Judging from the plot description in the Manila Standard, Genesis sounds pretty soapy — Dantes' character, Isaak, has a love child with Raquel, whose husband is a cruel tyrant. Also the President of the Republic, Sandra Sebastian-Trinidad, will sacrifice anything for the sake of her country — but she has to contend with the "cruel, manipulative and dishonest former President," Ramona. And the Vice President is the President's father. There's also a journalist investigating the secret Project: Genesis, and a cruel warden who makes Isaak's life miserable. The over-arching thread of the series is the quest for love in the face of the looming destruction of the Earth.
In any case, it's interesting to see how these post-apocalyptic themes and images are portrayed in other cultures, and let's hope Genesis finds its way to the U.S. in some form.