The children of the Salazar family have been pursuing separate lives in the recent years. Teddie (Toni Gonzaga), the eldest, is working in Spain; Bobbie (Bea Alonzo), the second child, is working in New York; Alex (Angel Locsin), the third child is a Manila-based independent film assistant director; Gabbie (Shaina Magdayao) is a school teacher who lives at home; and CJ (Enchong Dee) works as an IT professional in Manila. After a few years of not being together as a whole family, they find themselves reuniting when CJ announces his plan to marry Princess, his girlfriend for three months. Much to their shock and dismay, CJ's sisters come together for the wedding and have agreed to dissuade him from marrying his fiancée. As they interact with each other, they also face the feelings and issues they've tried to hide. Teddie keeps the truth that she is far from the successful person her mom wants her to be; Bobbie struggles saying yes to her boyfriend's marriage proposal as she confronts the rift she had with her sister Alex; Alex becomes overly insecure and possessive of Chad, her long-term boyfriend, and Gabbie’s resentment about being left behind and being unappreciated by their mom also surfaces. CJ tries to juggle his responsibilities to his family and his future bride. All siblings re-examine how they were before, who they are now and face the ultimate test of their bond. This is a drama comedy of family relationships; of siblings who have grown together, apart and what it takes to make them grow together again; of love and forgiveness; and the acknowledgment of one's family.