Viewership ratings set a personal record for Mouse while Park Shin Hye's Sisyphus: The Myth hits another low
Average viewership ratings of tvN's "Mouse" are looking up while "Sisyphus: The Myth" notes another drop in ratings.
Lee Seung Gi's "Mouse" is becoming a viewers' favourite. The series premiered with an average rating of 4.9 percent which dropped to 4 percent in the second episode but has risen to 6 percent for its latest episode, broadcasted on March 10. Episode 3 was another thrilling episode but was accompanied by situations that introduce and strengthen the bonds between characters. A new murder hits very close to home for Lee Seung Gi's character, Jeong Ba Reum, and is bound to create some very exciting mystery-solving sequences. Dr. Daniel Lee will be missed but we do get an idea about who all are associated with the psychopath and how. For now, we are busy fretting over Jeong Ba Reum getting hit by a car.
Whereas, while "Sisyphus: The Myth" started off on a high note but according to Nielsen Korea, there has been a significant drop in the average nationwide viewership ratings. The latest episode recorded an average rating of 4.6 percent. This is lower than the lowest rating of the series recorded so far. The episode brings a new perspective based on the events from the previous week. Our leads try to form an alliance with the unofficial embassy of Mr. Park which turns to an action sequence when The Control Bureau barges in. We get an insight into the situation of Chairman Kim and how powerful Sigma, whoever or whatever that might be, is.
Meanwhile, average ratings of "Hello, Me!" have recorded an increase from 3.1 percent to 3.9 percent in the latest episode.
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