Bridges of Love

Bridges of Love
Genre Romance, Melodrama, Suspense
Created by Henry King Quitain
Developed by Malou N. Santos
Des M. de Guzman
Written by G3 San Diego[1]
Enrique S. Villasis
Mary Pearl Urtola
BJ Lingan
Directed by Richard V. Somes
Dado C. Lumibao
Will Fredo
Richard I. Arellano
Creative director(s) Johnny delos Santos
Starring Maja Salvador
Jericho Rosales
Paulo Avelino
Opening theme Pusong Ligaw
by Michael Pangilinan
Composer(s) Jericho Rosales
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Filipino
No. of episodes 103
Executive producer(s) Kristine P. Sioson
Producer(s) Myleen H. Ongkiko
Location(s) Philippines
Saudi Arabia
Editor(s) Bernie Diasanta
Rommel Malimban
Alexces Megan Abarquez
Frances Aileen del Carmen-Guiang
Froilan Francia
Running time 30-45 minutes
Production company(s) Star Creatives
Original network ABS-CBN
Picture format 480i SDTV
Original release March 16 (2015-03-16) – August 7, 2015 (2015-08-07)
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Bridges of Love is a 2015 Philippine soap opera television series directed by Richard V. Somes and Will Fredo, starring Jericho Rosales, Paulo Avelino and Maja Salvador.[2][3][4][5] The series was aired on ABS-CBN and worldwide on The Filipino Channel from March 16, 2015 to August 7, 2015, replacing Two Wives.


The story shares the tale of two brothers, Gael and Carlos, who were bound by their promise to each other, but separated by an unfortunate tragedy with guilt and hatred. They will be bridged together by love embodied by the same lady-of-interest — Mia, who was Gael's greatest love, and the woman who completed Carlos' broken heart.


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Dubbed as "a story like no other", Bridges of Love is a soap opera directed by Dado Lumibao of the critically acclaimed melodrama, The Legal Wife, and Richard Somes of the highly successful horror-fantasy drama, Imortal. It is written by G3 San Diego from Magkaribal, and head writer Benjamin Lingan from Apoy Sa Dagat. Filming of the series began in September 12, 2014.[6]

During commercial gap of the romantic-comedy series, Forevermore, the teaser released on February 18, 2015,[7] and the full trailer premiered on February 25, 2015.


Prior to its unveiling, the soap opera made headlines because of changes in its casting. John Lloyd Cruz was originally part of the main cast,[8][9] who at the time could not commit as he had yet to renew his contract with ABS-CBN. Cruz was later replaced by Xian Lim, but was eventually reassigned by management to co-star anew with Kim Chiu for a third series together. On January 10, 2015, Lim was officially replaced by Paulo Avelino.[10]

The series marks the reunion of Rosales and Salvador, who previously starred together as husband and mistress respectively in The Legal Wife in 2014. It is also the first team-up of Rosales, Avelino and Salvador as previous Gawad Urian awardees. Meanwhile, the soap opera is Edu Manzano and Antoinette Taus' comeback project as returning Kapamilya stars.


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Awards and Recognitions

Year Award Category Recipient Result
2015 1st GIC Innovative Awards for TV Most Innovative TV Actor 2015 Paulo Avelino Won
PMPC Star Awards for Television Best Primetime Drama Series Bridges of Love Won
Best Drama Actress Maja Salvador Won
Best Drama Actor Paulo Avelino Nominated
Golden Screen TV Awards Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Drama Program Maja Salvador Nominated
HAU's Paragala Central Luzon Media Awards Best Actress in a TV Series Maja Salvador Won
2016 14th Gawad Tanglaw Award 2016 Best Drama Actor Paulo Avelino Won
44th International Emmy Awards International Emmy Award for best telenovela Bridges of Love Nominated

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