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“Huwag Kang Mangamba,” the latest in ABS-CBN’s tradition of offering inspirational stories, premiered across eight platforms: Kapamilya Channel, A2Z, TV5, TFC, Kapamilya Online Live, iWant TFC, WeTV, and iflix.
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Portraying convenient issues, from political publicity to daze love, the ABS-CBN show “Huwag Kang Mangamba” positioned among the top patterns on Twitter on Monday, as it debuted across eight stages, including free TV and streaming.
In its pilot scene, Dreamscape Entertainment creation presented the lead characters Joy (Francine Diaz), an upset teen who feels detached from her own family, and Mira (Andrea Brillantes), a hopeful visually impaired vagrant who dares to discover her mom.
The scene finished with a street crash where a furious Joy incidentally hit Mira — prompting their common wonder of returning to life in the wake of seeming to have passed on.
Paving the way to their experience, Mira and Joy met a few characters who populate the anecdotal town of Hermoso, each with their own accounts that reflect genuine issues.
Among them were Deborah (Eula Valdez), a self-announced otherworldly healer who has dealt with an agreeable life from her training; Simon (Nonie Buencamino), Hermoso’s civic chairman who is resolved to sticking to the ability to save his sickly organizations; and Barang (Sylvia Sanchez), a simple-minded road inhabitant who cautions Mira against remaining in Hermoso.
Hermoso was likewise presented as a natural character, with the portrayal of negligible wrongdoing, tattling neighbors, taking care of projects credited to a legislator’s name, and savage men, among others.
“Huwag Kang Mangamba” is directed by Jerry Lopez Sineneng, Emmanuel Q. Palo, and Darnel Villaflor.
Its cast also includes Kyle Echarri, Seth Fedelin, RK Bagatsing, Dominic Ochoa, Diether Ocampo, Enchong Dee, Angeline Quinto, Soliman Cruz, Mercedes Cabral, Paolo Gumabao, Aylanna Angeles, Mylene Dizon, and Dimples Romana.