PRESS STATEMENT FROM GMA-7:
"After dodging the biggest hurdles and scheming adversaries, watch how Glaiza de Castro's character will face all the confrontations and accusations as the secret behind her identity will be disclosed in GMA Network's all-original drama series, Grazilda.
"Through the help of Fairy Godmother (Jolina Magdangal) and Kasmir (Daniel Matsunaga), Grazilda continues her search for her missing mother Matilda (Rio Locsin). Veronne (Cherie Gil), however, convinces Fernando (Joel Torre) to file charges against Grazilda for attempting to kill Cindy (Yasmien Kurdi).
"Grazilda luckily manages to escape after being arrested with both Kasmir and Eric (Geoff Eigenmann) coming to rescue their lady love.
"Fabiola (Sheryl Cruz) gains more power and strengthens her dark forces. Despite the various interventions, Fernando finally learns that Matilda is being held captive by Veronne. Soon after their reunion, Matilda confesses to Fernando that Grazilda is his daughter.
"Will Fabiola successfully unleash her evil plans? How will Grazilda face the changes in her life now that she knows that Fernando is her real father? Will Grazilda give Eric another chance and their love a second chance?
"Meanwhile, Grazilda is consistently listed in the top ten programs in NUTAM (National Urban Television Audience Measurement) and Urban Luzon. It has been enjoying impressive TV ratings since it debuted last September 13 and the original and innovative story strikes a chord with the viewers. More exciting twists, thrilling developments and shocking revelations await the televiewers as the drama series approaches its last four weeks.
"Grazilda airs weeknights right after Jillian: Namamasko Po! on GMA Telebabad."
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