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Comedy Central records highest ever rating

The channel claims #1 position at the English GEC channel rankings

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MUMBAI: Comedy Central India has recorded its highest ever rating in India (4 MN Tvts), nearly double its previous best, breaking all records and owning the #1 position in the English GEC category.

The specially curated property “Quaran-binge” will air a marathon line up of all your favorite shows, such as Two and Half Men, Mom, Superstore, Mike & Molly and Impractical Jokers, all the way till 14 April. So grab that tub of popcorn and own that couch while you quaran-binge your favorite shows with no interruption.

Continuing to set your spirits high as all your favourite characters continue to ‘be there for you’ with or without the lockdown, spicing up your weekly primetime, the channel will air 2 back-to-back episodes of Friends, Mom, Young Sheldon and Mike & Molly, Monday to Friday at 7pm, 15 April onwards.

Comedy Central India will air the ‘Watch with the World’ line up every Sunday, 7pm onwards, starting on 19 of  April.  Don’t forget to catch all the latest episodes of ‘Young Sheldon’, ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’, ‘Mom’, ‘Superstore’ and ‘Bob Hearts Abishola’.

In the Graham Norton show’, the famous Red chair game and LIVE music, the iconic Irish comedian will host his spectacular evening, that will air on the same day as the international telecast!

Hashim D’souza – Head of Programming, English Entertainment, Viacom18, says: "Recording its highest ever rating and claiming a stupendous market share of 77%, Viacom18's English Cluster has positioned itself as the viewers primary destination to curb away boredom this quarantine. The channels continue to be at full throttle airing the most enjoyed shows around the globe for the Indian audience. Continuing this stride, Comedy Central India is gearing up to bring more of such shows that promise high acclaim. With the current situation of quarantine, we wanted to ensure uninterrupted entertainment for our audience with multiple marathons with ‘Quaran-binge’. With a broad array of shows that both inspire and entertain, there is something for everyone to watch.”

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