'KBC 6' opener gets record-breaking 6.1 rating
The show, which was originally telecast on Star Plus when it was launched in 2000, is being aired on Sony since 2010. This season has bagged the highest opening out of all three seasons on the channel.
While the episode aired September 7 received a 6.1 TVR, the episode aired on the following day earned a 5.3 TVR, according to television audience measuring agency TAM.
The show is said to have had the highest opening this year across all shows on all general entertainment channels, says Sneha Rajani, senior executive vice president and business head, SET.
"We were confident that viewers would really enjoy watching this season of 'Kaun Banega Crorepati'. The numbers more than corroborate this. We are really pleased with the opening week results and there is a lot more to look forward to on the show in the days to come," Rajani said in a statement.
"Overall, we are delighted at the performance of all our shows and over the next four to five weeks we aim to further consolidate our position," she added.
Produced by Big Synergy Media Ltd, this season of 'KBC' was launched at the weekend slot from Friday to Sunday. The opener saw a special rendition of a powerful narrative on knowledge, by Big B in his distinct baritone.
This season has already got its first crorepati in Manoj Kumar Raina from Kashmir.
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