From a pretend marriage that blossomed into a real romance, the story of Pacencia “Sensen” Guipit and Dr. Miguel “Migs” Alcancia glued viewers to their TV sets every night on Owe My Love.
Bannered by Kapuso Premier Drama Actress Lovi Poe (Sensen) and sought-after Kapuso leading man Benjamin Alves (Doc Migs), Owe My Love followed the story of Sensen and Migs whose lives intertwined in a world of debt, near-death, and dogged dedication to family.
The series’ last few episodes settle a number of unfinished businesses.
Fresh from his ill-fated wedding to Trixie (Winwyn Marquez), Doc Migs teams up with Sensen to finally get to the bottom of her father Oryo’s (Pekto Nacua) murder.
Doc Migs tries to coax the truth out of his former bride, but Trixie digs her heels in and insists she is innocent.
Meanwhile, she plots a gruesome end for Sensen but this immediately backfires.
An unexpected ally presents Sensen and Migs with damning evidence against Divina (Jackie Lou Blanco) and her murderous schemes but a traumatic event leaves questions on whether Lolo Badong (Leo Martinez) will ever regain his memories. Will Trixie and Divina ever pay for their misdeeds?
Meanwhile, the Guipit family looks to the future together with the people of Brgy. Petsa de Peligro. After all they’ve been through, is there hope for their prosperity?
Discover the fate of your favorite characters as one of GMA’s beloved series comes to a close.
See how Vida (Ai-Ai de las Alas), Gwaps (Buboy Villar) and Evs (Kiray Celis) become model entrepreneurs and whose business has helped the town the most. Will the vloggers Jenny Rose (Jelai Andres) and Eddie (Jon Gutierrez) continue to find success as online celebrities?
Sensen and Migs’ contract, with all its provisions and restrictions, is now a done deal. But do Sensen and Migs still have unfinished business?
Is it time for another contract that’s meant to last forever?
Like the viewers, Lovi, Ben, and Winwyn shared that they will also miss the rom-com series.
“Feeling ko magkakaroon din ng separation anxiety ’yung viewers ‘pag natapos na yung palabas,” said Lovi. “Bawat tao — from cast, crew, staff (and) whole production — mami-miss ko. (‘Yung) buong bonding experience namin when we were on set kahit pa day off namin, ‘yun ‘yung mami-miss ko,” she shared.
Playing Sensen, Lovi said she had a number of takeaways from the series. “What you’re experiencing in real life, all of a sudden (it) hits you and gives you certain realizations,” the Kapuso actress said. “We have things that we learned during the show, and it worked for us in a very positive way. Si Sensen maraming tinuro kay Lovi,” she added.
Meanwhile, Ben says he empathized with his character, Doc Migs. “I learned that you have to be understanding of everyone’s situation.
Everyone is going through a financial struggle one way or another,” he shared.
He added that he is grateful that he was given the chance to play the role of Doc Migs. “Sana nabigyan ko ng buhay ‘yung karakter niya. Sana po you will remember his character and his relationship with Lolo Badong,” he added.
Winwyn, on the other hand, has this message for her character Trixie: “Sana mahanap niya ‘yung totoong happiness niya. Importante ang inner peace sa isang tao so sana makita niya rin ‘yun.”
Join the rest of the cast on the final week of Owe My Love, 9:35 p.m., on GMA Telebabad.
Viewers abroad can also catch the series via GMA’s flagship international channel, GMA Pinoy TV.
ABS-CBN’s Kapamilya Channel marks 1st anniversary
A year after reuniting Filipinos with Cardo Dalisay, FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano and other well-loved shows, ABS-CBN’s Kapamilya Channel continues to bring entertainment, hope and inspiration to Filipinos as it airs exciting new offerings to celebrate its first anniversary.
On top of long-running Pinoy favorites such as FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano, MMK, It’s Showtime and ASAP Natin ‘To, Kapamilya Channel boosts its line-up this month by launching Vice Ganda’s new singing game show, Erich Gonzales’ revenge drama, Donny Pangilinan and Belle Mariano’s romcom and Joross Gamboa and Roxanne Guinoo’s reunion project.
Vice will bring fun, music, and excitement to viewers with Everybody Sing, the Philippines’ first community singing game show that debuts on Saturday (June 5).
In each episode, the show assembles 25 players who will take on various singing challenges to win as much as P500,000 for their community.
Erich wears vengeance like a crown in La Vida Lena, which makes its way to Kapamilya Channel beginning June 28.
The series, which first became available on the iWantTFC streaming service, follows Magda’s (Erich) transformation into Lena, a fierce and strong-willed lady who is out to get even with those who wronged her. The cast also includes JC De Vera, Kit Thompson, Carlo Aquino, Agot Isidro, Raymond Bagatsing and Janice de Belen.
Viewers can also look forward to Joross and Roxanne’s feel-good rom-com Hoy, Love You, which tells the story of two single parents who unexpectedly find love. The iWantTFC original series also stars the love team of Karina Bautista and Aljon Mendoza and airs on Kapamilya Channel starting June 19, 10 p.m.
DonBelle’s highly anticipated teen rom-com He’s Into Her, meanwhile, made a big splash with its premiere last weekend as it topped social media trending topics and set record-breaking views for iWantTFC.
The series, which will air nine more episodes every Sunday at 8:45 p.m. on Kapamilya Channel, follows Maxpein (Belle) and Deib (Donny)’s constant quarreling that leads to falling in love and meaningful lessons in romance, family and friendship.
All these shows will be seen via cable and satellite TV on Kapamilya Channel (SKYchannel 8 on SD and channel 167 on HD, Cablelink channel 8, G Sat Direct TV channel 22, and most cable operator-members under Philippine Cable and Telecommunications Association).
Kapamilya Channel also airs fresh episodes of ABS-CBN shows FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano, Huwag Kang Mangamba, Init Sa Magdamag, Count Your Lucky Stars, It’s Showtime, MMK, ASAP Natin ‘To, Paano Kita Mapasasalamatan, Iba ‘Yan and We Rise Together.
Kapamilya Channel is one of the many platforms where Filipinos can enjoy their favorite shows as ABS-CBN continues to find ways to reach audiences wherever they may be.
In May, ABS-CBN launched its “Andito Kami Para Sa ‘Yo” plug on social media, a year after the shutdown of its broadcast operations, to reiterate its commitment to serving and providing Filipinos with entertainment through its shows on free TV, cable TV, and online.
Viewers can also watch ABS-CBN shows on TV5 and A2Z on free TV, digital TV boxes and cable, Jeepney TV and CineMo on cable, on Kapamilya Online Live on ABS-CBN Entertainment’s Facebook page and YouTube channel and on streaming platforms iWantTFC, WeTV and iflix.