“DOLCE AMORE” CAPTIVATES VIEWERS, SCORES HIGH PILOT RATING NATIONWIDE

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  • Viewers nationwide were immediately fascinated by ABS-CBN’s newest primetime teleserye “Dolce Amore” starring Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil as its pilot episode last night (Feb 15) won the ratings game.

    According to data from Kantar Media, “Dolce Amore’s” registered a national TV rating of 35.6%, or more than double than that of GMA’s “That’s My Amboy,” which only managed to score 15.8%.

    The teleserye’s sweet beginning gave a peek into the young life of Serena (Liza) after she was adopted by Italian socialites Roberto (Ruben Maria Soriquez) and Luciana (Cherie Gil). As a baby, Serena was separated from her real parents Alice and Uge (Sunshine Cruz and Andrew E) who were caught in a war in the country Askovia.

    There is also Tenten, this time known as Simon (Enrique Gil), who grows up in an orphanage with the desire to be adopted so he could have a family. There she meets cook Taps (Rio Locsin), her husband Dodoy (Bobot Mortiz), and their son Binggoy.

    Now that Serena has found out that she is adopted, she is drawn to helping orphaned kids and decides to donate to an orphanage in Manila where Simon lives. There begins their correspondence through letters as they find a friend in each other by being pen pals.

    Don’t miss “Dolce Amore”, weeknights on ABS-CBN Primetime Bida. For exclusive updates, follow @StarCreativesTV on Twitter and Instagram, or like www.facebook.com/DolceAmoreABSCBN2016. (ABSCBNpr.com)

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