Sunnyville

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Sunnyville
Sunnyvilletitlescreen.jpg
Created by GMA News and Public Affairs
Directed by Dante Nico Garcia
Starring Love Añover
Patricia Gayod
Jermaine Ulgasan
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Filipino, English
No. of episodes 32 episodes
Production
Executive producer(s) Sharon Rose Masula
Running time 30 minutes
Release
Original network GMA Network
Picture format 480i SDTV
Original release April 10 – November 13, 2010

Sunnyville is a weekly kid-friendly and educational TV program made for Filipino children. It was produced by GMA News and Public Affairs. The show premiered April 10, 2010 and concluded November 13, 2010 (it shown every Saturday morning and consist of 32 episodes over all).[1]

Sunnyville was actually the sequel of another kid-oriented show Happy Land.

Plot[edit]

The show is set in Brgy. Sunnyville, the new home that awaits playful 5-year-old Buboy (Jermaine Ulgasan), and his elder sister Anna (Patricia Gayod).

Buboy, Anna and their Tita Auring (Joy Viado) are excited about their new home at Sunnyville. They get a warm welcome from the neighbors from the tenement, and they meet new friends, too. But the sunniest and happiest surprises await them: the resident repairwoman and everyone’s big sister Ate Belle (Love Añover) and the Bahay Butingting are also in Sunnyville!

Completing the picture is their pet and friend, Ming Ming, whom Anna and Buboy immediately look for in Ate Belle’s stockroom. And instead of finding their furry friend, the stockroom takes them to a new and mysterious world where giant plants and flowers abound. Where are Anna and Buboy? Will this new world bring better and brighter adventures for them?

Hosts[edit]

Main Cast[edit]

  • Love Añover as Ate Belle
  • Patricia Gayod as Anna
  • Jermaine Ulgasan as Buboy
  • Joy Viado as Tita Auring

Extended Cast[edit]

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