[TV Ratings] Week 52, 2018

Here are the TV ratings for Week 52, December 24 – December 30 (including reruns, average numbers in %):
1 Like a Flowing River (BTV) 1.342
2 Like a Flowing River (Dragon TV) 0.959
3 The Great River (JSTV) 0.941
4 Special Force Behind the Enemy Line (ZJSTV) 0.812
5 The King of Blaze 2 (Hunan TV) 0.711
6 The Sound of the Bell at Shanghai Bund (ZJSTV) 0.696
7 The Story of Ming Lan (Hunan TV) 0.679
8 The Lady in Cubicle (ZJSTV) 0.669
9 That City, This Family (Hunan TV) 0.454
10 The Story of Xijing (Anhui TV) 0.374

Source: Calculated myself.

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[TV Ratings] Week 51, 2018

Here are the TV ratings for Week 51, December 17 – December 23 (including reruns, average numbers in %):
1 Like a Flowing River (BTV) 1.276
2 Like a Flowing River (Dragon TV) 0.885
3 The Great River (JSTV) 0.768
4 The Sound of the Bell at Shanghai Bund (ZJSTV) 0.742
5 Special Force Behind the Enemy Line (ZJSTV) 0.684
6 The King of Blaze (Hunan TV) 0.651
7 The King of Blaze 2 (Hunan TV) 0.575
8 The Way We Were (SZTV) 0.378
9 The Story of Zheng Yang Gate 2 (Dragon TV) 0.377
10 The Sound of the Bell at Shanghai Bund (Anhui TV) 0.364

Source: Calculated myself.

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[TV Ratings] Week 50, 2018

Here are the TV ratings for Week 50, December 10 – December 16 (including reruns, average numbers in %):
1 Like a Flowing River (BTV) 1.1
2 Forty Years We Walked (JSTV) 0.803
3 Like a Flowing River (Dragon TV) 0.72
4 The Great River (JSTV) 0.711
5 The King of Blaze (Hunan TV) 0.69
6 The Sound of the Bell at Shanghai Bund (ZJSTV) 0.666
7 Special Force Behind the Enemy Line (ZJSTV) 0.527
8 The Sound of the Bell at Shanghai Bund (Anhui TV) 0.385
9 The Way We Were (SZTV) 0.367
10 The Red of Persimmon (HLJTV) 0.321

Source: Calculated myself.

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[Finished Airing] The Sound of the Bell at Shanghai Bund

The Sound of the Bell at Shanghai Bund tells the story of a common family living in the alleys of old Shanghai from the Cultural Revolution till the days of reform and opening. Du Xin Sheng (Yu Hao Ming) and Yu Pei Pei are classmates who have deep affection for each other. Pei Pei’s grandmother, however, is a professor at the conservatory and denounced as reactionary by the Red Guards. In order to prevent the Red Guards from taking away the precious Italian cello in Pei Pei’s home, Xin Sheng goes to his father who does maintenance work at the bell tower at the Bund and they hide the cello in there. When more and more young people from the city are being sent to the countryside, the Du family’s eldest daughter Xin Fang is determined to follow as well. But when the unmarried Xin Fang gets pregnant in the countryside, the Du family is being confronted with a huge challenge.

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