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Pangako Sa 'Yo 2015 TV Series
Pangako Sa 'Yo
Also known as The Promise
Genre Romance
Created by Olivia M. Lamasan
Henry King Quitain
Based on Pangako Sa 'Yo (2000-2002)
Developed by Malou N. Santos
Des M. de Guzman
Written by Generiza Reyes
Ceres Helga Barrios
Adam Cornelius Asin
Directed by Rory B. Quintos
Dado C. Lumibao
Olivia M. Lamasan
Cathy Garcia-Molina
Richard I. Arellano
Mae Cruz-Alviar
Richard Somes
Will Fredo
Starring Kathryn Bernardo
Daniel Padilla
Jodi Sta. Maria
Angelica Panganiban
Ian Veneracion
Narrated by Jodi Sta. Maria as Amor de Jesus
Opening theme Pangako Sa 'Yo
by Vina Morales
Composer(s) Rey Valera
Country of origin Philippines
Original Filipino, English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 190
Executive Kristine P. Sioson
Sabrina Kristine M. Prince
Myleen H. Ongkiko
Location(s) Philippines
Editor(s) Rommel Malimban
Froilan Francia
Running time 30-45 minutes
Production Star Creatives
Original network ABS-CBN
Picture format 480i SDTV
1080i HDTV
Original release May 25, 2015 (2015-05-25) - February 12, 2016 (2016-02-12)
External links

Pangako Sa 'Yo (Lit: This I Promise You / English: The Promise) is a 2015 Philippine romantic melodrama television series based on the 2000 Filipino soap opera of the same title. Directed by Rory Quintos, Dado Lumibao and Olivia Lamasan, it is topbilled by Kathryn Bernardo, Daniel Padilla,[1]Jodi Sta. Maria, Angelica Panganiban, and Ian Veneracion.[2][3][4][5][6][7] The series was aired on ABS-CBN's Primetime Bida evening block and worldwide on The Filipino Channel from May 25, 2015 to February 12, 2016, replacing Forevermore.[8]


Angelo Buenavista the rebellious son of a powerful politician, falls in love with Yna Macaspac, a simple but beautiful adopted daughter of a retired policeman. Unbeknownst to them, their love story is destined to repeat history.

Twenty years before, Angelo's father, Eduardo Buenavista, also fell in love with an innocent but headstrong barrio lass named Amor de Jesus. But their relationship was doomed from the start. Eduardo's mother, Doña Benita, despised Amor, as she was an impediment to her plan to marry her son to Claudia, the illegitimate daughter of Governor Zalameda. The arranged marriage between Eduardo and Claludia would have saved the Buenavista family business and so Doña Benita did everything to ensure it happened. And so despite the lovers' struggle to fight for their love, they eventually succumb to the pressures and machinations. Eduardo was made to believe that Amor betrayed him. When Amor told him she was pregnant with his child, he refused to believe her. He sends her off and marries Claudia. But for Amor, Eduardo's greatest betrayal was the continued mining of his family's mining company in Talimpao. The landslide caused by over mining killed her family and her child, Maria Amor.

Tested by fate and hardened by suffering, Amor vows to return and destroy the lives of those who caused her tragic loss. When her day of reckoning comes, she crosses paths with Eduardo and Claudia, and their son, Angelo, whom Amor sees will play the biggest role in her revenge. Ironically, crossing Angelo means crossing Yna, his inamorata. Unbeknownst to Amor, crossing Yna Macaspac will lead her to the greatest tragedy of her life --- greater than what has befallen her in the past.


