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A total of 486,117 viewers tuned in on Saturday night to watch the second heat of A Dal 2017, viewing figures remain down on 2016.

Viewing figures remained stable for A Dal 2017 as the show progressed into the second heat on Saturday night. A total of 486,117 viewers watched the show, holding a market share of 10.7% of the audience. The show was the most watched program broadcast on Duna during the past week, however the viewing figures are lagging behind the 2016 season.


Viewing figures for the equivalent show in previous years:

  • 2017 – 486,117 viewers – 10.7% share – 19th most watched show of the week
  • 2016 – 609,049 viewers – 13.9% share – 15th most watched show of the week
  • 2015 – 599,577 viewers – 13.6% share – 15th most watched show of the week
  • 2014 – 805,730 viewers – 16.8% share – 9th most watched show of the week
  • 2013 – 873,027 viewers – 18.9% share – 18th most watched show of the week

The artists that qualified from the second heat of A Dal on Saturday night were as follows:

  1. “Fall Like Rain” – Gina Kanizsa (Jury vote 37, public vote 5, 42 combined)
  2. “17” – Kállay Saunders Band (Jury vote 35, public vote 7, 42 combined)
  3. “Kill Your Monster” – Peet Project (Jury vote 34, public vote 6, 40 combined)
  4. “Dust In the Wind” – Chase (Jury vote 33, public vote 6, 39 combined)
  5. “Frozen King” – Mrs. Columbo (Jury vote 32, public vote 6, 38 combined)
  6. “Together” – Ádám Szabó (Jury vote 30, public vote 8, 38 combined) [televote qualifier]

Knocked out of A Dal were:

  • “It’s a Riot” – Peter Kovary & The Royal Rebels (Jury vote 30, public vote 6, 36 combined)
  • “On My Own” – Zoltán Mujahid (Jury vote 29, public vote 7, 36 combined)
  • “Jártam” – AnnaElza feat. Juli Kása (Jury vote 29, public vote 5, 34 combined)
  • “I’ve Got a Fire” – Andi Tóth (Jury vote 28, public vote 6, 34 combined)

A Dal 2017 continues this Saturday with the third heat of the competition.

Source: Origo

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Hungary debuted in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1994, they were represented by Friderika Bayer and the song “Kinek mondjam el vetkeimet”. She went on to finish in 4th place scoring a total of 122 points and four sets of 12 points. This result remains’ Hungary’s best in their history in the contest. Hungary participated from 1994 to 1994 before withdrawing until 2005, the country didn’t return again until 2008. Hungary then once again withdrew in 2010 before returning in 2011. Since their return in 2011 Hungary has qualified for the final every year.
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