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Sony Pix climbs to the top after 15 weeks in BARC ratings

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MUMBAI: Sony Pix climbs to the top spot from the third position in the English movies genre with a hike in ratings for Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) week 47 all India ratings. Star Movies drops a slot from its pole position. Comedy Central stays on top in the English entertainment genre. Zee Cafe climbs two spots to the second position. In English movies genre, MNX drops two slots to the fourth position.

English Movies

Sony Pix tops the chart with 3134 impressions (000s) sum as compared to last week’s 2556 impressions (000s) sum. Sony Pix was on top in week 31 with 3100 impressions (000s) sum last time. Star Movies drops a slot to the second position with 3001 impressions (000s) sum compared to last week’s 3304 impressions (000s) sum. Movies Now climbs a spot to the third position with a slight increase in ratings with 2540 impressions (000s) sum. MNX, with a big drop, comes to the fourth position from second with 2150 impressions (000s) sum. HBO sits at fifth position with 1564 impressions (000s) sum.

Top shows in the genre were Jurassic Park on Movies Now followed by Apocalypto on Sony Six.

English Entertainment

Comedy Central, with a slight increase in ratings, comfortably sits at the top slot with 421 impressions (000s) sum. Zee Cafe climbs two slots to the second position with 347 impressions (000s) sum followed by Colors Infinity SD with 232 impressions (000s) sum. Star World, witnessing a deep fall in ratings, drops two slots to the fourth position with 194 impressions (000s) sum as compared to 328 impressions (000s) sum last week. AXN stays in the fifth position with 153 impressions (000s) sum.

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