ABS-CBN’s weekday and weekend primetime TV programs recorded higher national TV ratings last weekend (June 5-7), according to the latest data from Kantar Media.
ABS-CBN ruled weekend programing with “Maalaala Mo Kaya’s” #MMKLoveAndPower episode topping all shows last Saturday (June 6). It scored a whopping national TV rating of 39.2%, or 17 percentage points higher compared to GMA’s “Magpakailanman” (22.3%).
“Your Face Sounds Familiar” Grand Showdown ended with a national TV rating of 37.6% on Saturday (June 6) and 36.7% on Sunday (June 7). The pilot telecast of “The Voice Kids” Season 2, on the other hand, debuted strongly with 35.4% on Saturday and 36.2% on Sunday.
Inspirational drama series “Nathaniel” scored its highest national TV rating of 37.5% vs. GMA’s “Pari Ko’y” (15.8%).
The debut appearance of Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo in “Pangako Sa’yo,” likewise, marked a new milestone for the series as it reached a national TV rating of 37.2%, compared to its rival “Let the Love Begin” with only 13.8%. It also broke records as the first TV show in the country to generate more than 1.5 million tweets in the microblogging site Twitter.
“Bridges of Love” (23.7%) and “Pasion de Amor” (22.5%), on the other hand, fired up the TV screens of viewers last Friday (June 5) as it won against GMA’s “The Rich Man’s Daughter” (12%) and “My Mother’s Secret” (8.6%), respectively.
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The Company, established 60 years ago, is primarily involved in television and radio broadcasting, as well as in the production of television and radio programming for domestic and international audiences and other related businesses. The Company also owns the leading film and music production and distribution outfit. ABS-CBN brings its content to worldwide audiences via cable, satellite, online and mobile, through its various international subsidiaries and affiliates, and its flagship channel, The Filipino Channel (TFC). The Company is also the first TV network in the country to broadcast in digital. In 2015, it commercially rolled out its digital TV box, ABS-CBN TVplus, to prepare for the country’s switch to digital TV. (TV Series Craze)