“Little Women” Achieves Its Highest Saturday Ratings Yet + “One Dollar Lawyer” Hits New All-Time High Among Younger Viewers
tvN’s “Little Women” is on the rise!
On October 1, “Little Women” achieved its highest viewership ratings to date for a Saturday, when its ratings are typically lower compared to Sundays. According to Nielsen Korea, the drama scored an average nationwide rating of 7.3 percent, taking first place in its time slot across all channels (including public broadcast networks).
Meanwhile, SBS’s “One Dollar Lawyer” similarly took first place in its own time slot with an average nationwide rating of 12.0 percent for its fourth episode. The new drama starring Namgoong Min was also the most-watched program of the entire day among the key demographic of viewers ages 20 to 49, with whom it reached a new all-time high of 4.6 percent.
MBC’s “The Golden Spoon,” which airs in the same time slot as “One Dollar Lawyer,” fell slightly to an average nationwide rating of 5.1 percent for its own fourth episode.
tvN’s “Blind” rose to an average nationwide rating of 2.8 percent for the night, while JTBC’s new drama “The Empire” dipped to a nationwide average of 1.9 percent for its third episode.
Finally, KBS 2TV’s new drama “Three Bold Siblings” remained the most-watched program to air on any channel on Saturday, earning an average nationwide rating of 18.5 percent for its third episode.
Which of these new weekend dramas have you checked out? Let us know in the comments!
Watch full episodes of “The Empire” with subtitles here…
…and “Three Bold Siblings” below!