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GMA Network top-rating teleserye breaks into Georgia

  • GMA Network breaks into new territories
  • Impostora is the first GMA teleserye to be adapted and become successful in Ecuador

GMA Network breaks into new territories through its subsidiary, GMA Worldwide, Inc. (GWI) as they bring four of the top-rated dramas to Georgia namely, Impostora, Stay With Me (Hindi Ko Kayang Iwan Ka), The Stepdaughters, and Angela (Haplos).

GMA dramas will soon be aired on Georgian television channel TV Pirveli.

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Impostora, a 2017 TV series, was the first teleserye to be adapted in Cambodia and was successful in Ecuador.

The series starred Kris Bernal and earned high ratings when it aired on GMA network’s afternoon prime. It tells the story of Nimfa (Kris), a street vendor that willingly undergoes surgery and facial reconstruction in order to pretend to be Rosette. When Rosette comes back to take Nimfa out of the picture, she will attempt to kidnap and murder Nimfa.

Stay With Me was the first-ever advocacy series of GMA. The story sheds light on the struggles of a wife and a mother who has HIV and how she battles her own frailties and demons in life.

The series starring Yasmien Kurdi aimed to raise HIV awareness and its impact on a person’s life, that amidst darkness, strength can be found if we rise and have the courage to fight for our loved ones and ourselves.

The Stepdaughters starring Megan Young and Katrina Halili has a total of 178 episodes. It is the story of two stepsisters, Mayumi (Megan) and Isabelle (Katrina), who dislike each other.

The 2017 supernatural-drama Haplos with 164 episodes will also be aired internationally in Myanmar and Georgia. The series is about the half-sisters, played by Sanya Lopez and Thea Tolentino, who possess superpowers, one is healing and the other pain.

These dramas will be dubbed in Georgian and will be aired weekday afternoons.


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