Viva Entertainment and TV5 proudly bring “P.S. I Love You” to today’s generation. But different from the usual remakes, “P.S. I Love You” is a continuation of the love story that happened 30 years ago.
“P.S. I Love You,” a sequel to the original ’80s movie, takes off from Mark (Gabby Concepcion) and Kristine’s (now portrayed by Dina Bonnevie) supposed wedding day, where the latter does not show up. Mark finds out later that Kristine married a wealthy businessman instead.
Living separate lives, Mark tries to work his way up to become a billionaire investment banker while Kristine is happily married with two kids, but her picture-perfect life crumbles upon the death of her husband. As their businesses dwindle and their family stands on the brink of bankruptcy, Kristine’s daughter Andrea (Alex Gonzaga) steps up to save their remaining livelihood. She derives inspiration from Jason (Kean Cipriano), a struggling musician.
Andrea decides to sell their company to an investor. Unknown to Andrea, the man interested in buying it is Mark.
This starts another chapter in the lives of Mark and Kristine. As love blossoms between their children – Mark’s son Paul (AJ Muhlach) and Kristine’s other daughter Candice (Nadine Lustre) – they move heaven and earth to keep them apart.
Also in the cast are Candy Pangilinan, Cheska Iñigo, Michael Flores, Say Alonzo, Jaycee Parker, Melissa Mendez, Nikki Bacolod, Al Chris Galura, Sarah Polvereni and Cogie Domingo, with the special participation of Lloyd Samartino.
Directed by Robert Quebral and Elaine Lozano, “P.S. I Love You” is co-produced by TV5 and Viva TV. It airs Monday to Friday after “Glamorosa” starting today, Nov. 21, on TV5.