GMA Network has announced their newest adventure-filled fantasy series Sirkus, a family-orientated program about fraternal twins Mia and Miko who find themselves in the company of a travelling circus called Sirkus Salamanca after trying to escape from the hands of an evil villainess, which will begin airing via GMA Pinoy TV on 25 January.
Portraying Mia and Miko are two of today’s promising young actors Mikee Quintos and Mikoy Morales. Mikee, who won as the Best New Female TV Personality at the 2017 Star Awards for TV, is best known for her role as Lira in the hit telefantasya series Encantadia. Mikoy, on the other hand, is a finalist in the reality TV show Protégé: The Battle for The Big Artista Break.
After their parents mysteriously disappear, Mia and Miko will have to rely on the protection of a rag-tag group of circus performers who include a magician, a fire-breather, an acrobat, a strongman, and a clairvoyant. In the middle of this cat-and-mouse chase, the circus becomes key to revealing the truth about the siblings’ identity. They will eventually learn the reason behind the villainess’ obsession to catch them.
Joining Mikee and Mikoy in this colorful series are some of today’s brightest stars: Andre Paras, who plays the lovable strongman Martel; Chariz Solomon as the quirky clairvoyant Astra; Sef Cadayona as the funny acrobat Al; and Klea Pineda as the gorgeous fire-breather Selfira. Veteran actor Gardo Versoza plays Leviticus—the leader of the Sirkus Salamanca who will serve as the father figure of the twins.
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