Star Plus & Sony Pal retain respective leadership, Naagin 2 maintains lead

MUMBAI: Week 12 of Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) India saw no major change in the rankings. Star Plus and Sony Pal continued to lead their respective markets. Zee TV in Hindi GEC Urban market grabbed the third slot, and Sony Entertainment Television slipped to fourth. 

Colors’ Naagin season 2 remained the undisputed leader in top five programmes of Hindi GEC. 

Hindi GEC

Star Plus continued to remain the leader of the space, and grabbed the first spot with 728340 Impressions (000s) followed by Colors on second slot with 630806 Impressions (000s) and Sony Pal on third with 603135 Impressions (000s). 

Zee TV witnessed a hike in ratings this week but remained on number four with 550272 Impressions (000s) against 537768 Impressions (000s) in week 11. Rishtey stood at number five in week 12 with 508839 Impressions (000s) and Zee Anmol bagged sixth spot with 492092 Impressions (000s).

Sab TV, Star Utsav and Sony Entertainment Television garnered seventh, eighth and ninth spot with  439697 Impressions (000s), 433212 Impressions (000s) and 429864 Impressions (000s), respectively. Life OK registered 417957 Impressions (000s) on tenth spot.  

Hindi GEC Rural 

This week too, Sony Pal garnered the first position with 438102 Impressions (000s) followed by 389971 Impressions (000s). Though Naagin season 2 has been the number one show in top five programmes, the show could not manage to make Rishtey the number one channel this week. The channel grabbed the third position with 381221 Impressions (000s). 

Star Utsav stood on number four with 322143 Impressions (000s) and Star Plus bagged the fifth position with 243528 Impressions (000s). Zee TV and Colors grabbed sixth and seventh spot with 231431 Impressions (000s) and 209359 Impressions (000s), respectively.

Life OK, Sab TV and Sony Entertainment Television bagged 164765 Impressions (000s), 149431 Impressions (000s) and 133861 Impressions (000s) respectively. 

Hindi GEC Urban 

Star Plus led the chart with 484812 Impressions (000s) followed by Colors on the second position with 421446 Impressions (000s). In week 12, Zee TV managed to grab the third slot with 318840 Impressions (000s) and pushed Sony Entertainment Television to the fourth spot. The channel registered  296003 Impressions (000s). 

Sab TV maintained its fifth spot with 290265 Impressions (000s). 

Life OK stood at number six with 253191 Impressions (000s). Sony Pal,  &TV and Rishtey bagged seventh, eighth and ninth slot with 165032 Impressions (000s), 140559 Impressions (000s) and 127618 Impressions (000s) respectively.

Star Utsav grabbed tenth spot  with 111069 Impressions (000s).

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