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MNX, Zee Café continue to rule their genres
MUMBAI: MNX, the new name of Movies Now 2, was the week’s top English movie channel. The channel minted 3.17 million weekly impressions, a growth of 12.72%.
Movies Now maintained its position at No. 2 with 2.32 million weekly impressions, despite seeing a drop of 11.75%.
Star Movies moved up to the third spot with 2.11 million weekly impressions, while Sony Pix dropped to the fourth place with 2.08 million weekly impressions. HBO stayed at No. 5, according to BARC data for Week 29.
Top 5 movies
‘Never Say Never Again’ helped MNX top the English movie chart, while ‘Snakes on a Plane’, which also aired on MNX, entered the chart at No. 5.
‘Jurassic World’ on Sony Pix dropped to the second place. ‘Ice Age Collision Course’, which aired on Star Plus, was at No. 3. ‘The Fast and the Furious’ on Movies Now got the fourth place on the chart.
Top English general entertainment channels
Despite seeing a 6.89% drop in weekly impressions, Zee Cafe continued to rule the English GEC chart in Week 29. It collected 378,000 weekly impressions.
Comedy Central stayed at the second spot with 318,000 weekly impressions, a fall of 1.54% compared to the earlier week. The rest of the order remained unchanged.
Top 5 infotainment channels
History TV18 stayed at the top with 4.38 million weekly impressions, followed by Discovery Channel with 4.10 million weekly impressions.
NGC stayed at the third spot with 2.78 million weekly impressions. Nat Geo Wild climbed to the fourth rank with 2.36 million weekly impressions. Animal Planet dropped to No. 5 with 2.19 million weekly impressions.
Top 5 kids channels
Pogo TV climbed to the fourth rank with 65.94 million weekly impressions even as Sonic Nickelodeon dropped to the fifth spot with 62.15 million weekly impressions. The chart otherwise remained unchanged.