March 02 2017
GMA drama series Hanggang Makita Kang Muli recently premiered in Peru making it the first Kapuso drama to air in Latin America. Acquired by PanAmericana Television SA, the GMA Afternoon Prime series went well on its pilot week with ratings almost twice of the program it replaced.
Meanwhile, GMA Worldwide Inc. (GWI) Vice President Roxanne J. Barcelona is glad to learn about Peru’s warm reception of the program. “We are proud and happy that the canned version of Hanggang Makita Kang Muli is enjoying a successful run on free TV in Peru. This is a first for GMA in Latin America,” she said.
“A seed has been planted in that part of the world and we hope that it grows and opens more doors for GMA's content. It proves that our stories can travel well across all cultures. A special thank you to Jose Escalante of Latin Media Corp., who helped us make this happen,” Barcelona acknowledged.
Hanggang Makita Kang Muli, which launched in the Philippines in March 2016, is being aired with the title Cautiva or ‘Captive’ in English. Under the direction of Laurice Guillen, the series features Kapuso artist Bea Binene portraying the challenging role of a feral child who grew up in a dark room isolated from human contact.
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