Saturday, August 18, 2018

Kris Bernal Opens Up About “Mag-asawa, Magkaribal,” “House of Gogi,” and Cruelty-Free Lipstick “She”


Kapuso prime actress Kris Bernal is all set to face a new challenge of portraying a pivotal character in GMA's upcoming series, "Mag-asawa, Magkaribal."

"I did my research, at tinanong ko kaagad ang writers kung paano ang atake nila sa kwentong ito. It's never been heard of or been done on Philippine TV kaya mas excited akong gawin ito," Kris shared.

She added, "This story will offer a new perspective to our Kapuso viewers, and I am excited to work on this project. I will be with Thea Tolentino, whom I truly adore, at excited na akong makasama siya rito. I know she's a terrific actress, kaya inaabangan ko ang matututunan ko sa kanya." 

Being one of GMA Network's prized artists, Kris continues to explore the different facets of her talent as an actress. Her most notable roles include Andy in the Network's Philippine adaptation of the Korean drama "Coffee Prince"; the lead role of Tinay with intellectual disability in "Little Nanay"; and her first dual role as Nimfa/Rosette in the top-rating Afternoon Prime drama series "Impostora". 

The versatile Kapuso actress is now also included in the long line of female celebrities to launch their own businesses.

Kris shared her passion, "I am an entrepreneur by heart. I want to have my own business where I can tap my creativity. Gusto ko kasing maging inspiration sa mga kapwa ko artista to invest their earnings. More than that, I also want to create jobs for other people."

She recently openend "House of Gogi," a Korean barbeque restaurant at Dapitan 55 Lifestyle Complex in Banawe, Quezon City.

Apart from her food business venture, Kris also revealed that she is working on all-natural and cruelty-free lipstick line called SHE that will be launched soon.

HOOQ Renews Partnership with GMA Network and Further Strengthens Local Content Line-up

 

HOOQ, the largest Video on Demand service in Southeast Asia, has renewed its partnership agreement with GMA Network. HOOQ will continue to stream GMA's top rating shows and also stream fresh episodes of selected top ratedseries from GMA 24 hours after broadcast including the latest action-fantasy series Victor Magtanggol starring Alden Richards (starting August 16) and I-Witness documentaries.

 

In addition, Kapuso fans can catch up on other GMA Networkhits like ContessaInday will Always Love Youand Hindi Ko Kayang Iwan Ka.

 




Jennifer Batty, Chief Content Officer at HOOQ said, "We know and understand that our subscribers love homegrown talent and content. GMA Network is a strong and valued partner for HOOQ in our commitment to strengthen our Filipino catalogue. The content they provide is important in delivering what our consumers are looking for."


GMA shows have always been highly rated on HOOQ and some of the most watched GMA titles on HOOQ over the past three years include Ika-6 na UtosMeant To BeMy Korean JagiyaDestined to Be YoursMulawin Vs. Ravena and classic titles like Encantadia and My Husband's Lover.

 

Judd Gallares, President of GMA New Media, Inc. said, "We have been partners with HOOQ since they launched in 2015 and are very pleased to renew this partnership. We are also very excited to bring our new titles to the platform and HOOQ is currently playing some of our finest primetime series on catch up!  We have always valued our partnership with HOOQ and look forward to a long and rewarding partnership ahead!"

 

HOOQ continues to have one of the largest and strongest catalogues of Filipino content on any video-on-demand service from top local studios in the Philippines.

 

How to get HOOQ

It's easy to get HOOQ'd. Customers can simply download the HOOQ app from Apple Store or Google Play, sign up or log in, to access HOOQ's extensive library of Hollywood and Asian hits.  Watch shows on HOOQ via Chromecast, Roku, and Android TV. Smart, TNT and Sun users can enjoy a 30-day free trial. Globe mobile users can enjoy a 45-day free trial. Globe customers can get to try HOOQ for up to 60 days on selected mobile and broadband plans.  Find out more and sign up today for a complimentary trial at www.hooq.tv

Constance Wu and Henry Golding Steal Your Hearts in “Crazy Rich Asian”

Warner Bros.' new romantic comedy "Crazy Rich Asians" takes a fun, engaging and hilarious look at what can happen when young love collides with old money.

