Fans of the onscreen couple, John Lloyd Cruz and Bea Alonzo, across Asia, Australia, and the Pacific are treated to their binge-worthy romantic films on Lloydie & Bea Once More exclusively on TFC Online.
The “love team” went live on social media to the delight of their followers who clearly have missed seeing them together. They threw lines anew as if it were the real thing. Viewers couldn’t help but rekindle that little flicker of hope that perhaps this time it actually was. To their amusement (or despair) it was revealed to be an experimental project days after.
TFC hears the lovelorn overseas Filipinos as it brings the most-loved Lloydie-Bea titles to TFC Online premium subscribers:
My First Romance (2003)
Teen love blossoms from a fateful encounter between Enzo, a school jock, and Bianca, a girl who was meant to be with another.
Now That I Have You (2004)
Betsy made a perfect image of her crush whom she usually spots at the Metro Rail Transit (MRT), but it turns out Michael wasn’t the ideal man she perceived him to be.
Close to You (2006)
Manuel and Marian are childhood best friends. One thinks of the other as just a friend. One has been head-over-heels for the last 16 years.
All About Love (2006)
Lia and Eric had their reasons to no longer believe in love. Lia lost her fiancé after he was caught cheating, while Eric lost his girlfriend when she passed away.
One More Chance (2007)
College sweethearts Popoy and Basha had a promising relationship until the latter realizes she needed to be her own woman. Arguably John Lloyd and Bea’s most unforgettable portrayal.
Miss You Like Crazy (2010)
Mia would cast her worries on stones – literally. Allan, a fellow passenger on her commute aboard a ferry boat, picked one of them and so their love story began.
The Mistress (2012)
A mature-take on modern Philippine romance, Sari is faced with the dilemma of having to choose between JD, a young architect who makes her heart skip a beat, or Rico, a businessman who tends to her family’s needs.
A Second Chance (2015)
A continuation of Popoy and Basha’s romance – this time as husband and wife. They are faced with struggles to test their relationship anew.
Existing TFC Online subscribers may upgrade to Premium to watch these films for free:
– Australia & New Zealand: $17.99
– Guam & Saipan: US$ 12.99
– Japan: 900¥
– Singapore: S$10
– Hongkong: HK$ 60
Non-TFC subscribers may register and upgrade to TFC Online Premium at www.tfc.tv or download the TFC app on Apple or Android to watch on mobile or tablet. Viewers may also stream on Telstra TV (Australia only) and Samsung Smart TV (Australia and New Zealand). For more updates, visit TFC Asia, TFC Australia, or TFC New Zealand on Facebook.