"Juan Dela Cruz" Airs Final EpisodesThe country's top rating fantaserye "Juan Dela Cruz" will be airing its last 15 episodes. Coco Martin, the star of the teleserye, said he was very thankful to the fans of the show for its successful run.
Ever since it began, no one was able to top the teleserye when it comes to the ratings game. Coco said the teleserye turned him into a better actor and a "more responsible Filipino citizen."
Since the show has certain advocacy projects, the actor was able to not only delight people through his acting skills but also help the viewers who are in need.
"It’s a different kind of joy when people, especially the youth, tell me that I inspire them." Coco actively participated in several activities sponsired by "Juan Dela Cruz" such as the "Juan Fun School Day."
These activities provided school supplies to the less fortunate children in different parts of the country.
"Juan Dela Cruz" run for eight months. It first premiered on Primetime Bida in February this year.
Coco said he was touched by the support of the audience since they watched the show for almost a year--from the time Juan was a child up to the time he went through the struggles of being "anak ng dilim."
According to the award-winning actor, the next episodes of "Juan Dela Cruz" will be more explosive and mind-blowing. There will be a lot of revelations that all supporters should watch out for, he added.
"Juan Dela Cruz" will end on October 25 (Friday). It airs weeknights after "TV Patrol."