'Got to Believe' starts 'youth army'


Posted at Jul 30 2013 10:55 PM | Updated as of Jul 31 2013 09:06 PM

MANILA -- "Got to Believe," an upcoming romantic-comedy series starring Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla, will have a youth organization that aims to make a difference.

On its official website, the production team behind the new Kapamilya soap announced Tuesday it has opened registration for the organization dubbed the "G2B Army."

It is described as "the newest organization for young Filipinos who want to make a difference."

Activities for its members include concerts, marathons, and outreach programs "where you can change the country for the win."

Following the announcement, which was also made through the social media accounts of "Got to Believe," the hashtag for the title became the No. 1 trending topic on micro-blogging site Twitter.

The introduction of the G2B Army coincided with the resumption of televised promotions for "Got to Believe" after its postponement early this month.

While no premiere date has been specified, the latest TV trailers for the series say it is set to premiere "soon" during ABS-CBN's Primetime Bida block.

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