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Summer, the month which is known to make people crazy in Malta as temperatures soar and with a brand new television schedule set to commence momentarily, the final episodes of local dramas which air during the autumn/winter season are currently being aired. In the past two years, one of the most popular has surely been D.R.E.A.M.S created by Evelyn Saliba La Rosa and Michael Vella Haber in collaboration with Rewind Productions. A massive cast of young talented individuals who can sing, dance and act have been the centre stage of numerous storylines, all of which are very much realistic. Maestro Ray Agius, a two time representative at the Eurovision Song Contest with the tracks Keep Me In Mind and Let Me Fly performed by Mike Spiteri and Debbie Scerri respectively is the composer behind the original songs performed within each episode. As of last week, the Public Broadcasting Services has commissioned two episodes a week in order to bring the series to an end.

Basically, recent weeks have proven to be quite intense within the several acts which have encompassed the second season of the series D.R.E.A.M.S and this evening will definitely be no different with Alex (Luke Kronik Brincat) and Jade (Rachel Genovese) still kidnapped. It has to be noted that Katia (Jade Cini) has managed to escape thus far with Andrè (Jervis Galea) staying in contact with her in order to save her due to the fact that Katia could not leave the scene because of her inability to drive. In the meantime, last week, the relationship between Jake (JeanPaul Carbonaro) and Emma (Kayleigh Cassar) broke up due to Dorianne (Maria Farrugia) but it seems that the story is more complicated or rather, it will get even more complicated. In line with the children, Antoinette (Annalise Psaila) has now taken a decision about her possible career in the art of musical theatre and therefore, she speaks with Theresa, her mother (Shirley Blake) over her course of action.

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Hilda and Flavia (Evelyn Saliba La Rosa) are still playing their switch-up game with the hope that the former finds incriminating evidence against Pamela (Lara Cuschieri). Flavia is called to the head office at prison as she has to meet the warden for some reason, something which is yet to be revealed. In the meantime, Pamela has to conquer her own issues by facing Sam (Joseph Fenech) who is still not accepting her as he had become used to, so much so that he was ready to divorce his wife in order to settle down. An explaination about the bruises on Amber (Celine Cuschieri) is given but Sam finds himself in a tangled web of lies, one which outsmarts the other every time. It has to be noted that the storylines involving the grownups tend to be slightly more complicated. D.R.E.A.M.S returns tonight and tomorrow evening for two episodes as the winter/autumn schedule is officially brought to an end. Remember that the episodes commence as of 20:45 CET, just after the evening news bulletin.

Source: Rewind Productions

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOhdcDSJMrU

Published in Local Music News

Maestro Ray Agius is one of the most talented songwriters in the local music industry noting that some of his work has represented the country in foreign waters, including Keep Me In Mind performed by Mike Spiteri which achieved tenth place back in 1995 as well as Let Me Fly which was sung by Debbie Scerri landing ninth place back in 1997. He is also the most successful songwriter in the Konkors Kanzunetta Indipendenza having penned a total of six winning entries, the last of which being B'Rieda tal-Azzar performed by Mike Spiteri in 2011. At the moment, his latest project is composing the music to the lyrics of Michael Vella Haber and Evelyn Saliba la Rosa for the series D.R.E.A.M.S which airs every Wednesday on Television Malta at 20:45 CET. escflashmalta.com has always been proud to support this project due to the fact that it gives space to the younger generation of performers. This evening will mark the twenty-ninth (29th) episode of the series are the recent developments in storylines continue to develop and evolve accordingly.

Alex (Luke Brincat) seems to be the focal point of the story at the moment especially after the revelation that he comes from a long line of royal descendants. Jade (Rachel Genovese), Katia (Jade Cini) and Andre' (Jervis Galea) were the last to see him as they were having a double date in a restaurant. Unfortunately, the thugs that want to see the dynasty dead including Francalanza (Joe Tanti) managed to force his mother, Gina (Jospehine Fuller) to get him into the car with them. His location is still unknown but nevertheless, the audience knows that thus far, he is still alive. As his parents are re-united in this upcoming episode, they receive a mysterious package, and with caution, they have to vet the package. In the meantime, Katie and Jade are still trying to grasp the whole situation and thus snoop around ever so slightly to try and understand better.

