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Zee TV's Mother's Day special program 'Shukriya Maa' takes slot up by 57%

26-May-2016
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Zee TV's Mother's Day special program 'Shukriya Maa' takes slot up by 57%

In week 19 of BARC ratings, (7-13 May, 2016) The World Television Premier of Katmundu’ benefitted the channel Colors Bangla taking the  slot up by 11 times.

The Premiere of ‘MasterChef Australia – Season 8’ took the slot up of Star World many fold.

The first episode of Star Plus’ new show ‘Jaana Na Dil Se Door’ also garnered higher impressions for the slot.

Detailed report is as below-

The first episode of new show ‘Jaana Na Dil Se Door’ on Star Plus on   Monday17:30-18:00  took the slot up by 31 per cent. The impressions rose from 1,669 (prev.13 weeks average) to 2,182 in week 19.

The World Television Premier of ‘Katmundu’ on Colors Bangla took the Sunday18:00- 20:48slot up by 11 times. The impressions rose from 20 in week 18 to 221 in week 19.

Mother’s Day special program ‘Shukriya Maa’ took Zee TV’s Sunday : 17:30 - 20:30 slot up by 57%. The impressions saw a hike from 1,359 (prev.13 weeks average) to 2,136 in week 19.

Premiere of ‘MasterChef Australia – Season 8’ on Star World took Monday : 21:00 – 22:40 slot up by 6.5 times. The ratings rose from 0.20 in week 18 to 1.30 in week 19.

The telecast of ‘Hero Federation Cup 2015/16 Live - Mohun Bagan vs Shillong Lajong FC’ on Ten2 took Sunday 18:55-20:55 slot up by 27 times.  The ratings rose from 7 in week 18 to 187 in week 19.

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