Narendra Modi created history here, Man Vs Wild broke all TRP records!

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also created history in the world of TV TRPs. His Man Vs Wild special episode with Bayer Grylls set a new TRP record.

The Prime Minister shot the episode with Bear Grylls and aired on the Discovery Channel. According to IANS news, the episode was a historic success. The PM special episode received 3.69 million impressions, leading to Discovery overtaking Star Plus, which received 3.67 million impressions. This particular episode aired on all 12 channels of Discovery Network. No program had ever seen such an upsurge in the infotainment genre.

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In the case of Reich too, Man vs Wild set a new record. It received 6.9 million tune-ins on the Discovery Channel, that is, the program was seen on so many TV sets. In this slot, it was four times the average of the previous four weeks. In that particular slot, Discovery Channel took the third spot after Star Plus (3.67 million impressions) and Zee (3.3 million impressions) with 3.05 million impressions. 

The show, which aired on August 12, was aired in 179 countries across the world. Encouraged by the success of the show, Discovery India Channel Management decided to donate for the protection of tigers, so as to carry forward the Prime Minister’s message.

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This special episode of Prime Minister with Bear Grylls was shot in Jim Corbett National Park. Brill Grylls shared with the Prime Minister the tips to survive in jungle and inaccessible conditions. PM Modi also shared stories of his childhood during this period. Through this episode, PM gave the message of environmental protection. 

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