Liza Soberano is officially back in the limelight! Check out the trailer for her new TV series with Enrique Gil, right here!

Liza and Enrique Make It With You

It looks like Liza Soberano has officially recovered from her finger surgery, and is fit to act once again! Because the official trailer for Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil’s new TV series, ‘Make It With You’ has been released! And it looks superb!

The trailer for ‘Make It With You’ gives a general idea of Liza and Enrique’s characters. So say hello to Billie (Liza Soberano) and Gabo (Enrique Gil)! ‘Make It With You’ is set in Croatia, and opens with a penniless Gabo wandering its streets.

According to ABS-CBN News, Billie is a “con-artist” and a “serial dater with the intention of getting money from the men she meets.”

While Gabo is described as a person “on a journey to find true happiness,” which we see in the trailer doesn’t end very well. ‘Make It With You’ is directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina and is set for release in early 2020.

You can watch the trailer for Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil’s new series, ‘Make It With You’, right here:

‘Make It With You’ by Ben&Ben

So ICYMI, that was Ben and Ben singing in the background of the trailer. That’s because their rendition of the 70s classic by Bread is the official OST of Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil’s ‘Make It With You’.

And although we love the original version by Bread, Ben and Ben truly brought justice to this wedding-worthy classic. And that’s saying something to be on par with the American rock-band legend that is Bread.

So watch the official lyric video of ‘Make It With You’ by Ben&Ben, right here:


Overall, Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil’s ‘Make It With You’ looks absolutely promising. It presents an interesting storyline and features characters with depth. And not to mention that it’s set in a foreign country. It really seems like a TV series that can compete with international shows.

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