TV5’s ‘Cassandra: Warrior Angel’ faces last epic battle


“Cassandra: Warrior Angel” reaches a climax as TV5’s hit primetime fantasy drama inches closer to its season finale.

In the show’s last two weeks, Cassandra (Eula Caballero) must rally the forces of good for a final battle with the malignos.

To do so, Cassandra will need the help of her estranged brother Cristoff (Alwyn Uytingco). But without any memory of their past, will Cristoff come to his sister’s aid?

Larissa (Eula Valdes), who’s finally reunited with her youngest son, Calix (Josh Stangeland), continues her mission to find her husband Uriel (Gabby Concepcion). But evil twin Azrael has already set his plans into motion, making sure that Uriel never finds his way to his family.

Lead star Eula Caballero has hinted that there will be “shocking deaths” in the show. Another cliffhanger, she says, is the revelation of Cassandra’s love interest.

Amid all the chaos, love has bloomed for the heroine, and fans of the show will finally see whom Cassandra chooses. Will the angel Gabriel (JC de Vera) and his loyalty win the heart of the warrior angel, or will she go to the caring, kindhearted and yet human Jude (Albie Casiño)?

All this and more are in store for the last two weeks of the fast-paced and weeknight action-thriller “Cassandra: Warrior Angel.”

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  • maysayako

    may nanuod kaya nito?

    • JanofVA

      Oo naman, mga pamilya nung cast and crew..he..he..he..

  • indiosbravos2002

    Pano naging hit ito? May nanonood ba ng channel 5 pwera si MVP

  • BCon

    Kung hit ‘yan di pa yan tatapusin. Hindi kasi maganda ang pakpak ni Cassandra. Mali ang proportion. Sana tulad ng pakpak nung birdman sa “XMen” or sa “Constantine” or “Legion”.

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