BARC week 12: Star Plus tops the Hindi GEC while DD National's ICC World T20 dominates top 5 programmes

MUMBAI: Star Plus continued to lead the Hindi general entertainment channels(GEC) genre while among the top five programmes, DD National’s ICC World T20 match beat Colors’ Naagin’ in week 12 of Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) India ratings.

Star Plus continued to lead  with 710064 Impressions’ 000 followed by Colors grabbing the second  position with 657379 Impressions’ 000, according to week 12.

Zee TV stood at third position with  613620 Impressions’ 000 while  Zee Anmol bagged the fourth position with 568682 Impressions’ 000.  Sony Pal  secured the fifth spot with 533954 Impressions’ 000 followed by Star Utsav with 519207 Impressions’ 000 on the sixth slot.

DD National stood at seventh position with 517653 Impressions’ 000, followed by Life OK and  Rishtey on eighth and ninth spotS with 468788 Impressions’ 000 and 433109 Impressions’ 000 respectively.

 Sab TV was in the tenth spot with 387634 Impressions’ 000 while Sony Entertainment Television  exited the top ten Hindi GEC list.

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