Overnights: Sunny Sunday impacts UK ratings

Raj Baddhan

Senior Editor


The glorious sunshine on Sunday in the UK, caused havoc in ratings with most channels struggling to garner any big viewership, according to exclusive data obtained by BizAsiaLive.com .

The biggest show on UK Asian TV was on Star Plus – ‘Yeh Hai Mohabbatein’ at 19:30 with 84,900 viewers, followed by ‘Saathiya’ at 19:00 with 59,800 viewers and ‘Mere Angne Mein’ at 18:00 with 57,000 viewers. ‘Nach Baliye 8’ at 20:00 attracted 45,000 viewers – nearly half of the audience it had when it launched a week ago.

On Colors, ‘Rising Star India’ at 21:00 topped ratings with 35,300 viewers, followed by ‘Chhote Miyan’ at 23:00 with 11,100 viewers and ‘Devanshi’ at 17:55 with 8,000 viewers.

On Rishtey, ‘Madhubala’ at 19:30 was watched by 28,800 viewers, followed by ‘Uttaran’ at 18:30 with 26,000 viewers and ‘Kairi’ at 19:00 with 16,000 viewers.

On &TV, ‘Aadhe Adhoore’ at 19:00 attracted 19,800 viewers, followed by movie ‘Khoobsurat’ at 12:00 with 5,900 viewers and ‘Prem Granth’ at 15:30 with 2,700 viewers.

On Sony SAB TV, ‘Jannat 2’ at 20:45 led with 9,300 viewers, followed by ‘Aamdani Atthani Karcha Rupaiya’ at 11:30 with 5,400 viewers and ‘Dhoom 2’ at 17:30 with 5,100 viewers.

On Hum TV, ‘Mere Qatil Mere Dildar’ at 21:00 pulled in 36,900 viewers, followed by ‘Kitni Girhain Baqi Hain’ at 22:00 with 21,400 viewers and ‘Sammi’ at 20:00 with 11,300 viewers.

On Geo TV, ‘Khan’ led with 10,500 viewers at 20:00.

Above data is an overnight rating supplied by Attentional – and may change slightly after consolidated figures become available in seven days from BARB.