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How many episodes is Marimar Philippines?

Marimar (2007 TV series)

Country of origin Philippines
Original language Tagalog
No. of episodes 155 + 4 specials

How many episodes are there of Marimar?

Marimar/Number of episodes

Where can I watch Marimar?

Top 5 providers

  • Netflix.
  • Apple iTunes.

When was Marimar shown in the Philippines?

Released as a full length movie in the Philippines on October 2, 1996. Each new hairstyle and clothes fashion for Marimar in the story indicates the beginning of a new story chapter as well.

When was Marimar filmed?

Marimar (Mexican TV series)

Picture format NTSC
Original release January 31 – August 26, 1994
Preceded by Valentina

Who does Marimar end up with?

The story ends with Marimar and Sergio finally marrying in the small church in San Martin de la Costa.

When was Marimar released?

January 31, 1994
Marimar/First episode date

How popular Marimar is?

Marimar was one of the first Mexican telenovelas, or “Mexicanovelas,” imported to the Philippines. It rose to unrivaled popularity—ratings peaked at 61.7% and the show spawned not one but two Pilipino remakes.

When did the TV series MariMar come out?

The series is based on a 1994 Mexican television series of the same title. Directed by Joyce E. Bernal and Mac Alejandre, it stars Marian Rivera in the title role and Dingdong Dantes. It premiered on August 13, 2007 on the network’s Telebabad line up. The series concluded on March 14, 2008 with a total of 155 episodes.

Who are the main characters in the movie Marimar?

Marimar is a very poor and naive woman who lives in a beach hut with her dog, Pulgoso, and her grandparents. Sergio, the son of the Ibañez estate, falls in love with Marimar. The two get married, not realizing the hostility of Sergio’s family to the marriage and their unbounded d… Read all

What was the theme song to the show MariMar?

The theme songs: Mel Villena’s composition of ‘Marimar’ capture the “life” of the old Marimar theme song, Regine Velasquez was an excellent choice to sing it. There was also Danny Tan’s ‘Mahal Kita’, with two versions, one by Maricris Garcia (subtle) and one by Gerald Santos (passionate), both were amazing.