Erik Santos Kantar Media-TNS Total Philippines Household Ratings

Erik Santos Kantar Media-TNS Total Philippines Household Ratings
Tuesday, January 08, 2013

January 5, Saturday

Here are the comparative Household Ratings of ABS-CBN, TV5, and GMA-7 programs from January 4-6, 2013 based on the overnight ratings of Kantar Media/TNS among Total Philippines Urban & Rural households:

TV Patrol Weekend (ABS-CBN) 16.3% vs. 24 Oras Weekend (GMA-7) 7.8% / Extra Challenge (GMA-7) 7.5% vs. Wil Time Bigtime Saturday (TV5) 8.4%
Kapamilya Deal Or No Deal (ABS-CBN) 25.8% vs. Celebrity Bluff (GMA-7) 12.4%
Wansapanataym (ABS-CBN) 31.4% vs. Kap’s Amazing Stories (GMA-7) 14.1%
MMK Ang Tahanan Mo (ABS-CBN) 28.3% vs. Magpakailanman (GMA-7) 18.7%
Toda Max (ABS-CBN) 16.0% vs. Watta Job (GMA-7) 11.1% / Tunay Na Buhay (GMA-7) 8.7% vs. Talentadong Pinoy (TV5) 7.1%
Banana Split Extra Scoop (ABS-CBN) 7.9% / The Bottom Line With Boy Abunda (ABS-CBN) 2.8% / Sports Unlimited (ABS-CBN) 1.5% vs. Walang Tulugan With Master Showman (GMA-7) 1.9% vs. Saturday Blockbuster (TV5) 7.6% / Pilipinas News (TV5) 3.3% / Ang Latest Updated! (TV5) 1.1% / Basagan Ng Mukha 0.7%

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Erik Santos Maalaala Mo Kaya Jan 5, 2013 – Puntod

Erik Santos Maalaala Mo Kaya Jan 5, 2013 – Puntod

Erik Santos plays Roque in this heart-wrenching story of a man’s undying love to Merlinda (Charee Pineda) even after she marries his brother Raul (Arron Villaflor), raises a family, and dies of childbirth. This “Maalaala Mo Kaya” year-opener-special was shot in Tanay, under the direction of Mae Cruz. This is not the first time that Direk Mae and Erik have worked together, and from the raving positive feedback, we will not be surprised if it won’t be the last.

Erik Santos Maalaala Mo Kaya Jan 5, 2013 – Puntod
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Erik Santos on MMK’s first episode for 2013

Erik Santos, the Prince of Pop, is popularly known & recognized for his singing talent. His music is often used on teleseryes & movies but rarely do we see him act.

His first tv acting role happened on “Maalaala Mo Kaya” year 2010, where he top-billed along w/ Kristel Moreno. It rated well & received quite positive feedbacks!

Today, on the 2013 opening salvo of MMK, the man behind the theme songs steps forward & gives acting spotlight another try. A story about family, love & sacrifice characterized the roles of Arron Villaflor, Charee Pineda & Erik Santos. Erik as “Roque” & Arron as “Raul” are brothers who fell in love with one girl Merlinda, played by Charee.

These two ventures of Erik on acting were directed by the top-grossing director Mae Cruz, who has all praises on Erik’s attitude & talent! She said that Erik has a great potential on acting and he’s not only a good singer but a good actor as well.

Are we excited to see Erik Santos as an actor? Be MMK’s guest tonight! Ready the couch, popcorn, & tissue on the side! Happy watching!

Erik’s invitation to watch his MMK:

MMK’s Teaser for Jan 5, 2013 episode:

Erik Santos on MMK’s first episode for 2013

Erik Santos on MMK’s first episode for 2013
01/04/2013 12:03 PM

Erik Santos on MMK’s first episode for 2013

MANILA, Philippines – Singer Erik Santos will star in the first episode of the ABS-CBN drama anthology “Maalaala Mo Kaya” for 2013.

This Saturday (January 5), Santos will play the role of Roque, a reserved type of man who seeks help from his younger brother Raul (Aaron Villaflor) to win the heart of his childhood crush Merlinda (Charee Pineda).

The episode serves as Santos’ second acting project on “MMK”.

“Magandang venue ito na magamit ko ang emosyon sa pag-arte,” he said.

In the story, Cris Villanueva and Dominic Ochoa will play the roles of the old Roque and Raul, respectively.

Directed by Mae Czarina Cruz, the episode also includes Levi Ignacio, Deborah Sun, Efren Reyes, Pinky Marquez and Arjo Atayde.

“MMK” airs every Saturday after “Wansapanataym” on ABS-CBN.

Ogie, Erik create their own ‘drama’

July 30, 2010, 1:01pm

Acting Erik: It wasn’t easy convincing singer Erik Santos to act. He had major reservations against acting, to begin with. He thought he wasn’t up to it, wasn’t just equipped to be an actor, although he could sing up a storm anytime.

It was with trepidation, therefore, that we watched the singer’s acting debut last Saturday on “Maalaala Mo Kaya.” That’s what you get when you tend to believe a person’s warnings which he himself has told you many times over in the past.

We found Erik’s acting in the episode, “Bus,” quite endearing and acceptable, especially for a first-time actor. It belied all his other apprehensions against taking on roles for either small or big screen.

At best, it can be said that Erik’s acting is as good as anyone’s, especially among those who shared the episode with him, like Kristel Moreno. It helped, of course, that he played a singer in the presentation, shot on location in Macau, presumably after one of his shows there.

The role afforded Erik dramatic moments as called for when his character, that of a singer, applies for a job in Macau but ends up being a laborer instead.

The “MMK” episode should signal the start of more acting jobs for Erik Santos, the latest singer to cross over from pop to action. Erik couldn’t have chosen a better platform to showcase his hidden thespic talent.