 

Singapore's favorite son, Nick Young (Henry Golding), proudly brings his beautiful and successful New Yorker girlfriend Rachel Chu (Constance Wu) home for a meet-and-greet, but the family dynamics aren't quite what she expects.  For Rachel, what starts as a dream romantic holiday with the man she adores becomes a battle to remain true to herself and her roots, while holding her own against picture-perfect backstabbing rivals and a prospective mother-in-law who thinks this modern American girl will never measure up. 

 

Set in Singapore and featuring the first all-Asian ensemble in a contemporary Hollywood film in 25 years, the story mines humor from the idiosyncrasies of one family in a way that people everywhere can relate to—no matter who they are, how much money they have, or where they call home.  It taps into the fundamental desire to fit in, while honoring your own identity, in an era of blending—and sometimes clashing—cultures.  

 

As Rachel's friend tries to warn her: these people aren't just rich.  They're crazy-rich.  And that's just the tip of the iceberg.

 

Constance Wu, who stars as the intrepid Rachel, describes her as "a college professor raised by a working-class, single mom.  For many people, that's a point of pride, but not for the Youngs.  Their pride comes from legacy.  I don't think the story says one value system is better than the other, but shows those cultural differences and the differences between Asian and Asian-American, that are often overlooked.  What I love about Rachel is that when things get tough she has the courage to follow her heart and forge her own path, in ways that are tested, but, ultimately, make up who she is."  

 

It's a test for Nick, too, even though he knows what's coming.  "Having decided that Rachel is the one, he first has to get over the speed bump of bringing her home," says Henry Golding, making his feature film debut as Nick.  "He's afraid if she sees how he was brought up, she might think he's not the guy she fell in love with.  Also, once home, he sees more clearly the forces conspiring to tear them apart and how standing his ground will affect them both."

 

At its core, "Crazy Rich Asians" is a love story…a kind of savvy Cinderella tale, complete with a charming prince, a magnificent castle, and a battle of wills between two strong women determined to write their own ending.   "I definitely see this as a modern-day, aspirational fairytale," states Chu.  "Rachel is our princess-warrior, and this is her journey to discover who she is—an American girl on her first trip to Asia, who comes away with a deeper appreciation not only of her past, but of her future."

 

"Rachel is the way in for audiences," says Wu.  "We see everything through her eyes.  She's living a regular life, meeting her boyfriend for karaoke, et cetera, after work.  Everything she has she has earned through hard work, and she's remained humble and appreciative.  So, when she's thrown into this world of wealth unlike anything she's ever known, it's hard to fathom. Rich is something many of us have seen before: rich means you can buy whatever you want.  Wealth means you can buy whatever you want and you control the market." 

 

On the plus side, Wu points out, "Rachel and Nick really love each other.  Love transcends class and culture and logic.  When someone's your person, you know it, and that's what Rachel and Nick are to each other."

 

But will that be enough?  

 

In Philippine cinemas August 22, "Crazy Rich Asians" is distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures, a Warner Entertainment Company.


After Her Sold-out Manila Concert, Maymay Entrata Takes “The Dream Tour” to Baguio and Cebu

 


Maymay Entrata, the MOR Pinoy Music Awards 2018 Song Of The Year winner for "Shanawa," is taking Baguio and Cebu by storm on September 14 and October 19, respectively, for the continuation of the highly anticipated "The Dream Tour Maymay in Concert" series. 

 

Maymay's sold-out concert, her first-ever solo major show held last February 23 at the Kia Theatre, led the singer-actress to "The Dream Tour," a Star Events production which commenced at Imus Sports Complex in Cavite last April 13.

 

The "Wansapanataym Presents: Ikaw ang GHOSTo Ko" star will be performing at the University of Baguio with her special guests—heartthrob performers Edward Barber, Zeus Collins, Migz Haleco, and Marlo Mortel.

