The “FPJ Ang Probinsyano” is an ABS-CBN action drama TV series based on the 1997 Fernando Poe Jr’s movie of the same title. Top billing the Primetime King Coco Martin, together with Maja Salvador, Bela Padilla, Arjo Atayde, Jaime Fabregas, Agot Isidro, Albert Martinez, and Ms. Susan Roces.
It started airing last September 28, 2015, and it became the all-time favorite show nationwide. In fact, it bagged the highest rating with a score of 42.9% last October 15, 2015. Which is record-breaking this year. It consistently tops most watched programs nationwide on weekdays.
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What do you think are the reasons why the TV viewers are patronizing this program? Here are the top 10 list why “FPJ Ang Probinsyano” is the most-loved TV series.
10. Identifies Setting
Looking for a good location is a huge challenge for the people producing a TV show. Random ocular visits require history research as well. Perfect location should correspond to the storyline.
The “FPJ Ang Probinsyano” have a right location. One look and you’ll know that it’s all about policemen and the man from the province.
9. Guiding Vision
This TV series has an overarching consciousness or personality that brings the show into balance. For example, it makes you feel your pulse pounding so hard when Coco suddenly stopped in his tracks, eyes moving sideways, feeling the surroundings and making himself ready to fire gun shots, you know you’re watching an FPJ film.
8. Musical Score
Admit it, when the background song makes you feel like you are involved in the TV show, you’ll start to love the program more. The audience can easily determine the emotions in the scene depending on the music playing.
‘Wag Ka Ng Umiyak’ by Gary Valenciano is perfect for “FPJ Ang Probinsyano” because the lyrics itself already speaks of what the story all about.
7. Amazing Cinematography
The motion-picture photography of this TV series is appealing to the eye and stays relevant and unpretentious. It makes you feel like watching a movie every day.
Yes, it is based from the 1997 FPJ film, but the plot changed to make it relevant how we live today. In the original story, Ador (FPJ) was killed in a drug buy bust operation.
In this year’s “FPJ Ang Probinsyano”, the storyline was altered to a current situation that most audiences could identify with – kidnapping.