Magpakailanman

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Magpakailanman
Magpakailanman title card.jpg
Title card since 2019
Also known asMPK
Genre Drama
Presented by Mel Tiangco
Opening theme
  • "Magpakailanman" by Wency Cornejo (2002–2008)
  • "Magpakailanman" by Wency Cornejo & Kyla (2012–2019)
  • "Magpakailanman" by Golden Cañedo (2019-2020) [1]
  • "Pusong Pinoy Magpakailanman" by Jeremiah Tiangco and Thea Astley (since 2020) [2]
Country of originPhilippines
Original languageTagalog
No. of episodes(list of episodes)
Production
Executive producerMona Coles-Mayuga
Production locationPhilippines
Camera setup Multiple-camera setup
Running time75 minutes
Production companyGMA Entertainment Group
Release
Original network GMA Network
Picture format
Original release
  • First run:
  • December 2, 2002 (2002-12-02) – December 27, 2007 (2007-12-27)
  • Second run:
  • November 17, 2012 (2012-11-17)
 
present
External links
Website

Magpakailanman (transl.Forevermore) is a Philippine television drama anthology show broadcast by GMA Network. Hosted by Mel Tiangco, it premiered on December 2, 2002. The show concluded on December 27, 2007. It was replaced by the E.S.P. in its timeslot. The show returned on November 17, 2012 on the network's Sabado Star Power sa Gabi line up.

Contents

Overview

The show was originally created by GMA Entertainment TV Group as a limited drama special intended for the celebration of World Meeting of Families [3] on January 23–24, 2003. Vilma Santos was offered to host the show but turned it down. Mel Tiangco was later hired to host and the show later became a regular show in GMA Network. On December 27, 2007, the show was canceled. [4]

In November 2012, the show was revived by GMA Network, with Tiangco reprising her role as the host. [5] [6] In March 2020, principal photography was halted due to the enhanced community quarantine in Luzon caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. [7] The show resumed its programming on July 18, 2020. [8]

Ratings

According to AGB Nielsen Philippines' Mega Manila household television ratings, the pilot episode of the second run of Magpakailanman earned a 20.6% rating. [9]

