India Ratings: Star Plus & Sony TV lead in Urban sector

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Just like the UK, Star Plus and Sony Entertainment Television continued to lead in latest India ratings for the Urban sector, according to BARC India data for Week 41 of 2018.

Star Plus remained on top by delivering 486.397 million Impressions, followed by Sony TV with 456.007 million Impressions and ZEE TV rising to third with 416.701 million Impressions. Colors dropped to No.4 with 408.400 million Impressions and Star Bharat next with 358.832 million Impressions.

The top rated shows in the Urban sector were ‘Naagin 3’ on Colors with 9.056 million Impressions, followed by ‘Kundali Bhagya’ on ZEE TV with 7.469 million Impressions and ‘Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai’ on Star Plus with 7.312 million Impressions.

ZEE Anmol was the biggest Hindi entertainment channel in the Rural sector with 660.152 million Impressions, followed closely by Star Utsav with 631.126 million Impressions and Sony Pal with 428.047 million Impressions. At No.4, Star Bharat clocked up 389.642 million Impressions and Dangal TV next with 352.157 million Impressions.

The top rated shows in the Rural sector were ‘Kumkum Bhagya’ on ZEE Anmol with 10.610 million Impressions, followed by ‘Zindagi Ki Mehek’ on ZEE Anmol with 9.065 million Impressions and ‘Rabba Ve’ on Star Utsav with 6.916 million Impressions.

For the first time in months, Star Utsav became the overall leader in combined Urban and Rural data with 868.404 million Impressions, followed by ZEE Anmol with 804.142 million Impressions and Star Bharat with 748.473 million Impressions. Star Plus was in fourth with 705.121 million Impressions and ZEE TV in fifth with 681.698 million Impressions.

The top rated shows in combined data were ‘Naagin 3’ on Colors with 13.406, followed by ‘Kumkum Bhagya’ on ZEE Anmol with 12.701 million Impressions and ‘Kundali Bhagya’ on ZEE TV with 12.339 million Impressions.

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