Malta: A New Wave of Drama on 'D.R.E.A.M.S' TonightWritten by Marc Calleja Bayliss
In the past couple of days, we have endured a roller-coaster of innovations on the leading website which represents and supports the local music scene and that is why, we have not been able to promote one of the most respectable series to have ever been presented on television. In fact, Monday nights have become predominant for a number of people to kick back, set their feet on the coffee table with a cup of tea or a glass of their favourite drink and enjoy the musical drama series known as 'D.R.E.A.M.S' which is produced by Rewind Productions. Nevertheless, we have still been on the money following the show and there has been a lot of things happening with most of the storylines hitting new heights of despair.
The current main individual in the general storyline has to be Jasmine Vassallo Grima (Rachael Tedesco Triccas) who was first found out to be a thief by a jewellary store but when she does indeed get her punishment which would involve everyone in the school getting to know, she loses consciousness and is quickly taken to the hospital for a series of routine check-ups to see where the problem really lies. Nevertheless, when her mother, Doreen (Mariella Chetcuti Delmar) and her father, Joe (Martin Catania) find out it is a problem which could be related to cells, they start to worry. Apart from these respective health issues, the mother of Jade Vella Petroni (Rachel Genovese) is found to be possibly dead in her bed by her husband when she fails to show signs of life. In the meantime, Jade is at the hospital waiting for news about Jasmine and she is joined by Katya (Jade Cini), Antoinette (Analise Psaila) and Brandon (Jean Pierre Cassar). Whilst all this was going on, another student at the sixth form, Emma (Kayleigh Cassar) was still being haunted by her alter-ego Petra (Maria Farrugia). She is always being led to do things which are wrong as seen through a flashback and when Sally (Nicole Azzopardi) arrives, things might take a turning for the worst.
In this evenings' episode, things might be taking quite an interesting twist with this final storyline mentioned last week featuring Emma and Sally, seen as the introductionary note. A lot of other storylines which were not mentioned last week will also gain centre stage including for example Professor Cortis (Dorian Micallef) who speaks to his wife that the situation is delicate and things might not go her way this time round. The public also learns that Audrey, the mother of Jade has survived and now finds herself being looked after in hospital but it seems that the case is much more complicated than at first thought noting the prosecution against the Vella Petroni family as it seems to be. Gloria Soler (Joanne Busuttil) and Robert Soler (Andre Penza) also confront their respective issues, ones which should have been dealt with quite a couple of weeks before but nevertheless, it is never too late to address them. This is going to be yet another episode filled with excitement, drama and surprises beyond compare, something which the production and writing team has been working on for quite some time.
This television series is the original work of Evelyn Saliba La Rosa and Michael Vella Haber who in turn write the lyrics to all of the tracks performed as opposed to the music which is written by Ray Agius, the man who wrote the last two winners of the 'Konkors Kanzunetta Indipendenza' as well as the Maltese Eurovision entries in 1995 entitled 'Keep Me In Mind' and also in 1997 entitled 'Let Me Fly'. A number of supporting members of the cast have stunning musical credentials including former Junior Eurovision Song Contest representatives; Nicole Azzopardi (2010) and Daniel Testa (2008) whilst former Sfida contestant Rachel Genovese is also in the fray along with the stunning winner of 'ID' known as Analise Psaila. The episode will be airing at it's usual slot around 20:30 CET on Television Malta (TVM) which is the visual channel for the Public Broadcasting Services.