Despite busy weeks of Eurovision, TVM decided to keep their local dramas going on regularly. One of the most watched television dramas right now is obviously D.R.E.A.M.S which airs every Wednesday at 20:45 CET on the Maltese official channel TVM. After a huge success last year, Rewind Productions came back to another year and season 2. This night, this local musical televised drama hits it's 25th episode from season 2. Every week, this series is getting bigger and the stories seem to get always a bit more mixed up into each other leaving quite a positive impact on the audience. Nevertheless, this week many stories will continue and this episode is one to get many sense from, so it is better not to miss it in a couple of minutes.
The story will continue with quite a good vibe and mysterious actions going on. Helen Pillow will be seen going to knock Betty's door to ask about Paul, Diane's father in the series. She, then, gets to know that her teenager kids, Lara Dimech playing the role of Karen and Mikhail Attard being Jeremy were already searching for the same man while finding Karen's biological father. Another scene will involve the grown ups, Greta and Jessica, where Greta goes knocking Jessica's door to give her something. This will quite sum up their story or open their story once again since Greta and Jessica broke their friendship a while ago fighting about another man. The twin sister Hilda, mostly known as Finnigin, is out of jail and is trying to help an unjustified woman that was sent to jail being innocent.
Hilda attends her first day of work at her new job while her twin sister Flavia is in jail where she changed the roles with her sister. Paul, the previously named character, took his daughter to school where in the car she asked him about Helen Pillow, the same one who Karen and Jeremy asked about. She is suspicious what Helen had to do in her father's life and what will Paul tell her? Another story that is one of the main ones right now is that of Antoinette, being Annalise Psaila in real life, Brendon, Jean Pierre Cassar, and Tiffany, acted out by Kristen Camilleri. Antoinette gets to meet Brendon and Tiffany together. What will happen about Brendon and Antoinette's relationship? What about Tiffany and her dad? What will Antoinette tell them when she sees them? Watch tonight's for many of the answers. Stay tuned to escflashmalta.com, also on Facebook and Twitter for all of the latest news as soon as it becomes available.
Source: Rewind Productions
escflashmalta.com is currently focusing on the upcoming edition of the Eurovision Song Contest whilst keeping dibs on the latest news from the local music scene and one of the features which we promote highly is that of the television series, D.R.E.A.M.S whose script is written by Evelyn Saliba La Rosa and Michael Vella Haber with original songs composed by Maestro Ray Agius. The element of creating original music in Maltese was met extremely well by music critics and this gives the public the opportunity to venture out of the typical drama. Maestro Ray Agius is an established composer noting that he has achieved success locally and internationally with two of his songs in particular, representing Malta at the Eurovision Song Contest, where they achieved top ten results. These were of course; Keep Me In Mind by Mike Spiteri in 1995 and Let Me Fly by Debbie Scerri in 1997 and both achieved top ten results for Malta. The series which airs on Television Malta, the main organ of transmittion for the Public Broadcasting Services will return for a twenty-second episode this evening.
A plot is known to have a series of twists and they are definitely not lacking at the moment in the case of Karen (Lara Dimech) who recently learned from her mother, Helen (Roberta Briffa) that her father is not the figure she has known for all the past couple of years but Paul (Kevin De Leonardo). This will surely come as a shock to many for the simple reason that his name is not new, and indeed so because he also happens to be the father of Diane (Michela Galea). Karen who is being accompanied by her brother, Jeremy (Mikhail Attard) is dumbfounded at how the cards have played out in what was meant to be the final house of the night. The second story which is receiving a lot of coverage at the moment is the one featuring Frances (Sabina Attard) whose sole is to convince her husband, Samwel (Joseph Fenech) that she is innocent of the fraud charges that landed her in prison in the first place. Pamela (Lara Cuschieri) had played her cards right in a bid to get the former job that Frances had as a high level executive and the man whom she truly loved. Nevertheless, Amber (Celine Cuschieri) was having none of this and she was foiling Pamela's plans in a series of lies.
