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AEW Rampage draws lowest ratings in show history

The viewership total was also the lowest Rampage has ever done in its normal time slot.

Friday night's AEW Rampage averaged 361,000 viewers on TNT, down 12.2 percent from the previous week's Black Friday episode. It's the lowest audience in the history of the show when Rampage has aired in its regular time slot and is the fourth-lowest overall, trailing three afternoon airings.

In the 18-49 demo, Rampage finished 60th on the cable charts with a 0.08 rating. That's down 27.3 percent from Black Friday afternoon and is the lowest rating in the history of the show in any time slot.

In addition to the usual NBA on ESPN competition the show faces every Friday night, Rampage also went head-to-head with college football's Pac-12 Championship game on Fox, which averaged 6.234 million viewers and drew a 1.57 rating in 18-49. Both numbers topped all of television.

Because Rampage finished outside the top 50, detailed demo ratings are not available.

As compared to the same week in 2021, Rampage was down 27.7 percent in overall viewers and down 55.6 percent in 18-49 (from what was the second-lowest 18-49 demo rating in the history of the show at that time).

Listed below are the last 11 weeks of overall viewership and 18-49 demo ratings for Rampage, as well as the 10-week averages in both categories. This week's show was down 20.1 percent in overall viewers and down 42.9 percent in 18-49 as compared to the recent averages.

Rampage ratings