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Top 10 Fiction,Non-Fiction,Channel List |Starplus Tops in TRP's|Fearfile top in Serial

Top 10 Fiction,Non-Fiction,Channel List |Starplus Tops in TRP's|Fearfile top in Serial
Zee TV was the largest gainer among the Hindi general entertainment channels (GECs) within the week ended 1 May, due to its latest weekend property, ‘Fear Files’. The channel, however, lagged behind Life OK to occupy the No. four spot.

As per BARC data for Week seventeen, ‘Fear Files’ opened on Saturday with 5.two TVRs and a reach of 11.eight per cent. Time spent per viewer (TSV) was 26.four minutes. The Sunday episode of the show also fetched four.six TVRs with a reach of 10.five per cent and a TSV of 26.three minutes.

On the fiction front, Zee TV’s top-rated show ‘Kumkum Bhagya’ saw a spurt in its viewership. The show clocked a median TVR of 5.four, compared to 4.9 TVR within the previous week. Zee TV’s other shows, ‘Qubool Hai’, ‘Satrangi Sasural’, and ‘Doli Armanon Ki’ conjointly saw increase in viewership and the channel added forty GRPs (gross rating points).

Star Plus gained twenty eight GRPs on the back of a sturdy fiction line-up. Six of its properties rated among the prime 10 fiction shows of the week because it stayed because the No. 1 Hindi GEC.
Top 10 Fiction,Non-Fiction,Channel List |Starplus Tops in TRP's|Fearfile top in Serial
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Colors, the second ranked Hindi GEC, incurred a drop of twenty five GRPs as its entire fiction line-up, excluding ‘Meri Aashiqui Tumse Hi’, saw a drop in average viewership. At the third place was Life OK with a gain of 11 GRPs.

The channel’s newest show, ‘Piya Rangrezz’ (Monday–Friday, 9 pm), launched within the week, opened with a pair of.3 TVRs. It ended the week with a mean of one.6 TVRs. Prime Non-fiction shows Whereas Zee TV’s ‘Fear Files’ topped, Colors occupied the next two positions within the non-fiction slot.

Different versions of Life OK’s crime show ‘Savdhaan India’ continued to be among the week’s top non-fiction shows. For Star Plus, ‘Nach Baliye 7' opened on Sunday with a pair of.39 TVR. It had a reach of 16.four per cent and a TSV of 29.4 minutes.
Top 10 Fiction,Non-Fiction,Channel List |Starplus Tops in TRP's|Fearfile top in Serial

Hindi GEC hierarchy  

This is how the different channels in the Hindi GEC genre stacked up.
Top 10 Fiction,Non-Fiction,Channel List |Starplus Tops in TRP's|Fearfile top in Serial

Reach Life OK continued to own the maximum reach (72percent), followed by Colors (71p.c), Zee TV (seventy one%), Star Plus (70p.c), SET (sixty two%), SAB (fifty threepercent) and &TV (46p.c).

Time spent per viewer Star Plus had a TSV of 22a pair of minutes, followed by Colors with 176 minutes, Life OK with 156 minutes, Zee TV with 148 minutes, SAB at 133 minutes, SET at 107 minutes and &TV at sixty four minutes.

Meanwhile, uncertainty over whether BARC would unharness the TV viewership information on Wednesday prevailed in the morning. The Ministry of Info and Broadcasting (MIB) had asked BARC to refrain from releasing the information till it gets registered with the ministry. Talks continued with the MIB officials. 
Then BARC CEO Partho Dasgupta tweeted that the information would be released by 3 pm.

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