 

Her onscreen partner, Edward, will also be joining Maymay in the tour's Cebu leg to be held at Hoops Dome Arena, Lapu-Lapu City.

 

Fans will get to catch the 2017 Eduk Circle Awards' Best Novelty Singer of the Year perform her hit songs such as "Kabaduyan," "Toinks," "Baliw," and "Shanawa."

 

After being hailed as the big winner in "Pinoy Big Brother Lucky Season 7," Maymay has consistently topped radio charts with tracks from her self-titled debut album produced under Star Music's record sublabel, Star Pop. It reached platinum status just a few months after its release.

 

"The Dream Tour Maymay in Concert" happens in Baguio and Cebu on September 14 and October 19, respectively, at 8 PM. Grab your tickets now at SM Tickets or call 4702222. For more details, follow Star Music on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @StarMusicPH.

Gretchen Ho Named “Happinews” Ambassador of “The Happinews Project”

 

Over a hundred students turned a rainy Friday night into a bright and sunny one as they listened to inspiring talks on positivity and kindness in the launch of "The Happinews Project" at the University of the Philippines (UP) Bahay ng Alumni in UP Diliman.

 

"The Happinews Project," is a movement that encourages Filipinos to post and share positive stories on social media as a way to counter the bad news and negativity that proliferate online. Currently, over a thousand people have joined the Facebook group of The Happinews Project, which will also go to the University of Santo Tomas and Far Eastern University to spread the good vibes to more people. 

 

Fresh from her London trip, "Happinews" ambassador Gretchen Ho recounted how losing her bag in a foreign land and being locked out of the place she was staying in actually led to good things.

 

"I lost my belongings but I also witnessed first-hand the kindness of Filipinos who volunteered to help me. Even if what happened to me was bad, there was still a better side to the story," she said.

 

Gretchen added that it is "happy news" like this that should circulate more on social media. 

 

"We should share more happy thoughts, happy stories, happy news, in a world that's full of bad news and conflicts. We need a breath of fresh air. Why don't we highlight instead these small acts of kindness," she explained.

 

In her talk, Dr. Rosel San Pascual of UP pointed out the incivility among people that has made social media an even more toxic place. She said that people should learn how to express disagreements "intelligently, passionately, and respectfully." 

 

ABS-CBN Creative Communications Management division head Robert Labayen, an advertising legend who leads the team behind ABS-CBN's well-loved Station IDs, also advised the students, who were mostly communication and business majors, to use positive communication when creating a brand. 

 

"It builds a warmer relationship with your audience. If you make them feel good about themselves, they will feel good about you," he explained. 

 

UP alumnus Miggy Bautista, meanwhile, shared how positivity was key for him in getting through college with flying colors, even as a person with a disability. Gawad Kalinga's Issa Cuevas-Santos, on the other hand, reminded the students not to put too much pressure on themselves when it comes to making a difference in the world. 

 

"You don't have to be the superhero every single time. You just have to be the good one. Being good is enough because it inspires others to do good," she said.

 

Apart from the inspiring talks, the students also enjoyed fun booths like a freedom wall, photo booth, and games in the event, which was held in partnership with UP Ad Core. 

 

Joshua Ambrosio, president of the student organization, said they were happy to help share an interesting advocacy to the UP community.

 

"A lot of times when you are in school, you get tunnel vision. You are so focused on what you are doing that you forget to see like other happy stuff outside and your immediate experiences," he said. 

 

Loudette Tejada, a business administration major, also praised The Happinews Project, which is an initiative of the ABS-CBN Integrated News & Current Affairs.

 

"It's good that we are inviting more people to join the Happinews group. I really think it is a good way to engage people to share the happy vibes," she said.


For more information on the project, join the "The Happinews Project" group on Facebook (facebook.com/groups/HappiNews), follow @ABSCBNNews on Facebook and Twitter, and visit news.abs-cbn.com. For updates, follow @ABSCBNPR on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram or visit. www.abscbnpr.com

“Pareng Partners” Captures Viewers with Relatable Topics and Stories

More and more Filipinos around the country are spending their weekends with broadcast journalists Anthony Taberna and Jorge CariƱo on "Pareng Partners" as they tackle the most relevant and important issues to Filipino families every Saturday on ABS-CBN before "TV Patrol Weekend." 

