QUEZON CITY, PHILIPPINES — More intense confrontations and notable clapbacks will amp up the excitement of viewers as Lino (Jericho Rosales), Jade (Yam Concepcion), Jacky (Yen Santos), and Ace (Sam Milby) face their toughest battle yet to claim their desired love and right in the last few days of the series “Halik”, seen in most countries outside the Philippines via TFC, with its final episode streaming simulcast its local airing on April 26 via TFC Online (www.TFC.tv).
Viewers are in for more infuriating scenes as Jade and Ace put all their schemes to work to escape from the authorities and take baby CJ away from Lino. But Lino will do everything to reunite with his son and make sure his enemies will rot in jail while having Jacky by his side, who vows to support him until the end.
But just as they thought things could not get any worse, Jade andJacky’s lives will be put in danger, which will cause a major shift in Lino’s fight for justice. Despite the possibility of lives being lost with his vicious tactics, Ace will continue with his plans of revenge against Lino whom he thinks made his life miserable.
Who will win in their battle? To whom will they give their last kiss?
One of the most-talked-about series today, “Halik” has built a strong fan base. The series also earned applause for sharing valuable lessons to audiences, like Lino who impressed viewers with his dedication in doing what is right and just, even if it would mean giving up his own happiness. Jacky, on the other hand, was noted for her bravery as she proved that women are also capable of defending themselves against powerful men.
There is also Jade who, despite her bad reputation, is a doting mother to her child and is willing to sacrifice even her own life just to make sure her baby is safe. While Ace is proof that every vicious deed would mean tough consequences, and genuine happiness comes from doing good to others.
Aside from viewership in most countries worldwide in TFC’s different platforms, “Halik” has also conquered the African territory now that it reached Tanzania and has been airing since February.
Do not miss the gripping scenes in the last few episodes of “Halik”, seen in most countries worldwide via TFC, with its final episode streaming simulcast local airing via TFC Online (www.TFC.tv) on April 26 at 9:15 P.M. (Manila time).
Catch-up episodes can also be seen in most countries worldwide via TFC Online (www.TFC.tv) and TFC IPTV.