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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Stars: Sunshine Dizon, Iza Calzado, Karylle
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 Raquim
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 Inang Reyna / ...
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 Pirena (2005)
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 Amihan (2005)
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 Alena (2005)
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 Danaya (2005)
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 Ybarro (2005)
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 Milagros / ...
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 Anthony (2005)
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 Amanda
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 Carmen
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 Asval
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 Alipato (2005)
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 Banjo
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 Young Aquil (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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The production company, GMA-7, forbid Sunshine Dizon to enroll to continue her business course for school year 2004-2005 due to this series. The network is afraid that her schooling might affect her hectic schedule in doing this TV fantasy series. See more »

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Follows Mulawin (2004) See more »

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Pangarap ni Lira
Lyrics by Suzette Doctolero
Music by Eric Torralba
Performed by Jennylyn Mercado
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Encantadia is a good telefantasya...
10 December 2005 | by See all my reviews

My FINAL thoughts about this series....

First, I'm not a big "Telefantasya" but I give the writers, directors, actors, and the entire staff for bringing this in Philippine TV. I don't expect this show to be original in terms of concept co'z the fact the matter is every single tale or story can inevitably crosses path in terms of similarities and coincidence. Encantadia is not great but not bad. The main goal of the producers are to entertain the majority. We all know how bad the situation in the Philippines right now, politically and economically. Obviously it's about ratings and exploiting (I mean in a good way) their actors to fame.

Second, Encantadia revolves around the four elements and the four Sangres. Their battle against the forces of evil. It sounds typical and yeah...predictable but at the end day what do you expect from Telefantasya stories...nothing. The actors and their chemistry are tolerable. Though, Sunshine Dizon is the one for me that really stands out the most. I like this show because this time the women are kicking as*. It's not the same old, traditional premise, like men saving the world.

Third, the ending was little dry. They could have done better with the battle scenes but I guess it was reasonable in a sense of anticipation of Encantadia's prequel Etheria.

Fourth, I appreciate GMA7 (TV network produces this series) for everything. They stick with their homegrown writers, um, giving them jobs, trusting them, rather not depending on foreign concepts just to produce innovative television.

And lastly, the theme song is pretty good.


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