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Liza Soberano, Enrique Gil team up for OFW teleserye shot in Croatia

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Oct. 23, 19 | 7:11 pm

Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil are gearing up for their grand TV teleserye comeback as they team up for “Make It With You.”

The LizQuen love team recently came back to the Philippines after shooting in Croatia.

They said their new teleserye will now focus on the lives of the OFWs living there.

“We’re really excited. This is something very new to us. We’re really excited because we haven’t done a teleserye in more than a year now,” Liza said.

Enrique said he is happy that their taping has already started.

“We’re also happy to be back and excited to start taping here.”

The two went to Croatia to get to know the Filipino community there and get to know more about the characters they willl be portraying.

“We know the stories on OFWs, so parang pagdadaanan niya lahat ng hirap na pinagdadaanan nila,” Liza said.

Enrique, on the other hand, said he felt a connection with his character.

“There’s something about my character that strikes me. I feel a connection with him. It’s like, iba ‘yung tingin niya sa buhay. Iba ‘yung perspective about life,” he said.

The two teamed up on the big screen for the film, “Alone/Together.”

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