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BARC Ratings: Star Plus becomes the No.1 Hindi GEC third week in a row

18-February-2016
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BARC Ratings: Star Plus becomes the No.1 Hindi GEC third week in a row

In week 6 (6- 12 February, 2016) of the BARC Ratings, Star Plus maintained its lead third week in a row. Colors remained at No.2 followed by Zee TV at No.3 in week 6. Zee Anmol retained its No.4 spot. Star Utsav replaced Life OK to acquire the fifth spot.

Star Plus became the most watched channel third week in a row but the channel’s ratings declined from 724 million to 711 million in week 6.

Colors remained at No.2 with 689 million ratings. The channel had 713 million ratings in week 5.

Zee TV saw a marginal rise in the ratings from 684 million to 686 million in week 6 and stood at No.3.

Zee Anmol fetched 669 million ratings, higher than previous week’s 540 million and remained at No.4.

Star Utsav replaced Life OK to acquire the fifth spot with 437.5 million ratings. The channel had 355 million ratings in week 5.

Life OK slipped down to No.6 but saw a rise in the ratings from 425 million in week 5 to 437.2 million in week 6.

Sony Pal took a leap to the seventh spot from the ninth spot with 397 million ratings. The channel had 330 million ratings in week 5.

At No.8 stood Sony Entertainment Television with 349 million ratings. The channel was at No.7 with 338 million ratings in week 5.

DD National stood at No.9 with 348 million ratings.

Rishtey remained at No.10 with 343 million ratings which were 289 million in week 5.

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