MANILA – Jericho Rosales feels sad that his series “Magpahanggang Wakas” is now down to its last three weeks.
Speaking to ABS-CBN News’ MJ Felipe during the Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) parade on Friday, Rosales said he will certainly miss his co-stars and the staff and crew behind the ABS-CBN show.
“Nalulungkot ako sa set. Hindi ko maipinta ang mukha ko kasi of course yung samahan namin, yung grupo namin [mami-miss ko],” he said.
Rosales said they have become a family throughout the time that they were working together.
“It’s the first time I’ve worked with sila Arci (Munoz), John (Estrada), Yen (Santos). Naging close kaming lahat. Mami-miss ko yung grupo pati yung staff namin. But in terms of our run, it’s been a great 16 weeks. I cannot complain,” he said.
Although his schedule will not be as busy in 2017 when “Magpahanggang Wakas” ends, Rosales stressed that he and his wife, Kim Jones, have yet to talk about having a baby.
“Personally, wala muna. I have a lot of plans sa trabaho ko. Of course si Kim, marami rin siyang plano. The year 2017 will be kind of busy, wala pa kaming plano sa baby,” he said.
Asked what he is excited about the coming year, Rosales shared: “A lot of things na hindi para sa sarili ko. I’m looking forward for great films para sa Pilipinas,. Sa TV, yung progress ng quality ng work and ng working conditions. I am really looking forward to a better, stronger, more caring industry.”
Rosales is part of the MMFF entry “Ang Babae Sa Septic Tank 2,” starring Eugene Domingo.