There is nothing everyone loves more than a show that brings on all the drama and the intrigue that surrounds a complicated love triangle. That is exactly what the sexy ABS CBN “Primetime Bida” series Init Sa Magdamag delivers in spades, now streaming on WeTV and iflix.
Leading the cast of this steamy new drama are three of today’s most talented actors – Gerald Anderson, Yam Concepcion, and JM de Guzman – as they tell a story of love, ambition and betrayal.
Concepcion and De Guzman play the prominent political couple Rita and Peterson at the center of Init Sa Magdamag, whose marriage is on the brink of collapse. Due to an accident in his younger years, Peterson is incapable of fathering a child, further adding to their marital woes.
Rita is convinced she can save their relationship if she bears a child through in vitro fertilization. Despite objections from their family, the couple decides to push through with their plans.
Things get complicated when Peterson proposes a different plan—get the barrio doctor, Tupe, played by Gerald Anderson, to be their sperm donor. What he doesn’t know is that Rita and Tupe were once in a relationship. The question now is how long can Rita keep her past with Tupe a secret from Peterson? “Init Sa Magdamag” is directed by Ian Lorenos and Raymond Ocampo.
When the trailer was released by ABS CBN Star Creatives on Youtube, views hit over 12 million views in just a few days after it was first released and quickly became a hot trending topic on social media.
You can also catch the other ABS CBN “Primetime Bida” shows ahead of everyone on the WeTV and iflix VIP tier. New episodes of FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano are available to stream 50 hours ahead of other platforms and of TV, while the inspirational drama Huwag Kang Mangamba can be watched 46 hours before airing on TV. Catch up episodes of both shows will be up on WeTV and iflix two to three hours after telecast.
To stream the very best in Asian Premium and Filipino Content, just download the WeTV app from the App store and Google Play, and start watching! A monthly subscription rings in at only P99, quarterly at P269, and an annual subscription is only P999. You can also download the iflix app from the App store and Google Play.