After debuting at No. 5 on its pilot episode, ABS-CBN's newfantaserye Dyosa dropped to sixth up to eight place on the following nights. AlthoughDyosa relatively maintained its rating—with 25.5 percent as the highest and23.6 percent as the lowest—it was not able to sustain its hold on the fifthposition. It ranked No. 6 Tuesday (August 12), No. 8 Wednesday (August 13), andNo. 7 Thursday (August 14).
Anne Curtis's Dyosa has the same timeslot as Marian Rivera'sDyesebel, GMA-7's own fantaserye, which has been consistently topping theratings game in Mega Manila since its debut. Dyesebel posted the followingratings from Tuesday to Thursday: 40.2 percent, 38.3 percent, and 41.5 percent.
Richard Gutierrez's action-adventure series Codename: Asero maintained its second position since it began a couple of weeks ago.
Kapuso network's primetime newscast 24 Oras andromantic-comedy series Ako Si Kim Samsoon took the third and fourth spots,although the Regine Velasquez-starrer dropped to No. 5 Thursday behind TheSinging Bee.
Other shows consistently occupying slots in the Top 10 areIisa Pa Lamang, My Girl, TV Patrol World, and Pinoy Dream Academy—all fromABS-CBN.
GMA-7's new drama anthology Obra, featuring Katrina Halilion its first month, debuted with 14.1 percent; 14th overall.
In the daytime race, Gaano Kadalas ang Minsan grabbed backthe lead although it tied with Eat Bulaga! yesterday, August 14, with identical22 percent rating.
Another Kapuso afternoon soap, Magdusa Ka, was untouchableat No. 2.Click here for the ranking of the Top 10 daytime andprimetime programs from August 12 to 14.