“Me & Mrs. Cruz” episode streams for free on March 26
Ina Raymundo and Paulo Angeles help each other move on from their devastating heartbreak as iWantTFC continues its bitter and relatable love stories for its original ‘hugot’ anthology series “Ampalaya Chronicles.”
Following “Adik” and “Labyu Hehe,” “Me & Mrs. Cruz” is the third installment of the series which follows the story of Eva Cruz (Ina) and Caloy (Paulo), two individuals who develop a deep connection despite their 23-year age gap.
Caloy, a carefree and witty flower shop delivery boy from the province crosses paths with Eva, a sophisticated woman who loves to party as her way of coping after losing her husband. Intrigued by Eva’s mysteriousness, Caloy makes it his mission to free her out of the shadows of sadness.
Will Caloy and Eva be able to heal each other’s past with their love? Will their attraction lead to a romantic relationship?
“Me & Mrs. Cruz” is a piece by Jerome Dawis and also stars Kat Galang, Kristof Garcia, Mark Wei, JM Mendoza, Sophie Reyes, Nicki Morena, and Ms. Frances Makil-Ignacio.
The episode is directed by Real Florido, written by Bridgette Ann Rebuca, and produced by Firestarters Production.
The anthology series is based on Mark Ghosn’s best-selling book and stage performances of curated spoken word poems “Ampalaya Monologues.”
“Me & Mrs. Cruz,” along with the first two episodes “Adik'' and “Labyu Hehe,”' will be available for free worldwide this March 26 on the iWantTFC app (iOs and Android) or on iwanttfc.com. Viewers can also enjoy watching on a bigger screen through select devices on VEWD, ROKU streaming devices, Android TV, select Samsung Smart TV models, and Telstra TV for global users. iWantTFC is also available via chromecast and airplay. For the complete list of compatible devices, sign in instructions, and account activation, visit https://iwanttfc.com/help#tfc-on-smart-tv.
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