal as Dalaginding
- Giselle Toengi as Ynang Reyna
- Sheryl Cruz as Linang
- Nancy Castiglione as Muyak
- James Blanco as Aramis
- Ian Veneracion as Panabon
- Bettina Carlos as Florona
- Katarina Perez as Banayad
- Mayumi - Portrayed by
- Daluyong - Portrayed by
- Jay Aquitania as Mulagat
- Edwin Zarate as Lumbas
- Roi Vinzon as Daragit
- Balasik - Portrayed by
- Geneva Cruz as Haraya
- Botchok - Portrayed by
- Ching ching - Portrayed by
- Caloy / Laki / Hidalgo
A direct sequel to the series, the film Mulawin: The Movie was produced by Regal Films and GMA Films and was released in theaters on December 25, 2005 as an entry to the 2005 Metro Manila Film Festival. A continuation of the film, the television series Mulawin vs. Ravena premiered on GMA Network on May 22, 2017.
In October 2004, GMA Records released an album entitled Songs Inspired By Mulawin which serves as the series' original soundtrack.
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- Mulawin: The Movie. 2005. GMA Network. Retrieved on February 1, 2010.
- Encantadia. 2005. GMA Network. Retrieved on February 1, 2010.
- Etheria. 2006. GMA Network. Retrieved on February 1, 2010.
- Tuazon, Nikko (January 2, 2017). "Mulawin sequel, Full House with Regine Velasquez, included among GMA-7 shows for 2017". Retrieved April 3, 2017.
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