My Beloved

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My Beloved
My Beloved title card.jpg
Title card
Created by RJ Nuevas
Written by
  • Vinuel Ello
  • Des Garbes-Severino
  • Obet Villela
Directed by
Creative director(s) Jun Lana
Opening theme "How Did You Know" by Mark Bautista & Rachelle Ann Go
Ending theme "Forever My Beloved" by Rachelle Ann Go
  • Cecile Azarcon ("How Did You Know")
  • Joseph Olfindo ("Forever, My Beloved")
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Tagalog
No. of episodes 83
Executive producer(s) Mona Coles-Mayuga
Producer(s) Wilma Galvante
Production location(s)
Cinematography Roman Theodossis
Camera setup Multiple-camera setup
Running time 30-45 minutes
Production company(s) GMA Entertainment TV
Original network GMA Network
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Original release February 13 (2012-02-13) – June 8, 2012 (2012-06-08)

My Beloved is a 2012 Philippine television drama romance fantasy series broadcast by GMA Network. Directed by Dominic Zapata and Lore Reyes,[1] it stars Dingdong Dantes[2] and Marian Rivera.[3] It premiered on February 13, 2012 on the network's Telebabad line up replacing Survivor Philippines: Celebrity Doubles Showdown and worldwide on GMA Pinoy TV.[4] The series concluded on June 8, 2012 with a total of 83 episodes. It was replaced by One True Love in its timeslot.


The production shooting began October 4, 2011 with Dingdong Dantes and Rhian Ramos as the main lead casts. My Beloved is supposed to be the follow up project of the two after the highly-success of their 2009 series Stairway to Heaven, but due of some controversies, Rhian Ramos requests to take a leave from her work because of the trauma she is going through. The actress also asked that she be replaced "as she feels that she cannot give her best to the show given her current state of mind".[5]

The production, leaving no choice but to search for the immediate replacement for Ramos' character. There were plenty of speculations that in actress, Carla Abellana's hands landed the role of Sharina. But in one of her interviews, she told that she haven't heard that yet, but she's willing to portray the role.[6]

On December 16, GMA Network's corporate communications released a statement that "Primetime Queen" Marian Rivera (who had recently completed Amaya) will be Dingdong Dantes's new leading lady, making My Beloved their fifth project together after starring in the past hit television series like MariMar (2007), Dyesebel (2008), Ang Babaeng Hinugot sa Aking Tadyang (2009) and Endless Love (2010).[7]


Sharina's happy life turns upside down with the death of her father, Romeo (John Arcilla). Left all alone with nothing and no one to care for them after her mother eloped with another man, Sharina (Marian Rivera) and her younger sister Monica (Jennica Garcia) must now live and work under the strict rules of their aunt Elsa (Chanda Romero) and her daughter Ginella (Saab Magalona). Life has been unbearable for the two sisters, but Sharina does not give up in despair, and instead strives to get an education through the help of Lily (Rio Locsin), a kind-hearted teacher who treats Sharina like her own daughter.

Tragedy has struck Sharina's world once again when Lily died. Much to her surprise, Lily entrusted her small business including her house to Sharina. So, together with her sister Monica, Sharina decided to move into Lily's house and start a new life. One day, Sharina sees Lily's old painting of a man inside her ancestral house. She also gets hold of Lily's diary and learns of her encounter with a man who saved her from an accident. Lily fell in love with this mysterious person and waited to be reunited with him until her last breath. Completely intrigued with the identity of the good-looking man on the canvas, Sharina could not get the face of the man out of her mind and it repeatedly haunts her dreams every night. Until she meets an accident and Sharina finally comes face to face with the mystifying being in the painting. The man saves her from death and Sharina kisses him before he disappears. In the divine realm of angels, one strict rule applies to every "sundo"—that no angel of death can fall in love with a human being. In such case, Arlan (Dingdong Dantes) has freely chosen to give up his immortal state when he genuinely kissed Sharina back. Meanwhile, when Sharina wakes up, she searches for her rescuer and falls in love with him. Unknown to her, the man in the painting and her rescuer is one and the same person.

But by a startling twist of fate, Sharina and her "mystery" man's paths will entwine as she meets Benjie (Dingdong Dantes), a playboy and a member of small-time syndicate. The angel Arlan, who has been punished and banished to earth to become a mortal, transfers his soul into Benjie's body and has equally fallen in love with Sharina. Now, Arlan must live a life of a mortal, and redeem himself to go back to heaven. As Sharina yearns to be united with her mystery man, she will face many struggles after discovering his real identity as a thief and gangster. Now trapped into Benjie's body, Arlan must learn how to feel human emotions and endure the day-to-day life of a normal human being. Now that the two fated lovers are reunited, Sharina and Benjie/Arlan must face the harsh reality and obstacles that will come their way.

Cast and characters[edit]

Dingdong Dantes portrays Arlan.
Marian Rivera portrays Sharina Quijano.
Katrina Halili portrays Emmie Montecastro.
Alden Richards portrays Rico Castor.

