NATIONAL TV RATINGS (FEBRUARY 12, 2018 – MONDAY)

February 12, 2018 – Monday
Total Philippines (Urban + Rural)
Source: Kantar Media
NOTES:
1. “The Blood Sisters” debuted strongly as its pilot episode garnered a national TV rating of 25.2% versus “Wowowin” (16.9%).
2. “FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano” remained undisputed with a national TV rating of 41.4%, compared to “Sherlock Jr.” (17.1%).
3. “TV Patrol” brought relevant news stories to more viewers as it hit 34.5%, beating “24 Oras” (20.8%).
4. “La Luna Sangre” won its timeslot with 30.5%, while “Kambal Karibal” only got 18.1%.

12 February 2018 Comparative Total Philippines (Urban+ Rural)
Ratings Data: ABS-CBN vs. GMA7 and TV5
Source: Kantar Media
O Shopping (0.4%) / Kape’t Pandasal (0.5%) / Maniwala Ka Kaya Mo Mission Possible (Replay) (0.9%) vs. “Reporter’s Notebook (Replay) ‘Balik Tokhang'” (1.0%)
Umagang Kay Ganda (5.5%) vs. Unang Hirit (3.6%)
Magandang Buhay (6.4%) vs. “Hunter X Hunter
‘S3′” (5.0%) / Yo-Kai Watch (6.3%) / Dragon Ball Z Kai The Final Chapters (7.4%) / Crimson Girl (6.1%)
“Kapamilya Blockbusters ‘The Transporter Refueled'” (12.5%) vs. Chibi Maruko Chan Tv Drama (5.8%)
Sana Dalawa Ang Puso (17.4%) vs. “Kapuso Movie Festival ‘My Lady Boss'” (7.3%)
It’s Showtime (17.0%) vs. Eat… Bulaga! (13.4%) / Ika-6 Na Utos (17.6%)
Asintado (15.8%) vs. The Stepdaughters (15.3%)
Hanggang Saan (13.6%) vs. Haplos (15.3%)
The King Is In Love (14.5%) / The Blood Sisters (25.2%) vs. Wowowin (16.9%)
TV Patrol (34.5%) vs. 24 Oras (20.8%) vs. Aksyon (1.6%) / Heavy Hitters (3.1%)
FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano (41.4%) vs. Sherlock Jr. (17.1%)
La Luna Sangre (30.5%) vs. Kambal, Karibal (18.1%)
The Good Son (17.3%) vs. The One That Got Away (11.5%) vs. Sports Center Philippines (0.9%)
Black (7.1%) / Tonight With Boy Abunda (3.2%) vs. The Romantic Doctor (7.8%) vs. Arrow (0.5%)
Bandila (2.2%) vs. Saksi Liga Ng Katotohanan (4.2%) vs. Aksyon Tonite (0.3%)
Maniwala Ka Kaya Mo Mission Possible (1.7%) vs. “Front Row ‘Walang Hanggang Pag-Ibig'” (2.3%) vs. NFL Greatest Games (0.0%)
O Shopping (0.4%) vs. The 700 Club Asia (0.8%)

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