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Megan Young makes TV5 debut, puts SoVin love team to the test

Megan Young.

TV5’s “Never Say Goodbye” continues to move towards an exciting plot line. With unexpected scenarios, new cast additions will shape an even more complex story.

Along with the introduction of Rita Avila’s character, actress-host Megan Young joins the cast of “Never Say Goodbye”. A first-time Kapatid, she puts Vin Abrenica and Sophie Albert’s love team to the test.

Megan plays the role of Vera, assistant to Greta Pendleton (Rita Avila). She’s fun and chic, similar to the profile of Kate (Sophie Albert). It will be a battle of the sossy girls for the attention of probinsiyano William (Vin Abrenica).

But Vera holds other secrets too. She will be Greta’s right hand and confidante in exacting revenge on Criselda (Alice Dixson).

Raised singlehandedly by her late father, Vera was made to believe that her mother is vile and unworthy of her love. She has grown to be a strong and determined young woman. When she finds out who her real mother is, it will be the biggest shock of her life.

“Never Say Goodbye” airs weeknights, 7:30PM on TV5.

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