That's My Amboy

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That's My Amboy
That's My Amboy title card.jpg
Title card
Also known as My Superstar
Genre
Created by
  • Rodney Junio
  • Rhoda Mariño
Written by
  • Denoy Navarro-Punio
  • Rhoda Mariño
  • Renei Patricia Dimla
  • Anna Levita Macapugay
Directed by
Creative director(s) Roy Iglesias
Starring
Opening theme "Umaasa Pa Rin Ako" by The Mike Bon Gang
Ending theme "Perfect Together" by Julie Anne San Jose
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Tagalog
No. of episodes 68
Production
Executive producer(s) Lani Feliciano-Sandoval
Production location(s) Quezon City, Philippines
Cinematography Joe Tutanes
Editor(s)
  • Robert Ryan Reyes
  • Noel S. Mauricio II
Camera setup Multiple-camera setup
Running time 25-45 minutes
Production company(s) GMA Entertainment TV
Release
Original network GMA Network
Picture format 1080i (HDTV)
Original release January 25 (2016-01-25) – April 29, 2016 (2016-04-29)
External links
Website

That's My Amboy (International title: My Superstar) is a 2016 Philippine television drama romance comedy series broadcast by GMA Network. Directed by Dominic Zapata and Joyce E. Bernal, it stars Barbie Forteza and Andre Paras.[1] It premiered on January 25, 2016 on the network's Telebabad line up replacing MariMar in Because of You's timeslot and worldwide on GMA Pinoy TV.[2][3] The series concluded on April 29, 2016 with a total of 68 episodes. It was replaced by Once Again in its timeslot.

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

Plot[edit]

Maru, a brave girl is a big fan of her father Lito, an action star choreographer. And here comes her always fighting little sisters, Maricar and Mayte who have opposite idols. Maricar is so obsessed of Bryan's charm, while Mayte is a fan of PaTrin, a love team of Patrick Almeda and Trina Dominguez. The two girls fight every time the TV is settled to the two, by different networks.

Bryan is a spoiled famous actor who never wants to follow his manager, Divine. He actually gets whatever he wants to. And when he knows who Maru really is, all of that changed.

On the other hand, Bryan is not that close with his love team partner, Miley. Instead, he is still hoping to have Trina in his life. But their love story starts to be complicated when Patrick ask Trina if she would allow him to be his girlfriend.

Maru gets to know Bryan Ford while they are having orgasm in Bryan Ford's room because of her two sisters and starts to know each other when Bryan accidentally slept at Maru's little truck. Maru and Bryan are mad at each other which causes them to get trouble at all times. Actually, a viral video of Maru and Bryan fighting gets trending at some social networking sites.

That video is a big disadvantage in their lives. Bryan gets gossiped by the viewers, while Maru takes a hard time finding her new job. She cannot find any job because of that video, but she didn't mind it. She never gives up.

On a grand fans day of PaTrin, Mayte asks Maru to accompany her. Maru accepts it. And an incidence is Bryan is in the Fans day too. The electrical machines sparks, which causes the people to panic. Maru and Bryan were running when they accidentally kissed each other.

And when Bryan fires Simon, his Personal Assistant, his manager Divine search for his new Personal Assistant. And an accident happened. While having an action scene, Bryan and Lito were in a fight. Bryan imagined Lito is Patrick, and started to make the scene very true. He accidentally punched Lito which caused him to fall down. He has damaged his knee, and used clutches to walk. He was not able to work anymore. To alleviate the situation caused by her protege, Divine got Maru as Bryan's personal assistant. The two didn't know they were meant, but they surely do.

And when they discover that they were to work with each other, they start to quarrel all the time.[6]

Cast and characters[edit]

Barbie Forteza portrays Maru Carreon Tapang.
Lead cast
Supporting cast
Guest cast

Ratings[edit]

According to AGB Nielsen Philippines' Mega Manila household television ratings, the pilot episode of That's My Amboy earned a 21.5% rating.[7] While the final episode scored a 20.5% rating.[8]

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