Are you willing to risk everything so that love wins?
ABS-CBN and Dreamscape Television Entertainment proudly bring the newest series set to show that real love wins, Till I Met You starring the love team of real-life couple James Reid and Nadine Lustre, with primetime’s new leading man JC Santos.
Nadine plays Iris, an achiever yet simple girl who wishes to give her family a better life. Having grown up without a father, she lives happily with her siblings and her mother Cassandra (Carmina Villarroel).
She then develops a mutual understanding with her childhood best friend Ali (JC Santos), a son of a military general and a cook.
With the same aspirations in life, Iris and Ali grow closer to each other and will develop a budding romance. Together they will chase for their dreams in Greece, where they will meet Basti (James Reid), a rebellious son who works as a tour guide in the country. Living only by himself, he will find the acceptance he has been looking for from Iris and Ali.
However, their friendship will be put to test as Basti falls for Iris, deeply hurting Ali. This will lead them to the point of choosing between what matters more: love or friendship.
Will Iris and Ali still fulfill the dreams they built together? Will Basti fight for his love for Iris? Are they ready to risk everything to have the one they love?
Aside from the kilig moments, viewers are set to see the breathtaking sceneries of Greece as some of the scenes were shot in Santorini and other parts of the country.
Also joining the stellar cast are Zoren Legaspi, Angel Aquino, Pokwang, Kim Molina, and Robert Seña with the special participation of Richard Yap and Jay Manalo.
The comeback of James Reid and Nadine Lustre in primetime instantly captivated viewers nationwide as the pilot episode scored high in the national TV ratings on Aug. 29.
JaDine fans were in full force for the latest teleserye of ABS-CBN as it recorded a national TV rating of 28.2 percent, a huge lead compared to its rival program Descendants of the Sun, which only got 17.2 percent.
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