Andrei and Camille (Paulo Avelino and Janine Gutierrez) vow to fight through thick and thin now that they are happily engaged in “Marry Me, Marry You,” which airs weeknights on Kapamilya Channel, A2Z, and TV5.
As they begin their “road to forever,” Camille’s family has given the couple their full support. Andrei, however, still has to convince his side of the family that Camille has no bad intentions and that they will push through with their wedding no matter what.
Luckily, Andrei’s overbearing father Emilio (Edu Manzano) slowly warms up to his son when they have a heart-to-heart conversation, which will also lead Emilio to retract his decision on disinheriting Andrei.
While Andrei is on the right track with reconciling with Emilio, all hope may be lost for his stepmother Laviña (Teresa Loyzaga), who will do whatever it takes to ruin Andrei and Camille’s relationship. Laviña fears that Emilio will rekindle his romance with Elvie (Cherry Pie Picache), Andrei’s real mother and Camille’s godmother, if the newly-engaged couple insist on getting married.
Meanwhile, Paula’s (Sunshine Dizon) secret love affair with her younger suitor Luke (Fino Herrera) has gotten more complicated. Paula is sacrificing her own happiness for her daughter Koleene (Analain Salvador), after she found out that her daughter is also in love with Luke. But Paula might have to deal with a double heartbreak when Koleene finds out the truth about their romance and catches them holding hands.
Will Emilio finally accept Camille and her family for Andrei? What will happen to Paula’s relationship with Koleene when she finds out about the truth?
Watch “Marry Me, Marry You” on weeknights at 8:40 PM on Kapamilya Channel, A2Z, TV5, and Kapamilya Online Live on ABS-CBN Entertainment’s YouTube channel and Facebook page. Viewers who use any digital TV box at home such as the TVplus box only need to rescan their device to be able to watch “Marry Me, Marry You” on TV5 and A2Z.
“Marry Me, Marry You,” which figured in the list of the most watched TV programs among U.S. multicultural Asian homes in September, is also available to viewers in and out of the Philippines on iWantTFC, while viewers outside of the Philippines can watch on The Filipino Channel (TFC) on cable and IPTV.