Reliving unforgettable scenes of revenge and passion

posted April 16, 2018 at 07:50 pm
by  Manila Standard Showbitz
Revel in tales of romance and redemption this summer as Jeepney TV airs two of ABS-CBN’s well-loved drama series--Pusong Ligaw and Bridges of Love--starting this month.

Follow the story of friendship, betrayal, and revenge in Pusong Ligaw, starring Beauty Gonzales and Bianca King as best friends Tessa and Marga. The breakthrough afternoon toprater during its original airing on ABS-CBN now makes it way to primetime on Jeepney TV. Completing the series’ fresh ensemble are Joem Bascon, Raymond Bagatsing, Diego Loyzaga, Enzo Pineda, and Sofia Andres.

Marga betrays Tessa and tries to steal her boyfriend out of jealousy. Brokenhearted, Marga goes to Manila to start a new life with her baby Rafael who will get stolen from her. Years later, the former best friends meet again and uncover the secrets from their past.

'Bridges of Love' cast members Jericho Rosales, Maja Salvador and Paulo Avelino, and 'Pusong Ligaw' stars Bianca King and Beauty Gonzales.
Meanwhile, Jericho Rosales, Maja Salvador, and Paulo Avelino lead the intense scenes in Bridges of Love, the PMPC Star Awards for TV Best Primetime Drama Series in 2015. The series also gave Maja the highly coveted Star Awards for TV Best Drama Actress nod.

Two brothers, Gael (Jericho) and Carlos (Paulo), get separated due to an unexpected tragedy. Years later, they will be bridged together by love for the same lady, Mia (Maja), who is Gael’s greatest love, and the woman who completes Carlos’ broken heart.

Catch the revelations in Bridges of Love, weeknights at 7:00 p.m., and A Love To Last, also weeknights at 9:00 p.m. starting April 23 (Monday). 

Jeepney TV is available on SKYcable channel 9, Destiny Cable Analog 41 and Digital 9. For updates, like the Jeepney TV page on Facebook ( or visit

Topics: Pusong Ligaw , Bridges of Love ,  Beauty Gonzales , Bianca King , Jericho Rosales ,  Maja Salvador , Paulo Avelino , Jeepney TV , SKYcable
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