School (High school)
IBC Creative Department|
Mel Mendoza-del Rosario
|Developed by||Ginny Monteagudo-Ocampo|
Renee Patricia Dimla
|Directed by||Mark Meily|
Mavy Legaspi |
|Country of origin||Philippines|
|No. of episodes||64 (List of episodes)|
|Producer(s)||Jojo C. Oconer|
Roman Rodriguez III
Novaliches, Quezon City, Philippines|
Novaliches High School
|Running time||30-45 minutes|
|Original run||June 19, 2017 – September 15 2017|
|Related shows||High School Life|
Junior Twin is a 2016 Philippines school-themed drama television series directed by Mark Meily, starring Mavy Legaspi and Cassy Legaspi, with Carmina Villarroel-Legaspi and Zoren Legaspi. The series was aired on IBC's Hapon Ang Dating afternoon block and worldwide on Global IBC from June 19, 2017 to September 15, 2017, replacing My Little Anghel.
It is considered as the second afternoon school-themed drama series on the network's afternoon block next to the top-rating school-themed teleserye High School Life. The school-themed drama also marked the Legaspi family (celebrity parents Carmina, Zoren, adorable twin children Mavy and Cassy) under IBC.
Eula Salvador (Carmina Villarroel-Legaspi) is attempting to capture a biological father Raymond Mendoza (Kier Legaspi) as a good friend, who involve these children at Novaliches High School Despire being junior high school education, she continue her involve about the high school teacher named Teacher Rciahrd (Justin Quirino). Raymond is captured to protect their twin teens and the junior high school twin which revolve around the classroom and receive in the academic manner.
At Novaliches High School, Eula meets her father husband, Wilbur (Zoren Legaspi), who thinks she is a man, and her two children by him, adorable twins Chubi (Mavy Legaspi) and (Cassy Legaspi) are the junior high school twins who are enrolled in the same high school. Eula and Wilbur meets their teen junior high school classmate. Their twins revolved into a junior twins, where they learned to study well in a good lesson and involve those good manner.
They meets a new junior high school friend in Vanessa (Sabrina Man) which made Chubi and Aira reflect on the good value in their academic twin.
Cast and CharactersEdit
- Mavy Legaspi as Chubi Salvador - Eula and Wilbur's son.
- Cassy Legaspi as Aira Salvador - Eula and Wilbur's daughter.
- Carmina Villarroel-Legaspi as Eula Salvador - Chubi and Aira's mother.
- Zoren Legaspi as Wilbur Salvador - Eula's romantic husband and Chubi and Aira's father.
- Justin Quirino as Teacher Richard Gonzales - Chubi and Aira's teacher in Novaliches High School.
- Sherilyn Reyes-Tan as Teacher Ria de Guzman - Chubi's teacher in Novaliches High School.
- Kier Legaspi as Raymond Mendoza
- Jill Yulo as Sharmaine Mendoza
- Sabrina Man as Vanessa Mendoza
- Murielle Tanchanco as Claire Abellana
- Angeli Nicole Sanoy as Patrisha Fulgar
- Russiane Jandris Ilao as Carlos Miranda
- Margie Moran as Gloria Miranda - Carlos' grandmother.
- Amy Robles as Principal Amy - the principal in Novaliches High School.
- Carl Alexander Acosta as Norman Madrid
- Ogie Escanilla as Basti Bautista
- Nikki Samonte as Alyssa Mendez
- Blue de Leon as Rico Lastimosa - Wilbur's good friend.
- Eddie Gutierrez as Eddie Morales
- Barbie Sabino as Kamille Ortega
- Timothy Chan as Dino Gonzaga
- BB Gandanghari as Ruffa Lazaro
- Robert Villar as Jerome Lastimosa
- Rita Gaviola as Edna Carpela
- Levi Ignacio as Joonne Alejar
- Main article: List of Junior Twin episodes
Junior Twin marks the first-ever teleserye of the Legaspi family, celebrity parents Carmina Villarroel and Zoren Legaspi, along with adorable twins Mavy Legaspi and Cassy Legaspi, fresh from the success of Lara Laura. The school-themed drama marks the radio disc jockey Justin Quirino as Teacher Richard Gonzales and Virginia Pozon as Teacher Ria de Guzman.
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