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‘Garnier Fructis Jodi No. 1’ gives Vijay TV a high

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‘Garnier Fructis Jodi No. 1’ gives Vijay TV a high

Following ‘Airtel Super Singer’ and ‘Hutch Kalakkapovathu Yaaru,’ the newly launched reality show, ‘Garnier Fructis Jodi No. 1’, has opened with an impressive 5.1 TVR in Chennai and 6.6 TVR among females.

According to TAM, the channels’ shares available for overall Tamil Nadu are: Vijay 14.4 per cent, Jaya TV 2.7 per cent, while Raj TV has 2.0 per cent share. Among the female audience, Vijay has a 14.9 per cent share, followed by Jaya TV 2.7 per cent and Raj TV 1.7 per cent.

“I am glad to hear that our show of the season has got a terrific start. For ‘Jodi No. 1’ I am sure now there is no turning back,” said Ravinath Menon, General Manager, Vijay Television.

He further said, “Jodi No. 1 will also serve as an effective promotional vehicle for the overhaul change we are bringing to our weekday prime time slot from October 30. Promos of all the new four shows that we are launching on October 30 will be aired throughout ‘Jodi No. 1’ episodes.”


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