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‘Ngayon at Kailanman’ shoot with JoshLia wraps up

/ 02:13 PM January 18, 2019

MANILA, Philippines — Primetime drama series “Ngayon at Kailanman” is coming to an end this Friday.

Julia Barretto marked the end of filming their series in an Instagram photo posted on Thursday with boyfriend and leading man Joshua Garcia.

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“And that is a wrap! We just finished shooting our finale. It’s the ending you never expected and never witnessed. Thank you from the whole team of Ngayon At Kailanman,” Barretto wrote.

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And that is a wrap! We just finished shooting our finale. It’s the ending you never expected and never witnessed. Thank you from the whole team of Ngayon At Kailanman ♡

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Actress Angel Locsin commented on the post saying “Congrats Julia!” to which Barretto replied, “Thank you Ate.”

Barretto further wrote: “We are all excited for your comeback on primetime! We are all celebrating you. Yours is a sure success! Sending you light and love.”

Screengrab from @juliabarretto

The young actress also posted a teaser of what the viewers can expect on the drama series’ final episode.

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“Ang huling gabi. Sino ang magpapaalam? Tonight, 8:30pm. #DuloNgKAILANMAN,” Barretto said in a tweet on Friday.

“Ngayon at Kailanman” will be replaced by Locsin’s upcoming action-adventure teleserye titled “The General’s Daughter” which will start airing on Monday, Jan. 21.

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