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Two weeks ago, Antoinette (Annalise Psaila) was visited by a talent scout (Dominic Cini) in order to try and lure her to the United States of America where there she would be studying to improve her voice and use it in the best possible manner. She has yet to tell her parents about the opportunity that has been granted to her but nevertheless approaches her mother, Theresa (Shirley Blake). Could it be the reaction expected by Antoinette or will everything go swiftly? On the other hand, Hilda (Evelyn Saliba La Rosa) goes to see her sister in jail to speak of the progress being done with regards to her fellow inmates problems. Elaine (Graziella Zammit), Janet (Donnah Busuttil), Patsy (Analise Mifsud) and Maria (Marie-Claire Sammut) all seem to be entangled in a web, possibly of romance but nevertheless, more problems seem to evolve rather than be solved in this particular situation. Stay tuned for this and more on this evenings' episode of D.R.E.A.M.S. kicking off at around 20:45 CET. 

Source: Rewind Productions

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4i0FyWadkKs

Published in Local Music News
Wednesday, 05 June 2013 13:40

Malta: Nail Biting Episode This Evening

Maestro Ray Agius has long been associated with writing both music and lyrics to some of the leading artists in the local music industry and therefore it comes as no surprise to denote that he has written some of the most notable tracks to have ever graced the scene, both in Maltese and English respectively. Amongst his most well known numbers, there are definitely Fjura Fil-Kantina, Fejn Tħobb il-Qalb, Let Me Fly and Keep Me In Mind. At the moment, his latest project is composing the music to the lyrics of Michael Vella Haber and Evelyn Saliba la Rosa for the series D.R.E.A.M.S which airs every Wednesday on Television Malta at 20:45 CET. escflashmalta.com has always been proud to support this project due to the fact that it gives space to the younger generation of performers. This evening will mark the twenty-seventh (27th) episode of the series are the recent developments in storylines continue to develop and evolve accordingly. 

The staff at the sixth form is getting feisty noting that the relationship between Jessica (Marie Louise Wiffen) and Peter (JJ Curmi) has come to a standstill over a set of photographs brought forward by Greta (Stephanie Vella). At this point, it seems that Jessica is yet to view the photos which she had picked up from the dustbin after being torn apart by Peter but nevertheless, the fact that they both went back for them has to prove suspicious. Nevertheless, attention is surely on the double date between Andre (Jervis Galea), Katia (Jade Cini), Alex (Luke Brincat) and Jade (Rachel Genovese). Alex had supposedly went outside to meet with his father, a story which is somewhat shady but he was kidnapped or so it seems as his mother, Gina (Josephine Fuller) was held at gunpoint. Jade decides to go looking for Alex when he does not show up back to the table and then has to alert her friends when he is nowhere to be found. 

Andre is seemingly worried about what could have happened to Alex and does not know what he should do next especially because he had no clue to the dynamics of the situation. In the meantime though, the viewers will be treated to the aftermath of the situation, hoping that both Alex and Gina are well and alive. Moving away from this situation and back to Antoinette (Annalise Psaila), she decides to open up about her relationship with Brandon (Jean Pierre Cassar) to Melanie (Carly Zarb) whilst Damian (Andre’ Mangion) speaks to his brother about another issue. The conversations will be yielding some intriguing results but that is why we ask you to turn on your television sets and watch this evenings' episode. One last storyline is the one featuring Paul (Kevin de Leonardo) and his daughter Diane (Michela Galea), the history that seems to be unravelling quickly. Tonight at 20:45, another episode of D.R.E.A.M.S only on Television Malta. 

Source: Rewind Productions

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yp9m5On9Zpc

Published in Local Music News

Television Malta, the main means of transmission for the Public Broadcasting Services has always extremely supportive of local talent throughout the years noting the broadcast of the Eurovision Song Contest semi-finals, as well as the preselection in which the entry is chosen from. One of the leading dramas which is aired on the same station is none other than D.R.E.A.M.S which is returning for the twenty-sixth episode this evening. Apart from a scintillating storyline created by Michael Vella Haber and Evelyn Saliba La Rosa, there are original songs performed each week, all composed by Maestro Ray Agius who is the most successful composer in the Konkors Kanzunetta Indipendenza with a total of six victories. The storylines of the major characters have been twisted and turned several times but that is what grips the audience and therefore, one should expect even more this evening. 

Antoinette (Analise Psaila) was seen to be extremely talented when the series commenced more than a year ago noting that singing seems to be one her traits. Her talent is being appreciated by a Mr.Trapani (Dominic Cini) who represents a leading record label in the world and would like Antoinette to join him as they continue training her vocals abroad. This is the scene which brought an end to the episode last week. She is very much enticed by the offer but is yet to make a decision apart from having to discuss the situation with her parents, doctors by profession. Singing was always seen as a hobby for them and thus this might prove difficult. In the meantime, keeping focus on the students, attention turns to Diane (Michela Galea) who is still trying to untangle the situation surrounding Karen (Lara Dimech) and indeed, she manages and faces her with the reasoning. 

