Super Ma'am

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Super Ma'am
Super Ma'am title card.jpg
Title card
Also known as My Teacher, My Hero
Genre
Created by Aloy Adlawan
Written by
  • Aloy Adlawan
  • Kit Villanueva-Langit
  • Renato Custodio Jr.
  • Glaiza Ramirez
Directed by
  • Lord Alvin Madridejos
  • Albert Langitan
Creative director(s) Roy C. Iglesias
Starring Marian Rivera
Theme music composer Tata Betita
Opening theme "Siya Ay Si Super Ma'am" by John Kenneth Giducos
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Tagalog
No. of episodes 95 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s) Nieva M. Sabit
Production location(s) Philippines
Editor(s)
  • Robert Pancho
  • Jen Sablaya
  • Mark Sison
  • Ella Cruz
  • Dic Lavastida
  • Ver Custudio
Camera setup Multiple-camera setup
Running time 23-37 Minutes
Production company(s) GMA Entertainment TV
Release
Original network GMA Network
Picture format 1080i (HDTV)
Original release September 18, 2017 (2017-09-18) – January 26, 2018 (2018-01-26)
External links
Website

Super Ma'am (International title: My Teacher, My Hero) is a 2017 Philippine television drama action fantasy series broadcast by GMA Network. Directed by Lord Alvin Madridejos and Albert Langitan, it stars Marian Rivera in the title role. It premiered on September 18, 2017 on the network's Telebabad line up replacing Mulawin vs. Ravena and occupying the timeslot of Alyas Robin Hood and aired worldwide on GMA Pinoy TV. The series concluded on January 26, 2018 with a total of 95 episodes. It was replaced by Sherlock Jr. in its timeslot.[1][2]

Originally titled as The Good Teacher, it was later renamed to Super Ma'am.[3]

The series is streaming online on HOOQ and YouTube.[4][5]

Premise[edit]

Minerva Henerala, a high school teacher had lost her mother and sister to an archaeological accident many years ago. She had an encounter with winged creatures and shape shifters called as Tamawo. Throughout the years, the Tamawo have made their way into the city and abducts children to feed on their energy. Minerva becomes "Super Ma'am", a Tamawo hunter and saves the human world from them.[6]

Cast and characters[edit]

Marian Rivera portrays Minerva Henerala.
Meg Imperial portrays Jessica Montesa.

Main cast[edit]

Works as a teacher for a living and a Tagachu, a slayer of bad entities.
Minerva's grandmother who have visions of the Tamawos.
  • Kim Domingo as Avenir Segovia / Mabelle Henerala / Vera
Minerva's sister who was raised and influenced by Greta after she was captured.
An elemental deity who was sent to the mortal world to diminish the Tamawos and to guide the Tagachu. She resides in the Manunggal jar.
A Tamawo who is Greta's recruit.
A school janitor who is secretly a Tamawo.
A student with high IQ level who accelerated to the tenth grade at a young age.
A Tamawo who would disguise as a human to conquer the world.

Supporting cast[edit]

  • Matthias Rhoads as Trevor Jones
An archaeologist who investigates about the Tamawos.
Minerva's father.
A student of Minerva in remedial class.
An assistant principal who despises Minerva.
A vlogger and media personality who investigates about the Tamawos along with Trevor.
  • Shyr Valdez as Lailani
Jessica's boss and the school principal.
A Mathematics teacher.
  • Julius Miguel as Bixby Henerala
Minerva's brother.
Avenir's Tamawo sidekick and trainer.
  • Ashley Rivera as Rose
A teacher and Jessica's friend.
Minerva's student in remedial class.
  • Andrew Gan as Keno
Greta's driver and personal assistant who is also a Tamawo.
Kristy's best friend.
  • Ralph Noriega as Onin Cortez
A former school bully.

Guest cast[edit]

A Tamawo and Greta's former assistant.[7]
An archaeologist and Minerva's mother.
A Tagachu whom later passed her role to Minerva.
An archaeologist who is the root cause of Tamawos' escape.
  • Zackie Rivera as Isay
A victim of Greta.
  • Richard Quan as Gorio
The uncle of Jake.
A Tamawo leader who kidnaps kids for Greta.
  • Tonio Quiazon as Arlan
A Tamawo warrior who steals for Greta.
Guerrero of Visayas.
A giant Tamawo from Visayas and brother of Nuno.
Guerrero of Visayas and brother of Isko Dagohoy.
  • Althea Ablan as Katrina "Katitay" Golo
The niece of Ace and Esteban's sister.
A Tamawo and friend of Esteban.
The aunt of Isay.
Leader of the manananggals.
A Manananggal.
  • Divine Tetay as Wendy "Wen" Magpantay
A Manananggal.
The pregnant sister of Onin.
  • Lia Valentin as Rosa
Jake's cousin.
  • Ermie Concepcion as Lola Tale
Jake and Rosa's grandmother.
A Tamawo from the west and part of the "Tamawo Konsejo".
The chieftain who takes the case of Avenir.
  • John Kenneth as Justin Ombrero
Michelle's brother
A doctor.
A zombie and the ex-boyfriend of Kristy.
A poison of Arjay who became the second Super Ma'am.
A fan of Super Ma'am.
A mermaid.
A human who Pearly wants to find.
  • Joanna Katanyag as Celeste
  • Ayeesha Cervantes as Wendy
  • Ces Aldaba as Lolong
  • Beki Belo as Mema Sirena
  • Andrea del Rosario as Azravach
An ulupong.
An ulupong.
An ulupong.
  • Ameera Johara as Pythona
An ulupong.
  • Victor Neri as Agalon
A tamawo king.
Guererro of Visayas, brother of Isko and Isagani Dagohoy.

Ratings[edit]

According to AGB Nielsen Philippines' Nationwide Urban Television Audience Measurement People in Television Homes, the pilot episode of Super Ma'am earned a 9.5% rating.[8] While the final episode scored a 10.7% rating.[9] The series had its highest rating on November 24, 2017 with an 11.1% rating.[10]

In Mega Manila household television ratings, 48.6% was its highest rating. In Urban Luzon, it had its highest rating on November 24, 2017 with a 45.3% rating.[11]

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