C-drama Ratings and Celeb Rankings (week starting Mar 25)

nice to meet you
CSM55 Cities + Online

All Is Well impresses with CSM55 ratings over 2% on the two channels that aired its finale last Monday. Nice To Meet You takes over for the rest of the week as the new ratings leader on TV. Pushing Hands starring Jia Nailiang and Wang Ou briefly brushes past 1% and averages at 0.965% on its premiere week. 

Meanwhile, Youth Fight has fared much better on its second week with TV ratings also close to 1%. It has also jumped to second place online. Zheng Shuang has received praise for improved acting and makes the top 10 list. Other new entries on the top 10 dramas including The Brightest Star in the SkyPushing Hands and Cold Case. Veteran actor Ni Dahong finally joins the rest of his All Is Well family among the top 10 celebrities. It's about time considering how popular his memes have become.  

CSM Nationwide

Nice To Meet You is the leading drama based on CSM Nationwide. 

TV Ratings 

CSM55 Cities 

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CSM Nationwide

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*The above are mostly primetime shows that air at 19:30 while those highlighted in blue air at 22:00. **Rankings are overall rankings across the shows airing on the same night, regardless of air time. *** Reruns are not included. **** Dramas that air on CCTV (the state television broadcaster in China) are not included. ***** CSM55Cities and CSMNationwide are common tv metrics.

Web Rankings 

Top Dramas (7-Day)  

Top Celebrities (7-Day) 
*View count is based on the six streaming sites (YoukuiQiyi, Tencent, LeTV, Sohu, Mango) ** Star popularity is based on view count, weibo, douban, tieba, search results, etc *** iQiYi and Youku no longer provide view count. 



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Source: Xunyee




1 comment:

  1. All is Well is one example of how a drama script can be written for older actors/actresses and let them shine and to renew their name recognition.

    So glad that China has not fully embraced dramas just for the younger idol set, but is giving room for the actors/actress that are "older" than what the tween/Teen sent would usually go for.

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