Pangako Sa 'Yo

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Pangako Sa 'Yo
Pangakosayotitlecard.jpg
Title card for Pangako Sa 'Yo
Genre Drama, Romance
Created by ABS-CBN
Developed by Star Cinema
Written by Emman dela Cruz
Ted Boborol
Michiko Yamamoto
Creative director(s) Olivia M. Lamasan
Starring Kristine Hermosa
Jericho Rosales
Eula Valdez
Jean Garcia
Theme music composer Rey Valera
Opening theme "Pangako Sa 'Yo" by Vina Morales
Country of origin Philippines
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 486
Production
Executive producer(s) Ellen Nicholas Criste
Running time 30-45 minutes
Release
Original network ABS-CBN
Original release November 13, 2000 (2000-11-13) – September 20, 2002 (2002-09-20)
Chronology
Related shows Pangako Sa 'Yo (2015)
External links
Website

Pangako Sa 'Yo (Lit: Promise to You / English: The Promise) is a primetime soap opera series produced and broadcast by the Philippine television network ABS-CBN. It is dubbed the first "teleserye" on Philippine television. It starred Kristine Hermosa and Jericho Rosales. The soap, which ran from November 13, 2000 to September 20, 2002, spanned 486 episodes at 30 minutes each then replaced by Bituin. The show posted an all-time high rating of 64.9% during its September 2002 series finale, posting the country's second highest rating for any episode by a TV series next to Esperanza and Labs Ko Si Babe, and the highest rated finale episode for any Filipino TV series. A remake was produced in 2015, starring Angelica Panganiban, Ian Veneracion, Kathryn Bernardo, Daniel Padilla, and Jodi Sta. Maria, who had also starred in the original series. [1]

Plot[edit]

The story begins with the romance between Amor de Jesus (Eula Valdez) and Eduardo Buenavista (Tonton Gutierrez). Eduardo's mother, Doña Benita (Liza Lorena), opposes the relationship since Amor was a housemaid and because she wanted Eduardo to marry Claudia Zalameda (Jean Garcia) for political reasons. Doña Benita asked Eduardo's older brother, Diego (Jestoni Alarcon), who was also attracted to Amor, to separate them. Upon seeing Diego trying to rape Amor, Eduardo mistook it as them having a relationship, breaking his heart and prompts him to marry Claudia. The now-pregnant Amor was banished from the Buenavista hacienda and she returns to her mother in Manila, who was living at the Payatas dumpsite. She vows revenge on the Buenavista family when she learns that Eduardo has married Claudia.

After giving birth to her daughter, María Amor (Kristine Hermosa), Amor and her friend, Lourdes (Amy Austria), survived by working in clubs. Amor caught the eye of a rich American named James Powers, who brings her to the United States. She leaves Maria Amor and her mother, Chayong (Perla Bautista), behind at the dumpsite and sends money to them from time to time. James Powers proves abusive towards Amor, forbidding her from returning home when a landslide hit the dumpsite. Amor, thinking that her mother and daughter had died, and in retaliation for all his abuses towards her, does not get her husband medical help when he suffered a stroke. James Powers dies and Amor inherits his fortune.

Eduardo and Claudia had two children: Angelo (Jericho Rosales) and Lia (Jodi Sta. Maria). Eduardo is the governor of the province of Punta Verde while Claudia has become the ever-elusive queen of illegal gambling in Punta Verde. Angelo was a rebel who dislikes his father while Lia was a sweet, devout Catholic teenager who cares for the feelings of her loved ones.

Amor's daughter, Maria Amor, survives the landslide and was adopted by Isko (Cris Daluz) and Belen Macaspac (Eva Darren). They already had a son named Caloy (Jay Manalo), who hates Yna. The couple found drawings Eduardo made for Amor, signed "Ynamorata" near the abandoned child, so they decided to call the little girl they found Ynamorata. Isko and Belen later had another child, Flerida (Hazel Ann Mendoza).

Doña Benita regretted forcing Eduardo to marry Claudia, as her daughter-in-law turned out to be cruel. On her deathbed, she tried to explain that she who broke Eduardo's relationship with Amor, but died before being able to do so. To atone for her sins, Doña Benita's spirit haunts the dreams of the grown Yna.

By accident, Yna and Eduardo meet, and Yna dreams of Doña Benita showing her that her past lies in the Buenavista family. Intrigued, she gets a job working as a housemaid for the Eduardo's household. Yna and Angelo fall in love, much to Claudia's chagrin. She looks down on housemaids and servants, and actively makes Yna's life a living hell.

