Juan dela Cruz (TV series)

Philippine television series

Juan dela Cruz is a Philippine television drama series. It is directed by Malu Sevilla. It stars Coco Martin as Juan dela Cruz, a half-tagabantay and half-aswang who falls in love with Rosario (Erich Gonzales). It is filmed and shown in high definition.[1][2][3][4] The show was first shown on ABS-CBN and worldwide on TFC on 4 February 2013. It replaced the television show Princess and I.

Juan dela Cruz
GenreAction, Horror, Fantasy, Comedy, Romance
Created byRondel P. Lindayag
Dindo Perez
Developed byJulie Anne R. Benitez
Lino S. Cayetano
Ethel M. Espiritu
Dindo Perez
Shugo Praico
Written byDindo Perez
Shugo Praico
John Joseph Tuason
Directed byMalu L. Sevilla
Avel E. Sunpongco
Francis E. Pasion
Jojo A. Saguin
Creative directorJohnny delos Santos
StarringCoco Martin
Erich Gonzales
ComposersIdonnah Lopez Villarico
Rommel C. Villarico
Country of originPhilippines
Original languagesFilipino, English
No. of episodes188 (final)
Executive producersEileen Angela T. Garcia
Hazel B. Parfan
ProducerBryan Paul Ramos
Production locationPhilippines
EditorRenewin Alano
Running time30-45 minutes
Monday to Friday at 19:45 (PST)
Production companyDreamscape Entertainment TV
Original release
ReleaseFebruary 4 (2013-02-04) –
October 25, 2013 (2013-10-25)
My Little Juan

Story change

The story is about Juan dela Cruz. Juan was an orphan. He was taken care by a Catholic priest named Father Cito. Father Cito taught Juan good values and faith on Jesus. Juan was so devoted to Jesus Christ that he called him "bossing" (Filipino word, for "boss"). On one day, Father Cito was killed by a thief. Juan went to Quaipo, Manila with Lola Belen after Father Cito's death. Juan does not know that he is a half-aswang, the son of the Haring Aswang (King of the Aswangs) and the Anak ng Dilim (Child of Darkness). According to a prophecy, the Anak ng Dilim is fated to lead the aswangs and take over the human race. However, Juan's mother, Amelia, is a human and a Tagabantay (Guardian). The Tagabantay's duty is to protect the humans from the aswangs. The Tagabantay also wields a weapon called the Bakal na Krus.

By the time he grows up as an adult, Juan later joins the Kapatiran (Brotherhood). The Kapatiran is a group that seek to destroy the aswangs. The group then trains Juan into becoming the next Tagabantay. Later in the story, the engkantos and diwatas comes to help Juan in his adventures. They have a bigger and important role in the continuing between the aswangs and the humans.

Cast and characters change

Main cast change

Supporting cast change

My Little Juan change

Due to the success of Juan dela Cruz, the show was given a new series called My Little Juan. The new series which tells more about Juan's childhood before he was known as the new "Tagabantay". The series was first shown on 20 May 2013 and ended on 13 September 2013.

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