- Judy Ann Santos is now coming back after her showbiz hiatus
- She will join the cast of FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano
- Details about her role have yet to be revealed
Judy Ann Santos is now making a comeback in a series after her showbiz break.
She is now joining the star-studded cast of the longest-running action series FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano.
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ABS-CBN AdProm manager Eric John Salut confirmed this news by posting a photo of Judy Ann with the series’ star Coco Martin on his Instagram account on July 15.
He wrote the caption: “Ang pinakaabangang pagsasama ng hari at reyna! Abangan sina Coco at Juday sa ANG PROBINSYANO!!!
On Monday, July 15, Judy Ann also teased her fans by posting on her Instagram Stories a pair of videos showing the “welcome” flowers she received as she arrived on the set of the action drama, telling her followers: “Abangan.”
ABS-CBN News also revealed some photos of Judy Ann and Coco discussing her new role on the series’ set through the Twitter post of entertainment reporter MJ Felipe.
“LOOK: Coco Martin and Judy Ann Santos discussing about Juday’s character as she enters primetime TV series Ang Probinsyano,” went the caption.
— ABS-CBN News Showbiz (@ABSCBN_Showbiz) July 15, 2019
No exact date yet has been given for Judy Ann’s much-awaited debut in the series.
Judy Ann’s comeback will be the first acting role for her, since the January 2018 Star Cinema movie, Ang Dalawang Mrs. Reyes.
During the recent months, she has shifted focus to motherhood and her cooking vlog, Judy Ann’s Kitchen.
Judy Ann was supposed to do her television project Someone To Watch Over Me with Richard Yap in 2016 but the project was shelved after she became pregnant.
Her upcoming teleserye Starla which was supposed to replace the series Halik is still on hold until now.
The series should have served her reunion project with Joel Torre and Raymart Santiago along with rising stars Grae Fernandez and Star Magic Circle 2018 member Chantal Videla.
It was reported that they started taping last June 2018 but ABS-CBN has not yet announced Starla‘s airing date.
The Queen of Pinoy Soap Opera also played in an action teleserye, Basta’t Kasama Kita, in 2003 with Robin Padilla.
Her last teleserye was Huwag Ka Lang Mawawala, a melodarama series aired in 2013. She was joined by Sam Milby, KC Concepcion, and John Estrada in the show.