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Amaya
Genre
Created bySuzette Doctolero
Written by
Directed byMac Alejandre
StarringMarian Rivera
Theme music composerVon de Guzman
Opening theme'Amaya' by Von de Guzman
Country of originPhilippines
Original language(s)
  • Tagalog
  • Cebuano
  • Malay
No. of episodes165
Production
Executive producer(s)
Production location(s)
  • Pangasinan, Philippines
  • Bataan, Philippines
  • Batangas, Philippines
  • Bulacan, Philippines
Editor(s)Tara Illenberger
Camera setupMultiple-camera setup
Running time21–37 minutes
Production company(s)GMA Entertainment TV
Release
Original networkGMA Network
Picture format480i (SDTV)
Original releaseMay 30, 2011 –
January 13, 2012
External links
Website

Amaya is a Philippine television dramaperiod series broadcast by GMA Network. Directed by Mac Alejandre, it stars Marian Rivera in the title role. The series is set in the pre-colonial period of the 1500s. It premiered on May 30, 2011 on the network's Telebabad line up replacing I Heart You, Pare!. The series concluded on January 13, 2012 with a total of 165 episodes. It was replaced by Legacy in its timeslot.

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The series is streaming online on YouTube.[1]

Premise[edit]

Amaya, born in the reign of Rajah Mangubat and as the daughter Datu Bugna, she is a 'binukot' - a hidden princess and can't step on ground. Born with a twin snake, a secret hidden by his father to keep her away from danger. Due to having a twin snake, her destiny is to become the savior of her land against Rajah Mangubat.[2]

Cast and characters[edit]

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Marian Rivera portrays Amaya.
Glaiza de Castro portrays Binayaan
Main cast
  • Marian Rivera as Bai Amaya
  • Sid Lucero as Bagani
  • Mikael Daez as Lumad
  • Gina Alajar as Dian Lamitan
Supporting cast
  • Lani Mercado as Dal'lang
  • Gardo Versoza as Rajah Mangubat
  • Raymond Bagatsing as Datu Bugna
  • Glaiza de Castro as Bai Binayaan/Yang Tersayang
  • Ryan Eigenmann as Angaway
  • Rochelle Pangilinan as Bai Marikit
  • Irma Adlawan as Bai Mantal
  • Ana Capri as Agang
  • Roy Alvarez as Awi
  • Ayen Munji-Laurel as Hara Lingayan
  • Buboy Villar as Banuk
  • Sheena Halili as Ahak
  • Roxanne Barcelo as Kayang
  • Mon Confiado as Songil
  • AJ Dee as Paratawag
  • Robert Sy as Paragahin
  • Mia Pangyarihan as Silay
  • Ana Feleo as Bayang
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Recurring cast
  • Angie Ferro as Uray Hilway
  • Maybelline dela Cruz as Baylan Asinas
  • Diana Zubiri as Kapid
  • Dion Ignacio as Kuling
Guest cast
  • Abby Bautista as Alunsina
  • Yasmien Kurdi as Apila
  • Ronnie Lazaro as Posaka
  • Daniel Fernando as Atubang
  • Dingdong Dantes as Ferdinand Magellan
  • Juan Rodrigo as Datu Pulahan
  • Leopoldo Wendell Salgado as Banu
  • Edgar Manuel as Waba
  • Jan Manual as Usbog
  • Tanya Garcia as Pandaki
  • Aubrey Miles as Magwayen
  • Pancho Magno as Agul
  • Edelweiss Tuzon as young Amaya
  • Byron Ortile as young Bagani
  • Carlo Lacana as teen Bagani
  • Francis Magundayao as teen Angaway
  • Aljur Abrenica as Dayaw
  • Rocco Nacino as adult Banuk
  • Kris Bernal as adult Alunsina
  • Kate Velarde as young Marikit
  • Francheska Salcedo as young Binayaan
  • Julian Trono as young Rajah Mangubat

Production[edit]

The plot of the series, which involved pre-colonial setting, urged the producers to build sets on various locations such as Pagsanjan in Laguna, Bolinao, Pangasinan, and Bagac, Bataan. The scope of the series would require the filming of the integral scenes on-location as opposed to what the producers have done for Encantadia (a television series) a previous high fantasy production which was shot mostly in soundstages. However, to avoid the need for the reconstruction of some of the sets as the on-location shoots are usually ravaged by storms, and also to lessen maintenance cost as well as for the production to avoid acoustic issues by shooting in a controlled environment, they also used the network's temporary soundstages at Marilao, Bulacan for most of the indoor scenes.

