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Top 10 Philippine TV Series Of 2014-2015

Whether morning, afternoon, or evening. The Philippine people will always have their favorite local series. The thing about local TV series is that it really reflects the Filipino life; there’s that heart-piercing feeling we all get when the TV series is relatable. The year 2014 and 2015 were both amazing in producing amazing teleseryes, most of them gave us tear-jerking moments, some gave us that warm familiar smile, and the others gave us a lot to think about in our daily lives.

Here is the Top 10 Philippine TV Series of 2014-2015!


1. Pangako Sa’yo

Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla fill in the shoes of former Pangako Sa’yo stars Jericho Rosales and Kristine Reyes. With a more mature approach, the remake of Pangako Sa’yo is a fresh one that is filled with an interesting storyline that deviates away from the obvious.


2. Forevermore

Forevermore was a 2014 rom-com series starring Enrique Gil and Liza Soberano. It follows the faithful story of the rich heir Alexander Grande III (Enrique Gil) and the small strawberry farmer Maria Agnes Calay (Liza Soberano). The series explored the concept of “forever” especially when it comes to love.


3. On the Wings of Love

the lromantic drama On the Wings of Love is the first full-length teleserye of James Reid and Nadine Lustre. Also known as the match-made “JaDine”, they make fans have the kilig factor because of their sweet on-set acting. It’s a story about Leah (Nadine Lustre) and Clark (James Reid) who are both faced with a unique situation where they are forced to marry; the “marriage” gives them both the opportunity to keep working at the United States.


4. Be Careful With My Heart

Premiered on July 9, 2012, Be Careful with My Heart is the love story of Maya (Jodi Sta. Maria) and Sir Chief (Richard Yap). The series surely woke the morning vibes as it gives us the playful contrast between bubbly and strict, as portrayed by the protagonists. Along with this, there’s also the challenge of repairing one’s heart, so expect some deeply felt scenes. It is known as the first Philippine television drama filmed and aired on high definition


5. Got To Believe

A love story celebrating youth and family, Got to Believe was a big hit because of Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla’s chemistry. The series reached out to many as the rich boy-poor girl theme was not based on the conventional but it provided viewers an in-depth development of a relatable plot line.


6. Rich Man’s Daughter

This series was garnered as one of the most interesting approaches in the Philippine scene as it portrays the coming-of-age of the protagonist’s sexuality—which, ultimately leads to lesbianism. The rich man’s daughter is Jade (Rhian Ramos), a conservative individual, who meets Althea (Glaiza de Castro). The fondness starts and this is where their complicated relationship ensues.


7. MariMar

A second remake, MariMari is still one of the top teleseryes to date. Reprising the role of MariMar and Segio, Megan Young and Tom Rodriguez begin the age-old series anew. There’s a new story line in the series which makes watching MariMar the second time an exciting experience.


8. FBJ’s ang Probinsyano

Officially aired on September 28, 2015, Ang Probinsyano is the remake of Fernando Poe’s action packed movie. Cardo (played by Coco Martin) gets a new adventure in the series as he is faced with the presence of his sidekick, Onyok (Simon Pineda).


9. Nathaniel

Nathaniel is a fantasy drama series that tell the story of Nathaniel (played by Marco Masa), an angel sent to earth in order to lead the people back to the goodness of God. The series circles around on human virtue and the value of innate goodness. The series has been healthy in the promotion of goodwill for people around the world; the series was a hit because of the positive lessons that can be learned.


10. Rhodora X

In this teleserye, all-around actress Jennylyn Mercado stars as Rhodora, a woman who has a dissociative identity disorder because of a tragic and violent kidnapping experience. A lot of tension is shown in the film as Rhodora battles with her multiple personalities. There are also external conflicts that make the plot thicken. Rhodora X is a very interesting thriller piece to the Philippines scene.

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