“Voice 3” Premieres To Higher Ratings Than Season 2 Finale
OCN’s “Voice 3” is off to a strong start!
The third season of the popular drama “Voice,” which revolves around an emergency call center and the employees who attempt to fight crime using the limited information from the urgent calls they receive, aired its highly-anticipated premiere on May 11.
According to Nielsen Korea, the May 11 premiere of “Voice 3” scored an average viewership rating of 3.2 percent nationwide. Although it didn’t fare as well as the premiere of “Voice 2,” which scored an average rating of 3.9 percent for its first broadcast, its ratings marked a substantial increase from the season finale of “Voice 2,” which scored a nationwide average of 2.5 percent.
Meanwhile, KBS 2TV’s hit weekend drama “Mother of Mine” continued its reign over Saturday and Sunday nights, scoring average ratings of 22.3 percent and 26.9 percent for the evening. SBS’s historical drama “Nokdu Flower” scored average ratings of 8.1 percent and 9.1 percent for the night, while MBC’s new spy drama “Different Dreams” followed with ratings of 5.5 percent, 6.4 percent, 5.7 percent, and 6.1 percent for its four parts.
In the cable network realm, tvN’s “Confession” scored an average rating of 4.8 percent, while JTBC’s school violence drama “Beautiful World” set a new personal record with an average of 4.6 percent for the night.
If you haven’t already seen it, you can check out the first season of “Voice” with English subtitles below!