Raw ratings notes



Raw dropped a little this week to 4.35 million viewers, even with Hulk Hogan and Undertaker advertised.

The key this week was the ratings pattern.  The first week after Daylight Savings Time saw the entire audience pattern change where instead of being the strongest hour, the first hour is now the weakest.

8 p.m. 4.16 million

9 p.m. 4.68 million

10 p.m. 4.27 million

The second hour featured the Undertaker/Paul Heyman segment and the beginning of the Daniel Bryan segment. 

The rating should fall between a 3.1 and 3.3.

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