Reasons that will make you say ‘yes!’ to ‘Marry Me, Marry You’

Paulo Avelino and Janine Gutierrez are finally getting hitched in ABS-CBN’s newest television series Marry Me, Marry You.

Paulo Avelino and Janine Gutierrez share the screen as a couple in ‘Marry Me, Marry You.’
If you’re just as excited as us about the show’s cute wedding-themed teasers, Paulo and Janine’s big day is happening on Sept. 13, when the series premieres on Kapamilya Channel, Kapamilya Online Live, A2Z, and TV5 at 9:25 p.m.

Before fans get to watch its pilot episode, we’ve compiled seven exciting things to look forward to in the series:

Janine and Sunshine like you’ve never seen them before

Janine and Sunshine Dizon veer away from their usual heavy drama roles to show their bubbly and fun-loving side in Marry Me, Marry You, which is their first Kapamilya teleserye. In fact, when you watch the scenes where they are together, you’ll find yourself irresistibly laughing out loud.

Janine plays the jolly and optimistic Camille, while Sunshine effortlessly displays her ‘kalog’ side as a single mom named Paula, whom Camille is the closest to out of her three godmothers. Paula’s love life also gets exciting as she figures in a May-December affair when she falls in love with a younger man (Fino Herrera).

It’s feel-good, comforting, and evokes the vibe of “OTWOL” and “Be Careful”

If you fell in love with the hit Kapamilya teleseryes On the Wings of Love and Be Careful with My Heart, then Marry Me, Marry You will surely be up your alley.

The family-oriented series presents a feel-good yet heartwarming story about the true essence of love and family, which is very timely now that we need more sources of relief and entertainment more than ever. Read full story on

Topics: Paulo Avelino , Janine Gutierrez , Marry Me , Marry You , Kapamilya Channel , Kapamilya Online Live , A2Z , TV5
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