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Joshua, Julia, Gerald, Arci reunite in ‘Love Unlock’

Four people whose lives are intertwined in love will set their true feelings free in the original digital special Love Unlock, which will exclusively premiere on Kapamilya Online Live this Saturday (Aug. 15), 7:30 p.m..

The show marks the reunion of well-loved tandems of Joshua Garcia and Julia Barretto, and Gerald Anderson and Arci Munoz in back-to-back mini movies that will bring fun, romance, and drama to viewers.

Joshua Garcie and Julia Barretto
Catch “E-numan” as Joshua and Julia play ex-lovers who will have the chance to talk and reminisce about the past with their friends in an online reunion. However, their happy and harmless rekindling takes an unexpected turn as they unearth unresolved issues that will test their clique’s bond.

In “Hook-Up,” Gerald and Arci will play lovers who will try to spice things up by attempting to make love online. But as they continue to explore more about online lovemaking, they will discover new things about each other that will change the course of their relationship.

Gerald Anderson and Arci Munoz
Love Unlock is directed by Dado Lumibao and written by Benson Logronio and Arah Jell Badayos.

Apart from Love Unlock, viewers can also watch other Kapamilya shows on Kapamilya Online Live for free. On YouTube, it will stream continuously throughout the day from as early as 7:40 a.m. until 10:00 p.m..On Facebook, meanwhile, viewers can catch their favorite shows on regular timeslots with scheduled breaks between timeblocks.

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Topics: JoshLia , Joshua Garcia , Julia Barretto , Gerald Anderson , Arci Munoz , Love Unlock
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