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Mara Clara

Genre

Family drama

Created by

Emil Cruz, Jr.

Written by

Ma. Regina Amigo


David Diuco
Danica Mae Domingo

Directed by

Jerome Chavez Pobocan


Claudio "Tots" Sanchez-Mariscal IV

Starring

Kathryn Bernardo
Julia Montes

Opening theme

Mara Clara by Carol Banawa

Country of origin

Philippines

Original language(s)

Filipino, English

No. of seasons

No. of episodes

158
Production

Executive producer(s) Jennifer Borja-Soliman


Editor(s)

Marion Bautista
Marianne Fernando

Running time

30-45 minutes

Production company(s) Dreamscape Entertainment Television


Release
Original network

ABS-CBN

Picture format

NTSC (480i)

Original release

October 25, 2010 June 3, 2011


Chronology

Related shows

Mara Clara (1992)


Ina, Kapatid, Anak(2012-2013)
External links

Website

Mara Clara is a Philippine television drama which aired on ABS-CBN from October 25, 2010 to June
3, 2011. It is a remake based on the 1992 original television series of same title that starred Judy
Ann Santos and Gladys Reyes. Directed by Jerome Chavez Pobocan, starring Kathryn Bernardo and
Julia Montes together with an ensemble cast, replacing 1DOL.[1][2]
It was also in celebration of the 60 Years Of Philippine Soap Opera year end offering.

Overview
Adaptation
Main article: Mara Clara

Mara Clara is a remake of the 1992 television series, Mara Clara an adapted novel and serial of Emil
Cruz Jr. produced by ABS-CBN. In 1996, the original TV series was adapted into a lm where the
whole cast reprised their role except for Eruel Tongco's character Gary Davis who was played by
William Martinez in the movie due to Tongco's death. In August 2010, ABS-CBN announced that they
have decided to remake the television series[3] with Kathryn Bernardo slated for the role of Mara
opposite Julia Montes as Clara which centres two children who were both born in the same day and
was switched by their uncle, Karlo (Ping Medina). However it was noted that Karlo is just following
his brother Gary's (Jhong Hilario) order. Until both two daughters returned to the people who they
were belong to. The series premiered from October 25, 2010 to June 3, 2011.[4]

Cast
Main cast
Kathryn Bernardo as Mara David / Mara del Valle
Julia Montes as Clara del Valle / Clara David

Supporting cast
Gina Pareo as Lupe David
Mylene Dizon as Susan David
Jhong Hilario as Gary David

Dimples Romana as Alvira del Valle


Bobby Andrews as Amanthe del Valle
Albie Casio as Christian Torralba
Ping Medina as Karlo David
Desiree del Valle as Christina Borres

Extended cast
Jamilla Obispo as Lenita Santos
Tia Pusit as Yaya Bonnel
John Manalo as Erris Reyes
Diego Loyzaga as Derrick Gonzales
Chokoleit as CG
Cherry Lou as Vanessa Torralba
Kiray Celis as Desiree Francisco
Andre Tiangco as Atty. Barrameda
Aria Clemente as Christina "Jin Jin" Tianghan
EJ Jallorina as Butch Mauricio
Renzo Cruz as Nathaniel Gonzales
Helga Krapf as Carlotta Gonzales
Francis Magundayao as Nick Paraiso

Special participation
Kimberly Fulgar as young Mara David / Mara del Valle
Christine Joy de Guzman as young Clara del Valle / Clara David

Reception
KANTAR MEDIA NATIONAL HOUSEHOLD TV RATINGS
(07:30PM PST)
PILOT EPISODE FINALE EPISODE PEAK AVERAGE SOURCE
36.4%

See also

43.4%

43.4%

[5][6][7][8]

See also
List of shows previously aired by ABS-CBN
List of dramas of ABS-CBN
Mara Clara

References
1. ^ Mara Clara: Feature Article

retrieved via www.abs-cbn.com 10-23-2010

2. ^ Mara Clara aims to please new viewers and fans of the original series

retrieved via www.abs-

cbn.com 10-25-2010
3. ^ http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/entertainment/08/27/10/abs-cbn-revives-hit-soap-mara-clara
4. ^ Kathryn Bernardo and

Julia Montes topbill ABS-CBN's remake of Mara Clara retrieved via

www.pep.ph 09-29-2010
5. ^ "Kantar Media: Nationwide TV Ratings - March 7, 2014 (Friday) - LionhearTV" .
6. ^ "NATIONAL TV RATINGS (Urban + Rural): March 7, 8, and 9, 2014" .
7. ^ "Kantar Media: Nationwide TV Ratings - August 26, 2013 (Monday) - LionhearTV" .
8. ^ "Most Watched TV Pilot and Finale episodes of 2013 - LionhearTV" .

External links
Ofcial website

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