Philippine News

ABS-CBN’s hit teleserye “Forevermore” approaches finale

QUEZON CITY – “Forevermore” lead stars Enrique Gil and Liza Soberano are both grateful because of how ABS-CBN’s top-rating romantic drama series changed their lives and careers. Their gratitude is made more poignant now that the finale episode of “Forevermore” will be aired on The Filipino Channel (TFC) worldwide on May 22, Friday (May 23, Saturday Australian Daylight Savings Time (AEST), New Zealand Daylight Savings Time (NZDT), Guam and Japan time).

“We are very thankful for all the viewers who followed the love story of Xander (Gil) and Agnes (Soberano). The success of ‘Forevermore’ inspired me more to work and to become a better actor,” said Gil.

“’Forevermore’ brought a huge change in my life. Aside from getting the recognition from viewers, this series helped me discover a lot of things about myself and showbiz,” Soberano said.



When asked about what fans and viewers should watch out for in the last week of “Forevermore,” Liza said that everyone will surely love the finale. “They’ll find out if Agnes and Xander will end up together, and if true love really lasts,” she added.

Since it aired in October 2014, “Forevermore” has consistently won the hearts of viewers worldwide because of the gripping love story of the characters of Gil and Soberano or also known with their love team, LizQuen. It drove more viewership worldwide because of the addition of the English sub-titles for non-Filipino speaking viewers.

Further proving the success of the series is the popularity of the tourist spot in Sitio Pungayan in Sto. Tomas Road in Tuba Benguet, which is now more known as La Presa, the place where Xander and Agnes fell in love with each other.

Will Xander and Agnes really prove that there is such thing as ‘forever?’ Do not miss the last week of “Forevermore,” this Friday, May 22 (Saturday, May 23 AEST, NZDT, Guam, and Japan time) on TFC worldwide. Viewers can also catch the love-filled finale via livestream on TFC’s official online service, or relive more of its ‘kilig’ episodes via TFC’s video-on-demand or VOD (Internet Protocol Television or IPTV) service available in the U.S.A., Canada, Europe, Middle East, Australia, New Zealand, and Japan.

Partner with adobo Magazine

Related Articles

Back to top button