Despite the favorable reviews that she got for her debut as a TV actress, KC Concepcion's "Mansyon" episode in Maalaala Mo Kaya (MMK) did not create much buzz from the TV audience to push it to the top. The February 15 episode of MMK only managed to take the 10th spot among the primetime programs with its 17.3 percent rating. Nonetheless, the figure is still high compared to the average ratings of previous MMK episodes, considering its late timeslot.
As expected, Marimar once again topped the primetime race last Friday by virtue of its 46 percent rating; followed by Robin Padilla's Joaquin Bordado with 39.3 percent and Richard Gutierrez's Kamandag with 39.2 percent.
Two other GMA-7 shows, 24 Oras and Coffee Prince, occupied the fourth and fifth slots.
This was the same scenario last night, February 18, with the five Kapuso shows occupying the same slots.
However, there were some movements in the sixth to tenth slots.
ABS-CBN's primetime newscast TV Patrol World took the No. 6 spot last Friday but it dropped to No. 8 last night. Kung Fu Kids managed to remain steady at No. 7 Friday and Monday. Lobo occupied the No. 8 position Friday but it moved to No. 6 Monday. Palos was only No. 11 last Friday but returned to the winning circle Monday at No. 9.
GMA-7's gag show Bubble Gang was at No. 9 Friday and Kung Ako Ikaw grabbed the last spot Monday.
Daytime viewing was once again ruled by Eat Bulaga! taking the top position Friday, Saturday, and Monday.
Interestingly, GMA-7's Flash Report last Sunday, February 17, was the No. 1 daytime program with 19 percent, followed by the rerun of Happily Ever After in Kapuso Sine Special with 15.9 percent.
Showbiz Central grabbed the third spot with 15.8 percent while musical variety shows SOP and ASAP '08 took the fourth and fifth slots, respectively.
Click here for the ranking of the Top 10 daytime and primetime shows from February 15 to 18 based on the overnight ratings conducted by AGB Nielsen Philippines among Mega Manila households.