PRESS STATEMENT FROM TV5:
"TV5’s most daring and intriguing dramaserye, Mga Nagbabagang Bulaklak, continues to bag high ratings after its successful premiere last March 21. Viewers are definitely hooked on the intriguing scenes and captivating story the primetime series presented on its pilot week.
"Highlights of Mga Nagbabagang Bulaklak’s debut included the controversial batis scene of Dahlia (Arci Muñoz) and Daisy (Ritz Azul) and the two sisters’ misadventures in chasing their lifelong dream of becoming star dancers.
"Also making the TV screen sizzle with heated passion and rousing excitement were the accidental encounter and forbidden mutual understanding of Dahlia and Marco (Victor Basa), the intense illicit affair of Violet (Valerie Concepcion) and Mr. A (Richard Gomez), and the brewing conflict between Violet and Mr. A’s watchful wife, Ms. O (Ruffa Gutierrez).
"There is also the hard-line competition between Violet and Ivy (Carla Humphries) which will eventually reveal more aggressive scenes.
"Expect more fiery revelations and interesting characters as Mga Nagbabagang Bulaklak gets on the sensational plot points of its highly absorbing story. Don’t miss out on the controversies that people are bound to talk about from every episode of Mga Nagbabagang Bulaklak, airing weeknights after Babaeng Hampaslupa on TV5."
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