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SBS "Giant" remains on top of weekly chart for sixth week

2010/11/15 | 820 views | Permalink | Source

SBS TV series "Giant" [SBS]

SBS TV series "Giant" remained undefeatable on weekly TV charts for the six straight week, statistics by research firms showed on Monday.

SBS' "Giant" that tells of cutthroat competition existing in the world of business through the story of three siblings marked 30.1 percent in average rating last week, according to Total National Multimedia Statistics (TNmS) survey from November 8 to 14.

Occupying second place was the KBS2 weekend variety show "Happy Sunday" whose average stood at 26.8 percent. The program has been enjoying wide popularity throughout the nation with its two segments "Two Days and One Night" and "What Makes a Man".

KBS2 drama "Marry Me, Please" ("All About Marriage") scored an average mark of 22.5 percent last week, sliding down from second to third place on the chart. Its rating is also a drop from the previous week's 26.5 percent.

Meanwhile, media research company AGB Nielson Media Research also placed "Giant" at No. 1 but with average viewership rating of a slightly lower 29.6 percent.

KBS2 drama "Marry Me, Please" ("All About Marriage") came in second with an average mark of 27.4 percent followed by SBS drama "Daemul - Big Thing" with 26.2 percent.

TV ratings for the week of November 8-14, 2010 [TNmS (Total National Multimedia Statistics)]

Reporter : Heidi Kim heidikim@
Editor : Jessica Kim jesskim@
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