Senior High Episode 32
The episode opens with Luna and Sasha arguing about Luna’s edited video. Sasha is angry that Luna edited the video without her permission, and she accuses Luna of trying to sabotage her. Luna defends herself, saying that she was only trying to make the video better.
Meanwhile, Archie and Sky are also arguing. Sky is upset that Archie didn’t tell her about his meeting with Luna. Archie apologizes, but Sky doesn’t believe him. She thinks that Archie is keeping something from her.
The students are all preparing for the upcoming senior high ball. Sasha is determined to win the title of queen, and she’s willing to do whatever it takes to get ahead. Luna is also running for queen, but she’s more interested in having fun than in winning.
On the night of the ball, Sasha and Luna are both stunning in their dresses. However, it’s Luna who wins the title of queen. Sasha is furious, and she accuses Luna of cheating. Luna tries to explain, but Sasha doesn’t listen. She storms off, leaving Luna standing alone.
After the ball, Archie and Sky finally talk about their problems. Archie tells Sky that he’s in love with her, and Sky admits that she loves him too. They kiss, and they’re finally together.
- Francine Diaz as Lucille “Luna” Acosta
- Seth Fedelin as Ricardo “Archie” Buenavista
- Andrea Brillantes as Sasha Sandoval
- Kyle Echarri as Nathan Skyler Pineda
- Rhys Miguel as Justin de Dios
- Awra Briguela as Tiffany Santos
- KD Estrada as Clint Torres
- Belle Mariano as Beatrice “Bea” Alonzo
- Jai Jamir as Vince Mendoza
- Chie Filomeno as Lucille’s mother
- Dominic Ochoa as Ricardo’s father
- Aiko Melendez as Sasha’s mother
- John Estrada as Nathan’s father
- Vina Morales as Beatrice’s mother
- Richard Yap as Vince’s father
- Sylvia Sanchez as Principal Santos
- Zanjoe Marudo as Coach Alvarez
Senior High is a Filipino coming-of-age drama television series that airs on ABS-CBN. It follows the lives of a group of senior high school students as they navigate their way through love, friendship, and family. The show is known for its relatable characters and its realistic portrayal of teenage life.