There is a new TV barkada to love


    The Kapamilya channel is introducing a new barkada to love in “Bagong Umaga,” the first new Kapamilya series to air on A2Z Channel 11, Kapamilya Channel, and Kapamilya Online Live.

    “Bagong Umaga,” which will premiere on October 26m, is led by Tony Labrusca, Barbie Imperial, Kiko Estrada, Michelle Vito, Yves Flores, and Heaven Peralejo, who will play

    intertwined characters.
    Heaven is Tisay, whose tragic past serves as her motivation to become a successful journalist. Amidst the hardship, she gets support from her parents Jose (Keempee de Leon) and Monica (Nikki Valdez), her adoptive brother, Dodong (Yves) and her best friend, Angge (Michelle Vito).

    Tony is Ely, who is in love with Tisay. Like Tisay, Ely also has dreams of being successful, but as a doctor so that he can take his mother, Irene (Bernadette Allyson) and sibling, Gab (Ali Abinal) away from his abusive father, Matthew (Richard Quan).


    Cai (Barbie) is Ely’s best friend who resents the budding relationship between Ely and Tisay and will try to keep them away from each other, even if it means using Dodong.

    Things become even more complicated when Otep (Kiko) tries to befriend Tisay to use her to avenge her family’s painful past.

    Joining the six are premier actors Sunshine Cruz, Criz Martinez, Peewee O Hara, Glydel Mercado, and Rio Locsin.

    Under the production of Rizza G. Ebriega, “Bagong Umaga” offers another value laden series following the success of its previous shows, “Nang Ngumiti ang Langit “ and “Pamilya Ko.”

    The pilot week of “Bagong Umaga” starts on Oct. 26, 2:30 PM on Kapamilya Channel on cable and satellite TV (SKYcable channel 8 SD and channel 167 HD, Cablelink channel 8, G Sat Direct TV channel 22, and in most channels operated by members of Philippine Cable and Telecommunications Association).

    It is also available on A2Z channel 11, which is available in Metro Manila and in some parts of Cavite, Laguna, Quezon, Rizal, Bataan, Batangas, Bulacan, and Pampanga. It can also be accessed via cable TV at satellite TV nationwide.