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GMA’s drama anthology ‘I Can See You’ streams on Netflix

FEBRUARY is shaping up to be an exciting month for Kapuso viewers as GMA Network’s exceptional and one-of-a-kind drama anthology ‘I Can See You’ premieres on Netflix Philippines beginning February 15.

The groundbreaking program, which aired on GMA-7 in September last year, further solidifies GMA Network’s mission of being a catalyst in creating world-class programs and reinforcing its online presence as it joins the Network’s internationally-acclaimed primetime series ‘Descendants of the Sun Philippines’ on the popular video streaming platform.

I Can See You, which features four mini-series produced by four different teams, uses a common visual storytelling device - the use of a camera as a witness to the tales of love and mystery from everyday people; hence the title – I Can See You.

Kick-starting the drama anthology last February 15 was “Love On The Balcony” top-billed by Asia's Multimedia Star Alden Richards, Kapuso hunk Pancho Magno, and Kapuso leading Lady Jasmine Curtis-Smith. It tells the timely story of a wedding videographer, Gio (Alden), who crosses paths with a frontline nurse, Lea (Jasmine). Uninspired and creatively drained, Gio is encouraged by his business partner and friend Val (Pancho) to search for a potential fling during quarantine. After their unfortunate encounter, romance eventually blossoms between Gio and Lea amidst the pandemic.

Completing the cast are Denise Barbacena and Shyr Valdez. Love On The Balcony is directed by LA Madridejos.

Top-billed by talented Kapuso stars Andrea Torres, Yasmien Kurdi, Benjamin Alves, and Paolo Contis, “The Promise” gives viewers more reasons to believe in the power of love this March 1. The story begins with a wealthy widower named Frank (Paolo) who loses his passion for life and becomes a recluse after losing his wife Clarisse (Yasmien) from an accident. When Jude (Benjamin), his cousin and right-hand man in the company, visits him in the lake house where he stays, Frank takes an interest in the latter’s girlfriend Ivy (Andrea), an aspiring artist who is willing to do anything to take her family out of poverty.

Also playing an exciting role in this series is Maey Bautista. The Promise is directed by Zig Dulay.

Heating up online streaming experience on March 15 is the third installment “High-Rise Lovers,” which stars Kapuso Premier Drama Actress Lovi Poe, actress-beauty queen Winwyn Marquez, and multitalented Kapuso actor Tom Rodriguez. It follows the story of married couple Samantha (Lovi) and Luis (Tom) whose relationship dwindles as their opposing goals in life get the best of them. After moving into a new condominium unit, Samantha continues to strive for a big promotion at work while Luis, an unemployed contractor, is forced to accept a renovation job for another occupant – the mysterious and sultry Ysabel (Winwyn).

Also starring in the episode are Teresa Loyzaga and Kenneth “Tetay” Ocampo. High-Rise Lovers is under the helm of Monti Parungao.

Finally, set to bring mystery and romance is the last installment “Truly. Madly. Deadly.” headlined by Kapuso Drama King Dennis Trillo, versatile Kapuso actress Rhian Ramos, and Ultimate Star Jennylyn Mercado premiering on March 29. Coleen (Jennylyn) is a professional woman who, after being ridiculed online for a scandal with a married man, moves out of the city and works in a remote resort where she meets the mysterious resident IT guy named Drew (Dennis). Life seems to be going well for the recovering Coleen until her best friend turned enemy Abby (Rhian) shows up and her past begins to haunt her once again.

Joining the talented cast of this episode is Jhoana Marie Tan and with the special participation of Ruby Rodriguez. Truly. Madly. Deadly is directed by Jorron Lee Monroy.

Catch GMA Network’s "I Can See You" beginning February 15 on Netflix Philippines. (PR)


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