Spaghetti pababa? Eat Bulaga, tinalo ang E.A.T sa rating sa Greater Luzon, Visayas at Mindanao

TV5’s noontime show E.A.T has kept decreasing in ratings since its grand launch on July 1, 2023.

According to the data released by Nielsen Philippines, E.A.T’s rating was down from 8.4% to 3.9% on July 1.

Meanwhile, Eat Bulaga and It’s Showtime maintained its rating in the past week.

Nielsen also released the rating of the three noontime shows in different places in the Philippines.

While E.A.T still led around Metro Manila, Eat Bulaga already surpassed TV5’s noontime show in Balanced Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao.

Observers attributed the downward spiral of E.A.T’s ratings to its lack of content, limited coverage, and also to the decreasing interest of the public in the issue between TVJ and TAPE Inc.

Some fans also complained that E.A.T were lacking of segments to make the televiewers entertained during the two-and-a-half-hour running time of the show.

They urged the TVJ productions to revive their own segments, but some experts believed that the trademark issue between them and TAPE Inc. hindered their plans.

Currently, Babala ‘Wag kayong Ganun’, a counterpart of Bawal Judgmental, ‘Da Bar: Dabarkads Eatery’ E.A.T’s own version of Bulagaan and Vortas 5 were the few segments being offered by the noontime show.


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