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GMA Network’s Spanish-dubbed ‘Bihag’ Returns to Dominican Republic TV

GMA Network’s Spanish-dubbed ‘Bihag’ Returns to Dominican Republic TV
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This article is available in Spanish.

MANILA, Philippines — GMA Network’s 2019 drama series “Bihag” returned to Dominican Republic television via Color Visión Monday, Oct. 18.

“After the success of No me olvides in Latin America and broadcast in 2020 on Color Visión, Max Collins returns to the screen as Broly, a mother with a son who becomes involved in a tragedy and their lives will change forever,” announced the network on its website.

Known as “Hijo, ¿Dónde estás?” in Latin America, “Bihag” first aired in the said Caribbean country last year.

The drama series follows Jessie (Max Collins) and Brylle (Jason Abalos) as they deal with the abduction of their son Ethan (Raphael Landicho). Their lives take turn for the worse when Brylle engages in an affair with Reign (Sophie Albert). The cast also includes Mark Herras, Neil Ryan Sese and Glenda Garcia.

“Hijo, ¿Dónde estás?” will also air in Ecuador soon.

Aside from the said drama series, Color Visión is currently airing “Un corazón especial” or “My Special Tatay” starring Ken Chan, and “La promesa” or “Pangako Sa ’Yo” starring Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo.

Philippine drama series or “teleseryes” are a big hit in Latin America. Both ABS-CBN and GMA Network export their select shows in the region. Among the recent successful teleseryes are Spanish-dubbed “Ika-6 na Utos,” “Onanay,” “Dahil May Isang Ikaw” and “The Gift.”

Watch the trailer of “Hijo, ¿Dónde estás?” in Spanish:


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