GMA-7 is airing another version of “Impostora,” 10 years after the original.
The network made clear the title may be the same but the story and characters are all different.
Show director Albert Langitan explained the new “Impostora” contains emotional hooks that would glue viewers from beginning to end, the same characteristic that made its predecessor a great success.
Langitan didn’t watch the previous series.
“Ang pinanggagalingan ko lang po ngayon itong ‘Impostora’ na ginagawa ko ngayon. Base po sa kwento, base po sa effort at acting na binibigay lahat ng mga artistang gumaganap dito masasabi ko po na ang ‘Impostora’ ngayon mamahalin siya ng viewers because it’s very relatable. It will certainly satisfy the palate of our viewers,” he added.
Leading the cast is 28-year old Kris Bernal who plays three roles in the series. She plays the ordinary Nimfa who after cosmetic surgery becomes Rosette an impostor of the real Rosette. The latter character is a cheating wife to his husband Homer played by Rafael Rosell.
“Hindi madaling gumanap sa dalawang roles, much more three,” said Albert of Kris. “Minsan nararamdaman ko emotionally nauubusan siya pero sa kabila po nun, siguro dahil may malasakit siya talaga sa show at may suporta siyang natatanggap mula sa kapwa niya artista, naibibigay po niya ng tama at minsan sobra pa ‘yung effort na nakikita ko.”
As for Kris, she is thankful GMA 7 entrusted her with the roles.
“Maraming mga bagong artista ngayon kaya nakakataba ng puso na ako pa rin ang pinili nila,” expressed Kris.
Behind “Impostora” is the creative team composed of Creative Director Roy Iglesias; Creative block head and concept creator RJ Nuevas; and Headwriter Denoy Punio.
The program is another original creation of the GMA Drama group under the supervision of Senior Vice President for Entertainment TV Lilybeth G. Rasonable; Vice President for Drama Redgie Acuña-Magno; Assistant Vice President for Drama Cheryl Ching-Sy; and Program Manager Anthony Pastorpide.
“Impostora” airs June 19 on GMA Afternoon Prime.
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