Kim Nam Gil’s “Through The Darkness” Premieres To Promising Ratings As “Tracer” Soars To New All-Time High
SBS’s new drama “Through the Darkness” has joined the weekend ratings fray!
Based on a book co-written by South Korea’s real-life first criminal profiler, “Through the Darkness” is set in the late 1990s and stars Kim Nam Gil as a pioneering profiler who struggles to read the minds of serial killers.
On January 14, the new drama got off to a solid start: according to Nielsen Korea, the premiere of “Through the Darkness” scored an average nationwide rating of 6.2 percent.
Meanwhile, MBC’s “Tracer” achieved its highest viewership ratings yet with its third episode, which earned a nationwide average of 8.6 percent and remained the most-watched Friday-Saturday drama of the evening.
Finally, tvN’s “Bad and Crazy” rose to an average nationwide rating of 3.4 percent for its latest episode.
Did you tune in to the premiere of “Through the Darkness”? Share your first impressions with us in the comments below!
“Through the Darkness” will soon be available to watch on Viki. In the meantime, check out a teaser for the drama with English subtitles here: