Stories of love, hope, mystery in ‘MMK’ this October

posted September 30, 2021 at 08:15 pm
by  Manila Standard Showbiz
The longest drama anthology in Asia, MMK, is featuring Jeremiah Lisbo, Lotlot de Leon, Miles Ocampo, Michelle Vito, Kim Chiu, Bela Padilla, and Zanjoe Marudo in its episodes this October.

Rising star Jeremiah Lisbo returns in an 'MMK' episode that features the life story of a former PBB housemate. 
For its October lineup, its opening salvo is the life story of ex-PBB housemate Ralph Malibunas.

All his life, Ralph (Jeremiah) wanted to be an actor and to be a housemate of Kuya to make his OFW mother, Grace (Lotlot), proud. But luck was not on his side as he fell short in the “PBB” auditions twice. Watch how he was able to make it on his third try tomorrow, Oct. 2.   

Viewers will see a different kind of love between flight attendants and YouTube content creators, Tanch Lobete (Michelle) and Sarah Garcia (Miles), on Oct. 23. Amidst the different perceptions of people, Tanch and Sarah will attest that two women can find love in each other, and they can find comfort and security between each other.   

Apart from the fresh episodes, viewers will have the chance to relive the eerie stories of Kim and Bela, perfect for the Halloween season. Relive Kim’s episode on Oct. 8 and Bella’s on Oct. 16.

On Oct. 30, Kapamilyas can re-watch the story of a father who tried his best to provide for his family but got tricked by the people he helped before. The episode stars Zanjoe.    

MMK airs on Kapamilya Channel and A2Z, Kapamilya Online Live on ABS-CBN Entertainment’s YouTube channel and Facebook page, and iWantTFC. For viewers outside of the Philippines, catch it on The Filipino Channel on cable and IPTV.

 

Topics: Jeremiah Lisbo , Lotlot de Leon , Miles Ocampo , Michelle Vito , Kim Chiu , Bela Padilla , Zanjoe Marudo , Ralph Malibunas , MMK
COMMENT DISCLAIMER: Reader comments posted on this Web site are not in any way endorsed by The Standard. Comments are views by thestandard.ph readers who exercise their right to free expression and they do not necessarily represent or reflect the position or viewpoint of thestandard.ph. While reserving this publication’s right to delete comments that are deemed offensive, indecent or inconsistent with The Standard editorial standards, The Standard may not be held liable for any false information posted by readers in this comments section.