June 27, 2017, 10:05 pm
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Wild and wicked

Revenge has never been this wild as Maja Salvador stages her much-awaited comeback on television as Ivy, a woman who will do everything to avenge her parents’ death in the afternoon drama, “Wildflower,” seen weekdays on ABS-CBN.

Before anger turned her into Ivy, she was first Lily (Xyriel Manabat), a young girl who grew up in a loving family. Her father Dante (Christian Vasquez), a PAO lawyer, had to bring his wife and daughter to a safe place because of the threats to his life. The family relocates to Poblacion Ardiente to begin their new life. 

Their first week went well for her family, especially Lily, who easily found a friend in Diego (Jesse James Ongteco). But then Diego’s father, Raul Torillo (Wendell Ramos), sexually harasses Camia. Without hesitation, Dante files a case against Raul, who happens to be the husband of town mayor Emilia Ardiente Torillo (Aiko Melendez). To protect their family’s reputation, Emilia takes matters into her own hands.

In just a snap, Lily’s life suddenly crashes when her father suspiciously succumbs to a heart attack. Lily is forced to leave her mother. Luckily, she escapes the wrath of the Ardientes and finds herself in the home of Prianka Aguas (Priscilla Meirelles), who adopts her.

Years later, Lily returns to Poblacion Ardiente as the seductive and powerful Ivy, who vows to seek revenge against the Ardientes. Everything works out as planned, until she crosses paths with her long-lost friend, Diego Ardiente Torillo (Joseph Marco).

Also in the cast are Tirso Cruz III, RK Bagatsing, Vin Abrenica, Malou De Guzman, Ana Abad Santos, Arnold Reyes and Izzy Canillo.

“Wildflower” is directed by Onat Diaz, Raymond Ocampo, Cathy Camarillo under the production unit headed by Ruel Bayani.
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