Can you be friends with your ex’s exes?

Sometimes, the best kind of friendship is the one you least expect. 

What if that friendship is with your ex-boyfriend’s ex-girlfriend? Can you really be friends with the women who dated your ex?

GMA Network has a new series for those who like to look back at their past love lives. It is about three women who formed an unlikely but strong friendship after discovering that at different times in their lives, each of them has been romantically linked with the same guy.

The series on primetime TV has intriguing characters and the producers are promising this will be filled with funny dialogue and interesting plotlines.  Rhian Ramos, Max Collins, and  Lovi Poe, three of the Kapuso network’s prettiest stars, play the three women who at one time have been involved with the same man.

BEVY OF BEAUTIES. Kapuso (from left) Rhian Ramos, Lovi Poe, and Max Collins  star in a light comedy show that tackles issues they know by heart -- moving on and getting over 
Rhian is  Zoe, a happy-go-lucky and flirty swimwear designer and social media darling. She comes from a wealthy family and lives in a unit at an upscale condominium. But she longs for parental love and is desperate for love and attention.

Max is  Darcy, a strong-willed and practical personal trainer who always speaks her mind. She likes to do things by herself and hates relying on others. She lives alone in a small apartment and gives financial support to her siblings in the province.

Lovi is  Alex, a workaholic with a sunny disposition and everything she does is on schedule. She works in a cable network and dreams of hosting her own travel show. She is family-oriented and works hard to contribute to her family’s finances.

Maryo J. Delos Reyes helms this upcoming program.

Will this be another rater when it hits your screens at home?

Only NUTAM, or Kantar media will know.

Topics: Rhian Ramos , Max Collins ,  Lovi Poe
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