The conclusion to Paloma’s story brought ‘Ang Probinsyano’ to new heights.
The ABS-CBN primetime series twice broke its all-time high in the Kantar National Ratings, earning 45.9% on February 1, and 46.7% the next night. On the other hand, GMA’s ‘Little Nanay’ earned all-too-familiar ratings of 18.1 and 16.9% respectively.
Those two episodes of ‘Ang Probinsyano’ were highlighted by Cardo’s (Coco Martin) successful rescue of Carmen (Bela Padilla) from a criminal syndicate, albeit at a near-cost of his life. Along the way, it was revealed that Paloma was actually Cardo disguised as a woman.
The gripping scenes of the two episodes captivated the country and made an impact on social media. But with ‘Ang Probinsyano’ reaching its pinnacle, the question is, can they keep it up?
That and more will be answered as ‘Ang Probinsyano”s story intensifies.
11 thoughts on “In 100 Words: New Series High for Ang Probinsyano”
Medyo naimpress ako sa ratings ng FPJAP. Pacquiao type ratings ang binuhos for those two crucial episodes. Though I will miss Coco doing a lady in disguise role, it is nice that he experience being a lady for a few episodes.
And I apparently find this as a greater dilemma for ‘Little Nanay.’
At this point, they’re still stuck in the 17-19% ratings mark. Same as they were when they faced Pangako Sa ‘Yo. In essence, different opponent, same problems.
The power of few members of INC who attempted to boycott ABS-CBN — particularly, on news reporting — with different hashtags each day over Twitterlandia is too futile. Little did we know that they watched this show.
As if they hate ABS, but they’re watching nevertheless. That’s very idiotic to say the least.
I know and they are good in editing real things just for them to bash. How pathetic is that.
For me, this is the Best teleserye ABSCBN had done so far. I’d prefer watching this rather than PSY, PDA & the likes.
ABSCBN should make more action-packed teleseryes like this in the future.
Indeed. Too much has been focused on love teams and sexual themes that the teleserye scene has been watered down. Change is badly needed at this point.
Aside from action, ABS-CBN should also try to produce a teleserye whose theme is all about suspense, sci/fi, history, or even a teleserye with a mixture of laughter (preferably, a family-oriented teleserye). Love-themed and kabit-themed teleseryes are indeed so boring to me, even if I enjoy them (only the former).
That is, if they have the money. Until then, we’re stuck with love teams and sexual themes.
More likely reason is that ABS will spend the money upgrading its programs to HD, as well as expanding its DTV coverage.
We have no choice right now.