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WWE NXT ratings up for week two on Tuesday nights

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Last night's NXT averaged 841,000 viewers on the USA Network, up 4.5 percent from last week's Tuesday debut.

In the 18-49 demo, NXT drew a 0.23 rating, also up 4.5 percent from last week. The show finished 27th in 18-49 on the cable charts last night. That's far lower than last week due to news coverage of the Derek Chauvin verdict taking up much of the cable charts, but it's a good sign for NXT that it was up despite the significant competition.

The other demo categories were remarkably similar to last week. All were either the same or slightly up:

  • Women 18-49: 0.19 (same as last week)
  • Men 18-49: 0.27 (up 3.9 percent)
  • People 18-34: 0.10 (same as last week)
  • Females 12-34: 0.09 (up 12.5 percent)
  • Males 12-34: 0.15 (up 7.1 percent)
  • People 25-54: 0.27 (same as last week)
  • People over 50: 0.41 (up 2.5 percent)

Year-over-year, NXT was up 26.5 percent in overall audience and up 27.8 percent in 18-49. Of course, that comparison is to when NXT was going head-to-head with AEW Dynamite.

In the other categories, NXT was up 26.7 percent year-over-year with women 18-49, up 22.7 percent with men 18-49, even with people 18-34, down 18.2 percent with females 12-34, up 150 percent with males 12-34, up 28.6 percent with people 25-54, and up 20.6 percent with people over 50.

Here's a look at the last 11 weeks of viewership and key demos for NXT, along with the 10-week averages prior to this week (NXT didn't crack the cable top 50 on February 10, so not all categories are available for that episode):