GMA Afternoon Prime's 'Nagbabagang Luha' airs suspenseful finale this Saturday

Published October 22, 2021, 7:48 PM

by Manila Bulletin Entertainment

‘Nagbabagang Luha’

Following the intense and riveting rivalry between two sisters, GMA Network’s hit Afternoon Prime series ‘Nagbabagang Luha‘ is set to air its much-awaited finale this Saturday, Oct. 23.

In its final week, Mercy (Ms. Jaclyn Jose), Maita (Glaiza de Castro) and Cielo’s (Claire Castro) estranged mother, returns and reveals to her daughters the truth about why she left them leading to an emotional confrontation. With Sherwin (Royce Cabrera) still on the loose, Calida (Ms. Gina Alajar) plans to flee the country with Maita and Alex (Rayver Cruz) for their safety. Meanwhile, Alex and Bien (Mike Tan) attempt to put Sherwin behind bars who, in turn, is conspiring with Cielo to take revenge on the Montaire family.

Glaiza de Castro

Is there hope for Maita and Cielo’s relationship? Or will Cielo’s raging wrath thrive to destroy the Montaire family until the very end?

As the series draws to a close this Saturday, Gina reveals what she misses the most in the series, “I will miss the location, the resort I own, ‘yung Montaire Resort. Kasi it is so peaceful there. I enjoyed every moment that I was there. Of course, I will miss my son Alex, kasi I felt na parang anak ko talaga siya whenever we have our scenes together.”

Glaiza, on the other hand, shares her unforgettable moments while filming the series, “Unforgettable moments ‘yung rest days namin kasi doon ko nakikita ‘yung other side ng co-actors and production staff namin. ‘Yung goofy/relaxed personas nila. ‘Yung times na nagku-kwentuhan lang kami tungkol sa buhay, tuwing kumakain at nagwo-work out.”

Rayver Cruz

Asked if he were to write the ending of the series, Rayver admits that he agrees with the ending and wishes for a sequel, “The ending is really perfect for me. I would write siguro na magkaroon ng sequel or book 2 instead, feeling ko okay rin ‘yun.”

Claire, who is being praised for her outstanding performance in her first major role, shares what she thinks is the most important takeaway from the series, “I think everyone can learn about unconditional and conditional love. Forgiveness as well and when it’s ok not to forgive.”

Mike Tan

The director of the series, Ricky Davao, also puts in his two cents on the values that viewers can learn from watching the show, “Family. The importance of family and loving each other. Again, all the characters went through their own hardships, were broken at one point, but they were able to pull through by helping each other. We had a positive and hopeful ending.”

Don’t miss the highly-anticipated finale of Nagbabagang Luha this Saturday, 2:30PM, on GMA Afternoon Prime.