The hashtag #JusticeForCardo started appearing last November 23, 2016 in various social media sites:

#JusticeForCardo #FPJAPKatunggali after TV Patrol! c @dagsie

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#JusticeForCardo #FPJAPKatunggali after TV Patrol! c @hotmommaliza

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#JusticeForCardo #FPJAPKatunggali after TV Patrol! c @vamprincessummer

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This rooted from the current story of FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano where Joaquin, played by Arjo Atayde, framed up and schemed against Cardo which put the latter behind bars. Cardo’s imprisonment was seen by viewers as an injustice to his character which led them to posting photos in social media sites relaying the “Justice for Cardo” statement. Even netizens from outside the country, such as Dubai, joined the call for Cardo’s character to be put out of prison.

Cardo’s imprisonment became highly affecting and sympathetic that the episode last November 22, 2016 registered a 37.4 National TV ratings in Kantar Media:

Maraming salamat po sa suporta at panonood niyo mga Kapamilya! #FPJAPKatunggali

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Adding to that, an early Christmas gift was unboxed for the Primetime King and the FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano cast. Since, the award-winning primetime show was honored by the People Management Association of the Philippines’ (PMAP) 6th Makatao Awards for Media Excellence with the “Makatao Exemplary Award”.

Makatao Awards annually honors members of the mass media for their outstanding contributions in enhancing public understanding of the role and impact of good people management. PMAP is a 50-year old non-profit, professional organization of over 1,800 member companies and individual management executives engaged or interested in human resource management (HRM) and industrial relations (IR) work.

Do catch FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano every night after TV Patrol.

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