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The production gave much attention to details with regards to the recreation of historical elements vital to the show's production design. Guided by the academe, they attempted to recreate ancient elements of early Filipino culture from the architecture, to fashion, weaponry and jewelry. Jewels were made in cooperation with the jewellers of Meycauayan. Some textile used in making the costumes were imported from various Southeast Asian countries.

The production also built an ancient warship known as Karakoa. It was made from an existing hull of a modern boat and was redesigned to fit the ancient descriptions of the legendary warship. The production spent more or less Php 2 million for a single unit of Karakoa.

Before the series started, a one-hour primer titled Amaya: The Making of An Epic was aired on May 28, 2011. The show was hosted by Cesar Montano and Miguel Tanfelix, it presented behind the scenes of Amaya from the brainstorming of the management including interviews from Jun Lana and Doctolero, the creative minds behind the story with the guidance of historians from the University of the Philippines.[3]

In September 2011, Aljur Abrenica, Ronnie Lazaro and Yasmien Kurdi joined the series.[4][5][6]

Accolades[edit]

Accolades received by Amaya
YearAwardRecipientCategoryResultRef.
2011Anak TV Seal AwardsAmayaTop 10 Most Favorite TV ProgramsIncluded[7]
Golden Screen TV AwardsOutstanding Original Drama SeriesWon[8]
Marian RiveraOutstanding Actress in a Drama SeriesNominated[9]
Sid LuceroOutstanding Actor in a Drama SeriesNominated
Gina AlajarOutstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama SeriesWon[8]
Lani MercadoNominated[9]
Irma AdlawanNominated
Gardo VersozaOutstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama SeriesNominated
Mikael DaezOutstanding Breakthrough Performance by an ActorNominated
GMA's Trending 2011AmayaShowbiz and the ArtsRank 3[10]
Google ZeitgeistTop 10 Most Searched TV ProgramsRank 9[11]
K-Zone AwardsTV Show of the YearWon[12]
Marian RiveraFavorite Actress of the YearWon
2012NwSSU Annual AwardsAmayaBest Primetime TeleseryeWon[13]
Marian RiveraBest Actress in a Primetime TeleseryeWon
26th PMPC Star Awards for TelevisionAmayaBest Drama SeriesWon[14]
Rochelle PangilinanBest Drama ActressNominated[15]
2013Golden Screen TV AwardsAmayaOutstanding Original Drama SeriesNominated[16]
Marian RiveraOutstanding Actress in a Drama SeriesWon[17]
Gina AlajarOutstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama SeriesNominated[16]
NwSSU Annual AwardsMarian RiveraBest Actress in a Primetime TeleseryeWon[18]
  • National Historical Commission of the Philippines and Department of Education

Amaya is promoted by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines and Department of Education due to its cultural concept that shows and depicts the Filipino material culture, beliefs, traditions and mores in the Pre-Hispanic era. It also teaches the history of the Philippines by means of epics and legends passed as oral literature through generations. The show's creators relied heavily on classic Philippine history reference materials such as the Boxer Codex, an early pictographic account of Filipino culture and physical appearances around the time the Spaniards began colonizing the islands. Historical references include the names of the characters in the series, such as Alunsina, from the epics Hinilawod and the Labaw Donggon.[19]

  • Meycauayan Jewelry Industry Association, Inc.