Samwel is visited by someone at the door, that someone most likely being Hilda (Evelyn Saliba La Rosa) but this will be revealed this evening. In the meantime, Antoinette (Annalise Psaila) is still seemingly being given the cold shoulder by Brandon (Jean Pierre Cassar) over numerous faults created specifically by Tiffany (Kristen Camilleri). Jade (Rachel Genovese), Jasmine (Rachael Tedesco Triccas) and Katia (Jade Cini) will be trying their best to show the evidence they have acquired against Tiffany but will he believe them or will he rather believe his mind. His reaction might be expected but what will it unfold. Antoinette on the other hand is told of the issues at hand and decides to confront Tiffany this evening but the latter might be playing her cards right, so much so that deception might the key to success in this storyline. The social stratosphere has taken an intriguing turn of late but nevertheless, when turning back to the limitation of a classroom with Carlo Francalanza (Joe Tanti), it seems that everyone is seemingly spaced out but what is the reason behind this? Another scintillating episode of D.R.E.A.M.S awaits on Television Malta right after the evening news bulletin at around 20:45 CET. Remember that every part of the episode bears a lot of importance and thus it is vital that one sees it through.
Source: Rewind Productions
Fejn Tħobb il-Qalb and Fjura Fil-Kantina are two of the most recognised songs in the local music industry and tend to be played heavily either on radio or through guest appearances. They were both composed by none other than Maestro Ray Agius, one of the most renowned songwriters in the country. Despite being known mostly for writing the music, he has also been the individual behind some fantastic lyrics, making him a true all rounder. Nevertheless, his role in the series series entitled D.R.E.A.M.S is that of composer with lyrics being written by Michael Vella Haber and Evelyn Saliba La Rosa. The duo are also responsible for writing the script for the series, dictating the way that it evolves and creating a couple of loop holes along the way. escflashmalta.com has always been proud to support upcoming artists and this is one series which promotes the future of the local music industry. The series which airs on Television Malta, the main organ of transmittion for the Public Broadcasting Services will return for a twenty-first episode this evening.
Jade (Rachel Genovese) was surely the individual providing most of the comic moments in the past episode noting that she had to create a diversion in order for Katia (Jade Cini) to swipe the phone off Brandon (Jean Pierre Cassar). Indeed, this was a success when she almost suffocated him. The idea was to try and reveal Tiffany (Kristen Camilleri) as a completely crazed lunatic whose affections for Brandon have clouded her judgement in a bid to reclaim him from Antoinette (Annalise Psaila) who has been left out of this respective plot. In a close knit meeting, Jade alongside Katia and Jasmine (Rachael Tedesco Triccas) succeed but nevertheless, their plans might be foiled when Brandon realises what happened. It will be intriguing to see what reaction he will have especially as he confronts them with regards to the possibility that they might have his phone. Amber (Celine Cuschieri) was the second teenager involved in last weeks' storyline as her life is seemingly becoming public thanks to her friends, Chloe (Michela Dalli) and Lara (Petra Bugeja) being relatively nosey. In the past episode, Samwel (Joseph Fenech) was seen reuniting with Pamela (Lara Cuschieri) but nevertheless, it seems that the female counterpart in the equation is not feeling the moment and is trying to confront him.
The reality of it all is that the public actually knows that it is Amber who is lying in this situation in an effort to lure his father away from Amber as her mother, Frances (Sabina Attard) is soon to be released from prison. At this point in time, Amber is going to be seen as extremely frustrated with the situation now that her friends know the truth about her mother. Chloe and Lara try to reach out and do their utmost to ease the situation but Amber won't have any of it unfortunately and thus the problem will continue to grow. The final individual who will surely be involved this time round is Karen (Lara Dimech) who most recently found out that the individual she thought to be her father was not and therefore, she is setting out on a father hunt with or without the help of Jeremy (Mikhail Attard). She did wake him up in the middle of the night but he seems to have a plan for more issues to come to light, ones which would resolve other issues. Another scintillating episode of D.R.E.A.M.S awaits on Television Malta right after the evening news bulletin at around 20:45 CET. Remember that every part of the episode bears a lot of importance and thus it is vital that one sees it through.
Source: Rewind Productions
Keep Me In Mind performed by Mike Spiteri and Let Me Fly sung by Debbie Scerri were both written by Maestro Ray Agius, one of the most accomplished songwriters in the present generation. Apart from penning the aforementioned tracks which represented the country at the Eurovision Song Contest achieving success within the top ten internationally, he has also written tracks such as Fejn Tħobb il-Qalb and Fjura fil-Kantina, both sung by Mike Spiteri. Original music has been put forward to Michael Vella Haber and Evelyn Saliba La Rosa, who in turns have been writing lyrics and creating a storyline, which is transcended to the audience in a television series entitled D.R.E.A.M.S which airs on Television Malta, the main organ of transmittion for the Public Broadcasting Services. escflashmalta.com has always been proud to support upcoming artists and this is one series which promotes the future of the local music industry. Rewind Productions in collaboration with Television Malta will be airing the twenteeth episode this evening.