The reaction is definitely going to be one which the viewer might not expect but we will not be unveiling more about this regard. The students of the English class which of course include a large segment of the major characters including Jade (Rachel Genovese), Katia (Jade Cini), Jasmine (Rachael Tedesco Triccas), Alexei (Luke Brincat), Brandon (Jean Pierre Cutajar and others have a test which they do not score well in and Alexei seems to have the right answer for Mr.Francalanza (Joe Tanti). The answer is not met with a positive note though and Mr.Francalanza tries to extract some information about history. Is this somewhat related to the background which is supposedly meant to be kept secret? In the evening, Alexei and Jade head to dinner together but Alexei receives a phone, a stange one indeed. Tune into Television Malta at 20:45 CET for the latest episode and stay tuned to escflashmalta.com for more news. 

Source: Rewind Productions

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gc3Pw5OKZwA

Published in Local Music News

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

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bj0fLYBHLDc

Published in Local Music News

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

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rWhq4xQqEYM

Published in Local Music News

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.

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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.

Source: Rewind Productions, escflashmalta.com

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_tJcn_aFso

Published in Local Music News

The Public Broadcasting Services are highlighting every inch of detail to make sure that this years' edition of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest is even better than the past two years in which the current administration decided to revamp the process by virtue of bringing in a more professional setup. Guests have always been an intriguing element of the showcase and there are rumours floating about with regards to who will ultimately becoming a part of the show but the focus here is with the participants themselves noting that the twenty four semi-finals will be having a number of additional individuals in the wings, taking care of vocal roles within the respective tracks. We have been in touch with a number of performers and their respective managements and learned some intriguing names will ultimately be seen despite not entering the semi-final stage of this years' competition. escflashmalta.com is exclusively bringing you a list of the names unveiled.

Kicking off things with the respective announcements was none other than Davinia who will be closing the semi-final at the Malta Eurovision Song Contest with her entry Betrayed composed by Elton Zarb and penned by Muxu. She will be joined on stage by three backing vocalists which include; Rachael Tedesco Triccas and Jade Cini from the hit series D.R.E.A.M.S who will also be opening the showcase as well as former Junior Eurovision Song Contest representative; Nicole Azzopardi who is seemingly eyeing a possible entry in the next couple of years. The second performer is none other than Danica Muscat who will be performing the song Fantasy composed by Paul Abela and penned by Joe Julian Farrugia and will be joined by a fleet of people which feature Claire Mercieca, Chrissy Warrington, Jody Magri, as well as former Malta Eurovision Song Contest finalists; Dario Mifsud Bonnici and Benjamin Darmanin.

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It was revealed yesterday that a request had also been made by Kevin Borg to have former Eurovision Song Contest representative; Glen Vella join the backing vocalists but due to his recent participation, this was not accepted and thus Glen will be taking care of a team of unknown backing vocalists which is rumoured to have several members of the Animae Gospel Choir which Glen and Pamela created a couple of years back. In an exclusive announcement, we are proud to reveal that former Malta Song for Europe finalist; Fiona Cauchi will be present within the team of Claudia Faniello who will be presenting the track When It's Time co-written between the performer and Errol Sammut, lead vocalist of Airport Impressions. The full team of this entry will be unveiled in due course on her Official Facebook Page. In a revelation made today on social networking website; Facebook it seems that Dorothy Bezzina of the song Starting from the End written by Magnus Kaxe and Gerard James Borg will be joined by upcoming artist; Martina Farrugia.

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Two of the most intriguing performers in this years' Malta Eurovision Song Contest are definitely Chris Grech with the track Never Walk Away co-written by Matthew James Borg, Peter Borg and David Cassar Torreggiani and Melanie Zammit with the song Loverdose co-written between Maria & Niclas Lundin and Gerard James Borg. They have both spoken to us and told us of the people that will be joining them on stage with the male artist bringing about one of his composers; Matthew James Borg of Red Electrick fame on stage alongside the upcoming Cheryl Balzan with the female on the other hand bringing two newcomers in the vein of Ann Gauci and Gabriella Azzopardi alongside Konkors Kanzunetta Indipendenza and Malta Hit Song Contest finalist; Talitha Dimech. Stay tuned to escflashmalta.com for all of the exclusive news as soon as it becomes available for publishing.

