MBC 'Tomorrow' Ends On Ratings Rise While 'Again My Life' And 'Our Blues' Maintain No. 1

MBC 'Tomorrow' Ends On Ratings Rise While 'Again My Life' And 'Our Blues' Maintain No. 1
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MBC’s “Tomorrow” has come to an end!

On May 21, the fantasy drama starring SF9’s Rowoon and Kim Hee Sun enjoyed a slight rise in viewership for its series finale. According to Nielsen Korea, the final episode of “Tomorrow” scored an average nationwide rating of 2.8 percent.

SF9's Rowoon Comforts A Shocked And Despairing Kim Hee Sun In “Tomorrow” |  Soompi

Meanwhile, SBS’s “Again My Life,” which airs in the same time slot, earned an average nationwide rating of 9.9 percent for the night. The fantasy revenge drama starring Lee Joon Gi also remained the most-watched drama of Saturday among the key demographic of viewers ages 20 to 49, with whom it scored an average rating of 4.4 percent.

Again My Life | Soompi

tvN’s “” defended its position at first place in its time slot with an average nationwide rating of 10.0 percent, while JTBC’s “My Liberation Notes” held relatively steady with a nationwide average of 4.8 percent.

Our Blues | Soompi

After reaching a new all-time high with its previous episode last week, MBC’s “From Now On, Showtime!” dipped to an average nationwide rating of 2.8 percent, and SBS’s “Sh**ting Stars” trailed with an average rating of 1.3 percent.

Finally, KBS 2TV’s “It’s Beautiful Now” continued its reign as the most-watched overall program of Saturday with an average nationwide rating of 20.9 percent.

Source: Soompi