 

With the fourth episode coming up, the show continues to engage viewers who are very happy to see fellow ordinary people being able to express themselves on television and discuss their day-to-day life and concerns like the ideal size of a family; life in the province versus life in the city; the struggle of dealing with daily traffic; budgeting a minimum-wage income; the rising cost of living; and coping with "petsa de peligro."



According to netizen Joan SP on Facebook, the show is "Inspiring, real, and raw. No sugar-coating, and it shows the life of 'Juan dela Cruz,"  while Twitter user @ran_darklord13 said the show is "Very informative and gives an in-depth look at the real lives of Filipinos."

 

The premiere episode, which featured anchors Anthony and Jorge back in their hometowns to talk about life in the province, was especially memorable for Anthony, who grew up on a farm in Nueva Ecija. 

 

"I'm a farmer by blood, I grew up in the fields and caring for pigs and cows," said Anthony. "I am extremely honored that this show has given me an opportunity to go back to my roots as a farmer boy, then as a reporter."

 

According to Anthony, the positive feedback and reviews from viewers motivates them to pursue even more topics and stories that Filipinos everywhere can relate to, as he and Jorge go back to their days as field reporters.

 

"We want to be able to tackle topics that concern our viewers and ensure that they have a platform to air what they want to say," said Anthony. "If before, we would cover police, political, and even war beats, often with VIP's and public figures, this time we get to put the spotlight on regular people whose voices and opinions are equally important." 

 

Jorge added, "As a journalist, I've realized that the most brilliant minds, caring hearts, and brave souls are often found in the regular people you meet every day. With this show, we let the people tell the stories themselves and hope they inspire others as well."  

 

On this week's episode (August 17), the former DZMM Radyo Patrol reporters talk to senior citizens about the "growing pains" that come with retirement. Is getting older in the Philippines indeed a walk in the park filled with rest, relaxation, and enjoying grandchildren—or does it mean facing more financial trouble and  uncertainty? 

 

Spend your weekends with Pareng Tunying and Pareng Jorge on "Pareng Partners" every Saturday, 5:15 pm before "TV Patrol Weekend" on ABS-CBN and ABS-CBN HD. Watch online via livestreaming or on demand on www.iwantv.com.ph or skyondemand.com.ph. Follow "Pareng Partners" on Facebook and Twitter (@ParengPartners). For updates, follow @abscbnpr on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram or visit www.abscbnpr.com.


Friday, August 17, 2018

Julia Barretto and Joshua Garcia Give a Modern Take on a Classic Story in “Ngayon at Kailanman”

Julia Barretto and Joshua Garcia are ready to take their acting prowess a notch higher as they star in ABS-CBN's latest series offering, "Ngayon at Kailanman", which can be seen outside the Philippines via The Filipino Channel (TFC), with its pilot episode streaming in most countries worldwide via TFC online (www.TFC.tv) on August 20.

 

Their team-up was first seen in the Metro Manila Film Festival entry "Vince, Kath, James" in 2016, where they were teenagers that are new with the idea of love. Their tandem has grown from teens who fell in love for the first time to two persons who had loved, been hurt, and was careful to love again, in their films "Love You to the Stars and Back" and "Unexpectedly Yours" both in 2017.

 

Early in 2018, the loveteam popularly known as JoshLia has taken their viewers by surprise as they portray the role of two young adults exposed to the realities of life in the film "I Love You, Hater".

 

Now, Barretto and Garcia are ready to touch more hearts with their roles as they move from the big screen to the small screen and star in their first TV series "Ngayon at Kailanman".

 

The two actors get out of their comfort zones as they give life to the characters of Eva (Barretto) and Inno (Garcia). Used to her reserved and rich characters, Barretto will shift to the loud and jolly Eva who is living in the slums, while Garcia who was used to the positive and all smiles characters will turn to a stiff and quiet Inno who is from an elite family.

