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LOOK: Netflix’s anime series ‘Trese’ shows Kathryn Bernardo’s face on a billboard in Metro Manila

Bernardo’s billboard and the famous fast-food chain Jollibee provided an authentic Manila setting for the animated series.

Netflix released the trailer of their original anime series on June 10.

The series’ setting in Manila and Kathryn Bernardo’s face on a MET billboard got spotted in the opening scene from the new Netflix original anime series–Trese.

Bernardo’s billboard and the famous fast-food chain Jollibee provided an authentic Manila setting for the animated series.

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KathNiel fans celebrate the appearance of Bernardo’s billboard on the said series. They also showed their utmost appreciation for those behind it.

The billboard depicted a typical Manila setting and is already KathNiel’s ‘big’ flex, says @kchandriyaaa.

@KNyzzamood then claimed Kathryn as the ‘Queen of Endorsements’ because of her advertisements and billboards, here and there.

@kathniel_dump, meanwhile, appealed to other Netizens or fans to stop creating quarrels just because of the featured billboard; encouraged them to watch Trese instead.

Bernardo is one of the popular actresses of the current generation.

Her movies and TV series consistently garnered high ratings.

Because of her acting skills, she was recognized by different award-giving bodies as Best Actress and Box-office Queen.

Her TV comeback is also anticipated this year as she will star in a teleserye with her ‘reel to real boyfriend Daniel Padilla.

Trese is based on a Philippine horror comic of the same title which features the story of Alexandra Trese, an investigator who is on a quest to battle supernatural beings.



The Philippine folklore anime series premieres on Netflix on June 11, Saturday.

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