|Created by||Michał Kwieciński, Dorota Chamczyk|
|Written by||Radosław Figura (Head writer)|
|Starring|| Joanna Brodzik |
|No. of episodes||55|
|Executive producer(s)||Dariusz Gąsiorowski|
|Running time||42–47 minutes|
|Original release||September 6, 2005 – June 5, 2007|
Magda M. (Polish pronunciation: [ˈmaɡda ˈɛm] ) was a Polish soap opera which aired on TVN from 2005 to 2007.
|Joanna Brodzik||Magda Miłowicz||2005–2007|
|Paweł Małaszyński||Piotr Korzecki||2005–2007|
|Ewa Kasprzyk||Teresa Miłowicz||2005–2007|
|Bartłomiej Świderski||Sebastian Lewicki||2005–2007|
|Daria Widawska||Agata Bielecka||2005–2007|
|Krzysztof Stelmaszyk||Wiktor Waligóra||2005–2007|
|Katarzyna Herman||Karolina Waligóra||2005–2007|
|Bartek Kasprzykowski||Wojciech Płaska||2005–2007|
|Katarzyna Bujakiewicz||Mariola Adamska-Płaska||2005–2007|
|Szymon Bobrowski||Bartek Malicki||2005–2007|
|Jacek Braciak||Łukasz Zaniewicz||2005–2007|
|Patrycja Durska||Kasia Robecka-Zaniewicz||2005–2007|
|1st||Tuesday 9:30PM||Fall 2005||2.91||2.93|
|2nd||Tuesday 9:30PM||Spring 2006||2.97||2.92|
|3rd||Tuesday 9:30PM||Fall 2006||3.50||4.58|
|4th||Tuesday 9:30PM||Spring 2007||3.72||4.10|
Magdalena Miłowicz is a young lawyer who seems to be a little lost in her love life, until she meets Peter, a man who also turns out to be a lawyer. After they met, they fall madly in love.
Nonetheless, Peter has chosen to fight for Magda's affection. Once he wins Magda's love, he gets very sick with an illness, requiring him to go to the United States for treatment. However, he chose not tell Magda, unwillingly hurting her in the process.
When he gets well and comes back, he tries to win her back. But for leaving her without a word, she wants him out of her life, saying that she has other men to choose from. But the question is—is Peter Magda's true love, a love that she has denied herself?
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