Isabel Oli returns to ABS-CBN, joins 'Annaliza' cast

 


Actress Isabel Oli surprised viewers when she recently appeared in a promo plug for ABS-CBN’s top-rating primetime family drama “Annaliza.”

This instantly roused speculations about whether Isabel will formally join the Kapamilya Network.

“As of now, I am a freelancer, and my doors are open to all networks who want to cast me as an actress. I am really happy to work with the whole production team of ‘Annaliza’ and get back with the network where I started my career in showbiz,” she explained.

In the hit soap’s final three weeks, Isabel plays the role of Bernadette, Ristorante Isabel’s newly hired chef. Will she be Annaliza’s (Andrea Brillantes) ally or enemy?

Meanwhile, Makoy (Carlo Aquino) is all set to free Stella (Kaye Abad) from jail and once again teams up with her to take revenge against the Benedictos. Isabel (Denise Laurel) also faces her own ordeal as Cedric (Alex Castro) forces himself on her.

What awaits Annaliza when Stella returns? Will Cedric succeed in his evil plan? What will Chef Bernadette’s role be in Annaliza’s life?

Don’t miss the last three weeks of “Annaliza” weeknights before “TV Patrol” in ABS-CBN’s Primetime Bida. For updates, like the show’s official Facebook page at  https://www.facebook.com/Annaliza2013 or follow @Annaliza2013 on Twitter. Share your thoughts on “Annaliza” online using the hashtag #Annaliza.

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