Amor Powers returns to the Philippines after making a name for herself in the business world in the United States. Amor had been planning her revenge on the Buenavistas, whom she blames for her past sufferings, as well as the assumed death of Maria Amor. The dilemma was that, after finding out that Yna's true father was Eduardo, Angelo and Yna were therefore thought to be half-siblings. It was later revealed that Angelo's biological father was not Eduardo, nor was it Simon Barcial (John Arcilla), Claudia's former, impoverished lover. Angelo's biological father was finally revealed to be Diego (who was also revealed to be adopted), who sired Angelo with a poor woman named Thelma, who had died.

It also turns out that Claudia had a daughter with Simon. Claudia's father switched the babies after Doña Benita demanded a male heir (the boy that replaced the girl was revealed to be Angelo). The daughter was Clarissa (Dianne dela Fuente) and she was raised by an old woman named Puríng (Anita Linda) as Maria Amor. Puring had Clarissa believe she was Maria Amor de Jesus, the daughter of Amor.

To exact revenge on Amor, Claudia kills Maria Amor/Clarissa, but later finds out the girl's true identity and was deeply crushed. Her heart immediately filled with more anger towards Amor, as well as regret. She planned to kill the entire Buenavista family at Yna and Angelo's wedding but everyone made her realize how important she was and how she should bring out the goodness in her heart that was once filled with evil, hatred, greed and revenge. She realizes everything and reconciles with everyone at the wedding. While kneeling in front of everyone, she sees Clarissa's spirit at the altar and begs forgiveness. Claudia was forgiven by everyone but because of her past crimes, she was sentenced to lifelong imprisonment. And a little while later, Amor gave her Clarissa's ashes.

Five years later, each of the major characters are happy and reunited with their true loves: Yna marries Angelo, Claudia marries Simon inside prison, while Amor and Eduardo were wed at last.

Cast[edit]

Main cast[edit]

Kristine Hermosa portrays Yna Macaspac.
Eula Valdez portrays Amor Powers.
Jodi Sta. Maria portrays Lia Buenavista (2000 version) and Amor Powers (2015 version).
  • Kristine Hermosa as Yna Macaspac / Yna Macaspac-Buenavista / Maria Amor de Jesus - Born in the depths of richness, Yna's real identity will remain a mystery to her and to her adoptive family, following a tragic accident that separated her from her biological mother, Amor. Only a vision haunts her in the night, the image of an old lady (Doña Benita Buenavista) linking her to her distant past.
  • Jericho Rosales as Angelo Buenavista - Angelo is a boy disturbed by his own principles and of his family's disposition leading him to a consistent emotional battle with his parents, governor Eduardo Buenavista and Claudia. But his life will take a drastic turn when he meets Yna, a worker in the hacienda. In the end, he was revealed to be the biological son of Diego with his mistress Thelma.
  • Eula Valdez as Amor de Jesus-Powers / Amor de Jesus-Buenavista - The lowly maid of the Buenavistas whose love for Eduardo transcends the boundaries of their stations in life. Keeping their relationship a secret was as hard as having to please Doña Benita who treated her with cruelty. Her love for Eduardo will be crushed by greed, forcing her to live a life of misery and an endless search for revenge.
  • Jean Garcia as Madam Claudia Zalameda-Buenavista / Claudia Zalameda-Barcial - The daughter of a political family whose wealth could save the falling empire of the Buenavistas. Arranged to be married to Eduardo, Doña Benita will soon taste the wrath of a bitter Claudia. In the end, it was revealed that Angelo was not her son and instead was the mother of a girl named Clarissa (sired with Simon).
  • Tonton Gutierrez as Governor Eduardo Buenavista - The ever-obedient son to the domineering Doña Benita. In love with Amor, the housemaid, Eduardo will sacrifice his love for her because of a single lie.
  • Jestoni Alarcon as Diego Buenavista - The eldest son of the Buenavistas. Although the first-born, he always tries to win his mother's heart but is constantly rejected. He lives a life full of envy and deep hatred for his brother Eduardo who always gets the best of everything, including the love of Amor. In the end, it was proven that he was an adopted son of Doña Benita and that he was the biological father of Angelo.
  • Amy Austria as Lourdes Magbanua-Buenavista - Rescued by Diego from the wayward life, Lourdes' predicament became even worse as they both try to survive a life of poverty after Diego moved out of the Buenavista hacienda.
  • Jodi Sta. Maria as Lia Buenavista-Mobido - The kindhearted daughter of Eduardo and Claudia. Lia bears the pain of being unloved by her own mother. She later falls for Jonathan, a young catechist who gives her the strength to go on living.

