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END OF AN ERA: FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano reaches finale after 7 years

END OF AN ERA: FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano reaches finale after 7 years


After seven years of running as the country’s longest drama series, “FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano” has bid its farewell to Philippine television.

Last Friday, August 12, the telenovela aired its finale through a grand action-filled encounter that sees its main protagonist to the endmost conflict. Wherein, a bittersweet success faced Coco Martin’s Cardo Dalisay through the sacrifices of his allies― in exchange for the death of John Arcilla as the main villain.

On the other hand, the drama also gave the viewers satisfaction with a happy-ending love trope. Julia Montes reclaimed her role as Mara, playing the show’s last-standing leading lady. 

Meanwhile, Rowell Santiago’s President Oscar Hidalgo concluded its story by wedding his first love as played by Sharon Cuneta

At last, the plot ties with Cardo Dalisay returning to the province where he reunites with his remaining loved ones.

Photo from: IMDb

FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano is adapted from a 1997 film that starred the late Fernando Poe Jr. It first aired in September 2015 and had a historic run with almost 2,000 episodes. In its span, the series showcased both veteran and promising actors and actresses.

In an article released by ABS-CBN News, the concluding episode for FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano recorded 536k live viewers. Additionally, the tags #FPJsAngProbinsyano and #FPJAP7MissionAccomplished occupied top spots on Twitter. Other keywords related to this topic nevertheless trended.

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“Maraming-maraming salamat po sa pagmamahal at suportang ibinigay ninyo sa loob ng pitong taon. Kung hindi ninyo minahal o tinangkilik ang FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano, hindi kami tatagal nang ganito,” said Coco Martin in a statement.

He further expressed awe of the show’s milestones from the beginning until now. Even adding, the show changed many lives, those in front and behind the camera.

Starting August 15, the most anticipated Darna: The TV Series will replace the timeslot for FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano.

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