Main cast

Supporting cast

Book 1
Book 2

Special participation

Book 1
  • JB Agustin as Young Angelo Buenavista
  • Pilar Pilapil as Doña Benita Buenavista
  • Sylvia Sanchez as Krystal Toleda
  • Boboy Garovillo as Pepe de Jesus
  • Sharmaine Suarez as Chayong de Jesus
  • Leo Rialp as Gov. Enrique Salameda
  • Jong Cuenco as Mr. Castro
  • Anna Feo as Sous Chef Linda
  • Mimi Orara as Chef Gina
  • Jess Mendoza as Lester de Jesus
  • Kimberly Fulgar as Neneth de Jesus
  • Khalil Ramos as Jasper Bejerrano
  • Sandy Andolong as Myrna Santos-de Jesus
  • Bubbles Paraiso as Natalie
  • Manny Castañeda as Mang Candy
  • Minco Fabregas as Parish Priest
  • Odette Khan as Gloria Bejerrano
  • Pinky Marquez as Puring Bejerrano
  • Cherry Lou as Chef Sheila
Book 2

Differences from the original

Original Version Remake
Yna was a maid at the mansion of the Buenavistas, where Angelo lived. Later in the story, Yna worked as a secretary for Amor Powers and later on, a model in Book 1 and disc jockey in Book 2. Yna first worked as an assistant cook at the restaurant Casa Corazon. Later on, Yna meets Amor, who helped her and sent her abroad to study. When she returned, Yna became a co-owner of the restaurant where Angelo is employed as a baker.
Claudia was a rich heiress of the Zalameda clan who is made to marry Eduardo Buenavista, played by Tonton Gutierrez. Claudia was an impoverished, ill-mannered lady who transforms into a rich, ambitious woman. She dreamt of having a better life, which is why she grabbed the chance to marry Eduardo.
Diego is adoptive son of the Buenavistas. Diego is now biological son of the Buenavistas.
Amor screamed out of anger for the Buenavistas in the Payatas dumpsite. A landslide occurred that made her believe that her child was buried alive. Amor was devastated to learn that her family and her child Maria Amor died in an earthquake/landslide.
Chayong is the biological mother of Amor and also Yna's grandmother. Chayong is now a stepmother of Amor in this series, but Myrna is her biological mother (in a photograph).
"Ynamorata" was the name of Maria Amor's bracelet when she survived and found by Macaspac family. "Ynamorata" was the named of Maria Amor's broken pendant when Isko was found her.
Bea Bianca Bejerrano (later, Elektrika Powers) was played by Vanessa del Bianco. She is the daughter of Amor's deceased husband, James. Bea Bianca Bejerrano was the sister of Angelo's best friend Jasper.
Claudia was believed to be dead after the helicopter that she was riding suddenly exploded. Claudia was believed to be dead when she met a car accident together with Caloy and Diego.
Aside from Angelo and David, Yna had two other suitors, namely Dino (Alfred Vargas) and Ruel (Dennis Trillo). David is the lone rival of Angelo competing for Yna's heart.
David was a neighbor and childhood friend of Yna. David was the adopted son of Amor.
David was disappeared in a Book 1 when he offer his job as a seaman. David was killed by Claudia.
Julieta was stabbed by Claudia her left eye. Julieta has no stabbed in this series.
Yna has a younger sister named Flerida (Hazel Ann Mendoza). Yna has a younger brother named Red.
The characters of Felicity Banks, Tony Banks, Dyno and Edelweiss were introduced in the second chapter. The characters of Monay, Ligaya, Ichu, Kabayan and Lolo Greggy were introduced in the second chapter.
Clarissa (Dianne dela Fuente) was the Maria Amor impostor. There was no impostor.
Diego is the biological father of Angelo while Clarissa is the biological child of Claudia and Simon. Simon is the biological father of Angelo.
Lourdes was married Diego. Lourdes was unmarried in this series.
Angelo suffered amnesia after he and Felicity Banks got into a car accident. Claudia who suffered amnesia after her car crash.
Jonathan an only child. Jonathan "Egoy" had a brother named Vincent "Amboy".
Jonathan and Lia got married and have one daughter. Jonathan "Egoy" entered the seminary. And Lia and Vincent "Amboy" got together.
Lia had cancer and eventually died in the end of the series. Lia did not have cancer.
Diego became the governor of Punta Verde. Diego was killed by Claudia.
Isko was kidnapped and killed by Claudia's goons. Isko was still alive during the final episode.



