Paulo and Janine get back together in “Marry Me, Marry You”

After refusing to move on from his bitter past, Andrei (Paulo Avelino) is now willing to reconnect with his mother and be a better partner to Camille (Janine Gutierrez) after getting back together with her in “Marry Me, Marry You,” which airs weeknights on Kapamilya Channel, A2Z, and TV5.

Andrei has taken the first step in turning his life around as he mends his relationship with his estranged mother Elvie (Cherry Pie Picache), who is also Camille’s godmother. This comes after Andrei found out the truth about the legal agreement between Elvie and his father Emilio (Edu Manzano). According to the contract, Elvie agreed to lose her rights as a mother to Andrei, and in exchange, Emilio would pay for the medical expenses to treat Andrei’s life-threatening illness.

Emilio, however, is dismayed that Andrei and Elvie have reconnected and will try to manipulate Andrei to side with him instead. 

Aside from repairing his personal relationships, Andrei is also determined to relaunch his company with Camille. However, Andrei has no plans of including his best friend, Cedric (Jake Ejercito), in their company after he betrayed him and admitted that he still loves Camille.

Meanwhile, Paula’s (Sunshine Dizon) relationship with her younger suitor Luke (Fino Herrera) is on the rocks as she soon finds out that her daughter Koleene (Analain Salvador), who is unaware of her love life, also has a major crush on Luke, who also happens to be her schoolmate.

What does Emilio have planned to ruin Andrei, Camille, and Elvie’s relationship? Will Paula sacrifice her own happiness for the sake of her daughter?


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.