“FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano” topped list of top 20 most watched programs in the country with an average national TV rating of 37.9% followed by “Your Face Sounds Familiar Kids” (36.8%) and “Wansapanataym” (32.5%)
The Coco Martin-led soap continues to captivate viewers with its action-packed and values-filled episodes that promote crime awareness, “Your Face Sounds Familiar Kids” for providing entertainment that bonds the whole family, and “Wansapataym” for teaching important lessons to its young viewers.
Drama anthology “MMK” (30.7%) continues to touch viewers with its heartwarming and inspiring stories of Filipinos overcoming struggles, while teleseryes “My Dear Heart” (27.4%) and newly launched “Wildflower” (21.5%) show viewers the power of love and how it can conquer hate, fear, or anger in anyone’s heart. Heart (Nayomi Ramos) continues to touch and change the life of cold-hearted and power hungry Dra. Margaret Divinagracia (Coney Reyes) while Ivy’s (Maja Salvador) quest for revenge gets derailed as she grows feelings for the youngest Ardiente, Diego (Joseph Marco).
“My Dear Heart” notably beat GMA’s newest primetime offering “Destined to Be Yours” which only scored an average national TV rating of 19.6%. Its pilot telecast last Monday (Feb 27) generated only 20.2% nationwide while “My Dear Heart” hit 29.1%.
Now defunct hit afternoon series “Doble Kara” (19%) also made the cut as well as other weekend contenders “Home Sweetie Home” (25.1%), “Goin Bulilit” (24.5%), “Rated K” (19.3%), “Ipaglaban Mo” (19.1%), and “It’s Showtime (Saturday)” (18.8%).
“TV Patrol” (30.2%) remains to be the most watched newscast on weekdays and even on weekends with and “TV Patrol Weekend” (18.5%).
Top 20 Most Watched Regularly Airing Programs in February 2017 in National Urban and Rural Homes (Excluding Specials)