From the big screen, box office’s phenomenal young attraction is arriving on the small screen or wide screen TV starting Monday.
ABS-CBN’s newest drama series On the Wings of Love is set to bring romantic and feel-good vibes on Primetime Bida. This year’s most romantic drama series is about dreams, love, and family and country’s most popular love team on the big screen – James Reid and Nadine Lustre – are the stars in it.
In their first-ever drama series, Nadine plays Leah, a young woman with big dreams, one of which is going to America and finding work there to help her family. James, on the other hand, is Clark, a young man living in America who wants to give his siblings in the Philippines a good life after their mother died.
As she begins to live her American dream, Leah faces a big problem as she finds out that her visa is about to expire. To remain living in the US, Leah makes an agreement to marry Clark, who is an American citizen, in exchange of money that he greatly needs.
How will Clark and Leah’s arrangement to pretend as a couple who loves each other change their entire lives? What will they do when they find themselves falling in love with each other? Will it fulfill or hinder their dreams?
On the Wings of Love also features some of the most talented actors in the country including Joel Torre, Bianca Manalo, Albie Casino, Nanette Inventor, Nico Antonio, Jason Francisco, Nhikzy Calma, Andrei Garcia, Laiza Comia, and Cherry Pie Picache. Also in the series are Isay Alvarez and Katya Santos in special roles.
The series is the latest offering of ABS-CBN’s Dreamscape Entertainment Television, the group that created top-rating drama series such as Nathaniel and Inday Bote.
Don’t miss the beginning of Clark and Lea’s love story in On the Wings of Love on Monday on ABS-CBN Primetime Bida.
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