‘Be Careful With My Heart’ is finally ending on Nov. 28!

Be Careful With My Heart” is coming to an end.

After more than two years on air, the “kilig-serye” will conclude on November 28, its lead stars Jodi Sta. Maria and Richard Yap announced in a live interview on “TV Patrol” Thursday.

Since it debuted in July 2012, “Be Careful With My Heart” has remained the No. 1 daytime program in the Philippines, according to Kantar Media.


The popularity of the series has also spawned a line of merchandise, a gold-selling official soundtrack album, and a wedding magazine special, among others.

The New York Festivals-nominated series was, at one point, also set to be translated into a movie. However, due to the “tight schedule” in filming the TV series, the big-screen version was eventually pulled out from the 2013 Metro Manila Film Festival.

Originally slated for a one-season run, “Be Careful With My Heart” initially centered on Maya dela Rosa (Sta. Maria) as a barrio lass with big dreams, and her love story with Richard Lim (Yap), a widowed businessman with three children.

Due to the series’ popularity, it has been extended numerous times, with several “milestones” in the relationship of the nanny-turned-flight attendant and her former employer marking highlights throughout the program’s run.

These developments in their love story also became worldwide trending topics on Twitter, from their first date, first exchange of “I love you’s,” first kiss, to Richard’s wedding proposal to Maya.

Over the two-year run of “Be Careful With My Heart,” Maya and Richard have gotten married, welcomed twins, and adjusted to a family life riddled with challenges.

Last July, the show celebrated its second anniversary on air with a grand concert at the Araneta Coliseum in Quezon City — a culmination of sorts of the cast’s world tour in the past months.

“Be Careful With My Heart” also stars Mutya Orquia, Janella Salvador, Jerome Ponce, Aiza Seguerra, and Sylvia Sanchez. It is under the direction of Jeffrey Jeturian and Mervyn Brondial.

Jodi Sta. Maria denies pregnancy rumors!

Jodi Sta. Maria denies pregnancy rumors!

Jodi Sta. Maria

Actress Jodi Sta. Maria shoot down pregnancy rumors. In “Be Careful with My Heart,” Maya(played by the actress) is pregnant, prompting fans to wonder if the actress is also expecting in real life.

“Ay hindi (Oh, no),”

“Confused lang ‘yung tao sa nangyayari sa buhay ng character ko sa soap… Naa-associate nila sa real life”

Jodi’s boyfriend, Jolo Revilla, also issued statement on his official Twitter:

“This is my first and final statement regarding Jodi’s pregnancy issue. She is not pregnant and we are not yet married.”

“What we have right now is something special and we want to keep it private because I love her so much. Kung sakaling totuo man yan, kayo po unang unang makakaalam (If in case that were true, you’d be the first to know.). God bless.”

Jodi Sta. Maria is pregnant!

Jodi Sta. Maria is pregnant!

Jodi Sta. Maria

Confirmed! Yes it’s true! Maya the popular character played by actress Jodi Sta. Maria in ABS-CBN’s hit daytime show “Be Careful With My Heart,” is now pregnant.

In Monday’s episode of the show, they found out that she’s expecting after celebrating the holidays with her new family.

Watch “Be Careful With My Heart” Monday to Friday before “It’s Showtime”.

Japan Honeymoon is set after the Fairytale Wedding of Maya nd Ser Chief!

The much-awaited “Fairytale Wedding of the Year” of Maya (Jodi Sta. Maria) and Ser Chief (Richard Yap) is set to make Philippine television history as the longest-airing wedding ceremony in a TV series.


According to Ginny Ocampo, business unit head of “Be Careful With My Heart,” TV viewers will surely feel that they are part of the historical wedding on November 15 (Friday) because they will continuously shoot the whole ceremony.

“Just like an actual wedding coverage, TV viewers will feel the spirit and solemnity of the occasion because we will shoot continuously, without cuts,” explained Ginny.

