- Twitter has released the most tweeted entertainment icons in different categorued for the first three months of 2019
- The lists are composed of programs and personalities from ABS-CBN and GMA
- Twitter has rated them based on the engagement of their respective hashtags
The Philippine entertainment scene always keeps Twitter buzzing, with Tweeps, not only from the Philippines but all over the world, talking about their favorite celebrities, their beloved loveteams or seryes they love to watch. Being the preferred platform for updates on the entertainment industry, Twitter releases the most talked-about and engaged entertainment icons in different categories for the first three months of 2019 so one can keep track of #WhatsHappening.
1. Daddy’s Gurl
Wherever Maine goes, Tweeps follow. #DaddysGurl isn’t an exception as the sitcom continues to trend regularly on Twitter with hashtags such as #DaddysGurlFirstCrush and #DaddysGurlBlindDate. Banking on Vic Sotto’s seasoned comedic chops and Maine’s natural wit, this show will definitely enjoy more time here in the top list.
Ending just last March 22, PlayHouse became a daytime television hit because of the kilig that viewers felt while watching the show. #PlayHouseFinallyHome, the show’s official hashtag for the finale, became a top trending topic as it aired, with fans expressing how much they will miss the show.
3. The General’s Daughter
Top-billed by Angel Locsin, The General’s Daughter never fails to make it to the top trending list. After years of being on hold and when it finally aired, the action-packed show earned the title as the “biggest teleserye of 2019” dominating the Twitter trends with such hashtags as #TGDWanted and #TGDImpormasyon.
4. TODA One I Love
#TODAOneILove is not your typical TV show. Starring Kylie Padilla and Ruru Madrid, it dwells on political culture but with a kilig and comedic twist, winning the hearts of many Tweeps. Though it will end on April 17, fans expressed their wish to extend the show along with #TODAProtesta.
Onanay’s stellar lineup and production team made it one of the most sought-after shows in the Kapuso network. Lead by veterans Nora Aunor and Cherie Gil, Onanay’s touching story about a mother’s love tugged the heartstrings of Tweeps all over the country.