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‘Magkaagaw’ stars re-enact pivotal scene; avid fans look forward to series’ return

GMA Network’s top-rating afternoon drama, Magkaagaw, left the story on a cliffhanger before it took a break from airing due to the implementation of the enhanced community quarantine.

‘Magkaagaw’ stars re-enact pivotal scene; avid fans look forward to series’ return
‘Magkaagaw’ lead stars Sunshine Dizon, Klea Pineda, Jeric Gonzales, and Sheryl Cruz.
Viewers tuned in to the pivotal scene when Clarisse (Klea Pineda) finally caught her husband, Jio (Jeric Gonzales), with his mistress, Veron (Sheryl Cruz). Clarisse’s mother, Laura (Sunshine Dizon), also steps in to protect her daughter when the scuffle between the two rival women intensifies. Now that his secret is out, who will Jio choose—his wife, whom he has a family with, or the other woman who he’s also falling for? Will it be Clarisse or Veron?

A new Magkaaagaw video has been uploaded on GMA Network’s social media accounts, where the cast member lent their voices to re-enact the last scenes shown on TV. Netizens were quick to comment that they are excited for the series’ comeback.

Fans took to YouTube, Instagram and other social media sites to express their love for the show. They were impressed by the stars’ talent and effort in creating a new material for them to enjoy.

Magkaagaw is an intriguing drama about vengeance that follows the intertwined lives of Veron, Laura, Clarisse, and Jio. When Veron’s former husband leaves her for Laura, she vows to avenge the pain she felt. Years later, she becomes a mistress in the marriage of Laura’s daughter, Clarisse, and her college sweetheart, Jio.

Watch the full video of their re-enactment on GMA Network’s official YouTube page. 

Topics: GMA Network , Magkaagaw , enhanced community quarantine , Klea Pineda
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