Sue Busuttil (Ruth Sammut Casingena) was the main focus in the past episode noting that she had somewhat single handedly foiled the plot for her sister, Cynthia (Stephanie Attard Vella) and Edward (Manuel Cutajar). This unveiling might actually lead to the re-uniting of a couple in the form of Robert (Andre' Penza) and Gloria (Joanne Busuttil), The spotlight this week is mostly on the teenagers though especially for the simple reason that they seem to have been out of the loop apart from the storyline which features Karen (Lara Dimech) who has discovered that the man she believed was her father is actually not and therefore has to find out who her true father is. Nevertheless, in recent weeks, the stories surrounding the teen relationships have been very much exclusively breaking down and it seems that things have not taken a turn for the better where Brandon (Jean Pierre Cassar) and Antoinette (Annalise Psaila) are involved. There is hope though that the relationship could eventually improve with a certain aid being brought in, one in the form of the dynamic trio.
Jade (Rachel Genovese), Katia (Jade Cini) and Jasmine (Rachael Tedesco Triccas) are working hard to make sure that Tiffany (Kristen Camilleri) does not get away with breaking up the power couple of Brandon and Antoinette. On the other hand, going back to the first years, Chloe (Michela Dalli) and Lara (Petra Bugeja) join Amber (Celine Cushcieri) in the library where the latter ends up meeting with Philip Roger Triganza III (Damian Buhagiar). The tension between these two is just hilarious and therefore another encounter could very much get the people raring to go. The possibility of a brand new couple is also existent but nevertheless, a lot of work is required. Chloe and Lara might also be learning of this new found love and as a matter of fact, this is the reason why this relationship could ultimately go public. Tonight! Another scintillating episode of D.R.E.A.M.S awaits on Television Malta right after the evening news bulletin at around 20:45 CET. Remember that every part of the episode bears a lot of importance and thus it is vital that one sees it through.
Source: Rewind Productions
Lemons are existent for a purpose, and that is to be turned into lemonade and whilst situations might look somewhat difficult at times, one has to see the light at the end of the tunnel and encounter the issue head on. Writing is one of the stumbling blocks that an individual may face especially when it is a line of work because being original and creative takes a lot of time and dedication. Evelyn Saliba La Rosa and Michael Vella Haber would like to transcend their thoughts into a script and that is why the television series D.R.E.A.M.S came into existence with a flair for music inspired by international sitcoms such as Glee and Smash amongst others. Scriptwriting is one thing but penning the lyrics to songs composed by Maestro Ray Agius is clearly another and it seems that success is always well attributed. escflashmalta.com has always been proud to support upcoming artists and this is one series which promotes the future of the local music industry. Rewind Productions in collaboration with Television Malta will be airing the nineteenth episode this evening.
Gloria (Joanne Busuttil) and Robert (Andre' Penza) are no longer married according to the recent progression of events noting that separation papers have been filed and it seems that Edward (Manuel Cutajar) is already taking advantage of the situation by virtue of asking her out on a date. Despite the reluctance, Gloria accepts on the condition that they are just friends. Celebration is definitely not a word that comes to mind in her current situation but nevertheless, Edward had other plans and it seems that she is being played big time. The audience knows a bit of the background story but nevertheless, the relationship with Cynthia (Stephanie Attard Vella) is very much difficult to understand. The truth is always revealed at one point and it seems that more will be known by tonight! Relationships in recent weeks have somewhat been extremely messy whether inclined within a family or whether developing in terms of love. The next couple to garner airtime is the one featuring Jade (Rachel Genovese) and Alex (Luke Brincat) who are keeping things at an extremely low profile.
The two absolutely hated each other at the beginning as seen when given the assignment by Carlo Francalanza (Joe Tanti) but it seems that the social issues that they both seem to be facing incorporating the element of exclusion has brought them together. Moments are hard to get and during a conversation between Alex and Jade, it seemed that things were steadily progressing until the former gets a phonecall, most likely from Gina (Josephine Fuller), his mother unless it was someone who might be spying on the whole family. The story is once more pretty much in the dark and the audience might have to wait a while until they come to know of all the details. Helen (Roberta Briffa) gave Karen (Lara Dimech) a lot of hefty information to handle especially for a teenager raising a child but despite disappointing her daughter in not giving her the name of her actual father, she is seemingly giving clues and hands her a note with some details scribbled down. Tonight! Another scintillating episode of D.R.E.A.M.S awaits on Television Malta right after the evening news bulletin at around 20:45 CET.
