“Through The Darkness” Pulls Ahead Of “Tracer” With No. 1 Ratings; “Snowdrop” And “Bulgasal” See Dip

SBS’s “Through the Darkness” soared to new heights last night!

On January 22, the new crime drama starring Kim Nam Gil achieved its highest viewership ratings to date. According to Nielsen Korea, the fourth episode of “Through the Darkness” scored an average nationwide rating of 8.2 percent, marking a new personal record for the show.

Notably, for the first time since its premiere, “Through the Darkness” managed to beat out MBC’s popular drama “Tracer,” which airs in the same time slot and earned an average nationwide rating of 7.8 percent for the night. “Through the Darkness” was also the most-watched miniseries of Saturday among the key demographic of viewers ages 20 to 49, with whom it surpassed an average rating of 5 percent.

Over on cable, JTBC’s “Snowdrop” dipped to an average nationwide rating of 2.5 percent for its latest episode, while tvN’s “Bulgasal” fell to an average rating of 3.7 percent and “Bad and Crazy” dropped to an average rating of 2.4 percent.

Meanwhile, TV Chosun’s hit drama “Uncle” climbed to a new all-time high in viewership, scoring a nationwide average of 8.9 percent for its latest episode.

Finally, KBS 2TV’s “Young Lady and Gentleman” successfully remained the most-watched program of Saturday with an average nationwide rating of 31.8 percent.

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