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‘It’s Showtime’ keeps noontime lead; ‘Starla,’ ‘The Gift’ adjust down

Kantar Media covers ratings coming from Urban and Rural areas in the Philippines.

Anne Curtis’ pregnancy announcement on “It’s Showtime” yesterday (November 11) fueled the noontime variety show to a 15.9% rating, as “Eat Bulaga” only got 10.2%.

“Kadenang Ginto” kept its firm grip on its timeslot, logging 20% on Monday (November 11), while “Prima Donnas” recorded only 15.4%.

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“Starla” continued to shine brightly as it garnered 26.8%, beating “The Gift,” which registered 12.7% on Monday (November 11).

November 11, 2019 – Monday

O Shopping (0.5%) / Maniwala Ka Kaya Mo Mission Possible (Replay) (0.8%) vs. “Reporter’s Notebook (Replay) ‘Sembreak'” (1.0%) / Kape’t Pandasal (0.6%)
Umagang Kay Ganda (4.8%) vs. Unang Hirit (3.8%)
Magandang Buhay (5.8%) vs. Pokemon The Series Sun & Moon (3.8%) / Fairytail (3.6%) / Mars Pa More (3.0%)
“Kapamilya Blockbusters ‘Who Am I?'” (11.2%) vs. “Kapuso Movie Festival ‘Men In Black 3′” (5.8%)
I Have A Lover (15.8%) vs. Wagas (6.5%)
It’s Showtime (15.9%) vs. Eat… Bulaga! (10.2%) / Magkaagaw (11.9%)
Kadenang Ginto (20.0%) vs. Prima Donnas (15.4%)
Sandugo (15.8%) vs. Madrasta (11.1%)
100 Days My Prince (15.5%) / Pamilya Ko (21.6%) vs. Wowowin (16.3%)
TV Patrol (29.3%) vs. 24 Oras (19.6%) vs. Aksyon (2.2%)
FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano (34.5%) vs. Beautiful Justice (14.1%) vs. Primetime Megahits (3.7%)
Starla (26.8%) vs. The Gift (12.7%) vs. Primetime Megahits (4.1%)
The Killer Bride (14.9%) vs. One Of The Baes (10.9%)
Code Name: Terrius (8.7%) vs. Sky Castle (4.5%) vs. One Balita Pilipinas (1.7%) / Wag Po (0.3%)
Tonight With Boy Abunda (4.7%) vs. Saksi Liga Ng Katotohanan (2.5%)
Bandila (2.8%) vs. “Front Row ‘Scooter Boy'” (2.1%)
Maniwala Ka Kaya Mo Mission Possible (Replay) (1.6%) / O Shopping (0.8%) vs. The 700 Club Asia (1.0%)

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


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