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Friday, June 20, 2008

NUTAM: May 2008 Top Shows (ABS-CBN & GMA)

Source: PEP

TV Ratings: "The Singing Bee" grabs the lead from "Dyesebel" in May NUTAM Ratings

ABS-CBN's The Singing Bee overtook the lead from GMA-7's Dyesebel by a slim .2 percent margin. According to the latest survey report prepared by AGB Nielsen Media Research Philippines among nationwide households for the whole month of May, Cesar Montano's karaoke game show registered a 32.6 percent rating against Deysebel's 32.4 tally.

Last April, Dyesebel—topbilled by Marian Rivera and Dingdong Dantes—outmuscled The Singing Bee in the primetime category to secure the top spot for the Top Weekday Primetime Programs. The legendary Mars Ravelo creation totaled a rating of 35.7 percent while The Singing Bee registered a score of 33.7 percent.

In the meantime, Kim Chiu and Gerald Anderson's My Girl continues to make its presence felt in the NUTAM (Nationwide Urban Television Audience Measurement) race as proven by its 31.1 percent rating, which is good enough to secure the third spot overall. My Girl, an adaptation of a popular Koreanovela, is also a prominent fixture in the Mega Manila contest, though always outpositioned by the other programs occupying the top slots.

Completing the magic five is Piolo Pascual and Angel Locsin's Lobo and primetime newscast TV Patrol World, accumulating ratings of 30.1 and 29.7 percent, respectively. Not far behind is Robin Padilla's Joaquin Bordado, which held its own ground to gain a 29.3 percent rating.

Pinoy Big Brother Teen Edition Plus slipped to No.7 with its 28.2 percent showing. The popular reality show placed No. 5 in the April NUTAM tally with an impressive 30.2 percent grade. PBB Teen Edition Plus ended its latest season last June 7 with Ejay Falcon emerging as the top winner.

Willie Revillame's Wowowee is still the king of the NUTAM Top Weekday Programs in the daytime category. The Kapamilya noontime variety show garnered a 21.9 percent rating to outlast Roxanne Guinoo's latest afternoon drama soap Ligaw na Bulaklak, which for its part managed to accumulate an impressive rating of 19.9 percent, good enough for second place.

The popularity of boxing here in our country continues to flourish, never mind if Manny Pacquiao is in the bill or not. Leading the Top Weekend Programs in the daytime race is the Oscar De La Hoya vs. Steve Forbes bout held at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California, U.S.A. The well-anticipated boxing match, which De La Hoya won, registered a 23.2 percent rating, relegating Wowowee to second place.

Dyesebel also shook up the weekend race when its Dyesebel, Ang Simula special tallied a 20.9 percent, consequently securing the No. 3 spot.

Moving to the primetime category, PBB Teen Edition Plus redeemed its pale performance in the weekday race by bullying its way en route to the No. 1 spot in Top Weekday Programs evening division. Collecting a strong 28.2 percent rating, PBB outlasted another Kapamilya show Kapitan Boom, which to its credit registered a 27.8 percent grade.

Rounding up the Top 5 are Goin' Bulilit (25.6 percent) and GMA-7's Kapuso Mo Jessica Soho and Bitoy's Funniest Videos, which garnered ratings of 25.3 and 24.7 percent, respectively.

Here are the Top 10 weekday and weekend programs for the month of May, based on a survey conducted by AGB Nielsen Media Research among NUTAM households:

Top Weekday Programs (Daytime)

Wowowee (ABS-CBN) - 21.9%
Ligaw na Bulaklak (ABS-CBN) - 19.9%
Pilipinas, Game KNB? (ABS-CBN) - 19.1%
Magdusa Ka (GMA-7) - 19%
Kaputol ng Isang Awit (GMA-7) - 18.7%
Daisy Siete (GMA-7) - 18.3%
Prinsesa ng Banyera (ABS-CBN) - 18%
Maging Akin Ka Lamang (GMA-7) - 17.8%
Pokemon (GMA-7) - 17.1%
Eat Bulaga! (GMA-7) - 15.7%

Top Weekday Programs (Primetime)

The Singing Bee (ABS-CBN) - 32.6%
Dyesebel (GMA-7) - 32.4%
My Girl (ABS-CBN) - 31.1%
Lobo (ABS-CBN) - 30.1%
TV Patrol World (ABS-CBN) - 29.7%
Joaquin Bordado (GMA-7) - 29.3%
Pinoy Big Brother Teen Edition Plus (ABS-CBN) - 28.2%
Babangon Ako't Dudurugin Kita (GMA-7) - 26.9%
Wheel of Fortune (ABS-CBN) - 22.7%
24 Oras (GMA-7) - 22%

Top Weekend Programs (Daytime)

De La Hoya vs. Forbes: Homecoming** (ABS-CBN) - 23.2%
Wowowee (ABS-CBN) - 21.8%
Dyesebel, Ang Simula** (GMA-7) - 20.9%
Cinema FPJ: Da King on ABS-CBN (ABS-CBN) - 17.4%
ASAP '08 (ABS-CBN) - 16.9%
Eat Bulaga! (GMA-7) - 16.2%
Dragon Ball Z (GMA-7) - 14.7%
The Buzz (ABS-CBN) - 14%
Your Song (ABS-CBN) - 13.6%
Pilipinas, KNB? (ABS-CBN) - 13.4%

Top Weekend Programs (Primetime)

Pinoy Big Brother Teen Edition Plus (ABS-CBN) - 28.2%
Kapitan Boom (ABS-CBN) - 27.8%
Goin' Bulilit (ABS-CBN) - 25.6%
Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho (GMA-7) - 25.3%
Bitoy's Funniest Videos (GMA-7) - 24.7%
Tok! Tok! Tok! Isang Milyon Pasok (GMA-7) - 22.1%
Kap's Amazing Stories (GMA-7) - 21.4%
Rated K (ABS-CBN) - 21.4%
Mel & Joey (GMA-7) - 20.7%
Imbestigador (GMA-7) - 20.4%

Legend: ** Special

Source: AGB Nielsen Media Research, Philippines


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