|Created by||Television and Production Exponents (TAPE) Inc.|
|Directed by||Herman Escueta|
|Theme music composer||Joey de Leon|
|Opening theme||"Mia Gracia" by The Fire|
|Country of origin||Philippines|
|Original language(s)||Filipino, English|
|No. of episodes||263 episodes|
Antonio P. Tuviera |
|Running time||30 minutes|
|Original network||GMA Network|
|Picture format||480i SDTV|
|Original release||August 12, 1996 – August 15, 1997|
|Followed by||Del Tierro|
Mia Gracia is a Philippine drama television series produced by TAPE Inc. and aired over GMA Network. The series featured Eat Bulaga!'s "number girl" Jessica "Gracia" Cortez (Samantha Lopez in real life). This drama revolves around twin sisters Mia and Gracia and their complicated lives and loves. It aired from August 12, 1996 to August 15, 1997.
Mia and Gracia are twin sisters who were separated at birth and have completely different personalities. Gracia is a kind and sweet young woman who lives in poverty with her agonizing father while Mia is an arrogant, high-class young lady who has never experienced any hardships in her life. Their paths cross and ended up competing for the heart of one handsome guy—Troy, the man they both love.
Is blood thicker than water, even when it comes to love? Who's gonna win this game called love?
- Jessica "Gracia" Cortez as Gracia Paraiso/Mia Perdon
- Alvin Anson as Troy
- Raffy Rodriguez as Paeng
- Joanne Pascual as Joan
- Mikee Villanueva as Leah
- Iwi Nicolas as Mica
- Brando Legaspi as Alex
- Zenie Zabala
- Gary Estrada
- Anita Linda
- Glenda Garcia
- This series was inspired by Mexican Telenovela trend and the network called it "Pinoy Telenovela".