Actress Marian Rivera’s comeback show, Super Ma’am, is slated to end in three weeks’ time. Super Ma’am was her comeback show on GMA-7.

She reveals that the show was supposed to end in the latter part of 2017, in December, although it got extended by around a month’s time.

“Thankful na, kasi sa totoo lang ang Super Ma’am ay hanggang December, third week o second week ng December lang… Na-extend ng na-extend, na-extend ng four to five weeks? Hindi na masama yun. Okay na yun.” (I’m thankful for the opportunity because this show was supposed to end last December, although it got extended by four, five weeks—which wasn’t bad at all.)

She says that she has “mixed emotions” on leaving the set. She felt very happy and thankful to the good reception that her comeback show had received. However, she felt sad at the thought of leaving the people she’d worked with, as she had formed strong bonds with them.

“Mami-miss ko sila. (I’ll miss them.),” Rivera says of her co-workers.