Kantar Media National TV Ratings (July 19-21, 2013) – “Maalaala Mo Kaya” and “The Voice of the Philippines” maintain lead in the Top 20 programs last Saturday and Sunday, respectively.
Here are the Top 20 programs and comparative TV ratings nationwide (Rural + Urban) from July 19 to 21, 2013 according to Kantar Media:
July 19, 2013 – Friday:
Kape’t Pandasal (0.1%) / Matanglawin (Replay) (0.8%) vs. Wish Ko Lang Replay (1.4%)
Umagang Kay Ganda (4.7%) vs. Unang Hirit (4.6%)
Kris Tv (6.7%) vs. Doraemon (7.8%) / Mojacko! (8.3%) / Chibi Maruko-Chan (8.3%)
Yakitate!! Japan (6.7%) vs. Bleach (7.4%)
Kuroko’s Basketball (6.4%) vs. Ghost Fighter (7.9%)
Naruto Shippuuden (7.4%) vs. Kusina Master Sikreto Ng Experto (5.7%)
Love Rain (11.5%) vs. With A Smile (5.1%)
Minute To Win It (14.5%) vs. Unexpected You (6.4%)
Be Careful With My Heart (23.0%) vs. The Ryzza Mae Show (11.3%)
It’s Showtime (11.3%) vs. Eat… Bulaga! (14.3%) / Mga Basang Sisiw (11.4%) vs. Wowowillie (3.4%)
My Little Juan (10.6%) vs. Maghihintay Pa Rin (10.0%)
Dugong Buhay (10.7%) vs. Kakambal Ni Eliana (11.0%)
Hiwaga (9.3%) / Absolute Boyfriend (12.3%) vs. My Daughter Seoyoung (9.3%)
Annaliza (20.4%) vs. Home Sweet Home (11.4%)
Tv Patrol (28.1%) vs. 24 Oras (20.2%) vs. Cassandra Warrior Angel (4.6%) / Undercover (3.9%)
Juan Dela Cruz (36.2%) vs. Anna Karenina (23.8%) vs. Misibis Bay (3.4%)
Muling Buksan Ang Puso (28.4%) vs. Mundo Mo’y Akin (24.7%) vs. Sine Ko 5ingko Prime (6.0%)
Huwag Ka Lang Mawawala (23.1%) / That Winter The Wind Blows (10.0%) vs. My Husband’s Lover (17.1%)
Bandila (3.5%) vs. Bubble Gang (9.9%) vs. Pilipinas News (2.1%) / Reaksyon Kasama Si Luchi Cruz-Valdes (0.8%) / Ang Latest Up Late (0.4%)
Banana Nite (1.9%) vs. Saksi Liga Ng Katotohanan (3.7%) / Tim Yap Show (1.5%) vs. The Medyo Latenight Show With Jojo A. (0.1%)
July 20, 2013 – Saturday
Sa Kabukiran (0.9%) vs. Adyenda (0.9%) / Kapwa Ko Mahal Ko (1.3%)
Salamat Dok (2.7%) vs. Pinoy Md Mga Doktor Ng Bayan (3.6%)
Kabuhayang Swak Na Swak (3.1%) vs. Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated (8.0%)
Honey Watch Out (2.7%) vs. Super Book (10.8%)
Why Not? (3.7%) vs. Tamagotchi! (10.3%)
Nihao Kai-Lan (4.6%) vs. Pororo (10.7%)
The Legend of Korra (5.3%) vs. The Jollitown Kids Show (10.5%)
Kung Fu Panda Legends of Awesomeness (6.7%) vs. Tropang Potchi (8.1%)
Spongebob Squarepants (8.1%) / Promil Pre-School I Shine Talent Camp 2 (6.3%) vs. Sarap Diva (6.6%)
Be Careful With My Heart Sabado Rewind (8.8%) vs. Maynila (Larawan Ng Bansa) (9.3%)
It’s Showtime (11.7%) vs. Eat… Bulaga! (16.2%) vs. Wowowillie (4.2%)
Showbiz Inside Report (7.3%) vs. Startalk (7.1%)
S.O.C.O. (A Scene of The Crime Operatives) (9.4%) / Failon Ngayon (8.8%) vs. Wish Ko Lang! (8.9%)
Tv Patrol Weekend (11.9%) vs. 24 Oras Weekend (9.7%)
Kapamilya Deal or No Deal (18.8%) vs. One Day Isang Araw (13.2%)
Wansapanataym (31.9%) vs. Vampire Ang Daddy Ko (17.5%) vs. Tropang Kulit (3.2%)
MMK Ang Tahanan Mo (35.3%) vs. Magpakailanman (21.2%) vs. Hayop Sa Galing (4.3%)
The Voice of The Philippines (28.7%) vs. Celebrity Bluff (14.0%) vs. Philpop 2013 (2.2%)
Toda Max (10.5%) / Banana Split Extra Scoop (5.2%) vs. Kapuso Movie Night (8.0%) / Pilipinas News (0.7%)
