My Daddy Dearest

My Daddy Dearest is a Filipino drama-comedy series created and written by Denoy Navarro - Punio, under the helm of Don Michael Perez and produced by GMA Network. This series headlines Ogie Alcasid in the title role, with Jolina Magdangal-Escueta and Milkcah Wynne Nacion. The series premiered on June 11, 2012 replacing Alice Bungisngis and her Wonder Walis on GMA early primetime block and June 13, 2012 worldwide via GMA Pinoy TV. Originally titled as Bongga Ka Tay! but was later changed to My Daddy Dearest. Inspired on Sebastián Ortega's hit telenovela, Lalola, the series centers on Bong, played by Ogie Alcasid and his daughter Daisy, played by Milkcah Wynne Nacion. They've never been so close to each other and Bong, being a single parent and has no idea on how to raise his daughter all by himself. Daisy tried her best to get her dad's attention but because of one certain wish, everything goes beyond their imagination which changes Daisy's dad into a woman. The series concluded on August 17, 2012 and replaced by Korean family drama, Smile, DongHae on its timeslot. It ran for 10 weeks with 50 episodes overall.

Alice Bungisngis and her Wonder Walis

Alice Bungisngis and her Wonder Walis or Alice: The Giggling Witch is a Filipino drama-fantasy-comedy series created and written by Maribel Ilag, under the helm of Mark Reyes and produced by GMA Network. The series featured tween stars Bea Binene in the title role, with Jake Vargas, Derrick Monasterio and Lexi Fernandez, Sheena Halili, Janno Gibbs and Jean Garcia as the main protagonist. The series premieres February 6, 2012, replacing Daldalita on GMA's early primetime slot and February 8, 2012 worldwide via GMA Pinoy TV. The series is set in a fictional barrio, where most people still believe in witchcraft and sorcerers are still exist; and in an orphanage where the main protagonist grew up. The story centers in the life and love of Alice, a simple teenager who grew up in an orphanage and always taunted because of her kinky hair and witchy-kind of laugh. Unbeknownst to her, she is a descendant of a powerful white sorceress and she also possesses a power that eventually sends her into one magical adventure. The series concluded on June 8, 2012. It ran for 18 weeks with the total of 88 episodes. It replaced by My Daddy Dearest.

Amuri in Star Ocean

The 3D modeled anime is set in Year 019 of the Insonity Progressive Revolution - a future era in which mankind has evolved into a new species called Adapters. Three very young Adapter girls from Japan, China and France set out on a space adventure that will affect the rest of their species. (Source: animekon)

Chibikko Kaiju Yadamon

Chibikko Kaiju Yadamon is a Japanese black and white anime series created by Ushio Souji, an alias of Tomio Sagisu. Yadamon is also famous for its manga adaptation, which was the second professional work of Go Nagai.

Pidol's Wonderland

Istorifik: Kwentong Pidol's Fantastik is a weekly fantasy, comedy series in which it delivers a collection of wonderful stories for the whole family as told by Dolphy as the funny and endearing Mang Pidol. It airs on TV5 every Sundays at 6:30 PM . Pidol’s Wonderland dramatizes, adapts, and retells well-loved folk tales and legends, as well as original tall tales and fantasy stories that are perfect for the kids as well as for the whole family. Due to the untimely hospital confinement of Dolphy in 2011, until his death in 2012, Pidol's Wonderland was reformatted as a Fantasy Anthology.

My Beloved

My Beloved is a Filipino romance drama-suspense-thriller series created and written by RJ Nuevas, under the helm of Dominic Zapata and Lore Reyes and produced by GMA Network. The show headlines the tandem of real and reel sweethearts Dingdong Dantes and Marian Rivera as the two main protagonists, with Katrina Halili, Mikael Daez and Paolo Contis as the antagonists. The series premiered February 13, 2012 replacing Survivor Philippines: Celebrity Doubles Showdown on GMA Telebabad block. It is the first TV drama series of the network to premiere just a day after its original telecast on GMA Pinoy TV, February 14, 2012. Within the seven years of GMA Pinoy TV, this is the first that has done so. The series follows the life and love story of an angel of death named Arlan, a fictional character portrayed by Dingdong Dantes, who falls in love with a human named Sharina, played by Marian Rivera. He was punished and sent to earth to become human being. But complications arise when he found himself trapped in the body of a notorious criminal. The series concluded on June 8, 2012. It ran for 17 weeks with the total of 83 episodes. It was replaced by One True Love.

Attacks From The Future: Rinoplasticos

Attacks From The Future is an independent film series of fantasy–science fiction–adventure made by Calderón Productions, with some valuable help from Subsuelo Audio and Sobrelcielo Video. Most films have been made in Mexico, however, part of the series has been produced in Sweden and Finland. The films started with their first release on the big screen in 2005 with Attacks From The Future Episode I. After the success of the first film, Calderon Productions decided to continue making these films, thus the Saga was born. It includes two series. The main series started 2005, and ended 2012 with Rinoplasticos VI. The expanded series started in 2010 with A Frozen Land, and is expected to end in 2015 with a still untitled Kripto sequel. Most of the expanded series have been filmed in Finland. The upcoming A Warrior's Journey is currently in script writing process.

