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WWE Raw ratings: Viewership down four percent from last week


Raw dropped four percent from last week in total viewers to 1.84 million on average, setting another record low for a non-holiday show.

These drops are not unexpected as every wrestling show except NXT, boosted of late by strong lead-ins, is dropping during this pandemic period with shows not being held in arenas.

The first-to-third hour drop of 11 percent is better than usual, so they are doing a better job of keeping viewers who do tune in. The drop was nine percent in women 18-49 and ten percent in men 18-49, while teenage boys and teenage girls increased as the show went on.

Raw placed first in the 18-49 demo at 0.56, a number identical to last week. Raw was 27th overall, but finished behind only 90 Day Fiance on TLC (1.85 million viewers) among non-news shows.

Raw was 22 percent down from last year overall and 37 percent down from last year in the 18-49 demo, but huge drops from last year at this point are unavoidable.

The three hours were:

  • 8 p.m. 1.94 million viewers
  • 9 p.m. 1.87 million viewers
  • 10 p.m. 1.72 million viewers