Pangako Sa'yo - Netflix
The promise of love begins with a simple, aspirational girl, Amor de Jesus (Jodi Sta. Maria), who fell in love with a rich man, Eduardo Buenavista (Ian Veneracion). Their whirlwind romance bore a child but was put to an end after all the challenges and objection of Eduardo's affluent family. Amor loses all hope when Eduardo marries Claudia Salameda (Angelica Panganiban) and her daughter, Maria Amor, dies. Years passed and Amor's daughter turns out to be alive and will grow up as Yna Macaspac (Kathryn Bernardo). Yna meets Eduardo and Claudia's son, Angelo Buenavista (Daniel Padilla), and falls in love. Amor returns to the Philippines as Amor Powers. She tries to avenge the death of her daughter by destroying Eduardo's life and family, which unwittingly will hurt her own daughter, Yna, in the process. An all-out war begins between Amor Powers and Claudia Buenavista.
Runtime: 25 minutes
Pangako Sa'yo - Sue Ramirez - Netflix
Sue Ramirez (born Sue Anna Garina Dodd on July 20, 1996) is a Filipina actress and singer. Her first major role was as supporting cast member on the ABS-CBN remake of Mula Sa Puso of the same name (2011). She appeared in the television dramas Angelito: Batang Ama (2011–12), Angelito: Ang Bagong Yugto (2012), Annaliza (2013–2014), Pangako Sa 'Yo (2015), Dolce Amore (2016), La Luna Sangre (2017) and Hanggang Saan (2017–18). She gained her New Movie Actress Nomination in the 32nd PMPC Star Awards for Movies for the film Just the Way You Are.
Pangako Sa'yo - Early life - Netflix
Ramirez was born and raised in Parañaque City, Philippines. Her father James Peter Dodd is an American citizen who was a retired senior officer of the US state department and her Filipina mother Concepcion Garina Dodd is from Sipalay City, Negros Occidental. Sue is the youngest child in her family alongside her three sisters and one brother. Her brother is named James Dodd, and currently works in Qatar. She attended high school in Sacred Heart School in Parañaque.
Pangako Sa'yo - References - Netflix