(Clockwise) Willie Revillame makes a comeback in Wil Time Bigtime; Kylie Padilla stars in her first afternoon soap Blusang Itim; Coco Martin topbills Minsan Lang Kita iibigin; Kathryn Bernardo of Mara Clara; and Louise delos Reyes says goodbye to Alakdana.

Photo: Sany Chua / GMA-7 / ABS-CBN

PEOPLE RATINGS. Weekend viewing became more interesting with the premiere of Willie Revillame's new game-variety show Wil Time Bigtime and the return of Vic Sotto's quiz show Who Wants To Be A Millionaire. Both shows are aired on TV5.

Willie's show, which replaced Willing Willie, posted a rating of 9.1 percent in its pilot episode last May 14, Saturday, to rank fourth in the primetime race.

The following night, May 15, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire returned with a modest 6.8 percent, to rank sixth in the primetime race.

Two Kapuso shows topped the Saturday and Sunday primetime viewing—Kapuso Mo Jessica Soho (10.9 percent) and Kap's Amazing Stories (9 percent), respectively.

In the daytime race, Eat Bulaga! (GMA-7) topped the ratings last Saturday and 100 Days To Heaven (ABS-CBN) marathon took the lead Sunday.

The finals of the third season of Showtime generated 9.2 percent to place second behind Eat Bulaga! at 10.3 percent.

Eat Bulaga! also maintained its lead last Friday (May 13) and Monday (May 16) in the daytime race.

Meanwhile, Mara Clara took the top spot in the primetime race Friday, but Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin managed to grab the lead Monday.

GMA-7 afternoon soap Alakdana aired its last episode last Friday with 7.7 percent to rank third.

Alakdana was replaced by Blusang Itim which debuted at No. 5 with 6.9 percent.

Here are the comparative People Ratings of ABS-CBN, TV5, and GMA-7 programs based on overnight ratings of AGB Nielsen Phils. among Mega Manila households from May 13 to 16: Click here to view the ratings

HOUSEHOLD RATINGS. While Eat Bulaga! comfortably leads the daytime race, the battle for the top spot in primetime gets tougher with Mara Clara and Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin occupying the top spot Friday and Monday, respectively.

Saturday and Sunday primetime were ruled by Pilipinas Got Talent and Kap's Amazing Stories.

The 100 Days To Heaven marathon last Sunday topped the daytime race, closely followed by ASAP Rocks. Both shows are from ABS-CBN.

Kapuso afternoon soap Alakdana ended its run last Friday 16.6 percent taking the third spot, while Blusang Itim made its debut last Monday with 15.6 percent to rank fifth.

 

Here are the comparative Household ratings of ABS-CBN and GMA-7 programs based on overnight ratings of AGB Nielsen Phils. among Mega Manila households from May 13 to 16: Click here to view the ratings