7 teleseryes from the 2000s that we miss

Watch them all over again on HOOQ.
Oct 21, 2016
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Teleseryes are staple in the Pinoy TV viewing diet. Your day isn't complete without following the romance and the drama of your favorite characters, who are usually a young couple trying to beat the odds.

What if you miss them? Thanks to internet streaming, taking a trip down teleserye memory lane is now possible. You can relive the drama even from years back.

With TV streaming services like HOOQ, you can enjoy not just teleseryes but also local and foreign TV shows and movies on your phone, laptop, or tablet.

Check out this "blast from the past" list of teleseryes you can watch all over again on HOOQ. Be ready with tissues.

 

Mara Clara (2010)

 

This remake of the '90s classic has catapulted Kathryn Bernardo (Mara) and Julia Montes (Clara) into stardom. It can be considered as their coming-of-age acting project. Originally played by Judy Ann Santos and Gladys Reyes, respectively, Mara and Clara are exact opposites of each other, but it turns out that they are switched at birth.

 

My Husband's Lover

 

A groundbreaking teleserye, this fearless drama explores the themes of homosexuality. Tom Rodriguez and Carla Abellana play a married couple rocked by infidelity when Tom's character starts an affair with Dennis Trillo's. My Husband's Lover has caused an uproar because of its controversial plot and, more importantly, has gotten people talking about LGBT issues.

 

Sana'y Wala Nang Wakas

 

This roundup isn't complete without a teleserye topbilled by Kristine Hermosa and Jericho Rosales. In this drama, they play estranged lovers whose families share a painful past. Both fall in love with other people, but destiny brings them back together.

  

The Rich Man's Daughter

Like My Husband's Lover, this teleserye tackles homosexuality as well. An heiress (Rhian Ramos), who's engaged to her longtime boyfriend, falls in love with her wedding coordinator (Glaiza de Castro). The "rich man," her father, offers P100 million to the man who can make her go straight. 

 

Magkaribal

Literally a teleserye with style, this drama gives an inside look at the Philippine fashion industry, where the characters of Gretchen Barretto and Bea Alonzo are major players and fierce rivals. In a twist of fate, they turn out to be closely related.

 

Villa Quintana (2013)

This teleserye is inspired by Romeo and Juliet and tells the tragic tale of young lovers from different social classes. Elmo Magalona plays Keempee de Leon's role, while Janine Gutierrez plays that of Donna Cruz in this remake of the '90s hit.

 

Walang Hanggan

Throw in a Coco Martin and Julia Montes pairing with an onscreen reunion of Richard Gomez and Dawn Zulueta, and you get a timeless primetime hit that can make you believe in undying love that spans generations.

Can't get enough of the drama? There are more teleseryes to choose from right here.

 

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