“Our Blues” Remains No. 1 In Time Slot As Saturday Drama Ratings Fall Across The Board

Viewership ratings for Saturday dramas dipped across the board last night!

On April 16, the third episode of tvN’s new drama “Our Blues” scored an average nationwide rating of 7.9 percent (according to Nielsen Korea). Despite the overall fall in drama ratings, “Our Blues” managed to maintain its nationwide average of 4.0 percent among the key demographic of viewers ages 20 to 49, with whom it remained first place in its time slot.

Meanwhile, JTBC’s new drama “My Liberation Notes” dipped to an average nationwide rating of 2.6 percent for its own third episode.

SBS’s new drama “Again My Life” earned an average nationwide rating of 7.0 percent for its fourth episode, while MBC’s “Tomorrow” scored an average rating of 2.7 percent in the same time slot.

TV Chosun’s “Love (ft. Marriage and Divorce) 3” fell to an average nationwide rating of 8.4 percent for its latest episode, while KBS’s “The King of Tears, Lee Bang Won” dipped to an average rating of 9.3 percent nationwide.

Finally, despite a decrease in viewership, KBS 2TV’s “It’s Beautiful Now” successfully remained the most-watched program to air on any channel on Saturday with an average nationwide rating of 21.0 percent.

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