Kokey at Ako

Kokey at Ako
Genre Comedy, Drama, Fantasy
Created by Rondel P. Lindayag
Developed by Laurenti M. Dyogi
Directed by Wenn V. Deramas
Starring Toni Gonzaga
Vhong Navarro
Opening theme "Kokey @ Ako" by Toni Gonzaga, Vhong Navarro, Melai Cantiveros and Jason Francisco
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Filipino, Tagalog, English
No. of episodes 55
Running time 30 minutes
Original network ABS-CBN
Original release September 20 (2010-09-20) – December 3, 2010 (2010-12-03)
Preceded by Momay
Related shows Kokey
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Kokey at Ako (stylized as Kokey @ Ako, lit. Kokey and I) is a Filipino comedy-fantasy primetime series which aired on ABS-CBN from September 20, 2010 to December 3, 2010. The series is the sequel to the 2007 series, Kokey. It stars Toni Gonzaga and Vhong Navarro.[1]

Plot summary

The series will follow the alien Kokey and the human reporter Jackie as they work to reunite with their families while the aliens from Planet Kukurikabu plot to exterminate mankind.

Cast and characters


Main cast

Supporting cast

Extended cast

Special participation



  • as Bruce Kho Reyes[2] - Bruce used to be the boy who fell in love with the little rich girl with no memory. He is Jackie’s best friend, confidante and companion in the search for her missing parents. The hard work and sacrifices he made paid off when his one great love accepted his proposal to be his wife. One day before the wedding, Bruce accepts a news coverage that leads to an unfortunate accident of stellar proportions.Bruce seems to Get Mad at Bam-Bam (Toribia's Daughter) and Helping Jackie and Josa as Bam-Bam Teases Them. Bam-Bam is Kiray.
  • as Belat - See: Belat





Kokey at Ako was postponed three times before it was given an official premiere date. It was originally announced as one of the ABS-CBN's offering for the 60th Celebration of Filipino Soap Opera (Ika-60 taon ng Pinoy Soap Opera), during the ABS-CBN Trade Launch for the first quarter of 2010, entitled Bagong Simula (New Beginning).[5]

However, it was postponed and was launched again as one of the ABS-CBN's offerings for the second quarter of 2010, during the ABS-CBN Trade Launch and was announced during the Kapamilya Trade Launch held in Boracay.[5]

The show was later announced as half-term show line-up by ABS-CBN as part of the 60th Anniversary of Philippines Television and was presented as the station's ID for the rainy season in the Philippines.[6] The trailer premiered on June 26, 2010 on its official website.[7]

See also


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