Uzalo’s viewership success!t is without any doubt that SABC1’s Uzalo is the most-watched local soapie in South Africa beating others in both pay and free access television. This has been a thread for 3 consecutive months for
Millions and millions of South Africans are consuming television content big time during the lockdown.
“🍂✨As we wait for April Results, we Celebrate our *MARCH 2020* Viewership Record sitting at 10.2 Million! 👏🏿🔥 We Thank you Mzansi,” wrote Uzalo on their official Instagram page on Tuesday.
Uzalo increased its viewership from 9,318,897 million in February to 10,295,063 in March 2020.
If you check television trends you’ll notice that Uzalo’s viewership is growing as they managed to hit 9,308,207 million in January 2020.
Uzalo is followed by Generations: The Legacy with a huge gap standing at least at 8,217,345 viewers for the March 2020 period.
SABC’s Skeem Saam is standing behind Generations: The Legacy with 7,257,988 million viewers for the reported period.
The SABC chain of great viewership numbers is disturbed by e.tv‘s Scandal with 5,170,945, connecting back with Muvhango standing at 5,045,128 million television audience.
E.tv’s Imbewu is doing fairly well just above 4-million, followed by Rhythm City with more than 3-million viewers.
The Queen on Mzansi is standing at 2,287,130 million in terms of viewership. The same soapie that was recently in the news for allegedly booting Dineo Langa (Kea) for asking time off.
7de Laan is standing at 2,033,825 million in terms of its viewership for the said period.
Lithapo, Gomora, The River, and Isibaya are all grouped just above 1-million in terms of their viewership numbers for March 2020.
Congratulations to Uzalo for leading the way with story-lines that are clearly loved by millions of South Africans.