“Terius Behind Me” Achieves Its Highest Viewership Ratings Yet
MBC’s “Terius Behind Me” has set a new personal viewership record!
According to Nielsen Korea, the November 14 episode of the drama scored average nationwide ratings of 8.7 percent and 10.1 percent for its two parts, as well as viewership ratings of 9.7 percent and 11.1 percent in the Seoul metropolitan area.
Not only did “Terius Behind Me” take first place in its time slot across all channels, but it also achieved its highest viewership ratings yet, peaking at 13.0 percent during the episode. Additionally, the November 14 broadcast took first place among the key demographic of viewers ages 20 to 49, with whom it scored average ratings of 4.2 percent and 5.3 percent for the night.
SBS’s “Heart Surgeons” came in second place for the evening. The drama scored average nationwide ratings of 5.8 percent and 7.3 percent, along with ratings of 6.6 percent and 8.3 percent in the Seoul metropolitan area, and peaked at 9.12 percent for the night.
Meanwhile, KBS 2TV’s “Feel Good to Die” scored average nationwide ratings of 2.5 percent and 2.6 percent (2.2 percent and 2.6 percent in the Seoul metropolitan area).
As for cable network dramas (whose ratings are calculated slightly differently), the new season of OCN’s “God’s Quiz” premiered to solid viewership ratings, scoring an average of 1.9 percent and a peak of 2.3 percent. MBN’s “Love Alert” fared similarly, scoring an average viewership rating of 1.9 percent for the evening.
Check out the latest episode of “Heart Surgeons” here…
…the latest episode of “Feel Good to Die” here…
…and the latest episode of “Love Alert” below!