Inday Bote

Pablo S. Gomez's Inday Bote
Genre Comedy-drama, Fantasy, Romance
Created by Keiko A. Aquino
Based on Pablo S. Gomez's Inday Bote (Komiks)
Developed by Roldeo T. Endrinal
Julie Anne R. Benitez
Rondel P. Lindayag
Written by Danica Mae S. Domingo
David Franche Diuco
Hazel Karyl A. Madanguit
Robert P. Raz
Directed by Malu L. Sevilla
Jon S. Villarin
Manny Q. Palo
Creative director(s) Johnny delos Santos
Starring Alex Gonzaga
Alonzo Muhlach
Matteo Guidicelli
Kean Cipriano
Opening theme Eh Di Wow! by Vice Ganda
Composer(s) Vice Ganda
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Filipino, English, Japanese
No. of episodes 53
Executive producer(s) Cathy Magdael-Abarrondo
Producer(s) Ethel Manaloto-Espiritu
Location(s) Quezon City
Editor(s) Marion Bautista
Running time 30-45 minutes
Production company(s) Dreamscape Entertainment Television
Original network ABS-CBN
Picture format 480i SDTV 1080p TFC
Original release March 16 (2015-03-16) – May 29, 2015 (2015-05-29)
Preceded by Bagito
Followed by Pasión de Amor
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Pablo S. Gomez's Inday Bote is a 2015 Philippine fantasy comedy-drama television series loosely based on the local comic book of the same title created by Pablo S. Gomez.[1] Directed by Malu Sevilla and Jon Villarin, it is topbilled by Alex Gonzaga, Alonzo Muhlach, Matteo Guidicelli and Kean Cipriano.[2][3][4][5] The series was aired on ABS-CBN and worldwide on The Filipino Channel from March 16, 2015 to May 29, 2015, replacing Bagito.


This is the story of Inday (Alex Gonzaga), a free-spirited young woman who is ready to do everything for her family. Because of her kind heart, Inday is given a magic bottle that, unknown to her, is inhabited by dwarves with magical powers. How will Inday's new friends and the magic bottle change her life? Will they bring her luck or misfortune?


Main cast

Duwende family

Supporting cast

Special participation



Inday Bote ended because of its not so good performance on the ratings, unlike its predecessor Bagito that garnered 27.2% on its pilot episode, Inday Bote got only a low score of 18.4%. So the network decided to cut the story short and end it on May 29, 2016. Making the show's run for only 2 months and 2 weeks with 53 episodes. It was replaced by Pasión de Amor, the Philippine remake of Colombian-based telenovela Pasión de Gavilanes; and only got high in the show's ratings — unlike the mentioned-above's predecessor — during it's eight month run.


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