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GMA Network creative writer Suzette Doctolero expresses support with LizQuen’s ‘Alone/Together’

  • LizQuen’s 2019 Valentine film, ‘Alone/Together,’ has already reached the Php 100 million mark
  • Suzette Doctolero expressed her support and encouraged her followers to see the film
  • Alone/Together is produced under ABS-CBN’s Black Sheep Productions, a rival network of GMA Network
  • Suzette is the creative writer behind GMA Network hit shows like ‘Amaya,’ ‘Encantadia,’ and ‘My Husband’s Lover’

LizQuen’s 2019 Valentine film, ‘Alone/Together,’ has already reached the Php 100 million mark. As posted on Black Sheep’s Twitter account, as of February 16, the movie has already earned P123,589,663.95.

“With you guys, it’s Valentine’s Day erry day. Maraming salamat sa suporta, Sheepmates! 😍🖤 #AloneTogetherWeekend”



On it’s first day, it grossed P21.6 million. Written and directed by Antoinette Jadaone, ‘Alone/Together’ opened in cinemas on the 13th of February, and got graded A by the Cinema Evaluation Board.

Meanwhile, GMA Network creative writer Suzette Doctolero expressed her support for Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil’s movie, ‘Alone/Together,’ after watching it in a cinema. The film produced by Black Sheep, a film subsidiary under ABS-CBN, which is GMA Network’s rival network.

Suzette posted on Twitter, Saturday, February 16, to express her support the movie and encourage her followers to see it. On her post she said: “Saw the latest LizQuen movie last night and t’was good. If you’re for a more matured, uncomplicated narratives but nuanced romantic movie then watch it now na. Haha. Support Filipino movies. Lalo na pag maganda.”

Doctolero is known for creating the hit GMA Network shows “Encantadia,” “Amaya,” and “My Husband’s Lover.”

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