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Joross Gamboa and Roxanne Guinoo play parents-to-be in ‘Hoy Love You Season 3’

Longtime love team Joross Gamboa and Roxanne Guinoo share the exciting new update in Hoy Love You’s latest season.

Joross Gamboa and Roxanne Guinoo play parents-to-be in ‘Hoy Love You Season 3’-Rhea Manila Santos
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09/24/2022 10:05 AM
Joross Gamboa and Roxanne Guinoo play parents-to-be in ‘Hoy Love You Season 3’
Photo credit: @joross_gamboa Instagram

After a successful two season run, iWantTFC returns with the third season of Hoy Love You starting September 30 starring its endearing lead stars Joross Gamboa and Roxanne Guinoo. For season 3, Joross shared that their production has become more collaborative than ever.

“Ang maganda kasi dito sa story ng Hoy Love You Season 3 makaka-relate lahat and collaboration ito ng lahat ng cast members na nagkukuwento kami ng kanya-kanyang experiences. Bago isulat yung materyal, kumbaga may mga personal touch ang bawat isa. So yung mga nagaganap sa storyang ito, yung iba personal experiences ng bawat isa sa amin na pinagsama sama namin,” he said during the Hoy Love You Season 3 Media Day held last September 21. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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In the series, Jules (Joross) and Marge (Roxanne) are excited to start a new life as they prepare to welcome a new addition to their big stepfamily. But things turn out to not be as smooth-sailing as when they find out that Marge has a delicate pregnancy. Wanting to make sure that his wife is always stress-free and healthy, Jules tries his best to take care of her while taking charge of their construction business. But more problems arise when overly-concerned family and friends meddle in their affairs.

“Ang nakakatuwa dito yung pagbubuntis ng asawa. So makaka-relate dito yung mga tatay na minsan sila yung naglilihi or pinaglilihian ng asawa. So masaya,” Joross added.

READ: Roxanne Guinoo says her family is supportive of her love team with Joross Gamboa

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In real life, Joross shared one of his memorable experiences when his non-showbiz wife Katz was pregnant. The couple now have two children named John Kody and Jace Kyler.

“Ang paglilihi ko nun, bumibili ako ng pasalubong, bibili ako sa Gerry’s ng sinigang na hipon. Pagkauwi ko sa bahay, hindi naman niya gusto. Ang ending ako kakain. Parang ako pala yung may gusto ng mga binibili ko. Assumero lang ako. Parang ganun,” he recalled. 

READ: Joross Gamboa reveals why his wife is not jealous of Roxanne Guinoo: ‘Siya ang pinakasalan ko, siya ang mahal ko’

Continuing from the storyline in season 2, the couple will still struggle with the constant nagging of Richard (Dominic Ochoa), Marge’s ex-boyfriend, who not only wants to help in taking care of Marge, but he also suddenly becomes Jules’s competitor as the boss of a new construction firm. Marge and Jules’s mothers, Elizabeth (Carmi Martin) and Malu (Keanna Reeves) also continue to clash as they debate about pregnancy superstitions and effective medical practices.

Their kids will also mature as they become involved in romantic relationships. Charles (Aljon Mendoza), Marge’s son with Richard, will get to know Kara (Karina Bautista) and finally make their relationship official. But their young love will be put to the test when Charles grows jealous of Kara’s childhood friend Kulas (Race Matias), who also happens to be the love interest of JR (Brenna Garcia), Jules’s daughter with his first wife. 

More good vibes and ‘kilig’ will unfold in the series with the barkada of Drew (TJ Valderrama), Bart (Yamyam Gucong), and Tommy (Pepe Herrera)—who will experience love at first sight with Agnes (Kate Alejandrino), a mysterious newcomer in their town who they suspect of being an “aswang”.

Hoy, Love You is directed by Theodore Boborol and will stream on the iWantTFC app (iOS and Android) and website (iwanttfc.com) starting September 30. The series is free for all users in the Philippines and is available to premium subscribers outside the Philippines. All episodes of seasons one and two are also still available for free on iWantTFC