LizQuen is back, on the small screen that is.
The celebrated love team of Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil has a new drama series coming up this Monday, as ABS-CBN launches ‘Dolce Amore’. The said series will take over the timeslot of ‘Pangako Sa ‘Yo’, who ironically replaced the LizQuen-starred ‘Forevermore’ nearly ten months earlier.
In ‘Dolce Amore’, Liza (as Serena) and Enrique (as Tenten) were raised without the guidance of their real parents. Serena grew up in Italy by her adoptive parents, while Tenten’s youth was spent in an orphanage.
Their worlds would soon collide once Serena landed in the Philippines. While searching for answers regarding her origins, she unexpectedly met Tenten, and the pair’s lovely adventures would soon take off.
Also joining the cast of ‘Dolce Amore’ are Matteo Guidicelli, Cherie Gil, Ruben Maria Soriquez, Edgar Mortiz, Rio Locsin, Kean Cipriano, Sunshine Cruz, Andrew E and Frenchie Dy. Mae Cruz Alviar and Cathy Garcia-Molina will direct the series.
Based on the love team’s success in ‘Forevermore’ and in the movies ‘Just the Way You Are’ and ‘Everyday I Love You’, ‘Dolce Amore’ is expected to become a hit anew for ABS-CBN. This should pose a problem for its upcoming rival, GMA’s ‘That’s My Amboy’, which has struggled out of the gate since its first week.
But while the series is poised to continue the recent winning streak of other ABS-CBN dramas, it will also face a lot of scrutiny. Just last month, an open letter addressed to co-director Cathy Garcia-Molina accused her of cursing and disrespecting two ‘Forevermore’ cast members, a accusation she denied.
Expectations aside, ‘Dolce Amore’ should give the LizQuen tandem an opportunity to expand their repertoire as actors. After breaking out in ‘Forevermore’, a more experienced and mature Liza and Enrique awaits viewers come this Monday.
‘Dolce Amore’ premieres February 15 after ‘Ang Probinsyano’ on ABS-CBN’s Primetime Bida.
7 thoughts on “LizQuen Returns via Dolce Amore”
Here’s the ratings of the premiere episode of Dolce Amore:
Dolce Amore – 35.6
That’s My Amboy – 15.8
(from AGB Nielsen)
Dolce Amore – 23.7
That’s My Amboy – 19.6
For me, it’s a good start for Dolce Amore last night. Any thoughts?
It’s just the first episode, but so far so good. It should improve later on as viewers get used to it.
Looks like Dolce Amore will end in three weeks. No word yet for its possible replacement.
The word on the street is that a JaDine drama will replace Dolce Amore. Not yet sure kung confirmed ito o hindi.
We’ll have to find out in two weeks.
At ang confirmed replacement ng Dolce Amore is a JaDine drama, entitled Till I Met You. It will premiere this Monday. Since JaDine is already an established couple (either on film, TV or real-life thanks to Viva and ABS), I’m sure many people would tune in to their new offering, but this time, on a more favorable timeslot. Koreanovela fans on GMA na glued sa Descendants of the Sun will face another problem.
Yes it will. More on that in an upcoming article.