Source: Rewind Productions
Fejn Tħobb il-Qalb and Fjura fil-Kantina are two of the most popular compositions in the music industry and have long become a part of the music heritage that the country has to offer. The individual behind them was none other than Maestro Ray Agius who also contributed to the nations' success in the Eurovision Song Contest with Keep Me In Mind in 1995 and Let Me Fly in 1997. He is currently writing brand new tracks for what has been coined as the popular music drama known as D.R.E.A.M.S with both the lyrics of the songs along with the script written by Michael Vella Haber and Evelyn Saliba La Rosa. Both have garnered experience of scriptwriting throughout the years and their projects have somewhat always proven successful. In the meantime, With original tracks performed each week to a scintillating script, it is no wonder why this series has proved popular finally giving those teenagers a proper line of drama to follow on television. Rewind Productions in collaboration with Television Malta will be airing the eighteenth episode this evening.
Turmoil. Clearly the word that needs to be used to describe the current state of the relationship between Brandon (Jean Pierre Cassar) and Antoinette (Annalise Psaila) especially after a meeting with Damian (Andre' Mangion) which was not perceived in the manner it was truly conducted. This was nevertheless another plan set-up by Tiffany (Kristen Camilleri) who is starting to get on the nerves of many of the audience for the simple reason that her plot of bringing Brandon and Antoinette apart is working. Still, it seems that Katia (Jade Cini) is seemingly getting to the bottom of things. Karen (Lara Dimech) is visited by her mother, Helena (Roberta Briffa) after several years of no communication whatsoever and it seems that conscience is becoming more of an issue over what Jeremy (Mikhail Attard) heard his grandmother (Maria Attard) say on the phone whilst passing by her room on his way to bed late at night.
Sue (Ruth Sammut Casingena) has somewhat become a protagonist and an antagonist at the very same time for the simple reason that despite the fact that she has clear feelings for Robert (Andre' Penza) she has never acted on them but others are doing so on their behalf and have led to the dissolution of the marriage to Gloria (Joanne Busuttil). Edward (Manuel Cutajar) is doing everything in his will to make sure that this takes place and thus is working closely with Cynthia (Stephanie Attard Vella). Turning attention to prison where Hilda (Evelyn Saliba La Rosa) is serving her sentence having been part of a robbery, she was visited by her identical twin sister, Flavia (Evelyn Saliba La Rosa). The conversations are far less intense nowadays after the truth of the past was revealed. Hilda cannot do anything from prison and therefore she asks Flavia a favour, one which might be a bit too difficult to carry out but nevertheless, possible. Tune in tonight at 20:45 CET for another stunning episode of D.R.E.A.M.S only on Television Malta.
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One of the most important elements in scripts adhering to the programmes that appear on local television screens is surely national identity because one must have pride in order to success. An audience could easily be captured if the story-line is proven to be realistic and thus relatable to real life and this is something that has been envisioned by Michael Vella Haber and Evelyn Saliba La Rosa who have taken on the challenge to write a drama about teenagers and the society around them. Nevertheless, what has been seen to be different in D.R.E.A.M.S is the idea of getting the points across through the medium of original songs, composed by Maestro Ray Agius who has co-written some of the most iconic tracks in the industry. The closest series from an international standpoint is seemingly Smash starring Katherine McPhee and Megan Hilty as they are the ones with original songs. Rewind Productions in collaboration with Television Malta will be airing the seventeenth episode this evening.
In this evenings' episode, it seems that most of the storylines continue to add up although that does not mean that complications won't be revealed, far from it. Brandon (Jean Pierre Cassar) and Antoinette (Annalise Psaila) have been playing around with several issues as of late and it seems that their relationship might take another turn for the worse having learned of a meeting with Brandon's brother, Damian (Andre' Mangion). The real reason of this rendez-vous so to speak is still up in the air but nevertheless, it was set up by Tiffany (Kristen Camilleri) who is going out of her way to make sure that the relationship goes up in flames. Speaking of Tiffany, could it actually be that she is dissapointed over her scheming or is she enjoying everything as two people who had actually been in love continue to drift apart due to her involvement? This is unknown but nevertheless, the fact that her household is always relatively tense due to her fathers' mental incapabilities, it might be proving to be an escape route.
