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Published on June 12th, 2012 | by rodmagaru |

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(TV) MMK presents a special Father’s Day episode this Saturday


Kapamilya leading man Matt Evans portrays the role of Tikboy, a child who, together with his siblings, grew up with an abusive and irresponsible man in the special Father’s Day episode of “Maalaala Mo Kaya” this Saturday (June 16).

MMK presents a special Father's Day episode this Saturday

Tikboy and his siblings were so physically and emotionally battered by their dad, Toto (William Lorenzo) that they no longer see him as a parent to long for but a monster to avoid. Little by little, because of their father’s violence, Tikboy’s house and their family were left broken.

Together with Matt and William in the heavy family drama “MMK” episode are Jaclyn Jose, Neil Coleta, Dianne Medina, Lauren Young, Hiyasmin Neri, Arlene Tolibas, Mario Capalad, Ganiel Krishnan, Jairus Aquino, Basty Alcanses, Khaycee Aboloc, Dexie Daulat, and Veyda Inoval. It was researched by Alex Martin, written by Joan Habana, and directed by Raz de la Torre.

 

Lauren Young, Jacklyn Jose and Matt Evans

Don’t miss another remarkable TV masterpiece this Saturday in the longest running drama anthology of Asia, “Maalaala Mo Kaya” (MMK), after “Wansapanataym” on ABS-CBN.

 

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