ABS-CBNABS-CBN remained the network of choice of most Filipinos in February as it recorded an average audience share of 46% compared to its rival network GMA’s 33%, according to data from Kantar Media.
The Kapamilya network ruled both rural and urban homes last month, particularly in Metro Manila where it garnered 40% versus GMA’s 28%. It also led the ratings game in Total Luzon as it registered 42% compared to GMA’s 35%, in Total Visayas where it hit 56% while GMA only got 27% and in Total Mindanao where it got 52%, beating GMA’s 31%.
“FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano” (41.2%) still topped the list of most watched programs in February.
It was followed by “Pilipinas Got Talent” (39.6%), which showcases the world-class talents of Pinoys weekly. “MMK” (33.9%) captivated viewers with the inspiring stories of its letter senders.
“TV Patrol” (32.2%) brought relevant news stories to more viewers last month, while “La Luna Sangre” (31.7%) gripped viewers with its thrilling scenes as it approached its finale.
“Wansapanataym” (30.7%) captured audiences nationwide with its valuable lessons. On the other hand, the wildest ending of “Wildflower” (23.3%) kept viewers on the edge of their seats.
Completing the list are “Home Sweetie Home” (23.3%), “The Blood Sisters” (22.7%) and “Rated K” (22.6%).
Meanwhile, ABS-CBN also won across all time blocks, particularly in the prime time block where it recorded an average audience share of 51% compared to GMA’s 31%. The prime time 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. (Story/Photos by: Kane Choa)