Is Ryza Cenon Coco Martin's new love interest in 'Ang Probinsyano'?
Screenshot from Instagram/Ryza Cenon
Netizens react to Ryza Cenon joining 'Ang Probinsyano'
Jan Milo Severo (philstar.com) - May 1, 2018 - 11:39am

MANILA, Philippines — When Ryza Cenon was still with GMA, her scene in previous soap opera “Ika-6 na Utos” showing her holding a toy gun became an instant Internet meme.

Now that Ryza has signed up with the Kapamilya network, she now has the chance to hold a real gun as part of the hit action series “Ang Probinsyano.”

In her Instagram account, Ryza posted a picture of her with the caption “Kilalanin si Aubrey sa ‘Ang Probinsyano’ mamaya after ng TV Patrol. #FPJAPNasorpresa.”

She also posted a video of her being a new Kapamilya that will enter the two-year teleserye.

Ryza plays the role of Aubrey Hidalgo, the first daughter of President Juan Policarpio (Rowell Santiago) and First Lady Marissa Hidalgo (Dawn Zulueta). It looks like her character will have a big impact in the show.

On her first appearance in the show last week, Aubrey surprised her family for her younger brother’s birthday celebration.

Netizens had mixed reactions on Ryza's inclusion in the show.

 

 

 

A netizen even thinks Ryza's character in "Ang Probinsyano" looks like "Wonder Woman" star Gal Gadot.

 

A netizen, however, said that Ryza's inclusion means a longer plot for "Ang Probinsyano," which is running for almost three years now.

 

Ryza officially became a Kapamilya last month. She said in interviews that she made the decision to transfer from her home network of many years to the new one because she wants to explore, work with other celebrities and learn from them.

The new Kapamilya will also star in the coming Angel Locsin teleserye “The General’s Daughter,” soon to air on primetime.

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