MBC’s “Tomorrow” has come to an end, and its ending has earned the drama a rise in ratings.
According to Nielsen Korea, “Tomorrow” episode 16 enjoyed a slight rise in ratings scoring an average of 2.8%. Despite the slight rise, the drama’s ratings have dwindled and never truly recovered to the highs it recorded when it first premiered.
SBS’s “Again My Life,” which had previously recorded its highest rating to date with its Friday episode, saw a slight decline in ratings to an average of 9.9% nationwide. The drama remains the most-watched drama of Saturday among the key demographic of viewers ages 20 to 49,
tvN’s “Our Blues” scored an average nationwide rating of 10% defending its position as the number one in ratings in its timeslot.
Meanwhile, JTBC’s “My Liberation Notes” remained steady with 4.8%, a slight decline from the new highs of last week.
MBC’s “From Now On, Showtime!” ratings continue to dip with 2.8% for its most recent episode.
Source: Nielsen Korea
My personal thoughts- written by Jass K.
I am currently watching almost all the dramas mentioned in the article. My favorite is “My Liberation Notes.” Last night’s episode was heartbreaking. I can’t believe we’ll be saying goodbye to this drama next week.
“Our Blues” still interests me. As I said in my review, I think the drama’s ratings will go up or down depending on what characters they focus on. Considering today’s episode focus, I think we’ll see a slight rise.
SBS’s “Again My Life” has been fun albeit a bit drawn out. I still think its such an enjoyable drama with great performances. “From Now On, Showtime!” is okay, it takes a very similar approach to other fantasy dramas revolving around ghosts with unfinished business who turn evil because of love or friendship, so its very standard if you look at it from that perspective.