Accolades

Accolades received by Magpakailanman
YearAwardsCategoryRecipientResultRef.
2003 Asian Television Award Best Single Performance by an Actress Jolina Magdangal ("Abot-Kamay na Pangarap: The Wayda Cosme Story")Won [10]
Catholic Mass Media AwardBest Drama Series/ProgramMagpakailanmanWon [11]
17th PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Drama AnthologyNominated
Best Single Performance by an Actor Raymond Bagatsing ("May Liwanag Sa Dilim")Nominated
Tirso Cruz III ("Minsan May Isang Pangako")Nominated
Best Single Performance by an Actress Sunshine Dizon ("Kakaibang Mukha ng Pag-ibig")Won [12]
Jolina Magdangal ("Pasakalye ng Isang Pangarap")Nominated
2004ENPRESS Golden Screen Awards for TVOutstanding Drama Serial"Babangon Din ang Kahapon"Won [13]
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama SpecialSunshine Dizon ("Babangon Din ang Kahapon")Won
Gawad Tanglaw AwardsBest Drama AnthologyMagpakailanmanWon [14]
Best Performance by an Actress Jean Garcia ("Kalbaryo ng Isang Ina")Won
18th PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Drama AnthologyMagpakailanmanNominated
Best Single Performance by an Actress Ara Mina ("Kapag Ang Pag-Ibig ay Wagas: The Gerry & Marlene Mariano Story")Won
Nora Aunor ("Silang Mga Inihabilin ng Langit")Nominated
Sunshine Dizon ("Silang Mga Inihabilin ng Langit")Nominated
2005Asian Television AwardBest Single Performance by an Actor Nonie Buencamino ("Sa Kabila ng Karamdaman: An AIDS Victim Story")Won [15]
Best Single Performance by an Actress Lorna Tolentino ("Sa Kabila ng Karamdaman: An AIDS Victim Story")Won
19th PMPC Star Awards for Television Won
2006Asian Television AwardsBest Drama SeriesMagpakailanman ("Kalbaryo ng Isang Ina: Patricia Dongallo Story")Highly Commended
20th PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Drama AnthologyMagpakailanmanNominated
Best Single Performance by an ActorJeremy Marquez ("Pag-Ahon sa Lusak")Nominated
Best Single Performance by an Actress Alessandra de Rossi ("Pag-Ahon sa Lusak")Nominated
Jean Garcia ("Kalbaryo ng Isang Ina")Nominated
2007Catholic Mass Media AwardBest Drama Series/ProgramMagpakailanmanWon [16]
21st PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Drama AnthologyNominated [17]
Best Single Performance By An Actress Gina Alajar ("Liyab ng Pag-Asa")Nominated
Pauleen Luna ("Sa Dulo ng Pag-Ibig: The Olivia Ortiz Story")Won
Lorna Tolentino ("Hiram na Haplos")Nominated
2008Anak TV SealMagpakailanmanWon [18]
22nd PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Drama AnthologyNominated [19]
2009Anak TV SealWon [18]
2013Gawad Tanglaw AwardsBest Performance by an ActressJean Garcia ("Kalbaryo ng Isang Ina: The Nanay Slyveria Story")Won
27th PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Drama AnthologyMagpakailanmanWon [20]
Best Single Performance by an Actor Keempee de Leon ("Ang Tatay Kong Beki: The Ruben Marasigan Story")Nominated [21]
Best Single Performance by an Actress Krystal Reyes ("Batang Ina: The Tintin Ng Story")Nominated
2014ENPRESS Golden Screen TV AwardsOutstanding Performance by an Actor in a Single Drama/Telemovie Program Gabby Eigenmann ("Kagat ng Aso")
Neil Ryan Sese ("Child Rape")
Nominated [22]
Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Single Drama/Telemovie Program Agot Isidro ("Norma Castilli, Bataan Sex Worker")
Jean Garcia ("Nanay Silveria")
Lorna Tolentino ("Susan Maniego")
Nominated
Outstanding Single Drama/Telemovie ProgramMirriam Castillo Story
Susan Maniego Story
Nominated
28th PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Drama AnthologyMagpakailanmanWon [23]
Best Single Performance by an Actor Alden Richards ("Kawalan ng Karapatan: The Dondon Lanuza)
Gabby Eigenmann ("My Psychotic Husband")
Kristofer Martin ("Siga Noon, Beki na Ngayon")
Nominated
Best Single Performance by an Actress Gina Pareño ("Ang Inang Hindi Malilimutan")
Yasmien Kurdi ("Nalunod na Pag-Asa: The Cebu Ship Collision")
Nominated
2015 29th PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Drama AnthologyMagpakailanmanWon [24]
Best Single Performance by an Actor Mike Tan ("8 Shades of Gay: The Tubato Family Story")Nominated
Best Single Performance by an ActressAlessandra de Rossi ("Sabit-sabit, Kabit-kabit, Mga Pusong Malupit")Nominated
2016 30th PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Drama AnthologyMagpakailanmanNominated [25]
Best Single Performance by an ActorKristofer Martin ("Mag-Ama sa Bilangguan")Won
John Arcilla ("Mag-Ama sa Bilangguan")Nominated
2017 31st PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Drama AnthologyMagpakailanmanNominated [26]
Best Single Performance by an Actor Rocco Nacino ("Losing Jeffrey, Finding Jason")Nominated
Best Single Performance by an Actress Janice de Belen ("Ang Swerteng Hatid ng Pera sa Basura")Nominated
2018 32nd PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Drama AnthologyMagpakailanmanNominated [27]
Best Single Performance by An Actor Ruru Madrid ("Takbo Ng Buhay Ko")Won [28]
Alden Richards ("Kuwentong Marawi sa Mata ng Isang Sundalo")Nominated [27]
2019 33rd PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Drama AnthologyMagpakailanmanNominated [29]
Best Single Performance by An Actor Jeric Gonzales ("Male Sex Slave sa Saudi")Won
Dennis Trillo ("Patawad, Ama Ko")Nominated

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