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A Love to Last

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First episode date  9 January 2017
Languages  English, Filipino, German
Network  ABS-CBN
A Love to Last Family Drama 39A Love To Last39 is ABSCBN39s New Year Offering
Created by  Henry King Quitain Jay Fernando
Developed by  Malou N. Santos Des M. de Guzman
Written by  BJ Lingan Rona Co Carlota Balane
Directed by  Jerry Lopez Sineneng Richard I. Arellano Frasco Mortiz
Creative director(s)  Johnny Delos Reyes Jay Fernando
Starring  Bea Alonzo Ian Veneracion Iza Calzado
Program creators  Henry King Quitain, Jay Fernando
Genres  Romance Film, Family film, Comedy
Similar  Langit Lupa, The Greatest Love, Till I Met You, Minute to Win It, Tonight with Boy Abunda

Watch a love to last first trailer of bea alonzo and ian veneracion


A Love to Last is a 2017 Philippine romantic family drama television series directed by Jerry Lopez-Sineneng, Richard I. Arellano and Frasco Mortiz, starring Bea Alonzo and Ian Veneracion together with an ensemble cast. The series premiered on ABS-CBN's Primetime Bida evening block and worldwide on The Filipino Channel on January 9, 2017, replacing Magpahanggang Wakas.

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A Love to Last ABSCBN opens 2017 with newest Primetime Family Drama A Love to Last

The story tackles relationships in a diversified family setting, something which exists in real life.

A love to last the value of family full episode 1


Plot

A Love to Last A Love To Last39 Bea Alonzo Ian Veneracion First Trailer

The story follows two different people, Andeng (Bea Alonzo), and Anton (Ian Veneracion), that will prove that two brokenhearts can make their love last or not.

Supporting cast

A Love to Last Trailer of A Love To Last starring Bea Alonzo and Ian Veneracion
  • Perla Bautista as Carla "Mameng" Agoncillo
  • Khalil Ramos as Red Hernandez
  • Irma Adlawan as Virginia "Baby" Custodio-Agoncillo
  • Melanie Marquez as Miriam "Mimi" Stuart
  • Bernard Palanca as Tom Gonzales
  • Justin Cuyugan as Gerry
  • Matet de Leon as Tracy Buenaventura
  • Arlene Muhlach as Noemi Agoncillo
  • Anna Marin as Cecilia Hernandez-Noble
  • Jenine Desiderio as Betty Agoncillo
  • Denise Joaquin as Maggie Agoncillo
  • Pamu Pamorada as Maxine
  • Prince Stefan as Oscar
  • Sam Thurman as Marcus
  • Patricia Ysmael as Astrid
  • Troy Montero as Michael
  • Extended cast


  • Carla Martinez as Mrs. Silverio
  • Glenda Garcia as Sonia
  • Lui Manansala as Yaya Diding
  • Minnie Aguilar as Ibyang
  • Kyra Custodio as Lucy
  • Claire Ruiz as Jenna
  • Trina "Hopia" Legaspi as Kath
  • Josh Ivan Morales as Berto
  • Miguel Diokno as Santino
  • Lance Lucido as Marty
  • Aaliyah Belmoro
  • Marc Santiago as Donald Dimayuga
  • Via Veloso as Susan
  • Richard Manabat as Boyet
  • Dwight Gaston as Jordan
  • Via Carillo as Morgana
  • Uajo Manarang as Vincent
  • Jade Ecleo as Catherine
  • Marianne Guidiotti as Karen
  • Erika Padilla as Melissa
  • Riva Quenery as Coleen
  • Special participation


  • Andrea Brillantes as teen Andeng
  • Pilar Pilapil as Victoria Madrigal
  • Victor Silayan as Jerold Francisco
  • Toby Alejar as Reynaldo Agoncillo
  • Bobby Andrews as himself
  • Bea Rose Santiago as herself
  • Wency Cornejo as himself
  • Title change

    The initial title for the series was The Second Wife. However, the Wife titles became redundant, and thus the title was later renamed by the management as A Love To Last.

    Timeslot change

    On January 23, 2017, A Love To Last was moved to a later timeslot at 9:30pm to give way for My Dear Heart.

    References

    A Love to Last Wikipedia


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