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1. ^ recorded 34,3% in 2015[11] and 33.5% in 2016[12]

The strict schedule followed during Duterte's proclamation rally factors in the time slot of hit teleserye, 'Pangako Sa 'Yo'. An insider in the Duterte campaign team says the real worry was that the audience of Tondo residents would disperse if the duration of the proclamation rally got dangerously close to the time slot of the soap.[13] "Pangako Sa 'Yo" tops Google's most searched TV shows in 2015.[14] Amor and Claudia have become a collection line under a high-end fashion brand.[15]

Critical reception

Katrina Stuat Santiago of The Manila Times praised the writers and added, "Suffice it to say that one cannot wait for what else will happen in this Pangako Sa 'Yo, and that says a lot for someone who actually followed the original version in 2000."[16]

Awards and nominations

Year Award Giving Body Category Recipient(s) Result Ref.
2015 1st GIC Innovation Awards for Television Most Innovative Actress Jodi Sta. Maria Nominated [17][18]
29th PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Drama Actor Daniel Padilla Nominated [19]
Best Drama Actress Angelica Panganiban Nominated
Jodi Sta. Maria Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Ronnie Lazaro Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Amy Austria-Ventura Nominated
1st RAWR Awards TV Show of the Year Pangako Sa 'Yo Nominated [20][21][22]
Character of the Year (as Amor Powers) Jodi Sta. Maria Nominated
Character of the Year (as Claudia Buenavista) Angelica Panganiban Nominated
QOTY (Quote of the Year)
"Matitikman ninyo ang batas ng isang api!" - Amor Powers
Jodi Sta. Maria Nominated
6th TV Series Craze Awards TV Series Craze Award for Leading Lady of the Year Jodi Sta. Maria Won [23]
TV Series Craze Award for Leading Man of the Year Ian Veneracion Won [24]
2016 2016 Gawad Tanglaw Awards Best Performance by an Actress (TV Series) Jodi Sta. Maria Won [25]
2016 International Emmy Awards International Emmy Award for Best Actress Jodi Sta. Maria Nominated [26]
PUSH Award Popular TV Performance Jodi Sta. Maria and Angelica Panganiban Nominated [27]
2nd RAWR Awards TV Show of the Year Pangako Sa 'Yo Won [28]

International broadcast

The series was aired in Indonesia on MNCTV (under titled Janjiku, as well dubbed in the national language Indonesian), which is one of the main commercial TV networks of the country from November 21, 2016 until January 13, 2017.[29] Due to its popularity, the series is currently being reaired by MNCTV from January 12, 2017.[30]

The series was also aired in Malaysia (dubbed into Malay language) on Astro Prima and Astro Maya HD, started from January 2017 until May 2017.[31]

