Saturday, April 9, 2011


Willie Revillame has decided to take a leave from his show "Willing Willie" for two weeks to study his options whether to continue or halt his career as a TV host.

In his live message aired on Friday, April 8, Revillame said he had discussed the matter with TV5 president Ray Espinosa, and the latter agreed to his respite from the show.

His leave will start next week after taping advance episodes of the show until the Holy Week break.
"Pag-iisipan ko kung babalik pa ako," Willie said. "Sobra na ang mga ito."

Willie was referring to his detractors, particularly those from the entertainment industry. He mentioned the names of Jim Paredes, Leah Navarro, Aiza Seguerra, Bianca Gonzales, Agot Isidro, and his fellow TV5 talent Tuesday Vargas, who he said constantly attacks him on the social microblogging site Twitter.

"Tira kayo ng tira sa akin. Tanong ko, ano ang ginawa niyo sa mga mahihirap nating kababayan?"

Revillame had been under fire over allowing and goading a six-year-old boy, Jan-Jan Suan, to dance an apparently sexually suggestive routine in its March 12 episode.



Anonymous said...

hahaha...nasa ABS huling halakhak...talo man sa korte sa KARMA ni willing gurang panalong panalo cla. Itaas na ang humatol sa mgA kabalbalang nagawa mo D-E-M-O-N-Y-O ka!!!!!!!!!HUDAS!!!BARABAS!!!! magtika ka ngayong Mahal Na Araw ng mabawas bawasan yang pagkamayabang mo....GAGO!!!! ULOL!!!!!!!!!!

utot said...


bakla mali ka nasa GMA ang huling halakhak. Habang nagsasabunutan ang mga baklang EXEC ng ABS at TV5 yumayaman ng husto mga kapuso hahahah

Anonymous said...

bakla mali ka nasa GMA ang huling halakhak. Habang nagsasabunutan ang mga baklang EXEC ng ABS at TV5 yumayaman ng husto mga kapuso hahahah


umentra nnman ang utot...kinabagan nnmn cguro...ang GMA mo 4lyf nlng Gustong Maging ABS-CBN!!!

Anonymous said...

Nothing can defeat the reining Primetime Bida lineup of the Kapamilya network. For the whole month of March, it maintains the lead! From January, February, and March, Primetime Bida is undisputed making it the as great conqueror of the first quarter!

The hit drama series remake "Mara Clara" remains to be the No. 1 show nationwide and in Mega Manila! Even though the rival GMA network launched their much-budgeted "Captain Barbell", it didn't prevent "Mara Clara" from leading!

Let's read this great news article from push.com summarizing the rating victory of ABS-CBN for the month of March as well as the whole first quarter of 2011. It reads:

ABS-CBN Corporation, the country’s largest multimedia conglomerate, remains the undisputed leader on national primetime TV ratings in March (6PM-12MN) where it hit an average audience share of 42%, 12 points higher than rival network GMA 7's 30%.

The Kapamila network's teleseryes' compelling storytelling and content continue to grip viewers nationwide and get the highest TV ratings on primetime, when most of the Filipino viewers watch TV and which advertisers spend most for their commercial placements.

Kantar Media/TNS, the trusted global market research group that offers audience research measurement systems in 32 countries, reported that ABS-CBN got nine out of the top 10 most-watched programs last month with "Mara Clara" topping the list with 35.9% despite the new primetime offering of its rival station "Captain Barbell" that registered only a national TV ratings of 20.7%.

The eight other ABS-CBN programs that made it to the top 10 were "Mutya," (34.4%), "Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin” (33.1%), “Pilipinas Got Talent” (30.1%), “Maalaala Mo Kaya” (27.8%), "TV Patrol" (27.3%), “Rated K” (25.2%), “Imortal” (23.9%) and “Goin Bulilit” (22.1%).
ABS-CBN's primetime teleseryes likewise continue to beat GMA Network in Mega Manila, the erstwhile stronghold of the Kapuso network. “Mara Clara” (29.1%) continues to pound rival show “I Heart You Pare” (21.4%) while “Mutya” (25.7%) and “Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin” (24.9%) remains dominant on their time slots and beat “Captain Barbell” (24.2%) and “Dwarfina” (23%) respectively.

“Mara Clara” (31.1%), “Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin” (26.2%) and “Mutya” (26.1%) are also the top three most watched programs in Metro Manila beating all other GMA offerings on all time blocks.

From January 1 to March 31, ABS-CBN managed to get all slots in the top ten most watched programs for the first three months of 2011 with “Mara Clara” still leading the pack with an average nationwide rating of 33.7% followed by “Mutya” (33.2%), “Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin” (33.1%), “Pilipinas Got Talent” (29.7), “Noah” (28%), “TV Patrol” (27.1%), “Imortal” (25.5%), “Maalaala Mo Kaya” (24.4%), “Imortal” (25.5%), “Rated K” (23.4%), “Wansapanataym” (21.8%), and “Goin Bulilit” (21.5%).

Kantar Media started releasing its Philippine television audience measurement data in February 2009 with panels composed of 1,370 representative households covering urban Philippines and reporting on seven sectors namely the National Capital Region, North Luzon, Central Luzon, South Luzon, the Visayas and Mindanao.

Kantar Media’s current subscribers include ABS-CBN, NBN, Sky Cable, J. Romero and Associates, Adformatix, Starcom, OMD, PhD, Mediacom, Mindshare, MEC, Maxus, Universal McCann, and Wellmade Manufacturing Corporation. They also include pan-regional networks likes CSM Media Inc., Fox International Channels, Star HK, Discovery, AXN, HBO, MTV, and Sony Pictures Television International.

Once more, another round of applause for the Kapamilya network! We hope to maintain its success for the succeeding quarters! Keep it up! Congrats! c",) Source: http://tvseriescraze.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

at utot, make use of your nutshel, what the hell are you talking about!!!!! AGB Nielsen reported that GMA is currently leading Nationwide but it does not show any confidence on their stocks. ABS CBN is UP by 0.50 while GMA is DOWN by 0.01. While the TNS-Kantar International Meda Ratings, presents that ABS-CBN reamains as undisputed and unbeatable number one media conglomerate in Nationwide. According to Pulse Asia conducted April 5, 2011, TNS-Kantar Media Ratings is more credible and reliable source of tv ratings garnering 69% of mass votes versus 31% for AGB Nielsen Media Firm. The presentation shows that ABS-CBN has better revenues and stock exchange than GMA!

Link: http://investing.businessweek.com/research/stocks/snapshot/snapshot.asp?ticker=ABS%3APM

utot said...


ANong konek bakla?

Anonymous said...

History repeats itself.

Anonymous said...

beh buti nga lol

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

kawawang willie. wala nang naniniwala kay WILLIE! Karma nga naman! whahahahah

feeling palagi aping api si willie. kaasar!

cooldudeTWOFIVE said...

Anonymous utot said...


bakla mali ka nasa GMA ang huling halakhak. Habang nagsasabunutan ang mga baklang EXEC ng ABS at TV5 yumayaman ng husto mga kapuso hahahah





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