With stories that continue to inspire during a most challenging year, the Filipinos’ Sunday viewing habit, “Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho (KMJS), is also the number 1 TV program based on Nielsen Phils.’ NUTAM Ratings for 2020.
This is the second year in a row that KMJS topped the nationwide urban ratings with an average People rating of 20.6 percent from January to December 2020.
The program’s online videos have 1.7 billion views. On Facebook, it has 21 million followers. KMJS and its topics also trend on Twitter, weekly. More than these metrics, however, KMJS is most proud of helping uplift the Filipino spirit during this pandemic – through stories that showcased the heroism and generosity of health workers, frontliners, and ordinary Filipinos doing their best to survive while helping others, too.
At the onset of the community quarantine, KMJS was one of the few local television programs that immediately aired fresh episodes. Every week since June last year, the program has been extending ayuda or financial help to viewers in need. KMJS stories about Filipinos going through very tough times also generated substantial donations for those in need.
“2020 may have been a most difficult year but it has also been a most remarkable one,” Jessica Soho, the program’s host said. “We saw the best in us during this crisis. It is a privilege to share the stories of Filipinos who shine through during this darkest of times.
Our heartfelt thanks to our viewers who have made us their favorite kakuwentuhan and weekly family bonding time.”