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Here’s Ratings of Ang Probinsyano, Kara Mia On Final Clash

ANG PROBINSYANO – The national tv ratings of FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano and Kara Mia on its final clash revealed.

ABS-CBN top-rated show FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano is still the country’s longest running tv series. It has been airing for more than three years now.

The Kapamilya show is also streaming in Netflix but with new a title, “Brothers.” The new title of the action-packed program earned various reactions from the online community.

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Its rival network has pitied the program three times now such as Victor Magtanggol, Cain At Abel, and Kara Mia.

The new rival show of Coco Martin’s action drama series’ is ‘Sahaya’ top-billed by Bianca Umali and Miguel Tanfelix. ‘Sahaya’ has been doing great in the rating game against “The General’s Daughter” of Angel Locsin.

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Surely lots of people thought that Kara Mia would surpass Ang Probinsyano ratings during their finale.

The audience measurement company ‘Kantar Media’ released the ratings of the two hit tv series in the country.

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Based on a report from ABS-CBN, FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano remained as the most watched tv program.

The show beat the finale of ‘Kara Mia’ and the premiere of ‘Sahaya’ on national tv ratings.

According to the report, Coco Martin’s tv series opened the month strongly as it topped the national tv rating of 37.5% on July 1.

Kapuso’s Sahaya got 18.7% based on the released rating of Kantar Media.

On Friday, June 28, FPJAP obtained 35.6% or a 14.1 lead versus the finale of Kara Mia (21.5%).

The Filipino viewers are surely glued to their television screens as Cardo continue to chase down Bungo (Baron Geisler) who slay Chikoy, a Task Force Agila member.

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