Panday (2005 TV series)

Carlo J. Caparas' Panday or simply Panday (transl. Blacksmith) is a Philippine fantasy television series on ABS-CBN. The pilot episode of the first book (Panday: Unang Yugto) aired on November 7, 2005 replacing Ikaw ang Lahat sa Akin and ended with its last episode on December 9, 2005. The second book (Panday: Ang Ikalawang Yugto) aired its pilot episode on April 3, 2006 and ended with the series finale on May 26, 2006. The series is based on the fictional comics character of the same name, which was created by Carlo J. Caparas and illustrated by Steve Gan.

Carlo J. Caparas' Panday
Promotional poster
GenreFantaserye, Drama, Action
Created byABS-CBN Corporation
Based onAng Panday
by Carlo J. Caparas and Steve Gan
Written byGalo Ador
Aloysius Adlawan
Tristan Gaynor
Angelo Roxas
Danica Domingo
Directed byToto Natividad
StarringJericho Rosales
Heart Evangelista
Theme music composerJimmy Antiporda and Cymbee Antiporda
Ending theme"Makita Kang Muli" by
ComposerJesse Lucas
Country of originPhilippines
Original languageFilipino
No. of episodes143
Executive producerGrace Ann Casimsiman
EditorsRoy Francia
Rommel Malimban
Jesus Mendoza Jr.
Dennis A. Salgado
Running time40 minutes
Production companiesFPJ Productions
Star Creatives
Original networkABS-CBN
Picture format480i (SDTV)
Original releaseNovember 7, 2005 (2005-11-07) –
May 26, 2006 (2006-05-26)
Related showsAng Panday (2016 TV series)


Panday literally means "the blacksmith". Ang Panday is the TV adaptation of the Fernando Poe Jr. film series Ang Panday from the early 1980s. It is about a blacksmith who made an enchanted sword that gives him special powers to battle the dark forces.

Some of the location shots were taken in a remote town in Bohol, where the beach is white. Locals called it "colgate-white".[citation needed]


A meteor crashes into the desert of Sto. Sepulcro. The town blacksmith, Flavio, forges a dagger and a churchbell from the remains of the meteor. He uses the dagger to fight off the evil Sombra Oscura, who constantly attacks the town. By some mystical power, the dagger transforms into a great sword every time Flavio wields it.

In his final battle against evil, the Panday faces off against Lizardo, the son of Rodgin and the leader of the Sombras. The battle is intense, but Flavio prevails in the end, vanquishing Lizardo.

Having saved Sto. Sepulcro, Flavio decides to give up his sword. He goes to the church and casts his fabled weapon into the bell he also made. A white light then shoots out from the sky, and it lifts up Panday into the heavens.

The people of Sto. Sepulcro rejoice now that Panday has brought them peace. Unbeknownst to them, the Sombras discover that there is a part of Lizardo that is still alive — his brain.

To bring him back to life, they must transcend time and space to look for the girl who can resurrect their master. In that time, Tristan, (played by Jericho Rosales) as the town's blacksmith, forges another sword with the same Flavio created.

Cast and charactersEdit

Main castEdit

Supporting castEdit

  • Victor Neri as Lizardo
  • Nante Montreal as Tata Selo
  • Julio Pacheco as Utoy

Unang Yugto charactersEdit

World 1Edit

Ikalawang Yugto charactersEdit

World 2Edit

  • Derek Ramsay as Kahimu
  • Monsour del Rosario as Kaupay
  • Levi Ignacio as Kahuyo
  • Dan Fernandez as Kabuog
  • Apreal Tolentino as Suruguon
  • Jeni Hernandez as Madalagan
  • Ashley Silverio as Mabaysay
  • Vanessa Gomez as Masayawon
  • Maricar Fernandez as Makantahon
  • Diana Dayao as Matawahon

World 3Edit


Unang Yugto villainsEdit

World 1Edit

  • Rommel Montano as Socur
  • Mon Confiado as Magnus
  • Levi Ignacio as Feirrus
  • Paul Guzman as Rusticus
  • Aleck Bovick as Lady Feirrus

Ikalawang Yugto villainsEdit

World 2Edit

World 3Edit



In June 2005, Heart Evangelista was cast as Eden, the love interest of Tristan, after a two-month-long auditioning process was conducted by ABS-CBN.[1]

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ "Heart is Jericho's leading lady in Panday". Philstar Global Corp. June 11, 2005. Retrieved August 11, 2020.

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