After a riveting, heartbreaking end to Ang Sa Iyo Ay Akin’s Season 1, viewers are certainly looking forward to the commencement of the show’s second book, which promises to further grip and rouse them with the cast’s impeccable acting and exceptional story.
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But as a new season begins, new cast members are also introduced, providing new and interesting story arcs and angles that will further draw wide following and acclaim. Who will make their much-anticipated entrances on Ang Sa Iyo Ay Akin Book 2? Here’s the exciting lineup as seen in this gallery!
An veteran actress with noteworthy portrayals in teleseryes through the years, Rita Avila is certainly an impressive addition to the show’s cast.
Soon to appear as Belen Cenidoza, mother of Iza Calzado’s character Ellice, she will surely make an expected impact on the continuing tale of her daughter and her tussles with Marissa (Jodi Sta. Maria) and son-in-law Gabriel (Sam Milby).
Rita last appeared on the weekly horror series “The Haunted” in 2019 with Jake Cuenca, Shaina Magdayao and Denise Laurel, after playing the character Odessa in the 2018 afternoon drama Precious Hearts Romances Presents Araw Gabi with JM de Guzman, Barbie Imperial, and Vina Morales.
This handsome hunk who has mesmerized us with his unquestionable onscreen appeal and manly allure will surely make viewers’ eyes glued.
Portraying the mysterious Avel Mansueto, Joseph will take on the role of Marissa’s bodyguard who will capture the heart of one of the key characters of the show. It is still unclear if his role would be of a protagonist or not, but his onscreen presence alone would make Season 2 a must watch.
Joseph last appeared in a full teleserye on Precious Hearts Romances Presents Los Bastardos in 2019 after getting everyone’s attention as Diego in the 2017 drama Wildflower with Maja Salvador.
Considered the freshest face in the stellar cast, Kira Balinger has certainly much promise as a dramatic actress we all look forward to.
Playing the breakthrough role as Hope Villarosa, daughter of Ellice and Gabriel (Sam Milby), Kira will surely display her intense dramatic chops in the show, considering how she is set to suffer amid a broken family and other struggles she would face.
Kira’s most recent teleserye was Pamilya Ko with Sylvia Sanchez, Joey Marquez, JM de Guzman, Maris Racal, Kiko Estrada, Mutya Orquia, Raikko Mateo, Kid Yambao, and Jairus Aquino, among others, that ended early this year, playing the Mabunga sibling Lemon.
Grae Fernandez had been considered a looming matinee idol for a long time, inheriting the looks, appeal and talent of his dad Mark Anthony Fernandez, and his late grandfather Rudy Fernandez.
Portraying the other breakout role as Marissa’s son whom she calls Jacob, Grae will certainly give out one intense dramatic performance that is set to make him gain recognition and respect in the industry.
Grae was last seen on Starla with Judy Ann Santos, and previously as an antagonist on the weekly fantasy series Hiwaga ng Kambat with Maymay Entrata and Edward Barber.
Catch Season 2 of Ang Sa Iyo Ay Akin, weeknights after FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano on Kapamilya Channel, Kapamilya Online Live and A2Z Channel 11.