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WWE on A&E ratings down for season finale

Biography: WWE Legends and WWE Rivals both drew series lows on Sunday night.

Sunday night's Biography: WWE Legends documentary averaged 385,000 viewers on A&E, down 13.3 percent from last week. That's the lowest audience an episode of the series has drawn to date.

The episode, which was focused on WrestleMania I, was the season two finale of Biography: WWE Legends.

In the 18-49 demo, Biography finished 52nd on the cable charts with a 0.07 rating. It's down 41.7 percent from last week and is the first time the show has finished outside the top 50 for the night. It's also the lowest rating in the history of the series.

There was heavy competition on the night, including Sunday Night Baseball, US Open Tennis, and HBO's House of the Dragon. Biography also went against AEW's All Out pay-per-view.

WWE Rivals, which follows Biography and was focused on the feud between Stephanie McMahon and Brie Bella, also set series lows. The episode averaged 251,000 viewers and drew a 0.05 rating in 18-49. That's down 20.6 percent and 44.4 percent respectively from last week. Rivals was 70th on the cable charts in 18-49.

WWE Smack Talk, airing at 11 p.m. Eastern following Rivals, averaged 163,000 viewers and drew a 0.04 rating in 18-49 to finish 80th on the cable charts. That's down 8.9 percent in viewers but even in 18-49 as compared to last week.

Listed below are the viewership totals and 18-49 demo ratings for all episodes of A&E Biography: WWE Legends and WWE Rivals to date.