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‘Marry Me, Marry You’ continues to earn praises from viewers, goes up in its ratings

The romantic comedy series, which premiered on September 13, is slowly getting the attention of netizens and TV viewers. It immediately trended online because of its tear-jerking scenes.

As it gained praise from viewers, the ABS-CBN series Marry Me, Marry You continues its way to the top!

The romantic comedy series, which premiered on September 13, is slowly getting the attention of netizens and TV viewers. It immediately trended online because of its tear-jerking scenes.

During its pilot telecast, the series earned a 3.9% rating, ranking 15th in the chart released by AGB Nielsen. As of writing, the show had about 200k to 400k views on YouTube.

On September 14, the show climbed up to the 14th spot with a 4.6% rating. In terms of online views, it had about 180k to 290k views on YouTube.

The show again climbed higher with a 5.0% rating on September 15. Its online views, it managed to have about 180k to 230k views on YouTube.

On September 16, it failed it maintain its previous rating, but it still earned a considerably high rating of 4.3%.

Marry Me, Marry You revolves around the importance of families and love for a couple.

On its pilot episode, the mother-and-daughter scene of Janine Gutierrez and Lotlot De Leon captured the viewers’ hearts.

The charming chemistry of Paulo Avelino and Gutierrez is evident in its first few episodes.

Netizens also applaud Sunshine Dizon for her versatility as an actress. In one scene, Dizon was able to portray three emotions, proving her exceptional acting prowess.



Marry Me, Marry You stars also Edu Manzano, Cherry Pie Picache, Vina Morales, Teresa Loyzaga, Jake Ejercito, Lito Pimentel, Joko Diaz, and Jet Pangan. It is directed by Dwein Baltazar and Jojo Saguin.

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