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GMA Pinoy TV offers ‘Unica Hija,’ ‘Flower Sisters,’ and more exceptional shows this November!

Whether you grew up an only child or with siblings, Kapuso viewers abroad can continue to enjoy watching GMA Pinoy TV as the flagship GMA international channel offers new exceptional shows and line-up of movies this November!

Beginning November 7, catch “Unica Hija” – GMA’s newest drama-sci-fi program, which revolves around the first human clone by a scientist, played by Alfred Vargas, who used his own daughter to bring her back into their lives. Kapuso star Kate Valdez returns to the small screen where she plays a dual role for the first time as the human clone through genetic engineering. Viewers should also watch the fresh pair-up of Kate and Kelvin Miranda.

Joining the cast of “Unica Hija” are Katrina Halili and Mark Herras, with Boboy Garovillo, Maricar De Mesa, Bernard Palanca, Maybelyn Dela Cruz, and Biboy Ramirez. Also completing the cast are Sparkle talents Faith Da Silva, Athena Madrid, and Jennie Gabriel, as well as former child actor Jemwell Ventenilla.

Meanwhile, a new and intensely exciting story unravels in the third installment of GMA Network and Regal Entertainment’s hit primetime series ‘Mano Po Legacy’ with the launch of ‘The Flower Sisters.’ This latest dramatic soap follows the contentious story of the four Chua sisters as they wrestle with wealth, power, and opportunities that lie ahead of them. The sisters grapple with their own dilemmas and difficulties involving their personal lives.

‘Mano Po Legacy: The Flower Sisters’ boasts of an all-star and powerhouse cast, top-billed by four of the country’s sought-after and in-demand actresses: Aiko Melendez as Lily, Thea Tolentino as Dahlia, Angel Guardian as Iris, and Beauty Gonzalez as Violet.

In addition, Canadian TV show “Make It Happen with The Design Proposal” also recently began airing on GMA Pinoy TV. Hosted by Filipino-Canadian Interior Designer Danilo Baluyot, the 30-minute program is dedicated to sharing and finding ways to improve homes from interior design, construction, and renovation.

Viewers abroad should also catch this month’s ‘November Indie Fest’ on Pinoy Indie sa GMA Pinoy TV every weekend beginning November 5.

“Lila” is a story of a young woman running from her past and moves into the house of a warmhearted landlady where she finds a diary that leads her to a malevolent turn of events from a dark past not entirely her own. The suspense film features Janine Gutierrez and Enchong Dee.

“Instalado” is social science fiction set in a farming village wherein rather than pay for education, people can have knowledge directly installed into their brains. Believing that this is his only way out of poverty, Victor (McCoy de Leon) decided to abandon his life as a farmer and work as a housekeeper to raise money for the installation.

Catch Judy Ann Santos, Iza Calzado, and Agot Isidro in the drama “Mga Mumunting Lihim.” Mariel, a homemaker who died of cancer, left a box full of her diaries over the years to her best friend Carly, an advertising executive. Sandra and Olive warned her not to read them, but she couldn’t resist knowing what Mariel had written. Soon, all the hidden stories started to ruin their friendship.

And on November 26, an old unmarried couple broke the monotony of their daily lives when the woman’s estranged husband reached out to them, seeking reconciliation and forgiveness in “Kung Paano Hinintay Ang Dapithapon” starring Perla Bautista, Dante Rivero, and Menchie Cobarrubias.

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