Julia Montes's comeback project, 24/7, is set to hit television screens this February.
This is according to Denise Laurel who promoted the series during her Tonight With Boy Abunda interview aired yesterday, February 4.
Denise revealed that 24/7 will replace her ongoing Sunday mini-series The Haunted, which will end on February 9.
Although Denise did not mention when 24/7 will air, she said, "Abangan niyo rin po ako sa 24/7, malapit na po yan, same timeslot!"
The trailer of 24/7 shows that the story revolves around Julia's character, a security officer caught in the midst of a virus outbreak.
It turns out that a hospital facility is hiding all the medicine, and Julia's character will do anything to get medicine for her child who is inflicted with the virus.
This project marks Melissa Ricks's comeback on television, after not doing TV projects for almost six years.
Arjo Atayde, JC Santos, Joross Gamboa, Meryll Soriano, Anna Luna, and Edu Manzano are also part of the weekly series.
Last January, Cornerstone Entertainment, Julia's talent management company, confirmed that the actress is making a showbiz comeback.
After finishing Asintado in 2018, Julia went on a hiatus and had a vacation in Germany.
ABS-CBN has yet to announce the airing date of 24/7 on its Sunday primetime block.