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‘Sino Ang May Sala? Mea Culpa’ ends on a high note; ABS-CBN secures Top 5 most-watched TV programs nationwide

“Sino Ang May Sala?” ended its run on national television on a high note with 25.1% on Friday (August 9).

“It’s Showtime” on Friday (August 9) recorded 18.7%, beating “Eat Bulaga’s” 13.3%.


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August 9, 2019 – Friday

O Shopping (0.4%) / Kape’t Pandasal (0.6%) / “Nofilter (Replay) ‘Tao Po'” (1.0%) vs. Born To Be Wild (Replay) (1.6%)
Umagang Kay Ganda (6.0%) vs. Unang Hirit (5.7%)
Magandang Buhay (7.4%) vs. Fairytail (5.3%) / Jackie Chan Adventures (5.4%) / Mars Pa More (4.9%) / Aladdin You Would’ve Heard The Name (5.8%)
“Kapamilya Blockbusters ‘Ninja Apocalypse'” (11.3%) vs. “U-Prince Series ‘The Gentle Vet'” (5.2%)
Nang Ngumiti Ang Langit (16.0%) vs. “Kapuso Movie Festival ‘Men In Black'” (8.9%)
It’s Showtime (18.7%) vs. Eat… Bulaga! (13.3%) / Hanggang Sa Dulo Ng Buhay Ko (14.4%) / Bihag (17.6%)
Kadenang Ginto (23.3%) vs. Dahil Sa Pag-Ibig (13.6%)
Precious Hearts Romances Presents Los Bastardos (16.9%) / Gangnam Beauty (15.1%) / Minute To Win It Last Tandem Standing (21.7%) vs. Wowowin (15.3%) vs. Aksyon (2.2%)
TV Patrol (27.3%) vs. 24 Oras (20.9%) vs. 2019 Pba Commissioner’s Cup Finals (Live) (7.2%)
FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano (34.2%) vs. Sahaya (18.2%)
The General’s Daughter (28.9%) vs. The Better Woman (14.0%)
Sino Ang May Sala? (25.1%) vs. Love You Two (11.0%) vs. Sports Center Philippines (1.3%) / The Big Story (0.3%)
Encounter (10.3%) / Tonight With Boy Abunda (5.6%) vs. Bubble Gang (8.4%) vs. Agenda (0.1%)
Bandila (3.5%) vs. Saksi Liga Ng Katotohanan (3.7%) vs. Nine For Ix (0.2%)
Local Legends (2.2%) / O Shopping (1.0%) vs. The 700 Club Asia (1.3%) vs. 30 For 30 (0.1%)

Top 20 programs and comparative TV ratings nationwide (Urban + Rural):

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