“Juan Dela Cruz” is the most watched TV show in the Philippines

By: ABS-CBN Corp. Comm.July 19, 2013 12:03AM

ABS-CBN’s hit superhero primetime series “Juan dela Cruz” starring Teleserye King Coco Martin continues to lead in the latest nationwide TV ratings, making it as the most watched TV program in the country. 

Based on the latest data last Wednesday (July 17) from Kantar Media that uses a nationwide panel size of 2,609 urban and rural homes that represent 100% of the total Philippine TV viewing population, "Juan dela Cruz" continues to rule primetime TV with an impressive national TV ratings of 35.9%, or 14 points higher than its rival program “Anna Karenina,” which GMA claims to be 'dominating its time slot.'
                                         
Meanwhile, ABS-CBN's newest teleserye "Muling Buksan Ang Puso” enjoyed high viewership as the second most-watched TV program with a 29.6% national TV ratings contrary to claims that GMA’s “Mundo Mo'y Akin” is the ‘most-watched drama series on primetime.’ Based on data from Kantar Media, "Mundo Mo'y Akin" lagged behind "Muling  Buksan Ang Puso" by as much as 8 points.
                                          

Likewise, the fast-paced Kapamilya drama “Huwag Ka Lang Mawawala” topbilled Pinoy Soap Opera Queen Judy Ann Santos, has kept its loyal viewers on the edge of their seats as it still ruled its timeslot with 21.9% national TV ratings. Its rival “My Husband's Lover” continues to lose steam and rated only 16.5% despite claims that it has more viewers.

Apart from its winning drama series, ABS-CBN's flagship TV newscast "TV Patrol" remains to be the most-watched news program in the country.  "TV Patrol" became the third most-watched TV program with a national TV rating of 28.8% or 10 points higher than “24 Oras” (18.7%).


Family drama series “Annaliza,” topbilled by fast-rising Kapamilya child star Andrea Brillantes, and hit Koreanovela “That Winter The Wind Blows” continue to charm more TV viewers as proven by the recent national TV ratings. “Annaliza” ruled its timeslot with 18.5%, beating its rival show “Home Sweet Home” that only scored 11.2%. While, the Kapamilya Koreanovela won with 9.9%, trouncing GMA’s “Padam Padam The Music of Their Hearts,” which only got 7.2%.

Don’t miss “Annaliza,” “TV Patrol,”  “Juan dela Cruz,” “Muling Buksan Ang Puso,” “Huwag Ka Lang Mawawala” and “That Winter The Wind Blows,” weeknights, on ABS-CBN Primetime Bida.

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