Plot: T’yanak revolves around Julie, a childless woman who desperately wants to be a mother. She is the polar opposite of her soon-to-be sister-in-law Maddie. Whereas Julie would do everything to have a child of her own, Maddie thinks it’s more “practical” to not have any kids after her marriage to Mark (who is the adopted brother of Julie). Julie's prayers get answered when Maddie brings home a lost child after witnessing the aftermath of a gruesome murder. However, the unlikely situation does not sit well with Julie's grandmother (played by Liza Lorena), as she believes that the child is more of a curse than a blessing.
Following rampant killings and other peculiar happenings surrounding the town, people also begin to question the true identity of the child, now called Angelo, even going as far as to name him the murderer. Still driven by her ultimate goal to be a “real mother” to a “real child,” Julie also threatens to kill anyone who wishes to harm Angelo, just to preserve the life of her newfound son.