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Bridges of Love

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Created by  Henry King Quitain
First episode date  2015
Number of episodes  103
Creative director(s)  Johnny Santos
Final episode date  7 August 2015
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Genre  romance, Melodrama, Suspense
Developed by  Malou N. SantosDes M. de Guzman
Written by  G3 San DiegoEnrique S. VillasisMary Pearl UrtolaBJ Lingan
Directed by  Richard V. SomesDado C. LumibaoWill FredoRichard I. Arellano
Directors  Dado C. Lumibao, Richard Somes, Will Fredo
Nominations  PMPC Star Awards for TV Best Drama Actor
Cast  Maja Salvador, Jericho Rosales, Paulo Avelino, Carmina Villarroel, Edu Manzano

Similar  The Legal Wife, Pangako Sa 'Yo, A Love to Last

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Bridges of Love is a 2015 Philippine soap opera television series directed by Richard V. Somes and Will Fredo, starring Jericho Rosales, Paulo Avelino and Maja Salvador. The series was aired on ABS-CBN's Primetime Bida evening block and worldwide on The Filipino Channel from March 16, 2015 to August 7, 2015, replacing Two Wives.

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Synopsis

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The story shares the tale of two brothers, Gael and Carlos, who were bound by their promise to each other, but separated by an unfortunate tragedy with guilt and hatred. They will be bridged together by love embodied by the same lady-of-interest — Mia, who was Gael's greatest love, and the woman who completed Carlos' broken heart.

Main cast

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  • Maja Salvador as Mia Sandoval-Nakpil
  • Paulo Avelino as Carlos Antonio / Manuel "JR" Nakpil, Jr.
  • Jericho Rosales as Gabriel "Gael" Nakpil
  • Edu Manzano as Lorenzo Antonio
  • Carmina Villarroel as Alexa Almeda-Antonio (Formerly Meyers)
  • Supporting cast

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  • Lito Pimentel as Manuel Nakpil, Sr.
  • Maureen Mauricio as Marilen Mendoza-Nakpil
  • Malou de Guzman as Manang Vida
  • William Lorenzo as Ramon Sandoval
  • Antoinette Taus as Camille Panlilio
  • Janus del Prado as Romulo "Muloy" Angeles
  • Isabel Oli-Prats as Atty. Malaya Cabrera-Nakpil
  • Max Eigennmann as Georgina Calix
  • Justin Cuyugan as Henson Lee
  • John Manalo as Manuel "Tres" Nakpil, III
  • Jopay Paguia as Venus de Castro
  • Joross Gamboa as Toto
  • Marilyn Villamayor as Chanda de Castro
  • Manuel Chua as Abner
  • Nikka Valencia as Tiyang Des
  • Guest Cast

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  • Bugoy Cariño as young Gabriel "Gael" Nakpil
  • Izzy Canillo as young Manuel "JR" Nakpil, Jr.
  • Desiree del Valle as young Marilen Mendoza-Nakpil
  • Jason Abalos as young Manuel Nakpil, Sr.
  • Baron Geisler as young Lorenzo Antonio
  • Grae Fernandez as teenage Manuel "JR" Nakpil, Jr. / Carlos Antonio
  • Jairus Aquino as teenage Gabriel "Gael" Nakpil
  • Lance Lucido as young Romulo "Muloy" Angeles
  • Jerould Aceron as teenage Romulo "Muloy" Angeles
  • Janice Jurado as Nancy Angeles
  • Encar Benedicto as Teacher Yolly
  • Matt Evans as Carlos' enemy (first episode)
  • Kyle Blanco as Kyle
  • Lorenzo Mara as Tony Meyers
  • Toby Alejar as Robert Panlilio
  • Alvin Anson as Willy
  • Carla Humphries as Ivanka Valera
  • Hiyasmin Neri as Priscilla Angeles
  • Lei Andrei Navarro as Wolfgang Angeles
  • Jordan Herrera as Bernard Briones
  • Johan Santos as Enrique Hidalgo
  • AJ Dee as Louie Sandejas
  • Menggie Cobarubias as Chairman Luna
  • Bing Davao as Robert Torralba
  • Eda Nolan as Michelle
  • Maria Isabel Lopez as Veronica
  • Niña Dolino as young Veronica
  • Akiko Solon as Alisa
  • Charles Christianson as Eugene
  • Inez Bernardo as Ms. Pierre
  • Mike Lloren as Lorenzo's friend
  • Ces Aldaba as Malaya's grandfather
  • Soundtrack

  • Pusong Ligaw - Michael Pangilinan
  • Ikaw Na Nga - Daryl Ong
  • Production

    Dubbed as "a story like no other", Bridges of Love is a soap opera directed by Dado Lumibao of the critically acclaimed melodrama, The Legal Wife, and Richard Somes of the highly successful horror-fantasy drama, Imortal. It is written by G3 San Diego from Magkaribal, and head writer Benjamin Lingan from Apoy Sa Dagat. Filming of the series began in September 12, 2014.

    During commercial gap of the romantic-comedy series, Forevermore, the teaser released on February 18, 2015, and the full trailer premiered on February 25, 2015.

    Casting

    Prior to its unveiling, the soap opera made headlines because of changes in its casting. John Lloyd Cruz was originally part of the main cast, who at the time could not commit as he had yet to renew his contract with ABS-CBN. Cruz was later replaced by Xian Lim, but was eventually reassigned by management to co-star anew with Kim Chiu for a third series together. On January 10, 2015, Lim was officially replaced by Paulo Avelino.

    The series marks the reunion of Rosales and Salvador, who previously starred together as husband and mistress respectively in The Legal Wife in 2014. It is also the first team-up of Rosales, Avelino and Salvador as previous Gawad Urian awardees. Meanwhile, the soap opera is Edu Manzano and Antoinette Taus' comeback project as returning Kapamilya stars. Meanwhile, this is Carmina Villarroel's return to primetime after the success of Got to Believe in 2013, opposite Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla, the series ended on March 7, 2014.

    References

    Bridges of Love Wikipedia


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