Overnights: ‘Bigg Boss 12’ leads on Sunday in UK but Sony TV tops

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In a surprise victory for B4U Movies, the Bollywood movie channel claimed the No.1 position in UK ratings on Sunday.

Colors’ reality show ‘Bigg Boss 12’ was the most watched show on Asian television on Sunday, however, it was Sony Entertainment Television that took pole position amongst entertainment channels, according to exclusive data obtained by BizAsiaLive.com .

While, Rishtey Cineplex took the No.1 position overall after the premiere of ‘Padmaavat’ (Read here), it was Sony TV that claimed victory with a share of 0.09%. ‘Comedy Circus’ repeat at 14:30 was watched by 31,300 viewers, followed by ‘Indian Idol 10’ with 30,900 viewers at 20:00 and ‘Indian Idol 10′ repeat at 13:00 with 21,400 viewers.

Colors’ share was at 0.07% with ‘Bigg Boss 12’ leading with 36,300 viewers at 21:00, followed by repeat of ‘Bigg Boss 12’ at 18:00 with 22,000 viewers and ‘Naagin 3′ at 20:00 with 11,300 viewers.

Star Plus’ ‘Dil Hai Hindustani’ final episode was watched by 15,900 viewers, followed by movie ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ at 13:00 with 13,100 viewers and ‘Food Food Maha Challenge’ at 19:00 with 12,200 viewers.

Geo TV was top Urdu entertainment channel with a share of 0.04%. The channel’s top attractions were ‘Beti Jaisi’ repeat at midday with 12,700 viewers, followed by repeat of ‘Rubaru Ishq Tha’ at 11:00 with 9,700 viewers and ‘Ghar Titli Ka Par’ at 20:00 with 9,400 viewers.

Hum TV’s share was at 0.02% with ‘Humsafar’ at 21:00 delivering 18,600 viewers, followed by ‘Tajeed-e-Wafa’ at 20:00 with 7,200 viewers.

ZEE TV’s films ‘Vivah’ and ‘Fukrey Returns’ led with 5,100 viewers and 4,700 viewers at 12:30 and 16:00 respectively.

&TV’s second episode of ‘Love Me India’ pulled in 1,30 viewers.

Please note: Above data is overnight figures, which may change slightly after seven days when consolidated data has been accounted for. BizAsiaLive.com publishes consolidated figures every Monday.

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