Angel Locsin decides to visit an orphanage; discovers long lost family ties in “Toda Max”

Angel Locsin decides to visit an orphanage this Saturday (Oct 26), where her character Isabel unexpectedly discovers long lost family ties in this second episode of the month-long celebration of “Toda Max” on its second year anniversary.

In an episode aptly titled “Reunion,” unanswered questions about Isabel are set to surface. Volunteering to help out at a center for abandoned or orphaned children, she crosses paths with Aling Corazon (Sylvia Sanchez), a senior volunteer.

Surprisingly, Isabel comes to learn that there used to be a past connection between Tay Mac (Al Tantay) and Aling Corazon.

When everyone comes together again, it turns out that there is much to be discovered about Isabel and her family.

How does Aling Corazon fit into Isabel’s life? Which member of her family will Isabel meet in her visit to the orphanage?

Guest starring Sylvia Sanchez and JC de Vera in this upcoming episode, it continues to be a star-studded celebration of “Toda Max” as it fast approaches its second anniversary.

Following this episode, also watch out for the show’s Halloween special, airing next Saturday (Nov 2), where Sunshine Cruz and Arjo Atayde will be lending their talents to the well-loved sitcom.

Don’t miss out on “Toda Max” this Saturday (Oct 26), airing after “I Dare You” on ABS-CBN.

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