The Turkish drama continues to sweep through Antena 3, in a November where Telecinco finished the audience leader for the 27th consecutive month.
Telecinco was once again the most watched channel in November in Spain. According to the audience report by Barlovento Comunicación, the main channel of Mediaset España averaged a 15.8% share, and has now been the leader for 27 consecutive months.
However, Antena 3 also closed a month of many joys. With a 12.8% share, it grew one point compared to November of the previous year.
While its news programs were leaders for the 11th consecutive month (17.8%) and marked their best data in more than 11 years, several other spaces were placed as the most viewed in their slots: the daily programs Pasapalabra and El Hormiguero 3.0, the series Mujer and Amar es para siempre, the musical talent La voz and the phenomenon Mask Singer.
But also, the Turkish Woman (distributed by Calinos Entertainment) stood out as the most watched series on TV during November. The episode aired on Monday, November 30, was followed by 2,355,000 viewers and marked an 18% share. With this data, the drama set its historical audience record in Spain.
Thus, Antena 3 reduced the interannual distance compared to Telecinco by 1.9 points.
Furthermore, as a group, Atresmedia finished as prime time leader (27.3%) for the third month, equaling its best figure since March 2019.
Meanwhile, RTVE’s La 1 remained in third position with a 9.3% share, followed by La Sexta (7%) and Cuatro (5.2%).
In November, television consumption in Spain was 4:09 hours per day per person, 13 minutes more than in the same month of 2019.