Spend your weekend with the stars of ABS-CBN’s upcoming drama, The Good Son in a fan meet at the Farmers Plaza activity area today at 4 p.m..
Led by popular young star Joshua Garcia, who last appeared on the network’s 2016 afternoon series The Greatest Love, the gathering brings together the new show’s young cast members in an exciting afternoon treat for fans before the new show debuts on TV.
Fans coming to the event are enjoined to post photos and video clips on their social media accounts with the hashtag #TheGoodSonAtAraneta.
The thrilling event, one of the many highlights visitors can keep expecting at the Araneta Center, will give fans the chance to have an up close and personal encounter with their soon-to-be favorites who will play key roles in the much anticipated drama, The Good Son.
Joshua, who stars as Joseph “Jopet” Reyes Buenavidez in the new series, will be joined in the festivities in Farmers Plaza by co-stars McCoy de Leon (who plays Oliver “Obet” Reyes Buenavidez), Jerome Ponce (Lorenzo “Enzo” Gesmundo Buenavidez), Nash Aguas (Calvin “Cal” Gesmundo Buenavidez), Alexa Ilacad (Justine Castillo), and Elisse Joson (Sabrina Lorenzo).
The Good Son tells the story of a father (Albert Martinez) who leaves behind a dark secret after his death: the other family he had kept hidden from his wife. It is directed by Manny Palo and Andoy Ranay. Early reviews of the drama pegged it as “compelling,” “well-directed,” and “well-acted.” The show premieres tomorrow following La Luna Sangre on ABS-CBN’s Primetime Bida.
The cast also includes Mylene Dizon, Eula Valdez, and John Estrada. For more information on the fan meet and various events in Araneta Center, visit www.aranetacenter.net; the Araneta Center Facebook page; and its Instagram and Twitter accounts @thearanetecenter.
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