MUCH-AWAITED ng publiko ang pagbalik-telebisyon ni Coco Martin — ang big star ng Ang Probinsyano.
Malalamam ngayon kung nakaapekto ba sa kanyang popularidad ang matatapang na pananalita na kanyang pinakawalan laban sa pagpapasara ng National Telecommunications Commission sa ABS-CBN last May 5, 2020.
It would be recalled that Coco received truckloads of feisty criticisms coming from the irritated movie people who were affronted by his strong words in connection with the closure of ABS CBN.
Oo nga’t marami rin ang humanga sa kanyang ipinakitang tapang at loyalty with the network he’s working for, pero marami rin ang na-turn-off .
Anyway, sumailalim raw muna sa COVID-19 rapid testing ang lahat ng participants sa taping this coming second week of June, and once they are proven to be
negative, they would start taping already.
At any rate, maninibago siguro ang followers ng Ang Probinsyano dahil pansamantalang mawawala ang character ni Lola Flora that is delineated by the veteran actress Ms. Susan Roces.
Hindi sinabi ang dahilan ng kanyang pag-beg off sa taping but some people said that Ms. Roces did it to protect herself from the onslaught of the pandemic.
Hangga’t wala pa raw kasing nadidiskubreng vaccine para sa COVID-19, it would be too risky for a senior citizen like her.
Anyway, balak raw mag-taping ng buong cast ng Ang Probinsyano sa Nayomi Sanctuary, the Batangas resort owned by the Prats family.
And with that, ito po ang Kuya Pete ninyo na nagsasabing, Christopher, my son, I love you very, very much, my love for you goes beyond eternity.
Adios. Mabalos. I always need you, Nhong!
ni Pete Ampoloquio, Jr.