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BARC ratings: Colors regains top slot, Star Plus follows at No.2

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BARC ratings: Colors regains top slot, Star Plus follows at No.2

Colors is back on top to take the No.1 spot and has displaced leader Star Plus that had regained the top spot last week. In week 36 (September 5 – 11, 2015), the BARC ratings saw Colors ratings see a large rise and take the No.1 spot, despite Star Plus seeing a rise in its ratings too.

According to BARC ratings (HSM : NCCS All : Individuals : BARC India base - C&S 1Lac+) in top spot, Colors at No.1 saw its ratings see a large rise to 386 million in week 36 from 354 million last week.

Star Plus fell to No.2 spot despite its ratings increasing to 370 million this week from 355 million last week.

Zee TV at No.3 witnessed an increase to 263 million this week from 251 million in Week 35.

Life OK in Week 36 saw its ratings rise to 207 million from 195 million last week.

Sab TV was the only one to see a marginal decline in ratings this week to 177 million from 187 million last week. 


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