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‘The Missing Husband’ delivers suspenseful action drama

Beginning today, a unique story of action suspense drama is coming on GMA Afternoon Prime via “The Missing Husband.”

The series is headlined by some of the country's brightest stars Yasmien Kurdi as Millie, Jak Roberto as Joed, Sophie Albert as Ria, Joross Gamboa as Brendan, and Rocco Nacino as Anton.

Rocco Nacino as Anton and Yasmien Kurdi as Millie

Also starring in the action-suspense drama are Nadine Samonte, Shamaine Buencamino, Michael Flores, Maxine Eigenmann, Cai Cortez, Bryce Eusebio and Patricia Coma.

“The Missing Husband” follows the story of OFWs in Qatar, Anton and Millie, who venture to work abroad away from their families to save enough money for their future. However, their plans were disorganized when Millie got pregnant. They try to start anew in the Philippines. After getting married, the two signed up for an investment opportunity. Anton invests all their life savings and invites several others to join.

Later on, Anton finds out that the business is a scam. He and Millie lost all their hard-earned possessions, which caused conflict in their marriage. Things become more complicated when Anton started receiving death threats from those he invited to the investment scheme.

Anton promised Millie that he would fix everything. Until one morning, Anton vanishes, leaving blood all over their kitchen. Was there someone who tried to kill him? Or was it all part of his escape plan? Where can Millie find her missing husband?

The highly-talented creative team behind “The Missing Husband” is composed of creative director Aloy Adlawan, creative head Dode Cruz, head writer Marides Severino, writers Renato Custodio Jr., Mark Duane Angoas, Maria Christina Velasco, and brainstormer Cynthia Paz.

Catch the world premiere of “The Missing Husband” — under the helm of esteemed director Mark Reyes — Mondays to Fridays at 4:05 p.m. on GMA Afternoon Prime and Pinoy Hits.

Credit belongs to : www.manilatimes.net

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