Campaign India Team
Jan 04, 2012

GEC Ratings: Colors moves back to number two spot in Week 53

Star Plus continues to rule, Sony slips to number three

GEC Ratings: Colors moves back to number two spot in Week 53


In Week 53, as per the TAM Peoplemeter, Star Plus continued as the leader among Hindi GECs with 325 GRPs, although it dropped from 344 GRPs in Week 52.

Colors moved up to the number two spot, on the back of Colors Golden Petal Awards and Balika Vadhu. The channel registered 256 GRPs in Week 53, as compared to 218 in Week 52.

Sony slipped to the number three spot, inspite of moving up from 235 GRPs in Week 52, to 240 in Week 53.

Zee TV fell from 208 GRPs to 194 in Week 53.

Sab earned 113 GRPs (122 in Week 52); Life OK 74 GRPs (87 in Week 52); Imagine 72 GRPs (67 in Week 52); Sahara One 35 GRPs (39 in Week 52).

The top ten programmes of Week 53 were:

Rank Channel Programme Air Date TVR
Star Plus

Saathiya Saath Nibhana

2 Star Plus Diya Aur Baati Hum    27/12/11 6.00
3 Colors


Colors Golden Petal Awards

25/12/11 4.98
4 Colors

Balika Vadhu 

28/12/11 4.92
5 Star Plus

Big Star Entertainment Awards 11-12

31/12/11 4.63
6 Star Plus Ek Hazaron Mein Meri Behna Hai  27/12/11 4.33
7 Sony Entertainment TV


30/12/11 4.19
8 Star Plus Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai  27/12/11 4.12
9 Star Plus

Is Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon

27/12/11 4.09
10 Sony Entertainment TV


Crime Patrol

30/12/11 3.91

Source: TAM Peoplemeter System
TG: CS 4+ yrs
Market: Hindi Speaking Market
Period: Wk 53 (Dec 25 to Dec 31) 2011

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