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Inday Bote
Pablo S. Gomez's
Inday Bote
Created by Keiko A. Aquino
Based on Inday Bote
by Pablo S. Gomez (Komiks)
Developed by
  • Roldeo T. Endrinal
  • Julie Anne R. Benitez
  • Rondel P. Lindayag
Written by
  • Danica Mae S. Domingo
  • David Franche Diuco
  • Hazel Karyl A. Madanguit
  • Robert P. Raz
Directed by
  • Malu L. Sevilla
  • Jon S. Villarin
  • Manny Q. Palo
Creative Johnny delos Santos
Opening theme Eh Di Wow! by Vice Ganda
Composer(s) Vice Ganda
Country of origin Philippines
No. of episodes 53
Executive Cathy Magdael-Abarrondo
Ethel Manaloto-Espiritu
Production location(s) Quezon City
Editor(s) Marion Bautista
Running time 30-45 minutes
Production Dreamscape Magical Summer
Original network ABS-CBN
Picture format 480i SDTV
Original release March 16 (2015-03-16) - May 29, 2015 (2015-05-29)
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Pablo S. Gomez's Inday Bote is a 2015 Philippine fantasy comedy-drama television series based on the local comic book of the same title created by Pablo S. Gomez.[1] Directed by Malu Sevilla and Jon Villarin, it is topbilled by Alex Gonzaga, Alonzo Muhlach, Matteo Guidicelli and Kean Cipriano.[2][3][4][5] The series aired on ABS-CBN's Primetime Bida evening block and worldwide via The Filipino Channel from March 16, 2015 to May 29, 2015, replacing Bagito.[6]


Inday is a joyful young woman who has dreams for herself and her family. Her life begins to change when she is given a magic bottle that is inhabited by dwarves with magical powers. These dwarves will help Inday search for the truth about her real identity. How much the dwarves and the magic bottle will change Inday's life? Will it bring her luck or misfortune?


Main cast

Supporting cast

  • Aiko Melendez as Fiona Vargas-Navarro
  • Alicia Alonzo as Lita Vargas
  • Malou Crisologo as Siony Catacutan
  • Jeffrey Santos as Mike Navarro
  • Izzy Canillo as Anthony "Onyong" Catacutan
  • Alora Sasam as Andrea "Andeng" Catacutan
  • Tart Carlos as Penelope "Penny" Castro
  • Arlene Tolibas as Estelita Santiago/Ramona "Onay" Santiago
  • Michael Conan as Roger
  • Mico Palanca as Robert
  • Jerry O'Hara as Alfredo

Special participation

  • Mutya Orquia as young Inday
  • Gabrielle Nagayama as baby Inday
  • Bryce Viray as young Greg
  • Steven Ocampo as young Jerome
  • Amy Nobleza as young Andeng
  • Isabel Oli as young Lita Vargas
  • Carla Humphries as Maricel Vargas-Delgado
  • Bobby Andrews as Angelo Delgado
  • Biboy Ramirez as Lucas Catacutan




Inday Bote ended because of its not so good performance on the ratings, unlike its predecessor Bagito that garnered 27.2% on its pilot episode, Inday Bote got only a low score of 18.4%. The network decided to cut the story short and ended on May 29, 2015. Making the show's run for only 2 months and 2 weeks with 53 episodes. It was replaced by Pasión de Amor, the Philippine remake of the Colombian telenovela Pasión de Gavilanes and only got high in the show's ratings -- unlike the mentioned above's predecessor -- during its eight-month run.


Kantar Media National TV ratings
(5:45PM PST)


See also

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