SET regains Hindi GEC crown in urban HSM for week 2 of BARC ratings

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MUMBAI: Sony Entertainment Television (SET) has become the top Hindi GEC in urban HSM, as per BARC India ratings for week 2 for the period ending 11th January. ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’ and ‘Super Dancer Chapter 3- Audition’ apart from the other prime-time fiction shows have aided the channel’s rise to the number 1 slot.

The competitive intensity in the urban HSM has risen sharply in the last few months with Star Plus, Colors, SET, and Zee TV vying for the top spot. All the four channels have had a shot at the top position.

Star Plus has dropped to the second spot while the rest of the table has remained unchanged.

Top 5 shows in Urban HSM

Colors’ ‘Fear Factor Khatron Ke Khiladi’ was the most watched show in urban HSM garnering 9.7 million impressions. ‘Naagin 3’ re-entered the table at the third position pushing ‘Super Dancer Chapter 3 – Auditions’ to the fourth position. Zee TV’s ‘Kundali Bhagya’ replaced Colors’ ‘Bigg Boss’ at the fifth spot.

Top 10 Hindi GECs in U+R HSM

SET jumped to the second position pushing Star Plus to the sixth position. Star Utsav grabbed the fifth position vacated by SET. Colors fell to the seventh position while Rishtey and Dangal TV swapped positions.

Top 5 shows in U+R HSM

Colors led the table with top two shows ‘Naagin 3’ and ‘Fear Factor Khatron Khiladi’ followed by Zee Anmol’s ‘Kumkum Bhagya’ and ‘Kundali Bhagya’. SET’s ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’ was at the fifth spot.

Top 10 Hindi GECs in Rural HSM

Dangal TV and Rishtey have moved one level up to the third and fourth positions respectively. Sony Pal has got pushed down to the fifth spot. Big Magic and Star Plus have dropped to ninth and tenth positions respectively while Colors has jumped to the eighth position.

Top 5 shows in Hindi GECs Rural HSM

Zee Anmol’s ‘Kandali Bhagya’ has re-entered the table at the second spot. Sony Pal’s ‘Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chasmah’ has exited the list. Dangal TV’s ‘Ramayan’ and Zee Anmol’s ‘Ek Main Aur Ek Tu’ have occupied the fourth and fifth positions respectively.


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