FlordeLiza

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FlordeLiza is a 2015 Philippine daytime television drama aired on ABS-CBN's Kapamilya Gold afternoon block and worldwide on The Filipino Channel from January 19, 2015 to August 28, 2015, replacing Kapamilya Blockbusters.[1][2][3]

FlordeLiza
Flordelizatitlecard.jpg
Title card
Genre
Created by
Written by
  • Keiko Aquino
  • Honey Hidalgo
  • Kay Brondial
Directed by
Starring
Opening theme"Kapag Ako ay Nagmahal" by Morissette Amon / Jolina Magdangal
"Flordeliza" by Camille Santos
Composer(s)Larry Hermoso
Country of originPhilippines
Original language(s)
No. of episodes158
Production
Executive producer(s)Jovelyn Aberion
Producer(s)Cynthia Jordan
Production location(s)Philippines
Editor(s)Roman Rodriguez III
Running time27–30 minutes
Production company(s)GMO Entertainment Unit
Release
Original networkABS-CBN
Picture format480i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original releaseJanuary 19 (2015-01-19) –
August 28, 2015 (2015-08-28)
External links
Website

SynopsisEdit

Follow the story of Crisanto (Marvin Agustin), a soldier who went to other places to fight in a war about two groups with different beliefs. In the middle of his fight, he met Florida (Jolina Magdangal). Crisanto, who has a family to return to, didn't resist the temptation and had a child with Florida named Flor (Ashley Sarmiento). One day, the enemy's side surprisingly attacked Crisanto. To protect Flor from the war, he forced her to hide in their house. After the war, because of the wounds and bruises that Crisanto got, he was very ill and couldn’t move properly. Beth (Desiree Del Valle), Crisanto's wife, hired a helper to take care of Crisanto. She didn’t know, but she accidentally hired Florida. She also didn’t know that Florida and Crisanto have had a child. Days after, Beth decides that Florida's child can live in their house. Beth and Crisanto's child, Liza (Rhed Bustamante), and Flor became bestfriends without knowing that Flor is her half- sister.

Cast and charactersEdit

Main castEdit

  • Jolina Magdangal as Florida "Ida" Malubay-Magsakay — Crisanto's ex-mistress and Flor's mother who has cervical cancer.
  • Marvin Agustin as Capt. Crisanto Maristela — A captain in the Philippine Army who juggles the double life of having two families, two wives, and two daughters.
  • Desiree del Valle as Elizabeth "Beth" S. Perez-Maristela — Crisanto's wife and Liza's mother.
  • Carlo Aquino as Arnold Magsakay — Florida's childhood best friend and later husband.
  • Ashley Sarmiento as Flor M. Magsakay / Flor M. Maristela — Florida and Crisanto's daughter and Arnold's stepdaughter.
  • Rhed Bustamante as Liza P. Maristela — Beth and Crisanto's daughter who cannot accept Flor as her half-sister.

Supporting castEdit

  • Elizabeth Oropesa as Lorena Sanchez-Perez — Beth's mother, Liza's grandmother.
  • Tetchie Agbayani as Teresa Malubay — Florida's mother and Flor's grandmother.
  • Juan Rodrigo as Mariano "Nano" Perez — Beth's father, Liza's grandfather who is a lung cancer survivor.
  • Tess Antonio as Annie — The rude, talkative, argumentative, and overly dramatic housemaid of the Maristela family.
  • Joey Paras as Rona — Beth's best friend who constantly argues with Annie.
  • Edward Mendez as Manuel "Manny" S. Perez — Beth's older brother who is jobless, lazy, and rude.
  • Lemuel Pelayo as Jojo S. Perez — Beth's younger brother.
  • Johan Santos as Miguel Fontanillas — Crisanto's friend.
  • Ronie "Atak" Arañia as Buslog Malubay — Teresa's adoptive son.
  • Dionne Monsanto as Lynette Nacianceno-Perez — Manny's kindhearted wife.
  • Lee Robin Salazar as Col. Francisco — Crisanto's best friend who was killed by the rebels.
  • Debraliz Borres as Bebeng Magsakay — Arnold's aunt.
  • Michael "Eagle" Riggs as Mama Wanda — Arnold's boss and the owner of the gay bar that Arnold works at.
  • Valerie Concepcion as Teacher Daisy C. Hizon — Flor and Liza's dance teacher who has an obsession over Flor and Crisanto. Recruits Liza into her plans by emotionally manipulating her into believing her parents love Flor more than her.
  • Ricky Rivero as Lawrence "Lolei" Alcantara — Arnold's kindhearted customer from the gay bar who helps with his finances.
  • Wilma Doesnt as Dalisay Sulta — The manager of Lolei's department store.
  • J. C. Santos as Jason — Arnold's workmate who despises him.
  • Marco Pingol as Travis Marquez — Flor and Liza's neighbor and friend.
  • Bugoy Cariño as Luke Marquez — Travis's older brother, Flor and Liza's neighbor who is also their friend.
  • Carlo Maceda as Gener De Jesus — Flor's friend who is special.
  • JC Movido as Jenjen — Jason's special daughter.
  • Juvy Lyn Bison as TBA — Manny and Lynette's daughter.
  • Miguelito de Guzman as TBA — Manny and Lynette's son.

