In the mood of shooting stars? Well, these boys in Camp Avenue Studios are having one. #InfluencersTheSeries is coming your way.
The success of Boys Love in Thailand took a massive hit in the Philippines which led to a strong Filipino BL fanbase. During the quarantine period, the viewers sought for more content which signaled production companies to create more LGBT content.
#InfluencersTheSeries is a journey of two different kinds of influencers in two different worlds with different stories to tell. This series aims to showcase the life behind Insta-glam images of social media ‘Influencers’. But what if these two were destined to meet and eventually fall in love with each other? Question is, how will they conquer it with all the pressure and fame?
Chollo Sotiangco (Ram Agoncillo) and Leon Eustaquio (Migo Valle) are the lead actors of the first-ever BL series of Camp Avenue Studios. Chollo Sotiangco is currently a 3rd year BA Communication student while Leon Eustaquio, a graduate of Behavioral Sciences is currently taking his pre-medical course and is also an advocate for mental health.
Together with the two are Romeo Malijan as Cholo dela Cruz, Kevin Alejandro as Josh Martinez, Denjo Jose as Andrei Mayormente, Kevin Martinez as Max Pope, Em Meneses as Cassandra Vergara, and Maz Esquivel as Chesca Fermin.
In preparation for the series, the casts also underwent a BL talk with Director Aam Anusorn of “2moons2” and the upcoming Netflix BL series “Call It What You Want”. #Influencers The Series is directed by Renz-Bhil Tugelida and was written by Stephanie-Rose Quiros. Watch out for their updates regarding this series by following them on their social media accounts.
The official trailer was released last Saturday, Nov. 7 via Camp Avenue Studios’ official YouTube channel.
Watch ad-free #Influencers The Series’ Director’s Cut and exclusive behind-the-scenes through TicketNetOnline Advance Screening at www.ticketnet.com.ph.
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