In week 43 (October 24 – 30, 2015) of the BARC ratings for the Hindi GEC genre, DD National saw the largest decline during the week as a result of no telecast of the India-South Africa series due to a break before the test series resumes. Sony TV too saw a decline during the week. Zee Anmol continues to gain the maximum ratings in week 43.
According to BARC data HSM NCCS All India (U+R), Star Plus at No.1 spot saw its ratings increase to 786 million in week 43 from 734 million in week 42.
Zee Anmol at No.2 spot saw a large rise in ratings this week too, growing to 722 million this week from 651 million in week 42.
Colors slipped to No.3 spot in week 43 saw a marginal growth in ratings to 652 million from 650 million in week 42.
Zee TV at No.4 saw its ratings increase by large margin to 647 million from 595 million in week 42.
Life OK rose to No. 5 spot with a rise in ratings to 509 million in week 43 from 495 million last week.
Star Utsav slipped to No.6 position as its ratings increased to 496 million this week from 473 million last week.
Sab TV rose to No.7 spot this week from No.9 last week with ratings increasing to 374 million from 327 million in week 42.
DD National slipped to No.8 spot from No.5 spot last week with no India vs South Africa cricket matches being telecast during the week. This was seen as its ratings plummet to 365 million this week from 522 million last week.
Sony TV continued to see a decline as it slipped to No.9 spot from No.8 spot last week with ratings declining to 333 million from 348 million last week.
Rishtey at No.10 saw an increase in its ratings to 313 million in week 43 from 268 million in week 42.