 

"Ngayon at Kailanman" will tell the story of two people from different worlds, Eva and Inno, who will enter each other's lives and fall in love. However, destiny has other plans for them as their love will be tested by Inno's family, the Cortes clan, and the mystery behind Eva's identity.

 

The series is a combination of the classic story of a Filipino series and the modern eye on how the younger generation takes on the realities of life. It is a clash of preserving the conventional pass-on of heirloom and living a purposive life.

 

Part of the cast of "Ngayon at Kailanman" are some of Philippines' respected and renowned actors and actresses: Rio Locsin, Iza Calzado, Christian Vasquez, Alice Dixon, Ina Raymundo, Dominic Ochoa and TJ Trinidad. Also in the cast are two of Philippines' hottest young actors today, Jameson Blake and Joao Constancia.

 

Don't miss the modern take on a classic Filipino series "Ngayon at Kailanman", that will be seen outside the Philippines via TFC, with its pilot episode streaming simulcast its local airing in most countries worldwide via TFC online (www.TFC.tv) on August 20 at 8:15 P.M.

 

Catch-up episodes will be available in most countries worldwide via TFC online (www.TFC.tv) and TFC IPTV. Also get to watch the films starring Barretto and Garcia via TFC online (www.TFC.tv).

 

For more updates about TFC shows, visit TFC's Facebook page applicable for your area. Connect with fellow global Kapamilyas and follow @KapamilyaTFC and KapamilyaGlobalPR on Twitter and Instagram.


#MeTime with Watsons: Loving Your Beauty, Health, and Wellness More


 

'I'm busy!'

This is everyone's favorite line.  We glorify being busy because we are pressured to achieve a lot, all at once: to climb the corporate ladder, take care of our family's needs, raise children, and manage the household all while curating our lives into a perfect feed on social media.

 

"Busy" is our badge of honor.   But is it really?

 

Because when you are too "busy" 'round the clock, day in and day out, you end up giving everything and everyone else that one precious gift that you deserve to first give yourself: 

 

Your time.

 

Make Time for #MeTime!

Whether you are a stay-at-home parent or a professional with a killer schedule, you need to pause, take a break, and make time for #MeTime. The reason is simple: You owe it to yourself and to those you care for to take time to recharge and be your beautiful and healthy best.

 

Watsons takes to heart this self-caring philosophy with the "Make Time for #MeTime" campaign.  This campaign inspires everyone to take time to take care of themselves with Watsons' skin, beauty, hair, and health products plus a wide range of cosmetics that are perfect for a relaxing treat at home.

 

Pamper your skin

What better way to spend #MeTime than lavishing your neglected skin with love? Watsons' range of products from Ponds, Olay, Neutrogena, St. Ives, Belo, Celeteque, Mediheal, Snow, and Garnier have all the skin-pampering love to keep your complexion fresh and radiant.

 

Revitalize your hair

The perfect place to spend some #MeTime effortlessly?  In the shower, of course!  Treat your strands to Watsons' hair products from Creamsilk, Palmolive, Lauat Shampoo, Suave, Dove, and Moringa and give your locks a luxurious #MeTime treat.

 

Get gorgeous

Take some #MeTime to swipe on some lipstick or paint your nails!  Watsons' extensive collection of cosmetics from Celeteque, Belle, and Chic Bobbie will get you gorgeous in no time.  

 

 

 

Nourish from within

There's no other way to put it: To be truly beautiful, you need to be healthy.  That's why your #MeTime must also include taking care of yourself from within with Watsons' range of supplements and health products from Enervon, Cosmo Skin, Poten-cee, MX3, and Salonpas.

 

Busy is the enemy of Health and Beauty

Are you too busy to be beautifully healthy? All it takes is a trip to Watsons to curate a set of health and beauty revitalizers and treat yourself to some well-deserved #MeTime! Plus, if you're an SM Advantage Card holder and purchase at least P500 worth of products, you can even win an iPhone X while you're at it!  

 

Indeed, with Watsons, #MeTime is not only essential.  It is rewarding. 

