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'Si Ser Chief, Si Maya at ang Teleserye' Airs June 16 on ABS-CBN | Cheche Lazaro Presents

Posted on June 14, 2013 | 11:47 PM

Broadcast journalist Cheche Lazaro looks into the enduring fondness of Filipinos for television drama series or teleseryes then and now in another special episode of the documentary “Cheche Lazaro Presents” titled “Si Ser Chief, Si Maya at Ang Teleserye” that airs this Sunday (June 16).

 Cheche Lazaro Presents: 'Si Ser Chief, Si Maya at ang Teleserye'

One of the teleseryes that has captured the hearts of viewers is “Be Careful With My Heart.” The series, whose story revolves around a widower and businessman “Richard Lim” or “Ser Chief” and nanny-turned-flight attendant Maya dela Rosa (Jodi Sta. Maria), remains a top-rater since it premiered in July 2012. Ser Chief and Maya’s love story and charming chemistry have captivated audiences, while scenes of the kilig-serye have consistently trended on social media.

“Be Careful With My Heart” has changed the habits of viewers in the country and has also touched viewers abroad through The Filipino Channel. The show’s appeal cuts across ages, gender, social classes and race. In fact, Malaysia’s first commercial TV station, TV 3 has reportedly expressed a strong interest in acquiring the series.

But before “Be Careful With My Heart,” other Kapamilya programs have already made a buzz in the international scene, particulary in Malaysia where “Magkaribal,” “Prinsesa ng Banyera,” “Dahil May Isang Ikaw,” “Impostor,” “Imortal,” “Budoy,” “Iisa Pa Lamang,” and “Mara Clara” have been aired. Kristine Hermosa and Jericho Rosales’ “Pangako Sa’yo,” meanwhile, became a hit in Cambodia.

Aside from Malaysia and Cambodia, some Kapamilya teleseryes were also aired in other Asian countries such as Brunei, Myanmar, China, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Vietnam, Korea at Taiwan.

What is it with teleseryes that keeps viewers glued? What do these programs reflect about the entertainment industry and society as a whole?

Don’t miss “Cheche Lazaro Presents: Si Ser Chief, Si Maya at Ang Teleserye” on ABS-CBN this Sunday (June 16), 10:15AM with replays at 11:30PM.

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ABS-CBN Dramas, In-Demand in other Asian Countries

Posted on January 8, 2013 | 4:30 PM

When it comes to Philippine drama series that cross borders, ABS-CBN Corporation has proven that it is the premier provider in Asia.  Out of the 30,000 hours of various content it has sold worldwide since 2000, ABS-CBN International Distribution has sold approximately 40% of these to eleven Asian countries, enabling non-Filipino, Asian viewers to enjoy top-calibre Filipino programs on their own television screens.

ABS-CBN Dramas, In-Demand in other Asian Countries

Among these, Malaysia is the top buyer of ABS-CBN dramas with more than 3,000 hours of content sold to Malaysian TV networks Astro Bella and TV3 since 2000.

“Magkaribal,” “Prinsesa ng Banyera,””Dahil May Isang Ikaw,” “Impostor,” “Imortal,” “Budoy,”and “Iisa Pa Lamang” were some of the titles sold to Astro Bella, Malaysia’s first in-house pay TV channel for telenovelas. These account for the 850 hours of content bought from ABS-CBN by this TV channel owned by the Malaysian satellite provider Astro. “Dahil May Isang Ikaw” is Astro Bella’s highest-rating Filipino drama, registering an amazing 67% audience share.

TV3, Malaysia’s first commercial television station, meanwhile, has bought 95 hours of content from ABS-CBN through Malaysia’s leading integrated media investment group, Media Prima.

One of the shows it has acquired is “Mara Clara,” which proved to be a big hit during its run in TV3 after it successfully gained an average of 1.5 million viewers. The Malaysian network is set to air “My Girl” in January 2013 and this early on, is expressing a strong interest to acquire “My Binondo Girl” and “Be Careful with My Heart.”

Cambodians are likewise shaping up to be avid viewers of ABS-CBN dramas. ABS-CBN has sold 28 canned shows to Cambodian TV channels capped by the recent landmark deal made with Cambodian Television Network (CTN) to localize the hit primetime series “Pangako Sa ’Yo” by 2013.

Aside from Malaysia and Cambodia, other Asian territories where ABS-CBN titles have been sold for a non-Filipino audience are Brunei, Myanmar, China, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Vietnam, Korea and Taiwan.

A business unit of ABS-CBN, International Distribution has been recognized in the global arena as a reliable foreign content provider and has been a premier source of high quality Filipino programming in over 50 territories all over the world.

