Jericho Rosales’ TV comeback confirmed!

JERICHO Rosales with Dreamscape Entertainment and ABS-CBN executives. | photograph courtesy of Dreamscape Entertainment

After starring in a string of successful television series and films in the past two decades, Jericho Rosales is back to headline an upcoming project by Dreamscape Entertainment.

The production company, which is affiliated with ABS-CBN, made the announcement on 1 April through a Facebook post.

“Asia’s award-winning actor returns! Jericho Rosales is all set to be part of a stellar Dreamscape Entertainment project!” Dreamscape Entertainment captioned its post with a photo of the actor with ABS-CBN executives.

“Coming soon!” it added, sparking excitement and anticipation among local viewers and fans. As of this writing, the post has garnered over a thousand reactions on the popular platform.

Rosales’ showbiz career began in 1996 after winning the “Mister Pogi” tilt in the noontime show Eat Bulaga! He then found acting opportunities in ABS-CBN, which successfully groomed him to become a top leading man, initially in a love team with Kristine Hermosa and eventually to other top actresses like Heart Evangelista and Angel Locsin.

The 44-year-old actor’s career highlights include the teleseryes Pangako Sa ’Yo (2000-2002), Carlo J. Caparas’ Ang Panday (2005-2006) and The Legal Wife (2014). He last starred in Halik (2018-2019), alongside Sam Milby, Yen Santos and Yam Concepcion.

He also starred in the hit romantic flicks Forevermore (2002), #WalangForever (2015) and The Girl in the Orange Dress (2018), while showcasing his acting prowess in the drama films Tanging Yaman (2000), Bagong Buwan (2001), Santa Santita (2004), Baler (2008), Alagwa (2012) and Siargao (2017).

He’s had his share of accolades, too, such as the multiple PMPC Star Awards for Television nods and the Gawad Urian for Best Actor in 2013 for his excellent performance in the horror movie Alagwa.

More details on Rosales’ upcoming project under Dreamscape Entertainment are expected to be announced in the coming weeks.