Araw Gabi July 18, 2018 Replay

Araw Gabi July 18, 2018 Replay
Araw Gabi July 18, 2018 Replay
(lit. Day Night) is a 2018 Philippine daytime television drama series, under the reincarnated Precious Hearts Romances Presents umbrella title. It is topbilled by JM de Guzman and Barbie Imperial together with an ensemble cast. The serial is based on the Filipino romance pocket book novel El Paraiso by Martha Cecilia. The series premiered on ABS-CBN’s Kapamilya Gold afternoon block and worldwide via The Filipino Channel on April 30, 2018, replacing Hanggang Saan.

It is the 18th installment and the first after six years since Paraiso which was aired in 2012. The management decided to reboot the said series, this time under RSB Unit.

This is a 5th-time for JM de Guzman as a part of Precious Hearts Romances series. Since 2010 as supporting roles (The Substitute Bride, Midnight Phantom, Kristine and Alyna) and this is his first-time as a leading man in this series.

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