TAM TV Ratings: Star Plus gains in week 36

MUMBAI: After witnessing continuous drop in ratings for a few weeks, Hindi general entertainment channel (GEC) Star Plus has registered a rise in the week 36 of TAM TV ratings. 

Maintaining its top spot, Star Plus garnered 218 GRPs as against the 211 GRPs in week 35.

With no change in the rankings, Colors remained at the second spot with 210 GRPs as against the 208 GRPs it registered the previous week.

Zee TV at number three saw a hike in its ratings. The channel while had registered 148 GRPs in week 35, went up to 158 GRPs in week 36.

Sab at the fourth spot recorded 131 GRPs, followed by Life OK with 108 GRPs. Sony Entertainment Television with 102 GRPs stayed at number six.

&TV acquired the seventh position with 58 GRPs as against 56 GRPs in week 35.

Amongst the top five programmes were Zee TV?s prime time show Kumkum Bhagya which led the chart with 4.09 TVR followed by Colors? prime time show Meri Aashiqui Tum Se Hi  in the second slot with 3.75 TVR. In the third and fourth slot were Colors? Swaragini and Chakrawartin Ashoka Samarat with 3.57 TVR and 3.29 TVR respectively.  Star Plus? Yeh Hai Mohabbatein grabbed the fifth position with 3.25 TVR.


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