GMA-7 aired its new afternoon drama, Hahamakin ang Lahat, on Monday, October 31, 2016.
Joyce Ching, Kristoffer Martin and Thea Tolentino topbill this TV series that depicts the repeating fates of a mother and her child who both had to bear the agony of not being able to be with the man they love.
This teleserye, which revolves around a Chinese-Filipino family, begins its story in 1996.
Viewers had the chance to meet Ivy Tan (Eula Valdes) who comes from a strict Chinoy family who disapproves of her relationship with Nelson Solano (Ariel Rivera).
Ivy (Eula Valdes) is in love with a Filipino engineer named Nelson (Ariel Rivera) although she is being mandated by her father to marry a fellow Chinese.
The couple are being helped by the Tan's family maid Mara (Snooky Serna).
Elisa Caraca (Daria Ramirez) often reminds her daughter to not interfere with the affairs of their bosses. "Katulong ka, amo si Ma'am Ivy. Ang katulong at amo, hinding-hindi magiging magkaibigan."
Nelson asks Ivy directly: "Kalimutan natin na Chinese ka at Pilipino ako. Papakasalan mo ba ako o hindi?
"I promise you at paliligayahin kita habang buhay. Choose to be happy, please. Choose me."
Nelson and Ivy eloped through the help of Mara (Snooky Serna).
While driving away, Nelson got distracted upon seeing the car of Erickson Tan (Chinggoy Alonzo), the father of Ivy.
As a result, the couple got into an accident.
Ivy confronts Laura who admitted that she told the strict father about their whereabouts since he aimed a gun at her.
She was so mad that she shouted, "Traydor ka! Hayop ka! Tinuring kitang tao kahit muchacha ka! Lumayas kayo dito! Wala kang kwentang kaibigan!"
Ivy slapped the maid and dunked her face in water.
In the teaser for the second episode, it was shown that Ivy was so angry at Laura that she poured acid on the face of her former maid, causing her face to have extensive burns.
The mother of Laura, Elisa (Daria Ramirez), confronted the rich Chinese family and Erickson aimed a gun at her. Elisa got a heart attack and died, causing Laura to have a grudge against the family.
AGB URBAN LUZON DATA. How did the pilot episode of Hahamakin Ang Lahat fare in Urban Luzon according to ratings supplier AGB Nielsen?
This new TV series, which airs every weekday afternoon on the Kapuso Network, got an AGB TV rating of 10.1%.
Its ABS-CBN counterpart Doble Kara, starring Julia Montes and Sam Milby, was able to get a 10.4%.
KANTAR NATIONWIDE DATA. Based on Kantar data (gathered from urban and rural homes that represent 100 percent of the total Philippine TV viewing population), the premiere of Hahamakin Ang Lahat was able to get a lower TV rating compared to its counterpart.
The KrisJoy teleserye registered a rating of 10.5% in Kantar nationwide.
Meanwhile, Doble Kara was able to get a national rating of 15.2%.