After creating a buzz in Vietnam and Barcelona in Spain, Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo are set to conquer Latin America with the hit series Pangako Sa ’Yo (La Promesa) premiering in Peru on Sept. 22.
The 2015 remake of Pangako Sa ’Yo starring Kathryn, Daniel, Ian Veneracion, Angelica Panganiban, andJodi Sta. Maria is dubbed in Spanish and airs on Peruvian television via TV channel PanAmericana.
Panamericana Television is the leading television station in Peru, not only in newscasts but also in the production of entertainment and variety shows. The station produced telenovelas that became successful throughout Latin America.
Pangako Sa ’Yo is the second Filipino series to be aired in Peru following the successful airing of Bridges of Love (Puentes De Amor).
Earlier this year, the Teen King and Queen made headlines after they won Best Foreign Actor and Actress in this year’s Face of the Year Awards in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
Their global invasion continued in Barcelona, Spain where they shot their box-office film Barcelona: A Love Untold. Photos of fans who flocked to the film location just to see Kathryn and Daniel instantly circulated online, further validating the pair’s superstar status. To date, the movie has already raked more than P200 million in ticket sales.
ABS-CBN’s content is made available across other territories through ABS-CBN International Distribution.
ABS-CBN International Distribution has been recognized in the global arena as a reliable foreign content provider. It has been a premier source of high quality Filipino programming in over 50 territories all over the world and has sold over 30,000 hours of content worldwide.
Living up to this recognition, ABS-CBN International Distribution commits to add to its line-up of high-caliber programs and movies with cast and storylines that appeal to various cultures. For more information, visit ABS-CBN International Distribution’s official website at http://internationalsales.abs-cbn.com.
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