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PRODUCTION STAFF
Assistant Director GARRY FERNANDO
Production Manager CECIL PAZ
Senior Production Associate JOHN LEO GARCIA
Production Associate Trainees MARCELLA MADLANSACAY
Script Continuity GISELLE FLEURDELIS ANDRES
Caster GERRY BRICENIO
Gaffer SANDY CABIGTING
  BER CRUZ
  JOJO BRIZA
Field Cashier CESAR MOZO
Choreographers LOUIE TAN
Make up Artist for Aga Muhlach FERNANDO ESER
Hair & Make up Artist for Angel Locsin DENNIES "GLORIOUS" ASARAL

Jake Cuenca as DYLAN EVELINO

The second son of Governor Tony Evelino. Dylan is based in Manila, away from the dirty politics of his family in Tabang, Lambatan. He is continually aspiring to seek the approval of his father, and harbours jealousy over the favourite, albeit illegitimate son, Homer. Now, he is finally getting the chance to receive his father's recognition when he is tasked to carry on the family's political dynasty by running as vice-mayor of the town. With Cedes as his muse, the obsessive love he has for her will push him towards the gaining the acceptance he needs. He is entering this world with good intentions, but his family's power is so convincing that he might just get more than what he bargained for.

Angel Locsin as CEDES FERNANDEZ

Having been tossed around from one man to the other, Cedes is presently in the lifeless possession of Dylan and the family of the Evelinos. She had offered both her body and soul to the family out of indebtedness, and has no means of escape. She knows of the dangerous world she is about to enter; but she also knows of the dangers if she leaves it. All Cedes wants is to be able to find a reason to live again: the reason being love.

Aga Muhlach as EMMAN TOLEDO

After being away for seven years, Emman is back in his hometown without much to live for: His estranged son has been adopted and is migrating with his new family. His father and brother are constantly disapproving of his descisions. His dream of becoming a dancer has been lost. He sleeps on an empty bed, holding on to the memories of when life was a lot kinder to him. His only hope is to raise enough money to be able to put up his own dance studio, and when an opportunity presents itself for him to become a dance instructor for the upcoming Governor's Ball, Emman realizes that it is never too late to live – and love – again.