Sylvia Sanchez (4th from left) with costars Aaron Villaflor, Dimples Romana, Joshua Garcia, Andi Eigenmann and Matt EvansGloria's (Sylvia Sanchez) story of love for her children and sacrifices to keep her family intact in “The Greatest Love” touched viewers nationwide.
The series will air its finale on April 21, serving up more explosive revelations to surprise viewers. “The Greatest Love” became an avenue to shed light about Alzheimer’s disease and its effect on filial relationships.
But Gloria and her children Amanda (Dimples Romana), Andrei (Matt Evans), Paeng (Aaron Villaflor) and Lizelle (Andi Eigenmann), and grandson Z (Joshua Garcia) proved that everyone can rise from such adversity when there is love and hope in everyone’s hearts.
Viewers nationwide tuned in to the heart-wrenching scenes of “The Greatest Love,” which has consistently won the ratings game every afternoon. It hit an all-time high national TV rating of 20.4%, according to data from Kantar Media.
The series also became an avenue to teach viewers about Alzheimer’s disease as it organized the Remembering Our Greatest Love: An Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness forum with the help of the Alzheimer’s Disease Association of the Philippines.