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Week 28 ratings: Colors surges ahead to claim No. 3 spot

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Week 28 ratings: Colors surges ahead to claim No. 3 spot

Week 28 saw viewership numbers of all GECs decline compared to last week, barring Colors which regained No. 3 position.

According to TAM data for week 28, Star Plus retained No. 1 position although it saw a decline, down from 704 million TVTs last week to 673 million TVTs this week.

Zee TV was at the second position with 425 million TVTs, while it had 479 million last week.

Colors was the only GEC which saw an increase in TVTs, from 320 million last week to 342 million this week.

Life OK dropped to fourth spot with 325 million TVTs, down from 348 million last week.

Sony was at No. 5 position in week 28. While it had 288 million TVTs last week, in week 28 it saw 279 million TVTs.

The bottom position went to SAB with 248 million TVTs, down from 276 million last week.


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