Majika is a Filipino fantasy-themed television series about wizards, known as Salamangka, that inhabit the world of Saladin, where magic is the way of life. The series is produced by GMA ... See full summary »


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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Miguel Aguila ...
 Young Argo
 Adana (2006)
Nicole Anderson ...
 Lyjah (2006)
Rainier Castillo ...
 Jimboy / ...
 Sara / ...
Mikee Cojuangco ...
 Tamara (2006) (as Mikee Cojuangco-Jaworski)
 Naryan (2006)
 Young Sabina (2006)
 Terman (2006)
Viviene Dela Cruz ...
 Sula (2006)
 Aduro (2006)
 Markadan (2006)


Majika is a Filipino fantasy-themed television series about wizards, known as Salamangka, that inhabit the world of Saladin, where magic is the way of life. The series is produced by GMA Network. Its pilot episode aired on March 20, 2006. Sabina (Angel Locsin) is an ordinary girl who witnesses the sudden and mysterious disappearance of her family. She is adopted by Eloida, a white salamangka who knows about the land of Saladin - a place where only male salamangkas can thrive. Sabina, in her tender innocent age, learns that she must enter the world of saladin to rescue her family. So she undergoes rigid training under the watchful eyes of Eloida, who unbeknownst to everyone, is a true master of magic and who has chosen Sabina to be her rightful successor. Majika is the magical story of Sabina and her mystical quest for her family, her roots and her one true love... Argo (Dennis Trillo). Written by IGMA.TV

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13 March 2006 (Philippines)  »

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Salamangka  »

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The series' title graphic is an ambigram of the word Majika. See more »


Referenced in K, the P1,000,000 Videoke Contest: All Star! (2006) See more »


Composed and Performed by Kitchie Nadal
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Most shallow show on TV---congratulations

GMA is a multi-awarded station, and I have another title to add to their long list list: Most shallow show on Philippine TV. I always thought that nothing can sink lower than the titanic production of Mars Ravelo's "Darna" the soap opera, but I was proved wrong with the release of "Majika", the network's most seizure-inducing, second childhood-generating soap opera ever.

And just what is this "Majika" all about? It's about spell slinging lady magicians in skimpy and colorful costumes battling it out in a badly-dressed fantasy set. Obviously, it was created with children in mind and it stars "Darna" herself Angel Locsin with Dennis Trillo, supported by Katrina Halili, Eddie Garcia, Jean Garcia, and Carmina Villaroel among others.

I have serious reasons to call this one shallow; there are absolutely no redeeming factors to save this one from damnation. The costumes and set design are absolutely meaningless and are so colorful it might induce seizures; the story is stereotypically soap operatic that each moment is a passing of never-ending clichés of love and mistaken identity; the premise is obviously a ripoff of various Disney films and Harry Potter---the show might actually trigger retardation because of its dumbed-down plot line.

What makes the show pathetic is that in order to save their sinking ratings (the rival show is slowly creeping up on the ratings game), they made the ladies' costumes a lot shorter in order to show more skin and attract the older, hot-blooded male audience. However, even the combined forces of Ms. Halili's fantastic body and the supple skin of Ms. Locsin cannot save this disaster of a TV show.

And what do passengers do when the ship is sinking? Jump ship before it takes the whole network down with it.

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