JioCinema Rating Drops After Puneet Superstar's Eviction
Superstar was a popular contestant on Bigg Boss OTT 2 and his eviction came as a surprise to many viewers.
The recent eviction of Puneet Superstar from the reality TV show Bigg Boss OTT 2 has had a negative impact on the rating of JioCinema, the streaming platform that airs the show. According to a report by Business Upturn, JioCinema's rating has fallen by nearly 20% since Superstar's eviction.
Superstar was a popular contestant on Bigg Boss OTT 2 and his eviction came as a surprise to many viewers. His fans were disappointed and many of them took to social media to express their displeasure. This negative sentiment appears to have had a spillover effect on JioCinema, which is the official streaming partner of the show.
The report by Business Upturn also found that JioCinema's rating has been declining for some time now. However, the decline accelerated after Superstar's eviction. This suggests that Superstar's popularity was a major factor in driving viewership to JioCinema.
The decline in JioCinema's rating is a setback for the streaming platform. It is also a reminder of the importance of having popular content in order to attract viewers. In the case of JioCinema, Superstar was a major draw for viewers. His eviction has led to a decline in viewership, which has in turn hurt the platform's rating.
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It remains to be seen whether JioCinema will be able to recover from this setback. The platform has a number of other popular shows, such as Bigg Boss 16 and The Kapil Sharma Show. However, it is unclear whether these shows will be enough to offset the decline in viewership caused by Superstar's eviction.
The recent events highlight the importance of having popular content in order to succeed in the streaming market. JioCinema is a major player in this market, but it is clear that it cannot afford to lose popular contestants from its reality TV shows. If it does, it could face further declines in viewership and rating.