Encantadia (2005– )

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Pirena, Amihan, Alena and Danaya, the four princesses of Lireo vie for the title of Queen. When The Queen doesn't acknowledge Pirena's victory over the crown, she goes to the Hathors, the enemy kingdom and danger stirs over Encantadia.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Richard Gomez ...
 Raquim
Dawn Zulueta ...
 Inang Reyna / ...
Sunshine Dizon ...
Iza Calzado ...
Karylle ...
Diana Zubiri ...
Dingdong Dantes ...
Jennylyn Mercado ...
 Milagros / ...
Mark Herras ...
 Anthony (2005)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Irma Adlawan ...
 Amanda
Pinky Amador ...
 Carmen
Bobby Andrews ...
 Asval
Antonio Aquitania ...
 Alipato (2005)
Jay Aquitania ...
 Banjo
Alvin Aragon ...
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Pirena, Amihan, Alena and Danaya, the four princesses of Lireo vie for the title of Queen. When The Queen doesn't acknowledge Pirena's victory over the crown, she goes to the Hathors, the enemy kingdom and danger stirs over Encantadia.

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The greatest magic is the power of love.


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In July 2005, according to AGB Nielsen Media Research, Encantadia topped prime time ratings by earning 22.6% in total individual charts and a chunk rating of 40%, overtaking Darna (2005), Sugo (2005) and Kampanerang kuba (2005). Encantadia was only beaten by Darna on June. It never lost in the ratings game after that span of time. Among all soap operas in the Philippines, it has the highest ratings of 45% average (usually 40% above) according to AGB, a local media research firm. See more »

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Follows Mulawin (2004) See more »

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Sa Pakpak ng Paru-paro
Lyrics by Mark A. Reyes
Music by Eric Torralba
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Encantadia: A soap rich in Filipino Culture and Heritage
2 June 2005 | by (Philippines) – See all my reviews

Encantadia's story is fueled by the rich folklore of the Filipino people about fairies and deities that lives in the forest. This kind of story has been told for generations to Filipino children by their lolo's (grandfather's) and lola's (grandmother) right before they sleep at night which fueled their imaginations about kingdoms of fairies and demi-gods that according to the old folks,lived long ago..before man set foot to our lands Although one might say that it is a rip-off of LOTR, but in my point of view, in order to make a good "tele fantasia" or a soap, you must benchmark with the best in the field, like LOTR and other movies. GMA really put their best into this because if you watch this soap, you will see the intricate design of their costumes.The design is very Filipino and one might imagine if these were like the costumes and dresses they use (if they are real). Although the CGI is not that good, but it is an improvement, a great improvement from the fantasy movies here in the Philippines before where you can see the lines that hold the actors and stuff like the actors more looked liked they are literally pasted on the background.

No wonder this soap is said to be the no.1 watched soap in the Philippines. because it really captures the imagination of Filipinos, adults or children. It poses the question "what if they are real?" "what if there really are fairies living among us?". It captures the mind of the Filipino viewers who has a great culture and heritage


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