There is truly no stopping Dolce Amore, the no. 1 kilig series in the country, from conquering Philippine television with its string of successes – from its consistent high ratings to the positive feedback it has received from viewers.
The series, starring Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil, has constantly attracted primetime viewers nationwide, with its recorded ratings peaking at 37.5 percent, based on data from Kantar Media. There is also an outpouring of positive comments for the love team’s acting prowess, especially during the tender scenes between Serena and Tenten.
“It’s overwhelming. Lalo na we came from Forevermore na magaganda rin ‘yung feedback, so parang ‘yung pressure na dala namin sa Dolce Amore, kumbaga parang nawala, or kung ‘di man nawala, nabawasan. Of course, we can’t do that kung wala ang help nina Direk Mae (Cruz-Alvar), Direk Richard (Arellano), and all our staff. Nagpapasalamat rin talaga kami sa suporta nila, ng LizQuen fans, at ng mga Kapamilya natin,” said Enrique.
“We’re glad that all the hardwork is paying off. Thankful po ako kasi magagaling ang mga kasama namin. Nakakahawa ang galing nilang umarte. But we have so much to learn. We will never take the love for granted,” said Liza.
Coming on the heels of Dolce’s” success is the launch of the Dolce Amore Destiny Tour, which promises to spread even more kilig to the fans of the show, endearingly called Amores, not just in the country but also in other parts of the world.
Its first stop, which is already gaining buzz online, will happen at Lapu-Lapu Shrine at the Luneta Park, Manila on May 1 where Amores can get to sing and play with the whole cast.
They will also continue to take the world by storm with legs in Yorkshire, UK on June 11; Paris, France and Rome, Italy on June 12; Dusseldorf, Germany on June 19. For more information, just visit emea.kapamilya.com.
As the story of Dolce Amore continues, Tenten and Serena’s relationship faces uncertainty after Kuya Binggoy (Kean Cipriano) kidnapped Serena in exchange for ransom money for the operation of Tatay Binggoy (Edgar Mortiz).
However, Serena thinks that Tenten is involved in the kidnapping. Will Serena finally go back to Italy?
Don’t miss the country’s no. 1 kilig series, Dolce Amore weeknights on ABS-CBN or ABS-CBN HD (SkyCable ch 167).
Catch its latest episodes on iwantv.com.ph or skyondemand.com.ph for Sky subscribers. For updates, follow @realdolceamore on Twitter and Instagram.
‘Game Of Thrones’ marathon on HBO GO exclusively on SKY
With anticipation for the new season premiere of HBO’s Game of Thrones reaching fever pitch, SKY is pushing the rewind button to give postpaid subscribers access to the hit series’ first five seasons via a marathon on HBO GO.
The exclusive offering begins this week.
HBO GO, the video-on-demand site of HBO, allows SKY postpaid subscribers to freely relive their favorite Game of Thrones episodes anytime, anywhere on any device. SKY postpaid subscribers can even watch new episodes of the worldwide hit HBO original series within the same day as the U.S. telecast.
Meanwhile on Monday, Game of Thrones fans finally got answers as to the fate of Jon Snow. Avid viewers also saw the return of Bran Stark and many other key characters in the show.
What will be the real fate of Jon Snow? How will Daenerys and other characters fight for their pursuit to conquer King’s Landing and take control of the Iron Throne?
Don’t miss the highly anticipated Game of Thrones season 6 via HBO HD on SKYcable.
To get access to HBO GO, SKY postpaid subscribers need to register their SKY account and download the HBO GO mobile app on Google Play or App Store.
HBO GO is free for HBO PAK subscribers and SKY postpaid subscribers. For more information, visit http://www.mysky.com.ph/hbogo.
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