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‘KMJS’ tops weekly ratings; ‘Starla’ overtakes ‘FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano’

NUTAM only gets their data from selected urban areas in the Philippines.

  • KMJS topped overall rankings for the first week of 2020.
  • Starla edged out FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano in overall weekly rankings.

Kapuso magazine show Kapuso Mo Jessica Soho started the year with a bang after claiming the top spot in the weekly ratings board.

In the latest data from AGB Nielsen NUTAM People survey for the period of December 30 to January 5, 2020, KMJS ranked number one overall with ratings of 17.1%.



Last Sunday’s episode on KMJS featured the story of a child who died and was allegedly resurrected. But it turned out to be false so the family had no choice but to bury her again.

Part of the story also was the inspiring journey of Jayvee Badile from rags to riches. The show also tackled the viral dance craze “Tala” and how it became the nation’s current anthem.

Following KMJS in the number 2 spot is the drama Starla making it the most-watched weekday program for that week.

Starla overtook long-time leader and fellow Kapamilya teleserye FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano.

The Judy Ann Santos-led teleserye scored 12.2%, 0.2% higher that the number 3 program FPJ’s Ang Probinsyno with 12.0%.

With Starla‘s number 2 position it easily edged out timeslot rival The Gift which settled in the number 14 position with 8.4%.

FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano‘s rival Beautiful Justice, on the other hand, ranked 19th with 8.0%

Meanwhile completing the top 5 are Daig Kayo Ng Lola Ko and Magpakailanman which are tied in 4th with 11.7% and Daddy’s Gurl in number 5 with 11.3%.

Below is the complete list of Top 30 Programs for the week of December 30 to January 5, 2020.

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Written by Ron Mia

A frustrated journalist who finds the realization of that dream through blogging. Writes about politics, entertainment, sports and personal stuffs. The writer behind the blog site NiteWriter.

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