Good Vibes TV Show Beats Tween Hearts
ABS-CBN’s “Good Vibes” displayed its ratings power last Sunday (July 31) as it widened its lead over rival program “Tween Hearts.”
Based on the national TV ratings from global media specialist Kantar Media, the Sam Concepcion and Enrique Gil-led show garnered a rating of 12.2% compared to just 8.8% of “Tween Hearts.” This is the highest rating for “Good Vibes” since it was launched last April.
With the story of the Pedroza brothers—Marc (Sam) and Troy (Enrique)—and the whole Good Vibes crew nearing its end, fans are clamoring for another extension for the program, which has been airing for more than four months.
Aside from the amazing dance numbers, viewers tune in to the show because of its stories that ooze both romance and life lessons. Just like in the coming episode, the program will highlight again the importance of believing in oneself and in your team as the Good Vibes crew finally auditions for the Pilipinas Dance Challenge.
Maribeth, played by Devon Seron, will also show how it is to be true to one’s feelings after she unintentionally reveals her love to one of her suitors. Find out if this lucky fellow is Spencer (James Reid) or Gab (Ivan Dorschner) this Sunday.
Meanwhile, the cast of the program personally brought good vibes to the children of “Childhaus,” after they joined them in transferring to their new home. “Childhaus” is a facility that serves as shelter of children with severe illnesses.
Sam, said he is amazed by how the small act of helping them move houses went a long way for the children.
“It really warmed my heart to see them with hope and smiles on their faces as they moved to a better home. I’m really glad to have been a part of their lives somehow,” he shared.
More romantic scenes and awesome dance numbers are coming so don’t miss the country’s number one youth-oriented show “Good Vibes,” after “ASAP Rocks,” on ABS-CBN. Also watch for the GV crew as they open “Gandang Gabi Vice” also this Sunday (Ausgut 7) after “Pilipinas Got Talent.”