Part of the simple yet elegant and classy ‘fairytale wedding of the year’ are Maya’s Nanay Teresita (Sylvia Sanchez) and elder sister Kute (Aiza Seguerra), and Richard’s parents Don Roberto (Noel Trinidad) and Doña Esmeralda (Marissa Delgado). Paring as Best Man and Maid of Honor are Luke (Jerome Ponce) and Nikki (Janella Salvador), the Bride’s Maid will be Richard’s bestfriend Rafi (Maricar Reyes), while the Groom’s Man will be Ryan (Cris Villanueva). Maya’s nephew Cho (JM Ibanez) will walk down the aisle as Coin and Ring Bearer, while Richard’s youngest child Abby (Mutya Orquia) will be the Flower Girl.

Completing the secondary sponsors are Doris (Tart Carlos), Sabel (Vivieka Ravanes), Joma (Micah Muñoz), Emman (Nathan Lopez) and Simon (Paul Jake Castillo). Among the principal sponsors are Maya’s trainer at Time Airways Ms. Belmonte (Pinky Amador) and the Lim family’s ‘mayordoma’ Manang Fe (Gloria Sevilla).


Unlike other TV series that conclude with the wedding of the lead stars, “Be Careful With My Heart” marks a new beginning with Maya and Richard’s marriage. As Jodi and Richard previously revealed, there are still more romantic moments that TV viewers should watch out for after the wedding, including their honeymoon in Japan.

“After the wedding, a new chapter starts in the lives of Richard and Maya as husband and wife,” said Jodi.

Don’t miss Maya and Ser Chief’s “Fairytale Wedding of the Year” on November 15, 11:45am, on ABS-CBN. Also, watch out for “Richard-Maya Fairytale Wedding of the Year Special” that will be aired in “Sunday’s Best” on November 24. The TV special will showcase the wedding; after-wedding party; behind-the-scene footages before, during and after the ceremonies; and other exclusive information about the much-awaited event of the year.

Richard and Maya Wedding set on Nov. 15!

The date is set. The well-loved lead characters of “Be Careful With My Heart” will exchange vows in the hit series’ episode on November 15.


Richard (Richard Yap) and Maya (Jodi Sta. Maria) will finally take their vow and you are cordially invited to watch the “wedding of the year” when it airs next month.

This milestone comes after more than a year since “Be Careful With My Heart” premiered on ABS-CBN. The series is credited for shaking up daytime programming as it drew unheard of nationwide ratings in its timeslot.

Directed by Jeffrey Jeturian, the “kilig-serye” initially centered on Maya as a bario lass with dreams of becoming a flight attendant, and her misadventure in Manila which led to her becoming a nanny of Richard’s children.

Over its year-long run, “Be Careful With My Heart” has seen the development of its lead characters, with Maya achieving her dream and Richard finally easing up his stoic front after his wife’s death.

In the most recent episodes of the series, the couple, along with their respective families, are seen preparing for the wedding. Richard and Maya attend pre-marital counseling, as they also arrange details of their bachelor and bachelorette parties.

Iwa Moto and Pampi Lacson welcomed their baby girl!

Iwa Moto and Pampi Lacson welcomed their baby girl!


Actress Iwa Moto and Pampi Lacson welcomed their baby girl name Eve on Monday.

Pampi confirmed as he posted a video of Iwa with their baby girl on his Instagram account.

“Welcome to the world Eve”

In an interview the actress said it was Thirdy who picked the name Eve for his little sister. Thirdy is the son of “Be Carefull With My Heart” star Jodi Sta. Maria with Pampi Lacson. They announced their separation in March 2011 but their marriage has yet to be annulled.

Photo. Pampi(Instagram Account)

“Be Careful With My Heart” movie plot revealed!

Be Careful With My Heart The Movie which is an official entry of the 2013 Metro Manila Film Festival is a new story plot and not a  rehash of the TV series!


Be Careful With My Heart the series will run until early December of this year.

