“100 Days My Prince” Sets New Record for tvN + Ratings For “Where Stars Land” And Other Monday-Tuesday Dramas

Five dramas are currently battling for viewership ratings on Monday and Tuesday nights!

On October 10, Nielsen Korea released the viewership ratings for the October 9 broadcasts of the latest lineup of Monday-Tuesday evening dramas.

SBS’s “Where Stars Land” achieved solid ratings of 7.2 percent and 9 percent, coming in first in its time slot among public broadcasting channels once again. KBS 2TV’s “Matrimonial Chaos” recorded 2.9 percent and 3.9 percent, while MBC’s “Bad Papa” got 2.8 percent and 3.2 percent.

JTBC’s “The Beauty Inside” is slowly increasing its viewership. It recorded a personal best record of 4.3 percent and succeeded in surpassing 4 percent in just four episodes. It previously saw viewership ratings in the 2 percent range for its first two episodes, and 3.5 percent for episode three.

tvN’s “100 Days My Prince” impressively surpassed 10 percent in viewership ratings. Although the manner in which ratings for public broadcasting and cable programs are calculated slightly differ, the show maintained its position as the No. 1 drama in its time slot across all public and paid networks.

Its October 9 broadcast achieved an average of 10.3 percent and peak ratings of 11.4 percent across all paid platforms (cable, satellite, IPTV), and set a new personal best record. This is also a new record for the best ratings achieved by a tvN Monday-Tuesday drama, beating the previous record of 9.9 percent viewership set by “Another Oh Hae Young.”

Notably, the cast of “100 Days My Prince” previously stated in a V Live broadcast that they would all dance together if they surpassed 10 percent in viewership ratings.

“100 Days My Prince” also received an average of 5.8 percent and a peak of 6.3 percent in tvN’s target audience of men and women in their 20s to 40s as well.

What is your favorite drama these days? Let us know below and check out the latest episode of “Where Stars Land” as well:

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