"Mga Nagbabagang Bulaklak" is TV5's second teledrama offering. It is said to be provocative - an exceptional mixture of glamour, temptation and passion that introduces and gives the biggest break to two of TV5’s new primetime princesses, Arci Muñoz (Dahlia) and Ritz Azul (Daisy).
In her first assignment on the bustling channel, Sheryl Cruz plays Rosal, the mother of Dahlia and Daisy, who is a former dancer and apprehensive of her daughters' involvement in show business. She knows all too well the prevalent temptations and dangers of the industry. She started it all, thus her daughters Dahlia and Daisy repeat the history of Rosal as the story unfolds! Dahlia and Daisy Flores, two sisters who get enmeshed in the complicated and controversial world of show business in their pursuit of their dream to become successful dancers/actors.
“Mga Nagbabagang Bulaklak” offers viewers another inside look at showbiz, Philippine style. It does so as if we’ve never had enough of showbiz news coming out of our ears day in and day out. Of interest to industry watchers are the characters played by the so-called power players. Whose roles, drawn from real life, are they playing?
There’s the TV executive Mr. A. played by Richard Gomez, who comes back to the teleserye grind through this production. He’s married to Ms. O, played by Ruffa Gutierrez, also a TV executive who hides a scheming heart behind a sweet façade.
And who is the inspiration behind the character played by Phillip Salvador, Mr. D in the dramaserye, the owner of ETVN, the TV network that could make or break a star?
Valerie Concepcion is the reigning dance diva, perpetually insecure, afraid that her throne shall be snatched away from her by younger dancers with bigger dreams than her. She carries on an affair with the network bosses, reportedly bites Richard Gomez’s lips during a kissing scene, and makes life difficult for dancer wannabe’s. Valerie’s love scenes with Gomez are hot.
Aside from the aforementioned actors, the new series also stars James Blanco, Jay Aquitania, Carla Humphries, Victor Basa, Allan Paule, Jean Saburit, Mel Martinez and former “Wowowee” dancers Milagring, Luningning, and Mariposa.
“Mga Nagbabagang Bulaklak” is directed by Jon Red and airs on TV5 Weeknights.
Watch the latest episode of Nagbabagang Bulaklak on WatchPhilippines.tv!