'Ikaw Lamang' teleserye's first official trailer makes debut

'Ikaw Lamang' first official trailer has just been shown on ABS-CBN. Did you guys catch it?

I did, and I liked it. Another grand production from the Kapamilya network in the same caliber as its phenomenal soap 'Walang Hanggan' 2 years ago.

The trailer was shown right after the airing of 'Honesto', before 'Got To Believe' earlier tonight, as the Valentine's Day is about to end in
3 hours.

The main stars (Coco Martin, Kim Chiu, Julia Montes and Jake Cuenca) and some of its supporting cast are shown in the trailer, giving us a sneak peek of the kind of characters they're portraying in this romantic period drama series.

Cherie Gil is back to playing so cruel reminiscent of her iconic Laviña role. Cherry Pie Picache is also back to the "inaapi" role she's used to portray. We've also seen John
Estrada, Meryll Soriano and Angel Aquino. (That probably explains why
her character in 'Honesto' was killed on tonight's episode.)

The young versions of the four leads figured prominently in the trailer. Zaijian Jaranilla and Xyriel Manabat as young Coco Martin and Julia Montes respectively, while Alyanna Angeles is Kim Chiu's young version and the now cuter Louise Abuel plays the young Jake Cuenca.

The next official trailer which will come out soon is sure to showcase more about the grown-up lead characters.

It somehow clearly established who Coco Martin would end up loving with in the end, it's Kim Chiu, as the trailer ends with a kissing scene between the two.

If there will be no more hindrances, 'Ikaw Lamang' will premiere March 31, 2014 on ABS-CBN's Primetime Bida.

I have just realized that 'Ikaw Lamang' is sort of a reunion for Coco, Kim, Jake and Cherry Pie who already worked together in 2009's most successful soap, 'Tayong Dalawa'.

About M.I.

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