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‘Sino Ang May Sala? Mea Culpa’ to bid goodbye in 3 weeks

  • Sino Ang May Sala? Mea Culpa will be exiting Primetime Bida on August 9
  • The Kapamilya prime time series received no extension from the management

ABS-CBN’s Primetime Bida series Sino Ang May Sala? Mea Culpa starring Bela Padilla, Tony Labrusca, Sandino Martin, Kit Thompson, Ivana Alawi, Ketchup Eusebio, and Jodi Sta. Maria, is now down to its last three weeks.

This was announced in a teaser aired during its Friday (July 19) episode.


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The series, which debuted April 29, tells the story of Fina (Jodi Sta. Maria) who launches a desperate search for her child, leading her to clues that place Juris’ group near the buried body which is later discovered by authorities. With their future and careers on the line, the six lawyers take equally desperate measures to protect their names, resulting in a standoff between two mothers claiming one child.

The show also stars Agot Isidro, Janice de Belen, Ayen Laurel, Jay Manalo, Allan Paule, and Boboy Garovillo.

The series has a very strong start. In fact, its pilot episode won on TV ratings from NUTAM and Kantar Media. Latest ratings show Sino Ang May Sala? Mea Culpa being the weakest program of ABS-CBN on Primetime Bida. Meanwhile, it’s rival show on GMA Network Love You Two is enjoying high ratings despite having a very weak pre-programming (The Better Woman).

Sino Ang Maysala? Mea Culpa is directed by Dan Villegas and Andoy Ranay. The series is produced by Dreamscape TV.

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