Jeffrey Jeturian who directed the series will also be the one who will direct the movie version of the up-coming MMFF 2013 movie.

This is what he said of the up-coming movie and the series:

“We’ll end Book One with the wedding of Maya and Sir Chief. Then we’ll start Book Two with their life as husband and wife. At tatakbo yung hanggang just before the movie opens in theatres on Christmas Day. No, the movie version is not a recap of what happened on TV. Alam na ng mga tao yun, e. What we’ll show is what happens to Jodi Sta. Maria, Richard Yap, and the rest of the characters after the story on TV has ended. Bale continuation yun ng TV show.”

Jodi Sta. Maria has this to say:

“We’re all happy in the cast of our show na napasama kami sa filmfest. This is another milestone for us, but we’re also tense kasi this is a new challenge for all of us, from the TV screen to the big screen.”

Are you excited to see Be Careful With My Heart The Movie?

Metro Manila Film Festival 2013 Entries Revealed!

Jodi Sta. Maria, Richard Yap, Kris Aqiuno, Vic Sotto, Vice Ganda starrers lead the 15 entries to the 39th Metro Manila Film Festival.


Below are the 15 entries vying for the coveted 8 slots in this year’s MMFF:

1. Kaleidoscope World (Melcor Enterprises)
Starring Sef Cadayona and Yassi Pressman

2. 10,000 Hours (Phil Film Studio)
Starring Robin Padilla

3. Ibong Adarna (Gurion Entertainment)
Starring Rocco Nacino, Joel Torre, Angel Aquino, Leo Martinez, Ronnie Lazaro

4. San Pedro Calungsod, Batang Martir (Hubo Productions)
Starring JM de Guzman, Christian Vasquez

5. Boy Girl Bakla Tomboy (Viva Films and Star Cinema)
Starring Vice Ganda and Maricel Soriano

6. Be Careful With My Heart (ABS-CBN Productions Inc.)
Starring Richard Yap and Jodi Sta. Maria

7. Pagpag (ABS-CBN / Skylight / Regal)
Starring Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo

8. Sa Ngalan Ng Ama, Ina at Mga Anak ( Kuratong Baleleng )
Starring Robin Padilla, Daniel Padilla, and Mariel Rodriguez

9. Kimmy Dora prequel (Spring Films)
Starring Piolo Pascual and Eugene Domingo

10. My Super Kap (Imus Production)
Starring Bong Revilla, Ogie Alcasid, and Toni Gonzaga

11. Torky And My Little Bossing (OctoArts / MZET /APT / Kris Aquino
Starring Vic Sotto and Kris Aquino

12. Hope In A Bottle (Quantum)
Starring Ruffa Gutierrez, Maja Salvador, Angeline Quinto

13. Everybody Loves (Gung Ho Films Manila)
Starring Jake Cuenca, Jericho Rosales, Megan Young, and Maja Salvador

14. Boy Golden (Scenema Concept Intl.)
Starring Jeorge Estregan Jr. and KC Concepcion

15. Kulay Abo Ang Langit (Hubo Productions)
Starring Carla Abellana, Diether Ocampo, Cherie Gil and Matteo Guidicelli

Jodi Sta. Maria talks about annulment and getting married again!

Jodi Sta. Maria is riding the success of her number one daytime soap “Be Careful With My Heart” and thus she is now one of the in demand endorsers in the country!

jodi sta maria

Although she remains married to Pampi Lacson, who is also in relationship with Iwa Moto who is now pregnant, is hopeful that the annulment will happen soon:

 “Well ano siya, on the way.”

On being proposed by Jolo Revilla:

“Hindi, wala namang ganon. Ewan ko nga kung saan nanggaling yung kasalang issue na yan. Kasi nakita ko lang talaga siya nasa ano ako eh, nasa tour kami so wala pa, grabe naman, agad-agad naman. Siya lang makakasagot niyan tungkol sa proposal na yan. Basta we’re taking things slow so no need to rush naman.”

If ever Jolo pops the question?

