Abs-cbn is still the most watched network in the country for relevant news and values-laden stories in November after it garnered an average audience share of 46%, or 12 points higher versus GMA’s 34%, according to data from Kantar Media.
The Kapamilya network beat its rival network in every part of the country, particularly in Mega Manila where it scored an average audience share of 37% compared to GMA’s 34%, and in Metro Manila where it registered 41% versus GMA’s 27%.
ABS-CBN hooked viewers in Total Luzon as it hit 44%, with GMA registering only 35%; in Total Visayas as it recorded 54% compared to GMA’s 27%; and in Total Minadanao where it garnered 49%, beating GMA’s 34%.
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” (41.1%) ruled the list of the most watched programs in November. “La Luna Sangre”(33.8%), on the other hand, impressed audiences with the confrontation scene between Malia (Kathtyn Bernardo) and Jacintha (Angel Locsin).
“TV Patrol” (33.7%) is still the most watched newscast in the country, while “Little Big Shots”recorded 30.2%.
“Wansapanataym Presents: Jasmin’s Flower Powers” (29.8%), which premiered in November, instantly charmed viewers. “MMK 25” (27.1%) remained a source of inspiration through the real-life experiences of its letter senders.
“Wildflower” (25.5%) kept audiences on the edge of their seats as the face-off between Lily Cruz (Maja Salvador) and Helena Montoya (Zsa Zsa Padilla) continues to intensify.
Also part of the list are “Home Sweetie Home”(25.3%) and “Goin’Bulilit” (23.4%).
Meanwhile, ABS-CBN ruled across all time blocks, particularly in prime time where the Kapamilya network recorded an average audience share of 51%, or 19 points higher compared to GMA’s 32%.
ABS-CBN also ruled the morning block with an average audience share of 41% compared to GMA’s 31%; the noontime block with 47%, beating GMA’s 34%; and the afternoon block with 42%, while GMA only got 40%. (Story/Photos by: Kane Choa)