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Last June 15, “FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano” resume their taping.
Albeit under GCQ (General Community Quarantine), the production of ABS-CBN’s longest-running action series is strictly complying with guidelines applicable to lock-in/closed door shoots.
Some netizens alleged one of the reasons for the show’s ending is that Congress has yet to renew the franchise of ABS-CBN.
On May 5, the media giant went off-air to comply with the cease and desist order of the National Telecommunications Commission.
To date, no one from the show has addressed the rumor.
In the meantime, fans are happy to know as sources revealed that Susan Roces will also resume taping for the series.
The 78-year-old actress plays the role of Lola Flora.
Reports have it she will shoot all of her scenes at home, so as to assure her health and safety.
Among others, the cast and crew had to undergo rapid testing the day before the shoot.
Anyone who tested negative for C0vid-19 among the reduced number of cast and crew is allowed to work.
But at the same time, they are prohibited from going home until the month-long locked-in taping is completed.
The team reportedly will follow strictly the“no lagare policy,”.
This means no member of the cast could accept any other taping assignment except for Probinsyano.
Meanwhile, some reports circulated online that the longest Kapamilya TV series will end this upcoming September.
To recall, it was September 28, 2015, when “Ang Probinsyano” first aired on the local screen on ABS-CBN’s primetime slot.
They surpassed the also one of the network’s longest-running series Maria Clara.
The top hit drama series aired for four years and six months, from August 17, 1992, until February 14, 1997.
However, no news yet regarding for the replacement of “FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano.”
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