Actress Lovi Poe is on a roll these days. The reason for this is the inclusion of highly acclaimed series, Flower of Evil, in Primetime Bida block beginning today.
When the series first aired on Viu channel, Lovi received glowing reviews for portraying Iris Castillo-del Rosario in the Philippine adaptation of the Korean hit show. The series was Lovi’s first series for the Kapamilya network. It also marks Lovi’s first entry in the suspense—mystery and action genre.
“At least for the duration of this series, I fulfilled my dream of being an Action Queen,” says Lovi.
The actress and singer could not forget the fact that the people on the set started calling her “LPJ” or “DA Queen” in reference to her father, Fernando Poe, Jr.
“I really enjoyed having that illusion, even if it was just the duration of the taping of the series,” the actress jokingly confesses.
As a police detective, Lovi was required to do a lot of stunts in the action sequences, fight scenes, and chase scenes, and instead of a handbag or a purse, her accessory this time was a handgun.
“I’m really proud of our show, and I hope that the television viewers will love it as well. I am truly grateful for having the best production staff, directors, and a wonderful cast,” admits Lovi.
“I truly loved working with all my co-actors in the show because they were all extremely dedicated to the project. Piolo Pascual, my leading man, who did his best and was very supportive and encouraging, and so was Paulo Avelino who delivered a great performance as the root of all evil, the same goes for the rest of my co-stars,” the actress relays.
Lovi will return from the US soon because she will show another side of her personality with her musical skills to our fellow kababayans abroad, as she takes part in Asap Natin ‘To at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas.
Watch Flower of Evil on Primetime Bida starting tonight at 9:30 p.m. on Kapamilya Channel, Jeepney Tv, A2Z, and TV 5.
Completing the cast of Flower of Evil are JC De Vera, Denise Laurel, Agot Isidro, Joem Bascon, Joross Gamboa, Rita Avila, Jett Pangan, and Edu Manzano.