Real Confessions

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Real Confessions
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GenreAnthology, drama
Created byTV5 Network Inc.
Written byvarious
Directed byvarious
Presented byCristy Fermin
Theme music composerBoy Christopher Ramos
Opening theme"Ito Ang Buhay Ko" by Frenchie Dy
Country of originPhilippines
Original language(s)Filipino
No. of episodes14
Production
Executive producer(s)Manuel V. Pangilinan
Running time45 minutes - 1 hour
Release
Original networkTV5
Picture formatNTSC 480i
Original releaseNovember 5, 2011 (2011-11-05) –
February 11, 2012 (2012-02-11)

Real Confessions formerly known as Star Confessions, is a Philippine drama anthology television series hosted by Cristy Fermin and aired on TV5 every Saturday after Regal Shocker.

It features life stories of ordinary Filipino's, same format as Maalaala Mo Kaya from the rival network on ABS-CBN except of the one-on-one interview of the story holder with Cristy Fermin. It was formerly known as Star Confessions which features life stories of local celebrities. It premiered on November 5, 2011 with the episode "Sulat sa Langit" starring Gelli de Belen and Wendell Ramos.

The show recently won the Best Theme Song Award on the 2011 Asian TV Awards for its themesong Ito Ang Buhay Ko composed by Boy Christopher Ramos.[1]

List of episodes[edit]

Title Story Holder Actor Date
1. Sulat sa Langit Roy dela Cruz Gelli de Belen, Wendell Ramos, Jairus Aquino November 5, 2011
2. Sanib ng Mambabarang Estanislao Evangelista Makisig Morales, Alma Moreno, Julio Diaz, Archie Adamos November 12, 2011
3. Mga Pinutol na Pangarap Maricel Apanta Karel Marquez, Ella Guevarra, Suzette Ranillo, Bing Pimentel, Buboy Garovillo November 19, 2011
4. Batang Bayani Janela Lelis Celine Lim, Janus del Prado, Bella Flores November 26, 2011
5. Grade 1 si Lola Felomina Zamora Laurice Guillen December 3, 2011
6. Isang Katauhan, Dalawang Kasarian Mel Makapugay Joseph Bitangcol, Tetchie Agbayani, Noni Buencamino, Diane Medina, Dr. Camille Garcia December 10, 2011
7. Pasan Ko, Buhay Mo Giovanni and George Rubio Lester Llangsang, Alwyn Uytingco, Rio Locsin, Allan Paule, BJ Go December 17, 2011
8. Kulay ng Buhay Arjohn Gilbert Arjohn Gilbert, Emilio Garcia, Ana Capri, Morissette Amon December 24, 2011
9. Sundalo, Bayani, Kapatid 2nd Lt. Delfin Khe Rodjun Cruz January 7, 2012
10. Tinig ng Pangungula Wanlu Bayani Agbayani January 14, 2012

Awards and nominations[edit]

  • Best Theme Song award for its song “Ito Ang Buhay Ko” (2011 Asian TV Awards)[2]

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