Sun retains No. 1 spot; Zee Cinema, Star Gold enter top 10 list across genres: BARC week 5

MUMBAI: Witnessing a spike in ratings, Sun TV with 1027311 (‘000s) continued to hold its top position across genres in week 5 as per BARC India All India (U+R) : 4+ Individuals.


On the other hand, Hindi general entertainment channel Star Plus also continued to hold its place in the second spot with 773808 (‘000s) in week 5 as compared to last week’s 763739 (‘000s).


Colors, which had dropped down to the third position in week 4, held its spot with 756373 (‘000s) and also saw an increase in ratings from last week’s 745916 (‘000s).


Witnessing a drop in ratings from last week, both Zee TV with 736837 (‘000s) and its FTA sister channel Zee Anmol with 541811 (‘000s) managed to retain their positions in the fourth and fifth spots respectively.


Climbing up the charts this week was ETV Telugu with 448885 (‘000s), which came up to the sixth position in week 5 as compared to last week’s eighth place.


Rising up to the seventh place this week was Life OK with 440315 (‘000s) from its ninth spot in week 4.


New entrants in the Top 10 channels list across genres in week 5 were movie channels Zee Cinema with 432528 (‘000s) in the eighth spot and Star Gold with 416222 (‘000s) in the ninth place.


Sony Max, which was in the seventh place in week 4 dropped to the bottom of the list at number 10 in week 5 with 390616 (‘000s) and also witnessed considerable drop in ratings from last week’s 468771 (‘000s).


Bowing out from the charts in week 5 were Star Utsav and Sony Pal, which were in the sixth and tenth slot respectively in week 4.

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