For two consecutive days, Daisy Siete took the lead from Eat Bulaga! in the daytime race. Last February 26 and 27, the "Ulingling" episode of Daisy Siete starring the SexBomb Girls posted 24 percent and 23 percent ratings versus Eat Bulaga's 22.8 percent and 21.4 percent.
But Eat Bulaga! managed to regain the lead on Thursday, February 28, by virtue of its 22.2 percent rating compared to Daisy Siete's 20.9 percent.
Two GMA-7 Sine Novelas, Maging Akin Ka Lamang and My Only Love, meanwhile, were untouchable in their third and fourth positions from Tuesday to Thursday.
Other shows that squeezed into the Top 10 during the past three days were Wheel of Fortune, Hana Yori Dango 2, Game KNB?, Wowowee, Come Back Soon-Ae, and Takeshi's Castle—in no particular order.
Marimar still rules in the primetime race, consistently posting a rating of more than 46 percent; the highest was 47.8 percent last Wednesday.
Richard Gutierrez's Kamandag took the No. 2 position Tuesday and Thursday while Robin Padilla's Joaquin Bordado occupied that spot Wednesday.
It's interesting to note that Marimar, Kamandag, and Joaquin Bordado all posted more than 40 percent rating last Tuesday.
GMA-7's primetime newscast 24 Oras placed fourth Tuesday night, but the Koreanovela Coffee Prince grabbed that slot Wednesday and Thursday.
ABS-CBN's Primetime Bida block, in the meantime, held on to its sixth to ninth positions. TV Patrol World was consistent at No. 6, although it tied with Lobo Thursday night with identical 23.6 percent rating.
Kung Fu Kids remained untouched at No. 7. Lobo and Palos were at No. 8 and No. 9, respectively, on Tuesday and Wednesday. Lobo moved to No. 6 and Palos to No. 8, Thursday.
Another Kapamilya soap, Maging Sino Ka Man, made it in the Top 10 Thursday because of a tie in sixth place between TV Patrol World and Lobo.
Click HERE for the ranking of the top daytime and primetime programs from February 26 to 28 based on the overnight ratings conducted by AGB Nielsen Philippines among Mega Manila households.