From left: Alden Richards as Victor Magtanggol; Coco Mardin in "Ang Probinsyano"
Screenshot from Twitter/Alden Richards (left); The STAR/File
Alden Richards shows support for rival Coco Martin
Jan Milo Severo ( - August 9, 2018 - 2:53pm

MANILA, Philippines — Celebrities react to Kapamilya actor Coco Martin’s Instagram post regarding his longest-running teleserye “Ang Probinsyano.”

In his post, Coco posted a picture of the teleserye’s poster, but the actor in the poster looks older. The poster has a text that says, “Ang huling dalawang linggo. 08.25.2048,” referring to the date “Ang Probinsyano” would jokingly end.


Maraming salamat po sa inyong pagmamahal!!!????????????

A post shared by Coco Martin (@mr.cocomartin) on

“Maraming salamat po sa inyong pagmamahal!!!” Coco captioned the post.

Even the stars of Coco’s rival show on GMA 7 could not help but laugh on the action star’s post.

“Victor Magtanggol” stars Alden Richards and Janine Gutierrez commented laughing emojis.

“It’s Showtime” host Vhong Navarro, cosplayer Myrtle Sarrosa, actress Isabel Oli Prats, actress Nikki Valdez, singer Vina Morales, and Coco’s “Ang Probinsyano” co-stars John Arcilla and Jhong Hilario commented different versions of laughter to the post.

Kapamilya actress Alessandra de Rossi noted that Coco looks like Eddie Garcia, while former “Pinoy Big Brother” housemate Say Alonzo said: “Nag worry ako bigla Hahaha.”

Meanwhile, Aiko Melendez took the post seriously and said, “What?!!! No way.”

Veteran actress Carmi Martin then commented that it is not impossible that the series will be on air even after 2018.

“Hahahaha natawa ako. Malamang mangyari nga! Sana kapitbahay pa rin ako ni Lola Flora. Hihi,” she said.

According to Kantar Media National TV ratings on August 7, “Ang Probinsyano” garnered 46.1 percent in national ratings, while rival “Victor Magtanggol” starring Alden got 18.2 percent.

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