Drama Viewership Ratings For the Week 2022 Today
In today’s weekly drama viewership ratings, we can see that the popular shows continue to have the highest numbers. This week, the top shows include Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce) 3 and Thirty-Nine. However, there are still some shows that struggle to make a mark. Listed below are a few shows that have performed poorly this week. The next week’s ratings will likely show if these shows will survive or die.
This week’s Station 19 drama viewership ratings are below average for the third consecutive week. The show’s creator Stacy McKee was a writer and producer on the hit series Grey’s Anatomy. She also created the upcoming show, The Good Wife, which stars Jaina Lee Ortiz and Jason George. The series also stars Okieriete Onaodowan and Barrett Doss.
This drama follows the crew of a Seattle fire station. It’s created by the same team as Grey’s Anatomy and includes a spin-off character. The show’s tone and content are similar to Grey’s, with several fire emergencies per episode. It also involves characters dealing with pain and often interacting with children. A new Fire Chief, Michael Dixon, joins the team.
The show’s ratings are the best indicator of how likely a show will survive. Generally speaking, higher ratings are better. This is the case for Station 19 too. So, if the ratings of last night’s episode are not as good as the week’s, it’s time to think about whether or not the show is still a good choice. Despite these negative reviews, ABC has renewed the show for a sixth season. If you are interested in seeing how the show performs in the ratings, check out the official website.
As for Station 19, the ratings were not great, but they’re still pretty good. After all, the crossover between Grey’s and Station 19 will likely benefit both shows. While the ratings are down, the show’s popularity will be greatly enhanced when it returns in February 2022. So, there’s no reason to panic. The ratings will be a little lower than usual. But, that’s the beauty of television.
Koreans are watching the new Korean drama based on a popular webtoon called ‘Itaewon Class’. The drama follows a group of young people who open a bar-restaurant. This drama is the second highest rated show on JTBC and was recently awarded Best Drama Series at the 2021 Asian Television Awards. The show was also praised for its acting and is set to get a Japanese remake.
The story revolves around an ex-con who opens a street bar and seeks revenge on the family who killed his father. The drama has received a high viewership rating, and the demand for the show is forecast to rise to its highest level in three years. The ratings are based on a 60-day average and include all titles in the Romantic Drama genre in the U.S.
The series has been praised for the acting and storytelling of the main characters. IU has been noted for her role as the self-made businessman and is a good match for Kim Tae-hyung. The couple are best friends at first, but eventually become lovers. The show’s popularity comes from the chemistry between the two actors. Itaewon Class is a highly rated drama and it has won the hearts of many Koreans.
Itaewon Class has also gained popularity in Japan. The webtoon “Roppongi Class” gained popularity on Piccoma, a Japanese digital comic website. In Japan, ‘Itaewon Class’ ranked first on the Netflix network. The Japanese version of the webtoon will also air this summer. A remake of “Pretty Noona Who Buys Me Food” has also been announced by JTBC.
Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce) 3
If you’re wondering how viewers have responded to Season 3 of Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce), here are some key facts:
The ratings for the latest episode of “Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce)” topped those of the previous two seasons, according to Nielsen Korea. The March 19 episode landed at 8.4%, a personal record for the series. Meanwhile, tvN’s “Twenty Five, Twenty One” maintained the top spot in the time slot with a 9.2% average rating. That meant it was the number one show on all Korean TV channels for that week.
The next episode of Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce) is slated to air on April 23, 2022. It usually airs at 3:00 PM GMT, which is 10 am ET. Netflix is incredibly quick in releasing subtitles and distributing them. Episode 12 is 1 hour and six minutes long. For the next two episodes, Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce) will have the highest viewership ratings of all k-dramas.
The ratings of “Twenty-Five Twenty-One” and “Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce) 3 continued to increase from last week’s ratings, reaching best-ever 7.9%. The ratings for “A Superior Day” also rose from the previous week’s low of 1.0% to 7.9%. Another new drama, “Crazy Love,” premiered this week, and its premiere had good ratings.
The Thirty-Nine drama has received a high rating this week in Korea, according to the latest figures from FlixPatrol. The series follows the lives of three 39-year-old singles in Seoul. They’re all best friends and go on sabbaticals every year. The ratings for the first episode were very high, so the drama’s future is up in the air.
The show has remained on top despite slight dips in Wednesday-Thursday ratings. The final episode of JTBC’s popular “Thirty-Nine” attracted 8.1 percent, up from the 7.2 percent recorded in its last episode. “Kill Heel” and tvN’s “Sponsor” also scored well, rising to a 2.6 percent average nationwide rating.
“Thirty-Nine” started with 4% rating in Korea, which is still a very strong figure. The first episode aired on February 16 and got an average rating of 4.406 percent for the entire country. This week’s ratings are also higher in the metropolitan area, where the drama is broadcasted. It is scheduled to air in March and is directed by Park Chan-wook.
In Korea, the drama was a top-rated drama in the ratings. The drama beat out many popular dramas such as Twenty-Five Twenty-One, Forecasting Love and Weather, and The Bachelor. The show was shown on cable channels, so its ratings were not as strong as those from the public broadcaster. A cable channel usually has lower audience numbers. It is important to keep this in mind as you’re watching the Thirty-Nine drama.
It’s Beautiful Now
It’s Beautiful Now, a KBS drama that premiered on April 2nd, has topped the national television ratings for the week of March 26th. It has won over Young Lady and Gentleman, which premiered last fall and averaged a national rating of 22.7 percent. With two more weeks to go in the show’s run, it looks like it will be a winner from the start.
“Forecasting Love and Weather” finished the week with similar ratings as last week. The drama started at 4.5%, hit its highest ratings yet (4th episode) and finished with 7.3%. “It’s Beautiful Now” and “Tomorrow” each started on Friday and Sunday, and both had good ratings on their first days. Both dramas also broke their ratings records, breaking MBC’s record for Friday-Sunday premieres.