Angelito: Ang Bagong Yugto

Angelito: Ang Bagong Yugto
Genre Drama
Written by Carmela Abaygar
Mary Rose Colindres
Kay Conlu-Brondial
Margaret Labrador
Jurey Mirafuentes
Ruel Montañez
Directed by Theodore C. Boborol
Neal Felix Del Rosario
Starring JM De Guzman
Charee Pineda
Kaye Abad
John Prats
Devon Seron
Sam Concepcion
Opening theme "Ika'y Mahal Pa Rin" by Jovit Baldivino
Composer(s) Vehnee Saturno
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Filipino
No. of episodes 110
Executive producer(s) Katrina Juban
Location(s) Philippines
Cinematography Gary Gardoce
Jaime "Nong" Lleno
Editor(s) Alexces Megan Abarquez
Peter Ashely Austria
Joseph Garcia
Gibrad Guifaya
Pamela Kim Katigbak
Michael Mariñas
Roman Rodriguez III
Sheila Tiglao
Running time 30-50 minutes
Monday to Friday at 14:45 PST)
Original network ABS-CBN
Picture format NTSC (480i)
Original release July 16 (2012-07-16) – December 14, 2012 (2012-12-14)
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Angelito: Ang Bagong Yugto (lit. Angelito: The New Chapter) is a 2012 Philippine daytime television drama aired on ABS-CBN and worldwide on The Filipino Channel. It is the sequel of Angelito: Batang Ama. JM De Guzman, Charee Pineda, Kaye Abad, Devon Seron and Sam Concepcion reprise their roles from the prequel. The show introduces a new character played by John Prats, which replaced Matt Evans' character, Rolan, after he is imprisoned at the end of the prequel. Bagong Yugto replaced Mundo Man ay Magunaw from July 16, 2012 to December 14, 2012.[1][2][3]


Angelito and Rosalie finally get married and start raising their son together. However, Jenny, who started a new life in Singapore at the end of the previous season, discovers she is pregnant with Angelito's child. Pledging not to reappear in Angelito's life again, she turns to her childhood friend Raffy for comfort, but circumstances prompt her to return to the Philippines and cross paths with the Santos family once more.


Main cast

Supporting cast

Guest cast

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