Teleseryes With Reunited Exes

Exes as endgame! 

After wallowing in the pain brought about by a fresh breakup, the more practical thing to do is to completely let go of the person you used to love. Erase him/her from your system. No looking back. 
But sometimes, life can be full of surprises, and one day you may cross paths with an ex-boyfriend or ex-girlfriend, only to realize that he/she is still the one, giving a whole new meaning to the word “destined.” 
So, how do you know when two exes are really meant to be together? Check out the signs as hinted in these Kapamilya teleseryes. 

 

Halik

Lino (Jericho Rosales) and Jacky’s (Yen Santos) tale of love in “Halik” was undoubtedly orchestrated by destiny, that even the harshest turmoil only led them back to each other in the end. The two had a strong foundation for their relationship, having been childhood best friends and eventually each other’s first love. However, the star-crossed lovers parted ways after Jacky’s dad disapproved of their relationship. Married to different partners, their paths kept crossing even when they were not actively seeking each other out and despite conscious efforts to avoid each other to give their current spouses peace of mind. Lino and Jacky lived up to the saying “everything happens for a reason,” as their frequent chance encounters and their shared pain from their spouses’ betrayal slowly revived their friendship. As problems and conflict piled up, it became clear that they were meant to be each other’s forever love. 

 

Walang Hanggang Paalam

Destiny might also use instruments that would deeply resonate with you, urging you to consider giving your ex a second chance. For estranged couple Emman (Paulo Avelino) and Celine (Angelica Panganiban) of “Walang Hanggang Paalam,” their son, Robi, became that instrument. Although their relationship did not work out at first, they still had their much-deserved happy ending after an exhausting year of searching for Robi, who was taken by a syndicate run by Anton (Zanjoe Marudo), the same guy who also offered marriage to Celine.  

 

Magpahanggang Wakas

What would you feel when your first love who is presumed dead crashes back into your life? Sounds like fate playing its magic, except Aryann (Arci Munoz)’s unexpected reunion with Waldo (Jericho Rosales) in “Magpahanggang Wakas” was not quite the blissful plot twist we expected, as she had started a new life with a new man, Tristan (John Estrada), and was set to marry him. Despite the test of time and amidst the chaos and rift surrounding them, Aryann and Waldo realized the undeniable truth that they still and forever will share the love they once had. 

 

Playhouse

Sometimes you remain friends, or are forced to remain friends, after the breakup. Estranged married couple Marlon (Zanjoe Marudo) and Patty (Angelica Panganiban)’s romance turned rocky, but they had to put their annulment and grudges on hold because of their responsibility as guardians of their late close friends’ son, Robin (JJ Quilantang) in “Playhouse.” And after going through a lot of challenges and troubles in their roles as second parents to Robin, as well as in their respective newfound romances, Marlon and Patty eventually rekindled what they had in the past. Everything happens for a reason, right?

 

Init sa Magdamag

Sometimes, destiny will make you see that you’ve made the wrong decision by breaking up with the one your heart truly beats for. It felt like fairytale when love blossomed between Tupe (Gerald Anderson) and Rita (Yam Concepcion) in “Init Sa Magdamag.” Perhaps it wasn’t meant to be at first, with Rita ending things upon Tupe got falsely accused of being involved in his father’s illegal dealings with the town’s mayor. Years later, the two were pulled back into each other’s world, with Tupe working as a barrio doctor in the town where Rita serves as a nurse-turned-governor. As if witnessing each other achieve the ambitions they once only dreamed of together wasn’t enough to stir old emotions and open old wounds, Rita’s husband, Peterson (JM De Guzman), further complicates things by asking Tupe to be their sperm donor, oblivious to the romantic history between the two. Over time, as Peterson shows his true colors, driven by jealousy, bitterness, and passionate love, Rita realizes that no other man can love her the way she desires and deserves to be loved, except Tupe. 

 

The Greatest Love

The heart just never forgets. In “The Greatest Love,” Gloria (Sylvia Sanchez) and Peter (Nonie Buencamino) might have been apart for decades but the promises they made in the past lived on in their hearts. When they reunited, they worked together to tie up loose ends of their love story, giving closure to the questions that haunted them through the years, and sealing their relationship through marriage despite the risks posed by Gloria’s Alzheimer’s Disease. 

 

Pangako Sa’Yo

In “Pangako Sa’Yo,” Amor (Jodi Sta Maria) and Eduardo (Ian Veneracion)’s love took place in a very tumultuous time. However, the angst and pain of their separation also made their reunion more heartfelt. After all those years of hurt, they realized they were still in love and unable to let each other go, so Eduardo proved his desire to make things right between them by marrying Amor. 

Whether you relate to these stories or you’re just here looking for something inspiring this Valentine’s Day, these Kapamilya teleseryes will surely hit you right in the feels.