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‘Pangako Sa ‘Yo’ finale tonight

Two lovers’ ultimate promise of love to each other will face its final test tonight as the iconic teleserye Pangako Sa ‘Yo,  with Asia’s emerging love team, Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla, airs its final installment.

The retelling of the well-loved Filipino love story has garnered praises and successes since itspremiere in May 2015.

The enormous impact on the careers of Kathryn and Daniel further sealed their positions as Philippine showbiz’s Teen Queen and King.

“This project is a stepping stone for me and DJ (Daniel) to be more open to mature roles. This is the perfect project because it’s been tried and tested. You can see that we have really grown here. And that’s the goal – to show a different side of us,” said Kathryn, who portrays Yna in the series.

Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo as Yna and Angelo in the top-rating drama Pangako Sa ‘Yo

Daniel, meanwhile, cannot help but reminisce the scene he considers the most memorable from Pangako. 

“That trailer where we were running on a hill, that was memorable to me, because everything started there. We felt at that time that this was it. It was a legendary scene. It’s an honor for us,” shared Daniel.

But, aside from the undeniable impact of Kathryn and Daniel’s team-up is the unexpected love team of Jodi Sta. Maria and IanVeneracion known as “Amorado,” that added spice to the series.

In fact, Jodi and Ian have gained their own solid following after fans noticed their undeniable chemistry onscreen.

The remake also made a mark in terms of acting, as Jodi and Angelica Panganiban reprised the notable roles of Amor Powers and Claudia Buenavista. Like in the original Pangako, the two Kapamilya actresses did not disappoint in conveying the humanity, pain, and toughness of their respective characters.

Pangako  Sa ‘Yo main cast: (clockwise) Kathryn Bernardo, Jodi Sta. Maria, Ian Veneracion and daniel Padilla

In the last few days of PangakoSa ‘Yo, Amor (Sta. Maria) and Eduardo (Veneracion) finally found out that Yna is their long lost daughter Maria Amor, despite Claudia’s efforts to hide the truth from them.

But following this revelation is the realization that Yna and Angelo (Padilla) are half-siblings, who recently vowed to love each other forever by tying the knot.

How will that affect Yna and Angelo’s promise of love? How will they discover that Angelo’s real father is Simon (Alex Medina) and not Eduardo? Will Claudia be still able to destroy Amor and Eduardo’s happiness?

Since it premiered last year, Pangako Sa ‘Yo has consistently recorded high TV ratings and beat its rival program, according to data from Kantar Media.

In fact, it got its all-time high national TV rating of 40.6 percent on Feb. 2 in the episode where Amor and Eduardo were seen leading closer to the truth about their daughter Maria Amor.

Pangako Sa ‘Yo was also trailblazing online as it is the first ever teleserye in the country to generate a million tweets on Twitter on June 2015 with its “Batas ngAlipin” episode. Aside from that, it was also the most searched TV series in the country, according to search engine Google.

As the program continued to reach new heights, Kathryn and Daniel’s achievements also kept coming. During the show’s run, Kathryn and Daniel, received numerous awards from different award-giving bodies, such as Vietnam’s Face of the Year Awards, LionHearTV’s RAWR Awards, PUSH Awards, ASAP Pop Teen Awards, and ALTA Awards.

The show also produced best-selling TV show merchandise. Proving the popularity of the series are its jam-packed mall shows and “Thanksgiving Day” legs in the country and in the United States.

Don’t miss the finale of the classic Filipino love story on television, Pangako Sa ‘Yotonight after FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano on ABS-CBN Primetime Bida.. Meanwhile, you also catch up on full episodes and past episodes of  the show on ABS-CBNmobile. 

For more information, please go to www.abscbnmobile.com.

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Valentine Treat from Stages

Tonight is a night of secrets, stories and songs as Stages Sessions presents - Confessions – a pre-Valentine’s Day concert featuring the country’s upcoming musical stars at the Music Museum. 

This is Stages Session’s Valentine offering to all lovers out there—families, friends and significant relations—celebrating the Love Month. This night of romantic music will surely take its audience deep into the passion and longing of vintage and current songs from their favorite Stages artists.

Rising diva Morissette Amon

Confessions will feature some of the country’s top millennial indie and mainstream artists; Aicelle Santos, Curtsmith, Bullet Dumas, Issa Rodriguez, Dane Hipolito, Keiko Necesario, Ryan Christopher Sy, Tim Pavino, Franz Pantaleon, Tippy Dos Santos, Gio Quintos, Polly, Steven Silva, Clara Benin, Serge Gabriel and MorisetteAmon.

It will be a memorable evening to reminisce, talk and sing about first dates, first loves, break ups, make ups and everything that has something to do about LOVE through songs and music.

Stages has been recognized as the launching pad for some of the country’s most talented singers and musicians. It has been producing shows and events that feature their outstanding talents that combine innovative presentation with great musical performances. In 2015, it initiated Stages Sessions, which had become a favorite venue where Stages artists present their musical repertoire before live audiences and interact with them as well. Driven by this passion and commitment of bringing OPM closer to audience’s hearts, Stages Sessions is presenting Confessions as its Valentine gift of love to Pinoy fans and music lovers.

Catch this wonderful Valentines offer at 8 p.m. tonight at Music Museum. 

For tickets, log on to www.ticketworld.com.ph or call 891-9999.  

 

Topics: Pangako sayo finale , Kathryn bernardo , Daniel padilla , ABS-CBN

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