COCO FINALLY DISCOVERS TRUTH ABOUT TWIN BROTHER’S DEATH IN “FPJ’s ANG PROBINSYANO.”

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  • The much-awaited revelation in the leading primetime series “FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano” finally happened as Cardo (Coco Martin) finally found out that Joaquin (Arjo Atayde) is the mastermind behind the death of Cardo’s twin brother Ador last Monday (May 15). Emotions ran high as Colonel Carreon (Art Acuña) confessed that Joaquin himself killed Ador, sending Ador and his grandfather Delfin (Jaime Fabregas) into a rage. With this revelation, Cardo is determined to avenge his brother and will make sure Joaquin pays for all his sins and lies. Will Cardo be able to seek justice for Ador? Can Joaquin still escape the hands of the authorities? Meanwhile, viewers tuned in to the explosive episode as the series garnered a national TV rating of 38.9%, compared to “Encantadia” that only got 22%, according to data from Kantar Media. Watch out for the action-packed scenes in the number one teleserye, “FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano,” on ABS-CBN.

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