The Bottom Line With Boy Abunda (1.9%) vs. Tunay Na Buhay (4.3%)
Sports Unlimited (0.7%) vs. Walang Tulugan With Master Showman (1.0%)
July 21, 2013 – Sunday
The Healing Eucharist (6.3%) vs. In Touch (1.4%)
Kabuhayang Swak Na Swak (5.5%) vs. Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated (5.7%)
Salamat Dok (4.0%) vs. Super Book (9.3%) / Cinderella (9.7%) / Pororo (9.5%)
The Super Hero Squad Show (5.2%) vs. Toriko (8.9%)
Marvel Ultimate Spider-Man (5.2%) / San Miguel Purefoods Kwentong Kusina Kwentong Buhay (4.4%) vs. Aha (9.1%)
Matanglawin (7.7%) vs. Born Impact Born To Be Wild Weekend Edition (9.0%)
Wall-E (12.2%) vs. Kapuso Movie Festival ‘Marley & Me’ (12.5%)
ASAP 18 (12.3%) vs. Sunday All Stars (10.0%) / GMA Blockbusters ‘OUIJA’ (11.2%)
Luv U (10.4%)
The Buzz (10.3%) vs. GMA Blockbusters ‘Alvin And The Chipmunks The Squeakquel’ (14.2%) / I Bilib Featuring: Is It Possible? (10.1%) / 24 Oras Weekend (8.9%)
TV Patrol Weekend (17.7%) vs. Kap’s Amazing Stories (13.7%)
Goin’ Bulilit (22.7%) vs. Pepito Manaloto Ang Tunay Na Kuwento (22.7%) vs. Istorifik Pidol’s Kuwentong Fantastik (4.0%)
Rated K Handa Na Ba Kayo? (27.5%) / The Voice of The Philippines (27.8%) vs. Kapuso Mo Jessica Soho (21.5%) vs. Talentadong Pinoy (5.0%) / Sine Ko 5ingko Prime (Linggo) (5.3%)
Gandang Gabi Vice (16.1%) vs. Imbestigador (13.6%) vs. Pilipinas News (1.3%)
Sunday’s Best ‘Cheche Lazaro Presents Pantawid Sa Daang Matuwid’ (2.5%) vs. Sunday Night Box Office ‘Death Race 2′ (11.0%) vs. Misibis Bay (0.7%)
Source: Kantar Media
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It was indeed one of the kilig presscons I attended last night at Dolphy theater. Two of ABS-CBN’s newest ‘Primetime Idols’ and Philippine showbiz’s reigning ‘Teen Queen and King’–Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla–are set to make their grand return on primetime TV via ABS-CBN’s most romantic series of 2013 titled “Got To Believe,” directed by box-office director Cathy Garcia-Molina.
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I dont know why but Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo make it effortlessly turned our faces smile everytime they tease each other. This kind of kilig is different. Its like having Rico-Claudine or Jericho-Tin back in the days. Here there are now. After ruling the hearts of viewers as Princess Areeyah and Gino in the royal teleserye “Princess And I” and as Patchot and Ivan in their launching movie under Star Cinema”Must Be… Love,” Kathryn and Daniel will continue to charm the whole country in “Got To Believe,” wherein Daniel plays the the rich kid, spoiled ‘prince,’ Joaquin, while Kathryn plays Chichay, a simple girl with big dreams for her family.
Also part of the “cast are Manilyn Reynes, Benjie Paras, Ian Veneracion and Carmina Villarroel.
Join Chichay and Joaquin as they embark into the “real world.” Will Chichay’s “never say die” motto be enough for her to reach all her dreams? What will turn Joaquin’s world upside down and make him realize that despite his wealth, he needs “magic” to make his life complete?
Witness the magic of love in the romantic TV series “Got To Believe,” to premiere this July in ABS-CBN Primetime Bida.
