Loisa Andalio and Ronnie Alonte find themselves falling in love but doomed to stay apart as they play step-siblings in iWantTFC’s special Valentine treat and LoiNie’s first original series titled Unloving U, which starts streaming today.
Having to live under one roof after their parents’ marriage, Fiona (Loisa) and Alfie (Ronnie) are forced to learn how to live together as step-siblings. With completely different personalities, the two are disgusted with each other as Fiona vents to her father (Ariel Rivera) how she cannot stand Alfie’s snobbish personality.
Alfie, on the other hand, bares his feelings to his mom (Gelli de Belen) about how he wants Fiona out of the house.
Fiona and Alfie’s constant bickering, however, leads her to secretly fall in love with him as their interest in music also allows them to grow closer and develop a deep bond.
Knowing she can never be in a romantic relationship with Alfie, who also has a girlfriend, Fiona begins the process of unloving him.
Will Fiona be able to ignore her love for Alfie? How will her love for him affect their relationship with their parents?
Unloving U is directed by Easy Ferrer and also includes members of “The Squad Plus,” Sam Cruz, KD Estrada, and Anji Salvacion.
The official soundtrack of the series, meanwhile, is now available on all online music streaming platforms and contains songs performed by Loisa, Sam, KD, and Anji such as “Kaya Pala,” “Saves It,” and “Keeps on Coming Back.”
The six-episode series will begin streaming for standard and premium subscribers worldwide on the iWantTFC app (iOs and Android) or on iwanttfc.com today, with daily episodes dropping at 8:00 p.m. until Feb. 13.
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