Ryza Cenon on 'Ika-6 Na Utos': 'Masyado na ako naapektuhan sa sinasabi nila' | Inquirer Entertainment

Ryza Cenon on ‘Ika-6 Na Utos’: ‘Masyado na ako naapektuhan sa sinasabi nila’

By: - Entertainment Correspondent
/ 01:01 PM January 11, 2018

Ryza Cenon. Image:Instagram/@iamryzacenon


She is, without a doubt, today’s most cringed-off television villain.


But while her top-rating afternoon series “Ika-6 Na Utos” flies high in the ratings game, Kapuso actress Ryza Cenon believes the show has to end as some viewers have already perceive negative reactions on the program, which she’s becoming affected.


According to the actress, the series is set to end in March and it is final.

“For me I think, yeah it’s time (to end the show) ‘yung viewers kasi masyado na ko naapektuhan sa sinasabi nila, not naman about Georgia, but about the show. Kasi parang pagod na rin silang panoorin ‘yung show,” she said at the recent grand media launch of her upcoming travel-romance movie “Mr. Mrs. Cruz” she top-bills with actor JC Santos.

(For me I think yeah it’s time to end the show because [personally] I’m starting to get affected by the viewers’ comments, not about Georgia but the show as a whole. It seems they are getting tired of the story)

“Ika-6 Na Utos” successfully dominated the afternoon block because of the powerful exchange of hard-hitting lines and blood-rushing catfights between lead stars Cenon and fellow Kapuso actress Sunshine Dizon. But before the people get tired of its story, the “Mr. & Mrs. Cruz” actress opts to end it in peak.

“So ang pangit naman i-end ‘yung show namin na ganon ‘yung mga reviews (better to end) habang naka-peak pa siya hanggang ngayon,” she said.

(It’s not good to end the show with such reviews so it’s better to end it while it’s still at peak)


Ryza hopes not to get stereotyped as a ‘kontrabida’ 

In her 12 years in the industry, Cenon feels that it is only now that her career is taking peak. Thanks to her effective portrayal as Georgia, she was able to reinvent herself and show the viewers that she’s no longer the teeny-bopper actress they’ve known.

However, just as she got praises for playing villain, she does not want to be identified as one forever. She does not want her role to affect people’s perception of her as a person.

“I hope na sana hindi ako maano (identify) sa kontrabida. Ayoko na all throughout tumatak sa kanila na ga’nun ‘yung ugali ko which is hindi naman talaga kasi may iba na masyado na pinaguusapan na ‘hindi ayoko na sa kanya masama ‘yan, kabit siya ganyan’Natatak na kong masamang tao. Okay lang kung maganda kasi may iba kasi na close-minded, ganon na ‘yung nangyayari. Nagiging masama na ko sa mata nila,” she said.

(I hope that I don’t get too identified with villain roles. I don’t want people to perceive that I am the same in real life which is, in fact, not at all, to the point that others talk about me too much and say they don’t like me because I’m bad, I’m the other woman. I’m being thought off as a bad person. It’s okay if people perceive it as good but some, especially those who are closed-minded, it’s what happens. I’m becoming bad in their eyes)

Directed by blockbuster director Sigrid Andrea Bernardo and produced by Viva Films and IdeaFirst Company, “Mr. & Mrs. Cruz” hits cinemas starting January 24.


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