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Mario Bautista, has been with the entertainment industry for more than 4 decades. He writes regular columns for People's Journal and Malaya.

Mar 29, 2012

GMA-7 Holds Victory And Thanksgiving Party To Consistent High Ratings Of Their Afternoon Prime Shows In Agb Nielsen Mega-Manila Surveys

THE AGB NIELSEN ratings for Mega-Manila shows that GMA-7 is unbeatable when it comes to the high ratings of their Afternoon Prime shows: “The Good Daughter”, “Hiram na Puso”, “Broken Vow”, “Alice Bungisngis and Her Magic Walis”. But even if the shows are already rating well, GMA is not resting on its laurels and still held a special presscon with all its stars to further promote their afternoon shows. It also serves as their victory party for their success and thanksgiving to the press for continuously supporting their shows.

In the presscon’s first part, the shows’ theme songs were sung live. Kyla did a mean rendition of “Narito ang Puso Ko” from “Hiram na Puso”. Aicelle Santos wowed the press with her fine version of “Broken Vow”. Frencheska Farr also did well singing the lively original theme song of “Alice Bungisngis”. It’s only Kylie Padilla who faltered while singing “Bakit Di Ko Pa Masabi” from “Good Daughter” and she later apologized as it’s her first time to sing live.

The cast members of each show were then called on stage and, after them, the directors: Andoy Ranay and Roderick Lindayag for “Hiram na Puso”, Mike Tuviera for “Good Daughter”, Gil Tejada for “Broken Vow” and Mark Reyes for “Alice Bungisngis”. Then the scriptwriters were called, led by head writer for drama Roy Iglesias, then it’s the turn of the program managers: Hazel Abonita, Helen Rose Seses, Camille Hermoso and Cheryl Ching Sy. Finally, AVP for Drama Redgie Acuna-Magno went up stage and personally thanked all concerned, from the stars and the directors to the writers and program managers for the success of their shows. No wonder everyone’s morale is very high because management is giving them importance and due recognition for their efforts.