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‘The Boobay And Tekla Show’ widens gap versus ‘Gandang Gabi Vice’ on third episode

  • LizQuen’s relationship of two years failed to help GGV’s ratings
  • Marian Rivera’s guesting helped ‘The Boobay and Tekla Show’ gain more viewers on a Sunday late evening timeslot
  • ‘The Boobay And Tekla Show’ proved a threat to Vice Ganda’s talk show of almost 8 years

GMA Nework’s newest comedy talk show, ‘The Boobay and Tekla Show’ (TBATS), already poses a threat to Vice Ganda’s late-night talk show ‘Gandang Gabi Vice’ (GGV) that has been airing for almost 8 years now. Since it’s pilot episode (January 27), ‘TBATS’ has been getting positive reviews and feedback from its viewers and gained more in TV ratings on its third episode.

‘GGV’s’ highlight was Liza Soberano and Enrique Gil’s relationship of two years and their prank, while ‘TBATS’s’ guest was Marian Rivera.

From just having 0.4% advantage versus the rival show, ‘TBATS’ is now enjoying a widened gap of 2.0% based on the overnight ratings released by NUTAM on February 10. Meanwhile in Kantar Media, it’s still being ruled by ‘GGV’ with 2.8% advantage last January 27, now with only 2.1% gap.

After the online success of ‘The Boobay and Tekla Show,’ its viewers were also able to watch the improved version on TV and the show’s viewers grew more from its pilot episode to the recent third episode. This only shows that ‘The Boobay and Tekla Show’ successfully delivered their comedy show to the netizens, as they continuously gain positive feedback from their viewers. This is one of the Kapuso network’s Sunday late-night favorite shows.


‘The Boobay and Tekla Show’ (TBATS) continued to get higher ratings in NUTAM versus Vice Ganda’s ‘Gandang Gabi Vice.’ The comedy show hosted by Boobay and Tekla received 5.8% while ‘GGV’ only got 3.8%.

Kantar Media

‘GGV’ emerged as the preferred comedy-talk show on Sunday (February 10) as it registered a national TV rating of 9.5% versus ‘TBATS’s’ 7.4%.

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