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  • coco-juliaPrimetime King Coco Martin and Kapamilya actress Julia Montes’ “Wansapanataym” summer special debuted strongly as it reigned as the most-watched TV program last Sunday (March 22). According to data from Kantar Media, the pilot episode of “Yamishita’s Treasures” scored a national TV rating of 27.4%, which is almost 9 percentage points higher compared to its rival program in GMA “Ismol Family” (18.7%).

    The excitement of viewers also conquered social networking sites such as Twitter where the hashtag #YamishitasTreasures became a nationwide trending topic. Meanwhile, “Wansapanataym Presents Yamishita’s Treasures” will surely thrill more viewers in its continuation this Sunday (March 29) now that the fairy Tanya (Julia) has entered the world of humans.

    How will the relationship of fairies and humans change now that Yami (Coco) and Tanya’s paths have crossed? What will they do once Tanya finds out that the other half of the map she’s looking for is in Yami’s hands?

    Completing the power house cast of Coco and Julia’s “Wansapanataym” special are Eddie Garcia, Bing Loyzaga, Angel Aquino, Noni Buencamino, Arron Villaflor, Ryan Bang, Marlan Flores, and Alonzo Muhlach. It is written by Noreen Capili and Joel Mercado, and directed by Avel Sunpongco.

    “Wansapanataym Presents Yamishita’s Treasures” is part of the magical summer campaign of Dreamscape Entertainment Television. Don’t miss the continuation of Coco and Julia’s adventure in “Wansapanataym Presents Yamishita’s Treasures” this Sunday, 6:45PM, after “Goin’ Bulilit” on ABS-CBN. For more updates, log on to www.abs-cbn.com or follow @abscbndotcom on Twitter. Meanwhile, viewers may also catch up on full episodes and past episodes of “Wansapanataym” through ABS-CBNmobile. For more information, please go to www.abscbnmobile.com.

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