High-rating daytime drama “Magkaagaw” concludes its run with a must-see finale this Wednesday, March 31 on GMA.
An intriguing drama harped on vengeance, “Magkaagaw” is about two women caught in the traps of infidelity leading to the immeasurable pain of an innocent daughter. It has been a hit among netizens and viewers who have consistently followed the intense confrontation scenes which took them on a roller coaster of emotions.
Now that the soap is down to its last few episodes, the cast members shared the valuable lessons they learned from doing the show and their characters who have become part of the daily lives of the Filipino viewers.
Sheryl Cruz, who has been receiving good reviews for her effective portrayal as Veron, learned the “importance of love and family.” “Having a relationship with a married man would only lead you to heartbreaks so it’s best to have a relationship with someone who’s single. I admire her courage in the face of defeat and most especially the loyalty and the love she had for the men she loved in the series,” she explained.
Meanwhile, Sunshine Dizon highlighted the importance of “being efficient and prepared when you get to the shoot” especially when taping amidst the pandemic. She also thanked the avid viewers who have been their source of strength and inspiration since day one, “Thank you so much for watching and we hope you enjoyed Magkaagaw. Keep safe always.”
Klea Pineda hopes to have inspired the viewers with Clarisse’s resilience, “I’ve learned a lot sa character ko as Clarisse. Natutunan ko how to be strong like her, kahit na sobrang daming problema or challenges na dumating sa buhay niya. She chose to fight at hindi siya sumuko kahit kailan.”
Portraying Jio is both a challenging and fulfilling role for Jeric Gonzales. He said, “I learned that we should be thankful for all the things we have now. We should appreciate them and not take them for granted. We should learn to resist temptation and know what is right and wrong.”
This original series is directed by Gil Tejada, created by the GMA Entertainment group, is headed by the SVP for Entertainment Group Lilybeth G. Rasonable, VP for Drama Redgie A. Magno, AVP for Drama Cheryl Ching-Sy, Senior Program Manager Camille Hermoso-Hafezan, and Executive Producer Darling Pulido-Torres.