Set in Regal tradition, Bahay Kubo is a sweet and sentimental family
tale that is as endearing as the children’s song it is culled from.
Love and familial ties come together this season in a delightful comedy
drama filled with laughter and tears. Diamond star, Maricel Soriano
plays the role of Eden- a headstrong probinsyana who has a green thumb
for plants She will discover that aside from growing plants, she also
has green thumb for taking care of orphaned children.
Little did she know that the baby will give her sheer luck in her life,
children is heaven sent blessing, as a key to her true love and
happiness. Knowing that luck is packaged with the baby, this prompts
her to adopt Dahlia. Perry and Eden’s love bore them Rose. As the
couple take in more eggs on their maternal basket, success and luck
came rushing down in their crowded BAHAY KUBO and soon they transferred
in a big mansion.
Perry fueled by his ambitions, has unwittingly place his family in
dishonor and debt. Their children on the other hand begin a tug of war
to fight over their parental affections.
And no sooner than that, Eden finds the past catching up on her and
fate forces her to decide on the future of her children.
When her mother Ida (Gloria Romero) comes home with an abandoned baby,
Eden (Maricel Soriano) is at first outraged, but then becomes all the
more caring with Lily (Marian Rivera). Seeing this as her new calling,
fate begins to drop more eggs in her maternal basket. She soon finds
her Bahay Kubo swamped with orphans.
After a blind date, she meets Perry (Eric Quizon), a handsome, myopic
architect who easily falls for her and assumes the role of provider to
her existing brood.
Together as a couple, Eden and Perry struggle to pull off the daunting
task of raising children. Their love soon results in their first
biological child, Rose (Shaina Magdayao) But all is not as rosy as it
seems, as the family moves away from their bahay kubo to a mansion in
Manila, problems beset their growing household. Perry fueled by his
ambitions, has unwittingly place his family in dishonor and debt. Their
children on the other hand begin a tug of war to fight over their
parental affections. And no sooner than that, Eden finds the past
catching up on her and fate forces her to decide on the future of her
Bahay Kubo is a fable about home and family, for the ties that bind us
in our hearts will always bring us back home.
Starring: MARICEL SORIANO, ERIC QUIZON, EUGENE DOMINGO