Marry Me, Marry You

Marry Me, Marry You is a 2021 Philippine drama romantic comedy television series broadcast by Kapamilya Channel directed by Dwein Baltazar and Jojo Saguin, it stars Paulo Avelino and Janine Gutierrez. The series premiered on the network's Primetime Bida evening block, Jeepney TV, A2Z, and TV5's Todo Max Primetime Singko, and worldwide via The Filipino Channel from September 13, 2021, to January 21, 2022, on Monday to Friday at 9:30 PM and move on 8:45 PM on its new season and new timeslot, replacing Init sa Magdamag and was replaced by The Broken Marriage Vow.

Marry Me, Marry You
Marry Me, Marry You title card.jpg
Title card
Written by
  • Genesis Rodriguez
  • Abi Lam Parayno
  • Camille de la Cruz
  • Wilbert Christian Tan
Directed by
Music byCesar Francis Concio
Opening theme"Marry Me, Marry You"
by Darren Espanto
ComposerJonathan Manalo
Country of originPhilippines
Original languageFilipino
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes95 (list of episodes)
Executive producers
  • Erick Castillo Salud
  • Rondel Lindayag
  • Rafael Mercado
  • Jemila Jimenez
Production locationsDiliman, Quezon City
Tagaytay, Cavite
  • Aries Pascual
  • Godwin Lucena
  • Kathleen Chavez
  • Maria Ceazara Terrado-Vidallo
Camera setupSingle-camera
Running time20–44 minutes
Production companyDreamscape Entertainment
Original network
Picture format480i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Original releaseSeptember 13, 2021 (2021-09-13) –
January 21, 2022 (2022-01-21)


The story is about a couple who navigates the traditional expectations attached to marriage that extends beyond one's partner including their family and friends.[1]

Cast and charactersEdit

Paulo Avelino
Janine Gutierrez
Vina Morales
Jett Pangan
Main cast
Supporting cast
  • Jake Ejercito[3] as Cedric Banez[4]
  • Teresa Loyzaga[2] as Laviña B. Cruz / Laviña O. Madrigal
  • Lito Pimentel[2] as Victor Zamora
  • Joko Diaz[2] as Aljo Nikolas Justiniano
  • Jett Pangan[2] as Michael "Myke" Jacinto
  • Iana Bernandez[2] as Patricia Francisco
  • EJ Jallorina[2] as Dexie Salazar
  • Adrian Lindayag[2] as Kelvin M. Zamora
  • Fino Herrera[2] as Luke Dionisio
  • Keann Johnson[2] as Xavier C. Legaspi
  • Meann Espinosa[2] as Toni Lim
  • Mariella Laurel as Bella Justiano
  • Luis Vera Perez[2] as Jomer D. Jacinto
  • Angelica Lao[2] as Jamie D. Jacinto
  • Analain Salvador[2] as Koleene Justiniano
  • Joel Saracho as Martin Mercado
  • Pontri Bernardo as Ben Francisco
Guest cast
  • Lotlot de Leon as Judith Miraflor[5]
  • Ana Abad Santos as Luisa Banez
  • Arabella del Rosario as Nicki Banez
  • Franco Daza as Atty. Ricardo Asunción
  • Lao Rodriguez as Jason Arcadio
  • Jenny Miller as Grace Dionisio
  • Criza Taa as Erika Dionisio
  • Darren Espanto as Wedding singer


Filming for the drama started in May 2021 with a lock-in taping set-up.[6]

Original soundtrackEdit

Marry Me, Marry You (Original Sountrack)
Soundtrack album by
Various artists
ReleasedAugust 27, 2021
  • Filipino
  • English
LabelStar Music
ProducerJonathan Manalo
Marry Me, Marry You (Original Soundtrack)
1."Marry Me, Marry You"Jonathan ManaloDarren Espanto2:48
2."Dreams Don't Wait"Jonathan Manalo
Sabine Cerrado
KD Estrada3:09
3."One Day"Agatha Obar MorallosZephanie4:50
4."Buo"Trisha Denise CampañerAnji Salvacion3:27
5."Sila Pa Rin"Angela Ken RojasAngela Ken4:43
6."When It's All Over"Sabine CerradoSAB4:15
Total length:23:12

Timeslot change & International BroadcastEdit

The show originally aired weeknights at 9:30 PM PST. However, on November 15, 2021, after Huwag Kang Mangamba ended along with the premiere of Season 2, the show's timeslot was changed to 8:45 PM, with Viral Scandal taking over the show's previous timeslot.[7]

This was the first television show starred by former GMA's actors Sunshine Dizon and Janine Gutierrez.

The show is premiering in free TV channel TVS in Malaysia.


  1. ^ The series is also broadcast on TFC, and through a block-time agreement with TV5 and A2Z. It is also available on-demand via iWantTFC.


  1. ^ "Janine Gutierrez, Paulo Avelino to star in ABS-CBN teleserye 'Marry Me, Marry You'". ABS-CBN News. April 30, 2021.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s "'Marry Me, Marry You' to air on September 13". ABS-CBN News. August 25, 2021.
  3. ^ "'The time is right': Jake Ejercito finally set for Kapamilya debut". ABS-CBN News. May 1, 2021.
  4. ^ Mauricio-Arriola, Tessa (2021-09-10). "'Marry Me, Marry You' is rightly about family". The Manila Times. Retrieved 2021-10-15.
  5. ^ Marry Me, Marry You | Episode 1 (1/4) | September 13, 2021, retrieved 2021-10-15
  6. ^ "Janine Gutierrez, Sunshine Dizon start shooting new series 'Marry Me, Marry You'". ABS-CBN News. May 25, 2021.
  7. ^ "Trailer: 'Marry Me, Marry You' to move to earlier time slot with premiere of 2nd season". ABS-CBN News. 3 November 2021.

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