Meet the Cast of this Generation's 'Bagets: Just Got Lucky!'

The classic 80's youth-oriented movie "Bagets" from Viva Films now returns in a TV series. This time it is "Bagets: Just Got Lucky" which introduces the freshest stars in the industry!

"Bagets: Just Got Lucky" just recently premieres in TV5. New faces and new teen stars lead this newest weekly youth-oriented mini-series. Do you already know them?! Who among them do you think reprises the previous roles of Aga Muchlach, William Martinez, Richard Bonnin, Raymond Launchengco, and Herbert Bautista as well as their love interests?!

Well, let's all watch this teasers featuring the new cast and characters of "Bagets" 2011! Here they go:

Aki Torio as Hiro Galura

Josh Padilla as Jules Soriano

Johan Lourens as Santi Pecson

Rico Dela Paz as JC Enriquez

AJ Muhlach as Ace Delgado

Meg Imperial as Liezl Rubio

Nadine Lustre as Georgina Evangelista

Shy Carlos as Gayle Fresnido

Eula Caballero as Tara Montes

Well, let's enumerate the new cast of "Bagets: Just Got Lucky" for you to know them more:

The boys:

AJ Muhlach (Aga’s half brother, XLR8 memeber) as Ace

Aki Torio as Hero (from the boy band XLR8),

Josh Padilla (son of Gino Padilla who everyone thinks looks better than his dad) as Jules,

Rico de la Paz (from Star Factor) as JC

Yohan Laurence (discovered in recent auditions) as Santi.

Their girls:

Eula Caballero as Tara,

Nadine Ilustre (Pop Girls member) as George

Shey ( of Pop Girls) as Gail

Meg Imperial as Liezl

The parents are played by Bernadette Allison, Biboy Ramirez, Almira Muhlach and Cheska Inigo (Cheska was in “Bagets 2”). The only member of the first “Bagets” flick who’s in the TV remake is Raymond Lauchengco playing his original role there, Arnel, who is now the teacher of the second generation Bagets boys. Three other teen boys will be introduced as the bullies who play villains to the Bagets boys and three other teen girls as Mean Girls.

They say that the former 90's hot love team Angelou De Leon and Bobby Andrews were also part of this said remake. But since Bobby is still part of the hit TV series "Mara Clara" in the rival network, his part here didn't prosper.

Mark Reyes is the director of this newest teen-oriented TV series.

Do you love now the new cast?! Go, go, go Bagets! c",)

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