We can almost hear the bells now that we’ve finally gotten our first look at the much-anticipated series “Marry Me, Marry You”!
Dreamscape Entertainment blessed us with a 10-minute behind-the-scenes peek with the cast and team behind the show.
Its stars Janine Gutierrez and Paulo Avelino did an interview about weddings and settling down, dressed as bride and groom, and the actress revealed that while she hopes to get married, she thinks it’s something she has to be completely sure of.
“Gusto ko [ikasal]. Kapag sinabi mo kasing marriage, parang it’s so forever talaga na siyempre sobrang papahalagahan mo iyan. Kailangan siguradong-sigurado ka. Exciting din siyang isipin para sa akin,” Janine explained.
Paulo agreed, saying, “Parang bond mo na iyan na sigurado ka nang makakasama mo itong taong ito hanggang pagtanda mo.”
One of its directors, Jojo Saguin, hinted that “Marry Me, Marry You” will offer a new flavor to audiences.
“Hindi siya typical teleserye na marugdog. As much as possible, our goal is to be light pero nakakapagpaiyak ng tao. Hindi 'yung may walling, matataas ang boses na may sigawan. Dito ita-try natin na ibahin although kahit siya light, may kurot sa puso,” she explained.
Dwein Baltazar, who is also at the helm of the series, said that it’s something that everyone’s going to find easy to watch.
“I wanted something na the audience can come home to, bukod sa relate to, kapag pagod sila or nade-drain na sila sa life. Kapag pinanood nila 'yung show, may comfort silang mararamdaman dito, parang mini-sanctuary na pwede nilang maging takas,” she revealed.
Its star-studded cast include Cherry Pie Picache, Vina Morales, Sunshine Dizon, Edu Manzano, Teresa Loyzaga, Lito Pimentel, Joko Diaz, Jett Pangan, Jake Ejercito, and more.
“Marry Me, Marry You” is set to premiere soon on ABS-CBN platforms.
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