Gino Roque falls in love with Heaven Peralejo in ‘Pasabuy’

Pasabuy, a WeTV original series, is now streaming for free exclusively on platform. The romantic comedy, which premiered last week streams at 7:00 p.m. and new episodes drop every Friday.

In this six-episode series, Gino Roque and Heaven Peralejo play two strangers who find themselves at the same resort just before the lockdown. John (Roque) is an aspiring musician trying to heal from a recent heartbreak. Anna (Peralejo) is a popular vlogger working on her latest video, while hiding her true feelings for her manager.

Gino Roque teams up with Heaven Peralejo for the first time in WeTV original series, “Pasabuy.’
Gino Roque teams up with Heaven Peralejo for the first time in WeTV original series, “Pasabuy.’
When they find themselves stranded there when the borders are closed, they cross paths at the community chatroom while placing their orders for necessities “pasabuy.”

Could love be in the books even under the most unromantic of settings. when the pandemic ends and lives go back to normal, was any of it real?   

Joining the cast are PBB Connect alumna Ella Cayabyab, Ralph Malibunas, and Gail Banawis, all of whom add a whole lot of personality and character, pun intended, to the show. Adding just the right touch of comedic flair are MJ Cayabyab as Anna’s energetic producer and bestie Ge, and Tiktok sweetheart Nana Silayro as the extra fabulosa Madame Minchin.  

Adding to the feels in this rom-com is the series theme song “Pansamantala,” written and performed by I Belong To The Zoo. The popular band gave a special performance of the song during the recent press conference for the series.  

The WeTV Original series Pasabuy is written and directed by Xian Lim, based on a WeTV Original concept. The show is co-produced by Forza Productions.

Topics: Gino Roque , Heaven Peralejo , Pasabuy , WeTV original series
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