How did Ika-6 Na Utos final episode fare in AGB ratings?

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Ryza Cenon's Georgia (left) faced a grim end in Ika-6 Na Utos while Sunshine Dizon and Gabby Concepcion's characters finally had their wedding.

GMA-7's Afternoon Prime teledrama Ika-6 Na Utos aired its final episode last Saturday, March 19, 2018.

Top-billed by Sunshine Dizon, Gabby Concepcion, and Ryza Cenon, the Kapuso show aired its last episode after one year and three months on television.

The final episode showed the last fight between Emma (Sunshine) and her ultimate nemesis Georgia (Ryza Cenon).

Emma tried to escape Georgia and ran away from her until she found a car and drove it herself.

However, Georgia was able to follow her and attacked her.

After beating each other, Georgia was able to push Emma out of the car.

While Georgia was driving, the car crashed into a truck containing LPG tanks.

A truck carrying metal rods also crashed next to Georgia's car.

The metal rods that fell from the truck pierced Georgia's chest, pinning her down and preventing her from getting out of the car.

Emma tried to go to Georgia and help her. However, the LPG tanks exploded.

The car then caught on fire, burning Georgia alive.

Rome (Gabby) arrived to save Emma, and he professed his love for her.

Later, Emma and Rome were reunited with their daughter Sydney (Angelica Ulip). The couple's wedding finally happened.

Years later, Emma, Rome, and Sydney became a happy family, and Rome returned to being a pilot.

Emma got pregnant and named the baby Austin after her first-born with Rome who died earlier in the story.

AGB RATINGS. How did the final episode of Ika-6 Na Utos fare in the ratings, according to AGB Nielsen Urban Philippines data?

The episode, which used the hashtag #IANUHulingPaghaharap, got a TV rating of 10.4%.

Ika-6 Na Utos's Saturday episode ran fromĀ 2:31 p.m. to 3:21 p.m.

Meanwhile, its ABS-CBN competitor, It's Showtime, got a TV rating of 5.5%.

Take note that the Kapamilya variety show ran from 11:47 a.m. to 3:36 p.m.






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