Still on top, Star Plus, the flagship Hindi GEC from the STAR stable, has scored 289 GRPs for the week, down from the 292 GRPs that the channel had scored in the previous week. The channel's relative share has however moved up from 22.2 per cent in Week 38, to 22.8 per cent for the week ended September 24, 2011, TAM, C&S4+, HSM.
At No. 3, Colors too, has lost in GRPs while its relative share remains stable at 16.7 per cent. Its GRPs have fallen from 219 GRPs to 211 GRPs in Week 39.
No. 4, Zee TV recorded GRPs of 176 GRPs (down from 184 GRPs in Week 38) and its relative share is 13.9 per cent (14 per cent in the previous week).
Sony entertainment's sibling channel, SAB TV, is at 123 GRPs (124 GRPs in Week 38), while its relative share is 9.7 per cent (9.4 per cent in the previous week).
At No. 6, Imagine TV is at 78 GRPs, up from 75 GRPs. Its relative share is also up from 5.7 per cent to 6.1 per cent.
STAR One, with 39 GRPs and a channel share of 3.1 per cent, follows it.
Sahara One is at No. 8. The channel's relative share and GRPs have moved up marginally to 2.6 per cent (2.4 per cent in the previous week), and 33 GRPs (31 GRPs in the previous week), respectively.
STAR Utsav and DD1 have garnered relative shares of 2.1 per cent and 1.4 per cent, respectively.
Saathiya Saath Nibhana (Star Plus) leads the list of the 10 most-watched programmes, clocking a TVR of 5.63, followed by Kaun Banega Crorepati (Sony) and Balika Vadhu (Colors), with TVRs of 5.6 and 4.25, respectively.
The fourth most-watched programme is Pavitra Rishta, with 4.07 TVR. Bade Achhe Lagte Hain (4.07 TVR) and C.I.D. (3.94 TVR) follow next. Uttaran, Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai, Crime Patrol and Pratigya are also a part of the Top 10 list.