 

Less stress. More self-love.

At the end of the day, making time for #MeTime is all about stressing less and loving your beauty, health, and wellness more.  At a time when everyone is busy with bucket lists and to-do lists, don't forget to make time for that one person who deserves all the extra TLC you pour out to everybody else: Yourself!

 

After all, when you love yourself, you can love others more. And when you do, you don't only look good, but you also feel great!


Thursday, August 16, 2018

Goblin, Love in the Moonlight, Orange Marmalade, and Other Hit Asian Dramas Dominate TVplus’ Asianovela Channel this August

Non-stop TV marathons begin on ABS-CBN TVplus this month as its newest channel offering, Asianovela Channel, unloads a ton of hit K-Dramas for its viewers. 

Asianovela Channel's programs are bound to keep Asian Drama fans glued on the TV screen with uncut episodes of all-time favorite shows like the groundbreaking fantasy drama "Goblin" (weekdays at 5 AM11 AM, and 5 PM) and the bittersweet romantic series at "Uncontrollably Fond" (weekdays at 6 AM, 12 NN, and  7 PM).

The fantasy series "Orange Marmalade" (weekdays at 7 AM1PM, and 8PM), which tells the story about a vampire who falls for the most popular boy in her school, will surely keep fans entertained.

Back-to-back marathons of K-Dramas that made Filipinos go crazy also air on weekends including "Love in the Moonlight," (9 AM7 PM), "Sensory Couple," (1 PM), and "Oh My Lady" (5 PM), among others.

To begin watching shows from Asianovela Channel, TVplus users need to press the scan button on their TVplus remote and browse the TV list to find the channel assignment. The four other new channels on ABS-CBN TVplus are Movie Central, Jeepney TV, MYX, and O Shopping.

The five new channels are initially available in Metro Manila, Rizal, Cavite, Laguna, Metro Cebu, and Cagayan de Oro. All channels except O Shopping are on free trial until December 31.

Since 2015, ABS-CBN TVplus has transformed the way Filipinos watch television as it delivers clear picture and crisp sound without any monthly and installation fee. As the pioneering digital terrestrial television (DTT) product in the Philippines, ABS-CBN TVplus also adds to the digital properties of ABS-CBN as the network transitions into an agile digital company.

Visit tvplus.abs-cbn.com or follow ABS-CBN TVplus on Facebook for more details. 

Selena Gomez and Andy Samberg Back as Mavis and Johnny in “Hotel Transylvania 3: A Monster Vacation”


Selena Gomez and Andy Samberg return to the roles of Dracula's daughter Mavis and her human husband Johnny in Hotel Transylvania 3: A Monster Vacation, after the great experience of working on the previous two films of the franchise.

 

In Samberg's words: "I was pleasantly surprised when I saw the first movie, because it genuinely made me laugh and entertained me." 

 

"I agree!" follows Gomez. "I love the animation, and it's nice to be a part of something that everyone can watch."

 

Always cool and optimistic, Gomez's character, Mavis, can do it all.  She handles all of her responsibilities – Hotel Transylvania assistant manager, wife, mom, daughter – with ease!  The one thing she wished she had?  More family time.  This cruise is just what she needed!  She can't wait to have a blast with Drac's entire Pack and get some quality time with Johnny, Dennis and of course her dad, Drac. 

 

"I love making people laugh – it's the best feeling in the world," says Gomez.  "It's so great to have a family to come back to, and you never know what to expect with these movies – imagine the monster versions of shuffleboard, scuba diving, underwater volcanoes, moon tans on the beach – and it wouldn't be a vacation without a little adventure."

 

"I feel such an emotional connection with Mavis," Gomez continues.  "She's a mom who wants to bring everyone together and enjoy a relaxing time together with family.  Of course all family vacations are a mixed bag – that's what makes them funny.  But her heart is clearly in the in the right place."

 

Meanwhile, human Johnny always manages to stay mellow but he's stoked about the cruise's all-night monster music festival. What he doesn't realize is that the fate of all monsters will depend on his mid-90's DJ skills.