On the other hand, one has to remember that Brandon and Antoinette have the same group of friends who have been seemingly missing in these past couple of weeks but has someone managed to get a drift of what's happening, willing to expose Tiffany and her foul play? That will be seen this evening but not before attention turning back to the adults, most especially Gloria (Joanne Busuttil) and Robert (Andre' Penza) whose rocky marriage continues to deter relatively quickly since the revelations of what happened during their time in college. Gloria was pregnant but in her last appearance, she revealed that she had lost the child following the stress that she has been put under. She is currently trying to re-invent her life, one which might not include Robert at this stage. Whilst people face their rocky relationships, Finnigan (Evelyn Saliba La Rosa) is still in prison and it seems that there will be some sort of panic this evening, one which might encompass more than just a character. The reasons for which this might happened are unknown. Nevertheless, all will be revealed tonight on Television Malta at 20:45 CET.
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Innovation is key behind the attraction of an audience especially when a series is about to debut on television whether local or foreign. Michael Vella Haber and Evelyn Saliba La Rosa are not newcomers to the scene when it comes to scriptwriting but this particular project entitled D.R.E.A.M.S proved to be more of a challenge considering that apart from writing the storyline to be acted out, they also had to pen original lyrics in Maltese language to songs composed by Maestro Ray Agius. The outcome has been flawless with most of the songs still ringing in my head weeks after their original airing. Critics who might have it compared to Glee would not be correct because in the foreign series, original songs are rare but in this case, they have become a weekly endeavour which many look forward to viewing. Rewind Productions in collaboration with Television Malta will be airing the sixteenth episode this evening.
In the past couple of weeks, during the hiatus, many people had been discussing what happened to certain characters throughout the course of the season and as a matter of fact, those who did not make numerous appearances thus far have somewhat returned for their time in the spotlight. Jessica (Maria Louise Wiffen) and Peter (JJ Curmi) have somewhat hit a stumbling block in the form of Greta (Stephanie Vella) although seems to be blindsighted about the fact that her boyfriend and his ex-girlfriend slept together following a drunken stupor. Jessica shows a sense of urgency and goes to see Greta straight away but might get to know the whole truth now that she has taken this issue in her own hands. On the other hand, back to the students at the sixth form with a resounding importance towards Maria Sultana (Marie-Claire Sammut) who has always been seen as the outcast due to her shy personality and her coming out which has inflicted a lot of personal problems both at school and back at home. Life is not as one expects it to be and her romantic life is definitely not playing out well it seems. She confronts someone in this episode, but who?
The interesting story that many have somewhat been expecting to see untangle as quickly as possible is the one between Brandon (Jean Pierre Cassar) and Antoinette (Annalise Psaila), the first couple to come together in the drama and the one which has somewhat given the best original song thus far, that being Melodija ta' Ħajti and a spin-off version known as Melodija Ġdida. Their devil in disguise is seemingly Tiffany (Kristen Camilleri) who does not want to let go of the fact that Brandon dumped her in order to go on with his life. Nevertheless, the fact that she lies to her father, a dimensia sufferer that she is still dating him explains her intentions clearly. Jeremy (Mikhail Attard) is quite surprised over what he overheard in the telephone coversation between Barbara (Maria Attard) and his own mother, Helen (Roberta Briffa). Nevertheless, it is still unclear whether he would be ready to tell Karen (Lara Dimech) about it. Back to the adults and indeed, Audrey (Marisa Zahra) and Anton (Sam Cutajar) who are of course the parents of Jade (Rachel Genovese), are still working out the issues between them or rather the mental issues which have come to affect Audrey a tad too much. This and much more on this evenings' episode of the series, D.R.E.A.M.S which airs on Television Malta from 20:30 CET onwards!
Source: Rewind Productions
Five years ago, a student reading for a degree at the University of Malta was still in secondary school, preparing to sit for the Ordinary Levels which in turn lead to post-secondary education and this particular element denotes that whilst the years speed ahead, the individual grows older and wiser. At this particular point in time, students are getting ready to sit for their examinations, ones which will make or break the future and sitting down on the sofa or an armchair at the end of a hard working day will surely be pivotal to the relaxation of the being. One of the best ways to relax is surely through watching the hit drama musical series known as D.R.E.A.M.S written by Michael Vella Haber and Evelyn Saliba La Rosa with production credit going to the notable company, Rewind. Original compositions by Maestro Ray Agius are a definite aid to getting the whole point across and considering the questions that have been raised since the beginning of the series, it is not wonder why the audiences just cannot help but tune in and watch. This evenings’ episode, the fourteenth of the series will be airing at 21:30 CET on Television Malta, the national broadcaster.
