Time stops for viewers when they watch the much-awaited tale of love that is forever cursed by fate in ABS-CBN’s newest series The Promise of Forever, which airs weekdays in Kapamilya Gold.
Viewers will see another side of forever as the plot of the new series progresses and discover how it will forbid two lovers from getting the love and life they aspire for.
Nicolas (Paulo Avelino), an immortal does not age and die, keeps himself from falling in love so he will not feel the pain of losing his loved ones over and over again.
But as he goes on with his life alone, he meets Sophia (Ritz Azul), a young girl he saves from a burning house. Thankful for her second life, Sophia makes the man who saved her as her inspiration and grows up responsible and hardworking for her family.
After several years, their paths once again cross in a cruise ship where Sophia is working and Nicolas one of its passengers. Because of Nicolas’ uncanny resemblance to the man who saved her life, Sophia persists on knowing Nicolas and tries to learn about his past.
As they spend more time together, they fall in love with each other, but the immortal man’s curse gets in their way and keeps them from having their happy ever after.
But aside from the unbreakable spell, Sophia’s lover Philip (Ejay Falcon) will also make sure that Sophia and Nicolas do not end up together and will do whatever it takes to win her heart back. Also putting their lives in danger is Nicolas’ descendant Marlon (Tonton Gutierrez), whose mission is to end Nicolas’ life.
The Promise of Forever brings viewers to some of the best and most scenic views in eastern and western European countries such as Czech Republic, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Poland. Also bringing more excitement to the series is its stellar cast that includes Cherry Pie Picache, Amy Austira, Benjie Paras, Susan Africa, Ynna Asistio, and Nico Antonio.
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