"Alta" shelved - a very disappointing news for the fans

"Alta", a supposed teleserye on ABS-CBN in 2011, has been shelved already, at least according to one of its cast members, Luiz Manalo.

Gretchen Barretto and Diether Ocampo have already denied in earlier interviews that "Alta" has been shelved, but Luis negated that the
other night on Twitter.

According to the new 'Kapamilya Deal or No Deal' host, "Alta" is indeed not pushing through anymore. "Sa mga nagtatanong, nope, hindi po tuloy
ALTA :) don't ask why. Management po nagdecide, matagal na yung trailer na yan :)"

Luis was referring to the Alta trailer which was posted on Youtube last week.

The trailer shows the cast members and the characters they're going to portray in the soap.

When it was released, "Alta" even made it to the Philippines' Trending Topics list on Twitter.

A lot of fans are really frustrated to hear that Alta has been shelved.

It could have been so exciting to see Gretchen and Angelica Panganiban in an acting showdown.

Fans of KC Concepcion are also disappointed 'coz it could have been the most challenging role for her.

It's also a sad news for the fans of Zanjoe Marudo, whose other show "Hiyas" was also shelved.

But the most disappointed actually were the fans of Angelica Panganiban.

When was the last time Angelica had a teleserye other than a guesting on 100 Days To Heaven?

It was long ago, in 2010, with the soap "Rubi".

That means, this great and award-winning actress has no soap for almost 2 years already and she has no other soap coming up except for "Alta" which unfortunately isn't pushing through.

Maybe, we can already consider Angelica as an "under-utilized"
Kapamilya actress.

There are also rumors going on that Alta will still continue, but with change in casting, and new Kapamilya Iza Calzado reportedly will join
the cast.

About M.I.

Mykiru is an entertainment blogger, having been named as one of the Top 10 Pinoy Showbiz Resources in the Philippines. For a decade now, Mykiru.ph has been delivering the latest, the hottest and most trending issues in the country.

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