- GMA Network will enter the upcoming new year with creative and wonderful shows at hand.
- The Stepdaughters, Sherlock, Jr., Philippine adaptation of Descendants of the Sun and Bongga Ka ‘Day will be in 2018.
Starring Megan Young, Mikael Daez and Katrina Halili. The Stepdaughters will be about the rivalry between Mayumi (Megan) and Isabelle (Katrina). Although they grew up in a simple neighborhood, Mayumi and Isabelle are not meant to become friends at all. Their rivalry worsens when Isabelle’s father decided to marry Mayumi’s mother. Making them stepsisters through marriage.
A rival on the attention of their families and fighting for their own honor and inheritance. They are also fighting against each other for the same man (Mikael). Which of the two will win the game of life and love?
Starring Ruru Madrid, Gabbi Garcia and Janine Guiterrez. A GabRu love team reunion project, Sherlock, Jr. will feature, a four-year-old golden retriever, Serena. Janine underwent workshops and training since she will be the one who will always be with their furry little co-star.
According to her, “Super mabilis na makasundo si Serena kasi nakaka-in love talaga siya ‘eh. Ako mahilig talaga ako sa big dogs kasi parang sarap yakapin, very malambing, and excited ako na makatrabaho talaga siya”
Descendants of the Sun (Adaptation)
GMA Network didn’t make a clear confirmation about the lead character of the Philippine adaptation of the said Korean drama hit. Although having Alden Richard as one of their most prized talents, it may be a possible chance for him to land the role. On the other hand, rumors suggest that Maine will not play as Alden’s love interest if ever the project pushes through.
Bongga Ka ‘Day
Starring Barbie Forteza and Derrick Monasterio. This won’t be their only project for 2018, Barbie and Derrick will also star in a new movie, “Almost A Love Story.” They are set to film the movie in Europe. Prior to these, Barbie and Derick have worked together as a love team in numerous teleseryes “Mariposa,” “AnnaKareNina,” “Luna Blanca,” and the hit teleserye “The Half Sisters.”