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Walang Hanggan Finale Creates a New Record, Beats Mara Clara's 43.4%

Posted on October 31, 2012 | 5:31 PM

ABS-CBN’s phenomenal TV drama “Walang Hanggan,” topbilled by Richard Gomez, Dawn Zulueta, Susan Roces, Helen Gamboa, Melissa Ricks, Joem Bascon, Paulo Avelino, Julia Montes, and Coco Martin, recently ended on a high note as its finale soared high in the ratings game and dominated the worldwide trending topics on Twitter.

Julia Montes and Coco Martin in the record-breaking finale of Walang Hanggan

Based on the latest data of Kantar Media last Friday (October 26), ABS-CBN’s top-rating drama series garnered 45.4% national TV ratings, or more than 29 points ahead versus the farewell episode of its rival program in GMA “Luna Blanca” which only got 16.1%.

“Walang Hanggan” also beat the record-breaking finale episode of Mara Clara in June 2011 which got a TV rating of 43.4% nationwide, the highest finale rating ever attained of a teleserye in the new decade before “Walang Hanggan.”

Aside from winning the ratings game, “Walang Hanggan” also conquered the popular microblogging site Twitter as hashtags #WalangHangganFinale, Katerina, Paulo Avelino, and RIP Daniel became worldwide trending topics due to the numerous tweets of TV viewers about the touching scenes of Daniel (Coco) and Katerina’s (Julia) deaths. The Twitter timeline was flooded with positive tweets like: “@LoveAprille: Congrats to the cast and crew for the #WalangHangganFinale! We stayed up in Sydney just to watch it! You all did an amazing job;” “@JelaiSalomeo: It was my first time to witness a happily ever after. It wasn’t good. It was brilliant! #WalangHangganFinale;” and “@axlguillermo: Sobrang ganda talaga ng ending ng #WalangHangganFinale. Talagang pinaghandaan nila. Congratulations sa lahat ng cast at crew. Mahusay!”

Completing the powerhouse cast of “Walang Hanggan” are top-caliber actors including Nonie Buencamino, Ogie Diaz, Arlene Muhlach, Eda Nolan, John Medina, Shamaine Buencamino, Josh Ivan Morales, Valerie Concepcion, Dante Rivero, Richard Yap, and Eula Valdes. It was under the direction of Jerry Lopez Sineneng and Trina Dayrit.

The timeslot left by “Walang Hanggan” was taken oven by “Ina Kapatid Anak,” which now airs after “Princess and I.”

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Kapamilya Primetime Shows Dominate Website's Poll for 2011 Hottest TV Series

Posted on January 4, 2012 | 7:02 PM

The popular website Femalenetwork.com had released a list of top primetime series for 2011. The winners were determined via an on-line voting last December from 'FNites' or the visitors and avid readers of the said website. Kapamilya primetime shows dominated the poll with 8 shows making it to the top 10, at the same time garnering the top 3 spots.

Which Kapamilya shows make it to the hottest series of 2011? Check this out.

Kathryn Bernardo's 16 Roses Revealed!

Posted on February 8, 2011 | 11:03 PM

Mara's sweet 16 birthday was graced by 16 kapamilya actors who dance with the newest jewel of the Del Valle. Tonight's Mara Clara episode saw the blossoming of Mara (kathryn Bernardo) into a fine young lady as she dances with the hottest and most promising actors of today. 

Mara's first dance was her father, Amante (portrayed by Bobby Andrews). This was followed by kapamilya leading men including Sam Milby, Matteo Guidicelli, Joem Bascon, Ejay Falcon, Xian Lim, Robi Domingo, Enrique Gil, Arron Villaflor, Martin del Rosario, Joseph Marco, Zaijan Jaranilla and Jake Cuenca. Also included are the Mara Clara casts EJ Jallorina who played Mara's gay friend Butch, John Manalo (who played Clara's love interest, Eris) and Albie Casino as Christian, Mara's love interest.

Don't miss the number one teleserye on primetime television today, weeknights after Mutya.

'Mara Clara' stars are now Bench Models

The lead stars of the hit TV remake 'Mara Clara' appears on the Bench Summer 2011: Back to Temptation Catalog. Kathryn Bernardo (Mara), Julia Montes (Clara), Albie Casino (Christian) and John Manalo (Eris) are the newest addition to the elite circle of hottest Bench models and this year's summer ad campaign is their very first for the said world-class lifestyle and clothing brand. 

Will these 4 become the hottest Bench endorsers in the future? What do you think?

Mara Clara is the number 1 primetime show in Philippine TV today

Posted on February 6, 2011 | 1:04 AM

Mara Clara continued its winning streak against competition both in the Mega Manila and Nationwide ratings. For the past few days, the hit kapamilya show is consistent in garnering the no. 1 spot after the big revelation and swap between the 2 young ladies.The next episodes will be exciting as Mara celebrates her sweet 16 birthday as the new Del Valle. It is reported that 16 hot kapamilya leading men will be dancing with the birthday girl. Meanwhile, Clara will celebrate her birthday with Gary, her real father. Watch out for the big scene as Clara gatecrash on Mara's party. 


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