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Here’s the intriguing post of Coco Martin amid the “death” of Cardo Dalisay in Ang Probinsyano

Kapamilya actor Coco Martin shared an intriguing post amid speculations about his character’s “death”, Cardo Dalisay, in Ang Probinsyano.

The show is currently airing and is going to its 4th year in the primetime slot. Several of its rivals already ended but the adventures of Cardo and the characters around him continue.

Ang Probinsyano
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Indeed, Coco and Cardo are well-loved by avid viewers and the ratings of the show proves that.

Previously, there were speculations that the show will end this year, however, there was no confirmation about this.

During the July 16 episode, avid viewers were shocked when the character of Baron Geisler, Alyas Bungo, stabbed and shot Cardo Dalisay.

Some netizens said that this might be the end of the series. On the other hand, fans expressed hope that Cardo is still alive. Some even pressumed that maybe it was just a dream.

This topic was one of the top Twitter trends on Tuesday. Fans will just have to wait what is going to happen in the next episode.

Coco Martin Cardo Dalisay
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Amid the speculations about the “death” of Cardo Dalisay, which probably will prompt the end of the series, Coco Martin shared an intriguing post.

On his recent Instagram post, the Ang Probinsyano lead actor shared his photo with the use of an app showing the older version of a person.

He captioned his post with, “FPJ Ang Probinsyano #year2045 #EpisodeOneMillion #CardoDalisay”.

Is this a hint that Cardo Dalisay will still continue fighting against bad guys?

Apparently, fans are expecting that Cardo is still alive because he was spotted shooting with drama superstar Judy Ann Santos who will be the new guest star.

What can you say about this?

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