See also


  1. ^ "Pangako Sa'Yo remake stars Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo". Filipino Journal (Vol. 28 No. 23). Archived from the original on February 8, 2015. 
  2. ^ ABSCBN Entertainment (December 2, 2014). "PANGAKO SA'YO Teaser Trailer: Soon on ABS-CBN!". ABSCBN Entertainment. YouTube. Retrieved 2015. 
  3. ^ ABSCBN Entertainment (May 5, 2015). "PANGAKO SA'YO Trailer One: This May 25 on ABS-CBN Primetime Bida!". ABSCBN Entertainment. YouTube. Retrieved 2015. 
  4. ^ ABSCBN Entertainment (May 29, 2015). "PANGAKO SA'YO Trailer Two: Weeknights on ABS-CBN Primetime Bida!". ABSCBN Entertainment. YouTube. Retrieved 2015. 
  5. ^ "Jodi is Amor, Angelica is Claudia in 'Pangako Sa 'Yo' remake". ABS-CBN News. December 2, 2014. Retrieved 2015. 
  6. ^ "WATCH: Jodi and Kathryn as mother and daughter". ABS-CBN News. March 12, 2015. Retrieved 2015. 
  7. ^ "Real or fake? Jodi, Angelica discuss slapping scene for 'Pangako Sa 'Yo'". ABS-CBN News. March 12, 2015. Retrieved 2015. 
  8. ^ ABSCBN Entertainment (May 3, 2015). "ABS-CBN Primetime Bida: Forevermore to Pangako Sa'Yo". ABSCBN Entertainment. YouTube. Retrieved 2015. 
  9. ^ NATIONAL TV RATINGS (Urban + Rural): May 22-25, 2015. ABS-CBN Social Media Newsroom. Retrieved 2015-05-26.
  10. ^ National TV ratings (17-22 August 2015): Pangako Sa'yo, On the Wings of Love, and Ningning hit all-time highs in TV ratings | The Voice Kids semi-finals tops Saturday programs. ABS-CBN Social Media Newsroom. Retrieved 2015-07-31.
  11. ^ "Top 20 Most Watched TV Programs in 2015 - LIONHEARTV". LionHeartTV. Archived from the original on June 21, 2016. 
  12. ^ "Most Watched TV Programs in 2016 (January to December in Urban and Rural homes) - LIONHEARTV". LionHeartTV. Archived from the original on February 19, 2017. 
  13. ^ Admin (February 17, 2016). "The time Duterte had to make way for KathNiel". Rappler. Archived from the original on February 21, 2016. 
  14. ^ "'Pangako Sa 'Yo' tops Google's most searched TV shows". The Philippine Star. January 2, 2016. 
  15. ^ Admin (October 3, 2015). "Expat Guide: Understanding the Filipinos' Mushy Side". Philippine Primer. Archived from the original on February 28, 2017. 
  16. ^ Santiago, Katrina Stuart (July 25, 2015). "'Pangako Sa 'Yo' redux - The Manila Times Online". The Manila Times. Archived from the original on January 8, 2016. 
  17. ^ 1st GlC Innovation Awards for Television complete list of winners. Lion Heart TV. Retrieved 2015-12-18.
  18. ^ Meanwhile, Jodi Sta. Maria was also recognized for her role as Amor Powers on "Pangako Sa 'Yo." Star Cinema. Retrieved 2015-12-18.
  19. ^ "FULL LIST: Winners, 2015 PMPC Star Awards for TV". Rappler. Retrieved 2015. 
  20. ^ First LionhearTV RAWR Awards 2015 Official List of Nominees. Showbiz Expose. Retrieved 2015-12-18.
  21. ^ Full List of Winners of the very first RAWR Awards 2015. Lion Heart TV. Retrieved 2015-12-18.
  22. ^ KathNiel wins big in Rawr Awards. Push ABS-CBN. Retrieved 2015-12-18.
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  25. ^ "2016 Anak TV Awards Winners". Gawad Tanglaw Award Winners'. Retrieved 2016-02-18.
  26. ^ Regine Cabato (September 27, 2016). "Jodi Sta. Maria nominated for an Emmy". CNN Philippines. 
  27. ^ "KathNiel, LizQuen lead 2016 PUSH Awards nominees". ABS CBN Newa. Retrieved December 29, 2016.
  28. ^ Apple Ta-as (December 20th, 2016). LizQuen dominates RAWR Awards. cebudailynews. Retrieved December 29, 2016.
  29. ^ Utami, Hermina (16 November 2016).MNCTV RILIS JADWAL TAYANG 'PANGAKO SA'YO' DAN 'ON THE WINGS OF LOVE'. Media.Iyaa. Diakses tanggal 10 Desember 2016.
  30. ^ Arya, Putri (12 Januari 2017). "ASYIK, MNC TV TAYANGKAN ULANG 'PANGAKO SA'YO (JANJIKU)' DARI AWAL". Diakses tanggal 14 Januari 2017.
  31. ^ Syafil Syazwan Jefri (20 January 2017). "Corak watak cara sendiri" (in Malay). Harian Metro. Archived from the original on 10 November 2017. Retrieved 2017. In the Philippines, the new version of Pangako Sa Yo is shown from May 2015 to February 2016 while in Malaysia, it has been aired since two weeks ago. More interestingly, the series drama is shown in the dubbed version of the Malay language and its theme song is sung in two versions of Tagalog and Malay featuring Mark Adam and Adira. 

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