GMA unveils an intense drama of two wives in Asawa Ng Asawa Ko this January

They say to “fight for your marriage like everything is at stake because it is.” But will it still be worth it if he has already found someone else?

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They say to “fight for your marriage like everything is at stake because it is.” But will it still be worth it if he has already found someone else?

Beginning January 15, GMA Network brings a story about the things people fight for: love, family, and freedom. 

Asawa Ng Asawa Ko centers on the war between two wives who will do everything to protect what is theirs.

Bannering the series and teaming up for the first time are high-caliber actress Jasmine Curtis-Smith as Cristy and Kapuso Total Heartthrob Rayver Cruz as Jordan. 

Spicing up the soap opera are Sparkle’s sought-after stars Martin del Rosario as Jeff and Liezel Lopez as Shaira, together with talented actor Joem Bascon as Leon.

Witness the love story of Cristy and Jordan, who stick together against the world. They live a simple and happy life with their only daughter. However, their family starts to fall apart when Cristy gets abducted by the rebel group “Kalasag.” 

Left with no trace of Cristy, Jordan receives news about the death of his wife. Devastated with this loss, Jordan finds comfort in the arms of his friend, Shaira. Soon, Jordan marries her and together, they will rebuild a beautiful family.

Fate seems to be in favor of them until Cristy is finally able to escape from her kidnappers. She returns to the lives of her husband and child. But to her surprise, Jordan and Shaira are now living happily as husband and wife.

Who truly deserves to be with Jordan—the first wife who fought for her freedom to be with her loved ones again? Or the second wife who was beside Jordan during his darkest nights?

Playing the role of villains in the series as members of “Kalasag” are Kim De Leon as Kuwago, the team’s spotter; Bruce Roeland as Bakulaw, the member who is best in martial arts; Luis Hontiveros as Alakdan, Leon’s right hand and the sniper of the group; Patricia Coma as Billie/Pusa, Leon’s daughter who is also a sharpshooter; Jennifer Maravilla as Sawa, the financier of Kalasag; Billie Hakenson as Buwaya, the gossiper and thief who is good in disguising; Ian Ignacio as Igat, the asset of the rebels; and Ms. Mariz Ricketts as Pusit, the group’s mother figure.

Completing the star-studded cast are Crystal Paras as Nonette, Cristy’s supportive best friend, Quinn Carillo as Leslie, Shaira’s close friend, and Ms. Gina Alajar as Carmen, the overprotective mother of Cristy.

This exceptional drama is produced by GMA Entertainment Group, headed by Senior Vice President Lilybeth G. Rasonable, Vice President for Drama Cheryl Ching-Sy, Assistant Vice President for Drama Ali Nokom-Dedicatoria, Program Managers Dennis Joi K. Bentulan and Edlyn Tallada, and Executive Producer Erwin Hilado.

The highly talented creative team behind Asawa Ng Asawa Ko is composed of Creative Director Aloy Adlawan, Creative Head Dode Cruz, Creative Consultant Des Severino, Head Writer Agnes Uligan, Writers Glaiza Ramirez, Marlon Miguel, Loi Argel Nova, and Renei Dimla, and Brainstormer Meryl Bunyi.

Catch Asawa Ng Asawa Ko, under the helm of esteemed director Laurice Guillen, Mondays to Thursdays at 9:35 p.m. on GMA Prime.

Global Pinoys can also catch the program via GMA Pinoy TV.








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