Reminisce the sweetness of young love in the ABS-CBN primetime hit series Dolce Amore, starring Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil, on Jeepney TV this month.
LizQuen’s second primetime series after Forevermore is one of the most watched Kapamilya programs in 2016, ending on a high note with a national TV rating of 37.7 percent (Kantar Media).
It is a love story between a wealthy young lady from Italy, Serena (Liza), and hardworking Tenten (Enrique) from Tondo who cross paths when the former runs away to the Philippines to escape an arranged marriage. The two wanderers get even closer through an infallible link, amidst money issues and family problems, until they discover their roots and find out their real connection.
Meanwhile, the Korean romantic comedy series Twenty Again will be seen for the first time on Philippine television when it premieres on Jeepney TV this month.
No-ra, who is in her late 30’s, decides to go back to college after being misdiagnosed with cancer and given a six-month prognosis. She hopes to live the life she missed when she got pregnant at an early age, but things get messy when her son becomes her classmate, her intellectual snob of a husband accepts a job at the same university, and her professor turns out to be her former admirer in high school.
Also, witness the lives tangled in love in Tubig at Langis this month. Follow the journey of Irene (Cristine Reyes), a resilient young woman who rekindles her relationship with her high school sweetheart Natoy (Zanjoe Marudo) who accepts her despite of her son from another man and the disapproval of his family. However, after a ploy of his mother to think Irene is cheating on him, Natoy succumbs to barrio lass Clara, whom he met during one of his business trips.
Jeepney TV is available on SkyCable channel 9, Destiny Cable Analog 41 and Digital 9. For updates, like the Jeepney TV page on Facebook (www.facebook.com/JeepneyTV) or visit www.jeepneytv.ph.
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