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Amaya was recognized by the Meycauayan Jewelry Industry Association, Inc., an organization composed of 135 jewellers in Meycauayan, Bulacan, for the promotion of the country's rich jewelry-making heritage. Apart from Filipino customs and traditions, the series also features native costumes and jewelry patterned after the popular designs of the era. Most of the jewelries in the series were crafted by jewellers from Meycauayan, Bulacan.[20]

Ratings[edit]

According to AGB Nielsen Philippines' Mega Manila household television ratings, the pilot episode of Amaya earned a 26.2% rating.[21] While the final episode scored a 32.7% rating.[22]

References[edit]

  1. ^'Amaya (Full Episodes) - YouTube'. Retrieved February 16, 2018.
  2. ^'Amaya'. Retrieved April 5, 2018.
  3. ^'GMA presents 'THE MAKING OF AN EPIC: A closer look behind the saga of AMAYA''. GMANetwork.com. GMA Network. May 27, 2011. Retrieved April 6, 2016.
  4. ^Nitz Miralles (September 9, 2011). 'New host to join popular show Showbiz'. Journal.com.ph. Archived from the original on April 7, 2012. Retrieved April 5, 2012.
  5. ^'www.abante-tonite.com'. Abante Tonite. Archived from the original on May 11, 2012. Retrieved April 5, 2012.
  6. ^'Amaya enters second book; Aljur Abrenica, Yasmien Kurdi and Ronnie Lazaro join the cast PEP.ph: The Number One Site for Philippine Showbiz'. PEP.ph. Retrieved April 5, 2012.
  7. ^'Anak TV Seal gives stamp of approval to TV shows, personalities'. adobomagazine.com. Adobo Magazine. Archived from the original on April 17, 2016. Retrieved April 7, 2016.
  8. ^ abSantiago, Erwin (November 30, 2011). 'GMA-7 dominates 8th Golden Screen TV Awards; Amaya and Mara Clara win outstanding drama series'. PEP.ph. Philippine Entertainment Portal. Retrieved April 7, 2016.
  9. ^ abCalderon, Ricky (October 29, 2011). 'Golden Screen TV Awards nominees bared'. PEP.ph. Philippine Entertainment Portal. Retrieved April 7, 2016.
  10. ^'The year's biggest newsmakers on 'Trending 2011,' airing Saturday, Dec. 31'. GMA News Online. December 27, 2011. Retrieved April 7, 2016.
  11. ^'Google Zeitgeist 2011'. googlezeitgeist.com. Google. Archived from the original on April 20, 2016. Retrieved April 7, 2016.
  12. ^'Amaya'. entervrexworld.com. EnterVrexWorld. April 28, 2011. Retrieved April 7, 2016.
  13. ^'Mga programa ng GMA, wagi sa Northwest Samar State University Annual Awards'. GMANetwork.com. GMA News Online. March 9, 2012. Retrieved April 7, 2016.
  14. ^Castalone, Allan (November 19, 2012). 'PMPC Star Awards for TV 2012 Winners'. mukamo.com. Mukamo Philippines. Archived from the original on April 22, 2016. Retrieved April 7, 2016.
  15. ^'PMPC bares nominees for 26th Star Awards for TV'. PEP.ph. Philippine Entertainment Portal. September 26, 2012. Retrieved April 7, 2016.
  16. ^ abCalderon, Ricky (February 1, 2013). 'Golden Screen TV Awards nominees bared'. PEP.ph. Philippine Entertainment Portal. Retrieved April 7, 2016.
  17. ^'Winners: 2013 Golden Screen TV Awards'. rappler.com. Rappler. March 2, 2013. Retrieved April 7, 2016.
  18. ^'GMA-7, big winner sa 4th Northwest Samar State University Students Choice Awards'. GMANetwork.com. GMA Network. March 12, 2013. Retrieved April 7, 2016.
  19. ^'14 of the greatest achievements of GMA Network and its stars'. GMANetwork.com. GMA Network. July 3, 2015. Retrieved April 7, 2016.
  20. ^Gonzales, Rommel (October 29, 2011). 'Amaya and Philippine Treasures recognized for showcasing Philippine jewelry heritage'. PEP.ph. Philippine Entertainment Portal. Retrieved May 12, 2012.
  21. ^Santiago, Erwin (May 31, 2011). 'AGB Nielsen Mega Manila People & Household Ratings (May 27–30): Amaya begins its epic journey; Mara Clara still leads primetime'. PEP.ph. Philippine Entertainment Portal. Retrieved April 10, 2016.
  22. ^Santiago, Erwin (January 17, 2012). 'AGB Nielsen Mega Manila People & Household Ratings (Jan. 13-16): Amaya ends on top; Walang Hanggan and Legacy debut strongly'. Retrieved March 2, 2018.

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External links[edit]

  • Amaya on IMDb

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