Supporting cast[edit]

  • Patrick Garcia as Jonathan Mobido - Quietly heeding the call of God, Jonathan became caught between saving souls and following his heart's desire, Lia Buenavista.
  • Vanessa del Bianco as Bea Bianca Bejerrano / Electrika Powers - A balikbayan who wreaks havoc in the lives of Angelo and Yna. She will do anything to keep a man right where she wants him. She is later found out to be the long-lost biological daughter of James Powers (Amor's late husband). Later, she ended up in a mental hospital.
  • Dianne dela Fuente as Maria Amor de Jesus / Clarissa Barcial - She was the biological daughter of Claudia and Simon Barcial. She was manipulated by Claudia to pose as Maria Amor 's supposed to be a daughter of Eduardo & Amor for the first-time. She was killed by Claudia. Claudia later learns of Clarissa's true identity.
  • Eva Darren as Belen Macaspac - Wife to Isko and mother to Caloy, Belen takes Yna under her wing and treats her as her own.
  • Cris Daluz as Francisco "Isko" Macaspac - Isko is the father of two girls and Caloy who, in spite of their impoverished state, still had the heart to adopt Yna. He is stricken with the deadly Alzheimer's disease.
  • Hazel Ann Mendoza as Flerida Macaspac - Yna's younger adoptive-sister.
  • Evangeline Pascual as Betty Mae Verseles - Amor's trusted and kind-hearted friend who helps her every step of the way. She is also Yna's helper and manager.
  • Minnie Aguilar as Coring - The faithful "pet" of Claudia who obeys all her "idol's" dark commands just to please her. Despite Claudia being so rude and evil, she still holds up with her along the way.
  • Michelle Bayle as Felicity Banks - The understanding, kind-hearted daughter of Tony Banks who Angelo fell in love with. She was blackmailed by Claudia to forcibly marry Angelo when she becomes pregnant with Angelo's baby. She later dies in a car accident.

Extended cast[edit]

  • John Arcilla as Simon Barcial - The poor lover of Claudia who became a rich businessman. He is the biological father of Clarissa, his daughter with Claudia.
  • Nikka Valencia as Julieta Macaspac - Married to Caloy, she was Isko and Belen's scheming daughter-in-law.
  • Jay Manalo as Caloy Macaspac - Yna's adoptive older brother. He operates an illegal "saklaan" and makes Yna's impoverished life a living nightmare.
  • Luis Alandy as David San Luis - Yna's childhood friend who has a secret love on her.
  • Carlo Muñoz as Mark Delgado - Governor Buenavista's loyal assistant and confidant. He harbors a secret desire for Amor.
  • Liza Lorena as Doña Benita Buenavista - Eduardo and Diego's mother. The matriarch of the prominent Buenavista clan who has no consideration for human life and whose only desire is to gain more wealth at the expense of everyone, including her own family.
  • Ricky Davao as Tony Banks - The rich and powerful business rival of Amor who turns out to be the father of Felicity. He once had a business partnership with Claudia but he got betrayed.
  • Richard Quan as Benjie Gatmaitan - A news reporter who eventually became a book author. He wrote a book about the Buenavista family. He is also Julieta's second husband after Caloy died.
  • Sally Baderes as Nimfa Macaspac - Yna's eldest sister. She works in a night club and was infected by HIV.
  • Rey Kilay as Cookie - Yna's trusted, helpful friend and make-up artist.
  • Ernie David as Digoy
  • Dante Castro as Warden
  • Ian Galliguez as Chinee
  • Perla Bautista as Chayong de Jesus - Amor's mother and also Yna's biological grandmother.
  • Flora Gasser as Pacita
  • Mosang as Doray
  • Monina Bagatsing as Rizza
  • Dennis Trillo as Ruel
  • Melissa Mendez as Minerva Capito
  • Kristine Garcia as Elizabeth - Jonathan's mother.
  • Ilonah Jean as Cherry Barcial
  • Georgina Sandico as Grace Magpantay
  • Connie Chua as Panying
  • Gigette Reyes as Debra
  • Gladys Reyes as Norina
  • Roi Rodrigo as Miguel
  • Ramon Christopher as Cris
  • Ronnie Quizon as Badeo
  • Gino Paul Guzman as Rebel
  • Mike Lloren as Albert
  • Toffee Calma as Arman/Eman
  • Jeffrey Hidalgo as Kenneth
  • Corrine Mendez as Shiela
  • Jane Zaleta as Julie Anne
  • Gem Ramos as Lia's Friend
  • Rodney Shattara as Lia's Friend
  • Paolo Contis as Vinny
  • Mico Palanca as Lia's Friend
  • Berting Labra as Pepe de Jesus
  • Joed Serrano as Joed
  • Anita Linda as Puring San Juan
  • Raquel Villavicencio as Dr. Castillo
  • Erwin Tulfo as himself (cameo)
  • Phoemela Baranda as Queenie Bermudez
  • James Cooper as James
  • Leni Rivera as Pinky Lee
  • Alfred Vargas as Dyno Zuryete
  • Ina Raymundo as Eidelwess Guttenberg
  • Denise Laurel as Chammy
  • Jon Achaval as Enrico
  • Mark Acueza as Kit
  • Froilan Sales as Rufo Delgado
  • Maribeth Bichara as Charisma Ledesma
  • Lucita Soriano as Lola Gaying
  • Bing Davao as Lorenzo dela Merced
  • Suzette Ranillo as Fatima dela Merced
  • Jiro Manio as Kokoy dela Merced
  • Onemig Bondoc as Errol Garcia
  • Juan Rodrigo as Fr. Crispin Arenas - the biological father of Jonathan.
  • Roderick Lindayag as Dolfo
  • Tara Ballesca as Young Bea Bianca
  • Rene Pangilinan as Rene - Amor Powers' personal driver/bodyguard
  • Gerard Pizzaras
  • Pocholo Montes
  • Chinggoy Alonzo
  • Vic Vargas