Daldalita

Daldalita is a Philippine drama-fantasy-musical TV series produced by GMA Network. It stars child actress Jillian Ward in the title role, with Ogie Alcasid, Manilyn Reynes, Rufa Mae Quinto, love team Elmo Magalona and Julie Anne San Jose and with the special participation of '90s hit singer/actress Donna Cruz. It is directed by Don Michael Perez and it premiered October 17, 2011. The series concluded on February 3, 2012, it ran for 16 weeks with 80 episodes in all. It will be replaced by Alice Bungisngis and her Wonder Walis.

Kokak

Kokak or The Frog Princess is a Fantasy/Romance TV series of GMA Network starring Sarah Lahbati in the title role, with TJ Trinidad and JC Tiuseco as her leading men. Kokak is based on a popular comics serial with the same title, originally created by Ruben Marcelino and published in Darna Komiks. In 1989, it was also made into film by Seiko Films which starred Rachel Lobangco and Gabby Concepcion. Premieres November 14, 2011 replacing Pahiram ng Isang Ina on GMA's Afternoon Prime blocked. The series concluded on March 2, 2012, it ran for 16 weeks with 80 episodes in all. It will be replaced by Hiram na Puso.

Walking in Circles

Walking in Circles is an American comedy web series created by Adam Rady and James Rodehaver. The show revolves around a group of adventurers on a quest to slay Sithalazalamazar, a dragon who had previously killed one of the adventurer's fathers. The series has been described by its creators as "The Office meets Lord of the Rings." The show itself follows a mockumentary format, featuring "whip-smart dialogue" with much of the humor derived from role-playing games like Dungeons & Dragons. The series premiered on YouTube on July 19, 2011. The remaining ten episodes were released on a weekly basis via YouTube. The creators are currently gathering funding for a second season.

Ikaw Ay Pag-Ibig

Ikaw ay Pag-Ibig is a Christmas special Philippine television mini drama series which airs on ABS-CBN. from November 21, 2011 to January 27, 2012 It topbills child actors Zaijian Jaranilla, Xyriel Manabat, Mutya Orquia & Louise Abuel. The show's previous name was Diyos Ay Pag-Ibig which is revert as a theme song of the said series. It replaced 100 Days to Heaven's time slot.

Die Wächter 1986

Die Wächter is a German television series. The dystopian novel The Guardians is a piece of work by the English author John Christopher. He portrays the fate of Rob Randalls, a boy living in a two-class society. The novel, which was published in 1970, was awarded the German youth literature prize in 1976. In 1985, "Die Wächter" was made into a television series of six episodes with a runtime of 45 minutes per episode. The producing company was the Bavaria Atelier GmbH. The character Rob Randalls was played by Martin Tempest. The television series aired on the German television channel "ARD" from February until March 1986.

Dwarkadheesh – Bhagwaan Shree Krishn

Dwarkadheesh – Bhagwaan Shree Krishna was a television series based on the adult life of the Hindu deity Krishna. It began airing on July 4, 2011 on Imagine TV at the 8 pm slot and was stopped abruptly midway with the shutdown of Imagine TV in April 2012. The series intended to show Krishna as a valiant lover; a master strategist; and an ideal brother, father, son, and king. Renowned composer Ravindra Jain composed the title song as well as music for the initial episodes. Afterwards the composer was replaced by music director-duo Sunny Bawra and Inder Bawra. The serial is produced by Sagar Pictures who are well known for their devotional serials of Bhagavan Ramachandra and Bhagavan Krishna: Ramayana and Sri Krishna respectively.

Iglot

Iglot is a Philippine television drama series created by GMA Network. It premiered on GMA Telebabad and GMA Pinoy TV on August 29, 2011 and August 31, 2011, respectively. The shows stars Claudine Barretto, Marvin Agustin, Jolina Magdangal, Luis Alandy, Patrick Garcia, Pauleen Luna, and newcomer Milkcah Wynne Nacion.

Andres de Saya

Andres de Saya is a weekly sitcom of GMA Network starring Cesar Montano and Iza Calzado. It is a TV remake of comic novel of Carlo J. Caparas. It premiered on May 28, 2011 in the Philippines, replacing Mind Master's time slot. The show premiered on GMA Pinoy TV on June 4; June 5, one week after its original premiere. but on July 24 they moved to Sunday replacing Show Me Da Manny.

Blusang Itim

Blusang Itim or Beauty Within is a Philippine drama produced by GMA Network starring Kylie Padilla, Frank Magalona and Carl Guevarra. It is a TV remake of the 1986 film starring Snooky Serna, which was based on the comic of Elena Patron. Premieres May 16, 2011 replacing Alakdana on GMA's Dramarama Sa Hapon blocked. It will ran of Total 65 episodes on August 2, 2011 to be replacing by Pahiram ng Isang Ina. Starting June 4, 2013 it currently re-airs on GMA Life TV worldwide.