Top 10 Philippine TV Commercials You Love

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Commercial breaks in the middle of our favorite television shows are a bummer. Each commercial break is a prime opportunity for us to surf channels, grab some munchies from the fridge or maybe even run an errand to the nearby sari-sari store. Most of the commercials we see become too repetitive anyways.

But, these Top 10 TV commercials listed below provide enough reason for you to let go of the remote control, stay glued to your seat, and anticipate each commercial break the same way we eagerly await our favorite TV shows.

In Rank Order:

  1. Karen Po (McDonalds) - A girl named Karen and her Lolo are eating at McDonalds and the Lolo keeps on mistaking Karen for another grandchild named "Gina".
  2. Suportahan Taka (PLDT) - A PLDT commercial where an Ilonggo medicine student in Manila calls up his father in Iloilo to tell him he wants to shift to Fine Arts.
  3. The Coke Beat (Coke) - Two college girls playing the Coke Beat.
  4. Goodbye Carlo (Tender Juicy Hotdog) - A chubby girl swears by her diary that she is ready to diet in order to win her crush Carlo's attention.
  5. Kasama Ka (Coke) - Nikki Gil distributes Coke to people while singing the Coke jingle.
  6. Dugo-Dugo Gang (PLDT) - Inday, the househelp, receives a call from a stranger who claims he is her employer, but who is apparently a member of the Dugo-Dugo Gang.
  7. Sabado Nights (SMB) - This commercial made Ina Raymundo, sporting a full black outfit and flirting with Paolo Abrera, an instant star.
  8. Magpakatotoo ka! (Sprite) - Just one of the "Magpakatotoo ka!" commercials of Sprite. A guy was caught by his friends watching a cheesy drama flick in the TV.
  9. I Can Feel It (Palmolive) - The classic Alice Dixson TV ad that brought her to stardom.
  10. SiBoom (SMB) - The commercial that gave Rachel Lobangco the name "SiBoom". This commercial starred the Apo Hiking Society and Bert "Tawa" Marcelo.

External Links

  • Compilation of Pinoy TV Commercials at YouTube



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