Malta: Another Evening on 'D.R.E.A.M.S'Written by Marc Calleja Bayliss
The Public Broadcasting Services is celebrating fifty years since their inception in 2012 and they have carefully re-assessed their schedule becoming more current and in touch with the present world within the content of their programmes. Monday nights have become quite notable on Television Malta actually with the musical series 'D.R.E.A.M.S' amassing quite a large audience of all respective demographics. One would prepare a nice cup of tea, maybe a snack and sick down in front of Television Malta to once more enjoy another episode. Following the performance of the main cast at the Malta Eurovision Song Contest, they have somewhat become even more popular as they have also captured the hearts of an international audience who were enchanted to hear the Maltese language being sung within a national selection.
Last week, the entangled web of various storylines continued growing deeper with most of the main characters getting some form of recognition and continuation. Emma (Kayleigh Cassar) speaks to Jake Perry (Jean Paul Carbonaro) about her past and the fact that she had always been a star pupil, an element which ultimately led to her downfall and to imagining Petra (Maria Farrugia). As soon as he acknowledges that he wishes to help her, she believes that she does not require the help and storms off without an explaination. In the past couple of episodes, Greta who used to go out with Peter Fava (Johann Curmi) found out that he and her best friend; Jessica Spiteri (Mary Louise Wiffen) were in a relationship and this did not bode well with her creating a rift between the new couple. Peter decides that for the sake of his new found love interest, he would speak to her and hope that eveything settles down but will it be enough? The issues of Jade Vella Petroni (Rachel Genovese) stem to her mother it seems who seems to want her to keep her figure. The attitude that she brings in when hearing there was food at the party was alarming with her charming character turning into a spiteful one.
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 '' and in 1997 bearing the name ''. A number of supporting members of the cast have stunning musical credentials including former Junior Eurovision Song Contest representatives; and , former Malta Eurosong finalist and host; , former Sfida Contestant Rachel Genovese, performer and the ever so stunning winner of 'ID'; . Therefore don't forget to tune in to Television Malta (TVM) this evening after the special broadcast from the Maltese Parliament at about 21:20 CET for another episode of 'D.R.E.A.M.S'.
Source: Press Release, Jessica Vella De Sauveterre