 

"Johnny may not have a lot of growth," admits director Genndy Tartakovsky, "but he always has that deep insight.  He's always fun and always keeping people on a really optimistic, positive side of life."

 

Comparing the experience of voicing an animated character with shooting live action, Samberg was clear, "I enjoy voicing an animated character because it's a freeing, crazy and literally cartoony experience. There are just less filters. And it's wonderful to improvise because it could be anything, and then they have the power to make it happen and animate the scene slightly differently. So, one of the most exciting things about the process for me is to know that if you add something crazy it can then come to life!" 

 

And throwing the rest of the monsters into the mix just created a very entertaining dynamic again, without forgetting the underlining themes that are at the core of these movies. "There are so many films with the same old perceptions about monsters, but I believe that many people can also relate to those who are outcast or feared," says Gomez. "So I love that these films have always been about self-acceptance and being different, which I think is a message that is more relevant than ever now." 

 

Concludes Samberg, "There is definitely a running theme in all these movies about the fact that if you actually spend the time to get to know people or monsters, you may realize that they are not really what you are afraid of."

 

In Philippine cinemas August 22Hotel Transylvania 3: A Monster Vacation is distributed by Columbia Pictures, local office of Sony Pictures Releasing International.


JoshLia and Alempoy Headline KBO this Weekend

 

A double serving of bittersweet love stories await Filipino homes this weekend as Alessandra de Rossi and Empoy Marquez's "Kita Kita" and Julia Barretto and Joshua Garcia's "Love You to the Stars and Back" air on ABS-CBN TVplus' KBO this Saturday (August 18) and Sunday (August 19).

 

"Kita Kita" is an uncommon tale of love between a woman (Alessandra as Lea) suffering from heartbreak and a man (Empoy as Tonyo) who devotes what would be the remainder of his life to giving back to the kindness shown to him. Audiences have raved about the movie as it delivered a heavy emotional punch with its characters' acceptance, kindness, and selflessness.

 

Meanwhile before the airing of JoshLia's debut teleserye, "Ngayon at Kailaman," their characters as Mika (Julia) and Caloy (Joshua) in "Love You to the Stars and Back" will take the viewers to a road trip full of adventures and misadventures – and lessons that usually take a lifetime for other people to learn. 

 

Joining the line-up this week are "Unmarried Wife," "Squad Goals," and "Elemento." 

 

You may register using any prepaid or postpaid SIM. For prepaid, just load up (Globe, TM, Smart, Sun, TNT) with P30; press the green / INFO button on your TVplus box remote to get your box ID; then text KBO30 AUG18<TVplus box ID> to 2366.

 

For updates, follow @abscbnpr on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram or visitwww.abscbnpr.com.

Maris Racal Face Off Abusive Step-Family in “Ipaglaban Mo”

 

Maris Racal will face off with the abusive step-family of her cousin in "Ipaglaban Mo" this Saturday (August 18).

 

Maya (Maris) and Tin (Mary Joy Apostol) grew up very close to each other but will be separated when Maya's family migrates to a different country. This will leave Tin alone with her father and his second family.

 

Tin's stepmother and half-siblings mistreat her and take advantage of her weak mind. Their abuse will worsen upon the death of her father. While they spend her inheritance from her mother, who died while giving birth to her, Maya is kept locked in a hidden room under poor conditions.

 

Maya learns of Tin's situation after coming back to the Philippines. She will sue Tin's stepfamily in court for custody of her cousin.

 

Will Maya be able to rescue her cousin from her stepfamily? Will Tin be able to get her inheritance back?

 

"Ipaglaban Mo," the longest-running legal drama on Philippine television, offers viewers entertaining and informative episodes about real-life cases, which they may learn from. It also offers free legal advice to the public every week at ABS-CBN's Tulong Center in Quezon City.

 

Don't miss the "Kakampi" episode of "Ipaglaban Mo," directed by FM Reyes, this Saturday (August 18) after "It's Showtime" on ABS-CBN. For updates, follow @abscbnpr on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram or visit www.abscbnpr.com.

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