Ken Chan (right) and Rita Daniela.
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DUBAI – One of the Baes launches on GMA Network on Monday (September 30), the first primetime series of the onscreen couple Ken Chan and Rita Daniela (RitKen).
The network’s latest romantic comedy series dubbed as “millennial fairytale” does just that – empowering women, this time, on the high seas.
Jowalyn (Rita Daniela) is bent on making waves to achieve her dream of becoming a ship captain. She is so focused on making this a reality that she avoids romantic entanglements.
Meanwhile, Grant (Ken Chan) is convinced he already met his one great love during his childhood and is on the verge of meeting her again. He sets out to look for her, vlogging his way around the world.
When a pragmatist and a hopeless romantic meet, will it be smooth sailing or will they need to brave the rough seas?
One of the Baes is directed by King Marc Baco and Michael Christian Cardoz. The series features some of the country’s veteran actors including Roderick Paulate, Amy Austria, Tonton Gutierrez, Melanie Marquez, and Jestoni Alarcon.
Joining them are Maureen Larrazabal, Edgar Allan Guzman, Rodjun Cruz, and Joyce Ching together with the hilarious ensemble of Archie Alemania, Buboy Villar, Kenneth Medrano, and James Teng.
Incidentally, the program aims to pay tribute to Filipino seafarers. Real-life maritime students from Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific are participating in the production of this romantic comedy series.
Viewers from across the globe can catch One Of The Baes GMA Pinoy TV.
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