Lead characters Tristan and Malia will finally put an end to antagonist Sandrino’s evil plans in the finale streaming simulcast its Philippine airing on March 2 via TFC online (www.TFC.TV)
As the dreaded judgement day nears for ABS-CBN’s hit fantasy action series “La Luna Sangre”, find out if the love between Tristan (Daniel Padilla) and Malia (Kathryn Bernardo) could be their ultimate weapon to defeat Sandrino (Richard Gutierrez) in the upcoming finale “The Apocalypse”, available outside the Philippines via The Filipino Channel (TFC), with the finale episode streaming simulcast its local airing on March 2 (Manila time), via TFC online (www.TFC.tv) in key countries worldwide.
Tension continues to rise in the show’s last week, especially after Sandrino discovers that Tristan has betrayed him and has sided with Malia once more. Supremo is now left exhausting every possible way to stop his brother from putting all his efforts in vain. Meanwhile, Tristan remains confident that he will emerge victorious, albeit scathed with the death of his grandparents, together with his love Malia in the end.
Malia always has had the heart to love and serve as the ‘bagong itinakda’ (the chosen one), where she fights for justice and peace for the welfare of her family and her kind. She has also continued to defy fate when she chooses to love and be with Tristan again and again, even if the prophecy said that he will become her arch enemy.
Meantime, Tristan may have once have succumbed to bitterness and hate, but love still prevails in his heart. He has been sacrificing everything, even to the extent of joining the Moonchasers and entering the world of werewolves and vampires, to protect his family and give justice to his father and other loved ones’ death.
This week, the werewolves suffer a blow as Baristo (Joross Gamboa) dies in the hands of Sandrino, further fueling Malia’s hatred and desire to end the antagonist’s rule.
“La Luna Sangre” is the third installment of the hit “Moonstone” trilogy. It is one of the most watched programs both in the Philippines and in key countries worldwide via TFC online (www.TFC.tv). It continues to be one of the most talked about topics on social media.
Don’t miss the last week of “La Luna Sangre,” seen outside the Philippines via TFC, with its final episode streaming simulcast its Philippine airing on March 2 (Manila time) via TFC online (www.TFC.tv), in key countries worldwide. Catch-up episodes are available via TFC online (www.TFC.tv) and TFC IPTV, in key countries worldwide.
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