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‘Pamilya Ko’ premieres strongly on primetime

More viewers nationwide tuned in to the happy, loving, and relatable story of the Mabunga family as the new Kapamilya series Pamilya Ko posted strong national TV ratings and topped the trending topics on Twitter with its official hashtag #MabungaAngPamilyaKo.

'Pamilya Ko' lead cast members Joey Marquez, Raikko Mateo, and Sylvia Sanchez
The series, which star JM De Guzman, Kiko Estrada, Jairus Aquino, Maris Racal, Kira Balinger, Mutya Orquia, Raikko Mateo, Joey Marquez, and Sylvia Sanchez, revolves around the lives of the Mabunga family and their journey in keeping their home intact as they face complex issues that will test their strength.  Its debut last week Monday earned a national TV rating of 18.3 percent, compared to Wowowin, that scored 15.8 percent, according to data from Kantar Media covering urban and rural homes nationwide.

Netizens also shared their praises through various posts on social media.

After a series of celebrations, the family now faces a conflict after Chico (JM De Guzman) reprimanded Beri (Kiko Estrada) for smoking a cigarette, which led to an altercation between them.

Their mother Luz (Sylvia Sanchez) was quick to scold the two, but ultimately put the blame on Chico for hurting his younger brother. Lola Caring went to Chico’s rescue and pointed out why Luz treats her eldest son unfairly: she blames Chico for the death of his other son Jack.

Will they get over the memory of their tragic past? What more problems will their whole family face?

Don’t miss Pamilya Ko airing weekdays on ABS-CBN. 

Topics: Pamilya Ko , ABS-CBN , JM De Guzman , Kiko Estrada , Jairus Aquino , Maris Racal , Kira Balinger , Mutya Orquia , Raikko Mateo , Joey Marquez ,  Sylvia Sanchez
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