David Archuleta is slated to make his final appearance as Josh Bradley tonight, March 23, as TV5’s primetime mini-series Nandito Ako airs its grand finale. Topbilled by the American Idol Season 7 finalist with TV5’s own homegrown stars, Jasmine Curtis Smith and Eula Caballero, Nandito Ako has become a milestone for the Kapatid Network as it was able to tap a new worldwide market through this teleserye.
The international singer’s first Asian TV project has underscored his charisma here and abroad—marked by Nandito Ako’s unparalleled buzz online, particularly in micro-blogging site Twitter where it has been a consistent trending topic (both in Twitter Philippines and worldwide), making it one of the most talked about Philippine local programs to date.
After finding out that Holly (played by Eula Caballero) has brain cancer, Anya (Jasmine Curtis-Smith’s character) decided to let go of her love for Josh (played by David Archuleta), knowing that it’s the only way for the terminally-ill Holly to be happy. Anya’s decision to leave has paved the way for Josh to get closer to her best friend. But will Josh ever realize that Anya is the young girl who saved him from the fire and owns the missing piece of his watch?
Meanwhile, as Josh’s benefit concert approaches, news breaks out that he’s set to reveal the real identity of his girlfriend. Will Josh root for his real love Anya or choose to make Holly’s remaining days nothing but full of memorable and happy thoughts?
Don’t miss the remaining episode of the Mac Alejandre-helmed mini-serye, which also stars Gelli de Belen, Aiko Melendez and G. Tongi, with Alwyn Uytingco, Ana Capri, Mon Confiado, Ana Feleo, Joseph Bitangcol, RS Francisco, David Bianco, Byron Ortile, and Ms. Perla Bautista.
Nandito Ako airs after Wil Time Bigtime on TV5.