Magpakailanman

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Magpakailanman
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Ngayon, Bukas at Magpakailanman
Genre drama anthology
Created by GMA News and Public Affairs
Starring Mel Tiangco
Opening theme "Magpakailanman" by Wency Cornejo
Country of origin Philippines
No. of episodes 260 episodes
Broadcast
Original channel GMA Network
Picture format 480i SDTV
Original run December 2, 2002<ref>iGMA.tv Magpakailanman Press Release 2003</ref> – January 31, 2008
External links
Official website

Magpakailanman (Forevermore) is a weekly anthology of inspiring stories of the GMA Network (Philippines). Magpakailanman features the life experiences of famous personalities – and ordinary people – who loved and lost on their way to success. The show is an hour-long dose of hope for today’s problem-weary viewer. The show is hosted by veteran broadcaster, Mel Tiangco, who is also the force behind the GMA Kapuso Foundation.

The show aired its last original episode on December 27, 2007 and it was replaced by E.S.P.. While the succeeding show is under production, reruns of Magpakailanman were aired until January 31, 2008.


Magpakailanman (2002)
Magpakailanman (2007)

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Awards and recognitions

  • Winner, Best Drama Series - 2007 Catholic Mass Media Awards

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