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Valiente returns this Monday on TV5 primetime

MANILA, Philippines – TV5 brings back the classic Pinoy masterpiece that got the whole nation hooked for five years two decades ago. 

Valiente, the most successful dramaserye shown in Philippine history, will find its way back to the hearts of every Filipino as it makes a grand comeback on TV5 primetime starting this Monday, February 13.

Valiente is a story about love, hatred, vengeance and friendship that is sure to capture the hearts of Filipinos of today’s generation.

The most awaited Valiente comeback begins with a grand celebration that reunited the whole community of San Rafael. Two different worlds collide as Theo Braganza (Oyo Sotto) and Gardo Valiente (JC De Vera) prove that social class is not a hindrance for a strong friendship. The pilot week will also introduce the love triangle among Gardo and the Braganza sisters, Maila (Nadine Samonte) and Leona (Niña Jose).

The friendship between Don Armando (Mark Gil) and Damian Valiente (Michael de Mesa) is greatly contrasted by the forming contention between Donya Trining (Jaclyn Jose) and Luming (Gina Alajar).

Continue the legacy of pure Filipino drama with Valiente, airing weeknights starting February 13 right after Wil Time Bigtime on TV5.

 

 

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