Lead cast[edit]

The series' male protagonist - A sundo or an angel of death who falls in love with the human Sharina. By disobeying the strict rule of heaven (that no angel can fall in love with a human being), Arlan punished and sent to earth to become mortal. His spirit transfers into Benjie’s body –- a major playboy and a member of a small-time syndicate. Now, he must cope and live a life of a normal human being. He later falls in love with Sharina and will do anything for her. He even abandoned a pregnant Emmie at their wedding and ran away with Sharina. Sharina later dies due to Emmie unplugging the machine at the hospital that was keeping her alive. Sharina goes to hell, but Arlan commits suicide and saves her from hell by pleading to God.[8] It is later revealed that he is still alive and that Emmie is keeping him alive in her house using her newfound money.
The series' female protagonist - A charming, kind-hearted, God-fearing and strong-willed woman. Sharina will endure all the pains and sacrifices for the sake of her love ones. One fateful day, Sharina meets the man of her dreams, angel Arlan, after nearly dying from a fatal vehicular accident. Sharina kisses Arlan, who is in fact a "sundo" or one who takes the souls of the dead to their final resting place. Because of the kiss, Arlan is sentenced to be a mortal man, and is transported to the body of a notorious thief named Benjie.[9] She later dies and goes to hell, but Arlan comes after her and she lives again. After returning from the hospital, it's revealed that she is pregnant with Benjie's child, believing that Benjie is dead, she is forced to marry Nelson so she can give her child a good life.

Supporting cast[edit]

The series female' antagonist - The loyal girlfriend of Benjie. An alluring lady a scheming woman. A loving and supportive sister, but will fight tooth and nail for the man she truly loves.[10] She later takes the money that Gimo left at her house to buy a new house and keep Benjie alive.
The series male antagonist - Tall, dark, rich, handsome and a perfect gentleman... an ideal guy for every girls. But Nelson’s heart and eyes are already captured by the beautiful Sharina and he’s willing to give everything just to win her heart.[11] He is devastated that Sharina abandoned him at the altar and tried everything to forget Sharina. He later comes back a week after Arlan just died and proposes to Sharina, which she accepts. He died after being shot by Gimo.
Pretty, brave and tactless. Monica is the younger sister and defender of Sharina. Set to get married to her long-time boyfriend, Junic, but the latter died in a bank robbery incident. Bravely facing the tragic event of her life, Monica vows to get justice for her departed boyfriend. She doesn't get along with her mother after she comes back. She finds comfort it Ronald while Sharina and her mother are in the hospital leading her to fall in love with him.
The ever loving and responsible boyfriend of Monica. He is on the brink of marrying his beloved girlfriend, but unfortunately died in a bank robbery incident. In the middle of the story, he meets Joanna, a ghost, who like him, still can't get move on and still watching over and guiding her boyfriend, Ronald. Eventually, the two make a deal that they match their alive love ones so that they can finally move to heaven.
Pretty, cheerful and super ambitious. Grace is a poor girl who pretends to be well-off but eventually falls in love for Rico.
Tough, street-smart and naughty, Rico is the younger brother of Benjie. He grows up in a slum area and molds to become the best thief in town. But his outlook in life changed when he meets Grace, his one true love.
The series' male antagonist - Dangerous and ruthless. A notorious criminal. Gimo is Benjie's childhood friend who is also the leader of their gang he is the scheming man.
Drunkard and gambler. She once had a strong faith in God, but lose it after experiencing countless misfortunes throughout her life. Lola Inggay earns a living by deceiving people as a jueteng collector. She later stays at Emmie's house while Benjie is being treated by her.
Sharina and Monica's authoritarian aunt who will make their lives a living hell.
The arrogant daughter of Elsa. Head over heels to Nelson and she will do everything just to catch his attention and love.
Emmie's bratty and ambitious younger sister who falls in love with Rico.
  • Gianna Cutler as Pepay Castor
Benjie and Rico's youngest sister who has the ability to see and communicate with dead people.
  • Reika Suzuki as Sunshine

Extended cast[edit]

Guest cast[edit]


According to AGB Nielsen Philippines' Mega Manila household television ratings, the pilot episode of My Beloved earned a 30.3% rating.[13] While the final episode scored a 26.1% rating.[14]

International broadcast[edit]

Country Network Title Date
Vietnam SCTV phim tổng hợp Người tình bí ẩn February 11, 2014


Year Award Category Recipient Result
2012 PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Drama Actor Dingdong Dantes Nominated
FMTM Awards TV Series Loveteam of the Year Dingdong Dantes and Marian Rivera Nominated
2013 ENPRESS Golden Screen TV Awards Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Drama Series Dingdong Dantes Nominated


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  13. ^ Santiago, Erwin (February 17, 2012). "AGB Nielsen Mega Manila People & Household Ratings (Feb. 14-16): GMA-7 sweeps both daytime and primetime programming". Retrieved March 2, 2018. 
  14. ^ Santiago, Erwin (June 13, 2012). "AGB Nielsen Mega Manila Household Ratings (June 8-12): Pacquiao-Bradley boxing match scores a knockout". Retrieved March 2, 2018. 

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