Superhero drama “Juan Dela Cruz” topped the list with 33.4%, almost 14 points higher than rival program “Indio” which trailed far behind at 18.6%.
ABS-CBN also dominated weekend TV ratings with drama anthology “Maalaala Mo Kaya,” (29.1%) and “Wansapanataym” (27.4%).
“TV Patrol” remained as the most watched newscast and the only newscast to be in the Top 15 list with 24.2%.
April’s biggest gainer was comedy talk show “Gandang Gabi Vice,” penetrating the Top 15 for the first time with a national TV rating of 21%.
“Minute to Win It,” which recently introduced its edition for kids, returned to the Top 15 with 18.6%, while “Be Careful With My Heart,” currently the country’s highest daytime program with a national TV rating of 24.8%, beat newcomer “The Ryzza Mae Show” that only managed 10.4%.
The other ABS-CBN shows included in the Top 15 are “Ina Kapatid Anak” (32.4%), ”Apoy sa Dagat” (22.4%), “Pilipinas Got Talent” (23.7%), “Kapamilya Deal or No Deal” (18.3%), and “Rated K” (18.1%).
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