Talk:Fantaserye and telefantasya
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with teleserye more popular than teledrama, teleserye is used as the name of the article. so with fantaserye, GMA shows are more successful and they call them telefantasya. they are more popular than fantaseryes so as you have said, whichever is a more popular name should be the name of the article. (Jaxology 14:41, 9 January 2007 (UTC))
Why does Fantaserye is redirected to Telefantasya?
- Fantaserye was the first term used for a soap opera-based fantasy shows, so why are you insisting Fantaserye to be redirected to Telefantasya? - wikipedia user
Is Princess Sarah considered a Fantaserye? It seems as if it's an anime turned into a real-life drama. Looking at it, there isn't any part of Princess Sarah which makes it a fantaserye.LordBelly06 (talk) 05:23, 6 July 2008 (UTC)
Adapting an anime, which was originally really a fiction novel doesn't make it a work of fantasy literacy. Personally, I'd only consider something to be of a fantastical nature a) if it involves using some form of supernatural forces (magic, Force, whatever) or b) by having unnatural lifeforms. Having said that, I haven't watched this series at all to give an informed decision. Godrikk (talk) 17:58, 7 April 2009 (UTC)