WeTV Announces Delay In New Episode Drops For PASABUY

Since it’s first episode premiered a couple of weeks ago, fans have been eager to see what happens next for John and Anne in the WeTV Original romantic comedy Pasabuy. Could romance be in the air for the two main characters after finding themselves stranded in the same resort during the lockdown? Viewers will just have to wait a little longer as new episodes will be delayed in coming to WeTV. 

The streaming platform recently announced the delay as post-production was put on hold to ensure the health and wellness of the team. The cast also recently wrapped up the last two shooting days while editing of new episodes will pick up again in the next few days. 
WeTV promises that there will be more nakaka-in love moments to come in the Gino Roque and Heaven Peralejo-led romantic comedy series. Plus expect more charming and sweet encounters with the rest of cast, which include Ralph Malibunas, Gail Banawis, Ella Cayabyab, MJ Cayabyab, and Nana Silayro.

Fans will still get their fill of Pasabuy moments as WeTV drops exclusive cast interviews such as “Five Words to Describe Your Character” among others. They can also check out a special acoustic performance of the show’s theme song Pansamantala by I Belong To The Zoo.  You can also stream the first two episodes of the show, just to keep you stoked for what’s next on Pasabuy, 

The WeTV Original series Pasabuy is written and directed by Xian Lim, based on a WeTV Original concept. The show is co-produced by Forza Productions. Stream Pasabuy for FREE exclusively on WeTV. 

About WeTV 
WeTV, a Tencent company, is the carrying brand for overseas users of Tencent Video - China's leading online video platform with over 100 million paid subscribers. Since it was first launched in 2019, WeTV is now available in Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, India, and other territories, accelerated by its acquisition of the iflix brand and resources in the past year. The platform is centered on delivering Asian premium content and original productions – which they can stream anytime, anywhere and on any device – to its users globally.

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