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  • DWARFINAGMA-7’s DWARFINA scores big success in the race for prime-time supremacy, according to rat­ings data from the more recog­nized research agency Nielsen TV Audience Measurement. The Heart Evangelista and Den­nis Trillo-starrer, which tells of the fascinating journey of a girl barely the size of a finger, holds the top spot in the January 1 – 14 ratings chart (based on overnight ratings data) for Mega Manila and Total Urban Luzon. Total Urban Lu­zon accounts for 77 percent of urban television households na­tionwide.

    DWARFINA debuted at number 1 with a strong 15.4 Mega Manila people rating – beating all coun­terpart programs – last January 10 and has since then continued to register consistent and stag­gering high numbers. Moreover, the pilot week, which saw the birth of the young heroine and how she was slowly accepted by her loving parents despite her size, earned an easy weeklong vic­tory with DWARFINA consistently outshining all other primetime programs.

    This week, young Yna, after being saved by Elvin and Du­wentukin, crosses over from the earthly world to the land of the duwendes. Yna wakes up clue­less and wanting to return to her family.
    Meanwhile, Calixto (Jestoni Alarcon) and Abiana (Jackielou Blanco) are worried more than ever about losing their reign to Romera (Angelika dela Cruz). This was after Romera exposed the royal couple’s secret about using a gwendikam to present their princess. Could Yna be the answer to the looming problems that continue to threat the du­wende kingdom?

    The larger-than-life adventures of Yna can be seen worldwide on GMA Network’s flagship interna­tional channel, GMA Pinoy TV. Call your preferred pay TV opera­tor now to subscribe.

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