The second week of WWE's programming block on A&E ranked 10th and 11th on cable on Sunday.
A&E's Roddy Piper Biography averaged 880,000 viewers on Sunday night, down from the 1.062 million viewers that the previous week's Steve Austin Biography averaged. The rating in the 18-49 demo was a 0.27. That's down from the 0.38 rating that the Austin Biography drew.
The Piper Biography ranked 10th for the day on cable on Sunday. The Austin Biography had ranked sixth for the day on cable.
WWE president and chief revenue officer Nick Khan said on last week's WWE financial call that the Austin documentary was A&E's highest-rated Biography in 16 years.
WWE's Most Wanted Treasures, which aired its second episode after the Piper Biography, averaged 769,000 viewers. That's up slightly from the 766,000 viewers that the show's premiere averaged the previous week. The rating in the 18-49 demo was a 0.27, down slightly from the premiere's 0.29 rating. That tied the Piper Biography and ranked 11th for the day in 18-49.
The premiere of WWE's Most Wanted Treasures also ranked 11th for the day the previous Sunday. The premiere episode was focused on Mick Foley, while the second episode was focused on The Undertaker and Kane.
Week three of WWE's programming partnership with A&E will air this coming Sunday. A Biography documentary on Randy Savage will premiere at 8 p.m. Eastern time, followed by episode three of WWE's Most Wanted Treasures airing at 10:01 p.m. Eastern. The Most Wanted Treasures episode will be focused on Jerry Lawler.