The 2014 edition of the annual special drama anthology Eat Bulaga's Lenten Special was produced by Eat Bulaga! to replace its regular programming during the Holy Week that aired from 14 April 2014 to 16 April 2014.

This year's presentation had a total of six episodes. Each was a standalone episode that ran from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm. Two episodes were shown per day.

Episodes[edit | edit source]

Holy Monday[edit | edit source]

"Karugtong ng Puso"[edit | edit source]

"Karugtong ng Puso" stars Susan Roces, Paolo Ballesteros, Ehra Madrigal, and Tito Sotto. It is directed by Mark Reyes. The episode speaks of the importance of family, love, and forgiveness.

"Ilaw ng Kahapon"[edit | edit source]

"Ilaw Ng Kahapon" features Julia Clarete, Gladys Reyes, Perla Bautista, and Dennis Trillo under the direction of Jun Lana. It is inspired by the story of a Caviteña in search of her long-lost mother.

Holy Tuesday[edit | edit source]

"Hakbang ng Pangarap"[edit | edit source]

"Hakbang sa Pangarap" features Michael V., Wally Bayola, Bea Binene, Assunta de Rossi, and Joey de Leon. Directed by Jun Lana, it follows the tale of a paralytic couple who is able to raise a normal and happy family.

"Kulungan Kanlungan"[edit | edit source]

"Kulungan Kanlungan" is directed by Gina Alajar, which stars Maricel Soriano, Pia Guanio, Keempee de Leon, Isabelle Daza, and BJ Forbes. It is about sibling love amidst a tragedy.

Holy Wednesday[edit | edit source]

"Anyo ng Pag-Ibig"[edit | edit source]

"Anyo ng Pag-ibig" features Pauleen Luna, Ryan Agoncillo, Jimmy Santos, Ruby Rodriguez, Jimmy Santos, Krystal Reyes, and Valerie Weigmann. The episode is directed by Mike Tuviera. It is an inspirational tale about a woman born with no hair and teeth.

"Pangalawang Bukas"[edit | edit source]

"Pangalawang Bukas" stars Vic Sotto, Jose Manalo, Anjo Yllana, and Ryzza Mae Dizon The Bibeth Orteza-helmed episode is about a prodigal son's story of spiritual renewal.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • "Anyo ng Pag-Ibig" was replayed in full on Friday, 3 April 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic that resulted in the suspension of all live shows, Eat Bulaga! opted to replay throwback videos of some of its most iconic segments from way back in the past.
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