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“Sunday PinaSaya” achieves highest rating since debut

GMA Network’s weekend noontime show, Sunday PinaSaya, is now on its second season. The comedy show has been hitting headlines recently. Yes, it is now one of the popular shows on Sundays. And their rating is at its highest so far.

According to GMA Network, Sunday PinaSaya’s ratings as of November 8 are 10.3 (NUTAM) and 25.7 (Mega Manila).

GMA Rating

Eat Bulaga’s top comedians, Wally Bayola and Jose Manalo, are part of Sunday PinaSaya. And according to some netizens, the show’s success is also because of the Pambansang Bae Alden Richards, who is also part of the show. From Eat Bulaga’s audience to Sunday PinaSaya’s, Alden Richards never fails to make all of them jump on their seats whenever he comes out of the stage.

Another segment that people are watching closely for is Chuchay and Boobsie’s, who are played by Gladys Guevarra and Boobsie respectively. The noontime show gives non-stop laughter every Sunday afternoon where usually, some people don’t have anything to do but be entertained by noontime shows.

GMA Sunday PinaSaya
(c) from Sunday PinaSaya official Facebook fan page account

Also, one of the things that makes Sunday PinaSaya exciting to watch for is their portion with Wally Bayola where different veteran actors guest at his segment where he teaches acting. This just makes the show overload with a variety of celebrities in one full entertainment show.

GMA Network Sunday PinaSaya
(c) from Sunday PinaSaya Official Facebook fan page account

If you have noticed that TV shows on Sundays are not well-thought of, this may be because TV networks feel that not a lot of people watch TV on a Sunday. But the ratings of Sunday PinaSaya seem to have changed this tradition that TV networks have believed in for the last few decades.

Sunday PinaSaya is an innovative and creative show on Sundays and that makes it interesting to watch. Obviously, many viewers feel the same way and so they now make it their Sunday noontime habit to watch the show.


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