Netflix streams Filipino romance drama series ‘I Can See You’

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The four-part “I Can See You” drama anthology is available for streaming on Netflix starting February 15, 2021. Photo credits to GMA Network.

The Filipino romance drama series ‘I Can See You,’ will begin streaming on Netflix Philippines this February.

The streaming is the online premiere of the four-part mini-series which was filmed amid the coronavirus pandemic and shown on GMA Network TV in September 2020.

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The drama anthology starts streaming on February 15, 2021, with the series’ first installment, “Love On The Balcony”.

The first part features the story of a wedding photographer, played by Asian Star Alden Richards, who falls in love with a medical frontliner portrayed by Jasmine Curtis-Smith.

The second part titled “The Promise”, top-billed by Paolo Contis, Yasmien Kurdi, Benjamin Alves, and Andrea Torres will be available for streaming beginning March 1.

It follows the story of a wealthy widower who will fall in love with an aspiring artist who happens to be his cousin and business partner’s girlfriend.

The series’ third installment, “High-Rise Lovers”, which stars Tom Rodriguez, Lovi Poe, and Winwyn Marquez, tackles the life of a married couple whose relationship turned shaky because of their opposing goals in life. It will be available on the streaming site starting March 15.

Award-winning actors and celebrity couple Jennylyn Mercado and Dennis Trillo, together with Rhian Ramos, headlines the mini-series’ last installment titled “Truly. Madly. Deadly.”

Showing on March 29, it follows the story of a woman who left her city life after her sex video scandal with a married guy went viral online. However, her past begins to haunt her again after meeting a mysterious guy.

SEND cheers and support the Filipino actors and producers of the Filipino romance drama series ‘I Can See You’ as it streams on Netflix and showcases local talent online and across the globe amid the pandemic.

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