“Black Knight” Continues in First in Korean Drama Ratings

I'm Not a Robot Korean Drama - Yoo Seung HoBlack Knight Korean Drama - Kim Rae Won and Shin Se Kyung Nothing to Lose Korean Drama - Yeon Woo Jin and Park Eun Bin

Black Knight continues to lead in Nielsen drama ratings during the Wednesday-Thursday time slot this week. It landed just below 10% for both of its episodes:
Ep. 11 – 9.8%
Ep. 12 – 9.9%

Nothing to Lose saw overall increases this week including hitting 8% for its finale episode.
Ep. 29 – 6.5%
Ep. 30 – 7.6%
Ep. 31 – 7.1%
Ep. 32 – 8.0%

I’m Not a Robot holds steady in last bringing in similar numbers to what it has been.
Ep. 21 – 3.0%
Ep. 22 – 4.0%
Ep. 23 – 2.9%
Ep. 24 – 3.9%

Next week brings us the premiere of the legal mystery drama Return starring Go Hyun Jung and Lee Jin Wook.

Black Knight airs Wednesday and Thursday on KBS.

Nothing to Lose airs Wednesday and Thursday on SBS.

I’m Not a Robot airs Wednesday and Thursday on MBC.

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4 Responses to “Black Knight” Continues in First in Korean Drama Ratings

  1. fankdramas says:

    Actually that day is also Smart Living Prison and now go first since it had 10.1 and 10.6% rating. And we must bear in mind that it is TVn that has less audience.
    I love that drama.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Kay says:

      Yes, I did a separate article on Smart Prison Living to highlight its achievement 🙂 I always just include the main network dramas against each other in these posts since the cable dramas are frequently in different time slots despite being on the same day (there is only a half overlap with SPL and the other dramas). But SPL is doing so good! Even the network dramas are having a hard time getting double digit numbers these days 🙂


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