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Audiences crazy over ‘Ika-6 Na Utos’

GMA Network’s Ika-6 Na Utos is unquestionably the country’s top daytime drama show as it continues to deliver strong ratings performance in the Afternoon Prime block.

Viewers are hooked to the brilliant performances of Sunshine Dizon, Ryza Cenon, and Gabby Concepcion as they excellently play their roles in the series about Emma, the rightful wife who fights to keep her husband from leaving her for his mistress.

Apart from the positive feedback and reviews, Sunshine, Ryza and Gabby are extremely overjoyed because of the program’s consistent high TV ratings.

“We owe it to the public. We would like to thank them. Masaya kaming lahat dito sa set. Kung ano ang ginawa namin sa first day, ganun pa rin ang ginagawa namin. Kaya thank you sa lahat ng mga sumusuporta at patuloy na tumatangkilik. It shows kasi how connected they are sa programa, di ba? Actually, I’ve been hearing stories din na kahit sa bus pinapanood nila ang show natin. At kahit sa ibang bansa, may mga friends ako na mine-message pa ako. It’s actually very nice na all over the world pinapanood ang Ika-6 Na Utos. So maraming, maraming salamat,” said Sunshine.

"Ika-6 Na Utos" lead cast Sunshine Dizon, Gabby Concepcion, and Ryza Cenon

Ryza, who plays Georgia, is very happy that the show continues to remain on top of its game.

“Nakakatuwa at nakakataba ng puso na ganun ang suporta nila sa amin. Masaya talaga kami dahil hooked na hooked sila sa bawat episode. Nagpapasalamat din ako sa lahat ng nakaka-appreciate sa ginagawa ko, at sa hard work naming lahat. Nakaka-inspire ang suporta nila sa amin.”

Gabby, on the other hand, is very grateful for the loyal viewers and netizens’ overwhelming support for Ika-6 Na Utos since it premiered in December last year.

“Hindi namin iniisip na aabot na ganung kataas ang ratings. So again uulitin ko na we have nothing to complain about and everything to be thankful for.”

Expect more revelations and twists as the drama continues in Ika-6 Na Utos, directed by Laurice Guillen, weekdays after Eat Bulaga on GMA Afternoon Prime.

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“Non-stop kilig” is how fans describe the primetime series Destined To Be Yours with Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza

Viewers can’t help but notice the natural chemistry between Alden and Maine both on and off-cam. One Twitter user with the handle @CindieChoi exclaimed “Omg! Wala talaga akong masabi! Ganda ng Destined to be yours!! Kilig, iyak at tawa na namn..#DTBYBuking” Netizens even pointed out that some scenes seem too real to be mere acting. @lookforjen tweeted, “Yung kilig at ngiti ni @aldenrichards02 sa Destined To Be Yours parang di acting e.” 

In the story, Benjie (Alden) continues to court Sinag (Maine), while Sinag keeps receiving signs she asked from destiny for when it’s time for her to fall in love again. The two became even closer after finding out that they were the kids who became friends years ago.

A scene from the top-rating AlDub series "Destined to be Yours"

Meanwhile, the groundbreaking ceremony for the Pelangi project is set to happen soon. Will Sinag discover that Benjie, a Rosales himself, has been fooling her all the while and is actually one of the architects for the development? Is all hope lost for their budding relationship?

Destined To Be Yours airs weeknights after Encantadia on GMA Telebabad.

Due to the c success of GMA Telebabad’s Meant To Be, on-screen partners Barbie Forteza and Ivan Dorschner scored an endorsement deal with Xcess Salon, owned by the son of late Master Showman German “Kuya Germs” Moreno.

Federico Moreno, president and CEO of Xcess Salon, expressed his trust in the love team on March 14 as he officially introduced the two Kapuso stars as its newest ambassadors. 

The Xcesss Salon founder took pride in having two of the hottest primetime stars represent the brand. “We are proud and excited to have our new brand endorsers Barbie Forteza and Ivan Dorschner. They are truly an asset to any brand they will be attached with and I’m looking forward to working with them,” Moreno said.

Meant to Be" main stars Barbie Forteza and Ivan Dorschner 

Meanwhile, as the boys in Billie’s (Barbie Forteza) life start to get straightforward with their feelings, fans of Meant To Be will have to look forward to how Ethan (Ivan Dorschner), Yuan (Ken Chan), Andoy (Jak Roberto) and Jai (Addy Raj) would compete for her affection.     

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Before their highly anticipated teleserye reunion, Kim Chiu and Gerald Anderson team up in MMK to play lovers separated by fate, only to be reunited in each other’s arms in the wrong time. 

Bernard (Gerald) already knew that it was love the moment he laid his eyes on Cze (Kim). When they were young, Bernard secretly sent handmade love letters to Cze to express his admiration for her. 

The two eventually get acquainted with each other until Cze finds out that Bernard is her secret admirer. Bernard continues to pursue her, nonetheless, until they finally become a couple. 

Their relationship goes smoothly, until Bernard’s father petitions him to go live with him in the U.S. At first, they try to continue their relationship, but their communication gets lost along the way. And in the long run, Cze gives up hopes of saving their relationship. 

Time passes by, and Cze meets Rico (Edgar Allan De Guzman) and gets pregnant with his child. Their parents then decide to get them married, but weeks before their wedding, Bernard returns to Cze’s life. 

Will Cze still marry Rico? Is there still a chance for Cze and Bernard to be together again? 

Joining them in the episode are Eva Darren, Jong Cuenco, Gigi Locsin, Daisy Reyes, Myel de Leon, Avery Balasbas, and Yogo Singh

Topics: Ika-6 Na Utos , Sunshine Dizon , Ryza Cenon , Gabby Concepcion , Destined To Be Yours , Alden Richards , Maine Mendoza , Barbie Forteza , Ivan Dorschner
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