Thursday, November 15, 2012


Rockoustic heartthrob Sam Milby gives an early gift this Saturday (November 17) as he teaches everyone the importance of family in the Christmas countdown special of ABS-CBN’s top-rating fantasy-drama anthology “Wansapantaym.”

In the ‘I’ll Be Home for Christmas’ episode, Sam will portray the role of Carl, a young man who wants to forget the memories of his family. Because of his bitterness over his past, Carl has decided to sell the house that he inherited from his parents as tries to turn his back on them. Will Carl finally learn to forgive and open his heart once again when several strangers make him realize the importance of family?

Together with Sam in the ‘I’ll Be Home for Christmas’ episode are Empress Shuck, Kathleen Hermosa, Alex Castro, Joonee Gamboa, JM Briones, Nathaniel Britt, Annica Tindoy, Susan Campos, and Giovannie Baldesseri. It was written by Noreen Capili, and directed by Malu Sevilla.

Don’t miss the Christmas special of CMMA Best Children and Youth Program, “Wansapanataym” this Saturday, after “Kapamilya: Deal or No Deal” on ABS-CBN.
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