James Reid and Nadine Lustre make much-awaited comeback via ‘Til I Met You’

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  • Team Real ready to bring another ‘kilig-filled’ TV series to Kapamilyas in key countries worldwide via TFC

    August 29, 2016 (Quezon City, Philippines) – James Reid and Nadine Lustre are back on Philippine television as they star in another ABS-CBN series, “’Til I Met You.”

    After their successful TV debut via “On The Wings of Love (OTWOL)” the reel and real-life loveteam is back to bringing another thrilling series that will make viewers laugh and cry every night.

    Joining them in this new show is newest leading man JC Santos who is making a debut with his first lead role in a TV series.

    One of ABS-CBN’s most popular loveteam, fondly called by their fans as ‘JaDine,’ first became popular with the film “Diary ng Panget” that led to other successful movies. Now, they are starring in their second TV series which has been anticipated by their fans since their last TV series concluded.

    In “Till I Met You,” Reid and Lustre will give life to the characters of Basti and Iris who will meet through Santos’ character Ali.

    Back in the Philippines, Iris and Ali have been childhood best friends who eventually developed a mutual understanding. Their love story is about to blossom until they decide to try their luck in Greece, where Ali’s online friend Basti is living.

    It won’t be a good start between Iris and Basti.  Iris becomes annoyed by his attitude.  However, as they get over the awkward stage and Basti gets to know Iris more, he finds himself falling in love with her.

    With Ali in the way of their blossoming romance, they are torn between fighting for how they feel or letting go to save a friendship. As the story deepens, they will also discover how the people around them could affect the decisions they will make.

    Also starring in the show are Carmina Villaroel, Zoren Legaspi, Angel Aquino and Pokwang, who will be under the guidance of Hugot Director Antoinette Jadaone who also directed JaDine in “OTWOL.” The kilig vibes will start August 29 on TFC (August 30 New Zealand) while succeeding episodes will be seen Monday to Friday on TFC in key countries worldwide and Tuesday to Saturday in Australia, New Zealand, Japan and Guam.

    Watch the premiere via livestream at TFC IPTV and TFC.TV in key countries worldwide. The streaming will be simulcast with ABS-CBN in the Philippines and available on demand via TFC IPTV and TFC.tv in key countries worldwide.

    For more updates, visit facebook.com/KapamilyaTFC. (Photos by Jojit Lorenzo)

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