Source: escflashmalta.com

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2hZKpIxULrQ

Wednesday, 02 January 2013 17:20

Malta: More Drama Unfolds in the New Year

D.R.E.A.M.S has been coined by many as the hit musical drama series on television at the moment noting that the major storylines have somewhat intertwined in the best possible way with the secondary ones making it generally positive and very much realistic. Teenagers have come to evolve throughout the course of time and from the first season to the second there has been a shift, a general sense of growth in thought for each respective character. Problems have come to dictate the lives of many hence why the feeling of the whole show has been somewhat tangible because people could relate to the issues and hand and ultimately seek some form of help. In reality, a brand new year has just started and the outset seems to be in the control of every individual noting that with three hundred and sixty five (365) days in tow, the possibility of re-writing the way ones' life story could unfold is extremely intriguing. Nevertheless, the focus is back to the series produced by Rewind Productions, written by Michael Vella Haber and Evelyn Saliba La Rosa and most notably with a score composed by Maestro Ray Agius.

As the storyline of the new year unfolds, the first episode back seems to be bearing a lot of focus on Amber (Celine Cuschieri) who is of course in sixth form very close friends with Chloe (Michela Dalli) and Lara (Petra Bugeja). The tensions between the three are on the rise with the latter two seemingly making a lot of fuss over the possibility of going to Amber's house who on the other hand is embarrassed at the element of having her mother, Frances (Sabina Attard) in prison due to a crime which she seemingly did not commit. The issue does indeed continue to grow however when her father, Samwel (Joseph Fenech) speaks to his daughter, telling her that he wishes to leave her mother in favour of Pamela (Lara Cuschieri). Amber has to face the tensions and keep the cool in order to live out her life in the best possible manner but how will she manage? In the meantime, Brandon (Jean Pierre Cassar) seems to have a surprise for Antoinette (Analise Psaila), the possibility of moving even further in this relationship which seems to have encountered some bumps will definitely be well appreciated by the audience. Patsy May (Analise Mifsud) is facing a complicated relationship now that Maria (Marie-Claire Sammut) is showing interest and acceptance with her sexuality but, seeing that she is indeed seeing someone is making it more difficult. Philip Roger Triganza III (Damian Buhagiar) believes that his imagination is taking over but does his father (Leo Bartolo) believe his antics? Moving to the adults, it seems that Edward (Manuel Cutajar) is continuously trying to bring the relationship between Robert (Andre Penza) and Gloria (Joanne Busuttil) to an end with his dirty schemes but ultimately, what is his aim? There will be several issues to be dealt with during this episode so make sure to watch as of 20:40 CET on Television Malta. Stay tuned to escflashmalta.com in the meantime as we continue to promote the series as it unravels.

Source: Press Release

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T8XY7-0kkGg

Published in Local Music News
Wednesday, 19 December 2012 14:45

Malta: Another Episode of Intrigue Tonight

December is a time for peace, love and prosperity apart from the surge in economy due to the fact that it has been coined as a season for gift buying whilst tunes in accordance to Christmas are blaring within every department store. Nevertheless, at the end of the evening marks a time of relaxation, pleasure and a hot cut of tea preferably lying down on a bed or a sofa and wrapped up in a blanket. Television offers the warmth that one would enjoy pleasantly and on a Wednesday evening, Television Malta has the perfect programme; D.R.E.A.M.S, the weekly musical drama series which has captured the hearts of the younger demographic because it represents elements of real life, somewhat at a point where one doesn't realise that this is actually happening on television. 

Another week has passed and it has been quite an intriguing week noting that the focus continues on the semi-finalists of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest but nevertheless, the issue at hand, this evenings' episode of D.R.E.A.M.S will be focusing a lot on the storyline of Patsy May (Analise Mifsud) in order for the viewers to realise what happened in the past couple of months within her respective life due to the breakup with Maria Sultana (Marie-Clare Sammut) who was still not confident enough of her sexuality to pursue anything too serious and in the eyes of her schoolmates. Nevertheless, Tiffany (Kristen Camilleri) is facing some issues of her own at home noting that she catches her father, Richard (Michael Mock) going out in a sneaky manner and thus wonders whether he has a plan. On the other hand, the focus of the story will be alternating this evening considering that Jasmine (Rachael Tedesco Triccas) will have more problems to deal with but not with her illness, something else which is as detrimental in her persona life. The brand new President of the School Council, Alex (Luke Brincat) takes on his role and prepares a surprise for Jade (Rachel Genovese) but will it be a negative or a positive one? More issues regarding the students with Chloe (Michela Dalli) and Lara (Petra Bugeja) insisting that they visit Amber (Celine Cuschieri) at home but will this be a good idea in the end? There will be several issues to be dealt with during this episode so make sure to watch as of 20:40 CET on Television Malta. Stay tuned to escflashmalta.com in the meantime as we continue to promote the series as it unravels.

Source: Rewind Productions, Evelyn Saliba La Rosa, Michael Vella Haber

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahvtt6P5V1s

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