Kyle Echarri swears to live by his “you only live once” motto as Chie Filomeno attempts to win him over in “Beach Bros.” The iWantTFC original series, which also stars Angelica Lao, Kira Balinger, Brent Manalo, Raven Rigor, Sean Tristan, and Lance Carr, streams for free this July 16.
Kyle and Chie, who spread ‘kilig’ as former housemates of “PBB Kumunity” celebrity edition, will be playing each other’s love interest in the series. Dave (Kyle) is the charming leader of a group of happy-go-lucky teenage boys known as the “Baler Boys” – Billy, Jeremy, Jason, and Pete (Lance, Sean, Brent, and Raven).
The five boys are working hard as waiters and pool boys at a luxury resort in order to fulfill their dreams to live a comfortable life and move to Manila.
Despite their easy-going attitude, they are also dealing with their own inner struggles. Dave is trying to convince his mother to allow him to go to Manila for college; Billy is having problems with his goal-oriented girlfriend Yasmine (Angelica); Jason is secretly in love with rich girl Erika (Kira); while Pete has suppressed feelings for his best friend.
The boys’ lives will change when they get entangled in the affairs of Nicole (Chie), an alluring, mysterious, and hot chick who will seemingly help them navigate through their teenage crises.
As Nicole gets closer to the boys, especially to Dave who seems to have fallen in love with her, they will soon find out that Nicole actually has a scheming hidden agenda.
The boys will find themselves going on a crazy adventure as a series of revelations, betrayals, and mishaps begin to unravel – that will ultimately test their maturity, and most importantly, their friendship.
Will Dave and his friends be able to resolve their issues? What deep secret is Nicole hiding?
“Beach Bros,” which is directed by Victor Villanueva, will be available for free on the iWantTFC app (iOs and Android) and website (iwanttfc.com) beginning this July 16.
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