Dimples Romana Stages Teleserye Comeback With “High Street”

Andrea Brillantes admits pressure for “High Street” to match the success of its first season, “Senior High”

After temporarily focusing on her newfound career as a news personality on TV5, Dimples Romana is all set to make a teleserye once again.

She will be part of the upcoming ABS-CBN primetime series “High Street,” which is the second season of the highly successful teen drama “Senior High” headlined by Andrea Brillantes.

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Dimples Romana

The cast was revealed in a promotional video uploaded by Dreamscape Entertainment yesterday, March 25, 2024.

Andrea still headlines the series with Juan Karlos “JK” Labajo, Zaijian Jaranilla, Miggy Jimenez, Tommy Alejandrino, Gela Atayde, Xyriel Manabat, and Elijah Canlas.

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(L-R) Director Lino Cayetano, Zaijian Jaranilla, Miggy Jimenez, Elijah Canlas, Xyriel Manabat, JK Labajo, Andrea Brillantes, Gela Atayde, Tommy Alejandrino, director Onat Diaz

Daniela Stranner and Kyle Echarri are no longer part of the cast as they are part of another upcoming primetime series, “Pamilya Sagrado.”

Angel Aquino, Mon Confiado, Ana Abad Santos, Angeli Bayani, Inka Magnaye, Rans Rifol, and Gerald Madrid get to reprise their characters from “Senior High.”

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(L-R) Onat Diaz, Mon Confiado, Gerald Madrid, Angeli Bayani, Inka Magnaye, Rans Rifol, Ana Abad Santo, Angel Aquino, Lino Cayetano

Aside from Dimples, joining the cast are Romnick Sarmenta, AC Bonifacio, and “Zoomers” cast members Ralph de Leon and Harvey Bautista.

Harvey is the son of actor-politician Herbert Bautista.

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(L-R) Onat Diaz, Ralph de Leon, AC Bonifacio, Dimples Romana, Harvey Bautista, Romnick Sarmenta, Lino Cayetano

The series will be directed by Onat Diaz and Lino Cayetano, with Erick Salud as business unit head and Ayi Tamayo as the creative manager.

Former business unit head Kylie Manalo-Balagtas was officially introduced as the new head of Dreamscape Entertainment with Rondel Lindayag as head of creatives.

Dimples’ teleserye comeback

Dimples’s last teleserye was the action-drama series “The Iron Heart.”

After “The Iron Heart,” Dimples tried a new route in her career when she signed up with TV5 as one of its news personalities, hosting the public affairs magazine program “Gud Morning Kapatid.”

She also tried newscasting for showbiz news in the TV5 flagship newscast “Frontline Pilipinas.”

Early this year, Dreamscape Enterainment posted photos from their separate meetings with Dimples and Andrea. The project serves as their reunion after starring in “Kadenang Ginto” from 2018 to 2020.

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“High Street”: “Senior High” part two

“Senior High” ended on a cliffhanger in January 2024, where its main villain played by Mon was still alive after falling off a building.

Now, “High Street” will take place five years after the scandals that happened in Northford High.

In the announcement released by Dreamscape, Andrea admits that there is pressure to match the success of the first season.

She told co-stars JK Labajo and Angel Aquino, “Ako, excited at saka mixed emotions din kasi lagi kapag may part two, of course, may pressure to be as good or to make it better than the first one.”

More details are yet to be announced by Dreamscape Entertainment about “High Street.”

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