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BARC Ratings: Zee Anmol retains No.1 spot, Colors replaces Star Plus to be No.2 in week 50

26-December-2015
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BARC Ratings: Zee Anmol retains No.1 spot, Colors replaces Star Plus to be No.2 in week 50

In week 50 (December 12-18, 2015) Zee Anmol continued its lead though, the channel saw a decline in the ratings from 779 million to 752 million. Colors acquired the No.2 spot replacing Star Plus to the No.3 spot. Zee TV and Star Utsav remained at their respective fourth and fifth spots like last week.

Colors, in week 50, garnered 725 million ratings, less than last week’s 746 million. The channel replaced last week’s No.2 Star Plus.

Star Plus slipped down to the No.3 spot with as a result of significant decline in the viewership ratings from 751 million to 707 million.

Zee TV held on to its No.4 spot like last week with 677 million ratings. Last week, the channel had 718 million ratings.

Star Utsav with 506 million viewership ratings stood at No.5. The channel witnessed a decline in the ratings from last week’s 568 million.

Life OK also lost some eyeballs with 438 million ratings, less than last week’s 474 million. And hence stood at No.6.

Sony Entertainment Television and Sony SAB retained their seventh and eighth spots with 365 million and 328 million ratings respectively in week 50.

The last two spots were acquired by Rishtey and Sony Pal with 272 million and 238 million ratings respectively.

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