GMA highlighted new Filipino dramas at the last Mipcom

“Widows’ Web,” “I Left My Heart In Sorsogon,” “To Have and To Hold,” and “Broken Faith" are the standout titles from Filipino giant media company.

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GMA team at MIPCOM

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GMA Worldwide has showcased new Filipino dramas at the recently MIPCOM Cannes, with a team compost by Senior Vice President for Entertainment Group Lilybeth G. Rasonable, Program Management First Vice President Jose Mari R. Abacan, Business Development and Strategic Content Partnerships Consultant Reena Garingan, and GMA Worldwide Division Vice President Roxanne J. Barcelona.

Some of the GMA drama titles highlighted were “Widows’ Web,” “I Left My Heart In Sorsogon,” “To Have and To Hold,” and “Broken Faith (Magkaagaw).” “Widows’ Web” is a gripping family suspense-drama with four women caught up in a twisted murder case that will entangle them in a web of secrets, mysteries, and lies.



GMA’s romantic drama series "I Left My Heart in Sorsogon" stars the Philippines' crazy rich Asian and global endorser Heart Evangelista. She plays Celeste, a fashion designer and socialite, who is engaged to the most eligible bachelor in town, Tonito, played by Richard Yap, and Paolo Contis who plays the role of her old flame, Mikoy.



“To Have and To Hold” is a compelling story of marriage and love that knows no bounds and “Broken Faith” (“Magkaagaw”) is the story of a legal wife who eventually becomes the person she hated the most — a mistress.