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Wednesday, April 10, 2019

The Crown Princess on GMA

Who else is watching The Crown Princess on GMA? To regular readers of my blog, it won’t be a surprise that I am watching this Thai drama now that it is being shown on Philippine TV. I became a big Nadech and Yaya fan since watching the show and I loved it so much that I am more than happy to watch it again, this time dubbed in Tagalog. 


Like I mentioned in a previous post, I found this series to be very entertaining and exciting because of the romance, drama and action. This is so well-made with amazing settings and great actors. To this day I try to keep tabs on the actors from this drama because I’ve become a fan of these people since watching the show. 

The series, subbed in Tagalog, started broadcasting on GMA last Monday, April 8. Since the length of time of each episode in Thailand is different from the Philippines, I think that the show will be on GMA for while – and I’m not going to be complaining about that! 

I love how GMA has been advertising the show by calling Nadech and Yaya the real-life power couple of Asia. With all the shows they’ve done together and how good they are, I think they deserve the title. Anyone who has seen their work, especially this one, would probably agree. 


For the Philippine airing, GMA has selected a song from Christian Bautista to be the theme song of the series. I think it gives the show a more Filipino feel. I would love to listen to the full song if it’s out there somewhere.  

I really hope that the show will have more fans now that it is being shown here in the Philippines. I’m so in love with this show and I hope that more people will feel the same way.  

A little trivia for the new viewers: Nadech and Yaya are not the only actors with a real-life personal relationship with someone in the show. The actors playing Prince Andre and Prince Alan are really father and son in real life!  

Asia’s Next Top Model fans would probably recognize Cindy Bishop, who plays Princess Mona. Filipino History Channel fans might also recognize Prince Will, aka Matthew Deane, who was on Celebrity Car Wars with Diego Loyzaga and Xian Lim.  

I’m looking forward to hearing about what other people think about The Crown Princess now that it’s here in the Philippines. If you’re a fan, please leave a message and share how you feel about the show! 

The Crown Princess is on Monday to Thursday at 10 PM on GMA. 
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  1. Ohhh my God,,i really really love them,,mababaliw ako x kanilang dalawa,,,ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

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