Click was a Philippine television drama series broadcast by GMA Network. It aired from December 4, 1999 to July 24, 2004. The show revolves around a clique of friends with unique personalities facing the challenges of being a teenager. They battle against pains, struggles, challenges and discoveries of teenage life.
The show earned “Best Youth Oriented Show, PMPC Star Awards for Television” in 2002, 2003 and 2004, “Best Youth Drama Program, Catholic Mass Media Awards” in 2002 and “Anak TV Seal Award Winner” in 2003 and 2004. The show jump-started the careers of these celebrities:
ROXANNE BARCELO as Toni
She is now cast in Wildflower as the secondary antagonist, “Nathalie Alcantara.”
JAMES BLANCO as Anton
Best New Male Personality Winner, PMPC Star Awards for TV 2000
He now has a wife whose a New Zealand native and three kids; one daughter and two sons.
ANGELIKA DELA CRUZ as Oli
She is now a wife to Orion Caesario and has two children. She is cast in “Ika-6 na Utos” as Geneva Takashi.
ALESSANDRA DE ROSSI as Ian
Her most recent and most notable role as an actress was Lea in the movie, “Kita kita.”
DANICA SOTTO as Kara
She is now a wife to Marc Pingris and a mother to Michel and Caela.
ANTOINETTE TAUS as Allie
She left the Philippines and stayed in Los Angeles to pursue American show business. Now, she came back to resume her career.
CHYNNA ORTALEZA as Mimi
She is now marries to Kean Cipriano and they have one daughter, Stellar, together.
WOWIE DE GUZMAN as Hector
He was cast as one of the warriors to protect Malia in “La Lune Sangre.” He was married to Sheryl Ann Reyes. They have a daughter together but unfotunately, she died after a month of giving birth.
WENDELL RAMOS as Ben
He is currently cast as Raul Torillo in “Wildflower.” He is married, has one son and one daughter.
RICHARD GUITERREZ as Enzo & ANGEL LOCSIN as Charley
They used to be a love team but now they are both cast in “La Luna Sangre.” Guiterrez as the Supremo and Locsin as the hybrid vampire and werewolf, Lady in Red. Guiterrez is now engaged to Sarah Lahbati. They already have a son, Zion and expecting another baby boy.
KAREN DELOS REYES as Weng
She just gave to a baby boy in October 2017. Her most recent role was in “Sakaling Hindi Makarating” with Alessandra de Rossi.
JAKE CUENCA as Tryke
He will be the new ‘Lizardo,’ the mortal enemy of Flavio in “Ang Panday.”
IYA VILLANIA – ARELLANO as Sydney and DREW ARELLANO as Gilbert
They were both cast in the show but now they are happily married and have a son named, Primo.
JENNYLYN MERCADO as Carol
Her most recent role is in the TV series, “Dear Uge” as Cynthia. She is now a proud mother of Alex Jazz.
MARK HERRAS as Migs
His most recent role was in a TV series, “Dear Uge” as Nestor.
YASMIEN KURDI as Leilani
BIANCA KING as Marnie
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In this generation of the social media and the internet taking most of our free time, TV shows are still dominating the entertainment scene specially for a developing country like the Philippines where there are still a lot of people who do not have internet access at home.
Specially for the older generation, TV is still their entertainment staple. There have been a lot of shows that have come and gone for different reasons. Some were expected to be taken off the air while the others were surprisingly canceled even though they were top rating. Let’s take a look back at some of our favorite Philippine TV shows that were laid to rest.
Here’s our first list of shows that were canceled on Philippine television.
SOP or Sobrang Okay Pare was GMA 7’s attempt to at least match the show that overthrew GMA Supershow, ASAP (A Sunday Afternoon Party). Alas! Even with its reformatting, it still failed to beat ASAP. Its last episode was aired on February 28, 2010 after 13 years of airing on TV.
The youth oriented show on GMA 7 that replaced the legendary T.G.I.S, Click was cancelled after 5 years because GMA failed to revive the show after the absence of Valerie Concepcion due to her pregnancy.
3. The Buzz
The Buzz, one of the longest running talk shows on Philippine TV just recently said goodbye last April 5, 2015. Boy Abunda said during their final episode, “The world has changed. We need to take a few steps backward to check where we are right now.” It was actually a smart move for the show after 16 years of being on air. We just wonder which show will replace “The Buzz”.