- GMA Vice President for Cooperate Communications Angel Javier-Cruz also shared that The Cure will not be ending soon.
- However, Direk Mark Reyes shared why he doesn’t think The Cure should have a long run.
- The series also became the network’s next ammunition against ABS-CBN Corporation’s FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano.
The Cure stars Jennylyn Mercado and Tom Rodriguez. The drama and action-filled scenes in the teaser impressed many. The said series also recently premiered on GMA Network’s Telebabad block.
GMA Vice President for Cooperate Communications Angel Javier-Cruz shared that The Cure will not be ending soon.
According to Angel, The Cure will not be getting axed anytime soon. In a phone interview with PEP.ph on May 8, Tuesday, Angel also shared that there have been no directions from management to cut the series short.
“Walang instruction to cut it short. That’s not true. As of ngayon, wala.”
The GMA Network also has a six-week policy. If a series doesn’t rate well in its first six weeks, the network will give another week. If the series still has yet to rate high, the network would dispatch the said series.
Super Ma’am and Sherlock Jr. became GMA Network’s ammunition in the past against FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano. Although Super Ma’am had a lengthy run, it still ended quicker than the Kapamilya crime series.
In an interview with PEP.ph during the series’ press conference, Direk Mark Reyes shared why he doesn’t think The Cure should have a long run.
“It’s one of the series na sabi ko, let’s not make it long. I think it should not have a long duration. If it does, it’s probably gonna be extended for a few more weeks, pero I don’t see it.Unless we are given the freedom to do what we want pa and give us the support talaga, we can extend this. Pero not as long as Enca (Encantadia), ito, we see an end to it.”