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ABS-CBN’s Forevermore Heads to Thai TV


The Filipino drama Forevermore, which stars Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil, has made its way to Thai television.

Forevermore follows as the meeting of two people from different worlds—the rebellious son of a hotel magnate and the headstrong daughter of a strawberry farmer in a mountain town—leads to romance and a clash of families. The series first aired on ABS-CBN in the Philippines.

The deal is the latest in a string of successful sales for ABS-CBN dramas in international markets this year, including The Promise in the Dominican Republic, Betrayal in Tanzania, A Mother’s Guilt in Turkey, Now and Forever in Myanmar and The Blood Sisters in Kazakhstan.

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