FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano continues to thrill viewers every night and remains as the number one weekday program in the country.
On March 5, the series recorded a national TV rating of 41.8 percent, or 27 points higher than that of Sherlock Jr.’s (14.8 percent) according to the data from Kantar Media. The show also led the list of most-watched programs in February garnering an average national TV rating of 41.2 percent.
Meanwhile, as the saga continues in the top rating series, the cold weather of Baguio will not hinder Cardo’s (Coco Martin) flaming grit to finish Don Emilio (Eddie Garcia) and De Silva (Joko Diaz) as he travels all the way to the north to fight his opponents.
A blazing battle is about to engulf Baguio as Cardo and his group Vendetta join forces to hunt down their enemies and stop them from wreaking havoc in the city.
However, along with the celebration of Panagbenga Festival, Don Emilio and De Silva will deploy their men to plant bombs in the most densely populated areas of the city to harm thousands of innocent lives.
Can Cardo stop Don Emilio and De Silva’s plans?
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