Both tvN’s “Little Women” and JTBC’s “The Empire” soared to new heights last night!
On October 2, “Little Women” achieved its highest viewership ratings to date as it geared up for the final two episodes of its run. With just one week left to go, the popular drama scored an average nationwide rating of 9.7 percent for its 10th episode, setting a new personal record and taking first place in its time slot across all cable channels.
Meanwhile, JTBC’s “The Empire” also reached a new all-time high in viewership last night. The new drama starring Kim Sun Ah and Ahn Jae Wook nearly doubled its ratings from the previous night as it climbed to a nationwide average of 3.4 percent for its fourth episode.
Finally, KBS 2TV’s new drama “Three Bold Siblings” rose to an average nationwide rating of 19.6 percent for its own fourth episode, successfully remaining the most-watched program to air on any channel on Sunday.