‘Junior MasterChef’ on Star Plus remained the most dominant show on UK Asian television at the weekend, according to exclusive data obtained by BizAsia.
The children’s reality TV show, which airs at 21:00, pulled in 99,400 viewers on Saturday and a further 110,200 viewers were glued in on Sunday at the same time. Crime thriller ‘Arjun’ was in second place with 90,000 on Saturday and 97,600 viewers on Sunday.
On Colors, ‘Comedy Nights With Kapil’ on Saturday night got 70,700 viewers, while the Sunday edition was slightly down with 46,300 viewers. ‘Bigg Boss’ on Saturday night was watched by 53,200 viewers, which saw the exit of Rajat Rawail from the famous house. The Sunday edition with special guest Anil Kapoor was viewed by 91,100 viewers.
The World TV Premiere of ‘Raanjhanaa’ on Colors last night at 18:00 enticed 32,700 viewers – peaking at 55,500 viewers. The film stars Dhanush and Sonam Kapoor.
On Star Life Ok, ‘Shapath’ on Saturday night was top with 18,800 viewers (7,500 viewers on Sunday), while ‘Savdhaan India’ continued to dominate with 8,700 viewers on Saturday and 12,200 viewers on Sunday.
On Rishtey, Pakistani drama ‘Maat’ continues to be the weekend topper for the channel with 37,500 viewers on Saturday and a further 50,300 viewers on Sunday. The premiere of zombie thriller ‘Go Goa Gone’ on Saturday night was less popular with just 7,700 viewers at 21:30.
Above data is an overnight rating ��� and may change slightly after consolidated figures become available in seven days from BARB.