The Flower Sisters, the new primetime drama, teases oversized drama with campy confrontations that set your nightly viewing habit on fire.
There is a new family drama on primetime, and it is one that you should not miss. Now the third installment in GMA Network and Regal Entertainment’s collaboration series, Mano Po Legacy: The Flower Sisters is poised to deliver a roller-coaster ride for viewers.
The list of why this series is a must-watch should be much longer, but the short one below should be enough to be an irresistible invitation.
Here are five reasons why The Flowers Sisters is a must-watch:
It is Aiko Melendez’s comeback TV series. After devoting her time to the recent national and local elections, award-winning actress, Aiko Melendez, is finally back in her comfort zone: acting. But not without a twist. In The Flower Sisters, she makes a detour from her usual wicked kontrabida roles. That said, her Lily Chua is not short of angst and fire. It won’t be a surprise if her role turns out to be a bida-kontrabida in the end.
Rising young Kapuso stars Angel Guardian and Thea Tolentino, are in the lead. Aside from the more senior Aiko Melendez and Beauty Gonzales, the series is also poised to throw the spotlight over two of GMA Network’s most talented young stars. Both Tolentino and Guardian have been playing smaller roles in previous Kapuso shows. With them in the lead in this new primetime drama, they are given a very potent platform to showcase their best yet.
Campy confrontations and fiery dramatic showdowns. Given the nature of this series as a family drama, and given that its story revolves around wealth, power, business, and even revenge, The Flower Sisters is all geared up to show relentless dramatic showdowns in primetime. We’ve seen Gonzales and Melendez ace similar roles in their past shows, and we cannot wait to see them clash with each other.
Seasoned and award-winning writers lead the show’s creative team. If the dialogues in the pilot week of the series already impressed you, wait for a few more weeks or until drama explodes unprecedentedly, and I am sure you will have trouble finding a way to skip the show. At the helm of its creative team are seasoned writers Noreen Capili and Jose Javier-Reyes, whose past works are enough testament that The Flowers of Legacy will never get short of nail-biting dramatic scenes.
Ian Loreños is the director of the series. For those who have not met Ian Loreños and his wonderful works, yet, highlighting his past projects, including Alagwa (2012), The Leaving (2010), Mano Po 7 (2016), and Haunted Forest (2017), might give you an idea of how promising he is. He has done several soap operas, too, and has directed several Maalala Mo Kaya and Ipaglaban Mo episodes, as well.
Mano Po Legacy: The Flower Sisters airs on GMA Network Telebabad block from Mondays to Thursdays, 9:35 PM, right after Start-Up. Watch the official full trailer, below: