Overnights: Star Plus leads on Monday in UK; Geo TV back at No.2

'Ay Dil Tu Bata' on Geo TV

Star Plus led in UK ratings on Monday, while Geo TV jumped back to No.2, according to exclusive data obtained by BizAsiaLive.com.

Top 10 Asian TV channels on Monday in UK

BroadcasterShare (%)
1Star Plus0.15%
2Geo TV0.08%
3Sony TV0.06%
4Star Bharat0.03%
5Hum TV0.03%
6Hum Masala0.03%
7New Vision TV0.03%
8Dunya News0.03%
9PTC Punjabi0.03%
10ZEE TV0.02%


Star Plus’ biggest attractions on Monday were ‘Yeh Hai Mohabbatein’ at 19:30 with 74,600 viewers, followed by ‘Kullfi Kumarr Bajewala’ at 20:30 with 50,100 viewers, ‘Kasautii Zindagii Kay’ at 21:00 with 50,000 viewers, ‘Nazar’ at 22:00 with 49,800 viewers, ‘Mariam Khan’ at 19:00 with 45,000 viewers, ‘Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai’ at 18:30 with 44,700 viewers, ‘Krishna Chali London’ at 18:00 with 39,600 viewers, ‘Dhinchak Ishqbaaz’ at 20:00 with 35,700 viewers and ‘Karn Sangini’ at 21:30 with 29,800 viewers. The re-launched show ‘Tamanna’ at 15:00 pulled in 12,100 viewers.

On Geo TV, ‘Ay Dil Tu Bata’ at 19:30 was watched by 41,200 viewers, followed by ‘Tum Se Hi Taluq Hai’ at 20:00 with 34,200 viewers and ‘Beyreham’ at 19:00 with 34,100 viewers.

On Sony TV, ‘Patiala Babes’ fetched 25,500 viewers at 21:00, followed by ‘Crime Patrol’ at 22:00 with 24,000 viewers and ‘Ladies Special’ at 21:30 with 21,600 viewers.

On Hum TV, ‘Mere Khuwab Reza Reza’ pulled in 21,300 viewers at 21:00, followed by ‘Aatish’ at 20:00 with 12,600 viewers.

On Star Bharat, ‘Jiji Maa’ was top with 30,200 viewers, followed by ‘Kya Haal Mr Paanchal’ at 20:00 with 11,300 viewers.

For details on Colors and ZEE TV ratings on Monday, click here.

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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