Production credits[edit]

  • Directors: Jerry Lopez-Sineneng, Trina Dayrit, Rory Quintos
  • Screenwriters: Tammy Bejerano, Theodore Boborol, Emman de la Cruz, Dado C. Lumibao and Michiko Yamamoto
  • Producers: Ellen Nicolas Criste and Malou N. Santos

Awards and recognition[edit]

  • Asian Television Awards 2001: Runner Up - Best Drama Series
  • Asian Television Awards 2001: Highly Commended - Best Direction (Long Form)
  • 15th PMPC Star Awards for Television: Best TV Series
  • 15th PMPC Star Awards for Television: Best Actress - Eula Valdez
  • 16th PMPC Star Awards for Television: Best Actress - Jean Garcia

Reruns[edit]

On August 14, 2006, Pangako Sa 'Yo had a rerun on ABS-CBN and on the The Filipino Channel until December 2007. Reruns are currently shown on Cinema One Global an international affiliate of TFC starting October 17, 2011 to January 2012. A less successful rerun was aired from March to August 2011 on ABS-CBN, in the late evening timeslot (1:30 A.M. - 3:30 A.M.) every day, with an alternate ending. It re-aired again on Jeepney TV on Sky Cable Channel 69 (now moved to Sky Cable Channel 9 in April 2013).

In Malaysia, through local satellite TV channel, ASTRO Bella, starting November 22, will air Pangako Sa 'Yo because of high demand. It airs in Tagalog with Bahasa Melayu subtitles. Airs Monday to Friday at 11:00am with encore on the same day and also on weekends with marathon. In Singapore through local satellite TV Channel from Malaysia, Astro Prima on mio TV Channel 602 starting 10 April 2013, will air Pangako Sa 'Yo because of high demand in Singapore due to this series was first shown on MediaCorp Suria in 2007. It airs in Tagalog with Bahasa Melayu subtitles. Airs Monday to Friday at 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM with encore on the same day at 10:00 AM and also on 12 midnight on same day.

Cambodian adaptation[edit]

Cambodia's The Promise (2013) title card.

Pangako Sa 'Yo was adapted in Cambodia when Cambodian Television Network (CTN) acquired rights from ABS-CBN.[2] Entitled The Promise (Khmer:សន្យាស្នេហ៍), the Cambodian version was produced by Khmer Mekong Films (KMF) and aired in Cambodia from 2013 to 2014 with 198 episodes. It was adapted to suit the Cambodian cultural context and audience sensitivities.

The Promise was broadcast peak-time on CTN, Cambodia's most popular TV channel, running three shows a week until July 2014.

Remake[edit]

The first remake of Pangako Sa'Yo debuted on May 25, 2015. It stars Jodi Sta. Maria, Ian Veneracion, Angelica Panganiban, Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla. Rory Quintos, who directed the original series, will also direct the remake. The remake is produced by Star Creatives.[3]

Jodi Sta. Maria, who played Lia Buenavista in the original, is cast as Amor Powers in the 2015 remake. Two other cast members from the original version would also be included in the 2015 remake - Amy Austria (who played Lourdes Magbanua) is cast as Belen Macaspac; and Richard Quan (who played Benjie Gatmaitan, the investigative reporter) is cast as Theodore Boborol, Eduardo Buenavista's political rival.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ ABS-CBNnews.com (April 30, 2015). "Pangako Sa 'Yo: Then and Now". Retrieved 10 April 2015. 
  2. ^ ABS-CBNnews.com (March 10, 2012). "Pangako Sa 'Yo Gets Cambodian Adaptation". Retrieved 10 April 2013. 
  3. ^ Pangako Sa'yo 2015 Remake Teaser

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