Blood grabbed the crown for the 3rd time in last week's Top 10 Most Watched Dramas. Will it hold this week, or will one of the hot multiple-personality favorites, Kill Me, Heal Me or Hyde, Jekyll, and I take over? Let's find out what the new list is, and whether your favorite shows are on the list.

Congratulations to Blood for securing its top perch with its ever-increasing suspense and thrilling atmosphere. Romance is also in the air. The action scene where Ahn Jae Hyun tackled Ji Jin Hee was really exciting. Follow the recaps HERE, and especially check out how our favorite robot Luvvy behaves when he (or "it") meets a girl. 

Happy endings for our guys with multiple personas, Ji Sung and Hyun Bin. I was pretty sure about Kill Me, Heal Me, but wasn't quite so sure with Hyde, Jekyll, and I because the story was becoming more intense with the competition between Robin and Seo Jin, the two individuals co-existing in the same hot body. The teary scenes with Ha Na (Han Ji Min) were truly touching.

Did you know how Cha Do Hyun's 6 alter egos got their names in Kill Me, Heal Me? Find out HERE. And, if you are experiencing withdrawal symptoms because the show is over, you can always refresh your memories of the special kiss scenes HERE and HERE, while listening to Ji Sung sing a lovely song to your ears. Or you can just watching it again!

I still don't get why Unkind Women isn't in the Top 10. It actually beat out the #1 Kill Me, Heal Me in South Korea. I don't mean that we have to agree with the Korean audience. I've been watching this show, and it's really intriguing and fun. When I wrote about the cast's surprising connections a la the Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon, I had no idea that there are even more amazing connections among the drama's characters. It's so fun that the viewers are a step ahead, as we get to see the consternation when the characters realize the truth.

We also saw Mischievous Kiss 2 conclude. Make sure you watch all the way to the end of episode 16 for some surprising scenes during the credits.

In other news:

Sensory Couple, starring Park Yoo Chun and Shin Se Kyung, starts on Wednesday, April 1. I can't wait to see Park Yoo Chun in this unique thriller. Park has turned into an awesome leading man. I've watched every one of his dramas except Sungkyunkwan Scandal, which I really hope to watch sometime.

Shin Se Kyung was just in T.O.P's Tazza 2: The Hidden Card. By the way, did you notice Honey Lee of Shine or Go Crazy too, unless you were too focused on Top's bare top.

Murphy's Law of Love, starring Danson Tang and Li Ying Jia, is getting high ratings in Taiwan for its eclectic romance comedy.

A new movie, My Way, starring Jang Dong Gun (Gentlemen's Dignity) and Joe Odagiri, starts this weekend. It's about friendship in tumultuous times.

Here are last week's Weekly Top 10 shows in order of most popular:

1. Blood (exclusive)

2. Hyde, Jekyll, and I

3. Running Man

4. Heirs (exclusive)

5. Dream Knight

6. Roommate (exclusive)

7. Shine or Go Crazy

8. Kill Me, Heal Me

9. Fool's Love (exclusive)

10. Maids (exclusive)

Last week's Top 10: DramaFever Weekly Top 10 for March 16 to March 22, 2015

Are you surprised by this week's list? Which shows are you watching?

I'd love to hear from you.

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