‘Ngayon at Kailanman,’ ‘Halik,’ and ‘Meteor Garden’ Boost ABS-CBN’s Ratings in August

ABS-CBN’s TV offerings continue to draw more viewers nationwide as the TV network launched three new top-rating shows and ruled in national TV ratings in August, with an average audience share of 44%, or 12 points higher than GMA’s 32%, according to data from Kantar Media.

The Kapamilya network remained victorious in both urban and rural homes, particularly in Metro Manila where it recorded 41% versus GMA’s 28%. ABS-CBN also ruled in Total Luzon with 40%, compared to GMA’s 36%; in Total Visayas with 51% versus GMA’s 26%; and in Total Mindanao with 52%, beating GMA’s 26%.

Multinational audience measurement provider Kantar Media uses a nationwide panel size of 2,610 urban and rural homes that represent 100% of the total Philippine TV viewing population.

“FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano” (41.7%) once again topped the list of most watched programs, followed by “Your Face Sounds Familiar Kids” (34.8%).

Also part of the top ten list are “TV Patrol” (31.2%), new Kapamilya primetime series “Ngayon at Kailanman” (29.9%), “Bagani” (29.6%), “MMK” (28.4%), “Wansapanataym” (25.7%), “Home Sweetie Home” (24.9%), and “The Blood Sisters” (21.6%).

ABS-CBN also ruled across all timeblocks, particularly in primetime as it scored an average audience share of 48%, or a 16-point lead against GMA’s 32%. The primetime block is the most important time of the day when most Filipinos watch TV and advertisers put a larger chunk of their investments in to reach more consumers effectively.

The Kapamilya network also led the morning block (6 AM to 12 NN) with an average audience share of 41% versus GMA’s 32%; the noontime block (12 NN to 3 PM) with 43%, compared to GMA’s 33%; and the afternoon block (3 PM to 6 PM) with 43%, beating GMA’s 36%.

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    Keir Starmer became his district attorney in chief at PMQs, Johnson’s unease with close curious about has become all too palpable (Though we shouldn’t forget it was during a Foreign Affairs Committee hearing that he blundered into recommending Nazanin Zaghari Radclliffe was a British spy). His bluster and obfuscation was once again in evidence as dismissed doubts about Cummings’ “autobiography” plus “Exegesis” Of his actions.

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    David Jamieson said officers had seen rule breakers fill in “when it is OK for Cummings, It is OK for my family, West Midlands police and crime commissioner David Jamieson said officers had seen rule breakers tell them “if OK for Cummings, It is OK right now, But I do think the public will observe the test and trace rules, Not least since the system will be seen as the NHS, Not government entities, Telling people what you should do.

    the actual, While some say that the Cummings affair means now is the worst time to be launching a new system that has quarantine at its heart, One can argue that it is actually the best time politically. then why? Because we aren’t in the peak of the pandemic, Rules happen to be loosened and are due to loosen further, On a national level. The PM hinted today he might even relax the 2m rule to 1m, Allowing more travel and more online. Hancock even talked about people getting their haircut again. If so many people are allowed to see extended family again, The few forced to quarantine may get drowned out by the wider sense of relief.

    crucially, The test and trace scheme does not rely on many of us complying because its very nature is meant to deal with a situation when cases are low and flare ups are rare and localised. Johnson was to be able to say only a “tiny, Tiny community” would have to suffer the hardship of a 14 day self isolation. And with high public concurrence generally, That means even a few refuseniks won’t ruin the whole thing.

    there are doubts about elements of the test and trace scheme, Not least the sense its launch date is as arbitrary as the June 1 timetable for school reopening. NHS chiefs feared today that local councils haven’t been given enough time to engage with it and the NHS App is still not ready. Even the PM admitted tomorrow only agreed to be a first step, And the system would be “Getting continuously better” towards “turn into truly world beating” livingston.

    manley did issue a ‘sorry, Not sorry’ apology of Cummings. He had to be “Deeply sorry for all the pain and hurt and anxiety” attributed to the lockdown, But have been no regrets over his own liaisons dangereuses with an aide who breaks the rules. Yet on the wider question of personal burden, He did say something very notable (And unusually well prepared) About who was critical to the UK’s huge death toll from Covid 19.

    Jeremy seek out: “I think the brutal reality is this country didn’t learn the lessons of Sars [Severe Acute respiratory Syndrome] and also Mers [Middle Eastern breathing Syndrome] And we didn’t have a test operation good to go on the scale that we needed, That sounded right out of the Trump playbook of blaming your predecessors for your overall crisis (Blair what food was in power during SARS and Cameron during MERS). It may even are usually a dig at Hunt himself, Who was health secretary after all manage.

    Nicola Sturgeon confirmed today Scotland would have one) Because he has already started mapping out the case for the defence. He will also be set to blame scientists around him who some believe stuck to groupthink about lockdown timings (Cummings hinted darkly at this on Monday). He could also be set to blame scientists around him who some believe stuck to groupthink about lockdown timings (Cummings hinted darkly around this on Monday). yes, everybody’s fault but mine.

    In some tips, It’s obvious the UK was unprepared for this pandemic and that stretches back years. but of course, Johnson can’t really escape the truth that the crisis happened on his watch. He had been PM for seven months when the corona storm hit landfall in Europe. more than anything, Today’s dig at his predecessors established that he and his No.10 team prefer politics distancing to social distancing.

    Can he distance himself again from the past decade of a rule by a Tory party and govt of which he was a member? That trick worked in the last election, But towards work now. The public may even think it is his ‘civic duty’ to finally accept dependability.

    Quote in the course of”i’m not certain, at this point, That an inquiry into that matter is a very good use of official time.

    Matt Hancock said the NHS Test and Trace scheme would go live at 9am on thurs night. He also announced that all ages including children under five years old will now qualify for coronavirus tests.

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