Riveting us with the tale of a wicked, unsympathetic, loathsome, and greedy toy company heiress named Anna Manalastas (Coney Reyes), 100 Days To Heaven instilled to us the value of forgiveness, humility, love, sacrifices, and second chances.
After Anna was killed in a car accident, the gatekeeper of heaven, tagged as “Tagabantay”, decided to not send her yet to hell and gave her an opportunity to relive her life to make amends with those people she wronged while she was still alive – but as a kid (Xyriel Manabat) and for 100 days only.
In her journey back to Earth, she was able to fulfill her mission bit-by-bit through the help of Sophia Delgado (Jodi Sta. Maria), a kindhearted young woman who was later on revealed as the daughter she abandoned ever since she was born. Their relationship might not be perfectly cordial, but they were able to work it out as Sophia was able to accept and forgive her biological mom in the end, even before Anna was able to accomplish her mission and finally enter the gates of heaven. The ownership of the company was bequeathed to Sophia as well.