On this weeks’ episode of the series, the focus will be on the students attending sixth form noting that they continue to face situations which are true and very much real. Amber (Celine Cuschieri) is a first year student and part of the trio that are emerging as quite dynamic but she seems to be the one missing out on all the positives in life and as she continues to explain her bruises to her father, Samuel (Joseph Fenech), belief might be too strong a word. Speaking about first year students, then comes Saidah (Drizilla Bakoush) whom as many have realised in the past couple of episodes, has shown a lot of interest towards Keith (Leander Schembri), although the male teen definitely has something else up his sleeve having started conversations which instil him as a true racist and unwilling to accept diversity in society. This relationship, if it could be really called that is just a ploy which she is falling to rapidly despite the positive advice given by her best friends.
In the meantime, Brandon (Jean Pierre Cassar) and Antoinette (Annalise Psaila) are feeling very uncomfortable as they come across each other in classes after dinner with the parents and the relationship is very much hanging by a thread at this moment in time. It will be quite interesting to see how it will evolve in the next couple of episodes. The story behind Alex (Luke Brincat) will be evolving more in this weeks’ episode with his mothers’ confidante Alistair (Karl Schembri) seemingly analyzing his every move. The last four individuals who will seemingly be involved this week are Patsy-May (Analise Mifsud) and Maria (Marie-Clare Sammut) whose relationship might be rekindling as well as Letizia (Cherylis Camilleri) and Mandy (Nakita Grima), the latter who has been told to stay away from the formers’ house but somewhat disobeys orders. Do not miss this evenings' episode which is set to air just after the news bulletin at around 21:30 CET on Television Malta. Stay tuned to escflashmalta.com for more news about the musical drama series.
Source: Rewind Productions
Routines have a habit of becoming boring especially if taken on for most of the year, which is the case for several people who either work, study or do so whilst juggling either things making the evenings somewhat necessary as a form of relaxation. It is important to sit down on the sofa or on an armchair, turn on the television and watch some pleasant, brim to the fullest with family drama, keeping your mindset intact whilst still relieving the stress that came about during the day. One of the best solutions to take up this idea is to watch the hit drama musical series known as D.R.E.A.M.S written by Michael Vella Haber and Evelyn Saliba La Rosa with production credit going to the notable company, Rewind. Original compositions by Maestro Ray Agius are a definite aid to getting the whole point across and considering the questions that have been raised since the beginning of the series, it is not wonder why the audiences just cannot help but tune in and watch. This evenings’ episode, the thirteenth of the series will be airing at 21:30 CET on Television Malta, the national broadcaster.
One of the main focus points of last weeks’ story was definitely Antoinette (Annalise Psaila) and Brandon (Jean Pierre Cassar) as he invited her to the anniversary dinner of his parents, which did not go as planned due to the fact that his mother was allergic to nuts, which she did not know where put into the cake in a liquid form by Tiffany (Kristen Camilleri). It is becoming rather intriguing to denote that Brandon’s former flame is seemingly interested in reuniting at the expense of Antoinette’s impeccable reputation. Curious to the events indeed did unravel, Tiffany will definitely be asking Antoinette about the meeting but once again, the expected reply will not be possible. Brandon on the other hand is also not happy with the way that things unraveled and a strain on their relationship is created. In the meantime, Diane (Michela Galea) who has barely been seen this season is set to come back into the picture as she discusses the role of her father (Kevin de Leonardo) in her life with her grandmother (Helen Montebello) who has taken care of her since she was a baby. Attention is quickly diverted back to school grounds with Amber (Celine Cuschieri) and Aisha (Valentina Schembri) trying to suggest to Saida (Drizilla Bakoush) that her seemingly intriguing boyfriend is not all that he might be proving to be but nevertheless, it seems that she might not be taking their worries into consideration and do as she pleases. Amber will continue having issues with her father, Samwel (Joseph Fenech) and his girlfriend, Pamela (Lara Cuschieri) but how will the story continue to unfold? Do not miss this evenings' episode which is set to air just after the news bulletin at around 21:30 CET on Television Malta. Stay tuned to escflashmalta.com for more news about the musical drama series.