The Substitute Bride

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Precious Hearts Romances Presents:
The Substitute Bride
Genre Drama
Created by Martha Cecilia
Directed by Connie S.A. Macatuno
Nico Hernandez
Starring Paw Diaz
Rafael Rosell
Carla Humphries
Opening theme "Way Back Into Love" by Sam Milby and Toni Gonzaga
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Filipino, Tagalog, English
No. of episodes 10
Executive producer(s) Mark Anthony Gile
Location(s) Philippines
Running time 30-45 minutes
Original network ABS-CBN
Picture format NTSC (480i) SDTV
Original release February 15 (2010-02-15) – February 26, 2010 (2010-02-26)
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The Substitute Bride is the 6th episode of the Precious Hearts Romances Presents series. It stars Paw Diaz, Rafael Rosell and Carla Humphries.


This episode begins after Wilda's auntie died, when an unexpected driver leaves her auntie dead on the road. Wilda Abrantes now 23, and living presently in 2010, is an unemployed graduate. She seeks help in the classified ads, so she can find a job. She leads herself into the Guttierez engineering firm, but her cousin, who was a recent secretary, tells her the needs and wants of Mr. Guttierez. Also, no one can fall in love with him, and they never last one day, one week, or one month or even a year, after he tricks them into falling in love with him. So Wilda plans on becoming a secretary to show him what he has got. She immediately gets accepted, as she becomes the 24-year-old Wilda Abrantes, and does not even fall for his charms. However, secretly then as months go by, and now 9 months later, Wilda and Brent start falling in love, after a recent conversation on top of the roof's terrace. They have a lovely coffee date before leaving work. This leads to their romance, but both hide their feelings. A few days later, Candra (Carla Humphries) comes home and is in an arranged marriage with Brent, but Wilda finds out Candra is the daughter of the man who left her auntie 7 years ago on the road dead, after running her over. So, she decides to hide her identity as a secretary, but as Brent fights his feelings back, he then unexpectedly gets left by Candra, and unexpectedly Wilda is called in to be his substitute bride. Brent's mother, who already loves Wilda, agrees, even though Candra left. However, as they live a happily ever after, Candra returns, and her father as she does not like what she sees. One night Brent rescues her, and after everything is at peace, they fall in love and live happily ever after, and now both believe that love does end with one.


Main cast[edit]

Supporting cast[edit]

  • Ricardo Cepeda as Armando Guttierez
  • Melissa Mendez as Josie Lopez-Guttierez
  • Soliman Cruz as Peping Albantes
  • Frances Ignacio as Elena Albantes
  • Lorenzo Mara as Hector Dela Rosa
  • Cara Eriguel as Rory
  • Manuel Chua as Carlo
  • JM De Guzman as Jimmy

Guest Cast[edit]

  • Julia Montes as Young Wilda
  • Cheska Ortega as Young Candra
  • Nikko Buenviaje as Teen Brent
  • Justin Cuyugan as Sam
  • Dionne Monsanto as Agnes

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Quintos, Napoleon (2010-02-12). "Rafael Rosell is happy to be busy on TV". Showbuzz. ABS-CBN. Retrieved 2010-02-14. 
  2. ^ Quintos, Napoleon (2010-02-12). "Carla Humphries doesn't want to be typecast in kontrabida roles". Showbuzz. ABS-CBN. Retrieved 2010-02-14.