Her last project was a back-to-back team-up with John Lloyd Cruz in the teleserye “Imortal” and in the film “Unofficially Yours”. This year, she was given two movies to work on – “One More Try”, a film that will join the Manila Film Fest this December and a horror-comedy film that co-stars Vhong Navarro.
According to the actress however, the aspired teleserye won’t arrive this year. “There are plans but it won’t be this year. Most likely next year,” said Angel.
“I really enjoy doing films, but since I’m a breadwinner, I want to be able to save up,” she added. Despite this, the actress is positive that next year is the best time for a teleserye because it would be difficult for her to manage it with her upcoming films.
Meanwhile, contrary to her success in real life, her character, Isabel Padausdos in “TODA Max” will undergo depression for being unemployed for six months. The whole neighborhood will try their best not to make Isabel (Angel) feel useless by not mentioning anything related to being jobless.
Justin’s (Vhong) previous employee Hap wants to go back to work in his carinderia but Justin has already hired Benjo (Benjie Paras) to replace him. Unbeknown to many, Benjo is Hap’s half brother and the two are not in good terms. Their strife will get worse because of the job and will result to a mixed martial arts fight.
How will Isabel move on from her depression? Will the brothers Hap and Benjo ever make peace? Find out this Saturday (September 1) on “TODA Max” after “X Factor Philippines” on ABS-CBN.