Friday night's special two-hour episode of Rampage, the second part of AEW's annual Grand Slam event, averaged 522,000 viewers on TNT. The rating in the 18-49 demo was a 0.17.
The first hour, which aired in Rampage's usual time slot, finished fourth on cable with a 0.18 rating in 18-49, up 28.6 percent from the previous week. It was Rampage's best rating in that time slot since April 22.
The first hour averaged 558,000 viewers, which would be the highest-viewed hour of Rampage since April 1. It was up 18.7 percent from the previous week.
Hour two finished eighth on cable with a 0.16 rating in 18-49. The whole show would have finished sixth on cable if the two hours were averaged together.
The second hour averaged 486,000 viewers, which -- on its own -- would've been the highest-viewed hour of Rampage since April 22. The two-hour average of 522,000 viewers was the highest total for Rampage since April 8.
As compared with last year's Grand Slam special, hour one was down 23.3 percent in overall viewers and down 43.8 percent in 18-49. Hour two was down 12 percent in viewers and down 36 percent in 18-49.
Listed below are the last 11 weeks of overall viewership and 18-49 demo numbers for the 10-11 p.m. hour of Rampage, as well as the 10-week averages in all categories. This week's first hour was up 23.7 percent in viewers and up 28.6 percent in 18-49 as compared to the recent averages.