- Bianca Umali’s Sahaya nears its end
- Sahaya is the 14th GMA Network program that was pitted against the hit FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano
After more than five months on air, GMA Network’s Sahaya top-billed by Bianca Umali with Miguel Tanfelix, Ana Roces, and Mylene Dizon is bidding goodbye soon.
Premiering on March 18, Sahaya was first pitted against Angel Locsin’s The General’s Daughter until GMA Network decided to move the Kapuso series to an earlier timeslot to fill the spot vacated by Kara Mia on July 1. ‘Sahaya’ is the 14th Kapuso program pitted against ‘FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano’ airing for almost four years now.
Last week on Sahaya, Harold (Zoren Legaspi) died and Sahaya (Bianca) learned the truth about who her father really is. They only knew each other for a short period before the henchmen of Irene (Anna Roces), Harold’s legal wife, shot him to death. Many viewers of the show cried with Sahaya and expressed their sympathy on the internet. Regular viewers of the show expect that there will be retribution on the villains, notably Anna Roces as Irene, Snooky Serna as Salida, and Eric Quizon as Hubert who oppressed the Badjaw tribe where Sahaya belongs.
Sahaya will end in two weeks so viewers can expect the next few episodes as it will be very exciting.
Now that Sahaya is nearing its end, GMA Network is now preparing its replacement titled Beautiful Justice which stars Yasmien Kurdi, Bea Binene, and Gabbi Garcia. They will play three courageous women who will be fighting for justice due to the untimely death of their loved ones. They will be supported by Derrick Monasterio, Gil Cuerva, Victor Neri, Valeen Montenegro, and Bing Loyzaga.
Beautiful Justice served as a replacement project for Gabbi’s original launching teleserye as a solo artist titled Rosang Agimat.
Recently some cast members who will play law enforcers on the show paid a courtesy call to the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) Public Information Office of Director Arnold Carreon. This is part of their immersion in preparation for their roles in this new primetime show that will have them do a lot of action sequences in their job as anti-drug operatives.