Margarita (TV series)


Showtime Na!
Genre Drama
Created by ABS-CBN
Directed by Erick Salud
Trina Dayrit
F.M. Reyes
Starring Wendy Valdez
Diether Ocampo
Bruce Quebral
(see cast)
Ending theme "Araw-Araw Gabi-Gabi"
by Wendy Valdez
Country of origin Philippines
No. of episodes 40
Executive producer(s) Rocky Ubana
Running time 30 minutes
Original network ABS-CBN
Original release July 30 (2007-07-30) – September 21, 2007 (2007-09-21)
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Margarita is a 2007 Philippine drama starring Wendy Valdez of Pinoy Big Brother: Season 2. First announced by Valdez in a guest appearance on The Buzz, the series was promoted as "the most controversial and boldest TV series." It aired on ABS-CBN's Primetime Bida slot at 6 PM.

Margarita is a story of young woman who, in her desire to give her family the best life she can imagine, ends up working as a showgirl. She gets paid by giving entertainment and enticing the fantasies of many men. But deep inside, Margarita dreams of a better life and longs for happiness and true love.

The series ended with an incomplete storyline on September 21, 2007, having lasted less than two months on the air.


Margarita (Wendy Valdez) is a tough woman who, at a young age, experienced several difficulties in life. She was just a little girl when her father (Dick Israel) left their mother (Rio Locsin) for another woman (Elizabeth Oropesa). As the eldest in the family, Margarita shouldered the responsibility of being the breadwinner. She only has her childhood friend, Rodrigo (Bruce Quebral) by her side as she struggles through life's difficulties. Along the way, Margarita will meet Bernard (Diether Ocampo), a rich and influential man who will eventually fall in love with her. Margarita will later find herself torn not only between these two men, but also between her dream of happiness and her desire of revenge.


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