Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho—also known by its acronym KMJS—is the number 1 TV program in the Philippines in 2020, according to AGB Nielsen NUTAM or nationwide ratings.
In a press release sent to media, including PEP.ph (Philippine Entertainment Portal), GMA-7 says that the most-watched program topped the nationwide ratings with an average of 20.6 percent from January to December 2020.
This is the second year in a row that KMJS topped the nationwide urban ratings.
No information has been provided about its rival programs in other networks.
The release also stated KMJS’ milestones in numbers.
One is its online videos, which earned an accumulated 1.7 billion views in 2020. Its official Facebook page has 21 million followers.
Aside from its record-setting numbers, KMJS is also proud of its initiative to show uplifting stories of heroism and generosity of frontliners, health workers, and ordinary Filipinos during the pandemic.
KMJS is one of the first local TV shows that immediately aired episodes providing fresh information on COVID-19 and its impact on the lives of Filipinos here and abroad.
The program has also been extending financial help or “ayuda” to viewers in need since June 2020.
KMJS host and GMA News and Public Affairs pillar Jessica Soho said, “2020 may have been a most difficult year but it has also been a most remarkable one.
“We saw the best in us during this crisis. It is a privilege to share the stories of Filipinos who shine through during this darkest of times. Our heartfelt thanks to our viewers who have made us their favorite kakuwentuhan and weekly family bonding time.”
KMJS airs every Sunday night after Centerstage. Dubbed as the longest-running magazine show in the country, the program has been on air since November 2004.