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Megan Young nails Marimar role

Kapuso multi-talented actress Megan Young expresses her happiness for the overwhelming support of viewers and netizens for the primetime series Marimar. Since its pilot episode, Marimar has been a hot trending topic on social media and consistently registers good ratings nationwide.  

 “Natutuwa ako. To be honest hindi ko talaga ine-expect. Basta ang nasa isip ko lang ay gagalingan na lang namin at i-e-enjoy namin ang experience. I’m very thankful sa mga patuloy na sumusuporta. Ang dami pang nakaka-excite na mangyayari,” shares Megan.

Tom Rodriguez​ and Megan Young play ill-fated lovers in Marimar

One of the highlights to look forward to in the series is the beginning of Sergio (Tom Rodriguez) and Marimar’s journey as a married couple. Sergio starts to feel guilty about his selfish plan especially when he sees how Marimar is deeply in love with him. Meanwhile, Señora Angelika (Jaclyn Jose) and daughter Antonia (Lauren Young) will persist in planning against Marimar.

But behind the trouble and pain Marimar is experiencing because of Señora Angelika, Megan feels grateful of having a great working relationship with seasoned actress Jaclyn Jose. “It’s fun. Tita Jane is very nice. She always gives me pointers. She’s always there to support in whatever’s happening on the set,” says Megan.

 Jaclyn Jose is Señora Angelika

Even though they failed to stop the wedding, this doesn’t stop Angelika and Antonia from ruining the relationship of Sergio and Marimar.

Marimar airs weeknights after 24 Oras on GMA Telebabad.

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