More than two years on and "Ang Probinsyano" continues to be an unbeatable ratings magnet.
The 2015 breakout hit, which follows a fictional police officer through his different bouts against crime and corruption, is still ABS-CBN's highest-rated drama.
According to Kantar Media, the Coco Martin-starrer got nearly half of the country's total TV viewing population last Tuesday (44.2%), compared to rival, "Super Ma'am" (17%).
It dipped slightly on Wednesday, but retained its spot as the most watched show on local primetime TV with a 42.8% rating.
"The Good Son," meanwhile, scored on Tuesday its all-time highest rating since premiering September 25, garnering 21% --enough to rule its timeslot against "My Korean Jagiya" (11.8%).
"The Good Son" and "My Korean Jagiya" posted 20.8% and 11.5% scores respectively on Wednesday.
"The Good Son" is about overlapping stories of the families a man raised in secret from one another.
"Ikaw Lang Ang Iibigin," which stars Kim Chiu and Gerald Anderson, lunged to an all-time high of 20.5%, against the 6.6% of rival "The Lolas' Beautiful Show."
The figure is notably high for a morning series, about a love triangle involving triathletes, which airs just before lunchtime.
The full ratings results, including a good start to the week for "La Luna Sangre," can be viewed below: