"Forevermore" Reaches 30.2% RatingABS-CBN Primetime Bida's newest teleserye "Forevermore" has reached an all-time high of 30.2 percent based on the national TV rating released by Kantar Media.
This is the highest rating it garnered since it premiered in October. The show, starring Enrique Gil and Liza Soberano in their first team-up for a teleserye, is also a regular trending topic in social media sites.
Its episode entitled "Forevermore Step Up" was 17 points higher than the rival program on GMA-7, "Hiram Na Alaala," which only got 13.2 percent.
The story revolves around Xander (Enrique), the heir apparent to the Grande Hotel in Baguio City, and Agnes (Liza), a hardworking girl of La Presa in Benguet province. Fate threw them both together as Xander was taught a lesson by his father, Alex (Zoren Legaspi), by ordering him to work in Agnes' farm.
In the current episode, Agnes and Xander were beginning to form an unlikely friendship as they were paired for the Strawberia Festival that will allow Agnes to win a multicab for the people of La Presa. Xander, caught in a business deal gone wrong, will have to race against time to be present for the festival.
"Forevermore" is directed by box-office director Cathy Garcia-Molina, who was also on the helm of such hit movies as "A Very Special Love," "You Changed My Life," and "It Takes A Man And A Woman."
The series airs weeknights after "Hawak Kamay" on ABS-CBN.