Mara Clara posted its highest rating ever on its final episode last Friday, June 3, with 43.4 percent to complete a very successful run.
Needless to say, Mara Clara topped the overall race, which was dominated by ABS-CBN programs in the primetime race.
Following Mara Clara are fellow Kapamilya shows 100 Days to Heaven, Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin, TV Patrol, Mula Sa Puso, and The Biggest Loser Pinoy Edition—which took the second to sixth slots, respectively.
The other spots were occupied by the following GMA-7 shows: Amaya, 24 Oras, Captain Barbell, and Munting Heredera.
The daytime race, on the other hand, was ruled by the second game of the Mavericks vs. Heat NBA Finals with 19.4 percent.
GMA-7 noontime show Eat Bulaga! slipped to second place with 16.7 percent; followed by ABS-CBN shows My Girlfriend Is A Gumiho, Showtime, and Frijolito.
JUNE 6. Mara Clara was replaced by the new action-drama series Guns and Roses starring Robin Padilla and Bea Alonzo, although in an earlier timeslot.
Guns and Roses debuted in second place with 29.9 percent, behind top rater 100 Days to Heaven which got 32.9 percent.
Kapamilya shows TV Patrol, Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin, and Mula Sa Puso took the third to fifth slots.
Amaya leads GMA-7's campaign by placing sixth; followed by 24 Oras.
GMA-7's Munting Herdera tied with ABS-CBN's The Biggest Loser Pinoy Edition in eighth place; while Captain Barbell and Secret Garden took the last two spots in the Top 10.
Eat Bulaga! reclaimed the No. 1 spot in the daytime race, while the Game 3 of the Mavericks vs. Heat NBA Finals dropped to second place.
WEEKEND VIEWING. ABS-CBN programs dominated weekend primetime viewing, with Maalaala Mo Kaya and Pilipinas Got Talent taking the top spot last Saturday (June 4) and Sunday (June 5), respectively.
Daytime viewing was ruled by Eat Bulaga! last Saturday and the Thai movie Crazy Little Thing Called Love last Sunday.
Here are the comparative Household Ratings of ABS-CBN and GMA-7 programs from June 3 to 6, 2011 based on the overnight ratings of Kantar Media/TNS among National households: Click here to view the ratings