Fall in love with BL series ‘Ben X Jim’ anew

posted February 20, 2021 at 08:00 pm
by  Manila Standard Showbiz
If you’ve still got that hangover from Cupid’s holiday and are in the mood for some Boys’ Love entertainment, you’re in for a romantic treat because the sequel of Filipino BL series Ben X Jim, the first installment of which premiered on YouTube, has landed on digital platform UPSTREAM.

Fall in love with BL series ‘Ben X Jim’ anew
The second installment of Regal Entertainment’s Boys Love series ‘Ben X Jim,’ starring screen actors Jerome Ponce (left) and TJ Marquez, is now available for worldwide streaming on Upstream.
In partnership with GMovies, the platform presents not only movies but now also TV shows, with Season 2 of Regal Entertainment’s Ben X Jim first on the list.

Written and directed by Easy Ferrer, Ben X Jim follows the story of two people who go from strangers to lovers then back to strangers with memories. The show stars Teejay Marquez as Ben and Jerome Ponce as Jim. Sarah Edwards, Ron Angeles, and Kat Galang reprise their roles from the first season and are joined by new cast members Vance Larena, Royce Cabrera, Ejay Jallorina, Miko Gallardo, Darwin Yu, Anika Dela Cruz, and Jomari Angeles.

Tickets to Ben X Jim are available via GMovies in just a few clicks and binge-watch that post-Valentine’s Day hangover away. Curl up with your loved one or swoon alongside your pals over Ben and Jim’s story of love. 

For more information, visit the GMovies’ FAQs page. Book your tickets here: https://bit.ly/BOOK-BenxJim2. The series’ trailer is available here: https://bit.ly/BenxJimS2

Topics: Boys’ Love , Ben X Jim , UPSTREAM , Teejay Marquez , Jerome Ponce
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