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AEW Rampage draws lowest ratings in normal time slot in show history

The show was up from the previous week's late-night episode but down from Rampage's normal numbers.

AEW Rampage on Friday averaged 425,000 viewers on TNT, up 6.8 percent from the previous week's late-night episode that aired outside of Rampage's normal time slot. The viewership number is down 19.2 percent from two weeks ago and is the lowest audience total the show has ever had in its regular time slot.

Rampage finished 32nd on cable with a 0.14 rating, up 7.7 percent from the previous week. The rating is down 36.4 percent from two weeks ago and is also the lowest rating in the key demo the show has done to date.

Rampage faced heavy competition from the NCAA men's basketball tournament on both CBS and TBS. The late TBS game averaged 2.55 million viewers and topped all of cable with a 0.71 rating in 18-49. The network game on CBS averaged 8.8 million viewers and drew a 2.37 rating in the demo.

As compared to the 10-week averages, as shown in the chart below, this week's Rampage was down 18.6 percent in viewers and down 30 percent in 18-49.

Rampage ratings