Top 10 Most Heartbreaking Philippine Drama Series
They made your heart bleed. You never missed a single episode, itching to see when your favorite underdog heroine will finally wreak her sweet revenge. You cried during their sad moments, and you cursed the people who hurt them. And, whether you admit it or not, you even felt that you were living the life of the heroine. Now let's hop onto the time machine and fasten our seatbelts as we take a blast from the past. The following Most Heart Rending Drama Series of All Time will surely make you grab those tissues and keep you on the edge of your seat.
- Mula sa Puso - One of ABS-CBN's top rating drama series which starred Claudine Barreto as Olivia Pereira and Rico Yan as Gabriel.
- Gulong ng Palad - A 1977 soap opera hit which started as a radio drama in 1949.Its cast includes Marianne de la Riva and Ronald Corveau.
- Analuna - An afternoon drama series with Macy and Eunice as the child kontrabidas.
- Anna Liza - A hit drama series aired over GMA in 1981. The title character was played by superstar child actress, Julie Vega.
- Pangako Sa'yo - Starred the former loveteam of Kristine Hermosa (Ynamorata 'Yna' Macaspac) and Jericho Rosales (Angelo Buenavista). This teleserye also revived Eula Valdez's acting career as Amor Powers.
- Mara Clara - An afternoon drama series of Judy Ann Santos and Gladys Reyes. Gladys proved her acting prowess as an effective kontrabida in this series.
- Saan Ka Man Naroroon - The first teleserye featuring three protagonists in the persons of Rosemarie, Rosenda and Rosario, all played by Claudine Barreto.
- Esperanza (TV series) - The Philippine teleserye that hit the highest rating in a single episode. The loveteam of Judy Ann Santos and Wowie de Guzman bloomed through this teleserye.
- Sa Dulo ng Walang Hanggan - The characters Angeline (Claudine Barreto) and Sally (Mylene Dizon) were mortal enemies in this teleserye. Mylene became one of the Philippine kontrabidas-everyone-loved-to-hate because of this show.
- Flor de Luna - Topbilled by the then-child star Janice de Belen. Its rival program was Julie Vega's 'Anna Liza'.