If there's one thing that entertains me every weekday nights apart from blogging and doing some online tasks, it's watching my favorite Tagalog series, "Walang Hanggan". This drama series is top billed by veteran actors and actresses in the likes of Susan Roces, Helen Gamboa, Dawn Zulueta, Richard Gomez and the appearance of their young counter parts in the likes of Coco Martin and Julia Montes. I've started watching this "teleserye" when I was vacationing in the Philippines where I would normally watch "teleserye" after dinner with the kids and my Mom. I don't know but this "Walang Hanggan" series has a certain appeal to me. Maybe because of the actors and actresses remarkable portrayal of their roles.
Call it "kababawan" or anything of that sort, but following this series helps me a lot to ease my boredom being in a foreign land away from home and family. Whenever I watch this, I felt like I'm home (lol). Maybe that is a psychological effect because watching TV programs at night after taking dinner is usually my bonding time with my kids. That is, if they are not busy with school projects and home works, of course.
Now, I think Walang Hanggan is beginning to be exciting again with the introduction of a new character in the person of Jean Bonifacio (Ms. Eula Valdez). Knowing Eula's caliber in acting especially in portraying challenging roles in a "teleserye" will even make the story of "Walang Hanggan" more interesting.
I'm sure some of the mommies out there could relate to me in watching "teleseryes". I guess very few Moms would tell that they are not into this "teleserye" thing. I'm getting more excited to follow "Walang Hanggan" but I just watch the replays since we don't have TFC channel here in my place. Besides, I work in shifts, so the best option is to really watch the replays.
Okay...I have to pause for now, It's time to watch another episode.