Disney's 'Doraemon' second most watched program: BARC Kids week 6

MUMBAI: Week 6 proved to be a considerably good one for channels in the kids genre in terms of viewership. Viacom18’s Nick stayed strong in its top position as per Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) India’s all India (U+R) data in NCCS All 4-14 Individuals category.

With 81634 (000s sums) ratings, Nick saw a considerable jump from last week’s ratings of 77521 (000s sums).

Pogo TV overtook Cartoon Network for the second position in the chart with a viewership rating of 57635 (000s sums), followed by Cartoon Network, which secured 54735 (000s sums) ratings.

Hungama with 54535 (000s sums) ratings jumped one spot to perch at the fourth spot, while Disney Channel dropped down one place to the fifth spot with 52422 (000s sums).

Among the top five most watched programs in the kids genre, Nick’s Motu Patlu Kungfu Kings continued to rule the number one spot with 876 (000s sums) ratings.

Disney Channel’s Doraemon The Movie: Toofani Adventure with 652 (000s sums) maintained its second position and was followed by Pogo TV 's Chhota Bheem & Krishna: Pataliputra - City of the Dead with 615 (‘000s sums) in the third spot.

Nick’s flagship teen show Shiva secured the fourth spot with ratings of 515 (000s sums). The fifth spot was yet again dominated by Pogo TV’s Chhota Bheem Aur Ganesh In The Amazing Odyssey with 514 (000s sums) ratings.

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