Whether it be falling in or out of love, Filipinos have the penchant for hugot lines and stories—the more emotionally-charged and relatable, the more Pinoys are drawn to these.
From the same group that continues to make groundbreaking and award-winning documentaries and programs comes One Hugot Away featuring digital love stories set to make hearts flutter beginning today.
Produced by GMA Public Affairs, One Hugot Away brings to life short film love stories made for digital format, which will also be shown on television. The series will be available on GMA Network’s Facebook and YouTube accounts while snippets will also be aired on GMA 7 all throughout the day.
For its first offering, One Hugot Away will have Kapuso actors Shaira Diaz and David Licauco banner the story of Ella and Ben entitled “Walang Label.”
Ella and Ben have gotten really close spending time together for the past six months. Ella admits they “enjoy” each other’s company. But it boggles her that while Ben shows they are more than friends, he is not consistent with his actions. What will happen once she confronts Ben about the label of their relationship if there is one?
Snippets of this short film will be seen on TV during commercial gaps of Kapuso Movie Festival, Wowowin, and My Golden Life. Netizens, on the other hand, will be able to catch the two-part story at 7:00 p.m..
But viewers will have to wait until March 28 during the timeslot of My Golden Life to know what will be the ending of Ella and Ben’s story. Netizens on the other hand, can watch the finale on March 29 at 12:00 noon.
The first One Hugot Away short film is written by James Estrada and directed by Zig Dulay. The Clash alumna Muriel Lomadilla sang the theme song entitled “Bakit ‘Di Na Lang Tayo,” which was composed by Roxanne Fabian and mixed by Andrea Cullla under GMA Post Music Production.
Go ahead, indulge in your deepest ‘‘Hugot” moments. Catch One Hugot Away on GMA Network’s Facebook (www.facebook.com/GMANetwork) and YouTube (www.youtube.com/GMANetwork) accounts and on GMA 7.
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