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Netizens saddened to see ‘FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano’ come to an end

After reaching its peak, yearly reports said that the show would already end but an extension was always granted

At long last, ‘FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano‘ ends after seven years of entertaining viewers.

At the end of the July 22, 2022 episode, lead actor Coco Martin was sad to announce that the program will only grace TV screens for three weeks more before it concludes.

The show’s finale was dubbed “Ang Pambansang Pagtatapos.” Martin thanked the loyal viewers of his most iconic project.

Mga Ka-Probinsyano, dumating na po ang oras. Ang programang minahal ninyo ng pitong taon ay nalalapit na po ang pagtatapos.

Malungkot man na tayo ay maghihiwalay pero walang hanggang pagpapasalamat ang aming nararamdaman. Nagbago man ang mundo, nandiyan pa rin kayo.

Kahit man po matapos ang teleseryeng ito, hinding-hindi matatapos ang pagmamahal namin sa inyo.

Kaya kapit lang sa huling tatlong linggo, ito po ang FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano: Ang Pambansang Pagtatapos.” he said in the short message.

FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano is an adaptation of Fernando Poe Jr.’s 1997 movie, which aired its pilot episode on September 28, 2015, on ABS-CBN’s Primetime Bida.

The high ratings left the network with no choice but to extend the program numerous times.

After reaching its peak, yearly reports said that the show would end, but an extension was always granted.

Mars Ravelo’s Darna” will take over the show’s time slot and air its first episode on August 15, 2022.

FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano is considered one of the best shows in recent memory, and viewers will miss it badly.

The last episode was also very interesting as it depicted a “revolution” that many saw as a response to historical revisionism and the upcoming film “Maid In Malacañang.”


Maid In Malacañang seeks to accurately show the public the last days of the Marcos family in the Palace before being ousted.

Written by Charles Teves

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