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Sony Pix, Cartoon Network & NGC move up to No. 2 in respective genres

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Sony Pix, Cartoon Network & NGC move up to No. 2 in respective genres

The pecking orders of three genres—English movies, infotainment and kids—changed in Week 35 with the top three channels in each of the genres seeing a shuffle.


English movie channels

In the English movie genre, Sony Pix moved up to No. 2. A similar move was seen in the kids and infotainment genres where Cartoon Network and National Geographic also moved up a spot respectively.

As per BARC data for the week ended 4 September, Movies Now held on to its leadership in the English movie genre after seeing a jump in viewership.

Meanwhile, previous week’s No. 2 channel Star Movies was the only channel among the top three in the English movie genre to see a dip in ratings during Week 35. Thus, it slipped to No. 3, while Sony Pix managed to come second.

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Top five movies

Unlike the previous week, Week 35 had a mix of movies on various movie channels. Interestingly, Sony Pix, which saw a rise in viewership, had no movie in the list during the week.

The top spot once again went to Movies Now for its airing of ‘Fast and Furious 6’. Star Movies took second place with ‘The Mummy’.

Zee Studio attained the third spot on the chart by virtue of ‘How to Train Your Dragon’, while Star Movies was back to take the fourth spot with the movie ‘Cars’.

Movies Now grabbed the fifth spot by airing ‘Modern Times’.

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Kids

The pecking order of the kids channels also changed in Week 35, with Cartoon Network seeing a surge in ratings that propelled it to the second spot.

Meanwhile, sister channel Pogo saw a drop in viewership, which made it slip to the third position.

Nick continued to grow in terms of week-on-week viewership and strengthened its numero uno position in the genre.

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Infotainment

Once again, National Geographic moved up to the No. 2 spot in the infotainment genre on the back of improved ratings.

History TV18 saw a big drop in viewership during the week, which pushed it down to the third spot.

Nevertheless, genre leader Discovery also witnessed a drop in its ratings during the week.

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English entertainment

The pecking order of the English entertainment channels remained unchanged during the week, with Zee Café continuing its lead despite a drop in viewership.

Second-placed AXN also saw a drop in ratings, while Colors Infinity SD was the only channel among the top three to see a marginal increase in viewership during the week.

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I am expecting Colors Infinity to take the second spot by next week
 

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Can Fx and CC ever come in top 3 ?

 

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ABCDEFGH said:
Can Fx and CC ever come in top 3 ?

Honestly i don't think so.

FX is available on very high-end packs ; so minimum viewership expected.
We can watch its shows on Star World after few months also.

Comedy Central needs popular sitcoms.
Too many crap shows ; Late night talk, Impractical Jokers & Carbanaro effect :wall:wall ; Do I need to say more :shy

Star World, AXN, Zee Cafe & Infinity will fight for Top 3 :k
I'm not interested in FX & CC anymore :dodgy
 

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Chinmay Kore said:
Because That time Tata Sky added Comedy Central HD

Tata Sky added cc :hd on 1st July
And the ratings were counted from 20th June to 26th June
 
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