“Like I said before, I have never lost faith in love. But marriage is a different thing, it’s a different story. So right now hindi pa ako ready.”

Richard Yap, Jodi Sta.Maria with the Cast of “Be Careful With My Heart” Concert in Los Angeles and Kissimmee All Set this May!

Richard Yap, Jodi Sta.Maria and Whole Cast of “Be Careful With My Heart” Concert in Los Angeles and Kissimmee All Set this May!

Well-respected Filipino TV and film critic Nestor Torre’s first impression of a relatively low-key ABS-CBN daytime teleserye with no superstars was portentous of great things to come.

He wrote back on July 13, 2012 in Inquirer.net:

MANY new teleseryes start out with a big bang, then quickly deteriorate into predictability and confusion, as their initial focus and impetus are compromised by contrary inputs and afterthoughts. It’s still early days, but we trust that “Be Careful with My Heart” will be able to resist and avoid that standard tailspin, because its first telecast last July 9 was a bright and breezy treat.”

Less than a year later, the daytime show with previously no big names is now a TV household phenomenon that garnered consistently high national ratings, beat much publicized primetime shows, won several TV awards including a finalist slot in the telenovela category of the prestigious 2013 New York Festivals (NYF)
World’s Best Television and Film, and gained millions of viewers all over the world who follow every episode on The Filipino Channel (TFC).

After drawing thousands of fans to their live city and provincial shows in the Philippines and scoring recently a Gold Record Award in sales for its official soundtrack album, the versatile team behind “Be Careful with My Heart” has embarked on its first ever World Tour which will take them to the U.S. for concerts on May 10 at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California and at the Silver Spurs Arena in Kissimmee, Florida on May 12.

Social media was immediately abuzz with thousands of engaged fans requesting for tour stops in their respective cities and states or asking for information how they can watch the shows and meet the cast. Interest is at fever pitch for the show’s followers to see the beloved characters of Sir Chief, Maya and family in person and watch them perform live.

The touring stars are equally excited to meet their global fans. Richard Yap (Sir Chief Ricardo Lim), Jodi Sta. Maria (Maya Dela Rosa), Mutya Orquia (Abby Lim), Rosario “Tart” Carlos (Doris) and Vivieka Vivieka(Sabel) have repeatedly chorused how thankful they are to their followers for the support they have received.  The cast invites the fans to continue joining the show’s characters in their journey, guaranteeing more fun, enjoyment and heart-melting “aww” moments.

Injecting extra tonnage of on-stage excitement to the “Be Careful with My Heart” U.S. concerts are seasoned live entertainers: multi-awarded, energetic Yeng Constantino, who has thrilled fans worldwide with her litany of pop-rock hits, and youthful rock tenor Jovit Baldivino, grand winner of the first season of “Pilipinas Got Talent”.These two singing champions delighted those who flocked last year to TFC Kapamilya Fun Day in Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, California, together with Eric Santos and Vina Morales.

TFC is committed to bringing the best of Filipino talent and entertainment to the world,” said ABS-CBN North America Ad Sales, Trade Marketing & Events Head Ricky Resurreccion. “With the phenomenal success of ‘Be Careful with My Heart’ and the persistent public clamor to see the cast perform in the U.S., we want to make sure that we deliver quality entertainment events that Filipinos have come to expect from TFC.

For the first TFC-produced event for 2013, we wanted to come up with a very special Mother’s Day treat for the entire family,” said ABS-CBN North America Managing Director Chinky De Jesus. “‘Be Careful with My Heart’ is the perfect choice to offer to TFC subscribers and fans because its simplicity and feel-good vibe appeals to every member of the family, leaving them with smiles in their hearts and generally feeling hopeful and upbeat about life.”

For more information on the “Be Careful with My Heart” U.S. concerts, please visit tfc-usa.com/events or visit and like TFCUSOfficial fan page on Facebook. Check out the TVC on http://tinyurl.com/czp3wuv.

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