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After moving his family back to his hometown to be with his friends and their kids, Lenny (Adam Sandler), finds out that between old bullies, new bullies, schizo bus drivers, drunk cops on skis, and 400 costumed party crashers — sometimes crazy follows you.
Columbia Pictures presents the new comedy “Grown Ups 2” starring Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Chris Rock, David Spade, Salma Hayek, Maya Rudolph, Maria Bello, and Nick Swardson. Directed by Dennis Dugan, the film is produced by Sandler and Jack Giarraputo.
Sandler’s most successful comedy in his long career, the 2010 film “Grown Ups” took the box office by storm as audiences laughed their way to more than $ 260 million worldwide. Remarkably for a comedy star, Sandler has proven equally popular at home and abroad – the film took in over $ 100 million overseas.
So, after more than ten years of blockbuster comedies, Sandler is doing something he’s never done before: a sequel. Director Dennis Dugan, who helms his eighth Sandler film with “Grown Ups 2,” says that there are several reasons why the time is right.
“It was just exciting to bring everybody back together,” Dugan says. “All the characters and relationships were so rich and funny, we knew there were lots more stories to be told. It’s like visiting old friends.”
For Chris Rock, re-teaming with his fellow funnymen meant the chance to be an especially funny movie. “It’s a playful competition,” he shares. “I wanted to be funnier than Spade, Spade wants to be funnier than Kevin, and Kevin wants to be funnier than Adam. You just can’t help it, if you’re a comedian. But the positive side is that I think we really do make each other funnier.”
Opening across the Philippines on July 24, “Grown Ups 2” is distributed by Columbia Pictures, local office of Sony Pictures Releasing International. Visit http://www.columbiapictures.com.ph to see the latest trailers, get free downloads and play free movie games.
This July, YES! Magazine pays a visit to one of the best actresses and brightest stars of her generation—Bea Alonzo—in her brand new home located in an exclusive subdivision in Quezon City.
Bea, who is also one of the few celebrities who are able to keep their private life really private, opens the doors of her three-storey sanctuary that took almost a year to build and decorate, in the style of what her interior designer calls “urban Asian glam.”
She also opens up about her father whom she has not met; her early struggles in showbiz; her perennial love team partner John Lloyd Cruz; her first boyfriend, Mico Palanca; her whirlwind romance with Gerald Anderson; and her current love, Zanjoe Marudo.
She reveals that being guarded at the start of her career was her own decision, and it’s again her own decision to open up. “Ayokong magpakilala sa tao—that was my decision, and wala kayong alam sa tungkol sa ’kin. Now it’s my decision to open up. It’s always your choice,” she points out.
The 25-year-old mestiza beauty describes her foreigner father as “the missing puzzle in my life” and John Lloyd as “talagang magaling magpakilig.”
Find out from Bea herself if her favorite leading man attempted to court her.
Also, her recollections of her two failed romances: “A, unang-una, kami ni Mico, hindi talaga kami magkaintindihan,” she says of her first boyfriend.
As for Gerald, she clarifies, “The breakup happened before we went to London.”
She adds, “Parang there was an agreement between us na we were going to act as a couple in London. But after, wala nang talk. Para masaya ’yong last moments namin together. Kasi hindi pa puwede talaga. You and me against the world ang drama. Hindi ko kaya. Hindi ko talaga kaya.”
Bea also looks back at her first meeting with her boyfriend of two years, Zanjoe Marudo.
“Tingin ko sa kanya? Wala, wala lang akong interes na alamin, parang gano’n. Pero alam mo, kasi naririnig ko ibang mga friends niya, na cool siyang tao, na cool siyang kasama.”
And how they became friends and ultimately, lovers: “Nanliligaw naman siya talaga, in fairness naman sa kanya. Pero hindi ’yong moment na ’yong ‘I love you, do you love me?’ Walang gano’n.”
The July issue of YES! magazine also delves into the controversies involving international singing sensation Charice Pempengco, who grants a sit-down interview, as well as box-office comedy star Ai-Ai delas Alas and her husband Jed Salang. Plus, Elmo Magalona’s profile in the Pogi Series.
Be in the know on the latest showbiz updates and happenings when you grab a copy of YES! magazine, now available in newsstands, bookstores, and supermarkets nationwide for only P 100. A digital edition of YES! is also available for international subscribers. For subscription details, visit
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