Primetime TV’s wild ride with Lily Cruz ends this Friday

After one year on air, “Wildflower” finally caps Lily’s quest for revenge and seal the fate of its well-loved characters led by award-winning actress Maja Salvador.

With the sudden death of Diego Torillo (Joseph Marco), what will Lily Cruz’ next steps be? What awaits the people of Poblacion Ardiente?

The gripping conclusion to ABS-CBN’s top rating primetime series “Wildflower” can be viewed at the Robinson’s Place General Trias Activiti Area in Cavite on Friday (Feb 9) followed by a “Wildflower Pasasalamat” mall show with the cast wherein fans can get to enjoy an evening of fun, performances, and other surprises.  Activities will start at 4PM.

More than just a story of revenge, “Wildflower,” produced by ABS-CBN under the business unit led by director Ruel Bayani, is a story of a woman’s courage, determination, and resilience to find justice for her family and for the people of one town. Driven by hope and love, main protagonist Lily Cruz fights for what is right without putting the law in her hands.

Ever since its premiere in February 2017, “Wildflower” has been a consistent top-rating program in primetime and a consistent trending topic on social media. It reached an all-time high national TV rating of 35.2% for its October 10 episode – the highest rating earned by a program in the 6 pm timeslot in recent years. It also ranked 13th on Kantar Media’s list of most watched programs for 2017 and was also among the most swatched program on iWant TV last year.

Don’t miss the last few episodes of “Wildflower,” weeknights before “TV Patrol” on ABS-CBN or ABS-CBN HD (SkyCable ch 167). For updates, follow @wildflowerabscbn on Instagram, @RSBDramaUnitNew on Twitter and like the show’s official Facebook page athttps://www.facebook.com/wildflowerchannel2/. Catch its latest episodes on iwantv.com.ph or skyondemand.com.ph for Sky subscribers.

Wildest ending dadalhin sa Cavite…

CAST NG “WILDFLOWER,” MAY PA-THANK YOU SA FANS NGAYONG BIYERNES

Sa biglang pagkamatay ni Diego (Joseph Marco), ano kaya ang susunod na hakbang ni Lily Cruz (Maja Salvador)? Ano ang kinabukasan naghihintay sa Poblacion Ardiente?

Pakatutukan ang inaabangang pagtatapos ng hit ABS-CBN primetime series na “Wildflower” ngayon Biyernes (Feb 9) na may live screening na magagapan sa Robinson’s Place General Trias Activity Area sa Cavite.

Tunghayan kung paano magtatapos ang makulay at maaksyong buhay ni Lily na isang taong sinubaybayan ng mga manonood, mapabahay man o online.

Bilang pasasalamat, isang palabas ang inihanda ng cast sa “Wildflower Pasasalamat” show na magaganap pagkatapos ng live screening. Dito, makakabonding ng fans ang buong cast na naghanda naman ng kani-kanilang production numbers at iba pang sorpresa.

Higit sa paghihiganti, ang “Wildflower,” na nilikha sa ilalim ng business unit na pinamamahalaan ni Ruel Bayani, ay isang makapangyarihang kwento tungkol sa lakas ng  loob, determinasyon, at tatag ng isang babaeng ang hangad ay hustisya para sa kanyang pamilya at para sa kayang mga kababayan. Dala ang pag-ibig at pag-asa sa kanyang puso, ipinaglalaban ni Lily ang tama nang hindi nilalagay ang batas sa kanyang mga kamay.

Simula pa lang noong Pebrero 2017 ay nangunguna na ang “Wildflower” sa ratings at trending din gabi-gabi sa social media. Natamo nito ang pinakamataas nitong national TV rating na 35.2% sa episode nito noong Oktubre 10 – ang pinakamataas na rating na naitala ng isang programa sa 6 pm timeslot sa loob ng nakalipas na mga taon. Ika-13 din ito sa listahan ng Kantar Media ng mga pinakapinanood na programa sa bansa noong 2017 at pinakapinanood din sa iWant TV.

Huwag palalampasin ang nalalabing episodes ng “Wildflower,” Lunes hanggang Biyernes bago mag-“TV Patrol” sa ABS-CBN o sa ABS-CBN HD (Skycable ch 167). Para sa updates, i-follow ang @wildflowerabscbn sa Instagram, @RSBDramaUnitNew sa Twitter at i-like ang official Facebook page ng programa sahttps://www.facebook.com/wildflowerchannel2/.

Panoorin ang past episodes ng palabas sa iWant TV o sa skyondemand.com.ph para sa Sky subscribers.

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