Starting on October 6, 2012 (Japan, Sydney, Dubai and London Time) via the episode Parol, Enchong Dee plays a young man who may be blinded physically but has his eyes wide open to the realities of life and to the reality that he needs to move on from his ailment. Enchong, a champion swimmer in real-life has also won the hearts of many for his portrayal in this episode. He will soon be seen in the much-awaited teleserye, Ina, Kapatid, Anak.
On the October 13 episode or Mag-inang Martir, Ejay Falcon will play a young man who grew up without a solid father figure. He becomes gay and vows not to commit the same mistake his mother made with different men until he himself falls in love. Ejay is the Grand Winner of the PBB Teen Edition 2. He just finished his last teleserye – Mundo Man Ay Magunaw and movie Amorosa.
On October 20, JM de Guzman plays the real-life struggles of Marcelito Pomoy, the Grand Winner of the Pilipinas Got Talent Season 2. As Marcelito, JM depicts the difficult childhood of Marcelito growing up, in search of a family and place to truly call home. Dubbed Balot, after the wares Marcelito sold as a young man, the episode then presents how Marcelito successfully transcended his family problems to become one of the U.S. franchise’s and talent competition’
Finally on October 27 via the episode Bangka, Empress Shuck plays a young woman whose dream to become a school teacher is crushed when her parents make her stop because of financial reasons. Frustrated, she leaves for Manila but the question is will she be able to face the challenges ahead in a war-torn era? Empress Schuck, like Ejay was part of the series Mundo Man Ay Magunaw and is dubbed one of the most promising stars of her generation.
Marvel at the fresh but remarkable performances of Enchong, Ejay, JM and Empress in TFC’s MMK Classics all Saturdays of the month in Japan, Australia, Middle East and Europe. Relive their lives and be inspired by these young people who showed maturity beyond their age at MMK Classics via TFC’s cable and satellite platforms during these days: Parol on October 6; Mag-inang Martir on October 13; Balot on October 20 and Bangka on October 27 at the following times: 11 a.m. Milan Time; 12:45 p.m. Saudi Time; 7:30 p.m. Japan Time and 8:30 p.m. Sydney Time.
In the U.S. and Canada, the episodes can be viewed at the following dates: Parol on October 7; Mag-inang Martir on October 14; Balot on October 21 and Bangka on October 28: all at 3:20 p.m. Pacific Time. MMK Classics can also be viewed via TFC’s video-on-demand (IPTV) and TFC’s official online service – TFC.tv. For interested parties, visit the your nearest dealer or call the nearest TFC partner or office.