Guest castEdit

  • Kiko Matos as Cornelio Maristela — Crisanto's brother who joined the rebels.
  • Arnold Reyes as Terrorist leader
  • Nikki Valdez as Florida's friend
  • Ya Chang as Mr. Chua — The financer of Teresa and Bebeng's store.
  • Boom Labrusca as Luis Jacinto — One of Lolei's friends.
  • Jan Marini as Joan Maristela — Cornelio's widower who has an ailing son.
  • Candy Pangilinan as Coring Magsakay — RJ's rude wife who is a rent manager.
  • Gerald Pizzaras as RJ Magsakay — Arnold's brother who attempted to molest Florida.
  • Young JV as Dante — Lolei's friend.
  • Francine Prieto as Atty. Grace Bruno — The lawyer helping Florida and Arnold get Flor's custody.
  • Dante Ponce as Gen. Manuel Hizon — Daisy's father who killed by his wife.
  • Yayo Aguila as Divina Cruz-Hizon — Daisy's mentally ill mother who killed her husband who later killed herself.
  • Casey da Silva as young Daisy C. Hizon
  • Ricardo Cepeda as Benito Maristela — Crisanto's father.
  • Rio Locsin as Imelda Maristela — Crisanto's mother.
  • Jong Cuenco as Atty. Eric Gonzales — The Maristela family lawyer.
  • Rubi Rubi as Corazon Aberion — The legal wife of Florida's father.
  • Al Gatmaitan as Thomas — Daisy's friend.
  • Carlos Morales as Congressman Santos — Daisy's boyfriend.

ReceptionEdit

KANTAR MEDIA NATIONAL TV RATINGS
(2:30PM PST)
PILOT EPISODE FINALE EPISODE PEAK AVERAGE SOURCE
9.7%
16.6%
16.6%
13.1%
[4][5]

SchedulingEdit

Initially meant to be part of ABS-CBN's PrimeTanghali noontime block, FlordeLiza was originally planned to replace Give Love on Christmas before It's Showtime. However, in a last minute change, the timeslot was moved to be part of ABS-CBN's Kapamilya Gold afternoon block. The timeslot was after It's Showtime. Oh My G! was the one who took the timeslot before It's Showtime. It was moved to ABS-CBN's PrimeTanghali noontime block instead of the Primetime Bida evening block which the original timeslot is before TV Patrol which was the original plan.

Awards and nominationsEdit

29th PMPC Star Awards for Television

  • Best Daytime Drama - FlordeLiza (Nominated)
  • Best Drama Actress - Jolina Magdangal (Nominated)
  • Best Supporting Actor - Carlo Aquino (Nominated)
  • Best Child Performer - Ashley Sarmiento (Nominated)

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ ABS-CBN Entertainment (January 6, 2015). "FLORDELIZA Full Trailer: This January on ABS-CBN!". ABS-CBN Entertainment. YouTube. Retrieved January 6, 2015.
  2. ^ ABS-CBN Entertainment (November 12, 2014). "FLORDELIZA Teaser: Family". ABS-CBN Entertainment. YouTube. Retrieved November 18, 2014.
  3. ^ Buan-Deveza, Reyma (October 22, 2014). "Wenn Deramas to direct Marvin's ABS-CBN comeback". ABS-CBN News. Retrieved November 11, 2014.
  4. ^ "Kantar Media Ratings (January 14-21, 2015)". abscbnpr.com. January 22, 2015. Retrieved August 20, 2016.
  5. ^ "Kantar Media Ratings (August 27-31, 2015)". abscbnpr.com. September 1, 2015. Retrieved August 20, 2016.