The Drama series starring Kim Chiu and MAja Salvador approaches its final week on air become the number 1 most watched TV program in the country last Thursday “Ina Kapatid Anak” overtook “ Juan Dela Cruz”.
Marked the sharp rise in the primetime series in national TV ratings is the June 6 episode of “ Ina Kapatid Anak”,with a 6-percentage-point increase from its previous telecast.
According to Kantar Media the latest TV ratings data from multinational market research group, the program dubbed "Ang Teleserye ng Pamilyang Pilipino" garnered a nationwide rating of 39.6% on Thursday, making it the No. 1 TV show across the country.
Bumped up to the 2nd rank with a national TV rating of 35.9% “ Juan Dela Cruz” ,which helds by the finale of “ Ina Kapatid Anak”
During ABS-CBN’s Primetime Bida block the Coco Martin “Juan Dela Cruz” airs before “ Ina KApatid Anak”.
The Thursday rating of "Ina, Kapatid, Anak" was more than double the audience share garnered by its competing program aired on GMA-7, which only registered 15.8%.
Representeng 100% of the total Phillipine TV viewing population uses a nationwide panel size of 2,609 by the Kantar Media.
The once-warring siblings, Margaux Margaux (Salvador) and Celyn (Chiu), are seen in a desperate struggle to escape a building collapsing from fire the “ Ina KApatid Anak” June 6 episode.
Celyn (kim chiu) had been kidnapped by Mio (John Regala) and Diego (Alex Medina), the father and son out for revenge on their victim's mother, Teresa (Cherry Pie Picache) -- the same woman who they think turned their back on them as her own family several years back.
With the help of Celyn's (kim chiu) partner, Liam (Xian Lim), she and her twin sister manage to get out alive.
Surpassing the ordeal, the siblings strengthen their relationship with Teresa, their surrogate mother, and Beatrice (Janice de Belen), their biological mother.
The finale is set to aired this episode Friday next week after eight months air on “Ina Kapatid Anak” directed by Don Cuaresma and Jojo Saguin.
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