“Salahuddin Ayyubi” made a powerful debut with its first episode, captivating a substantial portion of the viewership. In the overall viewership category, the show garnered an impressive 7.12% rating, accompanied by a notable 20.1% audience share.
Zooming in on the 20+ABC1 demographic, “Salahuddin Ayyubi” continued to shine, securing a commendable 7.29% rating and a substantial 19.50% audience share. This performance solidified its appeal among a more discerning and upscale audience.
Moreover, in the AB category, the series not only held its ground but emerged as the top-watched show, boasting a remarkable 7.36% rating and an 18.12% audience share. This signifies not only widespread popularity but also a strong resonance with a key demographic, further establishing “Salahuddin Ayyubi” as a standout in the television landscape.
“Salahuddin Ayyubi” Episode 1 Ratings
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“Salahuddin Ayyubi” Episode 1 Views Per Million
Selahaddin Ayyubi, Conqueror of Jerusalem : Turkey (EU group) viewers per episode (million)
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Rating Analysis for “Salahuddin Ayyubi” Episode 1
|Engaging Plot||Some Characters’ Storylines may feel rushed or underdeveloped but its first episode|
|Strong Character Development||Pacing Issues in Certain Scenes|
|Impressive Action Sequences||Predictable Plot Twists for Experienced Viewers same creator|
|High Viewer Ratings and Shares||Can’t Say Anything Now|
|Effective Use of Social Media|
|Outstanding Performances by Cast|
Salahuddin Ayyubi Episode 1: Plot
In the 12th century, when the Crusader invasions ravaged the Islamic World, the unity and order among Muslims was disrupted, and many Islamic lands, especially the holy city of Jerusalem, fell into the hands of the Crusaders. Saladin was raised with the understanding of “Justice for the world, freedom for Jerusalem” and was the head of the Serhad Ghazis under the protection of the Zengi State, who fought with the Crusaders for this cause.
The Knights Templar besiege the city of Ascalan, the lock of Jerusalem. If Asqalan falls, Jerusalem will be strengthened and Zengi’s lands will also be in danger. Saladin wants to help the Ascalans to prevent this. But there is a big problem: Asqalani are enemies of the Zengis. For this reason, Saladin was not given permission by the state council.
However, Saladin goes to help the people of Ascalan despite the council’s decision. Difficult obstacles now await Saladin. In the middle of this difficult war, a spark of love ignites between him and Süreyya, the daughter of the Emir of Askalan. But even though they are united in this war, they are both on the enemy side