Last Few Nights of the most Watched Primetime Series Juan Dela Cruz!

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Drama King Coco Martin is thankful to his top-rating superhero drama series in ABS-CBN "Juan dela Cruz" for transforming him into a better actor and more responsible Filipino citizen.

"Because of the show and our advocacy projects, I do not only delight people through acting. I also get the chance to get to know, bond, and help our viewers who are in need. It's a different kind of joy when people, especially the youth, teli me that I inspire them," explained Coco who actively participate in several 'Juan Fun School Day' activities, which provided school supplies to the less fortunate students in different parts of the country.

Coco also pays tribute to all the loyal viewers who unfailingly supported "Juan dela Cruz" for the past eight months since it premiered on primetime TV last February.

"I'm really touched with our audience's solid support. For almost a year, they joined Juan's (Coco) journey and adventures—from his childhood, to his mission as the Tagabantay, and now in his struggles as the Anak ng Dilim," he said.

Coco gives a promise to TV viewers that the next episodes of "Juan dela Cruz" will be more mind-blowing as they count down to the last 15 nights of Juan's journey.

"There are still a lot of revelations that all of us should watch out for in the last three weeks of the show. Who will sacrifice his or her life to stop Peruha's (Diana Zubiri) evil plans? Will Juan and Rosario (Erich Gonzales) have a happy ending? In the end, will Juan be able to save the world from the dangers of other mythical creatures," shared Coco about the nearing finale of "Juan dela Cruz" on October 25 (Friday).

Coco Martin is looking forward to having a breather after his top-rating series “Juan dela Cruz” comes to an end in three weeks.After being on air for eight months, Martin thinks it’s about time he spends time with his family whom he misses terribly.
Martin said he also wants to have some “me time” without having to worry about anything.
But despite not having quality time with his family, Martin stressed that he is not complaining about his hectic schedule because he really loves acting.

“Sabi ko nga never ko pinagsisihan. Alam kong kasama 'yun sa trabahong ito. Basta ang importante, sa bawat soap opera na ginagawa ko, alam kong napapasaya ko yung mga manonood,” he said.

Aside from the show itself, He felt sad, he said, because he will miss working with the whole cast and crew. After all, that was 9 months of working together.

Meanwhile, Coco Martin is looking to make a comeback on the big screen after the hit series "Juan dela Cruz," which will air its final episode this October.The 31-year-old actor said that if given a chance, he would like to do a horror film with actress-host Kris Aquino, who is dubbed the "Queen of Horror" after starring in hits like "Feng Shui" and "Segunda Mano."
Known for his roles in acclaimed independent films, Martin went on to star in mainstream movies as an ABS-CBN artist. His last film, the romance-drama "A Moment in Time" co-starring Julia Montes, was released in February this year.

Martin said he is also looking forward to reprising the Juan dela Cruz character, as he bared plans of a film adaptation of the primetime series.

Don't miss the last three weeks of Philippine television's favorite superhero "Juan dela Cruz" weeknights after "TV Patrol" on ABS-CBN's Primetime Bida. For more updates follow @JUANDELACRUZ_TV on Twitter or "like" its official Facebook fanpage

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