…with its daring, fast-paced storytelling of the lives of two brothers Gael (Jericho) and Carlos (Paulo) who were unfortunately separated by a tragedy and now bridged by their growing fascination over one alluring club dancer named Mia (Maja).
Based on data from Kantar Media, “Bridges of Love” has kept the audience awake despite its late night time slot as proven by its nightly upswing in national TV ratings since it premiered last Monday (March 16). It scored national TV ratings of 21.9%, 24.4%, 24.4%, and 24.1% from Monday to Thursday (March 19), respectively. Its competing program on GMA, “Second Chances,” lagged behind with 13.6%, 12.3%, 14.1% and 14.8%.
Viewers are in for a steamier treat as the plot thickens with fate playing on Gael and Carlos’ hearts that beat for Mia. How will the brothers fight for the only girl they love? Will their love for Mia be the cure or the poison of their brotherhood badly wounded by the past?
“Bridges of Love” is directed by Dado Lumibao, Will Fredo, and Richard Somes. It is under the Star Creatives production, the creator of recent TV hits including “Princess and I,” “Got to Believe,” “The Legal Wife,” and the ongoing “Forevermore.”
Catch the extraordinary fight for family, identity, and love in “Bridges of Love,” weeknights after “Forevermore” on ABS-CBN Primetime Bida. For exclusive updates, log on to Twitter.com/StarCreativesTV and Instagram.com/StarCreatives_TV.