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  • After clashing memorably on TV for phenomenal GMA hits En­cantadia (2005) and Impostora (2007),  are back, sharing the screen and each giving memorable per­formances in the new Kapuso se­ries called ALL ABOUT EVE. The series, a Filipino adapta­tion of the popular Korean series, is a riveting story of love, friend­ship, fame, and rivalry brought to life by a fine ensemble of actors in the Philippines – Iza, Sunshine, Richard Gomez, Jean Garcia, Al­fred Vargas, Mark Anthony Fer­nandez, Eric Quizon, Celia Ro­driguez, Keempee de Leon, Ina Raymundo, Gabby Eigenmann, and Eula Valdez.

    iza-calzado-sunshine-dizonALL ABOUT EVE tells of two generations of women turned from friends to rivals because of love and ambition. First, it was Katrina (Jean Garcia) and her best friend Alma (Eula Valdez). Katrina was in love with handsome and wealthy Frederico (Richard Go­mez). But his mother intervened and married him off to Lisa (Ina Raymundo). Frederico and Ka­trina then had an affair, to which Alma strongly opposed.

    Frederico’s wife Lisa dies un­der mysterious circumstances and Katrina was sent to jail for it. While in prison, Katrina gives birth to Erika (Sunshine Dizon), her daughter by Frederico. While Katrina was in jail, Alma, who be­came Frederico’s secretary, falls for Frederico. They get married and Alma gives birth to Nicole (Iza Calzado).Both Nicole and Erika grow up to be smart dream, that of becoming the country’s most famous broadcast journalist. And so, their paths cross and they become fierce ri­vals.

    Their rivalry is not just profes­sional, it’s also personal as they begin competing for the love of two men – Warren (Alfred Var­gas), an aspiring photographer, and rich kid Kenneth (Mark Anthony Fernandez). Will Nicole survive Erika’s re­venge and machinations? Don’t miss the enthralling new series from the Kapuso network – ALL ABOUT EVE – airing Monday to Friday at 7:40pm PDT and 10:40pm EDT only on GMA Pi­noy TV. Call your preferred pay TV operator now to subscribe.

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