Think Desperate Housewives minus the husbands.
Women power and friendship is the theme of an all-new weekly sitcom on TV5 that will bring together some of the most famous actresses in the industry beginning August 9. They are Lorna Tolentino, Gelli de Belen, Ritz Azul, Mitch Valdes and Ruffa Gutierrez, and introducing Andie Gomez—stars of the upcoming comedy Misterless Misis.
TV5 presented the beautiful and talented cast this week at a press conference, which explained how the show will highlight the modern-day lives of today’s Filipinas, while showcasing the fulfillment and challenges of being independent women in a realis-tic albeit humorous way.
Misterless Misis tells the story of six women who share a unique bond of friendship as they draw strength in each other in coping with their individual lives of being “mister-less.”
In her TV5 comeback, multi-awarded actress Lorna Tolentino plays the role of Jenny, a career-oriented woman who is single and jaded when it comes to love. Gelli de Belen plays the role of Lisa, wife of an OFW who is bombarded by the incessant rumor of the alleged philandering of her husband. Homegrown TV5 actress Ritz Azul, on the other hand, plays the role of Mia, a sexy and mysterious young lady who just recently moved in the neighborhood. Out of curiosity, the other five women all come up with theories as to why Mia is always visited by various men in her house.
Seasoned performer Mitch Valdes plays the role of Elsa, a newly widowed tenant in the compound who finds it hard to move on from the death of her husband. New comer Andie Gomez plays the role of Tiny, daughter of Elsa who got pregnant at an early age. Marked by overflowing confidence, Tiny believes that she easily attracts men.
Completing the cast of this weekend sitcom is showbiz royalty Ruffa Gutierrez who plays the role of Diana, a separated wife who never gives up on her hopes of finding Mr. Right.
Under the direction of Mark Meily, Misterless Misis will show how friendship and laughter make the lives of strong-willed women all the more interesting in this day and age.
Misterless Misis will air every Sunday starting August 9 at 9 p.m.