“Terius Behind Me” Pulls Ahead Of The Competition In Viewership Ratings
On October 18, Nielsen Korea released the viewership ratings recorded for the dramas that aired on Wednesday night (October 17).
This week, MBC’s “Terius Behind Me” pulled ahead of the pack with nationwide ratings of 7.1 percent in the first half and 9.5 percent in the second half. The ratings were even higher in the metropolitan area at 7.7 and 9.8 percent. The highest rated moment in the episode clocked in at 11.2 percent, and the drama also got 3.5 and 4.8 percent in the target demographic of 20-49-year-olds.
The ratings for “Terius Behind Me” actually did not change significantly from last week, recording a 0.3 percent decrease in the first half and a 0.7 percent increase in the second half. However, its rival, SBS’s “Heart Surgeons,” dropped 1.7 and 1.4 percent from last week’s ratings to record 5.7 percent in the first half and 6.9 percent in the second half.
KBS’s “The Ghost Detective” came in third among the public broadcast network dramas with 2.3 percent in both parts, a 0.3 and 0.1 percent increase from last week.
On cable, tvN’s “The Smile Has Left Your Eyes” recorded nationwide ratings of 3.4 and metropolitan area ratings of 4.1 percent. Cable dramas, however, use a slightly different system for calculating viewership ratings.
You can watch “Heart Surgeons” here:
And “The Ghost Detective” here:
And “The Smile Has Left Your Eyes” here: