Last two days of ‘Pusong Ligaw’

Followers of the daytime series on ABS-CBN will miss it as Pusong Ligaw fades to black on Friday.

But the question is, will love be enough to lead lost hearts back to its rightful paths?

Hold on to the thrilling and must see finale of ABS-CBN’s hit afternoon series of Pusong Ligaw and find out what happens to the lives of Tessa (Beauty Gonzales), Marga (Bianca King), Caloy (Joem Bascon), Ira (Diego Loyzaga) and Vida (Sofia Andres).

Members of the cast of ABS- CBN's afternoon drama 'Pusong Ligaw' pose for a photo opportunity during the series' grand presscon 
Tessa and Caloy’s hunt for truth continues after it was revealed that Marga and Leon were allegedly the ones behind the death of Rafa and Tessa’s mother. Marga, however, decided to runaway from all the accusations against her, making everyone more puzzled.

Upon hearing Tessa and Caloy’s conversation, Vida gets torn between keeping the truth to herself or revealing to Caloy and Tessa the truth about Jaime being the mastermind and how he only manipulated Marga and Leon for his evil schemes. 

Ira, on the other hand, starts see the goodness in Tessa and slowly opens his heart to his biologocial his mother. 

Will Ira finally forgive and accept Tessa? With Marga putting Tessa and Caloy’s life at risk, will there still be a room for forgiveness in Tessa’s heart for her old friend or will she end their friendship once and for all? 

Pusong Ligaw airs after It’s Showtime on ABS-CBN and on ABS-CBN HD (SkyCable ch 167). Catch up on past episodes via iWanTV or 

for Sky subscribers.


Topics: ABS-CBN , Pusong Ligaw , Tessa , Marga , Caloy , Ira , Vida
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