- Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil are making their comeback series
- The two will star in the upcoming ABS-CBN romance series Make It With You
- The series serves as their reunion project with director Cathy Garcia-Molina
Kapamilya love team and real-life partners Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil are coming in a teleserye this year.
The two stars are currently taping their newest teleserye Make It With You in Croatia with acclaimed director Cathy Garcia-Molina and former Pinoy Big Brother housemate Fumiya Sankai.
The team behind the hit series Dolce Amore and Forevermore, Star Creatives, will produce a LizQuen series for the third time.
The production unit recently released a live stream update about the upcoming romance series on their official social media accounts.
Direk Cathy revealed that the chosen location best suited the story of the series.
“In the story, kailangan naming ng isang bansa na malayo ang Pilipinas at kakaunti ang Pilipino,” Direk Cathy said.
“Through research, napag-alaman na dito sa Croatia, sobrang kaunti ng Pinoy. To keep to its truth, dito tayo nagpunta. It’s something new to the Filipinos also… We need it for the story,” she said.
“We want to give you something that you will enjoy every night, but at the end of the day, we want to tell you something of good moral obligation,” she added.
Without spoiling major details of the series, the director described the characters of Liza and Enrique in the series as “very fun”.The two will be playing the roles of Billy and Gabo while Fumiya plays a Japanese character named Yuta.
Make it With You will be the fourth TV series of the loveteam following Bagani (2018), Forevermore (2014), and Dolce Amore (2016).
Liza and Enrique were last seen in the Black Sheep-produced romance drama flick Alone/Together which premiered in February this year. It was known as the second highest-grossing film for this year.
Meanwhile, Direk Cathy recently celebrated the success of her blockbuster film Hello, Love, Goodbye with Kathryn Bernardo and Alden Richards which holds the record as the highest-grossing Philippine film of all time.