Series News The ratings of Bir Küçük Gün Işığı and Veda Mektubu are ringing alarm bells!

The ratings of Bir Küçük Gün Işığı and Veda Mektubu are ringing alarm bells!


The rating competition of the strong series continues on Monday evenings. It was seen that the Alparslan series, whose 50th episode was broadcast on the TRT1 screen on Monday, April 3, won first place in all audience groups, as it has been for 2 years. It should be said that although there is a slight regression in the ratings of the series, it still stands out as the production that collects the most viewers.

On Monday evening, the TV series Ömer was broadcast on Star TV with its 11th episode. The series, which ranked second after Alparslan in the AB and ABC1 groups and maintains its strong position, is in the fourth place in the all-person category.

The 170th episode of the Yasak Elma (Forbidden Apple) series, which will make its final at the end of May, has been published. It did not go unnoticed that the ratings of the series, which went towards the end, were above the average. While the series ranked fourth in AB and ABC1 groups on the evening of April 3, it finished the day in fifth place in all people.

Alarm bells are ringing in the ratings of ATV’s Bir Küçük Gün Işığı (A Little Sunshine), which made a good debut at the beginning of the season. As the season approached, the audience for the series dwindled considerably.

A troubled process started with the ratings that were below the average in the category of all people. The 28th episode of the series, which was broadcast, was eighth in all people, while it finished the day 30th in the AB and 17th in ABC1.

Despite Kanal D’s strong story and effective cast, it seems that he could not find the ratings he expected from the Veda Mektubu (Farewell Letter) series. The rates that keep coming in below average are annoying. Although it finished the day fifth in the AB group, it was 13th in all people and 12th in the ABC1 group.