The presence of the figure of the OFW already presupposes the diasporic discourse here.
Teleserye accurately suits the meaning of pop culture as a commercial culture mass-produced for mass consumption by the mass media. For instance, there still persists a strong Spanish and Latin American influence in the way we produce drama.
The limitations of this study are only those students who must have watched or still watching a teleserye. Moreover, the respondents consider the love team endorsers as huge factor in their purchase.
The characters moved in and out of these shared spaces, embodying cultural engagements and exchanges along the way.
Television Station will also be a help in understanding the effects of their teleserye in terms of the buying behavior of their audiences. Ever since, these stories have caught the attention of the mass. The length of the teleserye, though still dependent on market acceptability, was redefined by the way Koreans produced their Koreanovelas, as they have been shown here.
Also known for the iconic performance of Lorna Tolentino as the protagonist twins Lorrea and Lorrinda Guinto, it became the nation's first ever local television series to become a finalist to the Best Drama Series category of the International Emmy Awards inmarking the rise of the Philippines on the world television programming stage.
As a game changer, the importation of Latin American soap operas—and foreign soap-opera importation in general—became an easy alternative market mode for networks.
Shops are trying to adapt to this change. The show has since become the most successful Philippine television series on daytime block in and out of the Philippines.