New drama ‘Los Bastardos’ to hit television soon — ABS-CBN | Inquirer Entertainment

New drama ‘Los Bastardos’ to hit television soon — ABS-CBN

By: - Entertainment Correspondent
/ 11:37 AM September 01, 2018

“Los Bastardos” cast. Image:Instagram/@rsbdramaunit

Another afternoon delight will come to television with the upcoming launch of a new drama series titled “Los Bastardos.”

Presented by Ruel S. Bayani drama unit, the show will be another offering of the Precious Hearts Romances (PHR) franchise that will be aired on ABS-CBN Channel 2.

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Los Bastardos cast will include Ronaldo Valdez, Jake Cuneca, Diego Loyzaga, Albie Casino, Marco Gumabao, Pinky Amador, and Jeffrey Santos among others.

“Los Bastardos” cast. Image:Instagram/@rsbdramaunit

Recently, they all met up for a story conference on the forthcoming television drama.

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RSB drama unit is also the same production that handled the hit afternoon drama-revenge series “Wildflower” as well as the current PHR series “Araw-Gabi,” which serves as the television comeback of award-winning actor JM de Guzman.  /kga

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