“FPJ’s ANG PROBINSYANO” SCORES 45.9% NATIONWIDE, HITS NEW ALL-TIME HIGH TV RATING

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    ABS-CBN’s action-drama series “FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano” opened the month on a high note as the show hit a new all-time high national TV rating last Monday (Feb 1).

    The Coco Martin-starrer scored 45.9% nationwide versus its rival show “Little Nanay” with only 18.1%, according to the data from Kantar Media.

    Viewers watched how Cardo, still disguised as Paloma, gunned down the syndicate’s leader, Olga (Gina Pareno). As he continues his mission, Cardo chases after the yacht that carries Carmen (Bela Padilla) and risks his life going against goons on his own.

    Don’t miss the action-packed scenes in “FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano,” weeknights in ABS-CBN. For more information about the program, visit the official social networking site of Dreamscape Entertainment Television at Facebook.com/DreamscapePH, Twitter.com/DreamscapePH, and Instagram.com/DreamscapePH.

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