The premiere of “Sino Ang May Sala?: Mea Culpa” streamed via TFC Online (www.TFC.tv) on April 29 with a rating of 22.2% according to Kantar Media National TV Ratings.
Which truth will prevail: that of the biological mother or the adoptive mother? Find out in “Sino Ang May Sala?: Mea Culpa”
Two mothers with opposing versions of the truth will take a stand in the name of love and justice in ABS-CBN’s newest crime-drama series “Sino Ang May Sala?: Mea Culpa”, which will be seen in most countries outside the Philippines via TFC, with its pilot episode streaming on April 29 (Manila time) via TFC Online (www.TFC.tv).
Starring in the series is award-winning actress Jodi Sta. Maria, who plays Fina, a hardworking farmer who hopes to give her family a better future, and later on looks and fights for her missing child.
She clashes with Bela Padilla’s character Juris, a lawyer who covers up a crime which happens when she travels to Baguio along with Andrei (Tony Labrusca), Greco (Kit Thompson), Gaylord (Sandino Martin), Lolita (Ivana Alawi), andBogs (Ketchup Eusebio) to celebrate after passing the bar.
Their road trip takes a disastrous turn that will compromise their future when they get into an accident that will separate Fina from her child, while Juris takes on adopting and raising the little girl.
They keep their dark secret hidden in the grave up until a construction work unearths a rotting corpse. Because of the news, Fina gets her hopes up, starts to believe that her daughter is still alive, and embarks on a search for her.
The controversial case then sparks a dispute between the two mothers – Fina believes her daughter is with Juris, who, in turn, defends herself against the accusation in order to keep the child she has raised and come to love.
Does Fina stand a chance to obtain justice against the five successful lawyers? Will she ever be reunited with her daughter? How long will Juris and her friends hide the truth?
Also part of the “Sino Ang May Sala?: Mea Culpa” cast are veteran actors Agot Isidro, Janice de Belen, Ayen Munji-Laurel, Jay Manalo, Allan Paule, and Boboy Garovillo. It is under the production of Dreamscape Entertainment and directed by Andoy Ranay and Dan Villegas.
Do not miss the gripping fight for justice and love in “Sino Ang May Sala?: Mea Culpa” seen in most countries outside the Philippines via TFC.
Catch-up episodes is available in most countries worldwide via TFC Online (www.TFC.tv) and TFC IPTV.