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Teen drama

Developed by
First episode date
4 December 1999

Don Michael Perez


Created by
Directed by
Final episode date
24 July 2004

Number of episodes

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Written by
Don Michael PerezClarissa EstuarJoel Rufino NuñezCamille Pengson

Angelika dela CruzTrina ZuñigaMitzi BorromeoSherwin OrdoñezBiboy RamirezMaybelyn dela CruzRoxanne BarceloJames BlancoRichard GutierrezChynna OrtalezaAngel LocsinRailey ValerosoJennylyn MercadoMark HerrasJake CuencaRoanna Ruiz-JamirYasmien KurdiRainier CastilloJC de VeraIya VillaniaDrew Arellano

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Click is a Filipino youth-oriented TV series produced and aired by GMA Network from December 4, 1999 to July 24, 2004. The show jump-started the careers of the several popular young actors and actresses in the Philippines today, such as Richard Gutierrez, Alessandra de Rossi, Angel Locsin, Jake Cuenca, JC de Vera, Jennylyn Mercado, Bianca King and many more. The series is shown every Saturday and was conceived to fill in the void of T.G.I.S. on its timeslot after VIVA withdrew co-productions with GMA.




The show revolves around a clique of friends, each with unique personalities. Their lives and loves intertwined as they face the pains, struggles, challenges and discoveries of teenage life.

Audience and critical reception

When Click was launched to fill in the void of TGIS, critics were saying that the show will not be able to reach the hysteria & popularity created by its predecessor, but sky high ratings and positive review of the show later proved the critics wrong and ironically many TGIS alumni also guested on the show.

It was also regarded that Click is the only teen drama that equaled the success of TGIS.

Original cast (season 1)

  • Maybelyn dela Cruz as Rosario
  • Trina Zuñiga as Melai
  • Roxanne Barcelo as Toni
  • James Blanco as Anton
  • Biboy Ramirez as Christian
  • Sherwin Ordoñez as JB
  • Tricia Roman as Issa
  • Joseph Izon as Nikko
  • Danilo Barrios as Popoy
  • Jason Red as Medwin
  • Erwin Aquino as Paolo
  • Extended cast (season 2)

  • Angelika dela Cruz as Oli
  • Alessandra de Rossi as Ian
  • Danica Sotto as Kara
  • Antoinette Taus as Allie
  • Chynna Ortaleza as Mimi
  • Mitzi Borromeo as Lara
  • Miko Sotto† as Joey
  • Wowie de Guzman as Hector
  • Wendell Ramos as Ben
  • Cogie Domingo as Gio
  • Katarina Perez as Cathy
  • Aiza Marquez as Annaliza
  • Jet Alcantara as Francis
  • Miles Poblete as Joanne
  • Roanna Ruiz-Jamir as Ann
  • Batch 2 (March 16, 2002 to June 28, 2003)

  • Chynna Ortaleza as Mimi
  • Richard Gutierrez as Enzo
  • Angel Locsin as Charley
  • Railey Valeroso as Icko
  • Sherwin Ordonez as JB
  • Danica Sotto as Kara
  • Tricia Roman as Issa
  • Alessandra de Rossi as Ian
  • Roanna Ruiz-Jamir as Ann
  • Brian Revilla as Emil
  • AJ Eigenmann as Josh
  • Karen delos Reyes as Weng
  • Diane Delfin as Belle
  • Jake Cuenca as Tryke
  • Iya Villania-Arellano as Sydney
  • Mitzi Borromeo as Lara
  • Valerie Concepcion as Yasmin
  • Batch 3 (July 5, 2003 to February 28, 2004)

  • Chynna Ortaleza as Mimi
  • Richard Gutierrez as Enzo
  • AJ Eigenmann as Josh
  • Roanna Ruiz-Jamir as Ann
  • Railey Valeroso as Icko
  • Karen delos Reyes as Weng
  • Angel Locsin as Charley
  • Tricia Roman as Issa
  • Iya Villania-Arellano as Sydney
  • Valerie Concepcion as Yasmin
  • Charina Scott as Desi
  • Denise Laurel as Bea
  • Mitzi Borromeo as Lara
  • Jolo Revilla as Joma
  • JC de Vera as Benj
  • Mikel Campos as Nathan
  • Lester Llansang as Buj
  • Crystal Moreno as Claudine
  • Drew Arellano as Gilbert
  • Gelai Bersaba as Mamah Gie
  • Batch 4 (March 6, 2004 to July 24, 2004)

  • Valerie Concepcion as Yasmin
  • Iya Villania-Arellano as Sydney
  • JC de Vera as Benj
  • Drew Arellano as Gilbert
  • Jennylyn Mercado as Carol
  • Mark Herras as Migs
  • Rafael Kua as Ed-Ison
  • Rainier Castillo as Jerry
  • Yasmien Kurdi as Leilani
  • Bianca King as Marnie
  • Fidel Abalos as Kanor
  • Warren Austria as Lance
  • Mitzi Borromeo as Lara
  • Neil Patrick Ramos as Spencer
  • Jad Gallanosa as Peachy
  • Karen Trinidad as Bojobels
  • Arc Mercolesia as Samson
  • Yoro Etis as Jong
  • Cancellation

    Faced with the absence of new actress Valerie Concepcion due to her unexpected pregnancy with co-star Neil Patrick Ramos. Click producers tried to save the series by ushering newcoming actors like Jennylyn Mercado, Mark Herras, Yasmien Kurdi and Rainier Castillo. This move did not help and therefore prompted the management of GMA Network to cease the production of the show.

    Awards and recognitions

  • James Blanco, Best New Male Personality Winner, PMPC Star Awards for TV 2000
  • Best Youth Oriented Show, PMPC Star Awards for Television 2002, 2003 & 2004
  • Valerie Concepcion, Best New Female Personality Winner, PMPC Star Awards for TV 2003
  • Best Youth Drama Program, Catholic Mass Media Awards 2002
  • Rainier Castillo, Best Male New TV Personality, PMPC Star Awards for TV 2004
  • Anak TV Seal Award Winner 2003 & 2004
  • Trivia

  • Click has also a reality show called, Click Barkada Hunt, which was formerly hosted by Richard Gutierrez and Chynna Ortaleza, and was originally aired in 2003. The show was aired before the Click TV Series.
  • References

    Click (Philippine TV series) Wikipedia

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