Wednesday, February 21, 2024

More GMA Dramas Premiere In Latin America

More GMA Dramas Premiere In Latin America

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Three more top-rating GMA dramas are making their debut in Latin America. The Spanish dubbed versions of Little Nanay, Dahil sa Pag-ibig, and Madrasta will have their grand premieres in Ecuador’s free television. The three series are the latest addition to the growing number of GMA dramas airing in the Latin American region made possible through GMA’s partnership with Latin Media Corporation.

TC Television will broadcast the Spanish dubbed version of Little Nanay as La Inocencia De Tania. The series stars Kris Bernal whose other drama, Impostora also made waves in Ecuador. Little Nanay tells the story of a mentally challenged young woman who gets pregnant and must face the challenges of being a mother. It also stars Mark Herras (Ysabel), Sunshine Dizon (Dulce Venganza), and Nora Aunor (El Amor Mas Grande).

Meanwhile, the Spanish dubbed version of Madrasta is set to premiere on Ecuavisa as La Madrasta. The series stars Arra San Agustin, Juancho Trivino, and Thea Tolentino who recently captivated Ecuadorian viewers via the hit drama Heramanas (The Half Sisters). La Madrasta tells the story of a kind-hearted stepmother who must stand up against her husband’s evil ex-wife and fight for her rightful place in his life.

Another hit GMA afternoon drama, Dahil sa Pag-ibig is set to captivate Ecuadorian audiences via Ecuavisa with its recent premiere as ¿Por Amor O Por Dinero? It is top-billed by Sanya Lopez, Benjamin Alves, Pancho Magno, and 2017 Reina Hispanoamericana, Winwyn Marquez. It tells the story of a wife who sacrifices even her dignity just to save her husband from the deathrow in the Middle East.

Ecuadorian viewers express excitement on social media over the three new Filipino telenovelas. GMA dramas remain strong in Ecuador with three other titles currently airing in the country due to their popularity in the ratings – Someone To Watch Over Me (No Me Olvides), The Half Sisters (Hermanas), and Sa Piling ni Nanay (Ysabel).