‘Mano Po Legacy: The Family Fortune’ moves to an earlier time slot beginning Feb. 7

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  • Loyal viewers of GMA and Regal Entertainment’s hit primetime series “Mano Po Legacy: The Family Fortune” will have more reason to get hooked to their favorite soap as it moves to an earlier timeslot beginning Monday, Feb. 7, after “I Left My Heart in Sorsogon.”

    Top-billed by Barbie Forteza, Sunshine Cruz, Maricel Laxa, and Boots Anson-Roa, the intriguing series revolves around the members of a prominent Chinese-Filipino family after the business tycoon and leader of the clan died unexpectedly. Joining the powerhouse cast are David Licauco, Nikki Co, Rob Gomez, and Dustin Yu together with Almira Muhlach, David Chua, Darwin Yu, and Casie Banks.

    As the power struggle between Valerie (Maricel Laxa) and Cristine (Sunshine Cruz) over the family’s conglomerate intensifies, how will Joseph’s (Rob Gomez) love confession affect Steffy’s (Barbie Forteza) responsibilities for Christine? Tensions rise as brothers Joseph and Anton (David Licauco) continue to fall for the same girl. Will this drive the two apart? Will Consuelo (Boots Anson-Roa) succeed in protecting the family’s reputation and legacy?

    ‘Mano Po Legacy: The Family Fortune’ – under the helm of Director Ian Lorenos together with 2nd unit Directors Easy Ferrer and Joey De Guzman and conceptualized by Creative Head and Head Writer Jose Javier Reyes – is the first installment in the Mano Po Legacy anthology.

    Catch ‘Mano Po Legacy: The Family Fortune,’ 8:50 p.m., after ‘I Left My Heart in Sorsogon’ on GMA Telebabad.

    Viewers abroad can also catch the program via GMA Pinoy TV. Stay updated about your favorite Kapuso shows and artists by logging on to GMANetwork.com. (mb.com entertainment)

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