Colors’ 'Naagin' retains top spot collectively and in urban markets @ BARC's Top 10 Shows Week 15
BARC India’s Week 15 (April 8–14, 2017) Top 10 Shows, again, saw the second season of ‘Naagin’, leading collectively, in urban, and in rural (on Rishtey) markets, fetching 11.3 million, 6.8 million, and 6.5 million impressions, respectively. The same show on Colors slipped to the seventh spot in the rural market with 4.4 million impressions.
‘Kumkum Bhagya’ on Zee TV retained its second spot in the overall market with 10 million impressions. It slipped to the fourth spot in the urban market with 5.6 million impressions. It slipped to the eighth spot in the rural market with 4.3 million impressions.
Star Plus’ ‘Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai’ maintained its third and second spot collectively and in urban market with 8.9 million and 6 million impressions, respectively.
Zee TV’s ‘Amul Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Little Champs’ moved up to fourth spot collectively with 8.7 million impressions. It took the sixth spot in the urban market with 5.1 million impressions.
‘Shakti - Astitva Ke Ehsaas Ki’ on Colors slipped to the sixth spot overall with 8.2 million impressions. It moved up to the third spot in the urban market with 5.7 million impressions.
Sony SAB’s ‘Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’ moved up to the seventh spot overall with 8 million impressions. It maintained its fifth spot in the urban market with 5.6 million impressions. The same show on Sony Pal slipped to the fourth spot in the rural market with 5.4 million impressions.
‘Ishqbaaz’ on Star Plus retained its eighth spot collectively with 7.4 million impressions. It moved up to the seventh spot in the urban market with 5 million impressions.
Zee Anmol’s ‘Jamai Raja’ made a surprise entry in the overall market at the ninth spot with 6.9 million impressions. It moved up to the third spot in the rural market with 5.5 million impressions.
Colors’ ‘Shani’ took the tenth spot overall with 6.8 million impressions. It moved up to the eighth spot in the urban market with 4.9 million impressions.
Colors’ ‘Udaan’ and ‘Sasural Simar Ka’ took the ninth and tenth spots in the urban market fetching 4.59 million and 4.52 million impressions, respectively.
Sony Pal’s ‘Baalveer’ moved up to the second spot in the rural market with 5.6 million impressions.
The position of ‘CID’ slipped to the fifth spot in the rural market with 5.3 million impressions.
‘Tashn-e-Ishq’ moved up to the ninth spot with 4.1 million impressions.
‘Mohe Rang Do Laal’ on Rishtey slipped to the tenth spot with 3.9 million impressions.
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