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BARC Ratings: Colors bounces back to the No.1 spot in week 7

26-February-2016
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BARC Ratings: Colors bounces back to the No.1 spot in week 7

As per week 7 (13-19 February, 2016) of the BARC data, Colors bounced back to the top spot with 716 million ratings after being on the second spot for three weeks. Star Plus slipped down to the second spot whereas, Zee TV and Zee Anmol remained at No.3 and No.4 spots respectively. Life OK replaced Star Utsav to acquire the fifth spot in week 7.

Colors staged a comeback and acquired the No.1 spot in week 7 with 716 million ratings replacing Star Plus. The channel had 689 million ratings in the previous week.

Star Plus, at No.2, fetched 692 million ratings which were 711 million in week 6.

Zee TV remained at No.3 with 666 million ratings, less than previous week’s 686 million ratings.

At No.4 stood Zee Anmol with 656 million ratings. The channel had 669 million ratings in week 6.

Life OK which was at No.6 in week 6 climbed a step up to the fifth spot with 465 million ratings. The channel had 437.2 million ratings in week 6.

Star Utsav slipped down to the sixth spot with 446 million ratings which were 437.5 million in the previous week.

Sony Pal remained at No.7 also with 433 million ratings. The channel had 397 million in week 7.

Rishtey took a leap from the tenth spot to the eighth spot in week 7 with 371 million ratings. The channel saw a rise in ratings from 343 million in week 6.

Sony SAB came back into the top ten list at No.9 in week 7 with 355 million ratings.

Sony TV lost eyeballs and hence slipped to the last spot in the top ten list with 336 million ratings which were 349 in week 6.

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