iWantTFC users worldwide will be the first ones to watch the premiere of ABS-CBN’s upcoming infidelity drama “The Broken Marriage Vow” and the finale of Paulo Avelino and Janine Gutierrez’s “Marry Me, Marry You” two days before their TV broadcast.
“The Broken Marriage Vow,” the Philippine adaptation of BBC’s “Doctor Foster,” will be seen first worldwide on iWantTFC on Saturday (January 22) at 8 PM. Follow the story of Dra. Jill Ilustre (Jodi Sta. Maria) as her life plunges into turmoil when she discovers that her husband (Zanjoe Marudo) is cheating on her with a younger woman (Sue Ramirez).
On Wednesday (January 19), iWantTFC users can already find out what happens to Andrei (Paulo) and Camille’s (Paulo and Janine) love story in “Marry Me, Marry You.” Despite the arrest of Laviña (Teresa Loyzaga), Andrei and Camille will have to deal with Patricia’s (Iana Bernardez) obsession with Andrei as she threatens to harm them, including her baby with Andrei, in the hopes of sabotaging Andrei and Camille’s grand church wedding.
iWantTFC also offers more reasons to fall in love with Thai offerings “F4 Thailand: Boys Over Flowers’” new Filipino-dubbed episode dropping every Saturday at 9:30 PM in the Philippines. Fans of the Thai boys’ love (BL) pair of Off Jumpol and Gun Atthaphan, meanwhile, can watch a new episode of the action-drama series “Not Me” every Monday (Filipino-dubbed) and every Sunday (English-subbed) on iWantTFC.
Thai BL fans can also watch the new series “Enchanté,” where four charming guys try to win the heart of their schoolmate Theo (Book Kasidet). The original Thai version with English subtitles will premiere on iWantTFC in the Philippines on January 28, simulcast with its airing in Thailand, while the Filipino-dubbed episodes drop on February 3.
Viewers can learn about love, family, and kindness from the iWantTFC original anthology series “Click, Like, Share,” with new episodes about social media and technology’s impact on personal relationships. Vivoree Esclito’s “QR Code,” as well as Elmo Magalona and Jane Oineza’s “Unseen” are already available on the platform, while JC Alcantara’s “Repair,” and Shanaia Gomez and Belle Mariano’s “Swap” will drop respectively on January 26 and February 2 at 8 PM.
Meanwhile, Donny Pangilinan and Belle Mariano’s first movie together, “Love Is Color Blind,” is still available for only P249. It follows Cara (Belle), who falls in love with her high school best friend Ino (Donny) as she helps him recover from an illness.
Universal stories of lives encountered, transformed, and blessed by God are featured in the inspirational drama anthology series “Dear God,” which stars Piolo Pascual, Lara Quigaman-Alcaraz, Harvey Bautista, Kris Bernal, Joross Gamboa, Vina Morales, and Riva Quenery. It will be available on iWantTFC until March 11 for only P249 or US$4.99.
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