doble-kara-julia-montesAugust 20, 2015 (QUEZON CITY, PHILIPPINES) – ABS-CBN The Filipino Channel (TFC) is set to bring twice the drama on worldwide television as it premieres “Doble Kara” this Monday, August 24 starring the ‘Royal Princess of Drama,’ Julia Montes in her biggest and most challenging role to date.

From her remarkable portrayals in top-caliber teleseryes such as “Mara Clara,” “Walang Hanggan,” “Muling Buksan Ang Puso,” and “Ikaw Lamang,” Montes’ star is set to shine brighter as she breathes life to twin characters Sarah and Kara.

“After doing so many roles that are not normal for my age, I can really say that this is the most challenging project that has been given to me. I have to dedicate not only my heart and soul, but also myself as a whole for the series,” shared Montes.

“Doble Kara” which is sub-titled in English for non-Filipino speaking viewers will revolve around the story of Sarah and Kara, twin sisters who grew up in a happy family despite being poor. However, when Kara was diagnosed with leukemia, the twins’ mother was forced to separate the two and give Kara to her real father because they don’t have the money for her treatment.

What will Sarah and Kara do when fate brings them back together after many years? How will the sisters’ relationship change after growing up having different lives?

Under the direction of veterans Emmanuel Palo and Jon Villarin, the powerhouse cast of “Doble Kara” is composed of Carmina Villaroel, Ariel Rivera, Mylene Dizon, Gloria Sevilla, John ‘Sweet’ Lapus, Allen Dizon, and Alora Sasam. Also introduced in the series are Montes’ new leading men Edgar Allan Guzman and showbiz new-comer Anjo Damiles. Actress Alicia Alonzo will also join the teleserye for a special appearance.

Do not miss the beginning of a story that will define true love in “Doble Kara,” this Monday, August 24 (Tuesday, August 25 NZDT) on TFC worldwide. Worldwide viewers can also catch the premiere via livestream on TFC’s official online service, and via its video-on-demand or VOD (Internet Protocol television or IPTV) service available in the US, Canada, Europe, Middle East, Australia, New Zealand, and Japan.